Wednesday, 29 September 2010

Yet another 'peace deal' in Ogaden

On the night of September 21, 2010, less than a week after hundreds of Ogaden National Liberation Front (ONLF) armed fighters trained by Eritrea trespassed through Somaliland and entered into the Somali Region of Ethiopia (Ogaden), Senior Ethiopian regime officials were in Bole International Airport (Addis Ababa) to receive an “ONLF” delegation led by Salahadin Ma’ow Sh. Abdirahman. In the coming few days, most likely in the first week of October, the “ONLF” faction that chose peace with Ethiopia will hold conferences inside the Ogaden region. The plan is to organize one such conference in Gari’goan, a place of symbolic value for the ONLF, as it is where its first conference was held after the fall of the Derg regime. This will be followed by a large meeting with the ‘people’ in Kebri-Dahar to brief on the outcomes of the Gari’goan conference.
In June 2010, The Ethiopian regime also signed a peace deal with the United Western Somali Liberation Front (UWSLF), a defunct Islamist front with no armed presence in the region. The group’s leader Sheekh Ibrahim is now in the capital of the Somali regional State – Jigjiga, but there has been no change for the better in the security situation of the region since his group signed the peace deal. In fact, it got worse with clashes between the Government forces and the ONLF rebels becoming more frequent and more intense. In the month of September alone, the Ethiopian regime claimed to have killed over 120 rebel fighters, while the ONLF on its part issued a series of military communiqués in which it claimed to have killed several hundreds of Ethiopian National Defense Forces (ENDF).Read More

US imposes sanctions on Iranian officials over abuses

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US President Barack Obama has ordered unprecedented sanctions against senior Iranian officials for "sustained and severe violations of human rights".
The eight men include the head of the Revolutionary Guards, a former interior minister and the prosecutor general.
The treasury department said they would face a travel ban and asset freeze.
The alleged abuses include the killings and beatings of anti-government protesters after the disputed presidential election in June 2009.Read More

SOMALIA: Somaliland and Puntland to cooperate on security

Al Shabab soldiers
Common enemy: Both Puntland and Somaliland fear the spread of Islamist insurgency such as Al Shabab. Photo: Hassan Mahamud Ahmed/IRIN
HARGEISA, 28 September 2010 (IRIN) - Somaliland and Puntland, once-warring territories in northern Somalia, have unprecedentedly agreed in principle to work together to tackle common security threats.

Troops from both entities have clashed over disputed borderlands in the past. They also differ over the issue of sovereignty: Somaliland unilaterally declared independence in 1991, and Puntland, while asserting a degree of autonomy, recognizes Mogadishu as its own, and Somaliland’s, capital.

"You can't choose your neighbours, whether it is a region or state; for this reason, from now on, we are going to work with the Puntland state of Somalia, in terms of security of the [Horn of Africa] region,” Somaliland’s Interior Minister, Mohamed Abdi Gabose, said on 26 September in the Somaliland capital, Hargeisa. Read More

Ethiopia's Meles urges speedy replacement of Somalia PM

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi on Wednesday called for the quick appointment of the Somalia premier after Omar Abdirashid Sharmarke resigned from his post earlier this month.
The Ethiopian leader met Somalia President Sharif Sheikh Ahmed here on Wednesday after Sharif recently named a caretaker prime minister to stand in before elections.
"Meles stressed the need to hold the election soon," the state-run Ethiopian News Agency (ENA) said, adding that he "pointed out that the election... would help stop the unsolicited pressure being exerted by the Shebab," referring to the extremist Islamist movement.
Sharif and Sharmarke had been at odds over a new constitution to replace the interim charter that expires in 2011. The president wanted a referendum on the issue, but the premier argued it was not possible due to lack of security.Read More

Tuesday, 28 September 2010

UN-backed group urges boost to Somalia peacekeeping

MADRID — A UN-backed group on Somalia on Tuesday called on the international community to provide more money and equipment to an African Union peacekeeping force in the war-torn country.
European and other nations should increase troop allowances "to UN standards" for the force, known as AMISOM, the International Contact Group for Somalia said in a statement at the end of a two-day meeting in Madrid.
It also called on Somalia's transitional government to integrate the country's soldiers "into an effective chain of command with the assistance of the international community".
The conference was attended by officials from 45 nations and international organisations, including Somalia's President Sharif Sheikh Ahmed.Read More

Monday, 27 September 2010

President Sharif Ahmed at the UN: Time to leave

I was taken aback after I watched President Sharif Ahmed’s speech at the 65th Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations (New York, 23-25 and 27-30 September 2010). The president shouldn’t have accepted the invitation to address such an important audience who have no time to entertain a failed president that cannot hold his government together – a nominal government that lives in the barracks of AMISOM. It was an embarrassment for the president to have participated Turkey’s Somalia fund raising campaign in last April, leaving behind a government without prime minster and certainly to address the general session today again leaving behind a government in taters is absolute madness. The president’s speech was a carbon copy of his previous speeches in which he usually blames the opposition Islamists for everything that went wrong but rarely talks about any substantive development that his government has achieved since its inauguration in February last year.
The international community who have their ears on the ground are bitterly disappointed with the poor performance of president Ahmed who wasted his government’s limited time, mandate expires August 2011, in senseless political infighting at a time the Islamists are breaking the morale of the TFG protection contingent of AMISOM. Due to his lack of relevant experience in general and public administration in particular, he spend a lengthy time on how his government ministries are planning to deliver services, capacity building, global warming and etc when in reality not a single ministry has an office let alone staff – he made himself the laughing stock of the day. Read More

US to seek stronger ties with Somaliland and Puntland

The US wants to strengthen its ties with Somalia's breakaway regions Somaliland and Puntland, the Obama administration's top diplomat for Africa has said.
The new, "aggressive" engagement could help to head off the Islamist insurgents, Johnnie Carson said.
But there were no plans to recognise the regions as independent states. Read More

Somali Sufi Group Backs Out of Government Power-Sharing Deal

A leader of Somalia's moderate Islamist Ahlu-Sunna Wal-Jama'a group says members of al-Shabab are holding top positions in the U.N.-backed Transitional Federal Government. The accusation follows the Sufi group's withdrawal from a power-sharing deal it signed with the government six months ago.
The chairman of Ahlu-Sunna Wal-Jama'a's Shura Council, Sheik Omar Sheik Abdul Karidir, says his group has documents that show some leaders of the Transitional Federal Government are also members of al-Shabab, an al-Qaida-linked extremist group fighting to topple the government.
The Sufi cleric did not provide any details and declined to name the government officials he says are connected to al-Shabab. But Karidir says his group will no longer - in his words - "cooperate with an insincere government." Read More

Who Attacked al-Shabab? The Rebel Leader Speaks

Who attacked Somalia's al-Shabab on Sunday? At about 12:30 p.m., a mysterious helicopter opened fire on a meeting of top leaders of the increasingly ambitious al-Shabab rebels, which the U.S. has designated as a terrorist group. The group's leader, Sheik Muktar Abdirahman Godane, told TIME in an interview on Monday that he was present at the meeting in the Somali town of Merca and watched as the helicopter, which he said was either gray or olive green, approached from the sea, circled and fired on the house where the meeting was under way. None of the foreign military powers with ships off the Somali coast have taken credit for the strike. "The helicopter was there for about 20 minutes in the air of Merca, and then it left," Godane told TIME. "We are now investigating the ammunition that it fired."Read More


A mini-summit on Somalia at United Nations Headquarters today called on the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) to end its differences and deliver basic services, and the international community to do much more to support efforts to bring peace to the faction-torn country.

