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The Nairobi Protests

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Re: The Nairobi Protests

Postby Somaliweyn » Sun Jan 24, 2010 2:28 pm

Diyeeshaha_Tolka wrote:look how corrupt kenyan police are,,


Kenyan security agencies are concerned about reports that increasing numbers of Al-Shabaab militants are entering the country.



Last week, police arrested over 2,000 people in a swoop on illegal foreigners from Somalia, an undisclosed number of whom are believed to be members of the Somali Islamist militia.



The move came after claims from top government officials that Al-Shabaab elements or their sympathisers took part in the January 15 demonstrations in Nairobi in which Muslim youth clashed with the police over the planned deportation of Jamaican preacher Sheikh Abdullah al-Faisal.



While Internal Security Minister, Prof George Saitoti has categorically stated that Al-Shabaab sympathisers took part in the demonstration, his Immigration counterpart Otieno Kajwang’ said the government was still unsure because all manner of people from Somalia are crossing into Kenya through its porous borders.



Prof Saitoti also announced that security agencies had foiled several terror attacks, but was not clear whether these threats came from Al-Shabaab or other terror groups.



Sources in Mogadishu said while many Al-Shabaab youth have entered Kenya, some were being sent by their parents to avoid being forcibly recruited into the militia group or being forced into marriage to Al-Shabaab members. The Immigration Ministry is registering those who cross over to Kenya and deporting those without proper documents.



But there are questions over whether the government swoop was directed at the right targets. Sources said there are two hotels in Nairobi’s eastern suburb of Eastleigh where Al-Shabaab sympathisers hold meetings, but these were not raided.



Instead, the police raided areas inhabited mostly by either Transitional Federal Government MPs or refugees who have fled from Al-Shabaab.


For instance, Barakat Hotel, where the Somali MPs are known to reside whenever they are visiting Kenya was raided and over a dozen of them arrested. Among those arrested was Major Muhammed Mur Galal, a former military officer in the Siad Barre government who is the brainchild behind the As Sunnah Al Jamaah, a militia group that has been fighting alongside the TFG against al-Shabaab.



As Sunnah Al Jamaah took up arms against al-Shabaab in late 2008 to protect the country’s long-held Sufi traditions and moderate religious views.



Also arrested was a former foreign minister, Ismail Mohammed, who is on the Al-Shabaab wanted list for allegedly organising the Ethiopian intervention in Somalia towards the end of 2006.



Source: The East African




The extremists are jeopardizing Somali interest while paying off the corrupt police not to read their headquarters? :down:

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Re: The Nairobi Protests

Postby AbdiWahab252 » Sun Jan 24, 2010 3:12 pm

Ah, and some people used to criticize the Noble 9 for selling these criminals for their weight in crisp $100 bills:

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Re: The Nairobi Protests

Postby grandpakhalif » Sun Jan 24, 2010 4:43 pm

Mashallah, good job supporting the mujahideen :geek:

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Re: The Nairobi Protests

Postby surrender » Sun Jan 24, 2010 4:55 pm

Twisted_Logic wrote:Image



takbir alahu akbar. :clap: :clap: :clap:

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Re: The Nairobi Protests

Postby nomadicwarlord » Mon Jan 25, 2010 2:18 am

abdisamad3 wrote:how do you know they are Somali.nationals??
allso the flag they are carrying is the flag of the ummah..it countains the shahada..as a muslim why would you distance your self from the shahada??



Who else could it be? By the way, I'm only distancing myself from individuals that spread hatred to the masses. Sxb, denounce that crap you are being fed from Al-Qaeda Central. :lol:

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Re: The Nairobi Protests

Postby Goljano Lion » Mon Jan 25, 2010 2:23 am

Twisted_Logic wrote:Image


will someone shoot these phokers

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Re: The Nairobi Protests

Postby new-york24 » Mon Jan 25, 2010 2:27 am

I see absolutely nothing rong with these young men,when did it become a crime to carry the flag of MAXAMED CSW while taking a stroll through the city on a nice summer day.

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Re: The Nairobi Protests

Postby Moguul21 » Mon Jan 25, 2010 2:30 am

I'M NOT FAN OF ALSHABAAB BUT THE PEOPLE CALLING SHEIKH UMAL DEPORTATION SHOULD BE ASHAMED OF THEM SELVES, WALLAALAYAAL LETS SEPARATE RELIGION AND POLITICS, SOME IN HERE ARE DENOUNCING THEIR RELIGION BECAUSE OF THEIR HATRED TOWARDS ALSHABAAB :down:

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Re: The Nairobi Protests

Postby new-york24 » Mon Jan 25, 2010 2:36 am

Moguul21 wrote:I'M NOT FAN OF ALSHABAAB BUT THE PEOPLE CALLING SHEIKH UMAL DEPORTATION SHOULD BE ASHAMED OF THEM SELVES, WALLAALAYAAL LETS SEPARATE RELIGION AND POLITICS, SOME IN HERE ARE DENOUNCING THEIR RELIGION BECAUSE OF THEIR HATRED TOWARDS ALSHABAAB :down:


Its impossible for you to separate your diin from your life in any way shape or form.keep in mind your diin is a complete system and way of life.

