|Somali Civil War|
|Somali National Alliance (SNA)|
|Leaders||Mohamed Farrah Aidid
Hussein Mohamed Farah Aidid
|Operating Areas:||Parts of Mogadishu, Southern Somalia|
|Preceded by:||United Somali Congress
Somali Patriotic Movement (SPM)
Independent faction leaders and groups
|Succeeded by:||Somalia Reconciliation and Restoration Council|
The Somali National Alliance (SNA) was a political alliance formed in June, 1992 with Mohamed Farrah Aidid as its head. Its constituents included Aidid's breakaway United Somali Congress faction, the Somali Patriotic Movement and other southern factions. They were one faction in the Somali Civil War. Military units aligned with the SNA were the bulwark of Somali to UNOSOM II, and an estimated 2,000-4,000 participated in the Battle of Mogadishu.
After the death of the senior Aidid in 1996, his son, Hussein Mohamed Farah Aidid, took over the SNA. It eventually became the core of the Somali Reconciliation and Restoration Council (SRRC), formed in 2001.
Leaders and members 
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