Somali President Sheikh Sharif Ahmed and African Union Commission Chairman Jean Ping attended the gathering on the impoverished Horn of Africa country, which has not had a functioning central government since 1991 and has been torn apart by decades of conflict and factional strife, more recently with al-Shabaab Islamic militants.

A communiqué issued at the end the meeting in New York stressed the lack of sustainable funding for the TFG security forces and the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM). Read More

Saturday, 25 September 2010

Somalia chief says Al-Qaeda seeks growing African base

UNITED NATIONS — The head of Somalia's weakened transitional government on Saturday accused Islamist insurgents of seeking to turn the war-stricken country into a base for Al-Qaeda to bring terror to the whole of the Horn of Africa.
Sharif Sheikh Ahmed, whose western-backed administration only retains a shaky control of Mogadishu with African Union peacekeepers, appealed for greater international support including more troops to fight Islamists.
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Friday, 24 September 2010

U.S. boosts ties with break-away Somalia regions

* U.S. targets Somaliland, Puntland for new outreach

* Says no plans for full diplomatic recognition

* Asian, Arab countries should contribute more - U.S.

By Andrew Quinn

NEW YORK, Sept 24 (Reuters) - The United States is increasing ties with two semi-autonomous regions in Somalia, hoping to build stability for the embattled central government and African Union forces deployed in the virtually lawless nation, a top U.S. diplomat said on Friday.
Assistant Secretary of State Johnnie Carson said U.S. officials were developing ties with authorities in both Puntland and Somaliland, both of which declared themselves independent in the early 1990s when the Horn of Africa nation descended into civil war and anarchy Read More

Thursday, 23 September 2010

Heavy Fighting Reported in Somalia Capital

MOGADISHU, Somalia — At least 22 people were killed and more than 60 were wounded Thursday in intense clashes that erupted between Islamist insurgent groups and Somali government forces supported by African Union soldiers, witnesses and health officials said.
Feisal Omar/Reuters
Somalis stood near the body of a man killed in a mortar attack at a marketplace in Mogadishu on Thursday.
The fighting appeared to be the heaviest in Mogadishu, the capital of this war-weary country, since an attack by the Shabab, one of the Islamist groups, shook the city during Ramadan, the Muslim holiday that ended a few weeks ago.
In the early hours of Thursday morning, witnesses reported face-to-face fighting between insurgents and the government forces helped by African Union soldiers in two Mogadishu neighborhoods, Howlwadaag and Hodan. The witnesses said both sides were using small arms and artillery shells. Read More

Kenya keeps pushing US to do more on Somalia

Somali al-Shabaab insurgents arrive in Mogadishu on Decemcer 27, 2008. The insurgents have vowed to continue waging war until Somalia becomes an Islamic state. File Photo 
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Foreign Minister Moses Wetang'ula is pushing hard at the United Nations this week for an end to the US policy of “benign neglect” towards Somalia.
There are signs that Kenya's diplomatic campaign for greater US involvement is having a strong impact on influential figures outside government and a limited impact on officials in the Obama administration.
Susan Rice, the US ambassador to the United Nations, said on Wednesday that Mr Wetang'ula “has made a very powerful plea” for the international community to recognise the gravity of the threat posed to Kenya by lawlessness in Somalia. “We're very close to Kenya,” Ambassador Rice noted.
Asked in an interview with National Pubic Radio about Mr Wetang'ula's call for UN “peace enforcers,” rather than peacekeepers, to be deployed in Somalia, Ms Rice said she had spoken with the foreign minister in New York this week.Read More

Somalia in further turmoil after prime minister quits

Omar Abdirashid Sharmarke has spent much of the last six months locked in a power struggle with President Sheikh Sharif. The Somalia government's Western supporters say their wrangles have stalled efforts to beat back the resurgence of al-Shabaab, an extremist group which has begun to export its jihad outside Somalia. A British man arrested in Amsterdam on his way to East Africa this week is being investigated for links to the Islamist group.
"The fact he's gone certainly clears the way for the president to concentrate more on al-Shabaab, rather than problems in his own administration," said a Western diplomat dealing with Somalia from Nairobi, capital of neighbouring Kenya. "While he and Sharmarke have been bickering, al-Shabaab has dangerously grown in ambition." Read More

Can Somalia's Government Survive a PM Resignation?

Somali president Sheik Sharif Sheik Ahmed, second left, sits with Somali prime minister Omar Abdirashid Sharmarke, right, during a news conference in Mogadishu's presidential palace, Somalia,Tuesday,Sept. 21,2010.
Mohamed Sheikh Nor / AP

When Somalia's President Sheikh Sharif Ahmed took office in January 2009, hopes were high that here, finally, was the man who might stand a chance of pulling his country from the ruin it had fallen into after 20 years of near-perpetual war.
A former member of Somalia's main Islamic political group, Sharif supposedly had good enough contacts to start reconciling with armed Islamic hardliners. He was also hailed as a man of integrity who could rise above the corruption, petty squabbles and clan politics that had turned Somalia's Transitional Federal Government (TFG) — which he would now lead — into a laughingstock. (See more on Sharif in this TIME Q&A.)
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Wednesday, 22 September 2010

Somalia’s Prime Minister Resigns, Citing Political Tensions

MOGADISHU, Somalia (Reuters) — Prime Minister Omar Abdirashid Ali Sharmarke of Somalia resigned on Tuesday, paying the price for the government’s failure to beat back an Islamist insurgency that has killed thousands of civilians.
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Prime Minister Omar Abdirashid Ali Sharmarke of Somalia resigned on Tuesday.


