Somalia artillery shells strike Mogadishu caused by Al-Shabab

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The sound of artillery was heard tonight in some districts of the Banadir region, which expressed strong fear among the people living in the capital of Mogadishu.

About ten artillery shells fell in different districts of the capital, but it is not known where they fell officially.

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It is also not yet known if there is any damage caused by the artillery.

Most of the Al-Shabab terrorist group carry out these types of attacks in Mogadishu, with the aim of disrupting security, as they have no target for their artillery to hit the capital.

The people living in Mogadishu suffer the most from the artillery attacks by the Al-Shabab group in Mogadishu, but Al-Shabab terrorists are proud that they targeted government officials.

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The artillery attack that took place tonight in Mogadishu is coming, as the holy month of Ramadan has begun.

Since Hassan Sheikh Mohamoud was elected in 15 May 2022 the Al-Shabab terrorist group increase their attacks when the holy month of Ramadan is reached, which is a month of worship that the Islamic nations love very much.

The Somali government has not yet succeeded in controlling the artillery attacks by Al-Shabab in Mogadishu, and it is believed that mortars will be fired in or around the capital to hit the people of Mogadishu.