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Abu Ubaidah (Direye)
Up to $6 Million Reward
Dir


Abu Ubaidah (Direye) is the leader of al-Shabaab. Al-Shabaab spokesman, Ahmed Abdi aw Mohamed, announced Abu Ubaidah as the group’s leader on September 6, 2014, after the death of former al-Shabaab emir Ahmed Abdi aw-Mohamed (Godane). Abu Ubaidah was part of Godane’s inner circle at the time of Godane’s death. The United Nations (UN) subjected him to sanctions pursuant to paragraph 8 of UN Security Council Resolution 1844 on September 24, 2014.

He is believed to subscribe to Godane’s view that al-Shabaab is more than a Somali nationalist movement and instead is one front in al-Qaida’s global jihad.

As the emir, Abu Ubaidah is directly responsible for al-Shabaab’s activities, which continue to threaten the peace, security, and stability of Somalia and U.S. interests in the region. He is believed to be in his forties and is a member of the Dir clan from the Kismayo region of Somalia.

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Hassan Afgooye
Up to $5 Million Reward


Hassan Afgooye oversees a complex financial network whose activities range from fake charities and fundraising to racketeering, and kidnapping in support of all al-Shabaab’s activities. Afgooye is considered one of the key leaders in al-Shabaab and critical to its continuing operations.
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Ma’alim Daud
Up to $5 Million Reward
HAWIYE/Ayr clan


Ma’alim Daud is responsible for the planning, recruitment, training, and operations against the Government of Somalia and Western targets.

Daud speaks English, Arabic, and Somali. He also goes by the names Salad Karate, Daud, Ma’alin Abdirahman, and Abdifatah. Daud is from the Hawiye/Ayr clan and has primarily resided in the lower Shabelle region of Somalia.

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Ibrahim Haji Jama
Up to $5 Million Reward


Ibrahim Haji Jama is another founder of Harakat Shabaab al-Mujahidin and a senior leader in al-Shabaab. As widely reported, in May 2010, Jama headed al-Shabaab’s Jubba Valley administration from Kismayo. He spent several years fighting in Afghanistan, earning him the alias al-Afghani (the Afghan).

Al-Shabaab was the militant wing of the Somali Council of Islamic Courts that took over most of southern Somalia in the second half of 2006. Al-Shabaab has continued its violent insurgency in southern and central Somalia. The group has claimed responsibility for many bombings—including various types of suicide attacks—in Mogadishu and in central and northern Somalia, typically targeting Somali Government officials and perceived allies of the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) of Somalia. Al-Shabaab was likely responsible for a wave of five coordinated suicide car bombings in October 2008 that simultaneously hit targets in two cities in northern Somalia, killing at least 26 people and injuring 29 others. Al-Shabaab was responsible for the twin suicide bombings in Kampala, Uganda, on July 11, 2010, which killed more than 70 people, including one American. The group is responsible for the assassination of Somali peace activists, international aid workers, numerous civil society figures, and journalists. In February 2012, al-Shabaab and al-Qaida announced their formal alliance.

The U.S. Department of State named al-Shabaab a Foreign Terrorist Organization under Section 219 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (as amended) on February 26, 2008, and a Specially Designated Global Terrorist entity under Executive Order 13224 on February 29, 2008.

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Mahad Karate
Up to $5 Million Reward


Deputy leader (emir) Mahad Karate, also known as Abdirahman Mohamed Warsame, played a key role in the Amniyat, the wing of al-Shabaab responsible for assassinations and the April 2, 2015 attack on Garissa University College that resulted in 150 deaths. The al-Shabaab’s intelligence wing is involved in the execution of suicide attacks and assassinations in Somalia, Kenya and other countries in the region and provides logistics and support for al-Shabaab terrorist operations throughout the Horn of Africa.

Karate believed to be in his forties.

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Fuad Mohamed Khalaf
Up to $5 Million Reward
SOMALI/SWEDISH


Fuad Mohamed Khalaf (Fuad Shongale) has facilitated financial support to al-Shabaab; in May 2008, he held two fundraising events for al-Shabaab at mosques in Kismaayo, Somalia. In April 2008, Khalaf and several other individuals directed vehicle-borne explosive device attacks on Ethiopian bases and Transitional Federal Government (TFG) elements in Mogadishu, Somalia. In May 2008, Khalaf and a group of fighters attacked and captured a police station in Mogadishu, killing and wounding several soldiers. In April 2010, Khalaf was designated by the U.S. Department of the Treasury under Executive Order 13536 for contributing to the violence and the deterioration of security in Somalia.

