A London-based newspaper, Al Sharq al Awsat, reported the Libyan branches of ISIS, al-Qaida and the Muslim Brotherhood are in talks to unite and establish a governing council. Documents leaked to the newspaper say this “mega merger,” as it’s been dubbed, comes on the heels of an international effort to unite Libya’s various factions and warring militias under one government.

As Breitbart reported: “The paper said the Muslim Brotherhood is considering a united Islamic front even though the movement is officially in favor of forming a unity government. … Negotiations between the three Islamic groups began because of reports of a rapprochement between the internationally recognized government based in Tobruk and the unrecognized government in the capital Tripoli.” CONTINUE