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Al-Shabaab Terrorist Organization's Attacks on Kenya: Rationale and Dynamics

Since the establishment of the al-Shabaab terrorist group in 2004, it has been the most serious threat for sustaining peace and security in Somalia. So far, it has killed more than 2.000 people in Somalia and East Africa. The terrorist group has not only posed security threats for Somalia but also created threats and challenges for the security of the regions and the Western interests in Africa. On 22 November 2014, Somalia terrorist group Al-Shabaab killed 28 passengers in the bus attack in the town of Mandera near the Kenyan-Somali border, the north-east of Kenya. The Al-Shabaab also killed 67 civilians and wounded 175 persons at the Westgate shopping mall in the city of Westland in Nairobi on 23 September 2013. Al-Shabaab has particularly increased its attacks in Kenya and in East Africa since 2011.
There are internal and external driving forces behind terrorist attacks and the emergence of the al-Shabaab terrorist group in Somalia. The first dynamic is the socio-economic developmen…

Abdurrahim Siradag is Interviewed for the Chinese Magazine Sanlian Lifeweek

Sanlian LifeWeek, one of the most widely circulated weekly magazines in China with 300,000 readers per week in more than 30 Chinese big cities. It is published by Sanlian Publishing House of China Publishing Group. Sanlian Publishing House was founded in the 1930s and is one of China's largest publishing houses of long history. Owing a wide range of readers from middle class and intellectuals, the magazine reports cover a wide range of topic issues from politics, economy and society to lifestyles, architectures, drama and films, antiques, travelling, etc. Here is a link to the website:

Abdurrahim Siradag is interviewed  by the journalist Zou Shan from Sanlian LifeWeek.
The interview was about the terrorist attacks in Kenya and Somalia carried out by the terrorist organization al-Shabaab.
Date:  27 November 2014