Al-Shabaab was the militant wing of the Somali Council of Islamic Courts that took over most of southern Somalia in the second half of 2006. Al-Shabaab has continued its violent insurgency in southern and central Somalia. The group has claimed responsibility for many bombings—including various types of suicide attacks—in Mogadishu and in central and northern Somalia, typically targeting Somali Government officials and perceived allies of the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) of Somalia. Al-Shabaab was likely responsible for a wave of five coordinated suicide car bombings in October 2008 that simultaneously hit targets in two cities in northern Somalia, killing at least 26 people and injuring 29 others. Al-Shabaab was responsible for the twin suicide bombings in Kampala, Uganda, on July 11, 2010, which killed more than 70 people, including one American. The group is responsible for the assassination of Somali peace activists, international aid workers, numerous civil society figures, and journalists. In February 2012, al-Shabaab and al-Qaida announced their formal alliance.

The U.S. Department of State named al-Shabaab a Foreign Terrorist Organization under Section 219 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (as amended) on February 26, 2008, and a Specially Designated Global Terrorist entity under Executive Order 13224 on February 29, 2008.

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Bashir Mohamed Mahamoud
Up to $5 Million Reward


Bashir Mohamed Mahamoud is a military commander of Harakat Shabaab al-Mujahidin (al-Shabaab). As of late 2008, he was also one of approximately 10 members on al-Shabaab’s leadership council. Mahamoud and an associate were in charge of the June 10, 2009 mortar attack against the Somali Transitional Federal Government (TFG) in Mogadishu. Additionally, as of 2007, he coordinated al-Qaida activity in Somalia. In April 2010, Mahamoud was designated by the U.S. Department of the Treasury under Executive Order 13536 for contributing to the violence and the deterioration of security in Somalia.

Al-Shabaab was the militant wing of the Somali Council of Islamic Courts that took over most of southern Somalia in the second half of 2006. Al-Shabaab has continued its violent insurgency in southern and central Somalia. The group has claimed responsibility for many bombings—including various types of suicide attacks—in Mogadishu and in central and northern Somalia, typically targeting Somali Government officials and perceived allies of the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) of Somalia. Al-Shabaab was likely responsible for a wave of five coordinated suicide car bombings in October 2008 that simultaneously hit targets in two cities in northern Somalia, killing at least 26 people and injuring 29 others. Al-Shabaab was responsible for the twin suicide bombings in Kampala, Uganda, on July 11, 2010, which killed more than 70 people, including one American. The group is responsible for the assassination of Somali peace activists, international aid workers, numerous civil society figures, and journalists. In February 2012, al-Shabaab and al-Qaida announced their formal alliance.

The U.S. Department of State named al-Shabaab a Foreign Terrorist Organization under Section 219 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (as amended) on February 26, 2008, and a Specially Designated Global Terrorist entity under Executive Order 13224 on February 29, 2008.

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Jafar
Up to $3 Million Reward
Distinguishing feature: Missing one eye.


Jafar, also known as Amar, is an al-Shabaab facilitator and operational planner. He has served as a deputy to Abdikadir Mohamed Abdikadir, AKA Ikrima.

Al-Shabaab was the militant wing of the Somali Council of Islamic courts that took over most of southern Somalia in the second half of 2006. Al-Shabaab has continued its violent insurgency in southern and central Somalia. The group has claimed responsibility for many bombings – including various types of suicide attacks – in Mogadishu and in central and northern Somalia, typically targeting Somali government officials and perceived allies of the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) of Somalia. Al-Shabaab was responsible for the twin suicide bombings in Kampala, Uganda, on July 11, 2010, which killed more than 70 people, including one American. The group has also assassinated Somali peace activists, international aid workers, numerous civil society figures, and journalists.

The U.S. Department of State named al-Shabaab a Foreign Terrorist Organization under Section 219 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (as amended) on February 26, 2008, and a Specially Designated Global Terrorist entity under Executive Order 13224 on February 29, 2008. In February 2012, al-Shabaab and al-Qaida announced their formal alliance.

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Yasin Kilwe
Up to $3 Million Reward
Clan: Darood/ Dulbahante/ Warsengeli/ Dubays/ Hanif


Yasin Kilwe is al-Shabaab’s emir for Puntland, in northern Somalia. As the leader of the Galgala Hills militia in the Golis mountains, Kilwe pledged allegiance to al-Shabaab and al-Qaida in a recorded statement publicized by an al-Shabaab-controlled radio station in late February 2012. Al-Shabaab emir Ahmed Abdi aw-Godane officially appointed Kilwe al-Shabaab’s leader in the region. Kilwe is from the Dubays clan, a subclan of Warsangali. He has been accused of planning attacks targeting Puntland security officials.

