Three days mourning for 231 dead in Somalia’s biggest terror attack

The death toll from twin bomb blasts in the heart of the Somali capital of Mogadishu Saturday jumped to 231, with more than 200 wounded, making it the biggest terror attack the country has seen. President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmaajo declared three days of national mourning and called for donations of blood and funds for the victims. A truck bomb exploded outside a hotel in the K5 intersection, followed two hours later by another blast in the Medina district. There was no claim of responsibility, although the Al Qaeda-affiliated Shabaab stages regular terrorist attacks in the country.


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2 thoughts on “Three days mourning for 231 dead in Somalia’s biggest terror attack

  • Oct 15, 2017 @ 20:38 at 20:38

    A bomb by some muslim terror group went off in Somalia killing 231, and injuring who knows how many. If this attack happened to the Israeli’s or the americans, it probably would have been an act of war. But the Somalis are so poor, and lack an organized military and international influence, that foreign funded terrorist organizations can rape, murder, and forcibly convert millions of africans without their ability to do anything about it. Meanwhile black America and Europe remain completely focused, distracted, and manipulated into mindlessly attacking white people for the white billionaires who are using them as tools of oppression. They rob americans of their economic freedom and wealth (easily throttled by the number of illegal immigrants) and give cover to Jewish billionaires by claiming you can’t say racist things because its offensive to blacks and muslims. Giving black people worldwide no advocates for their human rights, and no access to the American and European media, because their people in America and Europe are ashamed of them, and don’t want people to realize that black people are poor in Africa because it might harm their efforts at attaining equal jobs and benefits out of the white people. A great evil, selfishness, and ignorance. In G-d I trust.


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