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Somalia: A long time term human crisis of the 1980

SOMALIA: A LONG-TERM HUMAN RIGHTS CRISIS All the stories published here a true account of how things realy accoured in 80’s, most of the victims are from Somaliland and belong to the Isaaq Clan of the proper north Somalia. Copy right of Amnesty International. 1. Human Rights in Somalia Human rights ...

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History: Brief History of Somaliland

In fact, that the SNM leadership would acquiesce to Guurti direction is in accord with the party's long-time reputation of being "one of the most democratic movements in the Horn of Africa." Its party congresses, rather than being programmed celebrations of solidarity, have frequently been contentious, as various men vied ...

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Somalis – Wikipedia History of Somalia – Somaliland

articles: History of Somalia, Maritime history of Somalia, and Somali aristocratic and court titles Ruins of the Adal Sultanate in Zeila, a kingdom led in the 16th century by Imam Ahmad ibn Ibrihim al-Ghazi(Ahmed Gurey). Ancient rock paintings in Somalia which date back to 5000 years have been found in ...

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Somalia: Colonialism to Independence to Dictatorship, 1840-1976

Somalia: Colonialism to Independence to Dictatorship, 1840-1976 Somalia is the classic example of a failed state. In the past two decades, there have been 14 attempts to reconstitute state authority, and the country has been constantly plagued by clan-based armed groups, Islamic extremists, regional proxy wars, terrorists pledging allegiance to ...

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Somalia: How Colonial Powers drove a Country into Chaos

Somalia: How Colonial Powers drove a Country into Chaos | Global Research – Centre for Research on Globalization Somalia had every reason to succeed: an advantageous geographical situation, oil, ores and only one religion and one language for the whole territory; a rare phenomenon in Africa.  Somalia could have been ...

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The defeat of the Somali Dictator Mohamed Siyad Bare

In January 1991, after a concentrated two-month assault on Mogadishu by insurgents, Somalia's President Mohammed Siad Barre and the remnants of his regime were forced to seek refuge in their traditional clan area in the southwestern corner of the country. With the end of Siad Barre's twenty-year-old dictatorship, it was ...

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The Waiting Game of the Somaliland Hyena

By Mohamed Ghalib Musse Somaliland Net It is very imperative for every Somalilander to realize that our politicians are playing a game with the future of every Somaliland citizen. Today our society is both fragmented and infected with a disease called “Tribalism and Corruption”. It has spread to every corner ...

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