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Garaad Jama Ali calls for UN Help and Complains

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Garaad Jama Ali calls for UN Help and Complains

Postby Siciid85 » Tue May 25, 2010 5:06 am

I am profoundly disappointed with the whole UN involvement in Somalia and wonder whether its [humanitarian] activities in our country are in line with its stated objectives. My people in Sool, Sanaag, and Ayn regions share these feelings and views with me.

I alway believed that the core value and mission of the United Nations is respect for all humans, principle of impartiality, fairness, neutrality, and independence from undue influence of any party. It was always my firm conviction that the UN has special responsibility for ensuring the protection and assistance of vulnerable civilian populations in time of war and other major calamities which are imposed on them and are not of their own making.

My long-held view about this world body is now shattered by the reality on the ground, the reality happening now to my people and to my land.

My people are being killed, maimed, and imprisoned by the clan-based entity in Hargeisa. My people are being driven from their homes and their land; my people are being displaced from major population centers in which they lived including Buhodle, Lasanod, Widhwidh, Balli-Hara. The latest assault by SNM occurried in Buhodle, widhiwdh, and Balli-hara during May 21-23. In the this latest incident Hargeisa entity militias killed over 50 people including women, children, and older people.Over 150 people were wounded, properties destroyed and pillaged. These attacks have created a humanitarian disaster.

The UN and its many agencies has miserably failed to undertake its mandate to intervene and stop the naked aggression being committed by the clan-driven, so-called Somaliland enclave against the peaceful people in Sool, Sanaag, and Ayn regions. No humanitarian relief has so far reached those affected areas. The UN has failed to assist those affected civilians who are in dire need for medicine, food, shelter, and other necessities.
Heavy rains have also complicated the situation.

Long before this tragedy occurred we issued many warning and calls to the UN for action to prevent it only to fell on deaf ears; the UN had blatantly ignored the unfolding tragedy; And now this.

Therefore, on half of my people, I call the whole world to stop this slaughter of my people by the so-called Somaliland perpetrators. I call the UN to condemn this heinous atrocity being committed by the SNM militia against my innocent people. I also call for urgent humanitarian assistance for the the wounded and the displaced people of Buhodle, Widhwidh, Bali-hara, and the other places affected by this destruction.


BY Garad Jama Garad Ali Garad Jama

The Traditional Leader Of Sool, Sanaag And ayn Regions.

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Re: Garaad Jama Ali calls for UN Help and Complains

Postby abdikarim86 » Tue May 25, 2010 7:50 am

faking hell @ the spelling :lol:

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Re: Garaad Jama Ali calls for UN Help and Complains

Postby udun » Tue May 25, 2010 1:12 pm

Where is the source?

At least add the source if you want people to believe it.

If this letter is genuine, it is actually meeting its purpose. I think the efforts is to cast doubts on SL's claim that it is controlling the territories it claims, that it is 'democratic', an that there is a peace in the so-called SL. I think whoever wrote is communicating to the Europeans, Americans, and certain countries in Africa who have been lately pushing the so-called 'recognition' f@race. You see we are into the game of refuting your claims, on the ground level the resistance is picking up, and on the deplomatic front, we are starting to go on the offensive. Whoever posted this letter in SNET is actually contributing to our propoganda effort.

Good work, keep doing it.

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Re: Garaad Jama Ali calls for UN Help and Complains

Postby abdikarim86 » Tue May 25, 2010 1:56 pm

^ waa jidbaale.com :lol:

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Re: Garaad Jama Ali calls for UN Help and Complains

Postby SahanGalbeed » Tue May 25, 2010 7:42 pm

This is old , genuine but old , we just recycle it I guess anytime there's a dhulbahante huu-ha somewhere in Sool .
Fair game , we didn't make it up, we just recycle it :lol:


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