Saturday, 30 July 2016

Safiirka Turkiga ee Soomaaliya oo beeniyay inay aqoonsadeen Baasaboorka Somaliland


by A M Saturday, Jul 30, 2016 | 6258 views
July 30 (Jowhar)— Safiirka Turkiga ee Soomaaliya Amb. Olgan Bekar ayaa goor dhow shir jaraa’id ku qabtay Xarunta Safaaradda Turkiga ay ku leedahay magaalada Muqdisho, isagoo kaga hadlay qaababkii dowladda Turkiga uga fal celisay isku daygii afgambiga ee fashilmay.
Amb. Olgan Bekar ayaa ugu horeyn ka warbixiyay isku daygii afgambi ee ka dhacay Turkiga 15-kii bishan iyo qaababkii uu u abaabulnaa, isagoo tilmaamay inay ka dambeysay isku daygaas Koox argagixiso ah oo uu magaceeda ku sheegay FETO.
Safiirka Turkiga ayaa uga mahad celiyay dowladda Soomaaliya tallaabada ay qaaday ee ay ku cambaareysay isku daygaas afgambi, sidoo kale waxaa uga mahad celiyay shacabka Soomaaliyeed sidii ay garab istaaga ugu muujiyeen, ugana muragoodeen wixii dhacay 15-kii July.
“Waxaan dowladda Soomaaliya uga mahad celinayaa tallaabadii ay ku cambaareysay isku daygii afgambiga ee ay maleegayeen koox argagixiso oo lagu magacaabo FETO, isku daygaas wuxuu u abaabulnaa qaabab kala duwan”ayuu yiri Amb. Olgan Bekar.
Mar Safiirka wax laga weydiiyay sida laga yeelayo howlihii ay dalka ka heysay Hey’adda Nile Organization ee dalka laga ceyriyay waxaa uu sheegay in dowladda Soomaaliya iyo Turkiga ka wada shaqeynayaan sidii howlahii ay heysay loo sii wadi lahaa.
“Anaga iyo dowladda Soomaaliya ayaa ka wada shaqeyneyna sidii howlaha u sii socon lahaayeen, gaar ahaan Isbitaaladii iyo Iskuuladii ay gacanta ku heysayna anaga la wareegi doono, waxaa u sheegayaa Ardaydii dhiganeysay Iskuulada in waxbarashadooda inay dib u bilaaban doonto, bisha soo socota ee Agosto dib loo furi doono”ayuu yiri Safiirka Turkiga u fadhiya Soomaaliya.
Sidoo kale waxaa uu sheegay maalmaha soo socda ay soo saari doonaan xilliga dib loo furi doono Iskuuladii ay gacanta ku heysay Hey’adda Nile ee dalka laga ceyriyay, waxaana uu u cadeeyay ardaydii dhiganeysay in waxbarashadooda ay sidooda u wadan doonaan.
Amb. Olgan Bekar ayaa sheegay in Isbitaalka Deva dib loo furi doono 2-da bisha Agosto, isagoo intaa ku daray in howlihii uu hayay Isbitaalka uu halkiisa ka sii socon doono.
Waxaa uu sheegay in Bukaanadii horay ugu jiray Isbitaalka Deva ay ku wareejiyeen Isbitaalka Recep Tayyib Erdogan (Ex Digfeer).
Safiirka ayaa mar wax laga weydiiyay arrinta Somaliland ee ku aadan inay aqoonsadeen Baasaboorkooda, maadaama ay wada hadalo u socdaan oo ku saabsan inay deegaanadooda ka ceyriyaan Hey’adda Nile ayuu sheegay in arrintaas aanay waxba ka jirin.
“Ma aqbalin Baasaboorkooda, mana aqoonsan wax xiriir ah lama lahan arrintaas, sida la socotaan waxaa wadnaa Heshiiskii Soomaaliya iyo Somaliland, anaga Soomaaliya hal waji ayaa ku fiirinaa, waxaa ka shaqeyneynaa Soomaaliya inay wanaagsanaato oo ay mid ahaato, Somaliland dadka ku nool iyo Soomaaliya dadka ku nool waxay noola mid yihiin hal, waxaa rabnaa inay noqdaan hal dal oo xooggan”ayuu yiri Danjire Olgan Bekar.
Sidoo kale waxaa uu xusay in Baasaboorka Somaliland ay u aqoonsan yihiin sida kaararka aqoonsiga oo kale ee ID CARD, isagoo xusay in qunsuliyadooda Hargeysa ay ku bixiso Viisaha Warqad sida uu hadalka u dhigay.
Mar wax laga weydiiyay dhibaatada Ardayda Soomaaliyeed ku heysato dalka Turkiga, markii uu afgambiga dhacay, gaar ahaan Ardayda Soomaaliyeed ee dhiganeysay Jaamacadaha ay maamulayeen Hey’addaha taageera Fethullah Gulen ayuu kaga jawaabay in ardaydaas aysan wax dhib ah arki doonin, isla markaana loo gudbinayo jaamacado kale oo dowladda hoos-taga.
“Jaamacadaha Gullen waa xirnay, dowladda ayaa go’aan ka gaartay, ardaydaas waa la wareejinayaa jaamacado kale ayaa loo wareejinaya wax dhib ah ma arkin doonaan, waxaa arintan si dhow ugala shaqeyneynaa Safaaradda Soomaaliya ee Ankara”ayuu yiri Amb. Olgan Bekar.
Shirkan jaraa’id ayaa ahaa kii u horeeyay ee uu Safiirka ku qabtay Xarunta Safaaradda Cusub ee Turkiga ku leeyahay magaalada Muqdisho, taasoo uu bishii la soo dhaafay xariga ka jaray Madaxweynaha Turkiga Recep Tayyib Erdogan.
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France church attack: Kermiche friend 'detained before assault'


