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Aliyebuni mashambulizi ya Augusti 7, 1998 Dar na Nairobi auawa!?

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Siasa' started by Mzee Mwanakijiji, Jun 11, 2011.

  1. Mzee Mwanakijiji

    Mzee Mwanakijiji Platinum Member

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    Mhusika mkuu wa kupanga ulipuaji wa balozi za Marekani huko Nairobi Kenya na Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania imeripotiwa ameuawa huko Somalia Jumatano iliyopita. Fazul Abdullah Mohammed ndiye mtu aliyekuwa anatafutwa sana Afrika baada ya milipuko ile ya Augusti 8, 1998 ambayo ilisababisha vifo vya watu 220 na mamia wengine kujeruhiwa wakati magari yaliyojaa mabomu yalipolipuliwa katika malango ya balozi hizo.

    Tukio hilo lilikuja baadaye kuhusishwa na kikundi cha kighaidi cha Al-Qaida na lilikuwa ni tukio kubwa la mashambulizi dhidi ya maslahi ya Marekani kabla ya mashambulizi ya kikundi hicho Septemba 11, 2001 huko Marekani.

  2. nguvumali

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    Haki daima hushinda, wanyama hao na vibaraka wa Bin laden watauawa mmoja kwa risasi ili kupata radha halisi ya risasi ama mlipuko. Huu ni mwendelezo wa vita ndefu kati haki na kiza.
  3. Cynic

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    Bora.. hii mbegu mbaya soon itatokomea kwenye uso wa dunia (hopefully na ideology yao mbovu pia watatokomea nayo).
  4. Anko Sam

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    Watakutana akhera na boss wake Osama bin Laden, watazawadiwa stahili ya matendo yao Duniani! Go to hell Fazul!
  5. Ab-Titchaz

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    The mastermind of the 1998 twin bombings in Nairobi and Dar es Salaam Fazul Abdullah has been killed by Somalia government forces in Mogadishu.


    Posted Saturday, June 11 2011 at 14:00

    The mastermind of the 1998 twin bombings in Nairobi and Dar es Salaam Fazul Abdullah has been killed by Somalia government forces in Mogadishu.

    Mr Abdullah, who holds a Kenyan passport, was wanted for the fatal bombing of US Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania that left at least 250 people dead and many injured.

    He was reportedly killed by the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) forces on Wednesday at a roadblock.

    The run-away terrorist, who was on the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) watchlist of most wanted terrorists, is believed to have taken over the leadership of al Qaeda’s branch in Somalia, al-Shabaab from where he directed world attacks and African terror operations.

    Confirming the reports, Kenya’s Police Commissioner Mathew Iteere said he was working with security officers in Somalia to get a comprehensive report.

    "TFG forces have confirmed they gunned him down at a roadblock on Wednesday," Mr Iteere told the Nation Saturday.

    Somalia militant group al Shaabab told the AFP news agency that Mr Abdullah was one of those killed.

    "One of the men that was killed near Mogadishu was Fazul Abdullah, may Allah bless his soul. He is not dead as thousands like him are still in the fight against the enemy of Allah," a senior Al Shaabab commander had earlier told AFP on condition of anonymity.

    In 2007, there were reports that he had been killed in a US airstrike on the remote Coastal village of Hayo, near the Southern Somali town of ras Kamboni but a senior official later denied that the al Qaeda terrorist was dead.

    Mr Abdullahis purported to be the leader of the al Qaeda East African presence. He was born in Moroni, Comoros Islands and holds Kenyan and Comorian citizenship. He speaks French, Swahili, Arabic English and Comorian.

    He was also wanted for the car bombing of Paradise Beach Hotel at Kikambala at the Coast in 2002. Thirteen people were killed and more than 80 people injured.

    The FBI had offered a Sh400 million for information leading to his arrest.

    "The Rewards For Justice Program, United States Department of State, is offering a reward of up to $5 million for information leading directly to the apprehension or conviction of Fazul Abdullah Mohammed," a posting on the FBI website reads.

