15 August 2019
by HASSAN CHER HARED
information received from the close advisers of the Djibouti presidency confirmed that the leader of the Somali faction of Daesh or the Islamic State Sheikh Abdulqaadir Mumin was treated in Djibouti in May 2019.
Sheikh Abdulqadir Mumin is seriously ill in the mountains of Galgala, Puntland. Its fighters from the Somali faction of Daesh brought it back to the city of Ceerigaabo or Erigavo, which is the capital and largest city of the Sanaag region, in northeastern Somaliland. From there, Somaliland’s paramilitary forces known as the RRU escorted him to Lughaya. In Lughaya it was Colonel Mohamed Djama Doualeh, commander of the Republican Guard, who dispatched a unit from his body with an ambulance.
Sheikh Abdulqadir Mumin was housed in a villa in Haramous, not far from Ismail Omar Guelleh’s palace, and it was Somali Daesh fighters and two members of the Republican Guard who accompanied him to Peltier Hospital and military hospital “Omar Hassan al-Bashir”. Somali Daesh fighters had permission from Ismail Omar Guelleh to use their weapons if Western forces tried to arrest Sheikh Abdulqadir Mumin.
As soon as he recovered, Ismael Omar Guelleh, gave him a packet of money and he made the same way back to return to the mountains of Galgala, in Puntland.
Sheikh Abdulqadir Mumin had emigrated to the Netherlands where he obtained Dutch nationality. Then he moved to England. It was around 2013 that he decided to join Al-Shabab and on October 23, 2015, Sheikh Abdulqaadir Mumin announced that he had separated from Al-Shabab and that his group pledged allegiance to Daesh or the state. Islamic. The Somali faction of Daesh has created hidden centers of jihadist formations in the Galgala Mountains of the state Puntland region. The faction carries out surprise attacks and terrorist attacks in Somalia. His wife, who had tried to join him in 2016, was arrested in Bossaso City and subjected to severe interrogations.