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Who is Abdullahi Abdisalam Borleh?

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somalee   

Simple answer. He's a Somaliland agent. That the Somaliland administration is capable of planning and carrying out such a heinous act is not up for debate. What I expect from the more decent people of Somaliland is a strong condemnation of their administration.

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Tallaabo   

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Simple answer. He's a Somaliland agent. That the Somaliland administration is capable of planning and carrying out such a heinous act is not up for debate. What I expect from the more decent people of Somaliland is a strong condemnation of their administration.

The decent God fearing people of Somaliland have always been condemning the terror and savagery of koonfuria along with the treachery and hypocrisy of the pirates in equal measure. Our law abiding democratic government which is admired the world over does have an impressive track record of fighting terror which speaks for itself.

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Mooge   

looooooool^^

 

tallabo, you are talking like a programmed robot these days niyoow. lool. the fact that you love your terror supporting clan admin doesn't change the fact they were caught red-handed niyoow. keep spewing kacaan-like BS about democracy and admiration. it is how you were all programmed.

 

good luck niyoow. this is an uphill battle you are waging. lol. the truth is the truth.

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One effective explosive device used in Mogadishu has been the “laptop bomb” first deployed by al-Shabaab senior operative Ismail Muse in Hotel Maka al Mukaramah in Mogadishu in November 2013. The laptop explosive forced hotels guests outside were Muse detonated a car bomb killing 25 people and wounding more than 100 people. There is growing evidence that al-Shabaab senior operative Ismail Muse received information on how to make laptop bomb from Somaliland intelligence.

Al-Shabaab Insurgents Adopt to New Suicide Tactics

 

Al-Shabaab operatives have increasingly adopted suicide tactics in Mogadishu. The number of suicide attacks increased every year since 2007. There were over 100 suicide terrorist attacks in Somalia in 2015, more than the total committed in the entire history of the country. The use of suicide attacks has been encouraged by Somaliland clerics in Hargeisa, who see suicide operations as the most successful way of inflicting damage against the opponent and the least costly to al-Shabaab in terms of casualties. Several factors have contributed to the rise in suicide attacks in Somalia.

 

First, al-Shabaab have successfully tapped into the expertise and training of Somaliland. Extremist clerics in Hargeisa and Burco have helped supply a steady stream of suicide bombers. Secondly, al-Shabaab and extremist clerics have concluded that suicide bombing is more effective than other tactics in killing civilians and security forces in Somalia. Suicide attacks allow al-Shabaab terrorists to achieve maximum impact with minimal resources. Data show that when the insurgents fight AMISOM and Somali Security forces directly, there is only a 5% probability of inflicting casualties. With suicide attacks, the chance of killing people and instilling fear increases several folds.

 

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One effective explosive device used in Mogadishu has been the “laptop bomb” first deployed by al-Shabaab senior operative Ismail Muse in Hotel Maka al Mukaramah in Mogadishu in November 2013.

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A Somali man with a Dutch passport is the mastermind behind the terrorist attack at a popular beach in the Somali capital of Mogadishu on Thursday. The man, Ismail Muse Ahmed Guled was arrested at the Mogadishu airport, according to freelance war reporter Harald Doornbos, Omroep Brabant reports. At least 19 people were killed in about 7 hours of attacks.

 

 

arrest on route to hargeisa via daallo airline

 

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Samafal   

So what about all other hundreds of suicide bomnbers and Alshabab foot soldiers that caused mayhem and havoc in Mogadishu, where did they come from? which qabiil were they? What about the two men who smuggled and handed the laptop to Borleh? I hear the tall one of the two is from president's clan, so where does he fit in the Somaliland conspiracy? Is not I am defending Somaliland and there might be some truth in it or at least they tolerate Alshabab as long as they are not shooting them. But equally Reer Mogadishu have lot to answer as they produce more Alshabab fighters and colloborators than any other qabiil and I notice when suicide bombers are from them, no mention of qabiil and its just Alshabab factor but one or two Alshabab from somewhere else then the qabiil conspiracy comes in. Why haven't we heard from the people who were behind Lido massacre? Where did they come from?

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galbeedi   

We are too smart to be confused by a warlord Calasow. These issues are more complected and a semi literate extortionist would not have the means , the integrity or the educational background to resolve it.

 

Arrintani waa arrin Qoto dheer oo meel fog salka ku haysa. Majara habaabin iyo reer hebel iska dhici kuma xalismayso. Waa arrin taabanaysa jiritaanka dadka Soomaalida ee Qurbaha iyo gudahaba Jooga.

 

I am compiling and will be presenting here in SOL , a small detailed report about the origins of these targeted killings which started in 2003.

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galbeedi   

Barwaaqo,

 

waa runtaa , hase yeeshee mar rabo in aan soo daadiyo wax caydhiin oon sal lahayn. Waxaan rajaynayaa wax badan in aan kala cadeeyo.

 

Stay tuned: waan soo socda war waan sidaa.....

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