Suicide Bomber Who Killed 29 Is Laid to Rest Back Home In Minnesota

The suicide bomber who killed 29 people in Somalia came back home to Minnesota this week.

Shirwa Ahmed was laid to rest in a Burnsville, Minnesota cemetery this week.
He blew himself up in Somalia in October- killing 29.
Family and friends did not wish to talk about the circumstances of his death.
Acorcoran and FOX9 reported:

One of the five men suspected to be a suicide bomber who killed himself and 29 others last October in Somalia, was buried Wednesday at a Burnsville Cemetery.

FOX 9 has learned DNA tests have confirmed Shirwa Ahmed was one of five suicide bombers who killed himself and 29 others last October in northern Somalia.

He is also a Minnesotan and a naturalized U.S. citizen.

The FBI helped return Ahmed’s remains to his family.

At a Twin Cities cemetery in Burnsville Wednesday afternoon, the suspected suicide bomber was laid to rest.

Shirwa Ahmed, 27, was given a traditional Muslim burial.

Family and friends did not wish to talk about the circumstances of his death.

More than a dozen other Somali men who were friends with Ahmed went missing this year.
They are thought to have followed Ahmed to Somalia.

Shirwa Ahmed was a graduate of Roosevelt High in Minneapolis.

Previously:
Minnesota Man Blows Himself Up in Somalia (Video)

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