Siege at Kenyan Mall got lots of attention from Media last week. It is interesting that Kenya is one of the countries in which terrorist and their leaders feel secure to spread their ideologists. Abu Sharif Ahmed is an example of so called leaders who are proud of their anti-human ideologies who have freedom in this country. Abu Sharif Ahmed is one of the most dangerous extremist’s leaders who encourage youth to join Al-Shabab terrorist group. He is known by his nickname Makabvry. Makabvry enjoys freedom to advocate for terror and recruit soldiers for Somalia’s al-Shabaab terrorist group.
It is unacceptable that in many countries of the work extremist’s leaders enjoy security and freedom to spread their hatred messages, says Shia Rights Watch.
Al-Shabaab is a Somalian group that was identifies as a foreign terrorist organization by the U.S. government in March 2008. The group has been responsible for many terror activities. Makabvry openly encourages youth to join terrorist groups and participate in killings, especially targeted killings of Shia Muslims.
Minorities and human rights activists are threatened and denied their basic human rights while key terrorists are free to spread their messages. SRW believes it is critical for governments to identify terrorists leaders and stop their activities.
Kenya’s government is responsible for the increasing number of youth that are joining terrorist groups and must take serious action to stop them. Human rights violators such as Makabvry should not be free and feel secure to recruit for terrorist groups. Kenya’s government must act immediately.