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AU Calls for Lifting of Arms Embargo

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Re: AU Calls for Lifting of Arms Embargo

Postby Xamud. » Sat Oct 13, 2012 9:14 pm


Give it a rest man, stop repeating the 88 incident as if its funny, if no one laughed the first time, no one is gonna laugh the second time...just saying.
Ninkadan Leelkase, gormad noqoday Eygii beesha Isaaq?
Eyga iyo waxaad sheegeysid maan fahmin, laakin I just find it disgusting that your trying to score points by bringing up the killing of unarmed civilians, waxyalaha qarkod wa laga xishooda.

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Re: AU Calls for Lifting of Arms Embargo

Postby Coldoon » Sat Oct 13, 2012 9:20 pm

Eyga iyo waxaad sheegeysid maan fahmin, laakin I just find it disgusting that your trying to score points by bringing up the killing of unarmed civilians, waxyalaha qarkod wa laga xishooda.
Unarmed civilians? So, you're basically siding with the SNM propaganda. Might as well attend the next SNM tribute ceremony held in Hergeisa. Cajib, war kan ma Dr. Gaboose ba huuhaa ku akhriyeey iileen wa isla Reer Mudug e.

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Re: AU Calls for Lifting of Arms Embargo

Postby Xamud. » Sat Oct 13, 2012 9:24 pm

Eyga iyo waxaad sheegeysid maan fahmin, laakin I just find it disgusting that your trying to score points by bringing up the killing of unarmed civilians, waxyalaha qarkod wa laga xishooda.
Unarmed civilians? So, you're basically siding with the SNM propaganda. Might as well attend the next SNM tribute ceremony held in Hergeisa. Cajib, war kan ma Dr. Gaboose huuhaa ku akhriyeey iileen wa isla Reer Mudug e.

Am not really looking to get into a discussion with you sxb, you are entitled to your opinions...laakin waxyalaha qarkod layskama so qoro...haadi aad so qoreysidna dee marka aad doodeysid ba la so qora ee "joke" ahan loma so qoro.

As for SNM :up: raag rag dhaley.

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Re: AU Calls for Lifting of Arms Embargo

Postby Coldoon » Sat Oct 13, 2012 9:28 pm


As for SNM :up: raag rag dhaley.
That says it all. Don't address me again.

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Re: AU Calls for Lifting of Arms Embargo

Postby original dervish » Sun Oct 14, 2012 3:51 am

snm were the Somali equivalent of the free syrian army.
They were Ethiopian stooges and terrorist scum who killed thousands of unarmed civilans.
I remember them being put against the wall of the police station in Xudun, and being shot like the terrorist scum they were. :up: :som:

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Re: AU Calls for Lifting of Arms Embargo

Postby Calibesteen » Sun Oct 14, 2012 5:45 am

Planning for a Airforce will take time and even longer to get the professionals
Khalid Ali, upon reading this, is greatly relieved. This gives him an opportunity to gather his belongings for a save "is-dhib" at Djibouti, before another 88.

When theres people like coldoon.. There's no wonder that our brother and sisters in the north don't want to reunite.You disgust me.

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Re: AU Calls for Lifting of Arms Embargo

Postby Calibesteen » Sun Oct 14, 2012 6:01 am

snm were the Somali equivalent of the free syrian army.
They were Ethiopian stooges and terrorist scum who killed thousands of unarmed civilans.
I remember them being put against the wall of the police station in Xudun, and being shot like the terrorist scum they were. :up: :som:

Don't compare USC, SNM and the Omar Jess lead SPM with the free Syrian army. The Somali freedom fighters fought a dictatorship that was corrupt, ineffective and that used qabyaalad to stay in Power. They used Ethiopia in order to get weapons but they were not used and controlled by the Ethiopian regime for the simple fact that they didn't create these rebel groups, nor did they carry out military operations with them like they did with Abdullahi Yusuf militia.

In contrast to these righteous groups, you have Morgan and Afweynes son who stole millions of dollars from the central bank only to fund their clan warfare.

