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Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Time Magazine: The 100 Most Influential People in the World
- They are the people who inspire us, entertain us, challenge us and change our world. Meet the breakouts, pioneers, moguls, leaders and icons who make up this year's TIME 100
Al-shabaab: Mullah Mohammed Omar and Sheik Moktar Ali Zubeyr (Maxamad Cabdi Godane).
The hypnotic appeal of establishing God's kingdom on earth propels two of these men: Afghanistan's Mullah Mohammed Omar, 52, fugitive leader of the Taliban, and Sheik Moktar Ali Zubeyr (also known as Ahmed Abdi Godane), 34, the purported emir of al-Shabab, an Islamic militia that has germinated in the rot of Somalia. Varying degrees of allegiance to al-Qaeda have made both men constants on global terrorist lists. But their politics, though resonant, are local: the sheik feuds with local warlords (and neighboring Kenya) to make his strategic country ever more unstable; the Taliban chief has re-emerged as a player in Afghanistan a decade after the U.S. invasion, resurrecting nightmarish visions of his theocratic rule even as America withdraws.