| Uber driver identified as Somali war criminal who burned men alive, executed others approved
| Friday, May 17, 2019
Jihad Watch : Yusuf Abdi Ali, “an alleged Somali war criminal accused of burning
men alive and shooting a captor five times at point-blank range”, yet
still, “Uber and Lyft approved him to drive”.
There has been first hand accounts and media investigations
authenticating the identity of Ali. His passengers were at serious risk
because with that kind of background, no one knows what could provoke an
unleashing. The case of Ali, Uber and Lyft is an extraordinary embarrassment to
the FBI and Transportation Security Administration who did background
checks but no one in those organizations considered doing a simple
Western criminals who have gone through the court system and
convicted have actually committed far lesser atrocities than jihadists
overall, but yet remain behind bars (as they should be). Unfortunately,
jihadists are walking free among us. While media accounts do not confirm specifically that Yusuf Abdi Ali
was a jihadist, given the history and demographics of Somalia, it is
safe to say that he is. Unique about Somalia is the fact that it was an
Islamic country for the past 1,400 years and some 99%
of the population is Muslim.
It is also a country that has been savaged
by civil wars for the better part of the last several decades. Yusuf
Abdi Ali is described as a rebel in the late 80’s, of which Somalia was
under the leadership of Mohamed Siad Barre. Barre was overthrown during a bloody civil war in 1991, a war that Ali was engaged in as a rebel. Barre represented a scientific socialism
brand of Islam, which angered many Islamic splinter groups that deemed
Barre’s Islam to be a breakaway from Islamic orthodoxy.
One can now see
the resulting deterioration of Somalia–which by the way is blamed on colonialism.
Somalia is now a cesspool of of jihadist groups, seeking dominance.
The best known jihadi group is al-Shabaab, which declared allegiance to al-Qaeda in 2012. An eyewitness account of jihadi Ali….
“He caught my brother. He tied him to a military vehicle
and dragged him behind,” one witness to Ali’s alleged atrocities in
Somalia said in a 1992 documentary produced by the Canadian Broadcasting
Corp. “He shredded him into pieces.” Another witness said, “Two men
were caught, tied to a tree. Oil was poured on them and they were burnt
alive. I saw it with my own eyes.”
Ali’s case represents the dilemma in identifying peaceful civilians
from gross enemy combatants within Western borders, of which the latter
is infiltrated by enemy combatants–a development unaddressed by the
outdated Geneva Convention. It is disturbing to think that one’s Uber
driver may well be a mass murderer and has tortured innocents.
populist countries such as Hungary and Italy have been
responsible enough to secure their borders to keep out enemy combatants
(jihadists) while globalists seek open borders, despite the threats to
public safety and to their constitutions. “Uber driver accused of being a Somali war criminal”, by Lia Eustachewich, New York Post, May 15, 2019:
Read it all here........................
|posted by Major D Swami (Retired) @ 12:03 PM