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Sunday, July 06, 2008

AL-QAEDA FINDS 3 SAFE HAVENS FOR TERROR TRAINING, SOMALIA, ALGERIA AND PAKISTAN. SOMALIA AL-SHABAAB RUN TERROR WEBSITE HOSTED BY DOTSTER USA.

Al-Qaeda finds three safe havens for terror training, Somalia, Algeria and Pakistan; LONDON TIMES

Al-Qaeda, Osama bin Laden’s terrorist organisation, driven out of Afghanistan and defeated in Iraq, is re-emerging in strength in three alternative safe havens for training, operational planning and recruiting – Pakistan, Somalia and Algeria – according to Western intelligence and defence sources.

The core al-Qaeda headquarters in the tribal areas of Pakistan pose the gravest threat to the United Kingdom. But in Somalia (Al-Shabaab) and in Algeria, where the so-called al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb was set up in 2004 as a powerful bin Laden offshoot, the organisation is recruiting energetically and its leaders are believed to have aspirations to hit Western targets.

There has been increasing evidence of bin Laden’s network rebuilding in Pakistan. The main figures are now well entrenched in the tribal areas, and although American Predator and Reaper surveillance drones, armed with Hellfire missiles and precision-guided bombs, remain in the region to eliminate al-Qaeda commanders, it seems the terrorist leaders can still communicate with each other. (Al-Shabaab in Somalia have their own website http://kataaib.net/shuhadada%2028-01-2008.html hosted by the Dotster Co in Vancouver WA).

Visitors...Estimated number of visits for http://www.kataaib.net/ 5,037 visits per day

The 38 countries with troops based in Afghanistan are fighting to prevent al-Qaeda ever again using the country as a safe haven, but the core al-Qaeda leaders have settled down in Pakistan and, from there, keep in contact with their main franchises in Somalia and Algeria. (See Al-Shabaab Somalia terror website http://kataaib.net/shuhadada%2028-01-2008.html hosted in the USA by the Dotster Co in Vancouver WA)

Two al-Qaeda leaders have been killed this year by Predator attacks, and another, Abu Ubaida al-Masri, head of external relations, died of natural causes. But one American estimate is that up to 2,000 militants, many of them foreigners, are in training compounds in Pakistan.

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Al-Qaeda also appears not to be short of experienced operational commanders. One senior figure who was responsible for carrying out research into nuclear, chemical and biological systems when the organisation was in Afghanistan, is believed to be involved in trying to produce unconventional weapons to target the West. That is known to be al-Qaeda’s top ambition.

Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb has moved to the front line of terrorist operations, including suicide truck bombings and the murder of European tourists. The nationalist Algerian terrorist group has been converted into an organisation posing a threat beyond Algeria’s borders. American officials estimate that there are between 300 and 400 terrorists in the mountains east of Algiers and another 200 elsewhere in the country.

The same transformation is occurring in Somalia, particularly in the south (Al-Shabaab). A large number of radicalised Somalis are living in Britain and it is feared that instead of going to Pakistan for jihad training, they are travelling to Somalia (hook up with the Al-shabaab group).


In the early hours of a Monday morning, a number of missiles fired from an American naval ship fell on the small Somali town of Dobley. The target according to a US military official, was a "facility where there were known terrorists" affiliated with al-Qaeda. The Monday attack was reminiscent of the January 2007 air strike, which the US carried out against suspected al-Qaida operatives involved in the 1998 US bombings in East Africa. This latest show of US force in the Horn of Africa emphasizes Washington's continued resolve to attack al-Qaida operatives and their bases (Somalia) wherever they are in order to deny them safe havens.
SEE VIDEO OF AL-SHABAAB TERRORIST LEADER ADEN AYRO BEFORE US MISSILE ATTACK BLEW HIM INTO LITTLE PIECES, CLICK HERE
Al-Shabaab in Somalia is Al-Qaeda. "Defeat the Ethiopian crusaders, their apostate brethren (the USA) and who ever stands in their ranks.
Source: www.kataaib.net (official Al-shabaab Al mujahideen website) Al-Shabaab: we will continue the blessed Jihad and never forgive our enemy June 10, 2008 "•
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Video : Black Hawk Down - Heroes Randy Shughart and Gary Gordon(courtesy of the Jawa Report) Under conditions that almost guaranteed they wouldn't make it out alive, two heroes went in to protect their comrades from an advancing mob of the followers of Mohammed Farah Aidid. The Battle of Mogadishu was a battle that was part of Operation Gothic Serpent that was fought on October 3 and 4, 1993, in Mogadishu, Somalia, by forces of the United States supported by UNOSOM II against Somali militia fighters loyal to warlord Mohamed Farrah Aidid. In July 2008 things are just about as bad in Somalia, and we (USA Special Forces) just might be heading back in while the Dotster Company in Vancouver WA continues to host the offical website for the current crop of "Somali Militia" Al-Shabaab (al-Qaeda).

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