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Al-Burkan (The Volcano, alt. Al-Burkan al Watani) was a Libyan dissident group opposed to the rule of Muammar Qaddafi, which was based in Rome and revealed in 1984. The group claimed responsibility for the assassination of Libya's ambassador to Italy on 21 January 1984 in Rome. Both Al-Burkan and the Shia militant group took credit for the 11 September 1984 attack on two Libyan diplomats in Madrid.

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  • Al-Burkan (The Volcano, alt. Al-Burkan al Watani) was a Libyan dissident group opposed to the rule of Muammar Qaddafi, which was based in Rome and revealed in 1984. The group claimed responsibility for the assassination of Libya's ambassador to Italy on 21 January 1984 in Rome. Both Al-Burkan and the Shia militant group took credit for the 11 September 1984 attack on two Libyan diplomats in Madrid.
  • Al-Burkan (The Volcano, alt. Al-Burkan al Watani) was a Libyan dissident group opposed to the rule of Muammar Qaddafi, which was based in Rome and revealed in 1984. The group claimed responsibility for the assassination of Libya's ambassador to Italy on 21 January 1984 in Rome. Both Al-Burkan and the Shia militant group took credit for the 11 September 1984 attack on two Libyan diplomats in Madrid. In 1999, the Dispatches program on BBC Channel 4 produced a documentary on the 1984 murder of PC Yvonne Fletcher, alleging that in addition to several assassinations, the group, which had infiltrated the Libyan Embassy in London, was responsible for the act. The documentary further implied that the group had connections with the more mainstream National Front for the Salvation of Libya, which o
  • Al-Burkan (The Volcano, alt. Al-Burkan al Watani) was a Libyan dissident group opposed to the rule of Muammar Qaddafi, which was based in Rome and revealed in 1984. The group claimed responsibility for the assassination of Libya's ambassador to Italy on 21 January 1984 in Rome. Both Al-Burkan and the Shia militant group took credit for the 11 September 1984 attack on two Libyan diplomats in Madrid. In 1996, the Dispatches program on BBC Channel 4 produced a documentary on the 1984 murder of PC Yvonne Fletcher, alleging that in addition to several assassinations, the group, which had infiltrated the Libyan Embassy in London, was responsible for the act. The documentary further implied that the group had connections with the more mainstream National Front for the Salvation of Libya, which o
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  • Al-Burkan (The Volcano, alt. Al-Burkan al Watani) was a Libyan dissident group opposed to the rule of Muammar Qaddafi, which was based in Rome and revealed in 1984. The group claimed responsibility for the assassination of Libya's ambassador to Italy on 21 January 1984 in Rome. Both Al-Burkan and the Shia militant group took credit for the 11 September 1984 attack on two Libyan diplomats in Madrid.
  • Al-Burkan (The Volcano, alt. Al-Burkan al Watani) was a Libyan dissident group opposed to the rule of Muammar Qaddafi, which was based in Rome and revealed in 1984. The group claimed responsibility for the assassination of Libya's ambassador to Italy on 21 January 1984 in Rome. Both Al-Burkan and the Shia militant group took credit for the 11 September 1984 attack on two Libyan diplomats in Madrid. In 1999, the Dispatches program on BBC Channel 4 produced a documentary on the 1984 murder of PC Yvonne Fletcher, alleging that in addition to several assassinations, the group, which had infiltrated the Libyan Embassy in London, was responsible for the act. The documentary further implied that the group had connections with the more mainstream National Front for the Salvation of Libya, which organised the demonstration leading up to the shooting and launched an attempted coup three weeks after Fletcher's murder. A major leader of Al-Burkan, Ragab Mabruk Zatout claimed to have personally met Oliver North, and to have received support from US intelligence.
  • Al-Burkan (The Volcano, alt. Al-Burkan al Watani) was a Libyan dissident group opposed to the rule of Muammar Qaddafi, which was based in Rome and revealed in 1984. The group claimed responsibility for the assassination of Libya's ambassador to Italy on 21 January 1984 in Rome. Both Al-Burkan and the Shia militant group took credit for the 11 September 1984 attack on two Libyan diplomats in Madrid. In 1996, the Dispatches program on BBC Channel 4 produced a documentary on the 1984 murder of PC Yvonne Fletcher, alleging that in addition to several assassinations, the group, which had infiltrated the Libyan Embassy in London, was responsible for the act. The documentary further implied that the group had connections with the more mainstream National Front for the Salvation of Libya, which organised the demonstration leading up to the shooting and launched an attempted coup three weeks after Fletcher's murder. A major leader of Al-Burkan, Ragab Mabruk Zatout claimed to have personally met Oliver North, and to have received support from US intelligence.
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