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Wrong Khadija Ali?

Mrs. Khadija Ali Ossobleh

Civil Society Activist and Founder

Non Governmental Organization

HQ Phone: (212) 963-7872

Non Governmental Organization

NGO Resource Center At The United Nations Dag Hammarskjold Library Building, Room L-1B-31

New York, New York 10017

United States

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Background Information

Employment History


Hiiraan Online

Graduate Student

George Mason University

Minister of State

Transitional National Government


Somali Women's Study Centre

Transitional National Parliament

Somali Transitional National Parliament

er of State and Former Member


Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University

Institute of Conflict Analysis & Resolution

Web References (80 Total References)

Khadija is the co-founder of ...

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Khadija is the co-founder of SWSC. She was a member of the Transitional National Parliament and a Minister of State in Somalia (2000-2002). She is a civil society activist and founder of a local Non-Governmental Organization (SAACID), and a number of civil society networks that focus on women issues and peace building in Somalia. Khadija Ali is currently a PhD candidate at the ...

FCAEA | Somali Diaspora Drawn Back To Mogadishu

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Khadija Ali has just returned to Somalia from Toronto, Canada after 27 years away.

"People are more religious now, people are more conservative than it was before," she says. "And I can understand, in my culture as a religion, when we encounter difficulties, we go to God."
Despite the culture shock, Ali, who worked as a doctor in Toronto, hopes to get involved in improving health services in Mogadishu.
Like many in the capital, sensing new opportunities, she has big plans to help rebuild a city and a country still fragile from years of conflict.

Khadija O. Ali ...

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Khadija O. Ali

By Khadija O. Ali, November 27, ...

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By Khadija O. Ali, November 27, 2012

Khadija O. Ali is a former member of the Somali Transitional National Parliament and a minister of state at the Transitional National Government from 2000 to 2002. A contributor to Foreign Policy In Focus, she is also a Ph.D.candidate at the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University.
Recommended Citation:
Khadija O. Ali, "Affirmative Action for Somalia" (Washington, DC: Foreign Policy In Focus, November 27, 2012)
View the discussion thread.

Michael Shank | Understanding Political Islam in Somalia

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One Somali columnist Khadija O. Ali, a former member of the Somali Transitional National Parliament and a Minister of State from 2000 to 2002, wrote "Despite the [Union of Islamic Court's] military defeat, the war is far from over," citing that a majority of Somalis view the Transitional Federal Government as a "puppet government" that has been "externally imposed with little popular support and legitimacy. (Ali 2007) While Ali's analysis contradicts US Ambassador Frazer's belief in the viability of the Transitional Federal Government, implied by her recent comment that "they offer a promising vehicle forward for Somalia" (Frazer 2007), Ali's concerns appear common among Somali Diaspora.

Ali, K. (2007).

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