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Adel Kermiche
Image captionLocals remembered Kermiche as a "geek" who loved the internet
A friend of one of the two men who killed a French priest in Normandy was detained only days before the attack took place, reports say.
The 17-year-old tried to travel to Syria last year with Adel Kermiche, French and Swiss media say.
The unnamed teenager was reportedly arrested in Geneva earlier this month and handed over to French authorities.
Days later, on Tuesday, his friend Kermiche went on to kill Father Jacques Hamel in his church near Rouen.
The news of the detention of a close friend of Kermiche, who pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group in a video, comes at a time when French intelligence services are under close scrutiny.
Reports in Le Parisien and the Tribune de Geneve newspapers said it was not known why the 17-year-old, from northern France, went to Geneva earlier this month.
He had already tried to fly with Kermiche to Syria via Switzerland last year. Both were turned back from Turkey.
In the latest development, Swiss security services picked up the teenager, and another friend, on 20 July and handed them over to French authorities.
A source told AFP news agency that "nothing suggests he was in any way implicated" in the church attack on 26 July.
A photo of Priest Jacques Hamel taken from the website of Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray parishImage copyrightAFP
Image captionFather Jacques Hamel was a well-known figure in St-Etienne-du-Rouvray
After trying to leave to Syria, Kermiche was released with a monitoring tag earlier this year, despite prosecutors' call for his continued detention.
Kermiche and the other attacker, Abdel Malik Petitjean, were shot dead by police outside the church in St-Etienne-du-Rouvray.
They had slit the throat of Fr Hamel, 86, and taken hostages during Mass.

French security: In numbers

80,905
total number of prisoners
10,957
of those are tagged electronically
  • 20,000 total on French S list - thought to pose a security risk
  • 10,500 on the S list have links to Islamist groups
A French parliamentary report on 5 July called for a major revamp of the intelligence services, after an analysis of last year's Paris attacks which killed 147 people.
The head of the inquiry, judge and politician Georges Fenech, said French intelligence was aware of the jihadists before the attacks, but the services had failed to exchange information about them.

