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The United Nations
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{UN}04-06-10We call upon the United Nations and the International Court of Justice, The Hague, Netherlands, to bring to justice theperpetrators of the civilian masses massacred in Widh-Widh and Balli-Hadhac in Sool, Sanaag, and Cayn Regions of Somalia on May 22nd, 2010.

The massacre was the result of an attack on civilians in these towns to force the local residents participate on a circus the secessionists call presidential elections. We ask those who know the full names of the massacred people to submit the names so we could put those killed in list # 1, and the wounded in list #2 below. The list will be kept updated regularly as we receive new information.

List # 1 (the dead)

Name of those killed (Names to be determined) Age Location

1. Sahra Xareed Xaaji Siciid 34 Bali-hadhac
2. Siciid Cali Xaaji Siciid 26 Bali-hadhac
3. Mohamed Geele Warsame 37 Bali-hadhac
4. *****ar Yaqcuub Cali 22 Bali-hadhac
5. Farxaan Muuse 28 Bali-hadhac
6. Xariir Maxamuud Xoosh 2 Faarax Ciise Mire 68 WidhWidh
7. Ina Gaagaale Cali Hodan 19 widhwidh
8. Faarax Miir 65 widhwidh
9. Cali Naafto 46 widhwidh

List # 2 (the wounded) Names to be determined

Name of the Victim Age Location

1 Maxamed Ciise Aadan 34 Bali-hadhac
2 ina Baaruud 28 Bali-hadhac
3 Saleebaan farax Maxamed 34 Bali-hadhac
4 Faarax Warsame Ismaaciil 38 Bali-Hadhac
On the other hand, we request anyone with information to assist us in completing the perpetrators' list below in order to hold them accountable for their crimes against humanity causing the death, the injury, and destruction of personal property of innocent civilian population. Similarly, the perpetrators' list below is being updated regularly: List # 3 ( the perpetrators)

Name of perpetrator Position Location

Faysal Waraabe

1.  Formar  Dahir Rayale Kahin Secessiont President Hargeisa
2. Faisal Ali Warabe Secessionist Leader Hargeisa
3. New  Ahmed Mohamed Silanyo Secessionist Leader Hargeisa  Secessionist President Hargeisa
4. Ahmed Yussuf Yassin Secessionist Vice President Hargeisa
5. Suleiman Guleid Secessionist Defence Chief Hargeisa
6. Nuh Ismail Tani Secessionist Malitia Leader Hargeisa
7. Suleiman Mohamed Aden Secessionist Gurti Leader Hargeisa
8. Abdirahman Mohamed Abdillahi Secessionist Wakiillo Leader Hargeisa
9. Dhancadde (full name TBD) Militia commander Las Anod
10. Saeed Awil Caarre Militia Commander Las Anod
Unfortunately, the perpetrators have committed the heinous crime against humanity for the only reason that the massacred innocent civilians hailed from an opposing Somali tribe.The Dhulbahante tribes are represented by the SSC and completely oppose the perpetrators' tribesmen agenda of secession from Somalia.

The SSC traditional leaders, Khusuusi, and the Leadership of Liberation, and salvation (Hoggaanka) requset that the United Nations, International Community, and The International Court of Justice in the Hague, Netherlands commence an immediate investigation into the case. We also call to bring the perpetrators, who believe they can get away with it, to justice.

Please we urge those with information to forward the names of the dead and wounded, as well as the estimate of the material destruction tookplace. As soon as the lists are complete, they will be dispatched to the addressed international authorities.

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