Mohamed Farrah Aidid
- Somalia Timeline
- Coup leaders Mohamed Farrah Aidid and Ali Mahdi. Mohamed are unable to build a unified government, causing civil war.
- TargetingDecisions RegardingHumanShields
- then sought refuge there using refugees as shields from counterattacks.15.
- Randolph “Randy” Jones
- Somalia to capture warlord Mohamed Farrah Aidid.
- Interviewee: Mark Bowden Title: What went wrong in Mogadishu
- two top lieutenants of a Somali warlord named Mohamed. Farrah Aidid.
- NATIONAL DEFENSE UNIVERSITY NATIONAL WAR COLLEGE
- was to find and capture two lieutenants of Mohamed Farrah Aidid, a Somali warlord.
- Rebels set deadline for Gadhafi loyalists' surrender
- Canada takes them in as refugees the way Canada took in the wives of Somali warlord Mohamed Farrah Aidid 20 years ago? The rebels simply want revenge. They just want to kill them all.
- The Black Hawk Down Effect - by John L. Hirsch
- As the government collapsed, fighting broke out among clan factions -- led by rival generals Mohamed Farrah Aidid and Ali Mahdi Mohamed -- for local and regional control.
- US 'should not have left Somalia after Black Hawk Down', sole survivor says
- He was later captured by forces of Mohamed Farrah Aidid, Somalia's main warlord, who thought he might be of value as a prisoner. The rest of Mr Durant's comrades were killed, and the bodies of three were dragged through Mogadishu.
- Al Shabab, el peor enemigo para la entrega de ayuda a Somalia
- En 1993, durante la campaña para derrotar al general Mohamed Farrah Aidid, 18 marines fallecieron en la malograda batalla de Mogadiscio.
- Bài học từ 'Black Hawk Down'
- Khi chính phủ sụp đổ, một cuộc chiến đã nổ ra giữa các phe phái mà dẫn đầu là Mohamed Farrah Aidid lãnh đạo Đại Hội Somali Thống Nhất, Ali Mahdi Mohamed - tổng thống tạm quyền, ông Barre – tổng thống đã bị phế bỏ.
- Who's who - Philadelphia Online | Blackhawk Down
- Mohamed Farrah Aidid, leader of the Habr Gidr, a powerful Somalian subclan.
- Mohamed Farrah Aidid | Facebook
- General Mohamed Ali Farrah Aidid (December 15, 1934 – August 2, 1996) was a controversial Somali military leader, often described as a warlord.
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