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Hodan Nalayeh, a Somali-born Canadian journalist traveled to Somalia last week to prove Somalia is “beautiful” and to challenge “stereotypes” ended up being killed by Islamic terrorists.

Hodan Nalayeh returned to Somalia, the place of her birth, to document the beauty and to tell “uplifting” stories, according to WaPo.

The article goes on to state the following:

On July 12, al-Shabaab terrorists stormed Asasey Hotel in Kismayo. 26 people were killed in the terrorist attack and Hodan Nalayeh, 43, and her husband were among the victims.

According to a Canadian news outlet, Nalayeh was pregnant when she was killed by al-Shabaab terrorists last week.

Townhall further reports:

According to CNN, Nalayeh died when a terrorist attack took place in Kismayo, about 300 miles south of Mogadish, the capital. A suicide bomber had detonated a vehicle outside of the Asasey Hotel and multiple gunmen opened fire inside the hotel. Nalayeh was one of the 26 people who died at the hands of the gunmen. Her husband, Farid Jama Suleiman, also died in the attack. Another 50 were injured.

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