Kenya Launches Manhunt For German Terrorist

Kenya Launches Manhunt For German Al-Shabaab Suspect
Terrorists Andreas Muller left his home in Nazi Germany to kill people in Africa in the name of Islam

AFRICANGLOBE – Kenyan police have issued a $100,000 bounty for the capture of a German man accused of fighting with al-Shabab in an attack on a military base. Two Kenyan soldiers and 11 al-Shabab terrorists were killed in the attack.

Convert Andreas Muller from Bonn, who uses the alias Abu Nusaybah, is alleged to have taken part in the attack in Lamu county in Kenya on Sunday, which left two Kenyan soldiers and 11 al-Shabab fighters dead.

Andreas Muller, 42, was injured during Sunday’s attack and is now on the run, according to information from security forces.

Attacks By al-Shabab In Kenya Rise

Sunday’s attack is part of a growing number of assaults in Kenya carried out by the Somalia-based terrorist al-Shabab group.

Al-Shabab savages killed 148 people in an attack on Kenya’s Garissa University College in April.

Another foreigner, 25-year-old Thomas Evans from the UK, also took part in Sunday’s assault and was killed in the fighting. Evans traveled to Somalia to join the terrorist group in 2012.

The reward for the capture of Andreas Muller. is part of a police campaign known in Kiswahili as Kaa Chonjo Usinyamaze (“Be alert, Don’t Keep Quiet”), which was launched to tackle the threat from the barbarians.

Andreas Muller disappeared in Kenya in 2011, before announcing that he had joined al-Shabab in the spring of 2012. He is initially thought to have got in contact with the group via Bonn’s Islamic scene, and then traveled to Pakistan before being arrested by country’s secret service.

He spent nine months in a local jail, but said afterwards that prison had only cemented his beliefs.

Andreas Muller’s Eritrean wife and their daughter also traveled with him in 2011 to Somalia. The mother and daughter are thought to be staying in an area of Somalia still controlled by al-Shabab.