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Profile of Mr. Mahdi Haile. Mahdi Haile was Born In Somalia and now lives in United States. He is an educated scholar and intellectual. he is an independent expert on Horn of Africa, a Somali blogger, he is Activist and human rights campaigner. As a contractor, he worked with United Nations intervention UNISOM in Somalia 1990 , as well as doctors without Borders Medicine san Fronts of Spain in Aden Yabal Middle Shabele region Somalia. He also worked with other nonprofit non-governmental organizations. Currently he is Director of Center For Somali Solutions headquartered in USA. as a Horn African Political Analyst, specializing in matters of security, human rights, peace, development issues in the Horn Africa. From 2004 to present, Mr. Mahdi Haile also serves as,Managing Editor of Warsan Times News. His publications include numerous articles on Horn Of Africa, as well as East African communities in America, American Foreign Policy in Africa. He has participated, in numerous conferences around the USA and the globe including resettlement, advocacy of Somali community in the USA and Somali peace process, Human rights conferences. His articles and editorials have been published in Qaranimo Hiiraan Warsan Times news paper and other news papers and online magazines. As a political analyst, he has been interviewed by national and international media about Somalia.
(1 comments) SHARE Monday, May 20, 2013 Enough Is Enough! No More Looting of Somalia's Oil!
In reading Katrina Manson's article "Oil Thrown on the Fire" at the Financial Times website, I saw again that, with every passing year, Somalis are losing more and more control of their own country to international criminals all over Africa and Europe. Kenya and Norway are the latest entrants in the scramble for Somalia's resources.
SHARE Saturday, January 26, 2013 Somali foreign missions are in failure and neglect
The Somali foreign embassies are in disaster and neglect: sloppiness and inefficiencies, specially, the Middle East, African embassies and The UN mission top it all. Everyone realizes the unprofessional attitudes on the part of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs during both Abdiqasim Salad Hassan, Abdullahi Yusuf', and then Skiikh Shariif government, which tarnished the good image of Somalia.
SHARE Sunday, August 19, 2012 Abdirahman (Sharaf) : Somalia lacks good leadership
A Somali Presidential aspirant Abdirahaman Mahamed Moallim says Presidential aspirant, has said that the country lacks good leadership with a plan to drive peace and development. He spoke Thursday in Nairobi, Kenya on his way to Mogadishu at his declaration to contest the 2012 presidential election.