10 March 2010
Some of the Somali educators in abroad have Wednesday opposed the US military involvement to Somalia, just days after the Americans said they will take part [in] the military operation that the transitional government planning to take over the control of the Somali capital Mogadishu.
The Somali educators said that there will no be any solution for the Somali people if the US government tries to take part [in] the operation of the transitional government for the power struggle and control of Mogadishu.
Eng. Idiris Hassan Farah, one of the Somali educators in Finland said in an interview with Shabelle radio that there will no be any solution for a bombardment conducted in Somalia that causes more casualties of deaths and injuries.
“Any kind of bombardment or airstrike in Somalia that conducts the warplanes of the US government will not bring any solution or benefits for Somalia. It will only be great problems and unfortunate for the Somalis about what the Americans are thinking,” said eng. Idiris
The officials said that the US will not provide to Somalia more than those they supported to the transitional government of Somalia led by the president Abdullahi Yusuf Ahmed reiterating that they will only cause other great dangers to the Somali people.
The Somali educators lastly called for the Somalis to come together and talk to reach peace agreement to end the conflict between those who are fighting saying that more people will die if the fighting continues further in Somalia.
The statement of the Somali educators in abroad comes as the transitional government president Sheik Sharif Sheik Ahmed held press conference in London on Tuesday and vowed that they will quickly start their planned offensive against the Islamist rebels to take over whole control of the Somali capital Mogadishu.
Somali mercenary military training in Tsavo National Park, Kenya: here.