Ex-Somali MP Behind UN Mogadishu Attack Described Legislators As "Apostates"

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Thursday July 28, 2016 - 14:58:00 in News In English by Xafiiska Muqdisho
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    Ex-Somali MP Behind UN Mogadishu Attack Described Legislators As "Apostates"

    Ex- Somali Member of Parliament behind the car bomb attack at the United Nations gate in Mogadishu believed members of the Somali National Assembly were "apostates".

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Ex- Somali Member of Parliament behind the car bomb attack at the United Nations gate in Mogadishu believed members of the Somali National Assembly were "apostates".

Salah Nur Ismail, also known as Salah Badabado, described fellow MPs as "apostates” serving the interests of the foreign occupation shortly before his defection. 

In a separate address released online moments before driving himself to death in a car loaded with explosives, the former legislator condemns his own sons for taking a "cowardly” path after declining to join him in the "pro-Al-Shabaab war”.

The man, who graduated from several institutions now controlled by the Al-Shabaab armed group and who headed key learning centres for a while before his death, was born in Sanag region and schooled in Northern part of Somalia, now referred to as Somaliland.

More than 20 people are believed to have been killed in the twin car bomb explosion in the capital of Mogadishu on Tuesday. 

The attacks appeared to target the UN compound and the entrance of the Mogadishu International Airport.
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