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Somaliman
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Re: Somali troops committed atrocities in Tigray as new alliance emerged, survivors say (The Globe & Mail)

Post by Somaliman » 21 Jan 2022, 10:36






"Slaughtered like chickens" Ethiopia,Eritrea & Somalia denied their covert military alliance. But the Globe's investigation has provided,for the 1st time, extensive details of civilian killings by Somalia soldiers in Tigray.
Lucy Kassa, the author of the above report.


Despite her long and boring report, full of generalities, innuendos, and fabrications, she hasn't provided a shred of evidence that soldiers from Somalia took part in the conflict in Tigray, leave alone them committing atrocities. All her account is based on is they said, he said, she said, etc., and nothing else.

I would say that such Somalis might have been from the fifth Kilil, but then since the so-called survivors are saying that these were wearing Eritrean military uniforms, then definitely this is a baseless account, as soldiers from Somalia would never wear another country's uniforms.

Let's say such covert, or even overt military alliance does exist. What's wrong with it! Is NATO a humanitarian alliance!

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Re: Somali troops committed atrocities in Tigray as new alliance emerged, survivors say (The Globe & Mail)

Post by sarcasm » 21 Jan 2022, 11:26

Somaliman wrote:
21 Jan 2022, 10:36

I would say that such Somalis might have been from the fifth Kilil,
No the soldiers were from the Republic of Somalia. The issue was debated in the Somalia parliament in Mogadishu.

Somalian Parliament Tasks Pres. Farmajo to Explain Whereabouts of Somalian Soldiers Trained in Eritrea

https://www.garoweonline.com/en/news/so ... in-eritrea

Checkout an old Reuters report from January 2021.

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Re: Somali troops committed atrocities in Tigray as new alliance emerged, survivors say (The Globe & Mail)

Post by Somaliman » 21 Jan 2022, 15:55

sarcasm wrote:
21 Jan 2022, 11:26
Somaliman wrote:
21 Jan 2022, 10:36

I would say that such Somalis might have been from the fifth Kilil,
No the soldiers were from the Republic of Somalia. The issue was debated in the Somalia parliament in Mogadishu.

Somalian Parliament Tasks Pres. Farmajo to Explain Whereabouts of Somalian Soldiers Trained in Eritrea

https://www.garoweonline.com/en/news/so ... in-eritrea

Checkout an old Reuters report from January 2021.




Boy,

You're late to the show! Those recruits that were sent to Eritrea for training came back home and all Somalis saw their arrival at the airport, as this was shown on the TV. Those women crying bullshit were lied to by useless power hungry presidential candidates who kept speculating rumours that the recruits were sent to fight in Tigray. Those women got their kids back and have not been seen since.

Guess what those same useless power hungry presidential candidates are saying now since the recruits have been brought back home! "Farmajo has cut the training of those recruits short and brought them back home to use them to oppress people, particularly his political opponents and other presidential candidates!" kkkkkkkk....

Guess what those same useless power hungry presidential candidates are also saying now since the recruits have been brought back home! "Farmajo failed to pay Eritrea for the training of the recruits; thus, Isaias stopped the training and asked Farmajo to repatriate his boys," even though any idiot would find it hard to believe Isaias asking Somalia for money at this juncture taking Somalia's protracted chaos into consideration! kkkkkkk...

Hope this helps.

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