Aden Saran-Sor

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Aden Mohamed Nur Saran-Sor (Somali: Aaden Maxamed Nuur [Aaden Saransoor]), commonly known as Aaden Saransoor, is a Somali warlord.[1] He is a commander in the Rahanweyn Resistance Army (RRA),[2] and his militia is in control of Baidoa, seat of the Transitional Federal Parliament.[3]

On October 6, 2006, his militia surrounded the house of general Ali Hussein Loyan,[4] (also known as Ali Mohamed Hassan Loyan), the national police commander.[5] On the thirty-first of the same month, Saran-Sor was accused of backing rebellion against the Transitional Federal Parliament by Aden Mohamed Nor, Minister of Justice in the Baidoa-based government.[1] When the RRA split into two rival factions,[6] Saran-Sor supported Mohamed Ibrahim Habsade.[2]

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  1. ^ a b Mohamed Abdi Farah (2006-11-04). "Minister dismisses opposition claims" (in Rough translation into English, from Somali). Somalinet. Retrieved 2006-12-12. 
  2. ^ a b Agence France-Presse authors (2006-02-24). "Regional Somali authority bans lawmakers from carrying weapons". AFP; article hosted by Benadir-Watch. Retrieved 2006-12-12. 
  3. ^ Palmieri, Vincenzo (2005). "Somalia: a nation in turmoil, no more?". www.globeresearch.it (Globe Research and Publishing). Retrieved 2007-01-06. 
  4. ^ South African Press Association and Agence France-Presse authors (2006-10-06). "Armed stand-off in Somali govt seat". Mail & Guardian. Retrieved 2007-01-06. 
  5. ^ Kennedy, Elizabeth A. (2007-01-04). "Mogadishu residents reluctant to give up guns". Associated Press. Daily Herald and Lee Enterprises. Retrieved 2006-01-06. 
  6. ^ Agence France-Presse authors (2003). "Six killed in factional violence in Somalia (in middle of page)". AFP; article hosted by MIT. Retrieved 2006-12-12.