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  1. Taleexi;698497 wrote: Soomaalida haweenkoodu ma caddaan baa? may cadaan ma aha, laakin african madow ma aha.
  2. Valenteenah.;698468 wrote: Uff indeed @ Axmed-inajaad. I wonder though, ma dhakhtarkeedaad tahay, saad u ogaatay in alaabteedu dhulka marayeso? Istakhfurulah. konton jir so ma aha naagtu? waa obvious. she's not gabar yar oo hilib yar leh.
  3. The Zack;698532 wrote: LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL@research pusposes. Dude.. ilaahay ka baq ninyahow! sxb. haa im workin on ph.d thesis
  4. Alpha Blondy;698438 wrote: you know when you are in the among the hustle and bustle, you dont need to to refer to a site like this. simply because i have seen the vids and the old german man. videoga xagee laga helaa, inaa daawoda baan rabaan for reasearch purposes.
  5. RaMpAgE;698030 wrote: Their no such thing as half somali, your either somali or not. Thanks to some self hating somali naago, we have ton's of biracial claiming somali. sax! naagahaan waa lagu qasaaray qarkood.
  6. uff naag madow oo konton jir ah oo bahalkeeda dhulka marayo maxuu ku falay? uff
  7. somalina raga iyo siyaasada ka dhex bax abaayo. ghabdho siyaasay loogu ma talo galin.
  8. gabdhahaan kibir badana. hadowtiina marke late 20's gaaran bay calalcaal la imaanayaan, "i cant find a decent man". maybe decent man dont want wax kibir badan oo dhaqan iyo diin la heen like you.
  9. cynical lady;692283 wrote: A woman should be a woman so says a man. Kiss our toes is my response to you booohoooo cry me a river nonsense for a thread. p.s equality is for women with no aspiration. We don’t want to be your equal, when we know were better than you. As for your fear of the 4th stage.......get with the programme your already replaced from the IVF and strapon department. istaqfurallah. ilahay ka baq gabaryahay.
  10. when i thnk of south african woman, i thnk of AIDS.
  11. i blame naagahan oo sharafta lahayn on ninku sawiray. they should be sentenced to jail if not killed too.
  12. allah ha naxaristo. not everyone who has mental ilness is murdere, and sometimes marriage can calm people down. most somali's go crazy because of living in kufr land. i think sending them to somalia or muslim country can help
  13. waa sax according to the diin. naago should stay at home and not work.
  14. horta somalina, adiga maxaa siyaasad ku dhex galiyay? dumarka siyaasad loogo ma talo galin.
  15. Jacaylbaro;685054 wrote: sheegato qadhmuun dheh ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, maxaa ku xanaajiyay?:D
  16. Xaaji Xunjuf;685048 wrote: Hiiraan Online Editorial Sunday, January 02, 2011 Peace has been illusive in Somalia since 1991 . Due to the protracted civil war the news from Somalia was always negative. This year alone according to human Rights watch Some 3.75 million people – roughly half of Somalia's remaining population – are in urgent need of humanitarian assistance. More than a million people are displaced from their homes within Somalia and tens of thousands fled the country as refugees into neighboring countries. More people who escaped from the daily shelling and bombardment of civilians by the warring parties in Mogadishu were extended to a welcome mat by both previous and current administration of Somaliland. Opening the gates to thousands of civilians, mostly Internally Displaced Persons (IDP's) from the chaos of Southern Somalia has earned Somaliland a championship title in humanitarian. Such a gesture indicates not only a strong commitment in brotherhood, but also a deeper value in human rights protections. The Puntland administration equally played a vital role and deserves the admiration of all Somalis for welcoming IDPs as well as hosting the Somali Regions Soccer Tournament, this is a noble gesture that will build confidence and enhance communities to reconcile through sports. There are so many Somalis inside the country and in the Diaspora community who worked tirelessly to alleviate some of the suffering subjected to civilians through aid and development assistance. While we couldn't possibly recognize all of them, we chose two outstanding individuals whose efforts contributed to the welfare of other Somalis last year and who through democracy and good governance are future beacons for other parts of Africa and regions in Somalia to follow suit their great exemplary footsteps. Somalia had countless of heroes across the various spectrums, but the writers and editors of Hiiraan Online are delighted to split the "Person of the Year" award of 2010 between a former president Dahir Riyale Kahin and the current president of Somaliland Ahmed Mohamed Mohamud aka "Siilaanyo" for the following reasons: a) The peaceful transfer of power; a rare occurrence in the continent since 1960s when many African countries got their independence from colonial powers, as this is the second time in the history of Somali a, the first being in the sixties when the late president Aden Adde transferred power peacefully. b) Fair and democratic election; on September 30, 2009 the three political parties in Somaliland, the ruling UDUB and the opposition parties Kulmiye and UCID signed a six point Memorandum of understanding (MoU) to bring an end to months