Vodafone and KFC on Egyptian Islamist’s new hit list – inspired by American Muslim convert

Egypt is facing a new campaign of violence, this time a series of attacks targeting western companies like KFC and Vodafone.

A series of bombings has killed at least three people and injured scores more in Cairo and Alexandria in recent weeks, separate from the intense jihadist violence being inflicted by Isil-backed terrorists against the police and military.

It seems in part inspired by an American Muslim convert with an anti-capitalist agenda, who posts texts online urging Egyptians to throw off a “neo-liberal” order in favour of Islam.

Shahid King Bolsen – born Shannon Morris – served time in Dubai for killing a German businessman, and hiding his body in a suit-case. Now he inspires young radicalised Egyptians with online calls for action – though he told The Telegraph he does not approve of violence.

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  • Islamic jihadis only need a few devout believers to cause widespread social dysfunction.

    It only takes a few of these attacks on “Western” businesses to make patronizing the others a risk.

    And the jihadis win.

    • Coming soon to a KFC near you….

      • MRHapla

        That the arselifter world is so into KFC, it almost ruined KFC for me.,,,,Almost,,,,,,,,,

  • MRHapla

    Targeting KFC will backfire on them, the less crazy arselifters love their KFC

  • Exile1981

    Hiding a body in a suitcase? Must be one of the peaceful ones we keep hearing about.

  • DMB

    This is why there is no point for companies like KFC to appease Muslims by offering Halal because their will always be a few of them who won’t be satisfied by it and will only want complete eradication of the company for being western based.

  • cmh

    We should support Egypt, not Iraq.