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Studi da ingegnere e Moschea, il profilo del killer che ha fatto fuoco in spiaggia

La ricompensa per Seiffedine Rezgui sarebbero i soldi donati alla famiglia dopo la missione che ha portato alla sua uccisione

attentato sousse, Sicilia, L'Isis, lo scettro del Califfo
Seiffedine Rezgui

KAIROUAN. Si chiamava Seiffedine Rezgui, il killer che venerdì ha fatto fuoco sulla spiaggia di Sousse sugli ospiti di alcuni resort, uccidendo 37 persone, quasi tutti turisti.

Nel suo passato gli studi universitari in ingegneria informatica, il 23enne avrebbe unito le lezioni dell’imam Malik, a Tunisi, nell’istituto di scienze forensi «palestra» dei salafiti richiamati alla perfetta conoscenza della religione e alla militanza. Le preghiere e l’azione.

La ricompensa per Rezgui sarebbero i soldi donati alla famiglia dopo la missione che ha portato alla sua uccisione. Una famiglia originaria della zona settentrionale della Tunisia dove descrivono Seiffedine come un «un timido introverso che soffriva la vita».

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epa04820185 A woman looks toward a glass door shattered by a bullet at Imperial Marhaba Hotel in the resort town of al-Sousse, a popular tourist destination 140 km south of Tunis,Tunisia, June 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 28, including Germans, Brits and Belgians and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested. EPA/MOHAMED MESSARA

epa04820185 A woman looks toward a glass door shattered by a bullet at Imperial Marhaba Hotel in the resort town of al-Sousse, a popular tourist destination 140 km south of Tunis,Tunisia, June 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 28, including Germans, Brits and Belgians and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested.  EPA/MOHAMED MESSARA

epa04820184 Tourists comfort one another at the Imperial Marhaba Hotel in the resort town of al-Sousse, a popular tourist destination 140 km south of Tunis,Tunisia, June 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 28, including Germans, Brits and Belgians and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested. EPA/MOHAMED MESSARA

epa04820184 Tourists comfort one another at the Imperial Marhaba Hotel in the resort town of al-Sousse, a popular tourist destination 140 km south of Tunis,Tunisia, June 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 28, including Germans, Brits and Belgians and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested.  EPA/MOHAMED MESSARA

epa04820161 An undated handout released by German travel and tourism group TUI of a view over the RIU Hotel Imperial Marhaba in the small harbour town of Port El Kantaoui, in the north of Sousse, Algeria. Tunisia’s deadliest terrorist attack in more than a decade killed at least 28 people on 26 June 2015 as gunmen opened fire on a beach crowded with foreign tourists in the resort city of Sousse. At least 36 people were wounded. EPA/TUI / HANDOUT ATTENTION EDITORS: FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY IN CONNECTION WITH CURRENT REPORTING/ MANDATORY CREDIT: “TUI/dpa“ HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES

epa04820161 An undated handout released by German travel and tourism group TUI of a view over the RIU Hotel Imperial Marhaba in the small harbour town of Port El Kantaoui, in the north of Sousse, Algeria.  Tunisia’s deadliest terrorist attack in more than a decade killed at least 28 people on 26 June 2015 as gunmen opened fire on a beach crowded with foreign tourists in the resort city of Sousse. At least 36 people were wounded.  EPA/TUI / HANDOUT ATTENTION EDITORS: FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY IN CONNECTION WITH CURRENT REPORTING/ MANDATORY CREDIT: “TUI/dpa“ HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES

epa04820162 An undated handout released by German travel and tourism group TUI of a view over the RIU Hotel Imperial Marhaba in the small harbour town of Port El Kantaoui, in the north of Sousse, Algeria. Tunisia’s deadliest terrorist attack in more than a decade killed at least 28 people on 26 June 2015 as gunmen opened fire on a beach crowded with foreign tourists in the resort city of Sousse. At least 36 people were wounded. EPA/TUI / HANDOUT ATTENTION EDITORS: FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY IN CONNECTION WITH CURRENT REPORTING/ MANDATORY CREDIT: “TUI/dpa“ HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES

