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Plastics-News-Today-Fear-of-plastics-330x200.jpg When they’re not trying to cause death and destruction, one terror group is setting out to save the environment.
An Al Qaeda-affiliated terror group has decided to follow in the footsteps of cities such as Seattle, San Francisco and Boston and countries like Australia and the United Kingdom in instituting a ban on plastic bags.
Al Shabaab announced on a radio broadcast last week that, in addition to already-prohibited items such as music and movie theaters, residents in areas controlled by the terrorist group will no longer be allowed to use plastic bags — because of the bags’ harmful effects on the environment, according to The New York Times.

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