This is what happens when you're serious about defeating jihad:
A senior U.N. official says Somalia is at a "turning point" with the population buoyed by a new government.Yes, they do.
U.N. Humanitarian Coordinator Eric Laroche Thursday told reporters at U.N. World Headquarters in New York he hopes the trouble-plagued country will take advantage of the opportunity to return to peace and stability.
It has had no functioning government since the regime of Muhammad Siad Barre was toppled in 1991.
Since the Ethiopian-backed Transitional Federal Government routed the Union of the Islamic Courts almost three months ago, "the federal government has a roadmap," the official said. "They know what to do."