Politicians who support President Sheik Sharif Sheik Ahmed said that Mr. Sharmarke’s departure would end the internal divisions that have plagued the Transitional Federal Government and slowed government business to a crawl.
The president, who said he welcomed Mr. Sharmarke’s decision to step down, appointed the deputy prime minister Abdi Wahid Goonjeeh as an interim prime minister. He said he would nominate a new prime minister soon, although it was not clear who might be candidates for the post.
Thousands of African Union peacekeeping troops have been sent to support the interim government, but hard-line Islamic militants now control much of Mogadishu, the capital, and large parts of the southern and central regions. Read More

Feuds 'crippled' Somali government: UN envoy

NAIROBI — The UN special envoy for Somalia said Wednesday that simmering fueds had "crippled" the country's government and appealed for unity a day after Prime Minister Omar Abdirashid Sharmarke quit.
Sharmarke stepped down Tuesday following a protracted wrangle with President Sharif Sheikh Ahmed which prompted the UN envoy, representatives from the African Union and a sub-regional bloc to call for consensus.
The diplomat, Augustine Mahiga, said Sharmake's exit "is yet another manifestation of the serious disputes" which has rattled the Horn of Africa country's transitional institutions.
"The international community and the Somali people are looking to their leaders for unity, not recurrent political crises and there should be no excuses for stalling the peace process in Somalia.Read More

Tuesday, 21 September 2010

Somali prime minister announces resignation

PM Sharma'arke
PM Omar Abdirashid Sharmarke
Agence France Presse
September 21, 2010
Somali Prime Minister Omar Abdirashid Sharmarke announced his resignation on Tuesday after a weeks-long dispute with President Sharif Sheikh Ahmed.
The long-brewing feud between the two principals resulted in Sharmarke's exit before a fully-fledged political crisis could blow up but left the embattled government in limbo as it struggled to fend off a fierce insurgency.
"I resigned as the prime minister of the transitional federal government of Somalia after being unable to work with the president," Sharmarke told lawmakers in Mogadishu.
"I did it for the interest of the nation at this critical moment," he said, referring to the daily fighting pitting Al Qaeda-inspired insurgents against government troops backed by an African force.

Monday, 20 September 2010

Ethiopia’s Hegemony on Somalis: the case in Somaliland

Following the recent incursion of over 300 of allegedly ONLF men armed with RPGs and other light weaponry into “western Somaliland” from the long coastal line Somalia shares with Yemen among other countries, it is obvious to everyone that Ethiopian security forces can enter into any Somali territory at will and terrorize the local population whether that territory is on the notebook of Zenawi’s friendly countries or not.  As far as Ethiopia is concerned the fight against “terrorism” will have the overriding priority over anything else.
Now, instead of defending its sovereignty and its people from Ethiopia’s marauding army, Somaliland officials have started blaming each other on who is going to bear the ultimate responsibility of this fiasco, and the finger of blame had already pointed at Awdal and Salal communities for abetting and aiding the ONLF fighters. Everybody knows Somaliland has neither the military might nor the political will to confront Ethiopia, but at least you would expect some to voice their anger and frustration at the lack of respect of the Ethiopian government towards them. Ethiopia’s killing and harassment of Somalis along the bogus borderline that divides between the two countries is not new. They used to kill Somalis at random like they did before in Dannood in the early sixties, Aisha’a in mid sixties and elsewhere. What is new today is the fact that there is no resistance on the Somali side, be it Huddur, Beled Weyne, Tog Wajaalle or Hariirad. Read More

Report: Poor countries face education crisis

NAIROBI, Kenya — Nearly 70 million children around the world are not getting an education despite much progress in the last 10 years, and Haiti and Somalia are the two worst countries in which to be a school-age child, a new report released Monday said.
The global financial crisis has forced poor countries to cut their education budgets by $4.6 billion a year at a time when intensified efforts are needed to achieve the U.N. Millennium Development Goal of ensuring a primary school education for every child in the world by 2015, it said.
The report listed 10 countries at the bottom of the education list, all but Haiti are in Africa. In addition to Somalia, the others are Eritrea, Comoros, Ethiopia, Chad, Burkina Faso, Central African Republic, Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Liberia.
It based the rankings on access to basic education, teacher-student ratio and educational provisions for girls.
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Puntland leader urges TFG leaders to 'quit dispute, work for Somalia'

The president of Somalia's stable region of Puntland has called on the leaders of the UN-backed Transitional Federal Government (TFG) to stop their dispute with each other, Radio Garowe reports.
Puntland President Abdirahman Farole
Dr. Abdirahman Mohamed Farole, Puntland's leader, told the BBC Somali Service during a Sunday interview that "Puntland is neutral and the best party" to help resolve the political rift between TFG President Sheikh Sharif Ahmed and the Prime Minister, Mr. Omar Abdirashid Ali Sharmake.

"This dispute is bad for Somalia and we are saddened by it. Somalia does not need any more political infighting especially when there is a UN meeting in New York on September 24th that will focus on Somalia," said President Farole, who is currently in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa.
The president stated that he personally spoke with President Sharif and Prime Minister Sharmake and urged both men to restrain themselves and to stop the dispute, adding: "However, it seems to me that the President [Sharif] is not ready to find a solution and I could tell this from his words."Read More

Uganda gets EU funding for Somalia

HE defence ministry has received sh112b from the African Union (EU) to clear salary arrears of Uganda’s troops participating in the peacekeeping mission in Somalia.

The state minister for defence, Maj. Gen. Jeje Odongo, told MPs yesterday that the soldiers’ payments had been delayed, but they expect the funds to support the soldiers till next year, when they expect to get more money.

Odongo was appearing before the parliamentary committee on defence and internal affairs to provide financial accountability for the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) activities.
“The EU pays $750 (sh1.7m) monthly to every peace-keeper in Somalia.

"Of this, $100 (sh230,000) is given to them in Mogadishu, while the balance is deposited on their bank accounts in their home countries,” Odongo said.

AMISOM is funded by Britain, USA, Sweden and the EU. The funds are channeled through the AU.
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Suicide bomber detonates inside Somalia's presidental compound

Image of a Shabaab fighter from the terror group's website.

A Shabaab suicide bomber entered the presidential compound in Mogadishu today and detonated his vest.
The suicide bomber penetrated security at the main gate of the base as an African Union military patrol was entering the compound, according to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. The African Union troops shot the suicide bomber before he could reach the second gate, and the bomber then detonated his vest. It is unclear if any other people were killed in the attack.
Today's suicide strike is the fourth inside a major security installation in Mogadishu since Aug. 23, when a Shabaab suicide assault team killed 28 people, including six members of parliament and five soldiers, in an attack on a hotel in the Somali capital of Mogadishu. The hotel is adjacent to the Presidential Palace and is frequented by members of parliament and other officials.Read More

Sunday, 19 September 2010

Al Shabab Leader - Spot his picture if you can////

Sheikh Moktar Ali Zubeyr (Somali: Mukhtaar Cali Zuubeyr, Arabic: مختار علي الزبير‎) also known as Muktar Abdirahman "Godane", Ahmad Abdi Godane, Ahmad Abdi Aw Muhammad, Mukhtar Abu Zubeyr and Muqtar Abdurahman Abu Zubeyr, is the Amir (leader) of Harakat Al-Shabab Mujahideen, which is the most important insurgent group in Somalia. He succeeded Sheikh Mukhtar Robow who held the position for several months after Sheikh Adan Eyrow's death.[1][not in citation given]
 Al-Shabaab fighters provide security during a demonstration in Suqa Holaha neighborhood in Mogadishu, SomaliaSomali women carry weapons during a demonstration organized by the Islamist Al-Shabaab groupSomali women and their children queue to receive relief food from the hardline al Shabaab Islamist rebel group outside the Somalia capital MogadishuSomali men attend a demonstration organized by the Islamist Al-Shabaab group

