6 July 2009

Somalia: Harakat Al-Shabab Mujahideen Leader Calls for Government Soldiers to Hand Over Their Weapon With in Five Days

Mogadishu — Sheik Moktar Abu Zubeyr, the (Amir) leader of Harakat Al-shabab Mujahideen has sent message to the media at overnight and called for the transional government soldiers to hand over their weapons to the Islamist forces with in 5 days.

Sheik Abu Zubeyr talked more matters in his recorded message as what the American government wants to be Somalia and the latest clashes between the allied forces of Harakat Al-shabab Mujhideen and Hisbul Islam and the transitional government troops calling for the soldiers to give away the arms to the Islamist forces with in 5 days and leave the frontline of the warring zones.

Sheik Abu Zubeyr said that the officials of the TFG will also be brought before an Islamic court to be convicted.

On the other hand the transitional government had boycotted the message of Harakat Al-shabab Mujahideen saying that it will take no notice on such statement.

Sheik Yusuf Mohamed Si'ad better known as (Inda Adde), a minister of state of the transitional government for the defense ministry replied that the government soldiers will not surrender any weapons to the Islamist forces pointing out that it was impossible statement to the TFG.

The statements of the both the transitional government and Harakat Al-shabab Mujahideen officials comes as there has been bitter fighting between the both sides in the Somali capital Mogadishu that caused more civilian casualties, deaths, injures and large displacement.

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