Somalia's al Shabaab organization conducted a vehicle bomb and gun attack on an African Union mission military camp in the Shabelle area in the country's center on Tuesday, according to a local elder and the al Shabaab group. "We were jolted awake by massive bangs early in the morning."
Source: https://twitter.com/GaytonMcK/status/1495846164620619776?s=20&t=EeQVpy6d-P803EnpfUyDpA Famous South African politician and human activist Gayton McKenzie has taken to popular micro-blogging site Twitter to publicly express his opinion on the issue of insecurity in South Africa. According to Gayton, the retired Zimbabwean army is in numbers in South Africa, Al Shabab is also present in the country, other nationals from different countries are also killing themselves making the murder rate high daily.
“One day we'll tell the story of how we reclaimed out country back from illegal immigrants who had hyjacked building and turned South Africa into slums. The stories of how we were called names such as Xenophobic when we asked the gvt to do what we voted them to” Nhlanhla Lux Dlamini.
Source: https://twitter.com/GaytonMcK/status/1504798757828845568?s=20&t=va4f-U7sYBDQKh3kTWDPMg South Africa politician and leader of the Patriotic Alliance PA political party Gayton McKenzie has taken to popular micro-blogging platform Twitter to publicly share a post concerning the report of terrorists residing in the country. "Terrorism groups like ISIS & Al Shabab has found a nice resort called South Africa from which to plan terror attacks.
Most Kenyans are familiar with Samantha Lewthwaite, commonly known as the White Widow. She was the main suspect and mastermind in the deadly West Gate Mall attack, as well as the subsequent Dusit D2 incident, both of which were organized and carried out by the Al Shabab terror group.
Source: https://twitter.com/GaytonMcK/status/1504798757828845568?s=20&t=va4f-U7sYBDQKh3kTWDPMg Gayton McKenzie, a South African politician and leader of the Patriotic Alliance PA political party, took to the popular microblogging platform Twitter to publicly disseminate a tweet about terrorists allegedly residing in the country. "Terrorist organizations such as ISIS and Al Shabab have discovered a lovely resort in South Africa from which to plot terrorist assaults.
Some South Africans on Twitter have come up with a very disturbing issue, saying that most of the people who own Spaza Shops could be using their shops to launder money to different countries for activities that may not be pleasant to hear.
https://www.sowetanlive.co.za/sport/soccer/2022-01-07-ighalo-to-miss-afcon-after-al-shabab-refuse-to-let-him-go/?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1641538204 Nigeria striker Odion Ighalo won't play for his country at the Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon after his Saudi Arabian club would not release him, authorities affirmed on Thursday. Riyadh-based Al Shabab said his call-up from the Nigerian Football Federation had shown up after the cutoff time and they were subsequently declining to release him, the Al Arabiya TV slot detailed.
In Qalimow town, Middle Shabelle region, suspected al-Shabaab terrorists planted a hidden bomb in a tea shop, causing extensive damage to property and the death of innocent people. The device was planted by suspected al-Shabaab militants who have been inflicting havoc in the area without restraint.
A woman accused of having 11 husbands was stoned to death in Somalia by members of the Islamic militant group Al-Shabab. The woman, Shukri Abdullahi Warsame, was buried up to her neck and pelted with stones until she died, according to reports. Local officials told reporters that the woman had been brought to court by a group of men who all claimed that she was his wife, but that she had not legally divorced anyone. The Islamic group in charge of the southern Somali town where she lived imposed the death penalty.
Ms Silvia Romano, age 25, who happens to be an Italian aid worker in Kenya was abducted in South-eastern Kenya in November 2018 and believed to have been taken across Kenya to Somalia. Ms S. Romano is said to work for an Italian Charity Africa. In the mean time no group or organization claimed to be responsible for her abduction for more than 18 months. However all along, the Islamic group of Al-Shabab, which operates close to Somali have been suspected to have carried out the abduction. At some point the K
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The militant group said that a woman was stoned to death in Somalia after a court ruled by al-Shabab had sentenced her to several husbands. Shukri Abdullahi Warsame has been indicted eleven times for marrying her previous husbands without divorcing her. It was buried deep in the neck and put to death with stones, said residents of the south town of the Sablale, by al-Shabab fighters.
The was a big suicide car bombing in Somalia Capital Mogadishu which claimed lives of 29 peopleand left dozen injured, said police. The incident shocked people across the city. The blast took place next to the city main port. It is said that the militant group(Al-Shabaab) was behind the deadly attack. The explosion was huge as it could be heard across the city. Al-Shabaab emblem Witness said "the officers opened fire on a vehicle after it failed to stop at the police checkpoint". Witness said "I came out of
Photo: Gallo images According to a report, healthy-looking and lighter-skinned women and girls are at a higher risk of being kidnapped and sold into the sex slave trade in Mozambique's northern Cabo Delgado province. Human Rights Watch (HRW) reported yesterday that an armed group linked to the Islamic State, Al Sunnah wa Jama'ah (ASWJ), also known as Al-Shabab (or mashababos), had a ready market (ISIS).
A car bomb went off near Mogadishu's international airport on Wednesday, killing eight and wounded nine more, according to a local doctor. Attackers from the terrorist group al-Shabab said they were targeting "white authorities" passing by. The Associated Press spoke with Medina hospital's Dr. Abdulkadir Adam on the death toll.