June 22, 1993 |
Four Somali women sat half-buried in a pile of American wheat in a seaside neighborhood here the other day, guarded by U.N. soldiers stationed on nearby rooftops. And, for the first time in two weeks, they resumed the job of giving food to the beleaguered citizenry. "I was afraid to come today," admitted one aid recipient, Kadijo Hassan Mohamud, a 25-year-old mother of four who collected her ration of five pounds of wheat in a plastic bag. "But for food, we must trust in God.