Somalia: Al-Shabaab Terrorists Pledge Allegiance To Islamic State Leader After Killing 150 Christians
More and more Muslims are pledging allegiance to the most evil entity on the face of the earth. This should speak volumes. Unfortunately, virtually nobody in the West seems to be listening …
Hadith, Muslim 1844, 1851, “Whoever gives his oath of allegiance to a leader and gives him his hand and his heart, let him obey him as much as he can … Whoever dies and did not make an oath of allegiance (to the Muslim leader) has died a death of jaahiliyyah [like an ignorant non-Muslim in pre-Islamic times]” – The “Prophet” Mohammed
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By Stoyan Zaimov, Christian Post – “A senior spiritual leader of the al-Shabaab militant group in Somalia, which earlier this year massacred close to 150 Christian students, has pledged allegiance to the Islamic State terror group in Iraq and Syria.
‘We, the mujahideen of Somalia, declare allegiance to the caliph as Ibrahim ibn Awad ibn Ibrahim al-Awad al-Qurashi,’ Abdiqadir Mumin, an al-Shabaab commander in the Puntland region of Somalia, said in an audio tape, according to Reuters.
CNN pointed out that move further fractures al-Shabaab, as most of its remaining leaders are loyal to al Qaeda.
‘The al-Shabaab-linked source told CNN that members of the group now fear for their lives as other political leaders systematically try to root out possible IS supporters within their ranks,’ the report stated.
Al-Qaeda and IS remain in a rivalry for power, despite their shared opposition to the Western world. A great point of contention has been IS’ attacks and conquest of several cities in Syria, which went against al Qaeda’s wishes.
IS has recruited several other known terror groups, including Nigerian militants Boko Haram. Other groups from across the Middle East, Afghanistan, Pakistan and North Africa have all rallied under the jihadist banner as well.
Al-Shabaab made international news headlines in April when it murdered 152 people, mostly Christian students, in an attack on Garissa University College in Kenya. The mas shooting was carried out by four al-Shabaab gunmen, who purposeful separated Christian from Muslim students, before murdering the Christians…
The Somali terror group has continued clashing with regional and African Union troops throughout the year, and during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan made pledges to murder ‘non-believers.’
‘We are planning to give Kenyan non-believers a true taste of Jihad [the holy war] in the next few days and weeks,’ a senior al-Shabaab commander said back in June.” Read more.