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NATO, DON´T YOU DARE TO FIGHT AGAINST INVISIBLE TERROR GROUPS OF SOMALIA?

In Afasia's corner... on August 5, 2011 at 5:01 pm

NATO, DON´T YOU DARE TO FIGHT AGAINST INVISIBLE TERROR GROUPS OF SOMALIA?

10.000 children died per month at past 3 months means 30.000 children due to hunger. Somalia’s government and some terrorist groups don´t let the arrival of humanitarian aid in country. People leaving their houses, killing each other to reach some help but no way to keep their children alive. A woman was keeping one of her child´s death body for some weeks without informing organizations which helping them to receive food for 2 children to have more food for her other boy.

I would love to know where the hell are all those organizations and union of countries which trying to keep world a save place by fighting against hand-made terrorist groups in Iraq, Libia, Afghanistan, Syria, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Vietnam,  etc.? Where are them and why don´t they fight against those invisible terrorists appearing time to time to kill innocent Somalian children and steal their foods? Is there any politician still bear a heart in his/her chest or even without a hearth would say stop to this.

Take a look to above photo taken by msnbc.com and think that tomorrow might be your child´s turn. We never know nature´s plans for us. No water means no food. They already know how to survive with almost no food. We have no clue, that means the tragic end of european nation in world. Simply,  just make an empathy and help those children.

I call all those countries and organizations which are working for “world´s safety” to do their duty.

Thanks and Best Regards

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  1. Thank you for bringing light to this important issue facing our world. You asked an incredibly powerful question, “I would love to know where the hell are all those organizations and union of countries which trying to keep world a save place by fighting against hand-made terrorist groups in Iraq, Libia, Afghanistan, Syria, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, etc.? Where are them and why don´t they fight against those invisible terrorists appearing time to time to kill innocent Somalian children and steal their foods?” The poem Somalia Nevermind captures pain of these questions. It makes one wonder why has our international community allowed Somalia to be without a functioning government for over 20 years. Somalian piracy gets attention and the radicalization of Somalia gets attention. More effort, energy and good will needs to be directed towards Somalia, Somalia is a member of the Arab League and I wonder why with all of the revolutionary and progressive actions in Syria, Egypt, Tunisia, Lybia, and other places in the Arab world why can’t Somalia get some attention!

    • Thanks a lot for reading our blog and commenting on our articles. We hope to make our words heard by many others and be united under same umbrella to stand by next to each other when any of us need help without caring about religion, region, color etc matters.. I was mentioning and requesting those organizations help but all we know they wont be there when it´s needed. So we civil s have to collaborate to help each other, at least!.

      Thanks and Best Regards

  2. Because there is not oil in Somalia.

    • Maybe there is no oil in Somalia. But there are children dying in hunger. Once in a life time, can´t they leave all interests behind?

      Thanks a lot for following us!…

  3. great looking sit … the article makes me want to cry …but it is so so important to get this information out there … thank you for doing so…. and FYI MeteFizik… around 1993 before the civil war oil was indeed in Somalia – alqaeda is def in greater numbers than ppl are saying and growing

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