Three UAE soldiers killed in attack on Mogadishu military base

Radical Islamist Attack Kills Four Military Personnel in Mogadishu

Three members of the United Arab Emirates armed forces and a Bahraini army officer were killed in a militant attack on the General Gordon training base in the Somali capital Mogadishu. The radical Islamist group al-Shabab, linked to al-Qaeda, claimed responsibility for the attack. The UAE is considered an enemy of Allah by this group because it is helping the Somali authorities in their fight against this group.

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