[The enemy of Allah with the Crusader PM of Ethiopia]
الله أكبر, الله أكبر, الله أكبر
This is marvelous news coming from Somalia. The Ethiopian Government has admitted it is “unable to control” Somalia i.e., they have lost miserably to the Mujahideen, and they will now pull out all of their troops in a week! الله أكبر! Somalia will return to be a land of Shari’ah bi idhnillah, and this time, the Mujahideen will have much more control over Somalia than they did before the war. Subhan’Allah, what beautiful news! Verily, these are the fruits of the Jihad which the Munafiqeen of the Ummah fail to see! الله أكبر! We ask Allah to keep our Mujahideen brethren steadfast.
This is a defeat for the Crusaders, may Allah humiliate them.
This is a delight for the believers, may Allah protect them.
This is a shock for the Munafiqeen, may Allah blot their eyes out.
Our path is… Our path is…
And victory is only from Allah Ta’ala alone.
Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi has confessed that he has been unable to crush Islamist groups in Somalia and build a foundation for the Transitional Federal Government of Somalia [TFG]
Mareeg-2008-12-14–The Ethiopian prime minister said that the time scheduled for Ethiopian troops to stay in Somalia is now over. He told the parliament in his country that Ethiopian troops have finally concluded their military activities in Somalia and will withdraw within a week. The prime minister said the two-year period in which Ethiopian troops were in Somalia has now come to an end.
The Ethiopian prime minister said it was not possible for them to crush armed Islamist groups in Somalia and build the foundation for a strong government within two years. He said this is not a loss for the Ethiopian government.
Meles said the United Nations was responsible for stabilizing Somalia as it recognized TFG. He added that African Union at first also pledged to deploy 8,000 peacekeepers in Somalia and he was hopeful that they would quickly replace the Ethiopian troops who are in Somalia.
Meles answering questions asked in the Ethiopian parliament said Ethiopian troops will withdraw from Somalia as the time scheduled for them to block the formation of an extremist Islamic administration in Somalia has now come to an end.
Our aim was to counter plans being masterminded by the Eritrean government and the Islamist group, Al-Shabab, and anything else that might contribute to insecurity in Ethiopia. I believe we have resolved the issues that were a threat to Ethiopia for good, and we did this in the first two weeks of our first operation in Somalia. Our second operation was to assist the international community and Somalia in the restoration of peace before an international peacekeeping force is deployed. Unfortunately, I feel the situation [in Somalia] is worsening and it is not possible to restore peace in Somalia said the Ethiopian Prime Minister, Meles Zenawi.
AU diplomats in Addis Ababa have said the international community is concerned about the deteriorating situation in Somalia. The diplomats said the replacement of thousands of Ethiopian troops who are heading back to their country will take several months.