    According to the FBI, Mr Abdullah used 18 aliases.
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    Saaafi sana. Mpaka woote waishe
  7. BabuK

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    US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has said the death of top African al-Qaeda militant Fazul Abdullah Mohammed is a "significant blow" to the group.
    He and another militant were killed earlier this week in a shootout with police at a checkpoint in Somalia's capital, Mogadishu, officials said.
    Mr Mohammed was the most wanted man in Africa, with a $5m bounty on his head.
    He was suspected having played a key role in the 1998 US embassy bombings in East Africa, which killed 224 people.
    He was also accused of attacking Israeli targets on the Kenyan coast in 2002, and was recently believed to have been working with the Islamist militant group, al-Shabab, which controls much of southern Somalia.
    'Victory for the world'Mr Mohammed was shot dead by Somali Transitional Federal Government (TFG) forces in north-western Mogadishu overnight on Tuesday, Somali security officials said.
    "Our forces fired on two men who refused to stop at a roadblock. They tried to defend themselves when they were surrounded by our men," TFG commander Abdikarim Yusuf told the AFP news agency.
    "We took their ID documents, one of which was a foreign passport," he said, adding that medicine, mobile phones and laptops were also found.
    Somali sources told AFP that Mr Mohammed was carrying $40,000 in cash and a South African passport bearing the name Daniel Robinson.
    Gen Abdikarim Yusuf Dhagabadan, Somalia's army chief, said officials at first did not know who the dead man was.
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    "We buried him," he told the Associated Press. "But soon after checking his documents, [we]

    exhumed his body and took his pictures and DNA. Then we learned that he was the man wanted
    by the US authorities."

    The general described the death as "similar to Osama bin Laden's", who was killed in a US commando raid on his home in northern Pakistan on 2 May.
    "It is a victory for the world. It is a victory for Somali army," he added.
    A senior US government official also told the BBC that it was a "very big deal" and commended the actions of the Transitional Federal Government.
    "Fazul Abdullah Mohammed's death removes one of the terrorist group's most experienced operational planners in East Africa and has almost certainly set back operations," the official said.
    After landing in Tanzania's capital, Dar es Salaam, on the second leg of a tour of Africa, Mrs Clinton told reporters: "[His] death is a significant blow to al-Qaeda, its extremist allies, and its operations in East Africa."
    "It is a just end for a terrorist who brought so much death and pain to so many innocents in Nairobi and Dar es Salaam and elsewhere - Tanzanians, Kenyans, Somalis, and our own embassy personnel."
    [​IMG]Hillary Clinton has arrived in Tanzania as part of a tour of Africa
    Born in the Comoros islands in the early 1970s, Mr Mohammed is believed to have joined al-Qaeda in Afghanistan during the 1990s.
    After the bombings of the US embassies in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, and Dar es Salaam in 1998, the US authorities accused him of involvement and offered the $5m reward for information leading to his capture.
    In 2002, Mr Mohammed was reported to have been put in charge of al-Qaeda operations in East Africa. That year, he was blamed for the bombing of an Israeli-owned hotel at the beach resort of Kikambala, Kenya, which left 13 people dead, and an attempt to shoot down an Israeli passenger aircraft in nearby Mombasa.
    In 2007, he survived a US air strike on the southern Somali coastal village of Hayo, near the town of Ras Kamboni.
    In recent years, Mr Mohammed is thought to have joined other foreign militants in Somalia fighting fought alongside al-Shabab, which declared allegiance to al-Qaeda in 2010. It said reports of his death were untrue

    Source: BBCNews
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    bado Bush na Obama kwani nao watu hatarius bana!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    ooh! all at the judgement day true or false,
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    that is not the end is part and pacel
    Conquest-as sun shine and the moon come at night all will be at the same day
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    [​IMG] 1998 US Embassy blasts suspect killed in Somalia (AP)
    AP - The al-Qaida mastermind behind the 1998 bombings of U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania was killed this week at a security checkpoint in Mogadishu by Somali forces who didn't immediately realize he was the most wanted man in East Africa, officials said Saturday.