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Al-Shabab threatens elders meeting in Mogadishu
Saturday, April 28, 2012
Al-Qaida affiliated group has threatened Somalia government to attack the elders meeting in Mogadishu which would sit for the selection of the new constituency assembly.
In a statement the spokesman of Al shabab militants linked with al-Qaida, Skeik Ali Mohamud Rageh has sent a verbal threatening to the Somali traditional elders gathering in chaotic Mogadishu to select the new constituency assembly those are supposed to pass the new draft constitution..
Speaking to a rebel controlled local radio station in Elasha Biyah, out of Mogadishu, Sheik Ali Dheere stated that Al Shabab will target any of the elders getting on the process of adopting the new constitution which he described ‘anti Islamic’ constitution, as he put it.
This warning by Al shabab spokesman comes as Somali traditional clan elders of 135 members have begun to gather in the capital, Mogadishu to begin the selection of the constituency assembly before forming the new Somali parliament.
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