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Anti-Ethiopian protests rock Somali capital
Posted: Saturday, January 6, 2007

The U.S. is "recruiting" citizens and governments from other African countries to fight their proxy war, thus avoiding the intense scrutiny of many. They have not transparently sent in U.S. military personnel into Somalia, but they are directing and financing the invasion. Their war ships are there. They want it to appear as if this is just another one of those African conflicts. Of course, some African nations that are eager to get aid from the U.S. would support another chapter in the U.S. crusade.

- Ayinde

Somalia: New Hotbed of Anti-Americanism
The U.S. foreign policy blundering has created a new violent hotbed of anti-Americanism in the turbulent Horn of Africa by orchestrating the Ethiopian invasion of another Muslim capital of the Arab League, in a clear American message that no Arab or Muslim metropolitan has impunity unless it falls into step with the U.S. vital regional interests.

Anti-Ethiopian protests rock Somali capital
Somali police killed a man in an exchange of fire with a crowd protesting against Ethiopian troops and a government disarmament drive in Mogadishu, an official said, as residents fear a return to clan violence.

Incidents in Somalis protest against Ethiopian troops
Ethiopian soldiers fired in the air to disperse crowds who chanted "Down with Ethiopia" as hundreds of Somalis marched through Mogadishu on Saturday.

Somalis warily adapt to changing capital
By Stephanie McCrummen, Washington Post
Among the first things Mohamed Abtidon did when the Islamic Courts movement came to this city in June was to buy a fancy cellphone, a slim $360 Motorola. Streets once ruled by thieving, bribing warlords finally felt safe, he said, and he walked around talking on the phone with abandon.

Ethiopia: Meles Zenawi's Delusions of Grandeur
The Tigrayan minority regime in Ethiopia, which waged an unprecedented propaganda campaign exalting its prowess and might as it conducted its illegal war of aggression and invasion against the Union of Islamic Courts militia using various pretexts, including "defending Ethiopia's sovereignty", "routing terrorists", "crushing extremists", etc. etc. in violation of international law, UN Security Council Resolution 1725, the African Union Charter and boasting of "victory against Islamists", now wants the "international community" to bail it out of its self made quagmire and finance its illegal occupation of sovereign Somali territories.

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