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By Michael Travis —— Bio and Archives December 5, 2008

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Somali men missing all over the world! Training are they?

We reported to you last week that as many as 40 Somali young men are missing from the Minneapolis area and are believed to have gone to terrorist training camps either in Somalia or elsewhere to supposedly prepare to fight in the civil war in their homeland. 

Keep in mind these American men came here originally as refugee boys who we have fed, educated, housed and kept healthy, for what?  To blow themselves (and innocent people) to bits like their buddy Ahmed did recently?

Now, comes a story from FOX today (Hat tip:  Blulitespecial) that Somali young men have turned up missing in other western countries as well as Australia.  And, look who knows all about it—Omar Jamal, who else.  He has got a pulse on the whole world!

I’ve come across 10 to 15 mothers crying because their sons are missing,” said Omar Jamal, executive director of the Minneapolis-based Somali Justice Advocacy Center.

A senior U.S. military intelligence analyst said the number may be even higher, since not all of the families whose sons have gone abroad will report it.

Jamal said the Somali community has seen young men disappear in a number of countries across the world, including Canada, the Netherlands and Australia. Multiple sources within the Somali community have corroborated this account.

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Michael Travis is a Intelligence analyst who has written for defence journals in the U.K., Europe, and Israel. He is currently a senior analyst for a U.S. based corporation.



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