Islamists seize Somali radio stations

Al-Shabab fighters conduct military exercises in northern Mogadishu Radio stations seized by al-Shabab have been used to broadcast Islamist propaganda
Islamist insurgents in Somalia have seized control of two radio stations in the capital Mogadishu.
The stations, Horn Afrik and GBC, were raided on Saturday by militants from the groups al-Shabab and Hizbul Islam.
The groups, who are trying to topple the transitional government, have targeted media by killing journalists and banning music from the airwaves.
Other stations captured by the militants have been used to broadcast their propaganda.
'Blindfolded and beaten'
The first attack was on Horn Afrik, one of the country's best known independent broadcasters. 
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Nigeria seeks commensurate pay for AU troops in Somalia

Nigeria has asked the United Nations to pay African Union (AU) peacekeepers in Somalia the same rate of allowances as their UN counterparts.
It also demanded that Troop Contributing Countries (TCCs) should be refunded early for their Contingency Owned Equipment (COE). Nigeria's Permanent Representative to the UN, Joy Ogwu, told a Security Council meeting on the situation in Somalia that the AU Mission in Somalia (AMISON) was in dire need of support commensurate with its operational mandates. "Given AMISOM's commendable role, concerted efforts should be made to provide support that is commensurate with the operational mandates. It is a recipe for failure to deploy troops without giving them the requisite support, particularly when the support is available. 

PM: Somalia to open 2nd front against insurgents

MOGADISHU, Somalia — Several thousand Somali forces trained in neighboring Ethiopia and Kenya will open a second front against Islamist insurgents by year-end in Somalia's south and central regions, the prime minister said Sunday.
The forces will try to capture key towns including the port of Kismayo, which is believed to generate a substantial amount of revenue for the insurgency, Prime Minister Omar Abdirashid Ali Sharmarke told reporters in the Somali capital of Mogadishu.
Kenya has a force of 2,000 Somali refugees stationed in northern Kenya, and Ethiopia trained a force of 1,000 fighters under a German-funded program.
"Those forces have now completed their training and we are expecting them to come back and really now open a different front," Sharmarke said. "Unless you open different fronts you're not going to end this war."
The prime minister's comments follow a month of intense fighting between Somali government forces and the insurgents, some of whom have pledged allegiance to al-Qaida.Read More

Dutch police hold British 'terror suspect' in Amsterdam

File picture of Schiphol airport in Amsterdam
A British man is being held at Schiphol airport on suspicion of being a terrorist

A British man of Somali origin has been arrested at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport on suspicion of being a terrorist, Dutch prosecutors say.
He had arrived from Liverpool en route to Entebbe in Uganda, they said.
A police spokesman said the man had been arrested before a flight took off from the airport, one of Europe's busiest, on Sunday morning.
Two Yemenis arrested in Amsterdam on suspicion of planning a terror attack were released earlier this month.
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Gefkii Godane ee Culimada Soomaaliyeed

Dhageyse hadalkii ka soo baxay madaxa Al Shabab oo ay naqdiyayaan culimada iyo waxgaradka Soomaalidu

Saturday, 18 September 2010

Wasiirka Tacliinta Somalia oo ka hadley khilaafka DF

Wasiirka Tacliinta iyo Hidaha Dowlada Federaalka Ali Jamac Jan-gali oo wareysi siiyey Radio Garowe ayaa ka waramey kulan maanta 17.09.2010 magaalda Muqdisho ku yeesheen xillibaano dowlada Federaalka ah & Wasiiro uu ka mid yahay Jan-gali.

Md. Jan-gali ayaa sheegey in kulanka maanta Muqdisho ka dhacey uu ahaa mid ay yeesheen xillibaanada Dowlada Federaalka kuwooda diidan kulan shaley wakiilada Barlamanka ugu yeereen Ra'isal wasaaraha horyimaado.

Ali Jamac Jan-gali oo horey xilal kala duwan uga soo qabtey Xukuumadihii Cali Maxamed Geedi, Nuur Cade & tan uu hogaaminayo Cumar C/rashiid ayaa ka mid noqonaya Wasiirada tagersan Ra'isal wasaare Cumar Cabdirashid.

Tan iyo intii uu bilowdey khilaafka Ra'isal wasaaraha dowlada Somalia Cumar Cabdirashiid iyo madaxweyne Shiikh Shariif Shiikh Axmed ayaa labada gole la kala safanyihiin.

Dhageyso wareysiga Radio Garowe la yeshay Wasiirka Tacliinta iyo Hidaha Dowlada Somalia Axmed Jan-gali waxaana qabteywariye Suleekha.

Friday, 17 September 2010

Wasiirka Arimaha Dibada Ethiopia oo Kulan xasaasiya xiligan kula leh garoonka diyaradaha Muqdisho Sarakiisha AMISOM iyo Masuuliyiin Sar sare oo ka tirsan Dowladda Soomaliya

Sida aan ku helney warar ka agdhow garoonka diyaradahja iyo dhanka dowladda Soomaliya sarakisheda waxaa xiligaan ay ku warbixiyeen in uu jiro kulan xasaasiya oo ka soconaya Gudaha Garoonka diyaradaha Magalada Muqdisho kaas oo ay iskugu yiamdaan dhnacya AMISOM iyo Dowlada ka dib markii uu halkasi soo garey Wasiirka Arimha Dibada Ethiopia Sium Masvin uuna la leeyahey xsiligaan kulamao albabada u xiranyihiin.
Sii Akhri 

Maxaad kala socotaa labadii Bil u danbeysay dhaqaalaha Soo galay madaxweyne Sheikh Shariif isagoona hal bil gudahoodna ku bixiyey Hal Malyan oo doolar Laaluush iyo xildhibaanada Barlamaanka oo ku deen baxay qilaafka

Madxaweynha dowlada ku meel gaarka ayaa waxaa soo galay labadii bil e eu danbeeysay dhaqaal gaaraayo 7 Malyan ee USD ah kuwaa oo soo kala bixiyeen Dowlada Mareykanka iyo dowlada Emaaradka iyadoona mreykanka bixiyey 5 Malyan oo loogu tala galay maamul wanaaga iyo kobcinta heydaha dowliga waxaana lacagtaasi Shanta Malyan Doolar Sooqaday Cabdikariin Xasan Jaamac oo isagu ah masuulka ugu sareeyo ee madaxyooyada Sii Akhri

