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Message Of Condolences And Condemnation

Issue 354
Front Page
Index
News Headlines
Message Of The UN Resident Humanitarian Coordinator To Somalis
Local and Regional Affairs
Muslim Cleric Arrested In Somali Bombings
Massive Security Deployment In Somaliland As Death Toll Rises
UN Staff In Somalia Mourn Loss Of Colleagues Killed In Deadly Blast
Ban Deplores ‘Outrageous' Attack On UN Office And Other Sites In Northern Somalia
Mark Malloch-Brown Condemns Attacks
Form cabinet, Somalia told
Deadly Car Bombs Hit Somaliland
Bombings Have Markings Of Al-Qaeda: US Official
FIDH Condemns the Suicide Attacks in Somalia
AP IMPACT: Security Firms Join Somali Piracy Fight
Shipload of supplies escorted to Somalia
Flashback: Israeli Revealed as owner of South Sudan bound weapons ship
Editorial
 
The Terrorist Attacks On Somaliland
Supporting Somaliland's Democracy Against The Terror Act ?
Somaliland & Unisa's Department of Religious Studies represented at London 's 2008 Think Tank of the
Kenya On Heightened Terror Alert After Somaliland Bombings
Features & Commentry
Somalia 's Pirates Flourish In A Lawless Nation
‘It's A Great Time To Be A Pirate'
Somaliland Witness: 'Terrible Day'

Opinion

Somaliland Stands Firm Against Terrorism
It's Time To Take On The Gangsters Of The Sea
President Bush's Speech on Terrorism Undercut by Attacks in Somalia
Somalia 's Descent Into Chaos Predicted
Somaliland Organizations In Diaspora Condemn The Terrorist Attacks In Somaliland
Message Of Condolences And Condemnation
Will White People Riot?
The Hon Stephen Smith MP
 

 

The Hague, 29 October 2008

I take this opportunity to convey my condolences and sympathies to the victims and their family members whom have been affected by today's terrorist attacks in Somaliland and Puntland.

I strongly condemn today's terrorist attack against national and international institutions and appeal for unity and calm in Somaliland and Puntland in order to overcome these terrible terrorist attacks.

Somaliland has been able to effectively reduce the threats of terrorism throughout the past years and should continue to do so with international assistance. Puntland should be encouraged by this latest terrorist attack to strengthen   its   security policies   to   eradicate terrorism and extremism   within   its territory in order to maintain peace and stability   in the Northern   parts of the Somali region.

The problems and differences within Somalia can only be solved trough a broad process of reconciliation that includes all stakeholders to ensure   that the legitimate aspirations of the sovereign communities in the Somali region can be fulfilled.

Paul Willms

Ex MP Third Chamber of The Netherlands

E mail Willms.Paul@gmail.com

www.dederdekamer.org

 

 

 


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