The free Syrian army is carrying out the plans of the Wahhabis in Saudi Arabia, The Israelis and the Americans. They get weapon, intelligence, foreign fighters some are even professionally trained soldiers but no one gave this type of support to any of the Somali groups.That's why you shouldn't compare.

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Re: AU Calls for Lifting of Arms Embargo

Postby original dervish » Sun Oct 14, 2012 6:57 am

What the hell are you on about.?
The snm terrorist scum were armed, financed and controlled from Ethiopia.
It has been Ethiopian strategy to fragment Somalia for years. In fact you could say Ethiopians were the first Somalilanders.

If all these terrorist groups you claim were "freedom Fighters", what freedom did they bring to the regions and people they supposedly "liberated".
The issaqs fought a number of devastating wars between 1993, 1994-1996.
The hawiyes, well their atrocities and crimes against humanity are well documented.

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Re: AU Calls for Lifting of Arms Embargo

Postby AhlulbaytSoldier » Sun Oct 14, 2012 7:15 am

Let them first teach basic discpline to those militia calool uusta, before handing them powerful weapons. Imagine if these militia maryo calasta use these kind of weapons against each other in Dharkeenlay. The government must eliminate such militia mooryaans, and hire real soldiers who will not robb and kill people, stealing their mobiles, raping girls in Huriwa.

Basic discipline, paying the salary and enlarging the army.

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Re: AU Calls for Lifting of Arms Embargo

Postby Murax » Sun Oct 14, 2012 7:29 am

Let them first teach basic discpline to those militia calool uusta, before handing them powerful weapons. Imagine if these militia maryo calasta use these kind of weapons against each other in Dharkeenlay. The government must eliminate such militia mooryaans, and hire real soldiers who will not robb and kill people, stealing their mobiles, raping girls in Huriwa.

Basic discipline, paying the salary and enlarging the army.

Thats exactly why there not getting those weapons. Arms Embargo :up:

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Re: AU Calls for Lifting of Arms Embargo

Postby original dervish » Sun Oct 14, 2012 8:37 am

you can forget about the arms embargo being lifted anytime soon.
Firstly for the reasons above, and secondly because AMISOM will be deployed in Somalia for at least a decade.

It suit the international community for Somalia to not have a real army, it makes the government dependent on the IC, not just financially but for their very lives. :D

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Re: AU Calls for Lifting of Arms Embargo

Postby abgaalKING » Sun Oct 14, 2012 8:54 am

The Arms Embargo will Go sooner Or later,Let The proffessional army Get advanced weaponary Like Tanks,Aircrafts etec so that They can Take over the Safety and Security Mogadishu City While Expanding The Amisom into Troubled areas. :steviej:

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Re: AU Calls for Lifting of Arms Embargo

Postby original dervish » Sun Oct 14, 2012 9:59 am

Abgaal

listen....the IC has the Haiti model for Somalia.
Security provided by UN/AU
services provided through NGOs
Somali politicians are required to just sign off on the western orders.

dont get ideas above your station. The ic see you as expendable.
sad but true.

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Re: AU Calls for Lifting of Arms Embargo

Postby Talo alle udaa » Sun Oct 14, 2012 11:29 am

First, the army, police, and intelligentia have to represent all the tribes less some tribes are armed at the behest of others.
Currenlty, the Hawiye are the most represented in the special forces units, army, and police because they inherited the capitol after the fall of the government and live in the epicenter of power.

Whether the current government is succesful or not will be determined by how the regions inhabited by un-armed tribes such as the Sh/hoose are handled by the current Islaax president.

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Re: AU Calls for Lifting of Arms Embargo

Postby AbdiWahab252 » Sun Oct 14, 2012 1:52 pm

We've been playing with some of these bad boy choppers for a while :MJ: hence our swift capture of Kismayo. you centralers are late and better get with the programme before we get bored and decide to test our missile accuracy on Galkayo South, Hobyo and Xamar itself :sadcam:
Sorry mate, there are no Cobras or Apaches being used by the Kenyattis. Lastly, Tolka are prone to get travel sickness when flying so no way they can become pilots.


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