of political bickering with respect to the upcoming election. Subsequently, Somaliland held a fair and democratic election in (exact date) according to the election monitoring commission and Ahmed Mohamed Mohamud (Siilaanyo) was declared the new president through fair and democratic process at the ballot box. Other regional administrations should follow suit and embrace the election modality exercised by the people of Somaliland rather than using clan elders to select the president as in the case of Puntland. Respecting the aspirations of the people is an important milestone that is requisite for any functioning democracy. The last election in Somaliland has demonstrated that regional administrations can deploy their masses to the ballot box and respect the outcome as that instills the necessary political culture that improves the nascent system. Despite the political and social upheavals that mired Somalia and its regional administrations, there has been never without opportunities to make a difference in the lives of the people. Leaders across the country should be brazen by a desire to impact positively on their respective constituents. Hiiraan Online recognizes President Riyale the person of the year 2010 for conceding defeat and facilitating the peaceful transfer of power to the newly elected president Siilaanyo. Likewise Hiiraan Online recognizes President Ahmed Mohamud (Siilaanyo) the person of the year 2010 for contesting the presidential post through election and ballot box and by not contesting power through force and the barrel of gun. We, the writers and editors of Hiiraan Online, urge President Siilaanyo to walk that extra mile and work towards uniting the nation by making use of his savvy leadership skills and his newly earned statesmanship status. At the end, no one thrives in a neighborhood that suffers from chronic wars, corruptions and with leaders that are unaccountable to the people. Replicating the strides that Somaliland has made in its security sector is an important step towards a constructive "Siilaanyo Policy" for the rest of the country. Please join Hiiraan Online in congratulating both president Riyale and President Siilaanyo. I like what HiiraanOnline is doing, praising northwestern somali's so they stop the separations nonsense.
  17. is this somalia persons of the year mise somaliland persons of the year?
  18. Jacaylbaro;685036 wrote: This is the red carpet ... they put it on the table .... Wax Fahan ,,, kkkk reerkan buntiland faan badana.
  19. H;685026 wrote: [4:23]. Prohibited for you (in marriage) are your mothers, your daughters, your sisters, the sisters of your fathers, the sisters of your mothers, the daughters of your brother, the daughters of your sister, your nursing mothers, the girls who nursed from the same woman as you, the mothers of your wives, the daughters of your wives with whom you .have consummated the marriage - if the marriage has not .been consummated, you may marry the daughter. Also prohibited for you are the women who were married to your genetic sons. Also, you shall not be married to two sisters at the same time - but do not break up existing marriages. GOD is Forgiver, Most Merciful. . sax. anaa qaladka lahaa.
  20. Ismalura;684993 wrote: Ahmadi-najad laguye. Just one more ignorant chauvinist on SOL. Guumesyno is great compared to ina rag qaarkiis ( Like i said in another thread). maxaa waaye 'chauvinist', ma ilahay wuxu aqbalay baad cayaysaa? guumeysnimo waa naar walal and i dont wish it on any sister, but a lot of sisters in qurbaha are going this way because of their bad attitudes, its better for them to be in a marriage and share a muslim husband. we are put in this world as muslims to procreate and increase the ummah and marriage is half your diin. remember that sister.
  21. Man Of Freedom;684713 wrote: The chasm of the sex-ratio in our community is continuously widening. And there are no easy solutions. The numbers are staggering and unless our sisters make difficult choices they are doomed to single life. Realistically speaking, there is no creative formula for this type of problem. It is a unique problem that extends from individual source to social realm. It is the type of problems that germinates from dreadful personal decision before it morphs into monumental social problem. The amazing thing about this unique personal and social problem is that we have always had a viable remedy; but sadly, it is remedy that is scorned time and time again by many of our sisters. It is the practice of polygamy. Desperate moments require desperate measures, If we genuinely want to turn things around, we need to give a serious thought about adopting polygamy in our diaspora communities. The choice is stark and inescapable: you either choose to share, or live single life until you reach your expiration date. The choice is yours girls. Keep one thing in mind though, the choices and the decisions you make today will ultimately shape your future. Don't be a dreamer, be a realist, for it will do you good in the long term. sax. somali women have to decide what is important, their diin and increasing the ummah by being part of a beautiful islamic polygamous marriage or being single angry gumeeys that contributes nothing to the world.