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Sunday, June 03, 2012

Sabti, June 2, 2012- San Diego, CA-USA Waxaa maanta magaalada San Diego ee Gobolka Kalifoorniya si weyn loogu soo dhaweeyey Qunsul-Ku-Xigeenka Qunsiliyadda Itoobiya ee Magaalada Los Angeles Mudane Xabiib Muxumed Yusuf. Mudane Xabiib oo aad looga sugayey magaalada San Diego ayaa ka qeyb galey shir lagaga hadlayey waxqabadka iyo maal-gashiga Bixidheenka Webiga Abbay. Waxaa shirka ka soo qeyb galey wax garadka, odayaasha, iyo dhallinyarada Soomaalida ee ka soo jeedda Deegaanka Ismaamulka Soomaalida ee Itoobiya. Waxaa kale oo shirkan ka soo qeyb galey, Qunsulka Itoobiya ee Magaalada Los Angeles Mudane Zerihun Retta iyo Professor Yacob oo wax ka dhiga Jaamacadda Addis Ababa University. Dhinaca Soomaalida waxaa shirkan uga hadley Guddoomiyaha Jaalliyadda Soomaalida ee Itoobiya ee Gobolka Kaliforniya Ingineer Cabdullahi Ibraahim Caydiid (Bucul). Ingineer Bucul wuxuu aad ugu dheeraadey taariikhda iyo isbaddelka siyaasadeed ee dhacay dalka Itoobiya iyo sida loogu baahan yahay in dhammaan qoomiyadaha Itoobiya ay ku wada noolaadaan caddaalad khilaafkoodana ku xallistaan si nabad ah. Ingineer Bucul wuxuu kale oo ka hadley dib-u-dhaca ku dhacay Deegaanka Soomaalida ee Itoobiya iyo sida loogu baahan yahay in dadkaas xuquuqdii ka maqneyd ee sababta looga dhigayey collaadda loo siin lahaa si looga saaro collaadda iyo dib-u-dhaca ku habsadey. Ingineer Bucul waxaa kale oo yidhi ‘Haddii aanu nahay Qowmiyadda Soomalida ee Itoobiya cidna uma daba fadhinno xuquuqdayada’. Markii uu shirkii dhammaadey kadib, Mudane Xabiib Muxumed Yusuf wuxuu ka qeyb galey casho sharaf ay  Jaalliyadda Soomaalida ee Itoobiya ee Gobolka Kaliforniya ay u sameysey. Mudane Xabiib Muxumed Yusuf wuxuu Jaalliyadda uga xog warramey halgankii dheeraa ee Deegaanka Soomaalida ee Itoobiya uu soo marey. Waxaa warbixintaas oo koobneyd uu kaga warramey xaalladda dhaqaale, siyaasad, waxbarasho, caafimaad, iyo bulsho ee uu Deegaankaas maanta ku sugan yahay. Waxaa intaas dheer oo uu sheegay baahida loo qabo in qurba-joogta deegaanka u dhalatey iney deegaankoodii soo arkaan oo aan cidna uga warramin ayna maal-gashadaan dalkooda iyo dadkooda si looga saaro collaadda iyo gaajada, iyo qaxootinimada. Mudane Xabiib wuxuu hadalkiisii ku soo gabo-gabeeyey salaan iyo hambalyo uu uga wadey Madaxweynaha Deegaanka Soomaalida Itoobiya Mudane Cabdi Maxamuud Cumar oo aad ugu diirsadey sida ay Jaalliyaddu isu abaabushey ayna diyaarka ugu tahay iney dadkooda iyo dalkooda ay wax taraan waxna la qabsadaan qowmiyadaha kale ee Itoobiya.   Cabdirizaq Dahir Budul Xog-hayaha Jaalliyad Soomaalida Itoobiya Ee Gobolka California, USA Somali.Ethiopian@Gmail.Com

