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Monday, October 18, 2010

Mobile money transfers deemed ’un-Islamic’ by Somalian group

The Islamist al-Shabab (or al-Shabaab) group in Somalia has warned that transferring money by mobile phone is 'unIslamic', insisting that mobile banking could expose Somalia to interference by Western countries. A money transfer service was introduced to the country last year and is now available across Somalia. Al-Shabab has given the country's mobile money operators three months to end their services.

[Source: BBC News]

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