Jihad Rapper ripps of MC-Mujahideen

Ein amerikanisches Mitglied und Rapper der al-Qaida nahestehenden al-Shabab Mudschahidin-Bewegung wird von seinen ehemaligen Kollegen beschuldigt, seine Reime nicht selbst geschrieben zu haben und vom einem anderen amerikanischen Mudschahidin abgerippt zu haben. Wenn sich al-Qaida jetzt wegen Geistigem Eigentum rumstreitet, dann ist die Welt wieder in Ordnung.

Omar Hammami, or Abu Mansour al-Amriki, is one of the highest-profile Americans to ever join an al-Qaida affiliate. He quickly established himself as a unique sort of English-language propagandist for Somalia’s al-Shabab. “Land by land / and war by war / only gonna make our black flag soar / drip by drip / shot by shot / only gonna give us the death we sought,” he rapped in 2009. […] But last year, Hammami had an abrupt falling out with al-Shabab. He recorded a YouTube clip in March warning that his “life may be in danger” by his former allies. […]

“Worth noting here also is that the Jihadi rap Nasheeds, ‘Send Me A Cruise’ and ‘Make Jihad With Me,’ that are often erroneously attributed to Abu Mansur are the work of another Muhajir — another American Mujahid — but, of course, Abu Mansur would never say otherwise since the Nasheeds ‘perfect’ and complement his projected self-image,” Abu Hamza Al-Muhajir wrote.

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