Sunday, May 22, 2011

TFG Enters Bakara Market , Al-Shabaab Forces Seen Leaving Insurgent Stronghold. Three unidentified helicopters and one jet fighter Overfly Al-Shabaab Bases. Ku-simaha R.wasaarah​a iyo Wasiirka A. Gudaha oo shir jaraa’id ku faah faahiyay horumarka howlgaladi​i saaka ee ciidamada Qalabka sida

TFG Enters Bakara Market , Al-Shabaab Forces Seen Leaving Insurgent Stronghold
 TFG forces near Bakara on Saturday

Victorious TFG takes over Mogadishu.Frontlines: War Images
 
Transitional Federal Government troops on Sunday entered the insurgent stronghold of Bakara Market in Mogadishu as some fighters from Islamist militant group al-Shabaab were seen withdrawing from their positions, officials and residents said.Fierce fighting could be heard around the market Sunday morning. At least ten people were killed and forty injured as the TFG took control of the main road linking the city center with the market, the defence minister said. A Bakara trader, who asked for anonymity, said three people were killed at the entrance to the main market as TFG forces pushed right up to the entrance.

Major Paddy Ankunda, spokesman for the AU peacekeeping force (known as AMISOM), told terror free somalia  that pro-government forces had taken control of a few streets inside the market area, and that operations would continue to expand territorial control.The government, backed by African Union peacekeepers, early this month launched a new push against al-Shabaab, seizing new ground and coming to within a few hundred meters of the market. Residents say that they saw several vehicles carrying al-Shabaab fighters, whose morale has been damaged by recent losses, retreat from the market. Al-Shabaab spokesman Sheikh Ali Mahmoud Rage Ali confirmed that some militants had left their positions for "tactical reasons".“We will the attack the AU and TFG, and we will stay in the market,” he said in a brief interview with a pro-al-Shabaab radio station. AMISOM had earlier called on residents to reduce movements outside government-controlled zones, and promised to minimize civilian casualties in operations to gain control of the market.Should the government manage to seize significant portions of Bakara, it would be a major blow to the insurgents, who rely heavily on taxes on traders in the sprawling business center - along with revenues generated from the ports of Kismayo and Marka - to fund their battle to oust the government.Three unidentified helicopters and one fighter jet have been overflying Mogadishu, particularly militant Islamist group al-Shabaab’s bases, residents told terror free somalia Saturday.The aircraft were first spotted on Friday flying over al-Shabaab bases, such as the football stadium, Warshada Bastada, and Maslaha, a camp where al-Shabaab has executed people accused of spying for the West, the Somali government and the AU peacekeeping force in Mogadishu. The sorties continued into Saturday.

“We saw four unknown aircraft - three are helicopters and the other one is a jet fighter, though we do not know exactly what the airplanes were looking for and their target,” Mogadishu resident Yonis Muse Isak told terror free somalia. “People are afraid of aerial bombardments.”Other residents said the aircraft were flying very low, but did not open fire – although al-Shabaab forces took pot-shots at the passing craft. Sources said that senior al-Shabaab figures fled the area of Suqa Holaha, where many commanders reside, after the aircraft made their first appearances. Neither the Transitional Federal Government nor the peacekeeping force, known as AMISOM, have any air support, and neither would comment on the sightings. In the past, the US has carried out raids from the air inside Somalia, killing top al-Shabaab members including former leader Aden Hashi Eyrow and Saleh Ali Saleh Nabhan, who was wanted for terror attacks in Kenya. Foreign navies battling piracy off Somalia have helicopters on board their warships, while Kenya and Ethiopia has been accused of providing occasional air support to the government, although this is mainly in the border regions.The government is in the middle of a renewed push to gain ground in Mogadishu and, backed by African Union peacekeepers, has edged closer to the al-Shabaab stronghold of Bakara Market

Aircraft of Unknown Origin Overfly Al-Shabaab Bases
Three unidentified helicopters and one fighter jet have been overflying Mogadishu, particularly militant Islamist group al-Shabaab’s bases, residents told Terror Free Somalia  Saturday.The aircraft were first spotted on Friday flying over al-Shabaab bases, such as the football stadium, Warshada Bastada, and Maslaha, a camp where al-Shabaab has executed people accused of spying for the West, the Somali government and the AU peacekeeping force in Mogadishu. The sorties continued into Saturday.“We saw four unknown aircraft - three are helicopters and the other one is a jet fighter, though we do not know exactly what the airplanes were looking for and their target,” Mogadishu resident Yonis Muse Isak told Somalia Report. “People are afraid of aerial bombardments.”Other residents said the aircraft were flying very low, but did not open fire – although al-Shabaab forces took pot-shots at the passing craft. Sources said that senior al-Shabaab figures fled the area of Suqa Holaha, where many commanders reside, after the aircraft made their first appearances. Neither the Transitional Federal Government nor the peacekeeping force, known as AMISOM, have any air support, and neither would comment on the sightings. In the past, the US has carried out raids from the air inside Somalia, killing top al-Shabaab members including former leader Aden Hashi Eyrow and Saleh Ali Saleh Nabhan, who was wanted for terror attacks in Kenya. Foreign navies battling piracy off Somalia have helicopters on board their warships, while Kenya and Ethiopia has been accused of providing occasional air support to the government, although this is mainly in the border regions.

