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A senior al-Shabab member wounded in a security operation by the Somali army last month on the border between the Lower and Middle Shabelle regions died from his severe wounds in Middle Jubba’s Jilib town, the government has confirmeed.
In a statement the government said Mohamed Hassan Omar, known to the Alshabaab as Abu Abdirahman, was one of the most senior leaders of the Al-Shabaab was injured a month ago in an operation carried out by the National Forces on the border between the two Shabelle and the militants took him to the city of Jilib in the Middle Jubba region where he died due to lack of medical care and serious injuries.
served as a senior figure in the group and was responsible for misleading youth.
The militants were hiding this leader in a houses owned by civilians and they forced him, and they managed to get him medical services because he had a serious injury.
He was the highest leader of Al-Shabaab in Banadir region who was in charge of hurting the people.
He also became the head of the Youth Misdirection Department and was responsible for recruiting a lot of young people.
He is the second high-ranking militant leader to be killed in two months, as government forces vowed to continue their hunt for top Khawarij leaders.
The government of Somalia, with the help of its international friends are seeking justice for the Somali people against the Alshabaab group who are harming the Somali people.
Source of original article: Radio Dalsan FM 91.5 MHz – News In English (www.radiodalsan.com).
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