Shacabka Boorame Oo Fashiliyey Dad Loo Gacan Galin Lahaa Ciidanka Ethiopia

Boorame (RBC Radio):- Saddex ruux ayaa dhaawac soo gaarey kadib markii banaanbax xoogan ay sameeyeen shacabka ku nool magaalada Boorame ee gobolka Awdal, kadib markii ciidanka Booliska Soomaaliland ay isku dayeen in saddex ruux oo maxaabiis ah ay ku wareejiyaan ciidanka milatariga dalka Ethiopia.
Banaanbaxa oo rabshada watey ayaa dadka magaalada Boorame ay ku muujinayeen sida ay uga xun yihiin xariga saddex ruux oo u dhashay deegaankaasi, kuwaasi oo sida la sheegay ciidanka Soomaaliland ay u qabteen in ay ku eedeysan yihiin in ay gacan siiyeen ciidamo dhowaan ka soo degay xeebaha Soomaaliland kuwaasi oo ka tirsanaa jabhada ONLF.Sii Akhri

MI5: Somalia, Yemen Pose Increasing Threat to Security

Hard-line Islamist al-Shabab fighters conduct military exercise in northern Mogadishu's Suqaholaha neighborhood, Somalia, 5 Sep 2010
Photo: AP
Hard-line Islamist al-Shabab fighters conduct military exercise in northern Mogadishu's Suqaholaha neighborhood, Somalia, 5 Sep 2010
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The head of Britain's security services has said al-Qaida plots targeting Britain are increasingly originating from Somalia and Yemen. He described Somalia as a "seedbed for terrorism" and said it resembles Afghanistan during the 1990s.Read More

Somali president in Uganda during political unrest

MOGADISHU, Somalia — Somalia's president is traveling to Uganda for talks on security issues at a time of political upheaval in Mogadishu.
Somalia's Ministry of Information said Friday that President Sheik Sharif Sheik Ahmed would confer with his Ugandan counterpart on ways Kampala can help Somalia restore security so the government can deliver services.
Uganda is one of two African countries with troops in Mogadishu to protect the weak, U.N.-backed government from powerful Islamist insurgents.
The visit comes a day after a rift between Ahmed and Prime Minister Omar Abdirashid Ali Sharmarke over a new draft constitution boiled over. The prime minister faces a vote of confidence within two days that could see him lose his job.
Somalia has not had an effective government for 19 years.

Somalia needs more military, financial support: UN

By Louis Charbonneau
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The world urgently needs to boost military support for Somalia's government and African Union forces deployed in the virtually lawless Horn of Africa nation, the new U.N. envoy to Somalia said on Thursday.
"While the crisis in Somalia persists, positive opportunities still exist in both the political and security sectors to move the peace process forward," U.N. special envoy Augustine Mahiga told the Security Read More

Somali PM to face confidence vote in parliament

By Abdi Sheikh
MOGADISHU (Reuters) - Somalia's prime minister will face a new confidence vote in parliament on Saturday as a power-struggle between the leader of the government and President Sheikh Sharif Ahmed comes to a head.
Prime Minister Omar Abdirashid Sharmarke has come under intense pressure to step down in recent months, with Ahmed leading calls for him to go.
Somalia's parliament has already voted once to oust Sharmarke and his Western-backed government. But the prime minister rejected the Read More

If the 'Mosque' Isn't Built, This Is No Longer America

I am opposed to the building of the "mosque" two blocks from Ground Zero.
I want it built on Ground Zero.
Why? Because I believe in an America that protects those who are the victims of hate and prejudice. I believe in an America that says you have the right to worship whatever God you have, wherever you want to worship. And I believe in an America that says to the world that we are a loving and generous people and if a bunch of murderers steal your religion from you and use it as their excuse to kill 3,000 souls, then I want to help you get your religion back. And I want to put it at the spot where it was stolen from you.
There's been so much that's been said about this manufactured controversy, I really don't want to waste any time on this day of remembrance talking about it. But I hate bigotry and I hate liars, and so in case you missed any of the truth that's been lost in this, let me point out a few facts: Read More

Thursday, 16 September 2010

Let us go Turkey - Calais Beach of Fathiye Coast (Part II)

Ibrahim the navigator captained the boat for a while
Fig. 1: Ibrahim the navigator captained the boat for a while

12 Islands Boat Cruise in Calais (in pictures)

The famous 12 island boat tour takes you around the bay of Fethiye include three to four stops; bays and islands with clear crystal water to swim and snorkel in. It allows you time to disembark and to explore the ruins found in many of Fethiye’s bays and Islands.
Once you come to Calais beach you have to go on the 12 Islands boat cruise. The boat cruise is a daily cruise and has the capacity to take to the sea a good number of holiday makers as there are a handful of companies that run the service. The many Double – Decker boats you see moored on the river that runs parallel to the Calais beach, a rare sight, are ready to take you to the tour. Their capacity is in the range of 15 to 150 people and all of them have toilets and a self –service bar. They depart the river usually between 10.00 and 11.00 every morning and come back to Calais beach about 17:00 to 18:00 in the evening.  The lunch is included in the tour price which is usually barbecue (fish, chicken and meant balls) but beware the drinks (soft and alcoholic) and snacks are not included.

UN paints bleak Somalia picture

Somalia remains in the grip of violence as al-Shabab fighters seek to remove the UN-backed government AFP]
The United Nations special representative to Somalia has said the situation in the country remains "dire" and "very grave" as divisions among the top leadership threaten efforts to rein in anti-government fighters.
Augustine Mahinga told the UN Security Council in New York on Thursday that the African Union mission in Somalia, or Amisom, was "very badly under-resourced, underprotected and underfunded".
"There are still gaps in financial and material support and they [troops] need more helictopters to help with troop movement and to evacuate casualties," Mahinga said.
He said AU peacekeepers "are not being paid in line with other UN peacekeeping forces and that they just don't have proper surveillance and communication systems to actively protect the civilian population".
Somalia has been gripped by violence as 6,000 AU peacekeepers from Uganda and Burundi - with a UN mandate to protect the presidential palace and the airport - struggle to restore peace and order in the capital, Mogadishu.
The city has been regularly attacked by fighters belonging to al-Shabab, a group that seeks to impose sharia (Islamic law) rule in Somalia and which the US accuses of being linked to al-Qaeda.
No-confidence vote Read More

15 die in Somalia as parliament demands gov't vote

MOGADISHU, Somalia — Mortar rounds fired by suspected Islamist insurgents crashed into Somalia's government complex on Thursday, killing three government soldiers, wounding a member of parliament and triggering a counterattack that killed a dozen more people.
The attack happened while parliament was in session to pass a motion asking leaders of the shaky government to appear within three days for a vote of confidence.
One member of parliament was wounded in the face and five government troops were also hurt. Government and African Union troops responded by firing mortars into the main Bakara Market. At least 12 people were killed and 40 were wounded there, said Ali Muse, the head of Mogadishu's ambulance service. Among them was a little boy. He lay limply in his older brother's arms as he was rushed into a hospital.
In a hospital run by Burundian peacekeepers, small children flinched as AU and government troops nearby fired their own mortars.Read More

Buudadii Magaalada Kamsuuma oo goordhaweyd

Buudadii Magaalada Kamsuuma oo goordhaweyd gaari jiirey kulana dhacay gudaha biyaha wabiga .

