The Unknown Waiter
In the night from Saturday to Sunday, February 16th, 2014 at one o'clock in the morning, a group of four or five #terrorists lurking in a bend of a deserted road somewhere in #Jendouba, northern #Tunisia, bordering Algeria, stopped a car in which there was four citizens.
Terrorists dressed in uniforms of #security_forces and armed with #Kalashnikov, asked the identity cards of passengers. Apparently, terrorists were looking for people who belong to Tunisian security forces. One of the passengers was a member of the Tunisian national guard, believing that terrorists were real policemen, he said: "I am your colleague".
Because they targeted security forces members, as soon as they have heard this, terrorists began #shooting at passengers, killing two of them and #wounding the other two.
A young man Muhammad Ali Lakti , was among those #killed in this terrorist ambush. He came from a #poor family and #graduated of Master of IT applied to management. Despite his university level, he was working as a #waiter in a café in Jendouba, to escape #unemployment.
He became the #first #civilian killed by terrorists in Tunisia after the #Tunisian_Revolution, that was hit by several terrorist attacks which caused the #death of two #politicians and dozens of #soldiers.
© chedly ben ibrahim