Wargeyska The Guardian ayaa qoray Qaraxii lagu hoobtay ee Sabtidii 14-kii October ka dhacay Isgoyska Zoobe ee magaalada Muqdisho in uu ka dambeeyay Askari horey uga tirsanaa Ciidamada Dowladda Federaalka.
Qaraxan ayaa ahaa mid jawaab u ah weerarkii Duqeynta loo adeegsaday ee 25-kii August ee sanadkan Ciidamada Dowladda iyo kuwa Mareykanka ay ka geysteen degaanka Bariire ayna ku dileen 10 qof oo rayid ah, sida uu qoray Wargeyska.
“Weerarkan waxa uu ahaa mid lagu doonayay in lagu qaado Garoonka Diyaaradaha magaalada Muqdisho waxana waday gaariga qarxay Askari hore uga tirsanaa ciidamada dowlada kaas oo ka soo jeeda degaanka Bariire.” Ayuu daabacay Wargeyska.
Sidoo kale Qaraxan oo warar dheeraad ah ay ka soo baxayaan ayaa hadana Wargeyska wuxuu kaloo qoray weerarkan in loo adeegsaday laba Gaari oo midi Xamuul yahay, halka mid kalena uu ahaa Gaari NOAH, kaasi oo Ciidamada ammaanka ay ku qarxiyeen Agagaarka Ceel-qalow, kadib markii ay gacanta ku dhigeen ninkii waday.
“Gaariga yar waxaa la doonayay inuu isku qarxiyo albaabka laga galo Garoonka Diyaaradaha ee Aadan Cadde Medina Gate ka dibna Gaariga weyn uu wadada u furo si uu ugu qarxo gudaha ama afaafka hore ee Garoonka Diyaaradaha.”Ayuu qoray Wargeyska The Guardian.
Qaraxaan ayaa ahaa kii ugu khasaaraha badnaa ee abid ka dhaca Soomaaliya, ilaa iyo iminka ma jirto cid sheegatay, balse Dowladda Soomaaliya iyo xeeldheerayaasha arrimaha Argagixisada ayaa rumeysan qaraxii Zoobe in ay ka dambeeyeen Al-Shabaab.
Warka uu qoray Wargeyska The Guardian halkan hoose ka akhriso
The man who killed more than 300 people with a truck bomb in the centre of Mogadishu on Saturday was a former soldier in Somalia’s army whose home town was raided by local troops and US special forces two months ago in a controversial operation in which 10 civilians were killed, officials in Somalia have said.
The death toll from the bombing now stands at more than 300, making it one of the most devastating terrorist attacks anywhere in the world for many years. On Tuesday remains of victims were still being brought out of rubble spread over hundreds of square metres. Investigators believe the attack on Saturday may in part have been motivated by a desire for revenge for the botched US-led operation in August. Al-Shabaab has not claimed responsibility for Saturday’s attack but a member of the cell detained by security forces has told interrogators the group was responsible, one security official told the Guardian.
Following the raid, in which three children aged between six and 10 died, local tribal elders called for revenge against the Somali government and its allies. Not only was the bomber from the specific community targeted by the raid, but the investigation is also uncovering a series of other links to the town where it took place. Details of the attack are now becoming clearer. Officials say it involved two vehicles – a Toyota Noah minivan and a much larger truck carrying around 350kg of military grade and homemade explosives.