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Ms. Khadija O. Ali

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Civil Society Activist and Founde...

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Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Co-Founder
    Somali Transitional National Parliament
  • Member
    Somali Transitional National Parliament
  • Member
    Transitional National Parliament


  • Institute of Conflict Analysis & Resolution
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Khadija is the co-founder of ..., 22 Nov 2014 [cached]
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 ...
Gulfnews: Somali women back Islamist militia [cached]
"Somalia was saved because of the Somali women," said Khadija O. Ali, 47, founder of a women's group here and a graduate student in conflict resolution at George Mason University.
Somalia: Somalis Relieved At Warlords' Defeat, 21 June 2006 [cached]
"There was no other option," said Khadija Ali, a Somali-American doctoral student in conflict resolution at George Mason University who spends part of the year in Somalia.
The Islamic militiamen's rapid advance across most of southern Somalia surprised even them, said Ali, who has been advising the courts union on international relations.
"These guys were not prepared for this change, they did not have a plan, so it is overwhelming," she said.
Ali said the international community must demand peace talks that include the transitional government, the courts union, the business community and civil society.
Now that the warlords have been defeated, all Somalis must work together to form a new government, she said.
The courts union "couldn't do anything without the business sector and civil society.Now the movement should have the face of all three sectors of society," she said."If it is only the Islamic courts who have power, then the radicals will succeed."
Ali said she has been trying to recruit business people and civic leaders to join the courts union, but it's been difficult.
"I talked to some of my friends in civil society and they say, `I run a non-governmental organization, I don't want to get involved in politics,'" she said.
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By Khadija Osoble Ali
Khadija Osoble Ali, a former member of the Somali Transitional National Parliament and a Minister of State from 2000 to 2002, She is a doctoral student at the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University and a contributor to Foreign Policy In Focus.
Khadija O. Ali ..., 5 Dec 2012 [cached]
Khadija O. Ali
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