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The Forum for Development and Human Rights Dialogue Strongly Condemns the Explosion that Occurred at the Beledweyne Police Station in Somalia

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October 17, 2021

Press Release

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The Forum for Development and Human Rights Dialogue FDHRD condemns the explosion that took place inside the police station in the Somali city of Beledweyne yesterday, Saturday, which led to the death of 3 victims and a number of injuries.

Despite this, no party has claimed responsibility for the bombing, but the accusation fingers point to the terrorist “Al-Shabab movement”, which often adopts such bombings. Last Wednesday, October 6, two deputies were injured in the same city after being targeted by a planted mine. The terrorist Al-Shabab movement claimed responsibility for the attack.

Also, an explosion in the Somali capital Mogadishu on October 12 also targeted important military figures in the Somali National Army, killing 12 soldiers and a senior Somali military intelligence officer.

FDHRD deplores the spread of terrorist militias that Somalia suffers from and that seek to impose its control over the Somali regions through hostile acts against the stability of the regime and intimidation of the Somali people.

FDHRD affirms its situation on rejecting any acts of terrorist violence that undermine the safety and security of all the peoples of Arab countries.

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