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    in line with the Convention in as far as the right to family is concerned. Constitutional rights of... ... middle of paper ... ...the Kenyan government with interfering with affairs of Somalia. Apart from the threats by the Al Shabaab there also threats of piracy. The continued influx of refugees from Somalia to Kenya poses a threat to the country as extremist groups are likely to enter into the country in the pretext of seeking asylum. The Kenyan government also fears that proliferation of arms

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    Now, we are solely left to question ourselves, will there come a time where this mask will be removed or possibly, fall off? Works Cited Golding, William. Lord of the Flies. New York: Penguin Group, 2006. Print. Pflanz, Mike. "US recognizes Somalia government after two decades of anarchy." The Christian Science Monitor. CSMonitor, 18 Jan 2013. Web. 23 Jan 2014. .

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    Corruption in Eritrean Government

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    In this paper I will discuss the recent history of Eritrea, its high-level of corruption and its material support to terrorist groups and goals of destabilizing both the Ethiopian government and the Transitional Federal Government of Somalia (TFG). Eritrea is a country that has, in the past and recent times, struggled economically, militarily, and also with maintaining good relations with its neighbors. The majority of its current issues can be traced back to 1993 when the country declared its formal

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    Somalia has endured years of political instability and war. Currently Somalia continues to struggle with its identity and possible future. In the last three years Somalia has undergone radical changes in both government and counter terrorism efforts. Instability within the government has lead to multiple power vacuums, leading to the creation and strengthening of terrorist organizations and the creation of multiple pirating operations. With the establishment of an organized government and the backing

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    Al Shabaab's Influence in Somali Government

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    Somalia has been a land of strife since its modern history began in the early 1900’s, when British rule was challenged through constant attacks led by Mohammad Abdullah, AKA “Mad Mullah”, a folk hero amongst modern day Somalis (African Affairs, 2011). Conflict in Somalia continues to thrive thanks in large part to the terrorist group Al Shabaab (“the youth” in Arabic), a radical Islamic based organization that maintains control over a large portion of the central and southern part of the country

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    The Spread of Urbanization in the World

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    be said for developing countries like Somalia. The purpose of urbanization is drive the economic development, innovations, jobs, and modernize living conditions. Urban cities can have disadvantages also like over population, elimination of some cultural traditions, and pollution. Urbanization requires a strong government and military or police system. Somalia was once a beautiful country but it was destroyed by war and weak government regulation. In 1991 Somalia government began to crumble and lost

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    Infidel Book Report

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    The novel I choose for the cozy winter reading assignment was Infidel written by Ayaan Hirsi Ali. The novel is about Ayaan’s childhood in Somalia, Saudi Arabia, and Kenya and her struggles with those three rocky countries. The novel is also about her rise and influence in Dutch politics. The novel's purpose is to share her story and to bring awareness to the rights of Muslim women. Infidel is rich with information about culture in different countries and can be applied to many things we have talked

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    the judges. This brought nothing but hatred to the Somali community. She talked as is Somalia was a chaotic war zone which it wasn’t. In fact, it’s not even considered a war but relations between tribes that are a little tense in the South but things have settled down The violence is only prominent in Mogadisho, which Fatima was raised. Just because her city is all screwed up doesn’t mean the rest of Somalia is constant war. It seems as if she’s over exaggerating her stories to make are more upsetting

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    and piracy. These fundamentals of Djiboutian culture have made this country vital to CJTF-HOA’s success in this region. Djibouti is strategically located with its central and southern regions facing the Gulf of Aden, just south of the Red Sea. Somalia is located to its south, Eritrea to its north, Ethiopia to its west, and Yemen is located to the northeast, less than 20 miles across the Gulf of Aden. Due to its advantageous location in the Horn of Africa, CJTF-HOA has operated out of Camp Lemonier

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    in Somalia. In 2007, the group’s affiliation with Al Qaida was established, although many organizational experts believe the relationship is volatile and unsubstantial at best, according to the Council on Foreign Relations. By 2008, the U.S. government officially recognized al-Shabaab as a Foreign Terrorist Organization; concurrently the groups reached its peak in strength, influence, and potency to the country of Somalia. The organization has proven its ability to control southern Somalia and

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