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Understanding Somalia Part 4: The Clan System

A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots.                                                                                                                     – Marcus Garvey

We have an obligation to learn about our roots and where we are come from.

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Al Shabaab Do Not Practice True Islam

Salāt al-jumu‘ah, “Friday prayer”, is a congregational prayer that Muslims hold every Friday, just after noon instead of the Dhuhr “noon prayer” which is the prayer after midday. 288 more words

SNA KickStarts A Series Of Offensives Against Al Shabaab

Somalia’s National Army has set off a series of offensives against the Al Shabaab in Jubbaland state.

The official visit geared towards the fight against Al Shabaab was graced by General Abdiweli Jama’a Gorod and other top military officials who visited Kismayo officially propelling the security operations. 137 more words

KDF Builds Back Once War-Torn Communities In Regions Of Somalia

Locals from Somalia’s Hoosingo and its environs on Monday 11th 2018 received free medical services from the Kenya Defence Force troops. The medical camp put up at the town’s health centre comes days after rains subsided leaving the community at the risk of waterborne diseases. 193 more words

Why Did an American Sacrifice His Life for AFRICOM in Somalia?

Al Shabaab’s killing of an American soldier in southern Somalia brings AFRICOM back into the limelight and restarts the conversation about why US troops are even still there in the first place. 1,199 more words

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Somalia President launches 'Operation Lightning Strike' days to Eid Fitr

Somalia President Mohammed Abdullahi Farmajo has launched ‘operation lightning strike’ ahead of Eid al Fitr celebrations end of this week. This is in a bid to open multi-fronts on Somalia army currently in defensive positions near Tukkraq village of Sool. 166 more words