The government is in the middle of a renewed push to gain ground in Mogadishu and, backed by African Union peacekeepers, has edged closer to the al-Shabaab stronghold of Bakara Market.

Ku-simaha R.wasaarah​a iyo Wasiirka A. Gudaha oo shir jaraa’id ku faah faahiyay horumarka howlgaladi​i saaka ee ciidamada Qalabka sida


Ku-simaha R.wasaaraha iyo Wasiirka ArrimahaGudaha oo shir jaraa’id ku faah faahiyay horumarka howlgaladii saaka eeciidamada Qalabka sida


Axad, Muqdisho, May 22, 2011--------Ku-simaha Ra’iisul Wasaaraha ahna Wasiirka GaashaandhiggaMudane Cabdixakiin Maxamuud X. Fiqi oo uu wehliyo Wasiirka Arrimaha Gudaha iyoAmniga Qaranka Mudane Cabdishakuur Sh. Xasan Faarax ayaa shir jaraa’id warbaahintaugu qabtay xafiiska Ra’iisul Wasaaraha iyagoo ka warbixiyay horumarka laga gaarayhowlgaladii ugu dambeeyey ee ciidamada Qalabka sida ee  Soomaaliyeed ka wadeen aagaga hore eedegmooyinka Hodon iyo Howl-wadaag.


WasiirkaGaashaandhigga Mudane Fiqi ayaa warbaahinta u qaxiijiyay in ciidamada Xooggadalka Soomaaliyeed oo kaashanaya kuwa Nabad Illaalinta ee AMISOM ay horumar kasameeyeen dagaalo ay la galeen kooxda nabad diidka ah ee Al shabaab ayna ugasaareen dhufeysyo fara badan oo ay in muddo ahba gabaad ka dhiganayeen dadkashacabka ahna ka dhibaateyn jireen.


“CiidamadaQalabka sida ee Soomaaliyeed iyo kuwa Nabad illaalinta ee AMISOM waxay shalayiyo saaka howlgalo adag ka sameeyeen goobo ka tirsan magaalada Muqdisho oo aydagaal kula galeen caddowga Ummadda Soomaaliyeed ee Khawaarijta Al shabaabwaxayna guulo la taaban karo ka sameeyeen aagagaas, saaka aroortii horena waxaysi rasmi ah gacanta ugu dhigeen Wadada Wadnaha ayna sii socon doonaan” ayuuyiri isagoo xusay in Xukuumada Federaalku ay ahmiyadda koowaad siisay dhisamahaiyo xoojinta Ciidamada si dalka uga saaraan kooxahaasi Nabada iyo dowladnimadadiidan.


Sidookale, wuxuu sheegay in howlgaladani ay sii socon doonaan illaa laga xoreynayokooxahaasi Nabadiidka ah dhamaan gobolada dalka Soomaaliyeed.


Sidookale, wuxuu baaq u diray shacabka Soomaaliyeed, gaar ahaana ganacsatada Suuqaweyn ee Bakaaraha isagoo u balan qaaday in la dhowri doono hantidooda “Waxaan ubalan qaadeynaa ganacsatada Suuqa Bakaaraha inaan illaalin doono hantidooda iyoganacsigooda, laakiin ganacsatadana waxaan ka dalbaneynaa inay la shaqeeyaanciidanka Xoogga dalka Soomaaliyeed” ayuu mar kale yiri Wasiirka oo ganacsatadaka codsaday in aysan u ogolaanin qolyaha Nabadiidka in aysan guryahooda aaneygabaad ka dhigan ganacsataduna ay ka digtoonaadaan in guryahooda inta lagugambado waxyeelo loo geysto Askarta Dowladda.


Dhinacakale, Wasiirka Arrimaha gudaha iyo Amniga Qaranka Mudane C/shakuur Sh. Xasan Faarax ayaa u sheegaywarbaahinta in Xukuumadu ay diyaarisay ciidamo gaar ah oo Boliis ah ooillaaliya Hantida iyo Xasiloonida ganacsiga Suuqa Bakaaraha “Ganacsatadu waainay ciidamada la sugaan Amniga gacana ka geystaan sidii looga saari lahaaSuuqa kooxahaas Nabadiidka ah ee Al shabaab” ayuu yiri Wasiirka oo tilmaamayinay waajib diini ah tahay in la iska dhiciyo dalkana laga saaro kooxahaasikhawaarijta Shabaab.


“Shabaabwaa jabeen waana sii daba geli doonaa tan iyo inta aan ka xoreyneyno guud ahaandalka, shacabka Soomaaliyeed waxaan si gaar ah uga codsanayaa in ay farta kufiiqaan qof kasta oo dooneysa in ay ku dhex gambato oo ay Bambo ka dhex tuurto,shacabku waa inuu farta ku fiiqo cidii ay dareemaan inay dhibaato wado Booliskaiyo Askarta kale ee dowladda ha ku wargeliyaan si loo qabto” ayuu yiri ugudambeyntiina Wasiirka Arrimaha gudaha iyo Amniga Qaranka Mudane C/shakuur.
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