ISIS terrorist offshoot grows more brazen, brutal


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(Worthy News) – An estimated 670,000 people displaced by the shadowy, brutal Islamist militant organization linked with the group known as al-Shabab, or “The Youth.” The Mozambique force has no known link to a similarly named group affiliated with al Qaeda in Somalia but has quickly earned a reputation as a growing threat to stability in Mozambique and other parts of the region.

If Islamic State leaders see themselves as a global brand for anti-Western jihadi , then Mozambique’s al-Shabab ranks as the brand’s hot new franchise.

Because of the violence, about 1 million people are facing severe hunger, aid officials say.

The militants are growing more brazen. Late last month, tens of thousands of civilians fled as militants began a siege of the northern coastal town of Palma, a hub for nearby international gas projects worth $60 billion. Dozens died as militants ambushed a convoy of vehicles. Witnesses told Reuters that bodies, some beheaded, lay in the streets for hours after a dayslong rampage through the city. [ Source: Washington Times (Read More…) ]

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