Wararkanaga soo gaaraya dagmada Kamsuumaa ee gobbalka jubbada hoose  ayaa sheegaya in buundadii isku xireysay magaaloyinka Jilib iyo kismaayo ay go’day xili uu dul marayey gaar gaar 19 ah oo siday xamuul aad tankisu u badan yahay uu geesta ka gooyey .

Gariga ay sababsatay buundada kamsuuma ayaa ka tagay magaalada Muqdisho isaga oo ku sii jeeday gobolada koofureed ee dalka Somaliya waxaana biyahay wabiga is ku mar ku dhacay gabal ka mid ah dhismihii Buundada iyo garigii oo rarkii sida .Sii Akhri

International Backers of Somalia's TFG Show Growing Unease

nternational backers of Somalia's Transitional Federal Government are calling on government leaders to show cohesion and unity, signaling a growing unease in the international community about the stability of the fragile administration.
In a press statement, top foreign envoys to Somalia – including the U.N.'s Special Representative Augustine Mahiga, his counterpart from the African Union Boubacar Diarra, and Kipruto arap Kirwa from the regional body IGAD – described the ongoing feud between Somali President Sharif Sheik Ahmed and the Prime Minister Omar Abdirashid Ali Sharmarke as "unhelpful" and "potentially damaging" to a country ravaged by nearly two decades of war.
The envoys said those who stand to gain most from the in-fighting are extremists, led by al-Qaida-linked al-Shabab group. The envoys stressed that President Sharif and Prime Minister Sharmarke need to work together to tackle the enormous challenges of defeating the Islamists' threat and establishing security by next August, when the mandate of the transitional government is set to expire.Read More

Wasiir ka hadley khilaafka DF

Wasiirka Arrimaha Bulshada iyo Dhaqan Celinta Dowlada Federaalka KMG ah ee Somalia Prof. Maxamed Cumar (Dalxa) oo u waramayey Radio Garowe isagoo haatan ku sugan Magaalada Muqdisho ayaa ka hadley Khilaafka u dhexeeya Madaxweynaha Sh. Sharif iyo iyo Rai'isul Wasaare Cumar C/rashiid.
Waxaa uu sheegey Wasiirku in labada dhinac uusan cidna si gaar ah ula jirin, isagoo sheegey in Sharci ahaan Madaxweynuhu uusan xilka ka qaadi karin Rai'isul Wasaraha.Sii Akhri

Combating Impunity Key to Building Peace in Somalia, Says UN Human Rights Official

Condemning the recent attacks on civilians in Somalia, a senior United Nations human rights official on Wednesday urged greater efforts to tackle decades of impunity, which she described as one of the root causes of conflict in the strife-torn nation.
"Addressing the continuing cycle of impunity and violence should be a cornerstone in the foundation of building peace in Somalia," said Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights Kyung-wha Kang, adding that it should serve as a deterrent to would-be violators that they will be held to account.Read More

Wednesday, 15 September 2010

Dagaalyahano Islaami ah oo gudaha u soo galay Boosaaso, qorsheynayana in ay Xaafadaha Magaalada ka Bilaabaan Dagaal.

Warar lagu kalsoon yahay waxay sheegayaan in gudaha Magaalada Boosaaso soo galeen Boqolaal Dagaal yahan oo qoprsheynaya in ay ka dagaalamaan Xaafadaha Magaalada Boosaaso. Dagaal yahanadan Islaamiyiinta ah ayaa ka kala yimi Gobolada Jubooyinka, Baay, Shabeelooyinka iyo Banaadir, waxa ayna xoojinayaan Dagaalka Sheekh Atam kula jiro Faroole.
Warar hoose oo aanu ka helnay ilo ku dhow dhow Xoogaga Islamiyiinta waxay tilmaamayaan dagaalka ay kula jiraan Faroole in ay ku baahinayaan gudaha Magaalooyinka waa weyn si loo curyaamiyo fariisimaha ay kuga duulayaan deegaanada Islaamiyiinta ee Buuraleeyda. Islaamiyiintan ayaa gabaad ka helaya Beelaha Deegaanka kuwooda ugu waa weyn oo ka biyo diidsan Hogaanka sare ee Maamulka Puntland.Sii Akhri

Madaxweyne Sheikh Shariif iyo Raiisal wasaare Cumar Cabdirashiid oo midkood xilka laga xayuubinayo

Weerar hoose ay wadaan beesha caalamka ayaa lagu doonayaa in xilka midkood baneeyo madaxweynaha ama wasiirka koowaad si hoowsha loo sii wado iyadoona intabadan Beesha caalamka la safan yihiin wasiirka koowaad Cumar Cabdirashiid oo isagu ku dankiigo wadamada Deeqda bixiyo halka Madaxweyne Sheikh Shariif uu isagu xiligaan xaalka ku xun yahay mar haduuna heysan taageerada Beesha caalamka
Sii Akhri

Madaxweynaha Kililka Shanaad Oo Sheegay In Ay Laayeen Ciidamo Dhowaan Kasoo Degay Xeebaha Somaliland

Jigjiga (RBC Radio):- Madaxweynaha Kililka shanaad ee ismaamulka Soomaalida Ethiopia Mudane Cabdi Maxamuud ayaa sheegay in laga hortagey isla markaana la baaba’shay ciidamo dhowaan ka soo degay xeebaha maamulka Soomaaliland kuwaasi oo ka tirsanaa Jabhadda ONLF.
Mudane Cabdi Maxamuud Cumar waxaa uu sheegay in ciidanka ka soo degay xeebaha Soomaaliland ay u soo talaabeen oo ay gudaha u soo galeen dhulka Ethiopia, waxayna dagaal kharaar la galeen ayuu yiri Ciidamada Ethiopia.Sii Akhri

Alshabaabka Baladweyne iyo Ahlusunada Cabdiwaaq oo manuucay dhageysiga diiniga culumo siweyn wax looga dhageysto

Xarakada Alshabaab ee ka arimisa goboblka Hiiraan caasimadiisa Baladweyne ayaa idaacadaha gobolkaasi ka jira dul dhigay amar ah in aan wacdiga diiniga ahee ay sheegaan Sheekh Mustafa Sheekh Ismaaciil Haaruun, Sheekh Max’uud Cabdala Awcariif iyo Sheekh Abuukar Xasan Maalin.aan la soo deyn kareyni iyagoona sheegin sababta keentay in wacdi diini ah xiligaan la joojiyo iyadoona dadka la farayo wanaag xumanta laga reebayoSii Akhri

