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  1. That was nice. Am I the only one who thinks she is hot?
  2. Writing a real book takes effort and time, I would rather stick to my poems and short stories.
  3. Ghost brides! sounds interesting. No nagging involved...
  4. It is not oppression but tough love -
  5. Any man who tries to understand women shaqo laan baa hiiso -
  6. Well congrats to the nomad - Now 659 more nomads to go.
  7. This is shocking - They actually have porn in Somalia. Every I learn something new about qaxootis.
  8. This way we can lure them in and back stap them - Me can't wait.
  9. Too much shah(beer) dheh.
  10. Guess the Jews don't know that Somalis are hard to convert.
  11. That Wafa is my sworn enemy - I swear can't stand the lady -
  12. This issh turned into freestyle - Come up few levels and I might visit again - Love my qaxootis but ain't fuking with no broke ones - lool I swear I love you ppl -
  13. Distant Home A place of distance, A shrine in existence, Somewhere of a location, Lies my birth nation, A race with many faces, