By Souad Sbai
Documents showing that the Qatari agent in Somalia, Fahd Al-Yassin, is involved in terrorist acts aimed at preventing the Somali intelligence agency from fulfilling its duties, have been discovered.
In addition, the secret Qatari agent confessed to taking part in the disclosure of confidential information. These documents belong to General Abdullah Abdullah, the former deputy director of the Somali National Intelligence and Security Agency who was kicked out of word and deprived of his military rank by order of the Somali President Mohammed Abdullah Farmajo.
In his document, Abdullah Abdullah also accuses the Director General of the agency, Hussein Osman Hussein, and his deputy, Fahd Al-Yassin, of being fully coordinated with the Somali terrorist youth movement between 2014-2015 and 2016-2017, expressing his willingness to provide useful elements to the judiciary.
The document appeared after Somali President Mohammed Abdullah Farmajo issued a presidential decree kicking Abdullah Abdullah out of the agency and depriving him of his military ranks. He was accused of violating the rules of the Somali Armed Forces and also those of the National Security Regulations.