Offbeat Mission Sirli: Egypt divested French military aid to bomb civilians, Paris leaves

00:05  22 november  2021
00:05  22 november  2021 Source:   liberation.fr

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The French information accomplices of at least 19 bombing against Egyptian civilians. According to the online investigative media disclose , France provides information to the Egyptian authorities that are used by Cairo to target traffickers at the Egyptian-Libyan border, not jihadists as planned. The online media relies on "Defense confidential documents" testifying to the drifts of the French intelligence mission called "Sirli", begun in February 2016 for the benefit of Egypt in the name of the counter-terrorism.

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"In principle, the mission [...] consists of scrutinizing the Western desert to detect possible terrorist threats from Libya" , using a lightweight monitoring and recognition aircraft (ALSR) rented at the Military Intelligence Directorate (DRM), Disclose writes, specialized in embarrassing revelations for French armies.

"Theoretically, the data collected should be overlapped to assess the reality of the threat and identity of the suspects. But very quickly, the team members understand that the information provided to the Egyptians are used to kill civilians suspected of contraband. A drift they will alert their hierarchy at regular intervals ", in vain, continues the media online, despite several burrs on the ground. According to the documents that discloses had access, "the French forces would have been involved in at least 19 bombings against civilians, between 2016 and 2018" .

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The mission not questioned despite

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at the end of November 2017, the DRM and The Air Force are concerned about the drifts of the operation, as evidenced by a note transmitted to the Elysee, cited by disclose: "For lack of means of surveillance, the identification of the pickup can not be carried out without any other appreciation that the initial flyover of which they were subject. Also, the identification of certain vehicles and the resulting banks could be submitted to deposit ".

Another note dated January 22, 2019, for the attention of the Minister of Armies Florence Parly, before an official visit to Egypt with Emmanuel Macron, signals "proven cases of destruction of objectives detected by the aircraft" French and estimates "important to remind the partner that ALSR is not a targeting tool" .

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However, the mission will not be called into question and no agreement will be signed ensures disclose. "The French army is always deployed in the Egyptian desert," states the media. Solicited by disclose, neither the Elysee nor the Ministry of Armies nor the DRM and the staff wanted to comment at this stage.

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Despite the desired will of Paris to refocus its exports of armaments to Europe, Egypt is one of the main recipients of French military equipment. These sales have increased considerably with the arrival of Abdel Fattah Al-Sissi in 2014, including between 2014 and 2016 in favor of the sale of Rafale , a frigate, four corvettes and two doors -Hlicopters Mistral.

In December 2020, President Sissi had been received by Emmanuel Macron, who even gave him the Grand Cross of the Legion of Honor , the highest honorary distinction. This decision, in a country accused by NGOs to violate human rights and to use armaments against civilians, had attracted outraged reactions on social networks, while Egypt is a key country of many issues in the region. .

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