agreement on 5th June; and 15-21 July 199.
Mogadishu agreement on 3rd March 1991; and
Mogadishu agreement on 11th December 1991.
Addis Ababa agreement on 8th January and
March 39th 1993dii. Nairobi agreement on
15th October 1995. Mogadishu agreement in
June 1995. Sana'a agreement, Yemen May 1997.
Sodere, Ethiopia in January and July 1997.
Cairo, Egypt on 21st December 1997. Jeddah
agreement in 1998. Sirte, Libya in March
2000. Arte, Djibouti in August 2000. Eldoret
and Mbaghathi from 2002 - 2004. Khartoum,
Sudan in 2004 and 2006. Aden, Yemen on 22nd
May. Mogadishu in July-August 2007. Djibouti
in June and August 2008.
Ethiopia on 31st August 2008. Djibouti on
September 21st, 2008. Djibouti in October
and November 2008 and other important
documents. Some of the chapters in the book
discuss the attempts and failures of the
International community to help the Somalis
solve their differences over the years.
Apart from the agreements, accords and
memorandums that have been signed by the
different factions only to fail
implementing, the book also details accounts
of the civil war between the clans and
effects on the people.
who didn't have feeling for their country"
is a comprehensive book that intends to
touch acts of violations of human rights and
the cruelty that has been subjected against
the innocent Somalis.
become a country where international
criminals and other fugitives take shelter.
Somalia has become a home to many people who
have committed crimes in their own countries
who are running away from justice. As the
book goes to print, Somalia's ideological
differences and humanitarian situation has
turned for the worse. The impact on the
ordinary has reached an epic proportion.
book urges a greater cooperation between the
Somalis and the international community
against these ideologically corrupt
criminals who are running the country havoc.
With out this level of cooperation, the
country could slip further into turmoil, the
Activist & Author;-
Abdulaziz Ali Ibrahim "Xildhiban"
London, United Kingdom