Xildhibaan Kaltum (Green Party, Sheffield) & Xildhibaan Mahdi (Labour, Manchester): Saamaynta uu Covid-19 ku yeeshay waxbarashada iyo dhaqaalaha Soomaalida UK
Xogta ku saabsan Soomaalida Bristol – iyo UK – waxay tilmaamaysaa in xanuunka Covid-19 uu si gaara Soomaalida u saameeyay.
The Home Secretary, Theresa May, has been accused of acting unlawfully by forcing the removal of failed Somali asylum-seekers to … More
A former Khat addict claimed that the effects of khat are so severe that it makes users become easy prey for Al-Shabaab recruiters. Abukar Awale appears to describe a process of slow deterioration of self-worth that eventually delivers vulnerable addicts into the hands of ready and waiting recruiters lurking around mafrishes (Khat cafes)…This view was further sensationalized and advanced by a Bristol based Somali NGO leader who on BBC Radio Bristol claimed that he had evidence, proving that Al- Shabaab was actively recruiting similar lost young souls in Bristol. The existence of evidence for both of these claims has not being made public – if they actually exist – by police and, in any case, both men ought to have gone to the authorities first to disclose it before approaching the media. Because going to the media first could have easily driven dangerous terrorist to underground and endangered civilian lives.