Ahlu Sunna clerics achieve solving clannish fighting

Ahlu Sunna clerics achieve solving clannish fighting

Mogadishu : Somalia | Apr 05, 2011 at 1:57 AM PDT
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MOGADISHU – The Islamic administration of Ahlu Sunna Waljama’a has achieved ending clannish fighting continued in parts of Galdudud region in central Somalia, according officials.

More people including elders, politicians and clerics of Ahlu Sunna had been meeting in parts of the region and lastly made agreement between the two rival clans who fought at Ariades and Herale villages there.

Officials said that the TFG took part the mediating process and meetings that continued in Galgudud region in over the pasts week. They held well decorated ceremony announcing that both rival clans reached a solution for their conflict.

The members of the mediating process of Ahlu Sunna and the transitional government of Somalia had held concluding ceremony at Shirdoon hotel in Abudwaq district of Galgudud region as both sides took their compensations.

Lastly the people of the region had greatly welcomed the agreement reached by the two rival clans as the traditional elders and clerics called for the two clans to keep the peace and not to fight in the region once again.

Hassan Osman is based in Mogadishu, Banaadir, Somalia, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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