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If you have decided to read this book, then you probably have heard about the Benghazi attack or you at least wanted to learn something about that incident. It took place way back in 2012 when the Islamic militant attacked the diplomatic compound of America in Benghazi and killed many people including J. Christopher Stevens, who was the U.S. ambassador at that time, not to mention those who were injured as well. The said attack was then called the “Battle of Benghazi” as a second assault happened in a different compound.
Due to that incident, United States increased security especially in the military as well as in diplomatic facilities worldwide. Aside from that, they also put effort in investigating it and discovering the root cause as well as the persons behind it. Although the reports initially stated that the attack was a spontaneous one, it was later determined as a planned one based on what the suspect, named Ahmed Abu Khattala, stated.
The Benghazi attack has also been made into several movies, showing the different sides of the story and the story of different people who witnessed the said incident. Some posted the thoughts that they have in mind while some decided to stick with the news. Whatever it is, there is no doubt that the public is focusing attention on this incident once again.
Although the incident happened way back in 2012 and although some people have covered it up, it has been gaining the interest of the public again lately. In fact, some of the truths behind it are slowly showing up. In case you wanted to know more about it, then continue on reading the book.

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