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Zakariya Xaaji Cabdi

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Zakariya Xaaji Cabdi

Postby guhad122 » Wed Jul 17, 2013 11:20 pm

So this dude was acting nationalist in opposing Jubaland project yet in Xamar, he is protected by a crazy warlord who takes money to assassinate opponents. Check this video and start at 55 minutes and observe how this Zakariya dude rejects Jubaland in the basis of Somali nationalist belief.


He is protected and works with a Cabdi Waal who is a known drug dealer. Remember back when ICU liberated Muqdisho from the warlords, they found stashes of drugs in his house. It was actually Raskanboni who captured his house and had him on the run. Today he controls many areas in Muqdisho with his own militia yet the so-called government claims to have control of the city.

"New York - Eritrea is undermining stability in conflict-ravaged Somalia by paying political agents and a warlord linked to Islamist militants to influence the Mogadishu government, UN sanctions experts said in a confidential report.

The Eritrean government has long denied playing any negative role in Somalia, saying it has no links to Islamist al Shabaab militants fighting to overthrow the Somali government. It says the UN sanctions imposed on it in 2009 for supporting al Shabaab were based on lies and has called for the sanctions to be lifted.

The latest annual report by the UN Monitoring Group on Somalia and Eritrea to the Security Council's Somalia/Eritrea sanctions committee casts fresh doubt on Asmara's denials, undermining its case for lifting the sanctions against it.

"The Monitoring Group has received numerous reports about the warming of relations between Asmara and Mogadishu, and has obtained evidence of Asmara's control of political agents close to the Somali presidency and some of the individual spoilers," the group said in the report, seen by Reuters.

One such operative, the monitors said, is "Eritrean agent of influence Abdi Nur Siad 'Abdi Wal',... who is reported to have a close relationship with a senior al Shabaab commander".

The monitors describe Abdi Wal as a "warlord".

"Abdi Wal is now a close ally of former ARS-Asmara [a Somali Islamist network in Eritrea] leader Zakaria Mohamed Haji Abdi, for whom he provides security in Mogadishu," the monitors said. "He is known to command the allegiance of about 100 fighters in Mogadishu and is involved in contract killings."

The monitors said in their report that they have "obtained direct testimonies and concrete evidence of Eritrean support to Abdi Wal and Mohamed Wali Sheikh Ahmed Nuur". The Monitoring Group has reported on Ahmed Nuur in the past, describing him as a "political coordinator for al Shabaab" and a recipient of funds from Eritrea.

"A source on the Eritrean payroll in direct contact with Abdi Wal has confirmed that Abdi Wal has admitted in closed-door meetings that he is acting as an agent for the Eritrean government," the group said in its latest report.

Eritrea's UN mission did not respond to a request for comment. The latest report said that Ahmed Nuur, also known as Ugas Mohamed Wali Sheikh, has repeatedly held meetings in Khartoum with Mohamed Mantai, Eritrea's ambassador to Sudan and, since December, Iran.

"During these meetings, options for Eritrean financial support to Ahmed Nuur were discussed," the report said.

Mantai, a former military intelligence officer, has a history of operating in Somalia and was expelled from Kenya in 2009 after he returned from Somalia following meetings with al Shabaab agents, the monitors said."

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Re: Zakariya Xaaji Cabdi

Postby Titanium » Wed Jul 17, 2013 11:31 pm

Friends of Matt Bryden were the authors of this report. They are only interested in seeing a divided and chaotic Somalia for many years to come because it is good for the NGO business. Whatever you hear from the UN should be taken with a grain of salt. They are not on your side but on the side of NGO profit so don't regard their report as gospel.

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Re: Zakariya Xaaji Cabdi

Postby Advo » Wed Jul 17, 2013 11:33 pm

:wow: he spoke the truth in the video and said something that made me respect him, he acknowledged he has few days remaining and is worried about the future of his children. Btw guhaad don't believe these bullsh!t articles ment to further divide the nation.

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Re: Zakariya Xaaji Cabdi

Postby guhad122 » Wed Jul 17, 2013 11:45 pm

Friends of Matt Bryden were the authors of this report. They are only interested in seeing a divided and chaotic Somalia for many years to come because it is good for the NGO business. Whatever you hear from the UN should be taken with a grain of salt. They are not on your side but on the side of NGO profit so don't regard their report as gospel.
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When do we believe these people then? When they tell us that Kenyan are responsible for the charcoal export in Kismayo?

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Re: Zakariya Xaaji Cabdi

Postby Mustafee101 » Thu Jul 18, 2013 12:22 am

Ina Xaaji Cabdi maa Darbi-Darood ba?

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Re: Zakariya Xaaji Cabdi

Postby AbtiiDoon » Thu Jul 18, 2013 12:23 am

this guy cracks me up everytime I see him irl.
the way he agrees with someone and then totally flips on em' :Heh:

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Re: Zakariya Xaaji Cabdi

Postby Titanium » Thu Jul 18, 2013 3:13 am

Friends of Matt Bryden were the authors of this report. They are only interested in seeing a divided and chaotic Somalia for many years to come because it is good for the NGO business. Whatever you hear from the UN should be taken with a grain of salt. They are not on your side but on the side of NGO profit so don't regard their report as gospel.
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When do we believe these people then? When they tell us that Kenyan are responsible for the charcoal export in Kismayo?
But Kenyan media themselves have said that the Kenyans are engaging in charcoal export and take half of the port revenues. We don't need a UN report to tell us that but if they were the first ones to say it, I would have doubted them.

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Re: Zakariya Xaaji Cabdi

Postby The_Patriot » Thu Jul 18, 2013 4:21 am

Kenyan media did not report and claim KDF selling charcoal.They infact discussed about the port being previously used to export charcoal by groups like AS and agents from Xamar.


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