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Monday, December 19, 2011
Somalia's Al Shabaab group sends warning signal to Djibouti
- Somalia's radical Islamist group Al Shabaab has warned Djibouti against sending its forces to Mogadishu to join the peacekeepers serving under the African Union Mission in Somalia, Amisom. Speaking in Mogadishu, Sheikh Ali Mohamoud Raghe who is the the Chief Spokesman of Al-Shabaab reminded the Horn of Africa country about its role in hosting Western military bases that the group disapproves. “We are going to confront them (Djiboutians) the way we fight the Ugandans, Kenyans and Burundians that are in Somalia,” announced Sheikh Ali Dhere. Djibouti has announced plans to send 850 armed personnel, to Mogadishu to join the Amisom in eradicating the threat of Al Shabaab and other security threats in the country.
The peace mission: The Amisom peacekeepers currently in Somalia, numbering about 9000 soldiers are drawn from Uganda and Burundi and have been supporting the transitional Somalia government by guarding vital institutions like the port, airport and Villa Somalia, the state house in Mogadishu