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Mauritius: Authorities seek help from Interpol to locate a Mauritian citizen left for jihad in Syria

Mauritius: Authorities seek help from Interpol to locate a Mauritian citizen left for jihad in Syria
The Prime Minister's Office is still working behind the scenes to activate its networks and quickly locate a fundamentalist Mauritian Muslim, 41 years of age, near the Salafist and Wahhabi movement, which would have gone to Syria in July via Dubai to combat and for jihad.

The Mauritian authorities have also sought the help of Interpol and intelligence services of friendly countries and Dubai to find the more quickly the trace of their citizen.

Manager of a bookstore in the Muslim neighborhood of Plaine-Verte in Port-Louis, a former member of several fundamentalist movements on the island as Al-Muhajiroun created in Mecca to impose Sharia law and the global caliphate and attended the mosque al Waadi Valley Pitot located in the Mauritian capital, the Mauritian citizen did not hide his support for the Salafist movement on Facebook.

On his social network page, displayed pictures of Osama bin Laden, Syrian rebels brandishing AK-47 and reciting verses from the Koran as well as photographs presented as evidence of the involvement of the U.S. government in the attacks of September 11 2001.

A photo of the library demonstrating in the streets of Port-Louis in Plaine Verte against the deadly floods of March 30, 2013 in the Mauritian capital, which claimed the lives of 11 people is also available online.

According to him and his "comrades" on the canvas, the tragedy is partly attributed to immorality and homosexuality conveyed in Mauritian society.

According to some people around him, his links with the international Islamist movement Hizb Ut-Tahrir, represented locally and advocating "the jihad as a defense against the invasion of non-Muslims", ​​could explain the likely departure to Syria, as indicated by the newspaper L'Express of Mauritius.

Fabrice François

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