Al-Shabab: Somali jihadist group publicly executes ‘British and US spies’
October 10, 2018 | Brainwave Science
Somalia’s Al-Shabab terror group shot five men in a public execution on Tuesday, a sign of the insurgents’ control on a certain part of the country, even as local authorities step up efforts to combat them. The terror group claimed five men, aged between 22 and 36, were spying for British, US and Somali intelligence agencies.
The east African Jihadist announced via radio that the killing had taken place in a public square in Jilib, an area under the control of the Islamist group. The eyewitnesses reported the victims were tied and shot by a firing squad.
According to Al-Shabab’s governor, Awale Ahmed Mohamed, a 32-year-old man, spied for MI6. After moving from Britain to Somalia he join the terror group while other three spied for the United States and helped to carry out strikes through US drones and the last one spied for the Somali government. The terror group claimed the alleged spies attached tracking device to the Al-Shabab convoy which had helped American drones to carry out an air strike. A jihadist website claimed that British spy, Awale, shared sensitive information to British intelligence services about the Al-Shabab supporters living in the UK.
“Five spies were publicly executed after they admitted espionage before the court,” said Mohamed Abu Abdalla, Al Shabab’s governor for the Jubba regions.
Al Shabab, founded in 2006, is considered the deadliest jihadi group in sub- Saharan Africa. The group operates freely in many rural parts of Somalia despite the efforts of local government to overthrow them. Al-Shabab affiliated by Al-Qaida has fought for years to impose a strict version of Islam in the Horn of Africa nation. Al-Shabab has staged several attacks in Kenya, including the 2015 massacre at Kenya’s Garissa University, near the border with Somalia.
Despite losing territory in recent years, the extremist group continues to carry out deadly attacks on government, security and civilian targets in many parts of the country, especially the capital Mogadishu. Most devasting was a truck bombing in 2017 that killed 512 people. The United States has carried out 25 airstrikes targeting extremists, but the results haven’t been fruitful. Despite the effort from Somalian law enforcement and US armed forces, the group remains nonetheless strong and active.
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