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Jihadist Training All Female Suicide Team!!

Interesting Article: "Samantha Lewthwaite 'recruiting all-women terror squads'" by Mike Pflanz / Mombasa published Sunday, July 8th, 2012

An interesting article mentioned that Samantha Lewthwaite, the British terror suspect on the run from police in East Africa, is in Somalia recruiting and training all-women attack squads, The Daily Telegraph has learnt. Lewthwaite, the widow of Jermaine Lindsay, one of the 7/7 bombers, fled Kenya's main coast city, Mombasa, last December after police stumbled upon a plot to attack tourist hotels with chemical bombs. Would you like to know more?

The 28-year-old woman is the widow of Germaine Lindsay, a suicide bomber who killed 26 people when he blew up a London subway train during the coordinated terror attacks of July 7, 2005. This earned her the nickname "White Widow" in the British press.

But according to a blog entry on a website used by the Muslim Youth Centre, a radical Kenyan pro-jihadi movement, she is in Somalia and has been connected to terror attacks in East Africa.
The entry, which is anonymous but appears to be written by a female sympathizer in Tanzania, says that Lewthwaite is known in terror circles as "Dada Mzungu", which means "white sister" in Swahili. "More than five times our 'Dada Mzungu' has defeated the kuffar [non-Muslims] in Kenya and Tanzania," she writes. The blog entry goes on to say that "the kuffar calls her 'black widow' but we call her Dada Mzungu tormentor of the kuffar." "She is one of the many female Anmiyat ordained by Allah to torment the kuffar in East Africa," it says. Kenyan police sources in Mombasa confirmed that according to their intelligence, Lewthwaite was in southern Somalia, where she is being protected by al-Shabaab, the country's militant Islamist army.

The fresh revelations came as details of a diary that Lewthwaite kept before she fled Kenya yesterday showed that she wanted her children to become "mujahid" or holy warriors. The Daily Telegraph first revealed the existence of Lewthwaite's diary in March. In it, she kept notes that appeared to be plans for a book about being the wife of an Islamic holy warrior and how to stay true to plans for jihad and not tell even your closest family.
Lewthwaite, who is believed to be under the protection of the Somali terrorist group al-Shabaab, has been fleeing an international dragnet with her three children since December after being implicated by authorities in an Islamist plot to bomb hotels in Kenya.

Police are looking for six Kenyans believed to be planning attacks on mosques in Nairobi, Mombasa, and Garissa in an attempt to spark religious hatred. It is not clear when and how the six entered the country from Somalia, where Al Shabaab foreign fighters are on the run from African Union and Transitional Federal Government forces. Kenyan sympathizers helping keep her hidden responded to the new hunt by claiming that Lewthwaite has fled to Somalia for a second time. “We know she is safe back in Somalia,” the Al Shabaab affiliated Muslim Youth Centre (MYC) wrote on Twitter on Thursday evening, just hours after President Kibaki released a statement warning terrorists of all stripes: “We will hunt you down. We will not relent in our pursuit or be intimidated.” The statement accompanied changes in the leadership of the Provincial Administration and the police in North Eastern and Coast regions.

In June, Kenya police said a woman matching Lewthwaite's description had been seen in Mombasa shortly before a grenade attack on that killed three and left 25 injured.



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