Al Shabaab ‘fires two members of executive council’ after they pushed to stop attacks on civilians

Al Shabaab ‘fires two members of executive council’ after they pushed to stop attacks on civilians.

Somali jihadist group Al-Shabaab has expelled top members of its executive council after they expressed concern over attacks against civilians, according to Somalia’s intelligence agency.

Attacks on civilians have intensified in the past year in the East African country, and the group are thought to have struck nearly 800 times in 2019.

Attacks on civilians have intensified in the past year in the East African country, and the group are thought to have struck nearly 800 times in 2019.