Draft Constitution will deepen Somalia’s crisis

While the persistent political squabbles among the leaders of the Transitional Federal Government of Somalia (TFG) are the hallmark of dysfunctional and corrupt regime,  the ongoing dispute over the Draft  Constitution deserves  attention, scrutiny and comment. The externally-driven Constitution-Making Process will deepen the Somali crisis, will perpetuate the chaos and massacre in South Central Somalia and finally will obliterate Somalia as a country.
This controversy is continuation of the political crisis that started when former Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Sharif Hassan Sheikh Adan, successfully usurped the position of Parliamentary Speaker. At that time, I contended that the purpose of the move might be related to future passage of questionable legislative acts like the Constitution in dispute and other legal acts that would compromise Somalia’s sovereignty, reconciliation and stability. It looks as the situation evolves to the predicted direction. Read More

Tuesday, 14 September 2010

Constructive Re-Engagement Required, Not Disengagement

Washington, DC — Somalia increasingly represents a direct threat to U.S. national security.
On July 25, the U.S. Justice Department indicted 14 individuals, including American citizens, accused of providing "money, personnel and services" to al-Shabaab, the Somali militant organization that is seeking to overthrow the internationally-recognized Transitional Federal Government (TFG).Read More

Kulankii loo balansanaa ee Baarlamaanka KMG oo ay Xukuumaddu ku hortagilaheryd {Madaxweyne Sheekh Shariifna la shegay in uu ka qeyb galayo oo aan cadeyn in uu qabsoomi doon iyo Ra’isul wasaaraha oo ka biyo diiday iyo faahafaino hoose

Waxaa lagu wadaa saacadaha soo socda inay kulan isugu yimaadaan xildhibaanada Baarlamaanka dowladda KMG Soomaaliya, kaas oo lagu wado in Xukuumadda Cumar C/rashiid ay Baarlamaanka ku hortagto si codka kalsoonida loogu qaado.
Kulan uu Baarlamaanka Maanta oo Talaado ah yeelanayo ayaa waxaa la sheegay inuu ka qeybgeli doono Madaxweynaha dowladda KMG, kaas oo wararka qaar ay sheegayaan in lagu doonayo in xilka looga qaado Ra’isul wasaare Cumar C/rashiid oo uu khilaaf xoogan kala dhaxeeyo Madaxweynaha dowladda KMG Sheekh Shariif Sheekh Axmed.
Kulan uu Baarlamaanku yeelanayo ayaa ka dambeeyey ka dib markii uu shalay gelinkii dambe sheegay ku simaha Ra’isul wasaaraha dowladda KMG Soomaaliya, ahna Wasiirka dekaddaha Sheekh Aadan Maxamed Nuur {Sheekh Aadan Madoobe}.Sii Akhri

Wasiir ka tirsanaan jiray Xukuumadda Cumar C/rashiid oo si kulul u weeraray Madaxweynaha iyo Ra’isul wasaaraha

Mid ka mid ahaa wasiiradii xilka wasiirnimo iska casilay bilooyin ka hor ee ka tirsanaa Xukuumadda Ra’isul wasaare Cumar C/rashiid Cali Sharma’arke ayaa si aan horay loo arag weerar afka ah ugu qaaday Madaxweynaha iyo Ra’isul wasaaraha dowladda KMG Soomaaliya
C/raxmaan Cabdi C/shakuur oo ahaa wasiirkii hore ee wasaaradda qorsheynta iyo iskaashiga caalamiga ahna haatan Xildhibaan ka tirsan Baarlamaanka KMG Soomaaliya ayaa ku eedeeyey Madaxweyne Sheekh Shariif inuusan ka faa’ideysan fursad weyn oo uu heystay inta uu xilka Madaxweynenimada Soomaaliya hayo, isla markaasna uu dhumiyey xubnihii isbaheysigiisa ee dowladda kula jira, kuwaas oo kala ahaa Isbaheysigii Asmara iyo Midowgii Maxkamadaha Islaamiga, sidoo kalena uu lumiyey saaxiibadiisii gobolka.Sii Akhri

Ciidama Itoobiyaan oo hubeysan oo xoog ku soo galay Buuraleyda Maarman ee deegaanka Xariirad ee Soomaaliland iyadoona ciidamada

Ciidamo Itoobiyaan oo ku hubeysan gawaarada gaashaaman ayaa wax yar ka hor soo galay halka ay soo galeen ciidamadii 300 kor u dhafaayey ee ka yimid dalka Eratareya iyadoona ciidamada Itoobiya durbab isku gaadaamay buuraleyda Maarmaar ee dhanka Xariirad
Ciidamada Itoobiyaanka ah ayaa amar ku siiyey ciidamada Soomaaliland in ay ciidamada Itoobiya u dayaan howshaan si ay si degd eg ugu soo afjaraan iyadoona warkaan na soo siiyeen dadka deegaanka in Ciidamo Itoobiyaan gudaha U soo galeen dhulka Soomaaliland hadana isku gadaameen buuraha ay joogaan ciidamada 300 kor u dhaafaayo ee dhumaleysiga ku soo galay deegaanka Seylac ee buuraleyda Maarmaan.
Sii Akhri

Sunday, 12 September 2010

Daawo sawirada shirkii Gudiga guurtada Beelaha Hawiye ee Ciise Dalabeey ka khudbeeyey

Muqdisho( shantii bishan sebtebar lagu sameeyey magaalada Muqdisho Gole cusub oo loogu yeerey Golaha Guurtada Beelaha Hawiye,waxaana Gudoomiye looga dhigey Ciise Ahmed Dalabeey ,halkaasoo uu kasoo jeediyey khudbadii dad badan ku qosleen ee aan horey idiinkusoo gudbiney. hada waxaan idiin haynaa sawiradii shirkaas ee daawasho wacan, waxaana shirka kasoo qayb galey dad ka badan 300 qof una riyaaqsanaa khudbada Ciise Dalabeey.

Saturday, 11 September 2010

China Plans Huge Buses That Can DRIVE OVER Cars (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

China has overtaken the United States as the world’s biggest producer of greenhouse gases and biggest energy consumer.
But the country is also thinking in big and bold ways when it comes to how it will reduce pollution and a new plan to build a “straddling bus” is among the most space-age schemes yet.
In an effort to go green and relieve congestion without widening roads, the Shenzhen Huashi Future Parking Equipment company is developing a “3D Express Coach” (also known as a “three-dimensional fast bus”).

The innovation will allow cars less than 2 meters high to travel underneath the upper level of the vehicle, which will be carrying passengers (PHOTOS).Read More

Iid Mubarik: Down to Saudi Religious Imperialism

"Saudi Arabia has declared that Ramadan for the year 1431 Hijrah will complete 30 days, and the first day of Eid AL-Fitr will correspond to Friday the 10th of September 2010."
السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
كل عام وأنتم بألف خير بمناسبة حلول عيد الفطر المبارك. أعاده الله علينا وعليكم وعلى الأمة الإسلامية بالخير واليمن والبركات.
و تقبل الله طاعاتكم، وصيامكم، وصلاتكم. بلغنا الله وإياكم رمضان المقبل، وجعل سنتكم حتى حينه سنة مباركة، زاهرة، مليئة بما يسركم من خيري الدينا واللآخرة
Dr Zulfiqar Ali Shah
The above message which regards the world as flat that has one time zone spoiled the schedule of millions of hard working Muslims in Europe.

