Is Hawiye’s Call Emotion or Nightmare?

Nairobi ( Somali’s political issues are changing time to time and early suspicion about northern Somali individuals who are said that they leading to the southern areas into bad future and wars, turned into clear story to many southern community elders and figures.
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Is Hawiye’s Call Emotion or Nightmare?

“Eliminating our community is going head here in the south of Somalia, in particular the capital of Somali where the battle takes place day and night and it is against the clans from southern parts of the country,” said Sheikh Ise Dalabey head of Hawiye political clan elders speaking to

Former Mogadishu mayor and governor of Benadir region Mohamed Omar Habeb known as Mohamed Dhere told that the violence makers in the capital Mogadishu are from Somali west region which Ethiopian government colonizes and called for some of Islamist leaders to go back to the region and free their nation and region as he said.

Mohamed Dhere threatened that he would take against Islamist militias being arranged as clan and will free his region first and going ahead to the other Somali regions which are under control by Shabab militias.

Mohamed Dhere told this statement in an interview he gave to some of the local F.M stations in Mogadishu and he seemed to be angry with Islamist acts in the region now and other claims which were that his compound was conquered by Al-shabab, but he rejected that story bringing question about the possibility and ability that Islamist militias could dare that.

Southern communities, in particular Hawiye believe that Islamist militias’ leaders who are igniting war in the south and central Somalia are originally from break away republic of Somaliland and Puntland like Ahmed Godane, Fu’ad Shangole and Arruus.

It is not known whether these calls are something based on emotion or nightmare, but if they strengthen their unity and understand where the shoe pinches, may be they will finally reach development from the whole efforts and activities.

By: Seeko Correspondent

Article 21 May 2021 10:14

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.