Al-Shabaab was the militant wing of the Somali Council of Islamic Courts that took over most of southern Somalia in the second half of 2006. Al-Shabaab has continued its violent insurgency in southern and central Somalia. The group has claimed responsibility for many bombings—including various types of suicide attacks—in Mogadishu and in central and northern Somalia, typically targeting Somali Government officials and perceived allies of the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) of Somalia. Al-Shabaab was likely responsible for a wave of five coordinated suicide car bombings in October 2008 that simultaneously hit targets in two cities in northern Somalia, killing at least 26 people and injuring 29 others. Al-Shabaab was responsible for the twin suicide bombings in Kampala, Uganda, on July 11, 2010, which killed more than 70 people, including one American. The group is responsible for the assassination of Somali peace activists, international aid workers, numerous civil society figures, and journalists. In February 2012, al-Shabaab and al-Qaida announced their formal alliance.

The U.S. Department of State named al-Shabaab a Foreign Terrorist Organization under Section 219 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (as amended) on February 26, 2008, and a Specially Designated Global Terrorist entity under Executive Order 13224 on February 29, 2008.

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Maalim Salman
Up to $3 Million Reward


Maalim Salman was chosen by now deceased al-Shabaab leader Ahmed Abdi aw-Mohamed (Godane) to be the head of African foreign fighters for al-Shabaab. He has trained al-Shabaab’s non-Somali operatives and has been involved in operations in Africa targeting tourists, entertainment establishments, and churches.

Although focused mainly on operations outside of Somalia, Salman is known to reside in Somalia and train foreign fighters in Somalia before dispatching them elsewhere. Among other terrorist attacks, al-Shabaab was responsible for the September 2013 attack on the Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya that left at least 65 people dead.

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Abdullahi Yare
Up to $3 Million Reward


Abdullahi Yare is the head of media for al-Shabaab. He also serves as deputy to Ahmed Abdi aw-Mohamed (Godane), the founder and emir of al-Shabaab.

Al-Shabaab was the militant wing of the Somali Council of Islamic Courts that took over most of southern Somalia in the second half of 2006. Al-Shabaab has continued its violent insurgency in southern and central Somalia. The group has claimed responsibility for many bombings—including various types of suicide attacks—in Mogadishu and in central and northern Somalia, typically targeting Somali Government officials and perceived allies of the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) of Somalia. Al-Shabaab was likely responsible for a wave of five coordinated suicide car bombings in October 2008 that simultaneously hit targets in two cities in northern Somalia, killing at least 26 people and injuring 29 others. Al-Shabaab was responsible for the twin suicide bombings in Kampala, Uganda, on July 11, 2010, which killed more than 70 people, including one American. The group is responsible for the assassination of Somali peace activists, international aid workers, numerous civil society figures, and journalists. In February 2012, al-Shabaab and al-Qaida announced their formal alliance.

The U.S. Department of State named al-Shabaab a Foreign Terrorist Organization under Section 219 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (as amended) on February 26, 2008, and a Specially Designated Global Terrorist entity under Executive Order 13224 on February 29, 2008.
 
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Here's a solution to suicide bombing. Extremists may not care about their own lives, but they do care about their families. So the government should say that anyone who joins Al-Shabab will have their mother pressed into the service of a brothel. They will think twice about blowing themselves up if they know their hooyo will get jizzed on by Somali teens. Better yet, put their sisters in the wh*rehouses of Uganda to get ni**er fucked. That will spell the end of suicide attacks believe me. It's hard to glorify martyrdom when your mother is a cum bucket.
 
Here's a solution to suicide bombing. Extremists may not care about their own lives, but they do care about their families. So the government should say that anyone who joins Al-Shabab will have their mother pressed into the service of a brothel. They will think twice about blowing themselves up if they know their hooyo will get jizzed on by Somali teens. Better yet, put their sisters in the wh*rehouses of Uganda to get ni**er fucked. That will spell the end of suicide attacks believe me. It's hard to glorify martyrdom when your mother is a cum bucket.
But their families didn't do anything, they're human beings that have feelings too you know? Extremely inhumane. You can't just punish people b/c someone they're related to did something.
 
But their families didn't do anything, they're human beings that have feelings too you know? Extremely inhumane. You can't just punish people b/c someone they're related to did something.
Their families did do something wrong. They failed to notify the authorities about their Salafi ideology. Most of them do not even try to argue them out of extremism. They think it's a credit to them to have a "wadaad" in their family. It should he a crime to fail to report family members with Saudi beliefs. And if they don't, they should be sent to AMISOM brothels, both mother and sister. As for their dads, force them to star in gay porn. Salafis are terrified of anything to do with sex. They will reform immediately.
 

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I declare these national traitors, whatever happens to them is justified for holding somalia back in the dark ages. If they want a saudi paycheck then i suggest we sell them as servants, so that they may be with their saudi masters.
 

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