British jihadi bids to be leader of Islamic State

Sunday, July 16, 2017
By Paul Martin

A FRONTRUNNER to be the new leader of Islamic State is a British jihadi linked to the murder of soldier Lee Rigby.

Sun, Jul 16, 2017

Abdul Qadir Mumin, who is believed to be one of the radical Islamists who inspired Drummer Rigby’s murderer Michael Adebolajo and a friend of “Jihadi John”, declared a new IS caliphate in Somalia last year.

Now experts have warned that the warlord, described as “eloquent and persuasive”, is using the death of IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi to become leader of all of Islamic State.

With IS already beaten in Iraq, and its days numbered in Syria, it is feared he wants Somalia to become the new heartland from which to infiltrate migrant smuggling routes and launch terror attacks in Europe.

Terror expert Professor Candyce Kelshall said yesterday: “Over the past few days Abdul Mumin has been making a big effort with media messages through IS recruiting networks to push the message across that Somalia is the new Caliphate.

“Because he has preached in British mosques, because he has lived in Britain, his message has a particular resonance with British converts and Islamists.”

The warning follows separate claims that Somali pirate kingpins are working with Islamist terrorists to smuggle fighters and arms from Yemen.

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