Islamic State Thriving in Somalia: UN Report

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An Islamic State faction in Somalia has grown significantly over the past year, carrying out attacks in Puntland and receiving some funding from Syria and Iraq, a report by UN sanctions monitors said Friday. The faction loyal to Sheikh Abdulqader Mumin was targeted by US drone strikes last week in the first US operation targeting IS…

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2 Thoughts to “Islamic State Thriving in Somalia: UN Report”

  1. Randall

    I’m not surprised that ISIS is expanding in Somalia. There is plenty of room since HALF of Somalia is now in the U.S.

  2. lb

    Not our problem. PAST TIME other countries, specifically the host country here and others in Africa/Europe deal with these issues–we need to wash our hands of this and walk away.