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Mahmoud Jibril is ...

Born 28 May 1952 in Al Bayda
Died 5 Apr 2020 in Cairo
Age67 years, 10 months
Cause2019-nCoV acute respiratory disease
Mahmoud Jibril
Mahmoud Jibril
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About Mahmoud Jibril

Mahmoud Jibril el-Warfally (Arabic: محمود جبريل الورفلي‎), also transcribed Jabril or Jebril or Gebril (28 May 1952 – 5 April 2020), was a Libyan politician who served as the interim Prime Minister of Libya for seven and a half months during the Libyan Civil War, chairing the executive board of the National Transitional Council (NTC) from 5 March to 23 October 2011. He also served as the Head of International Affairs. As of July 2012, Jibril was the head of one of the largest political parties in Libya, the National Forces Alliance.Toward the end of the conflict, Jibril was increasingly referred to by foreign governments and in media as the interim prime minister of Libya. Jibril's government was recognized as the "sole legitimate representative" of Libya by the majority of UN states including France, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States, Iran, and Qatar.


Jibril suffered from cardiac arrest and was admitted to the Ganzouri Specialized Hospital in Cairo, Egypt, on 21 March 2020. Three days later, he tested positive for COVID-19. Jibril died on 5 April 2020 at the age of 67.