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Somali gov accuses Eritrea of supplying Islamists
August 26, 2006,
By ANDnetwork .com
An envoy from the Somali government told the African Union on Friday that Eritrea was sending arms and troops to support the Union of Islamic Courts, who currently control much of south and central Somalia.
AbdiKarim Farah, Somalia's envoy for the African Union's (AU's) peace and security council, said that Eritrea were becoming increasingly involved in Somalia, and that its involvement was threatening to the government.
Farah said that shipments of arms and troops arrived at the port of Mogadishu from Eritrea, and that one of the ships carried 1 500 Eritrean troops.
Farah blamed the stagnated peace talks between the government and Islamists on Eritrea's intervention which frustrated the Arab Leagues efforts to mediate the peace talks.
The accusation comes amidst statements from Sheikh Hassan Dahir Aweys, the head of the Islamists, who said that war with Ethiopia is imminent as they refused to withdraw troops sent in to south western Somalia to protect the government.
Analysts warn that the current scenario could play out in a similar fashion to that of the Cold War where America and Russian used a number of indirect wars, or proxy wars, to fight their battles.
Somalia could become a war zone in which Ethiopia and Eritrea settle old scores, a move which would impact very negatively on the region.