The Moslems in Europe made arrangements well in advance to observe the festival of Iid al Fitri (celebration in honour of breaking the month long fast in which people abstain from drinking, eating, smoking and sexual activities from sun rise to sunset) on Thursday the 9 of September. Workers took leave, business meetings rescheduled, hospital appointments altered, dialysis patients swapped their days and etc lest they miss the festival of Iid which is highly venerated day in the Islamic calendar.Read More

Zooming in Ahmedou Ould Abdallah in Burundi Mission (1993-1995)

Mostly Hutu civilians walk across the bridge marking the border between Burundi and Zaire March 27, 1995, as they flee Bujumbura after an episode of ethnic violence. There is a heavy military presence in the streets of the capital and thousands have fled their homes towards neighboring Zaire
IntroductionBiyokulule Online
May 21, 2010

In his memoir, Burundi on the Brink, 1993-95, diplomat Ahmedou Ould Abdallah has boosted his mission`s success in the political situation in Burundi during the two years surrounding the 1994 genocide in neighboring Rwanda. However, as a special U.N. representative with a mandate to mediate in Burundi`s simmering civil war, Ould-Abdallah inserted himself as someone who is pushing unpopular, imaginative agenda. He was accused of lack of impartiality, and indeed was taking sides in Burundi`s ethnic conflict. The country`s fratricidal brew of bloodshed, suspicion, fear, and rumor skyrocketed during his tenure, achieving insignificant successes in crisis control and longer-term peacemaking.

In fact, during his term, the International Community realized that “the cost of failure in Burundi - where more than 100,000 people have already died in 18 months of turmoil - will be hundreds of millions of pounds in aid”. Here, Biyokulule Online puts forward to its readers the tragic news of Burundi`s crisis, under the care of diplomat Ahmedou Ould Abdallah`s “preventive diplomacy” techniques.Read More

Somali president fires top commanders

Somalia’s President Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed has fired military chief General Mohamed Gelle Kahiye along with several other top military and police commanders.
The move comes after thousands of tons of heavy weaponry were stolen from Somali government stores resulting in Sharif relieving the top military officials of their jobs on Sunday.
Investigations were held after top officials were accused of stealing from the Somali government.
Sharif is now planning on appointing new army chiefs.Read More

Somali troops foil seaport suicide attack - police

MOGADISHU, Sept 11 (Reuters) - Somali police said they had foiled a suicide attack by Islamist rebels on the seaport in the capital Mogadishu on Saturday, two days after a bomb attack on the city's airport.

Abdullahi Abdi, a police officer based at the port, said the driver of a petrol tanker was forced by a gunman to speed through a checkpoint at the port's entrance and government troops opened fire.Read More

Culumo udiinka Ahlu-Suna oo Sheegay Baadari ku Dhawaaqay Gubista kitaabka Qur’aanka Kariimka in uu ka Tirsanyahay Al-Qaacida

Muqdisho RBC Radio) Culumo udiinka Ahlu-Suna Waljamaaca ayaa canbaareeyay Baadariga kaniisad kutaala gobalka ka mid ah wadanka Maraykanka kaas oo horay u sheegay in ay la gubayo kitaabka qur aanka kariimka.
Afhayeenka culumo udiinka Ahlu Suna Waljamaac Sheekh C/laahi Sheekh C/rixmaan Abuu Yuusuf Al-qaadi ayaa waxa uu sheegay in ay si aad ah u canbaaraynayaan hadalka ka soo yeeray baadarigaasi.
Sheekh C/laahi Sheekh C/rixmaan Abuu yuusuf Al-Qaadi ayaa waxa uu ku eedeeyay in baadarigaasi uu ka tirsanyahay argagixisada caalamka waxa uuna si gaar ah carabka ugu dhuftay in uu ka mid yahay ururka Al-Qaacida.Sii Akhri

Dhageyso Sheikh Ciise Ahmed Dalabey: Waxaan u sheegayaa Beesha Daarood iney naga kaxeystaan Cumar Cabdirashiid A.Sharmaake

Muqdisho(”Waaxaan u sheegaya Beesha Daarood iney naga kaxeystaan Raíisalwasaare Cumar, Hantidayadii buu dhacay oo uu Puntland geeyey, Waxaan u sheegayaa beesha Dig iyo mirifle iney Shariif Xasan naga kaxeystaan, Boorsaweynta Hotelada noo jiifa iayana ha naga baxeen ama hanasoo raceeen”  Hadalkaan wuxuu ka mid ahaa khudbad uu jeediyey Ninka layiraahdo Sheikh Ciise Ahmed Dalabey oo sheegtey inuu yahey gudoomiyaha Gole cusub oo lagu magacaabo Golaha Midnimada Hawiye, khudbada labo qayb ayaan u qaybiney ee hoos ka dhageyso Qaybta  dambe waxey ku socotaa Al-shabaab, riix meesha hoose si aad u dhageysato,

Dhageyso 1 

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Friday, 10 September 2010

id Mubarik: Down to Saudi Religious Imperialism

"Saudi Arabia has declared that Ramadan for the year 1431 Hijrah will complete 30 days, and the first day of Eid AL-Fitr will correspond to Friday the 10th of September 2010."
السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته
كل عام وأنتم بألف خير بمناسبة حلول عيد الفطر المبارك. أعاده الله علينا وعليكم وعلى الأمة الإسلامية بالخير واليمن والبركات.
و تقبل الله طاعاتكم، وصيامكم، وصلاتكم. بلغنا الله وإياكم رمضان المقبل، وجعل سنتكم حتى حينه سنة مباركة، زاهرة، مليئة بما يسركم من خيري الدينا واللآخرة
Dr Zulfiqar Ali Shah
The above message which regards the world as flat that has one time zone spoiled the schedule of millions of hard working Muslims in Europe.

The Moslems in Europe made arrangements well in advance to observe the festival of Iid al Fitri (celebration in honour of breaking the month long fast in which people abstain from drinking, eating, smoking and sexual activities from sun rise to sunset) on Thursday the 9 of September. Workers took leave, business meetings rescheduled, hospital appointments altered, dialysis patients swapped their days and etc lest they miss the festival of Iid which is highly venerated day in the Islamic calendar.Read More

How Somalia Was Made ‘Great Again’

AFRICA How Somalia Was Made ‘Great Again’ 0 Comments Published   22 hours ago   on   August 23, 2020 By   Abukar Arman In recent weeks the c...