Deploring that Somalia has fallen under
Condemnation of the Ethiopian naked aggression
on the Somali people and its barbaric and brutal
behaviour and she bears responsibility for the
destruction and spread of violence and
instability in the Horn of Africa.
The indiscriminate and systematic killing,
collective punishment and other acts of
atrocities are obviously war crimes and genocide
according to the International Law. The
conference urges and calls on the international
community to establish a specific international
tribunal for war crimes for Somalia.
Demand immediate and unconditional withdrawal of
Ethiopian forces from Somalia.
Ethiopian government, its collaborators such as
the so-called Transitional Federal Government
(TFG) and other powers that give support will be
equally responsible for all atrocities that take
place in Somalia.
Appeal to the international community and all
non- governmental relief agencies and
philanthropists to extend urgent and necessary
relief to the Somali people who are suffering
from that brutal occupation.
Demand the United Nations and the UN Security
Council to take its responsibilities towards the
affected and displaced persons and to punish
those who obstruct relief to reach the needy
Condemn the so-called Transitional Federal
Government (TFG) for its disgraceful role in the
invasion and occupation of the country.
Consider the reconciliation conference in
Somalia called by the TFG as a new chapter of
fragmenting the Somali society with the hands of
its arch enemy and cement the occupation. Such
actions are devoid of any credibility and
legitimacy. Under no circumstances can any
legitimate meeting be held under Ethiopian
Somali national reconciliation is a national
demand. However, it must be based on national
agenda and should be held in neutral venue in
which all concerned parties can participate with
sense of security. Such conference should deal
with the political differences among Somali
stakeholders to decide the future of the country
and the destiny of the nation.
Denounce the indiscriminate and repeated
bombardments of Somali territories in which
innocent civilians have been killed and wounded
in various regions under the pretext of curbing
alleged terrorism without any evidence.
call upon all Arab and Islamic countries to play
their leading positive role in the ongoing
Recognise the legitimacy of the resistance as a
national duty and of necessity a religious
obligation of honour that all citizens should
establish a Somali national movement for the
liberation of the country from the foreign
oppressive occupation by all legitimate means
available to the Somali people, through the
following steps inter alia:
a preparatory committee composed of 15
members representing the Islamic courts,
members of the Somali Parliament, Somali
Diaspora and various segments of Somali
is being organised to be held within the
next 45 days.