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Pro-Al-Qaeda Media Outlet Details ‘Bloody’ Operations In Mali, Somalia, Kenya, Highlights ‘Crusader And Apostate’ Fears Of Attacks Ahead Of 20th Anniversary Of 9/11 After ‘Blessed Conquest In Afghanistan’
On August 27, 2021, the pro-Al-Qaeda Thabat News Agency published a report praising recent “bloody attacks” by the mujahideen of Al-Qaeda affiliates in three African countries, Mali, Somalia, and Kenya, which resulted in the death of more than 150 “Crusaders and apostates,” the seizure of over 30 vehicles, and the “liberation” of nine towns. The report concluded by noting that “the Crusaders and apostates” are afraid of more attacks ahead of the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, especially “after the blessed conquest in Afghanistan.”
By: MEMRI, September 2021:
The Al-Thabat report began by saying that in recent days, Al-Qaeda fighters carried out a number of attacks in three African countries.
Highlighting the attack in Mali as “the largest blow to the Malian army since the beginning of the current year,” the report said that the Group For Support Of Islam And Muslims (GSIM) mujahideen ambushed a convoy of the “apostate” Malian army in the Boni area in central Mali that killed 17 “apostates” and wounded 42 others. The report added that GSIM mujahideen were able to seize nine vehicles and large quantities of weapons and ammunition.
The report stated that Al-Qaeda’s Somali affiliate, Harakat Al-Shabab Al-Mujahideen, known as Al-Shabab, carried out a large-scale attack on Somali military positions in the city of Amara in central Somalia. The attack, it added, began with a “martyrdom operation” and was followed by a large ground assault. The report noted that the mujahideen also ambushed a Somali military convoy which tried to support the forces under attack. It further stated that the attack caused more than 35 casualties, noting that a vehicle was destroyed, 18 vehicles and large quantities of weapons and ammunition were seized, and “dozens of Muslims” were freed from the city’s prison. The report indicated that Al-Shabab mujahideen were able to “liberate” cities and villages in Amara and in other nearby areas.
In a separate operation, according to the report, Al-Shabab fighters launched an attack on the city of Zabit, located on the periphery of the Somalian capital Mogadishu, which killed 23 “apostates” and wounded 11 others. The report noted that Al-Shabab fighters seized several vehicles and controlled the city. Al-Shabab also carried out a “martyrdom operation” in Mogadishu’s security zone that killed 17 “apostates.”
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