Early on Saturday white soldiers from unknown country attacked a house in Barawe town, the stronghold of Al Shabab rebel group in Somalia.
The spokesman of Al Shabab military operation Sheikh Abdiasis Abu Mus'ab said the group has folied against a heavy attack by white soldiers in the town of Barawe, killing one foreign officer.
"The mujahidin repulsed their attack and in Allah's wishes they have and we chased them until they reached the coast." he said.
"We have killed one white officer and wounded at least two others." he added.
Abu Mus'ab said the house was a home for members of the "Mujahidin" fighters in Somalia and has not mentioned any of the reports about a Chechen fighter of Al Qaeda was staying there.
Unidentified foreign forces have early on Saturday attack a house in Al Shabab's stronghold town of Barawe killing at least one militant. According to locals a dozen of heavily armed foreign forces stormed te house which is believed to be a hideout fir several top militant commanders including the group's absolute power holder Ahmed Abdi Godane known Abu Zubeyr.
The attack occurred just around 3.00 a.m local time.
Local man who spoke with Radio Dalsan said he saw a bullet proof jacket and two ladders left by the foreign forces.