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A death threat has been posted online warning Sean Paul, the Jamaican singer and reggae star, that he should not perform at a New Year’s Eve concert in the Maldives.
The video message carries the logo of a group which claims to consist of Maldivian jihadis with links to Syria.“Sean Paul, if you visit the Maldives, the world will see your burned and blood-drenched dead body,” say cards held by a cloaked figure in the video posted on Youtube late on Wednesday night.
But in recent years there has been growing concern about growing conservatism in the Muslim nation and, in particular, of the rise of Wahhabi-influenced extremism.The report in Minivan News says the video bears the logo of the Bilad Al Sham Media (BASM) group, an organisation which claims to consist of Maldivian jihadis based in Syria and the Maldives.The group has reported the deaths of five Maldivians in the Syrian conflict this year and has gone online to taunt the police’s faltering efforts to locate its members.“It is for all Muslim to jihad in the name of Allah.Hence disbelievers like Sean Paul, who are like the worst of devil’s advocates, deserve nothing but death,” said the threat.A Twitter account claiming to belong to BASM denied being behind the threat, writing in a tweet: "We would clearly like to announce that our media have nothing to do with the "Sean Paul death threatening video".
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There has been no word yet from Paul or his management about the death threat.