A commenter on a previous post asked why some Somalis are becoming pirates. I'd suppose there's no one answer. According to this article, many are fishermen who are losing job opportunities due to illegal fishing and toxic waste dumping. Other than that, it's a way to make big money, quick, during a time when life everywhere is dangerous and employment opportunities are wanting. Just another illegal business.
I checked out said commenter's site (she has many blogspots, actually, but only one seems to be a blog; the rest are something like product placements), and there's a Malaysian site called "Ya Aba 'Abdillah," with the address hezbollah-asia.blogpsot, which is, uh... interesting... and I'm not sure how I feel about it. I'm a bit concerned, honestly. There's a content warning when you click on it, which gave me pause, but I went ahead and there are a lot of videos that I have not watched, some Malay posts and some English posts. Google can't translate Malay for me, and I can't find a decent translation site, so I don't really know what's going on in those posts, though overall it appears to be a Shi'a site, judging from the references to Imam Hussein and Fatima Zahra.
It's things like this that bring home the fact that anything you put on the internet is thereafter spat out to the world, and there's no telling who may stumble upon you, or whom you may stumble upon.
It's things like this that also make you wonder whether or not the government is watching you...