Friday, April 29, 2011

Somali Man Sentenced

Friday, April 29, 2011
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — A federal judge sentenced a Somali man to 10 years in prison for failing to acknowledge ties to two global terrorist groups after he was arrested near the Texas-Mexico border in 2008, the U.S. Justice Department said Thursday night.
Ahmed Muhammed Dhakane, 25, prompted the Department of Homeland Security to issue an alert in May 2010 asking Houston-area authorities to be on the lookout for a suspected member of al-Shabaabp, an al-Qaida ally based in Somalia. That warning came when two new charges of lying on a U.S. asylum application were filed against Dhakane, who had been arrested on immigration charges in Brownsville, across the Rio Grande from Matamoros, Mexico, in March 2008.
Dhakane pleaded guilty on Nov. 2 to two counts of lying on his asylum application, and the Justice Department said in a statement that he failed to acknowledge he had been a member of, or associated with, al-Barakat and Al-Ittihad Al-Islami, from prior to Sept. 11, 2001, until January 2003.
Al-Barakat is a financial transfer network; Al-Ittihad al-Islami, or the Islamic Union, wants to impose Islamic law in Somalia. Both are on the U.S. Treasury Department's list of global terrorist groups with links to al-Qaida, according to the indictment against Dhakane.
U.S. District Judge Xavier Rodriguez in San Antonio sentenced Dhakane to 10 years behind bars, and ordered that he be placed under supervised release for three years after completing his prison term.
The Justice Department said Dhakane also provided false information concerning his entry into the United States when he claimed he and his wife traveled from Somalia to Mexico via Russia, Cuba, Costa Rica and Guatemala. Instead, the statement said, from June 2006 until March 2008, Dhakane resided in Brazil where he participated in — and later ran — a large-scale human smuggling enterprise
Dhakane also lied about his traveling partner, a minor he claimed was his wife. The Justice Department said she was actually a smuggling client, that the pair were never married, and that Dhakane repeatedly raped and eventually impregnated her prior to traveling to the U.S. He also threatened to have her killed if she told authorities he had raped her, and that they were never married, according to the statement.
Citing a Justice Department memo and other documents it obtained, the San Antonio News-Express reported in March that federal officials believed Dhakane helped "violent jihadists" from East Africa sneak through Mexico and into Texas.
Despite his pleading guilty to making false statements while under oath in the immigration proceedings, Dhakane has denied that he smuggled potential terrorists into the U.S., and also says he never helped groups accused of funding terrorism.

Friday, September 21, 2007

Somalia Old Photos

Thursday, May 31, 2007

My Life as a Diplomat

WATCHING from afar, people find it difficult to understand the intractability of the conflict in Somalia. The cycle of violence, almost mysteriously, remains uninterrupted. Peace breaks out. Victory is declared, as it was a couple of weeks ago when President Abdullahi Yusuf Ahmed’s Transitional Federal Government declared its triumph over the rival Islamic Courts Union and the clan-based militia fighting alongside it. And then the violence quickly erupts again

Appointment of Special U.S. Envoy to Somalia Brings Mixed Reactions

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice last month appointed a special U.S. envoy for Somalia, ending more than 10 years of no diplomatic presence in the African nation. But some experts and local Somalis say the move is too little, too late.

80 killed as Somalia fighting continues

At least 80 people, including many civilians, have been killed in intensified fighting in Somalia over the past two days, according to hospital sources.

Sunday, May 13, 2007

Somalia: Former defense minister welcomes the loss of his cabinet post

Former Somalia defense minister but now member of Parliament Bare Aden Shire Hirale for the first time Sunday spoke out the reasons he lost his post in the cabinet while talking to the local media.

Somalia clan fighting kills at least 10

MOGADISHU, May 13 (Reuters) - Clashes triggered by land disputes and revenge killings between two rival Somali sub-clans have killed at least 10 people, elders said on Sunday.

In Somalia, shock and awe, followed by stalemate

By David Ignatius Daily Star staffMonday, May 14, 2007
"Get it done quickly and get out." That, says a senior US diplomat in Addis Ababa, was the goal of the little-noticed war that Ethiopia has been fighting, with American support, against Islamic extremists in Somalia. But this in-and-out strategy encounters the same real-world obstacles that America is facing in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Somalia: UN Humanitarian Official Urges Country Let Aid Reach Its People

UN's top humanitarian official, John Holmes, has arrived in the Somali capital Mogadishu on Saturday as two bomb explosions which claimed the lives of four occurred at the center of the gun-infested city.

Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Kenya: It’s very dangerous for civilians in Somalia right now

Djibouti (HAN) May 2nd, 2007 - According to the regional observers "It’s very dangerous for civilians in Somalia right now," said Ann Corbett, a Kenya specialist for Amnesty International. "Kenya’s action in closing its

AU peacekeepers begin patrols in Somalia

MOGADISHU (AP) -- African Union peacekeepers patrolled the streets of Somalia's capital Tuesday for the first time since they arrived in March, moving out after the government declared victory over Islamic insurgents.

Friday, March 23, 2007

Officer on the Street in San Diego is a Chief in Somalia

Wednesday, March 21, 2007 San Diego Police Officer Abdiweli Heibeh's story is an epic tale -- part-tragedy, part rags-to-riches adventure. He has survived bombings and house arrest in Mogadishu, served as a major in the Somali army, trained at a top U.S. Army base and worked an ice cream truck while waiting for asylum.