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Baada ya Kulipua Mabomu Uganda, Al Shabaab Waanza Kuitikisa Kenya!

Discussion in 'Kenyan News and Politics' started by Buchanan, Jul 21, 2010.

  1. Buchanan

    Buchanan JF Diamond Member

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    Al-Shabab attacks Kenyan patrol

    Residents near Liboi, Kenya said there was a fierce exchange of fire between the two sides [File: EPA]
    Kenyan security forces on the border with Somalia have clashed with suspected members of the al-Shabab group, officials and residents said.

    Wilson Murungi, the commissioner of Lagdera, said al-Shabab fighters ambushed a Kenyan border patrol and wounded one officer.


    "The attack was not a raid inside [Kenya]. Our officers were attacked as they conducted a normal patrol. The armed group fired at them on the other side of the border," Murungi told Reuters.

    Residents near the Liboi border post in Kenya, located 18km west of the Somali border, said there was a fierce exchange of fire between the two sides.

    Both Kenya and al-Shabab were reported to be sending reinforcements to the area along the Kenyan border district of Lagdera on Tuesday. Such skirmishes have not previously escalated into any wider violence.

    Al-Shabab, an armed opposition group with links to al-Qaeda, controls much of southern Somalia bordering northeastern Kenya and is fighting to topple the UN-backed government in the Horn of Africa nation.

    Local fears

    The armed group staged its first attack outside Somalia on July 11, when it carried out twin suicide bombings in the Ugandan capital, Kampala, leaving at least 74 people dead.

    However, there have been fears for some time in Kenya that the violence could spill over the long and porous border between the two countries.

    Yusuf Ali Mohamed, a resident in the Somali town of Dhobley, told the Reuters news agency: "Here in Dhobley, al-Shabab are calling people to jihad against Kenya and deploying more fighters to the border.

    "Local people fear new fighting between the two sides."

    Kenya tightened security along its border with Somalia in February in anticipation of a government offensive against al-Shabab and other anti-government groups, which has yet to materialise. There were fears that Somali fighters might try and enter Kenya if attacked at home.

    Kenya has twice been hit by al-Qaeda-linked attacks and while it cannot take part in the African Union peacekeeping in Somalia because it is a neighbour, the government has pledged to do what it can to prevent the chaos next door spreading.


    Source: Al Jazeera.
     
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    wasomali wamelaaniwa, no permanent resolutions for their critical problems, laana ya kunywa damu za watu inawamaliza.
     
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    Yaani we acha tu, Tanzania ikae mkao wa tahadhari!
     
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    dawa pekee ya kuwakomesha ni kudestroy base zao nchini mwetu kwa kuwafukuza wasomali wote ili hao suicide bomber washindwe kuja kwa kukosa pa kufikia kwani attack haipangwi mda mfupi, inachukua mda na ili upate mda uwe na pa kufikia kwenye nchi usika, jamii ya wasomali kwenye nchi zetu haiwezi epuka collective responsibility ii hata kama wao sio waliojilipua, mbona raia wa marekani wanakua victim wa vitendo vya jeshi lao, mbona waisrael wanakua victim wa vitendo vya serikali yao, mbona wajerumani walikua victim wa vitendo vya hitler! kwa iyo na wao wanausika kwani kama si presence yao kwenye nchi husika wale suicide bomber wasingekuja! tahadhari kwa nchi zetu ni kuanza kuwarudisha hawa wasomali uko kwao tu
     
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    Je na Ismail Aden Rage na Abdulahman Kinana na wengine wengi nao wakimbizwe? Wakikwambia ni watanzania utasemaje?
     
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    A General Service Unit officer was shot and injured at the Kenya-Somalia border in an attack blamed on Al-Shabaab militia.
    The officer, who was injured in the leg, was with his colleague when they were attacked yesterday morning in Harehare, 17km from Liboi town.
    The other officer escaped unhurt after he shot back at their attackers in a brief gun battle.
    Police headquarters said the officers were patrolling the area at 10.30am when they were ambushed.
    The attackers are said to have escaped towards Dobley town of Somalia, which is under the control of the militia.
    Officials said the scene of the attack is no-man's land, but Kenyan security personnel usually patrol to contain any attacks from the war-torn country.
    The injured officer was later transferred to Garissa Provincial Hospital in stable condition.
    The attack triggered a security operation with more personnel being deployed along the border.
    Witnesses said there was a convoy of lorries that drove to the area after the attack was reported.
    The incident occurred as security officials in Garissa were holed up in a meeting to plan President Kibaki's planned visit to rally support for the Proposed Constitution.
    The Kenya-Somalia border remains officially closed, but there have been claims of smuggling of goods, attacks and kidnappings linked to the militia in the past.
    The militia also claimed responsibility for the bomb attacks in Kampala, Uganda, last week killing 75 people and injuring scores.

