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President of @Jubaland state Ahmed Madobe Today Visited Afmadow District where he met with the #Jubaland forces preparing for the war against #AlShabaab, pic.twitter
The latest Tweets from Al Shabaab Watch (@ShababWatch). For Al-Shabaab terrorism activities research
Sep 22, 2013 · Shabaab have been avid users of Twitter since September 2011. At the time, the move onto Twitter was seen as an attempt to counter the widespread message …
The official Twitter account of the press office for Harakat al-Shabaab al-Mujahideen, better known simply as al-Shabaab.
As al-Shabaab are a designated terrorist organisation, they are banned from using Twitter. Any account identified as al-Shabaab official or even pro-al-Shabaab is suspended on discovery. When this happens, the creator of the account usually creates a new account with a slightly altered handle (@al-Shabaab becomes @al-Shabaab1, for example).
Jan 16, 2019 · The al-Shabaab group in Somalia has claimed responsibility for a coordinated attack on a hotel and office complex in Nairobi, capital of neighboring Kenya, that left at least 14 people dead.
Jan 16, 2019 · Al-Shabaab’s Kenya attack proves the terrorist group is still deadly Kenya has been an al-Shabaab target for years. It seems like that will continue, even with US-backed military efforts to
Al-Shabaab is fairly prolific and, like many users, has been involved in Twitter wars with different groups, including a tweet spat with a spokesman with the Kenyan military.
9 hours ago · Somalia’s Al-Shabaab militants on Monday shot dead the Maltese manager of a port, while detonating a car bomb in the capital and killing 11 people and wounding 10 others. Follow on Twitter
In September 2013, Twitter suspended at least six al-Shabaab accounts after the outfit ridiculed the Kenyan government’s response to the Westgate shopping mall attack in Nairobi, an attack al-Shabaab claimed responsibility for. The group later re-opened a Twitter account in December, with the explanation that “the aim is to vigorously challenge