The commander of Dignity Operations room, Ali Al-Thomn, was killed in Seidy Faraj axis in the out strikes of Benghazi, Wednesday, following mine explosion in the area.
The official spokesperson for the operations room, Nasser Al-Hassy said that Al-Thomn was fighting among front lines with soldiers affiliated to interim Libyan government. Al-Hassy provided condolences to Al-Thomn family, his colleagues and companions in the Libyan armed forces.
His body was transferred to Al-Marj hospital, where he will be buried in a cemetery in Al-Marj, the birthplace of The commander of operations room.
Commandos special forces, affiliated to the interim government, announced the names of three dead soldiers killed during clashes against armed groups in the city of Benghazi during last November.
Commandos said in a statement that 27 of its forces died during last month, 36 were wounded in clashes at Al-Laithy, Buhdema, Boatni, Almhishhish, and Seidy Faraj axis.
The Special forces mourned, Wednesday, officers and soldieries, expressed its deep condolences for families of the dead.