At least 1,000 residents of the central Somali town of Dusamareb have held a protest against a deadly US attack.
The missile strike on Thursday killed the leader of a group which the US links to al-Qaeda. At least 10 others died when a house in the town was hit.
One of the protest organisers said people feared further strikes by US forces on the town.[..]
In Dusamareb, people protested against Thursday's US strike, shouting slogans such as "Down with the Bush administration".
One of the organisers, Abdirasak Moalim Ahmed, told the Associated Press news agency: "Our town has been severely affected by the recent US attack and still we fear because planes continue to fly over our city."[..]
Al-Shabab, which the US says is linked with al-Qaeda, controls parts of central and southern Somalia.
The group says it is a purely Somali movement and denies involvement with al-Qaeda.
Is anyone else suspicious of the ease in which the Bush administration paints any and all Islamist movements under the umbrella of "al Qaeda"? Fool the American people once, shame on you. Try to fool the American people over and over and over....