Said, a young Somalian man, left his home in to escape recruitment by jihadist group al-Shabab. After journeying for nearly a year — during which he was tortured in a Libyan slave camp, saw many of his fellow travellers die, and crossed the Mediterranean in a rubber boat — he finally made it to Belgium. This is his story.
I am a year-old woman of Somali origin who was born and bred in the U. I have struggled with my mental health since I was My problems first started when I started talking to men.
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Ayanna went to the Burundian base to get medicine for her sick baby. A Somali interpreter working there told her to come back without the child. When she returned, he called her and three other young women over to a fenced area where six soldiers were waiting.
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Take it back. Change your stories. But after a trial last month, a Portland judge found Hassan Mohamedhaji Noor — a year-old married father of six and member of the local Somali immigrant community -- guilty of sexual abuse, including for targeting the two girls who recanted.
Divorcee executed after confessing to having had sex with year-old unmarried man. The woman's death is the second recorded stoning for adultery carried out by al-Shabab fighters, who are confronting the government and control large parts of Somalia. Al-Shabab are proponents of stoning as a punishment under their interpretation of sharia Islamic law. Mohamed Abdullahi, an East Africa analyst, told Al Jazeera that Islamic law can only be conducted where there is proper jurisdiction in place - not in a lawless failed state like Somalia today.