Leaked document: TPLF’s Somalia destabilization plan

Meles Zenawi's distabilization strategy in SomaliaEMF (23 January 2009) This leaked document reveals Meles Zenawi’s military and logistic support to the newly formed Islamist Ahlu Suna Wal Jamea group, aiming at destabilizing Somalia and to getting President Obama’s attention to the region.

According to report by AFP, following withdrawal of Zenawi’s forces from Somalia, people had enjoyed a brief period of peace and families, displaced by fighting in Mogadishu, have started returning.

Fresh fighting erupted soon between the Islamist forces of Ahlu Suna Wal Jamea and Al Shabab, through Zenawi’s destabilization strategy, a religious civil strife.

The Letter sent from Dissasa Diribssa, TPLF Ambassador in Kenya to vice-foreign minister Tekeda Alemu, confirms Zenawi’s military and logistic support to the new Islamist Ahlu Suna Wal Jamea against Al Shabab.

The TPLF thugs, who were telling their supporter to vote for the republican, John McCain opposed to Obama, during the US election campaign, seem very uncomfortable now with Obama’s inaugural speech regarding corrupt and criminal leaders; “To those who cling to power through corruption and deceit and the silencing of dissent, know that you are on the wrong side of history; but that we will extend a hand if you are willing to unclench your fist.”

Moreover, Obama’s radical actions to change U.S. foreign policy has threatened Ethiopia’s brutal dictator, Meles Zenawi, who exploited the “War on Terror” (which comes to a sudden end) to win support from the Bush administration, despite regime’s crimes against humanity, war crimes and gross human rights abuses documented by International Human Rights Groups.

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