Monday, November 30, 2009

Abu Mansur al-Meriki aka Omar Hammami from Daphne AL, a US citizen, was Saleh Nabhan’s Deputy in the Al-Muhajiroun chain of command in Somalia, private investigator Bill Warner has profiled this traitor.

Abu Mansur al-Meriki (Omar S. Hammami Daphne AL), a US citizen, was Saleh Nabhan’s Deputy in the Al-Muhajiroun chain of command in Somalia.

UPDATED INFORMATION ON U.S. traitor Abu Mansur al-Meriki (Omar S. Hammami Daphne AL), he has a listed date of birth as 05/06/1984 and was recruited only 165 miles from Panama City Fl just after 9/11/01.

1). Congressman Jo Bonner finds terror suspect report ‘alarming’, MOBILE, Ala. — U.S. Rep. Jo Bonner, R-Mobile, says he finds “alarming” a TV news channel’s report that a former University of South Alabama student has been indicted in Mobile and faces charges he is a terrorist linked to the al-Qaeda terrorist network.
2). Abu Mansour al-Amriki aka Omar Hammami the Al-Shabaab Webmaster Via Daphne AL Travelled To Mississauga Suburb of Toronto Same Place NYC Subway Bomber Najibullah Zazi Went, Terror Central in Canada Says PI Bill Warner.

3). Daphne’s Omar Hammami pledges allegiance to bin Laden in new video, report says.

4). Report: Former USA, Daphne student charged in secret indictment with providing material support to terrorists.

5). Islamic Society of Mobile, A photo showing the exterior of the Islamic Society of Mobile building near the University of South Alabama. The man identified by Fox News as an American terrorist suspect living in Somalia and known as Abu Mansour al-Amriki, grew up in Daphne, Ala., as Omar Hammami and attended this place of congregation and worship.

6). Private investigator says Daphne terror suspect linked to jihadist … Bill Warner, an investigator from Sarasota, Fla., who tried to shut … last week that his true identity is Omar Hammami and that he faces a …

Al-Qaeda Threat to Peace in East Africa (Omar Hammami from Daphne AL is right in the middle of it).

An Al-Qaeda force fighting alongside Somali extremists against the transitional government has sent ripples through regional capitals. Commanded by a Kenyan, the group, called Al-Muhajiroun, has 180 well-trained and battle-hardened fighters, some who have seen action in Afghanistan, Pakistan and possibly Iraq. Al-Shabaab, the Somali militant group which has threatened to annex Kenyan territory, is not itself considered a serious threat to Kenya, a ministry of Internal Security official told the Nation, “not in the conventional sense” and because its main concerns are domestic.

But Al-Qaeda, whose dream is to create a Taliban-type super-state running from Mozambique to the north, has the potential to destabilise East Africa. Al-Muhajiroun has also internationalised the conflict and brought some of the most dangerous terrorists in the world to East Africa’s front door, said the official, who can not be named because of government secrecy laws.

“The extent to which Kenyans are being exposed to these kinds of terrorist things is a major concern,” said a senior police officer who asked not to be named so as to comment freely. The emergence of a large and well-trained and armed group reflects a dynamic which could have disastrous consequences for Kenya’s future security.

The group is headed by Kenyan Saleh Nabhan (now dead), an old Al-Qaeda hand, and many of its members are Kenyan, some of them young people who have been recruited, turned into radicals and sent to fight in the Somali “jihad”, said a regional conflict and peace expert, who declined to be named because of his work with the security services.

Security and defence bosses are concerned that Somalia could become East Africa’s Afghanistan, a country that attracts extremists who are trained in terrorism but who return to their own countries to set up Al-Qaeda networks. They fear that the war in Somalia will spawn a new breed of war-hardened Al-Qaeda terrorists.

The other members of Al-Muhajiroun are Ugandans, Americans, Europeans and Saudis. Others are from other parts of the Middle East and Asia, said the Internal Security official, who is privy to intelligence reports. A Mr. Abu Mansur al-Meriki (Omar Hammami Daphne AL), a US citizen, is Nabhan’s deputy in the Al-Muhajirun chain of command…….

Al-Muhajiroun has many propaganda outlets around the world, London, New York City and Charlotte NC to name just a few. Al-Muhajiroun, the group, founded in Jeddah in 1983 by a Syrian cleric, Sheikh Omar Bakri Mohammed, is dedicated to the re-establishment of the khilafa or world Islamic state which it says was destroyed by imperialist Europe. The current British al-Muhajiroun leader is lawyer Anjem Choudary, “Now that Al Muhajiroun have decided to officially re-form once more, the Government should ban it immediately,” “Al Muhajiroun is more than a conduit for radicalisation”.

CNN American’s Odyssey to Al Qaeda’s heart Bryant Neal Vinas Radicalized Muslim Through Internet Jihad Sites & Al-Muhajiroun Members in New York City . Anjem Choudhary told CNN that New York was one of the organization’s main hubs before 2004. He says dozens of followers from the New York area still regularly tune into online sermons put together by the group’s founder Omar Bakri Mohammed in Tripoli, Lebanon, where he has been living since being banned from the UK after the 2005 London bombings.Choudhary stated to CNN that he and Bakri were still loosely affiliated with The Islamic Thinkers Society, a New York based organization, which says the peaceful restoration of the Islamic Caliphate is one of its objectives, More…………………….

Al Qaeda Bomber Saleh Ali Saleh Nabhan Killed in Somalia Abu Mansur al-Meriki (Omar Hammami Daphne AL) was his Al-Muhajiroun right hand man. U.S. military officials say American special forces staged an attack in southern Somalia Monday and killed a Kenyan-born terrorist suspect. Witnesses in the area said soldiers in at least two helicopters fired on a vehicle near the southern town of Barawe, killing at least two passengers and wounding two others.U.S. officials say the attack killed Saleh Ali Saleh Nabhan, whom authorities have linked to al-Qaida.

Nabhan was wanted by U.S. intelligence for questioning about attacks against a hotel and a plane in Mombasa, Kenya, in 2002. U.S. special forces in helicopters attacked a car in southern Somalia and killed one of east Africa’s most wanted al Qaeda militants, Somali and U.S. sources said.Kenyan-born Saleh Ali Saleh Nabhan, 28, was suspected of building the truck bomb that killed 15 people at a Kenyan hotel in 2002, as well as involvement in a simultaneous, but botched, missile launch at an Israeli airliner leaving Mombasa airport. A senior Somali government source said the fugitive was in a car with other foreign insurgents from the al Shabaab rebel group when they were hit near Roobow village in Barawe District, some 250 km (150 miles) south of the capital Mogadishu.

Washington says al Shabaab is al Qaeda’s proxy in Somalia. A U.S. official in Washington, speaking on condition of anonymity, said U.S. special operations forces aboard two helicopters that flew from a U.S. Navy ship opened fired on the vehicle that they believed contained Nabhan.