Crimea referendum reflected people’s will – French delegation head


French MPs by the State Council of the Republic of Crimea. © Alexandr Polegenko
Crimea’s reunification with Russia reflects the will of the majority of the Crimean people, the head of a French delegation visiting the peninsula says. He added that if it had not joined Russia, it could have been turned into a battle zone like east Ukraine.
A group of French PMs led by the National Assembly member and the former transport minister Thierry Mariani, who initiated the debate on lifting the anti-Russian sanctions in the French parliament, went to Crimea to see what life was like. This is the second time he has been to the peninsula since it re-joined Russia.
“The referendum on Crimea’s accession to Russia reflected the will of the people,” Mariani said, adding that, during their visit to the peninsula, the French delegation “got an impression that the decision to reunify with Russia corresponds with the majority opinion” of the Crimean population.
Mariani also stressed that, if it was not for the referendum, the peninsula could have been turned into another battlefront like eastern Ukraine, so “whatever the conditions, the referendum had to be held – and quickly.”
“I am very attentive to everything that is said about the events that occurred two years ago. I believe that, if Crimea had not joined Russia, there would have been the third front here, alongside with the ones in Lugansk and Donetsk,” the lawmaker said as cited by TASS. “It could happen.”
At the same time, Mariani stressed that the major goal of the delegation is to “understand what really happens [in Crimea].” The delegation came to Crimea “to see what has changed” and to discuss“some issues that suddenly acquired significant importance in Europe,”he said referring to the issue of Crimean Tatars.
The lawmaker emphasized that he sees what rights have been granted to the Crimean Tatars and “would also like to see”similar rights are granted to the Russian-speaking minorities in the Baltic States, “for example, in Latvia.”
“It is better to be a Tatar in Crimea than a Russian in Latvia. But Europe prefers to forget about it,” Mariani told RT France.
Other members of the delegation also said that they came to Crimea to form an independent opinion about the situation on the peninsula and to see it firsthand.
“The information we receive is often so contradictory that the best way… to understand what happens is to come [here] and to see everything directly on the ground,” Michel Voisin, the head of the French delegation in the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly, who came to Crimea for the first time, told RT France.
He stressed “information coming from the media can be true as well as fake, so every lawmaker should have his own independent vision of such issues as the situation in Crimea.”
Some of the delegation’s members also confirmed to RT France that they see Crimea as a part of Russia and believe that the international community will recognize Crimea’s accession in the coming years.
“I am sure that no one today wants really to return to the previous state of things,” Michel Terrot, an MP from the French Republican Party said, referring to Crimea having been part of Ukraine in 1954-2014.
“I believe that it will take time [for the international community] to officially recognize Crimea [as a part of Russia]. For some years, the situation will remain out of the legal framework but, in fact, Crimea has become a part of Russia … and it will remain as a part of Russia even if the international community is far from recognizing it,” Socialist lawmaker Jerome Lambert said.
“I believe that the issue of the recognition of Crimea will be positively resolved in the coming years. However, it will require effort both from Russia and the international community,” said Patrice Verchere, an MP from the Republican Party.
In the meantime, the parliamentarians also expressed confidence that France should further actively develop ties with Russia regardless of the sanctions imposed against it by the western countries over the situation in Ukraine.
“The issue of relations with Russia is beyond the framework of the internal political struggle. Many lawmakers and many French citizens are really interested in proper development of relations with Russia,” Lambert told RT France.
“I am sure that France will benefit if it will maintain close ties with Russia,” Terrot said.
According to Mariani, almost all members of the National Assembly and Senators that came to Crimea supported the resolutions against anti-Russian sanctions that were adopted by the French legislature earlier this year.
In June, the French Senate voted in favor of a resolution designed to lift EU-imposed sanctions slapped on Russia in 2014 over the crisis in eastern Ukraine and Russia’s reunification with Crimea.
In late April 55 members of the French National Assembly supported a similar resolution, submitted by 85 French MPs calling on the government not to extend EU-imposed sanctions on Russia.
Thierry Mariani already headed another delegation of French MPs that visited Crimea in July 2015. Back then he said that he saw no grounds to keep Russia sanctions in place.
Now, the French delegation consisting of twelve French lawmakers, including both the National Assembly members and the Senators, have arrived on the peninsula for a second time as they take part in a three day visit. The French Foreign Ministry refused to support the lawmakers’ initiative both in 2015 and in 2016.
Meanwhile, European public opinion is gradually shifting in Russia's favor as roughly a third of Europeans and a quarter of Americans consider Crimea a part of Russia two years after its accession, according to a poll conducted by the British research company Populus and its French counterpart Iflop in March.
The Republic of Crimea refused to recognize the new government in Kiev, which came to power through an armed coup in February 2014. Crimea and Sevastopol, a city with a special status on the peninsula, voted for independence from Ukraine and re-joined Russia in a referendum on March 16, 2014. The decision was supported by about 97 percent of voters with an 83 percent turnout.