By Ahmed Abdi,
THE Somali Nation has been indigenous in Eastern Africa for thousands of years as attest Egyptian Hieroglyphic, Ancient Greek, Latin and Arabic historical sources.
For the Somali Nation, today’s divisions and hardships are basically due to the nefarious colonial presence and division of the national Somali territory. The English colonized the North around Berbera, the French controlled the African coastland of the Red Sea straits Bab el Mandeb, and the Italians controlled most of the East, part of the Central regions, and the South of Somalia. In addition, the English who controlled the region of the lakes and of Mt. Kenya put under control the extreme South of Somalia, which belongs today to the colonially fabricated pseudo-nation of Kenya, and exerted a nominal control over Somalia’s Central and Western regions that have been inhabited by the Ogadeni Somalis. Continue reading ONLF: The Only Somali Organization Free of Ethiopian Control