Monday, February 21, 2011

Fifteen militiamen from One-Clan secessionist Enclave. aka Somaliland have been killed by Somali Unionist Army (SSC) clashes in northern Somali region (SSC Region)

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At least 32 people have been killed and 35 others wounded in clashes between  troops from the self-declared republic of Somaliland. and   Somali Unionist Army  (SSC)Fresh clashes broke out in  northern  Somali town of Buhodle on Sunday where the area’s secessionist Enclave rebels troops aka isaaq clan (SNM TUGS) launched a heavy attack on local  pro-somali union Area Northern Somali province of Togdheer , Terror Free Somalia correspondent reported. Fifteen death Soldiers are said to have been One-Clan secessionist Enclave.(SNM) aka Somaliland . They have been killed by Somali Unionist Army (SSC) clashes in northern Somali region (SSC Region) meanwhile,militiamen from One-Clan secessionist set fire to two small districts near Buhodle, namely Hagogan and Maygag districts, forcing hundreds of civilians to flee the region.
The Somali Unionist Army have also managed to capture more bases from One-Clan secessionist Enclave rebels in Northern  Somali province of Togdheer. According to locals, scores of civilians have been killed and many others injured in the ongoing battle. One-Clan secessionist Enclave, situated in northwestern Somalia, Isaaq Clan secessionist Enclave unilaterally declared independence from the rest of Horn Africa country in 1991.  Somalia hasn't had a fully functioning government since 1991 when Hawiye warlords  (USC) and  One-Clan secessionist Enclave.(SNM) overthrew Honorable Somali President Mohamed Somali central government. The Somali central government has struggled for years to restore security  in the country but efforts have not yet yielded results in the Horn of Africa nation.
Up to one million people have lost their lives following years of fighting between rival warlords and because of an inability to deal with famine and disease. There are more than 1.4 million internally displaced people (IDPs) in Somalia. More than 300,000 IDPs are sheltering in Mogadishu alone. Most of the displaced live in squalid conditions at makeshift sites in southern and central Somalia, according to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
Very Dangerous land mine Planted Near Kalshaale in Northern Somalia by One-Clan secessionist Enclave aka Somaliland
Sool, Sanaag, and Cayn Regional Administration (SSC) lies in the northern part of Somalia. The SSC is defending its boundaries against the naked aggression of the secessionist Isaaq tribe in the north who are working on the secession of parts of northern Somalia (parts of ex British Somaliland Protectorate territories).

The majority tribes in the north the Dhulbahnte, Samaroon, Essa, and Warsangeli and others are strongly against the secession. The Isaaq tribe is a minority in northern Somalia. However, the Isaaq has been arming themselves for some time, starting with the rebellion against the collapsed Somali Government in the 1980s.

In order for them defend themselves against the expansionist and secessionist tribe, the other northern tribes began establishing autonomous regional states and defensive armies.

Nonetheless, all northern tribes and communities except the Isaaq are prepared for reconciliation and political dialogue to resolve the deadlock.

Silanyo’s Darfur in the making

update on Somali-land an illegal entity being created by a particular clan (Isaaq) in order to serve personal interests, and as a proxy being used by foreign powers (mainly Ethiopia) in order to keep Somalia divided and weak.