Al Shabaab

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2009 Timeline Of The War In Somalia - May - May 13, 2009 - May 15, 2009
... killed On May 13, 2009 Islamic Courts Union forces attacked and overran al-Shabaab forces in the Central Somali town of Mahas ... On the morning of May 14, 2009 al-Shabaab attempted to retake the village and was turned back from the town by Islamic forces resulting in three insurgents, 1 Somali soldier and three more civilians being killed ... On May 15, 2009 al-Shabaab militants from other central communities regrouped and a battle occurred for the third straight day in Mahas village resulting in ...
Al-Shabaab - Propaganda - Media - Twitter Account
... On December 7, 2011, Al-Shabaab also reportedly began using the Twitter social media network ... example, after Chirchir upbraided the Shabaab for not letting women in the areas under their control wear bras, saying life had more to offer, HSMPress retorted "Like bombing donkeys ... if the HSMPress account is sanctioned by the Shabaab, both Western and African Union officials believe that it is ...
Al-Shabaab - Support Allegations - Somaliland
... to support from a broad-based network of Islamists, including Al-Shabaab ... Somaliland's new Interior Minister, as an Islamist with "strong personal connections with al-Shabaab", and predicted that the militant group would consequently be empowered ... Atom, an arms smuggler believed to be allied with al-Shabaab ...
Al-Shabaab
... Harakat al-Shabaab al-Mujahideen (HSM) (Arabic حركة الشباب المجاهدين‎ Ḥarakat ash-Shabāb al-Mujāhidīn, Somali Xarakada Mujaahidiinta Alshabaab, "Mujahideen Youth Movement" or "Movement of ... Al-Shabaab's troop strength as of May 2011 was estimated at 14,426 militants ... In February 2012, Al-Shabaab leaders quarreled with Al-Qaeda over the union, and quickly lost ground ...
Al-Shabaab - Bounties
... a new policy of offering financial rewards in exchange for information as to the whereabouts of Al-Shabaab members ... of State put forth an offer totaling $33 million for the capture of seven of Al-Shabaab's senior commanders, including a reported $3–$7 million (£2-£4.5 million ... (Abu Zubayr), with another $5 million bounty on Al-Shabaab's Deputy Leader, Sheikh Mukhtar Robow (Abu Mansur) ...