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''Wax Qof Qaban Kara ayaa Qaran ka dhintaa'' - Cali Maxamed Warancade (Wasiirka Arrimaha Gudaha JSL)

 

discuss. thoughts welcomed.

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President Siilaanyo’s tyranny inducing civil war in Somaliland

 

“I hold it that a little rebellion now and then is a good thing and as necessary in the political world as storms in the physical.” - Thomas Jefferson.

 

“I am handing to you a stable and a united country. I wish you will pass it to your future successor in a similar state” - Dahir Riyale Kahin

 

Why Somaliland is ripe for rebellion:

 

Citizens respect the rule of law when they can be confident that those with the power to enforce our laws do so fairly. When the government fails to respect the rule of law and imposes its whims on the people then it should expect people to rebel for not fairly applying the rule of law. Courts by its sentence or lack there of send a clear message to the public whether the rule of law is sham or respected. From these messages the public is the final arbiter whether such courts of law are kangaroo or pillars of justice.

 

Arbitrary arrests and suffocation of the free press, travel ban on opposition parties, unrestrained corruption and targeted killings are the whole marks that induce rebellion and civil war.

 

The fragile situation in Somaliland is first and foremost a story of calculated systemic violence under Siilaanyo’s leadership where instead of being the first to intervene in confrontations, very often he is the first to feed the fodder to the fire. What he says becomes the rule of law; it ossifies and limits his future rooms of maneuver.

 

The rise of targeted killings:

 

A recent phenomenon in Somaliland is targeted killings committed by members of the Somaliland police. The first targeted killing occurred on April 24, 2013 when two masked gun men attacked Hubaal newspaper offices and shot at the manager, Mr. Alooley, luckily the shots missed and one of the gunmen was apprehended. Unfortunately the assailant turned out to be a police officer and was recently released by one of Siilaanyo’s kangaroo courts.

 

In the second targeted killing Mohamed Farah Kabileh, an outspoken critic and a Member of Parliament was shot at near his house and the culprit was captured a few days later. It turned out the perpetrator was also a police officer.

 

The third targeted killing was on Vice Chairman of the ruling Kulmiye party and it occurred on November 11, 2013. The perpetrator was also captured.

 

These events validate the emergence of new systemic violence under the shadows of President Siilaanyo’s leadership. This is a dangerous threat to the overall security of Somaliland. With the tribes awash with weapons it will bring about revenge killings that can not be stopped once they start.

 

Conclusion:

 

Siilaanyo’s aggressive posturing against opposition parties and the press has amplified the rising tensions, and raised the risk of escalation. The concern here is that if current trends continue it will have a big impact on our security and stability and along with it will wane investor interest in Somaliland.

 

What we are witnessing is the beginning of the end of Somaliland lead by no one other than president Siilaanyo. His engagement in divisive politics, suffocation of and the arbitrary arrest of the free press, introduction of travel ban on opposition parties, and the emergent targeted killings all point to the road that leads to civil strife.

 

Saeed M. Timir

 

12/14/2013

 

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http://somalilandpress.com/president-siilaanyo%E2%80%99s-tyranny-inducing-civil-war-in-somaliland-46954

 

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excellent piece on the wrongs of the Kulmiye Zionist criminal regime!

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Some ahole called in a bomb threat at school (to skip an exam I'm sure), we've been evacuated :mad:

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Alpha,

 

Power is all consuming.

Did you think Silanyo would be any different?

 

Saff,

 

Hope all will at Harvard.

Does this mean that you will

miss the concert?

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My Beyonce concert? Hell no, I've had front row tickets for this since July, there is NOTHING that will stop me from going. Nothing.

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Khayr;991312 wrote:
Alpha,

 

Power is all consuming.

Did you think Silanyo would be any different?

 

Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh akhi Khayr,

 

indeed, it's a great shame you've been pursuing ''the Saffz'', to engaging in serious discussions, abti.

 

as you'll no doubt be aware.....i'm obsessed with power. one day Alpha will rule. do you think Alpha can do it?

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Alpha Blondy;991320 wrote:
it's my birthday tomorrow.

 

maxa tala ah?

What's there to do in Hargeisa to celebrate? I just finished my semester and I'm getting my nails done this afternoon, then treating myself to Thai food and a movie tonight :D

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Safferz;991326 wrote:
What's there to do in Hargeisa to celebrate? I just finished my semester and I'm getting my nails done this afternoon, then treating myself to Thai food and a movie tonight
:D

thanks for the congratulatory hambalyos. it's been noted.

 

i'm a year older and a lot wiser. it was a great year.

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Abti, I didn't congratulate you because it's still December 16th here and thought I should wait for tomorrow. But HAPPY BIRTHDAY AL!!!!!!! At 36 you've already surpassed your clan's male life expectancy, you have a lot to celebrate.

 

 

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Safferz;991122 wrote:
I found myself an apartment in Addis, everything is all set for late April :cool: Just need to make flight arrangements in the new year.

If it's in Piazza or Madein-alam, qol iga kiree!. :)

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Maaddeey;991346 wrote:
If it's in Piazza or Madein-alam, qol iga kiree!.
:)

In Aware, about 3km from Piazza. But it's a one bedroom, sorry :P

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Maaddeey;991349 wrote:
^
:)

 

Aware, never heard of it. what county is it?.

I'm not sure, but here's the general area on a map, you can see how close it is to Piazza. I stayed at a hotel not too far from there this summer and it's close to the building I will have to go to each day, so it was a good choice. I will get to know Addis quite well this summer :)

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