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Topic - Hamadi
The radical Islamic fighters showed up at Mohamed Salia's Quranic school, armed with weapons and demanding to address his students.The leader, named Hamadi, entered one of the classrooms, took a piece of chalk and scrawled his message on the blackboard. "How to wage holy war," he wrote in Arabic.
Hamadi told the students that people didn't ask questions like that where he was from.
"How to wage holy war," he wrote in Arabic. "How to terrorize the enemy in combat,"