xiinfaniin

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  1. Col.Bare Hiiraale oo shalay laga saaray magaalada Kismaayo ayaa ka hadlay warar sheegaya inuu xiriir ka dhaxeeyo dhankooda iyo Al Shabaab.

     

     

    Wareysiga uu maanta bixiyey Col.Bare Hiiraale ayuu uga jawaabay warar sheegaya in dhinacooda ay isu dhiibeen ama xiriir dhow laleeyihiin kooxda Al Shabaab, wuxuuna sheegay in aysan hada ku biirin Al Shabaab, balse ay jiraan waxyaabo badan oo ka dhaxeeya dhinacooda iyo Al Shabaab.

     

    Col.Bare Hiiraale ayaa markii ugu horeysay shaaciyey inay Al Shabaab ka wada shaqeyn doonaan ama ku midoobi doonaan la dagaalanka Kenya iyo sidii ciidamada Kenya looga saari lahaa dalka Soomaaliya.

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    “….Anaga iyo Al Shabaab Soomaali baanu isla nahay dalka ayaa naga dhaxeeya, Kenya waa Gaalo dalkayaga ayey kusoo duushay, waxaan ku midoobi doonaa colaada Kenya iyo ka saaridooda dalka….” Ayuu Wareysiga ku yiri Col.Bare Hiiraale oo sheegay in hada isku aruursanayaan duleedka magaalada Kismaayo sidii ay dib ugu ulla wareegi lahaayeen Kismaayo.

     

    Waxaa xusid mudan Col.Bare Hiiraale wareysi uu shalay bixiyey xiligii uu magaalada kasii baxayey ayuu ku sheegay inuu nabad diyaar u yahay iyo in xal laga gaaro dagaalka Kismaayo.

     

    Hadalada maanta kasoo baxay Col.Bare Hiiraale ayaa u muuqda kuwo xoojinaya eedaynmihii maamulka Jubaland ku heystay Col.Bare Hiiraale iyo xoogaga isbaheystay. Maamulka Jubaland ayaa horey ugu eedeeyey in Dowlada Federaalka iyo kooxda Al Shabaab iyo xoogaga laga saaray Kismaayo isku baheysteen dagaalada ka dhanka ah maamulka Jubaland.

     

    Maamulka Jubaland ayaa sheegay in dagaaladii Kismaayo ka dhacay ay ku qabteen dagaalyahano ka tirsan Al Shabaab oo ay magaalada soo geliyeen Col.Bare Hiiraale iyo ciidamada hoostaga dowlada Federaalka, maalinimadii Khamiistii ayaa weerar miino ay xoogagaasi la beegsadeen ciidamada AMISOM ee ku sugan magaalada Kismaayo.

     

    Waa markii ugu horeysay oo uu Col.Bare Hiiraale si toos ah u shaaciyo inay Al Shabaab ka wada shaqeenayaan la dagaalanka ciidamada AMISOM ee ka socda Kenya ee ku sugan magaalada Kismaayo.

     

    Dagaaladii labadii maalmood ee lasoo dhaafay ka dhacay magaalada Kismaayo ayaa wuxuu u dhaxeeyey maamulka Jubaland ciidamadiisa iyo xoogaga isbaheystay oo uu Col.Bare Hiiraale kamid ahaa, iyadoona la xaqiijiyey in ciidamada AMISOM ee Kenya ay dagaalkaasi aysan ka qeyb qaadan.


  2. lol@Kenya taking sides :D

     

    If you behave like anarchists you will be treated like one. AMISOM in Mogadishu takes sides too. These folks come to help Somalia, not to be neutral with respect to roadblock profiteers


  3. “Acknowledging that Madobe is the de facto leader in charge of an interim Jubaland administration would be pragmatic,” said Matt Bryden, a director of Sahan Research think-tank who previously coordinated a U.N. monitoring report on Somalia.

     

    “The government can’t afford to become embroiled in this,” he said. “It doesn’t have the time, the resources or sufficient influence in Jubaland.”

