soccer jersey for cheap American jihadi booted out of Somali branch of al Qaeda
By Larry Shaughnessy
It turns out al Qaeda has the same problem as ordinary companies with employees who spout off on the Internet, making their bosses look bad.
Al Shabaab, the Somali branch of al Qaeda, booted Abu Mansour al Amriki out of the group after he posted video messages contrary to the terrorist organization teachings.
Al Amriki, who was born Omar Hammami in a suburb of Mobile, Alabama, had become a highly visible member of the group that once dominated central and southern Somalia.
For a time, al Amriki was a key recruiter for the group, attracting Americans of Somali heritage to the country to fight for the terrorist group.
But things changed in March when al Amriki posted a video saying he felt like he was at risk. feel that my life may be endangered by Harakat Shabaab al Mujahideen due to some differences that occurred between us regarding matters of the sharia and matters of strategy. in October, he posted another video, calling on jihadi leaders to intervene and ease problems between Somali and foreign terrorist fighters.
In response, the press office of al Shabaab, released a statement Monday calling al Amriki videos petulance. statement said he is no longer a member of the group and that its goals will not be derailed by the superficial allegations, frivolous ramblings and whimsical desires of those who wish to enhance their image at the price of Jihad and the Mujahideen. not clear what will happen to al Amriki, or Hammami, depending on what name he now use, but it unlikely he return to the United States because he been indicted in federal court on terrorism charges.
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Probably you have no counter arguments and try to escape of ground realities. Yes I can spell as it is not mine but remember this evil game will leave no place safe in the world. Why we can live as equal humanbeings with love and mutual respect? Why we are not taking lessons from the wars we have already faught? and why we all nations, being signitories of the charter of UNO, shamelessly violate our commitments to save succeeding generations from the scourge of wars?
Chris show me what USA has got of militarism in world politics. President Obama in victory address had confessed of wasting trillions of dollars in sensless wars in Afghanistan and Iraq which if had been spent on American welfere and developments of social infrastructure, America would have never faced prevailing insecurity at home and abroad. How 20 littlte angels were mercilessly killed in CT New Town school due to open gun runing in America and how nmany similar little angels in other parts of the world are victims in US sponsored wars.
So Chris I am a humanist and see all from humanitarian angles. My heart is bleeding for every single human being on this planet and wish to see all of them to live with love,
mutual respects, peace and prosperous life.