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Originally posted by Karl_Polanyi:

Mansa Musa, This meeting did take place.
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But what you guys have to understand is that SSC people/clan and the SSC militia group are two different things
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A person from SSC can support SL, Alshabab, PL or SL.......But the SSC militia group doesn't support Alshab and has no ties whatsoever to them......

Lets hope that global powers dont know the difference ey

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SOMALILAND: Sool elders hold secret meetings with Al Shabab

 

 

MOGADISHU (Somalilandpress) — Members of ***********’s religious order and elders have been holding a secret meeting organised by Banadir Islamic Society with Al Shabab in Somalia’s capital for the past week.

 

The meeting which was spearheaded by Sheikh Ali Muhammad Hassan, head of Banadir Islamic Society, took place in Mogadishu and brought together members of *********** clan from Sool region in Somaliland and senior members of Al Shabab group. The *********** delegation was led by Mr Ahmed Abdullahi Shanlo, who is an important elder in the tribe and Ali Abdalla Hassan, an intellectual and religious figure.

 

The group praised al shabab for their holy war in Somalia and said they stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the radical group and their “Islamic agenda” for the region. Mr Shanlo compared their religious war with that one Muhammad Abdullah Hassan (Mad Mullah) has waged against the British, Italians and the Ethiopians at the end of the eighteenth century. Mr Shanlo described the current war Al Shabab is waging as just and holy.

 

Many believe Muhammad Abdullah Hassan and Muhammad Ahmad bin Abd’Allah (the Mahdi), a Sufi Sheikh of the Samaniyya order in Sudan to have inspired Al qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden. Mohammad Abdullah Hassan received most of his religious training in what is present day Saudi Arabia, where he studied a fundamentalist brand of Islam called Salihiya, a neo-Sufis teachings similar to the Wahhabism. When Muhammad Abdullah returned to Somaliland he created a religious split among the Somalis between Salihiya and pro-Qadiri brotherhood which led to armed confrontations. Mohammad and his darwish (dervish) army were eventually defeated in 1920.

 

Mr Hassan on his part requested support from al shabab against a recent Ethiopian forces that crossed into the town of Buhodle, the traditional home of Sayid Abdullah.

 

Ethiopia recently established a military post just in the outskirts of Buhodle that has largely angered the locals. The two sides clashed about two weeks ago when the army seized at least 17 transport vehicles. The Ethiopians have since taken the transport across the border and into the town of Jigjiga (see Hundreds flee their homes in Buhodle).

 

Sheikh Ali Muhammad Hassan praised the *********** kinsmen for the recent clash with the Ethiopians in the town that left at least 13 dead and over 30 hurt.

 

In the end all parties agreed there was need to spread the Quran throughout the region.

 

The *********** clans mainly inhabit parts of Sanag and Sool in Somaliland’s eastern regions. The clan is currently divided between pro-Somaliland, Somalia, Puntland and Islamists groups that operate in Somalia’s south.

 

Al Shabab and some members of the *********** clan including the SSC who operate under the Northern Somalia Unionist Movement (NSUM) want to spoil the presidential elections in Somaliland by targeting polling stations, transportation and the military personnel in Sool and Sanag regions.

 

Both Sool and Sanag regions are within Somaliland but small members of the locals want to be part of Mogadishu.

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Maaddeey   

Originally posted by Azizah:

 

Runtii shabaab dagaal ma wado, ee waxa ee wadaan waa waali sida dil, dhac, boob, qaxinta shacabka.

Sheekadaadu haddey halkaa mareyso, Ilaahey ha ku soo aruuriyo, weligaa iska ilaali jikaarka & dulmiga!, Gaal & Muslim waa ka warqabaan in Shabaab dhaca & boobka la dagaaleen, haddii adigu taas aad ku doodeysid adiga lee waaye.

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Qudhac   

jacay

 

are you thinking what i am thinking, ammunition for somaliland has been handed to her on plate lool

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Meiji   

It is at these times that I wish for Dhuusomareeb and Guriceel folks to give up the resistance to Alshabab expansion and just make way for them to go to the North to demonstrate how weak the paper admins are.

 

Without a doubt SL would be subdued within a month and PL would be dismantled and a pseudo Islamic Emirate of Punt with Shongole as his leader would emerge. Of course, that is if the Ethiopians do not intervene and create an "Amisom" buffer force.

 

Thank the lions of Galgaduud while u can.

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Meiji   

MMA,

 

I have to acknowledge the dominant role the folks of Dhusomareeb/Guriceel have played in Somali politics ever since 91.

 

They were always the backbone of every faction that showed incredible fighting capacity, from Gen. Aideeds SNA to JVA that dominated Jubba valley to the ICU/Alshabab (remember Ifka Xalane court and Macalin Cayrows) to the 2 year resistance against Ethiopian occupation which started in full power after Abdiqassins and Culusows house were stormed and the whole Bakaaraha area rose up to the current incredible resistance against Alshabab in Galgaduud. They are the only group in Southern Somalia that have not been subdued by the onslaught of Alshabab.

 

Friend and foe recognize the dominant role that group played in Somalia since 91.

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Meiji..Dominance that ultimately end in failure.

 

They are the only group in Southern Somalia that have not been subdued by the onslaught of Alshabab.

I hope they don't join Al-Shabaab. :D

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Meiji   

Che,

 

What failure?

 

- Galgaduud folks as the backbone of SNA succeeded to wage a military campaign from Gaalkacyo to Maandeera and have battled many different Somali groups in the period 1991-1996.

 

- JVA was succesfull in holding down Jubba regions for almost a decade with Morgan and co trying multiple times to conquer those area's.

 

Even post-2006 area, the group's ventures have been succesfull.

 

-ICU with Ifka Xalane court as the backbone was succesfull in defeating the warlords in 2006.

 

- Resistance to Ethiopian occupation with Bakaaraha (Hodan precisely) as its centre of gravity was succesfull. Even Meles Zenawi and American officials accused one sub-clan for the insurgency.

 

- Alshabab under Cayrows leadership was succesfull in recruiting many Somali youngsters and training them in the ideology of Alshabab.

 

- Guriceel-Dhusomareeb resistance against Alshabab expansion is the only succesfull attempt so far. All other groups in Southern Somalia have been subdued.

 

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Their only failure lies in their disunity.

 

These Dhusomareeb-Guriceel folks are the most divided group in Southern Somalia when you look at the current politics.

 

You have Indhacadde and his Galgaduud militia who are holding down Hodan area for the TFG.

 

You have the Dhusomareeb-Guriceel folks who are opposed to Alshabab/Xisbi Islam and have turned Dhusomareeb/Guriceel into the graveyard of Alshabab.

 

On the other hand,

 

You have Awweys and his dismantled XI (who are now mostly composed of his clan) who are fighting against the TFG. With also many people of the clan who are like Cayrow who are hardcore Alshabab.

 

On whatever side they may be, one thing is clear: they are dominant within every faction.

 

I wonder where their strenght lies, surely it can not be numerical or economical strenght since Banadir folks excell in those area's (demography and economy).

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Oodweyne   

Originally Posted By Mr. Meiji
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Without a doubt SL would be subdued within a month

Stuff and Nonsense, if not a miserable waffle to boot, me think so, dear lad... :cool:

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