Farmaajo: We Have No One Else to Blame
There is no doubt that are daily casualties that people in Mogadishu have where the warring parts with foreign allies use heavy weapons which civilians are killed and wounded ruthlessly.
Land mine explosions, mortars shells and other face to face clashes are normally heard in the capital of Mogadishu which usually lose lives of innocent civilians sleeping, passing on the way or in their business centers.
Of course, some people may bring question about why people prefer death instead of wound and this simply can quietly be explained for worst humanitarian situation and the risk they are in.
The city is separated and it’s hard task to have injured person reach hospital at the right time and get the right medical personnel and injury may not get the required human service his/her life is to survived.
people in the capital say that there are no any side they get merciful eyes and they indicate that all warring groups and hospitals are enemy to their lives and they associated to the massacre of the civilians saying one kills or wounds you while other one waits you at the hospital wanting charges which are to difficult to the victim to pay or else the injured will die for hemorrhage.
For example the way that links Bakara market to the southern parts of the capital is nicknamed ‘road of dead’ that means it’s very dangerous all transportations use it and it’s the spot where the Islamist fighters and AMISOM exchange fires which is only the way civilians use either they are on their buses or walking on their feet.
People pray Allah to save them during their trip to Bakara market and return safely and they always have their fingers on their heart saying how they would reach their goals and return back with out harm.
Killing, injuring and forcing civilians to flee from their homes, joining to the internally displaced people and permanent shelling between warring sides inspired people to prefer death instead wound as both brutally target civilians in the worst conditions having no aid, no peace and forgotten in the war torn city of Mogadishu.
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Black - Keydmedia Correspondent
I read your article on Foreign Policy with keen eyes and interest. While whining from public officials does not deserve response from any sensible citizen of the Republic of Somalia, I felt compelled to counter false narrative with more objective analysis.