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    The European Union’s top Africa official, Nicholas Westcott, said it was vital for a deal to improve security in Jubaland, a region which some analysts fear could otherwise break away.

     

     

     

    a one year or two year interim JUBALAND administration (not lower jubba, which was the Hassan and Shirdon government proposed) is a good compromise. After that the parliament of Jubbaland will elect another president , but the state's form and composition will not change.


  4. Somalia may accept former islamist warlord in port city: diplomats

    June 28, 2013

     

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    By Drazen Jorgic

    MOGADISHU (Reuters) – Somalia’s government is expected to recognise a former Islamist warlord it had opposed as interim leader of a strategic port city, diplomats said, defusing a crisis over rival claims to the post that had raised fears of a return to clan warfare.

     

    The threat of the kind of clan fighting that over two decades tore Somalia apart has hung over Kismayu since Ahmed Madobe, leader of the Ras Kamboni militia, was chosen by a regional assembly to lead Jubaland and its port in May.

     

    The fate of Kismayu and the surrounding region in southern Somalia has been seen as a litmus test of whether the government can manage a federal state and cement a fragile peace in place since African peacekeeping troops drove out Islamist militants.

     

    Western and regional diplomats, all with a close knowledge of Somalia and the workings of its government, told Reuters that Mogadishu had changed tack and was resigned to having the Ras Kamboni leader stay in charge, but on an interim basis.

     

    “They recognise that they have to deal with Madobe,” said one senior Western diplomat.

     

    Regional capitals and Western donors are nervous about any reversal of delicate security gains made in Somalia by African troops fighting against the al Qaeda-linked militants, seen as a threat to stability in the region and beyond.

     

    Central government spokesman Abdirahman Omar Osman said Mogadishu, which had widely been seen to back another candidate, was ready for a deal but it had not decided on who it would be.

     

    “We are willing to compromise provided that the legality, the constitution, and the federal institution and mandate is protected,” he said, adding senior government officials were in Kismayu for negotiations with the rival parties.

     

    Even with the regional leader title, Madobe will only really control Kismayu and its immediate surrounds because al Shabaab Islamist militants still control much of Jubaland’s countryside.

     

    LUCRATIVE BUSINESS

     

    Dozens of people have been killed in Kismayu since May in sporadic clashes between Madobe’s Ras Kamboni militia, opposed by the central government, and fighters loyal to Barre Hirale, another former warlord seen as having Mogadishu’s backing.

     

    Rival clans want control of port taxes, valuable charcoal exports and levies on arms and other illegal imports.

     

    If a deal is struck, one government source said the interim administration would be in place for up to a year before a vote.

     

    The situation has been complicated because of ambiguity over how Somalia, including its break-away regions, will be governed as a federation and because Mogadishu has little leverage as its poorly paid and trained security forces cannot impose control.

     

    “Acknowledging that Madobe is the de facto leader in charge of an interim Jubaland administration would be pragmatic,” said Matt Bryden, a director of Sahan Research think-tank who previously coordinated a U.N. monitoring report on Somalia.

     

    “The government can’t afford to become embroiled in this,” he said. “It doesn’t have the time, the resources or sufficient influence in Jubaland.”

     

    Madobe was a governor of Kismayu during an administration that was routed by Ethiopian forces sent into Somalia between 2006-2009 with tacit U.S. backing.

     

    The European Union’s top Africa official, Nicholas Westcott, said it was vital for a deal to improve security in Jubaland, a region which some analysts fear could otherwise break away.

     

    “If Somalia is fragmented it will never be in position to develop or resolve all the conflicts,” Westcott said.

     

    Source: Reuters


  5. ^^Understood the conflict in Kismayo might have confused few kids. But it shouldn't have you confused awoowe.

     

    Kismayo conflict is a play in the park compared to what Somalia has gone through. Yet we always maintained our views on Somalia's unity even as we shot down those with anarchist tendencies in the South. And further more, this Kismayo issue has nothing to do with dismembering Somalia however rough its politics may seem.