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Rival Groups Sign Landmark Peace Agreement in Djibouti

Postby American-Suufi » Sun Oct 26, 2008 2:03 pm

allah swt bless the tireless efforts of sheikh sharif and the prime-minister nur for seeking peace despite the mayhem of the extremist alqaida affilialated alshabab.

Shabelle Media Network (Mogadishu)

26 October 2008
Posted to the web 26 October 2008

Mogadishu

Somali leaders signed a landmark peace agreement in at the conclusion of peace talks conference in Djibouti capital Djibouti later on Sunday.

Participants at the reconciliation conference included the chairman of the major opposition group Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed and the deputy prime minister of the government Ahmed Abdisalan as well as international community members led by UN special envoy for Somalia Ahmadou Ould Abdalla have entirely praised the Somali political sides over their efforts of signing peace agreement.

The agreed articles included the withdrawal of the Ethiopian troops from the residential areas on 5th of November and other articles we will submit you soon.

In his remarks, Sheikh Sheikh Ahmed thanked to UN for its support. He called for other groups opposed the agreement to come on the table, as well Ahmed Abdisalan said similar remarks.

http://allafrica.com/stories/200810260012.html

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Re: Rival Groups Sign Landmark Peace Agreement in Djibouti

Postby Addoow » Sun Oct 26, 2008 2:12 pm

Well,that is good as long as they make mogadishu amxaaro free!

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Re: Rival Groups Sign Landmark Peace Agreement in Djibouti

Postby Somalian_Boqor » Sun Oct 26, 2008 2:23 pm

This is great news and one I was hoping for. It's time Somalia and it's people move forward and towards peace iyo unity.

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Re: Rival Groups Sign Landmark Peace Agreement in Djibouti

Postby Addoow » Sun Oct 26, 2008 2:24 pm

How will you deal with anti-peace elements?

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Re: Rival Groups Sign Landmark Peace Agreement in Djibouti

Postby American-Suufi » Sun Oct 26, 2008 2:29 pm

Addoow wrote:How will you deal with anti-peace elements?


if they refuse peace, somalis will unite and flush them into the sea like iraqi sunni did to alqaida.

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Re: Rival Groups Sign Landmark Peace Agreement in Djibouti

Postby Somalian_Boqor » Sun Oct 26, 2008 2:34 pm

Addoow wrote:How will you deal with anti-peace elements?


Anti peace elements will always exits but their will lose their popularity iyo support. This Government is here to stay and it continues to gather strength and soon inshallah it's strength will be felt throughout Somalia.

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Re: Rival Groups Sign Landmark Peace Agreement in Djibouti

Postby American-Suufi » Sun Oct 26, 2008 2:37 pm

read this. these dudes don't care about hamar. they don't want to fight ethiopians in their own backyard. their aim is to rule somalia on behalf of their amir osama.

http://www.midnimo.com/view.php?id=127

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the ethiopians and alshabab should all be sent to puntland to continue their war.

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Re: Rival Groups Sign Landmark Peace Agreement in Djibouti

Postby Somalian_Boqor » Sun Oct 26, 2008 2:53 pm

American-Suufi wrote:read this. these dudes don't care about hamar. they don't want to fight ethiopians in their own backyard. their aim is to rule somalia on behalf of their amir osama.

http://www.midnimo.com/view.php?id=127

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the ethiopians and alshabab should all be sent to puntland to continue their war.


Puntlanders would eat Alshabab alive before any war started. Somalis are surly different. Reer Puntland would not bend over for the likes of Al shabab.

It seems the people of the south can't tell the wrong from the right the truth from the lies. Thats why we sent Puntlander to help them out.

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Re: Rival Groups Sign Landmark Peace Agreement in Djibouti

Postby Diyeeshaha_Tolka » Sun Oct 26, 2008 3:38 pm

anyone can sign warqad xun laakiin waxaa loo baahanyahay in la tago xamar lagana fuliyo dhaqangalka heshiiskaas. sheikh shariifna ciidan ka amar qaata xamar majoogaan hada ka horna heshiis ayu saxiixay waxna kama soo bixin kana waa la mid,,aan arakano maalmaha soo socda wixii ka dhaqankala heshiiskan

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Re: Rival Groups Sign Landmark Peace Agreement in Djibouti

Postby Addoow » Sun Oct 26, 2008 4:11 pm

lets us who is gonna win.

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Re: Rival Groups Sign Landmark Peace Agreement in Djibouti

Postby Son_of_Somalia » Sun Oct 26, 2008 4:36 pm

Addoow wrote:lets us who is gonna win.


Yeah lets see who's gonna win.

This so called peace process is fake, we will continue to Kill the HIV Tigray ethiopian wherever we find them 8)

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Re: Rival Groups Sign Landmark Peace Agreement in Djibouti

Postby Addoow » Sun Oct 26, 2008 4:38 pm

son of zomalia
miyan kula hadlay aniga go and kill your cousin qeyrdiid.
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dont mess with me


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