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MOGADISHU (Reuters) – The commander of a U.S. military force fighting the al Qaeda-affiliated al Shabaab militia in Somalia said on Tuesday that the use of deadly U.S. air strikes against the group was “counterproductive” and asked that lessons from the operation be incorporated into future strategies.
Patrick Skinner, a deputy for U.S. Army Gen. Stephen Townsend, made the remarks at a news conference where he and others briefed the media on the recent drop in al Shabaab’s fortunes in Somalia, where U.S. forces are training and supporting the army.
U.S. President Donald Trump has acknowledged the use of deadly U.S. air strikes in Somalia in response to al Shabaab attacks on U.S. and other international troops. He said al Shabaab targeted non-Muslim civilians for recruitment and to cause shock and awe.
“Al Shabaab’s still threats to the citizens of Somalia. Their attacks on the Ugandan forces have continued,” Skinner said, referring to the August strike in Kenya.
The U.S. “has no intent of engaging in combat with al Shabaab. We have had no such request,” he said. “This war is important to us to be able to protect the Somali citizens. Al Shabaab can be defeated by ourselves and our partners.”
There are currently about 5,000 U.S. military personnel working in Somalia, a number that is expected to go up to around 7,000 next year, said Commander Colonel Michael Maguire, who was present at the briefing, conducted by a U.S. Africa Command spokesman.
The efforts of the U.S. government in Somalia have been hindered, however, by the large number of African Union forces in the country, which include the contingents of Burundi, Djibouti, Ethiopia and Uganda, with the most recent