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Re: The Nairobi Protests

Postby Shonuff » Mon Jan 25, 2010 2:53 am

these guys are very courageous. i am sure most of those who replied to this topic envy that about them and wish that you could truly express yourself as well as these guys can. strangely many of those who replied to this topic are not even muslim but they, even as anonymous characters, don't have the courage to announce that to strangers on an relatively obscure website. a coward dies a thousand times. a coward believes in nothing. a coward fears everything, even his or her own shadow. almost every action a coward makes is driven by fear. the fate of a coward in this life and in the afterlife is cadaab.

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Re: The Nairobi Protests

Postby Moguul21 » Mon Jan 25, 2010 3:01 am

new-york24 wrote:
Moguul21 wrote:I'M NOT FAN OF ALSHABAAB BUT THE PEOPLE CALLING SHEIKH UMAL DEPORTATION SHOULD BE ASHAMED OF THEM SELVES, WALLAALAYAAL LETS SEPARATE RELIGION AND POLITICS, SOME IN HERE ARE DENOUNCING THEIR RELIGION BECAUSE OF THEIR HATRED TOWARDS ALSHABAAB :down:


Its impossible for you to separate your diin from your life in any way shape or form.keep in mind your diin is a complete system and way of life.


Diin is way of life in terms of following it like the rasuul and quran says but new york24 I'm not sure about your diin but my diin does not tell me to wear suicide belt like alshabaab preach, lets agree that wahabism is only satanic madhab that require the killings of innocent people in order to rule Somalia their way of life.

If you believe shia and sufis are gaalo, than alshabaab are the devils.

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Re: The Nairobi Protests

Postby Twisted_Logic » Mon Jan 25, 2010 3:10 am

If your religion is directly tied to your support for anarchist groups, then you are in for a perpetual disappointment.

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Re: The Nairobi Protests

Postby new-york24 » Mon Jan 25, 2010 3:30 am

Moguul21 wrote:
new-york24 wrote:
Moguul21 wrote:I'M NOT FAN OF ALSHABAAB BUT THE PEOPLE CALLING SHEIKH UMAL DEPORTATION SHOULD BE ASHAMED OF THEM SELVES, WALLAALAYAAL LETS SEPARATE RELIGION AND POLITICS, SOME IN HERE ARE DENOUNCING THEIR RELIGION BECAUSE OF THEIR HATRED TOWARDS ALSHABAAB :down:


Its impossible for you to separate your diin from your life in any way shape or form.keep in mind your diin is a complete system and way of life.


Diin is way of life in terms of following it like the rasuul and quran says but new york24 I'm not sure about your diin but my diin does not tell me to wear suicide belt like alshabaab preach, lets agree that wahabism is only satanic madhab that require the killings of innocent people in order to rule Somalia their way of life.

If you believe shia and sufis are gaalo, than alshabaab are the devils.


Once again the proof is in the putting,somehow it became the new fad to use words such as suicide/wahabo/terror/al-qeida/shabaab/innocent..at the first sign of truth.

maguul all i said to you was there is no separating religion and state,becouse that would contradict the teachings of islam.How did you end up talking about suicide belts and wahabism?

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Re: The Nairobi Protests

Postby Shirib » Mon Jan 25, 2010 3:44 am

new-york24 wrote:
Moguul21 wrote:
new-york24 wrote:Its impossible for you to separate your diin from your life in any way shape or form.keep in mind your diin is a complete system and way of life.


Diin is way of life in terms of following it like the rasuul and quran says but new york24 I'm not sure about your diin but my diin does not tell me to wear suicide belt like alshabaab preach, lets agree that wahabism is only satanic madhab that require the killings of innocent people in order to rule Somalia their way of life.

If you believe shia and sufis are gaalo, than alshabaab are the devils.


Once again the proof is in the putting,somehow it became the new fad to use words such as suicide/wahabo/terror/al-qeida/shabaab/innocent..at the first sign of truth.

maguul all i said to you was there is no separating religion and state,becouse that would contradict the teachings of islam.How did you end up talking about suicide belts and wahabism?


That is a very good question

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Re: The Nairobi Protests

Postby afisoone » Mon Jan 25, 2010 5:11 am

dr yalaxow islaantaa shariifka ma waxaa kutaageertaa waa qabilkeyga miyaa. maxey kuu qabatay islaantaan. ijaarka may ka bixisaa. maxey kuu qabataa bal ii sheeg ninyahow. aniga waxaa ku sheega waxey u qabatay amisom. amisom dhulka ayee u xaaqdaa, iyo qololkooda,
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