Wednesday, June 18, 2008

National reconciliation commission calls Alshabab(Terrorist group ) for talks


Somalia’s national reconciliation board has called for talks with Alshabab Islamic group to sort out the violence raging in Somalia.The chairman of the committee Islamel Mo,alin Muse told Shabelle that Alshabab group is imperative for Somalia’s squaring off process.“We ask for them to accede to coming to the talks table, because they are political group” Muse said in the interview” it would be most excellent them to agree to the offer” It’s yet unknown whether Alshabab will accept the talk’s with TFG’s suggestion. He also had over Alshabab not to violate the truce accord that the government and Amara based Rliberation of Somalia opposition group jointly signed in Djibouti.He added that no solution can come with the point of gun except talks saying that the leaders of Alshabab ought to call their fighters for cessation of hostility.The remarks from the national reconciliation commission comes following Alshabab rebuffed the outcome of Djibouti talks.Al-Shabab, the UIC's youth wing whose fighters have been behind much of the violence against the Ethiopian and Somali government troops, has also distanced itself from the upshots of Djibouti talks. Of the Somali Islamist leader Sheikh Hassan Dahir Aweys has rejected a UN-brokered, three-month ceasefire deal signed by Somalia's government and an opposition bloc. He promised to continue fighting until all foreign troops left the country. The deal was signed by another top Islamist leader, Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed, and Prime Minister Nur Adde. Aimed at ending years of conflict, it provides for Ethiopian troops leaving Somalia within 120 days. Mr Aweys, the founder of the Union of Islamic Courts (UIC) that ruled much of Somalia in 2006 before being ousted by Ethiopian forces backed by Somali government troops, is a member of the opposition alliance based in Eritrea. He is seen as the more hardline leader of the courts and has never supported the peace talks by the western countries."We shall continue fighting until we liberate our country from the enemies of Allah," he told Shabelle radio.Alshabab fighters are still waging deadly attacks against against the Ethiopian and government troops.