     
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    A General Service Unit officer was shot and injured at the Kenya-Somalia border in an attack blamed on Al-Shabaab militia.
    The officer, who was injured in the leg, was with his colleague when they were attacked yesterday morning in Harehare, 17km from Liboi town.
    The other officer escaped unhurt after he shot back at their attackers in a brief gun battle.
    Police headquarters said the officers were patrolling the area at 10.30am when they were ambushed.
    The attackers are said to have escaped towards Dobley town of Somalia, which is under the control of the militia.
    Officials said the scene of the attack is no-man’s land, but Kenyan security personnel usually patrol to contain any attacks from the war-torn country.
    The injured officer was later transferred to Garissa Provincial Hospital in stable condition.
    The attack triggered a security operation with more personnel being deployed along the border.
    Witnesses said there was a convoy of lorries that drove to the area after the attack was reported.
    The incident occurred as security officials in Garissa were holed up in a meeting to plan President Kibaki’s planned visit to rally support for the Proposed Constitution.
    The Kenya-Somalia border remains officially closed, but there have been claims of smuggling of goods, attacks and kidnappings linked to the militia in the past.
    The militia also claimed responsibility for the bomb attacks in Kampala, Uganda, last week killing 75 people and injuring scores.


     
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    Lunanilo JF-Expert Member

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    They do not make presidents ike Julius Nyerere any more. Do you remember how he taught Iddi Amin a lesson? THis kind of nonsense would have vanished long ago.
     
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    Buchanan JF Diamond Member

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    Watz tumebweteka na "utulivu na amani," tutaanza kutafuta "mkukuta" wa kutatua tatizo la Wanamgambo magaidi wa kiislamu, Al Shabaab, baada ya kulipua watu mabomu masokoni, kwenye mabasi, nk!
     
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    Jana Mods mmeifuta post yangu ya namna ya kudeal na hawa nusu wanyama-Al Shabab.
    Watanzania tusifikiri hili la Wakenya na Waganda halitakuja Tanzania kama tusipojihamasisha wenyewe na kuwa nyoro nyoro.
    Tabia ya kufikiria ubinadamu na kufikiri tuna deal na watu wa kawaida (hawa Al Shabab) itatuangamiza na kwa kifupi ni kuwapatia a red carpet ili kuja kulipua mabomu hapa kwetu.
    Kwa vijana wadogo(Mods?) mliopo JF na ambao hamkuwepo vita ya Kagera mnafikiri ni kumwonea mtu kumweka katika kundi la watu wasio wastaarabu.
    Nduli Idi Amin tulimwita kila aina ya jina ili umma umwelewe hivyo.enjoka ya kinubi.
    You might as well realise that the best defence strategy is offence against a proven enemy
     
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    Lole Gwakisa JF-Expert Member

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    Usicheze na usalama wa nchi kwa kubweteka na nadharia dhanifu juu ya uzalendo wa mtu.
    Unless proven otherwise, wakati wa vita kuu ya pili wajerumani WOTE waishio Uingereza na Marekani walikuwa under surveillance kwa nyendo na matendo yao.
    Al Shabab haji na mhuri usoni ili atambuliwe , anawenyeji wake.
     
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    Wakuu naomba tusubiri tuone Dr. Mahiga atafanya kazi gani huko Somalia ninaamini kabisa Bank Moon amemteua kutokana na sababu maalum...:violin:
     
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    LG,
    Unayosema ni kweli wasomali wote hapa kwetu wanabidi wawe under surveillance, na hapo kenya kazi ni ngumu saana hata hawa kenya wanaotoka north kenya ambao ni wasomali lakini wako loyal to somalia kuliko kwa kenya.
     
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    Hata mimi wameifuta thread yangu. Ni ile niliyotaka kujua maeneo walikohamia Wasomali kwa wingi ili serikali iwamulike kwani wao ndio wanakuwa wenyeji wa ndugu zao wakiwemo al-Shabab. I can smell something fishy here kuhusu Mods na Al-Shabab.
     
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    Lole Gwakisa JF-Expert Member

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    Rightly put mkuu Gabu,I just hope hakuna sympathisers wa Al Shabab ndani ya Mods wa JF!!!
     
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    Sikujua kuwa "Ismail Aden Rage na Abdulahman Kinana" ni wa-Somali! Kuna m-Somali mwingine hapo Ikulu..Mshauri wa Mambo ya Kimataifa ..sijui anatiwa, Nuru!
     
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    Khe khe khe kheeeeeeeeeeeeee Naona umemshitukia Taliban supporter khe khe khe khe ni Mungiki brother huyo.
     
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    Watanzania hamna ubavu wa kuzuiwa shabaab. Wakiamua kuichafua bongo hamna mtakalofanya zaidi ya kulia lia na kuomba misaada ya nchi za magharibi wawasaidie. Wacheni kujishauwa.
     
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    wats ur point????????????????????????
     
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    MtuKwao Senior Member

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    Nawapongeza Benin kwa kujitolea askari kwenda kujaribu kuwadhibiti hawa Al-Shabaab wakiungana na Uganda na Burundi. Nafikiri nchi nyingi zingekuwa zimejitoa huko nyuma pengine hili tatizo lingekuwa limemalizika. Ni ajabu kwamba hata nchi zinazopakana na nchi hiyo bado zinangojea wasaidiwe na nchi ndogo kama Benin.

    Mfano Kenya, kwa kuendeleza ubinafsi wao bado wanasubiri wengine wapigane, kisha amani ikishapatikana wao waingie kufanya biashara. Kama walivyotengezewa njia ya kwenda Sudan ya Kusini na Uganda na sasa wamekimbilia huko kufanya biashara. Kenya, inapaswa kujua kwamba amani ina gharama zake. Tanzania ilishafanya makubwa, hilo linafahamika. Labda tatizo ni kwamba sisi tulijitolea bure.

    KENYA, NENDENI SOMALIA!
     
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