Over the last three decades, more than a dozen international peace and reconciliation conferences were held for Somalia to end the protracted civil war. Similar number or even more of conferences were also held inside Somalia, some between few individuals and some for major tribes or political alliances. None of these efforts, however, was fruitful. But, all stakeholders of Somali affairs including funders and NGOs as well as the Federal Government are striving to hold more reconciliation conferences without ever asking why all the previous ones never worked. A preparation of another is going on now in Dhusamareb. The outcome of this conference is already clear for many.
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Nothing is permanent, but I struggle to believe good days are ahead. In fact there have been some unknown elements in our history that made us an ungovernable society, in which all leaders could not distinguish between reality and illusion. Since , after the regional war between Somalia and Ethiopia, the social and political trajectory of the Somalian nation spiraled into a downturn and even today, any attempts to reverse it became jammed. This is because we have not been working systematically to understand the underlying issues that hold society together. The clues lay within character of man in general. Nationhood is defined by the amalgamation of the human character that defines its laws and its way of life.
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Farah Aw-Osman Sunday, July 12, In Khayre iyo Farmaajo kala xarif furteen, RW Khayre uu yahay musharax u soo xayd-xaydtay siduu sumcad usii dhisan lahaa, kalsoonina bulshada u heli lahaa. In Khayre iyo Farmaajo isla ogyihiin howsha, ruwaayadna ay u jilayaan dadka. In Khayre fariin u dirayo madaxda dowladaha xubnaha ka ah Federaalka ee ku shiraya Dhuusamareeb, fariintaas oo ah diyaar baan u ahay wada shaqayn, wixii hada ka danbeeyana anigaa shukaanta isteerinka la wareegay.
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