epa04820162 An undated handout released by German travel and tourism group TUI of a view over the RIU Hotel Imperial Marhaba in the small harbour town of Port El Kantaoui, in the north of Sousse, Algeria.  Tunisia’s deadliest terrorist attack in more than a decade killed at least 28 people on 26 June 2015 as gunmen opened fire on a beach crowded with foreign tourists in the resort city of Sousse. At least 36 people were wounded.  EPA/TUI / HANDOUT ATTENTION EDITORS: FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY IN CONNECTION WITH CURRENT REPORTING/ MANDATORY CREDIT: “TUI/dpa“ HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES

epa04820053 People gather on a street in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers from Tunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, including foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested. EPA/STR

epa04820053 People gather on a street in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers from Tunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, including foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested.  EPA/STR

epa04820001 A body lies on a street in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers from Tunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, including foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested. EPA/STR

epa04820001 A body lies on a street in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers from Tunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, including foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested.  EPA/STR

epa04819985 A body lies on a beach in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers from Tunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, mostly foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested. EPA/STR

epa04819985 A body lies on a beach in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers from Tunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, mostly foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested.  EPA/STR

epa04819981 Medics help an injured man in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers fromTunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, mostly foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested. EPA/STR

epa04819981 Medics help an injured man in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers fromTunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, mostly foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested.  EPA/STR

epa04819977 Bodies lie on a beach in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers fromTunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, mostly foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested. EPA/STR

epa04819977 Bodies lie on a beach in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers fromTunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, mostly foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested.  EPA/STR

epa04819978 Members of the Tunisian security forces in an amroured vehicle patrol a street in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers fromTunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, mostly foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested. EPA/STR

epa04819978 Members of the Tunisian security forces in an amroured vehicle patrol a street in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers fromTunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, mostly foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested.  EPA/STR

epa04819976 Members of the Tunisian security forces escort a man through a street in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers fromTunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, mostly foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested. EPA/STR

epa04819976 Members of the Tunisian security forces escort a man through a street in al-Sousse, 150 kilometers fromTunisia, 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 27, mostly foreigners, and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested.  EPA/STR

epa04820208 Emergency vehicles are parked outside the Imperial Marhaba Hotel in the resort town of al-Sousse, a popular tourist destination 140 km south of Tunis,Tunisia, June 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 28, including Germans, Brits and Belgians and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested. EPA/MOHAMED MESSARA

epa04820208 Emergency vehicles are parked outside the Imperial Marhaba Hotel in the resort town of al-Sousse, a popular tourist destination 140 km south of Tunis,Tunisia, June 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 28, including Germans, Brits and Belgians and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested.  EPA/MOHAMED MESSARA

epa04820205 Blood stains the steps leading to Imperial Marhaba Hotel in the resort town of al-Sousse, a popular tourist destination 140 km south of Tunis,Tunisia, June 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 28, including Germans, Brits and Belgians and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested. EPA/MOHAMED MESSARA

epa04820205 Blood stains the steps leading to Imperial Marhaba Hotel in the resort town of al-Sousse, a popular tourist destination 140 km south of Tunis,Tunisia, June 26 June 2015. According to local reports unknown assailants detonated at least one bomb then opened fire on tourists at two hotels, killing at least 28, including Germans, Brits and Belgians and wounding several others, some while they were sunbathing, at least one of the attackers was killed by Tunisian security services, while a second has been arrested.  EPA/MOHAMED MESSARA

Il giovane killer è indicato come frequentatore di due moschee in Tunisia, una rientra anche nell’elenco di quelle che sono state chiuse nei giorni scorsi dal governo, all’indomani dell’attentato. “La presenza nelle moschee di Rezgui – come riportato da Corriere.it -, confermata dai testimoni come i proprietari delle botteghe vicine e in particolare un venditore di tappeti, è un dato acquisito degli investigatori. Ma soltanto adesso. Se in una fase iniziale non avevano avuto nulla da segnalare sullo stragista nemmeno gli attenti e preparati servizi segreti, il quadro è clamorosamente cambiato”.

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