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    Hormuud telecom and Al-Shabaab's Strategy of Destroying Mobile Communication Masts

    Hormuud's Assault on African Peacekeepers Figure 14: African Peace Keepers Hormuud launched a scorching public campaign against the Kenyan military forces in AMISOM in late August 2019.

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Hormuud's Assault on African Peacekeepers Figure 14: African Peace Keepers Hormuud launched a scorching public campaign against the Kenyan military forces in AMISOM in late August 2019. It became demonstrably clear from this assault on African peace-keepers that the company was part of a triple alliance with Al-Shabaab and the Federal Government in Villa Somalia. In its wake, the campaign would expose the company's corporate strategies to capture and manipulate the Somali government, public institutions, diaspora, Al-Shabaab and other dark forces in the Somali underworld to pursue its interests—which worked against the public interest of the Somali people.
In late August, Hormuud issued a series of statement in social and mainstream media alleging that unspecified units of the Kenya Defense Forces in the AMISOM contingent were directly or indirectly involved in bombing and destroying its masts in Gedo region of Jubaland State.
In making this allegation, Hormuud latched on a well-heeled tactic widely used by the Al-Shabaab in its warfare against the African forces after 2012.
The strategy involved destroying telecommunication masts with the aim of paralyzing exchange of information among security officers, intelligence personnel, and residents.
communication masts in northern Kenya. On January 20, 2018: Al-Shabaab militants destroyed a Telecom communication mast located in Elwak, Mandera County, on Saturday at 2am, disrupting communication in the area.
On July 10, 2018, it attacked and destroyed a strategic ‘mediated cross-border communication –base Telecom Destroys 13th Kenya’s Safaricom BTS Mast Site, was Involved in Dusit D2 Terrorist Attack
Daily nation, "Al-Shabaab destroys telcom mast in Mandera,” 2018.
transmission station (BTS) mast owned and operated by Safaricom, in Hamey, Garissa County of Kenya. The terrorists also attempted to attack the area administration police camp, but were repulsed by border security and patrol forces.
Sources indicated that Hormuud has used Al-Shabaab militants to destroy mast of rival companies as part of its strategy to gain complete
Destroyed Communication Mast in Elwak Town, Mandera
monopoly in Somalia. Since 2018, it has extended this strategy to AMISOM controlled areas in Jubaland State. Even more ambitious, it has moved to shut out Kenyan telecommunication companies 50-100 Kilometres into Counties occupied by ethnic Somali population in Northern Kenya.

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Hormuud telecom and Al-Shabaab's Strategy of Destroying Mobile Communication Masts

Hormuud's Assault on African Peacekeepers Figure 14: African Peace Keepers Hormuud launched a scorching public campaign against the Kenyan military forces in AMISOM in late August 2019.

Hormuud Telecom, Taaj Express, Salaam Bank iyo Dahabshiil Money Transfer directly pay taxes to Al-Shabaab.

But Al-Shabaab derives the bulk of its funding for its operations from taxing business people and most lucrative companies in Mogadishu and control of most businesses in rural Somalia. 51 -Over the years, the terrorist group has established a well-structured and oiled taxation infrastructure supported by courts, road tolls, and loyal revenue payers. At the edge of the knife, the group's operatives demands that all business people and companies pay tax to its agents.

Al-Shabaab collected an estimated $20 million dollars from South Somalia alone - Per month

Al-Shabaab is more than just a terrorist group. In 2011, its annual revenue was in the region of $70–100 million per year. In 2018, the President of the Somali Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) confirmed that Al-Shabaab collected an estimated $20 million dollars from South Somalia alone.

Hormuud Telecom pays an estimated $200,000 every month to the Al-Shabaab

"Hormuud pays an estimated $200,000 every month to the Al-Shabaab", said a former head of Amniyat and now a top official of Somali government intelligence agency tracking Al-Shabaab movements.

Somalia A Divided Legacy: Hormuud Telecom and Political Islam

The Chairman of Hormuud Telecom Group Ahmed Nur Ali Jim'ale was a kingpin in Al-Shabaab's charcoal-sugar trading cycle that funded its activities. In September 2010, he founded ZAAD, a mobile-to-mobile money-transfer business that struck a deal with Al-Shabaab to make money transfers more anonymous by eliminating the need to show identification.

Hormuud telecom and Al-Shabaab's Strategy of Destroying Mobile Communication Masts

Hormuud's Assault on African Peacekeepers Figure 14: African Peace Keepers Hormuud launched a scorching public campaign against the Kenyan military forces in AMISOM in late August 2019. Full Article

 

Hormuud Telecom, Taaj Express, Salaam Bank iyo Dahabshiil Money Transfer directly pay taxes to Al-Shabaab.

But Al-Shabaab derives the bulk of its funding for its operations from taxing business people and most lucrative companies in Mogadishu and control of most businesses in rural Somalia. 51 -Over the years, the terrorist group has established a well-structured and oiled taxation infrastructure supported by courts, road tolls, and loyal revenue payers. At the edge of the knife, the group's operatives demands that all business people and companies pay tax to its agents. Full Article

 

Al-Shabaab collected an estimated $20 million dollars from South Somalia alone - Per month

Al-Shabaab is more than just a terrorist group. In 2011, its annual revenue was in the region of $70–100 million per year. In 2018, the President of the Somali Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) confirmed that Al-Shabaab collected an estimated $20 million dollars from South Somalia alone. Full Article

 

Hormuud Telecom pays an estimated $200,000 every month to the Al-Shabaab

"Hormuud pays an estimated $200,000 every month to the Al-Shabaab", said a former head of Amniyat and now a top official of Somali government intelligence agency tracking Al-Shabaab movements. Full Article

 

Somalia A Divided Legacy: Hormuud Telecom and Political Islam

The Chairman of Hormuud Telecom Group Ahmed Nur Ali Jim'ale was a kingpin in Al-Shabaab's charcoal-sugar trading cycle that funded its activities. In September 2010, he founded ZAAD, a mobile-to-mobile money-transfer business that struck a deal with Al-Shabaab to make money transfers more anonymous by eliminating the need to show identification. Full Article

 

Hormuud telecom and Al-Shabaab's Strategy of Destroying Mobile Communication Masts

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