Xukunka maxkamadda sare ee racfaanka ee Holland, xukunkaasi oo ku saabsan warar iyo qoraallo khalad ah oo laga faafiyey shirkadda Dahabshiil laguna daabacay qoraallada noocaas ah ilaa lix jeer websiteka www.sunatimes.com.

Marka loo eego qoraalladaasi, Dahabshiil waxa lala xidhiidhiyey falal denbiilanimo, kuwa argagixiso, iyo qas iyo dagaal ay kula kacdo saxaafadda.

Xukunkii ay riddey maxkamaddu bishii December 16-dii sannadkii 2014 ee ay ka gaadhay dacwaddii la xidhiidhay arrintan, maxkamadda racfaanka ee 's-Hertogenbosch waxay go’aamisay oo ay xukuntay in aan loo hayn wax caddaymo ah eedaha kor ku xusan ee lagu daabacay website-kaas, sidaasi awgeedna daabacadda iyo faafinta eedaymahaasi inay ahayd magac-dil amma sumcad-dilis.

Maxkamadda racfaanku waxay igu amartay in go’aankani maxkamaddu ku dhawaaqday in aan aniguna ku soo daabacao oo ku faafiyo isla website-ka www.sunatimes.com iyo weliba dhawr website oo kale.

Dahir Abdulle Alasow

In six publications on the website www.sunatimes.com Dahabshiil was associated with criminal acts, terrorism and violence towards the press.

By judgement on 16 December 2014 in summary proceedings the Dutch court of appeal of 's-Hertogenbosch judged that there was not enough evidence for the above mentioned allegations published on the website, and therefore publishing those allegations was defamatory.

The court of appeal ordered me to publish this announcement on www.sunatimes.com and several other websites.

Dahir Abdulle Alasow

Al-Shabaab recruits students in Kismayo

Published On: Thursday, May, 03 2012 - 13:40:31 This post has been viewed 1299 times

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Al-Shabaab rebel group in the port city of Kismayo is forcibly recruiting students from schools in the city, reports say.
Militant leaders on Wednesday visited Ahmed Ibnu Hambal School and ordered teachers to line-up over 50 students to be registered militant trainings.

Militants forcefully assembled young boys for registrations after the school administration remained reluctant to the rebel order.

Al-Shabaab’s education officer in the region Abdinasir Abdalla Al-Feysal who led the militants into the conscription exercise ordered the school administration to identify those who will be selected to join their militancy.

Parents expressed outrage of the forceful recruitment of their children saying that they will not allow their children to be lured into the activities of the militant group.

In its report, Amnesty mid last year said most of the young soldiers recruited by Al-Shabaab militants are between the ages of 10 and 17, adding that some were lured from their homes by promises of gifts like mobile phones while others were kidnapped.

The 90-page report was based on 200 interviews with Somalis who had fled to neighboring countries.
The Amnesty report cites the recruitment of children by armed groups as one of the reasons so many Somalis are fleeing southern and central Somalia.

Al-Shabaab is locked in fighting with the Somali government backed by African Union forces in Mogadishu and the Kenyan troops that crossed into parts of the country mid last October.

Nairobi accused the rebel group of being behind a series of foreign kidnapping from its territory, an accusation Al-Shabaab denied.

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