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STORY: EID AL-ADHA PREPARATIONS

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LANGUAGE: ENGLISH/SOMALI
DATELINE: 3rd October 2014 / MOGADISHU,
SOMALIA


SHOTLIST

1. Wide shot, goats outside Hamar Weyne market
2. Wide shot, shoppers walking past butchery
3. Medium shot, butcher sharpening knives
4. Close up, butchers hands and knife as he cuts meat
5. Wide shot, woman buying potatoes
6. Medium shot, trader sorting vegetables
7. Wide shot, view of stalls in market
8. Medium shot, woman making pastries
9. Medium shot, star-shaped pastries
10. Close up, cookies
11. Medium shot, boy carrying tray of pastries
12. Medium shot, trays of pastries
13. Medium shot, worker in bakery placing pastries on trays
14. SOUNDBITE: (SOMALI) HASSAN AHMED GUTALE, BAKERY OWNER:
We are really happy today, because Eid is tomorrow and were getting ready
to celebrate. Security is much better now, so the celebrations will also be
much better.
15. Wide shot, people shopping
16. Wide shot, car driving past
17. SOUNDBITE: (SOMALI) FALASTIN SALAD MOHAMUD, HOUSEWIFE:
Im preparing for Eid, a lot has changed when it comes to security, its very
safe now compared to what it was like in previous years.
18. Wide shot, exterior of clothing shops
19. Wide shot, interior of clothing store with women shopping
20. Medium shot, clothes on display
21. Medium shot, women entering clothing shop
22. Close up, stacks of fabric
23. SOUNDBITE: (SOMALI) MULKA BUFER, MOGADISHU RESIDENT:
Im looking forward to Eid, Ive bought some new clothes and well be going
to be the beach where I hope to ride a horse.
24. Medium shot, pedestrians feet as car passes
25. Wide shot, view of street



STORY

Residents of Mogadishu have flocked to markets around Somalias capital to
stock up on supplies ahead of celebrations that will mark Eid al-Adha.

Eid al-Adha, known as the feast of the sacrifice, will be held on Saturday
(October 4) this year, and honors the willingness of prophet Ibrahim to
sacrifice his only son Ishmael.

Traders in Hamar Weyne, Mogadishus main market, are doing brisk business
as shoppers buy meat, vegetables and other supplies for the weekends
feasting and merrymaking.

We are really happy today, because Eid is tomorrow and were getting ready
to celebrate. Security is much better now, so the celebrations will also be
much better, says Hassan Ahmed Gutale, who owns a bakery in the capital.

The improved security Gutale speaks of, is made possible by Somalias
National Army (SNA), which is supported by AMISOM (Africa Union Mission in
Somalia) troops. The joint forces launched Operation Indian Ocean in August
this year to recover the last isolated patches of territory that are still under the
control of terror group al Shabaab.

Im preparing for Eid, a lot has changed when it comes to security, its very
safe now compared to what it was like in previous years, says Falastin Salad
Mohamud, a housewife who lives in the capital.

Mogadishu itself was liberated from the extremists in 2012 and residents can
now freely celebrate along with other Muslim faithful around the world.

Im looking forward to Eid, Ive bought some new clothes and well be going
to be the beach where I hope to ride a horse, says Mulka Bufer, a girl that
was shopping in Hamar Weyne market.

Joint SNA and AMISOM forces will be launching a major offensive in coming
days to capture the scenic town of Barawe, al Shabaabs last stronghold.