29 March 2014

Somalia: Al Shabab Executes Three Men Alleging of Spying Within the Group

Al Shabab militant group in Somalia executed three of its former members after alleging them for spying within the group.

Al Shabab court sentenced the three me to be executed by a firing squad. They were executed in Barawe town in Somalia, the biggest al Shabab's stronghold.

The three were named ; Mohamed Hassan Ali 28, Mohamud Farah Sabrie Shuriye 47, and Abdinajib Shire Barre.

Al Shabab's Lower Shabelle commander Mohamed Abu Abdallah said the three men were found with spying the Mujahedin and colloborating with the National Intelligency Agency of the Federal Government of Somalia.

Somalia Federal Government forces engaged major battle against the militant since 2009 to clear the al Qaeda linked group from its territorial borders.

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