This evening and every day, in the LasAnod area, how many children have been orphaned and how many mothers have lost their only son?
The war of LasAnod in Somaliland has been a tragic and heartbreaking experience for the population. Too many innocent lives have been lost due to a conflict that should never have happened. People from both sides of the conflict have suffered, and the victims are mainly from Somaliland.
The war in LasAnod has caused immense emotional and physical distress to the entire people of Somaliland and has resulted in a deep sense of hopelessness and despair.
It is clear that the only way to end the conflict is by talking. The traditional elders, as well as those in power, must lead the way in this process.
All sides must come together to put aside their differences and work towards achieving peace. This is the only way to stop the suffering and guarantee the safety of the people of Somaliland.
The people of Somaliland must come together to help their fellow citizens rebuild and regain the hope that has been taken away from them.
A strong and united community is the key to a successful recovery. Aid, both financial and moral, must be provided to the victims of the conflict.
We must remember that the war of LasAnod must not result in any more death and suffering. It is time to heal the wounds of the conflict, and the only way to do this is by having compassion, understanding, and unity.
The war of LasAnod is an ongoing tragedy, but it is time to move forward. We must all come together and help our brothers and sisters in Somaliland. Only then will we be able to ensure that this conflict does not cause any further heartbreak and suffering. We must create a safe and peaceful environment for the people of Somaliland, and we must all do our part in contributing to this goal.
The people in that region of Somaliland need our help and support. We must take action now to ensure that the war of LasAnod does not result in any more death and suffering. We must come together and work towards achieving peace. Only then will the people of Somaliland have the chance to start over and rebuild their lives.
It’s imperative that the conflict in LasAnod comes to an end. Despite the magnitude of the damage, making peace is still achievable. As the saying goes, it’s never too late.
Ahmed Yasin Mohamed Jama