The architects of the destruction of Somalia
Those who forget the lessons of history are condemned to repeat it! History is preserved to warn against repeating its negatives and to cherish its positive memories. This book, “The Architects of the Destruction of Somalia” contains all the major developments that had happened in the country during the past 30 years, from the time the armed factions, who later on destroyed the country emerged in 1978, until 2008.
The book details the false promises made by 99 clan based Somali factions which differed so much that they only shared the solitary letter "S for Somalia" in their abbreviated names. They have always promised to lead Somalia into prosperity and justice only to fall short. The book outlines the goals of the factions as stated on their respective charters drafted when they were founded. It will also detail the abuses and killings that have happened in the country in the past 30 years. The dumping of toxic waste in the Somalia waters and the negative impacts this had on the population.
The book publishes pictures of some of the scholars, officials, politicians and clergymen who were killed during the civil war, as well as photos of some of the foreign individuals who lost their lives in Somalia after the overthrow of the late Mohammed Siad Barre. Finally, the book publishes images of the 99 faction leaders which rose to lead clan-based factions as a result of the civil war in the past 30 years.
Author Abdulaziz Ali Ibrahim "Xildhiban"
It contains 320 pages. Published 2010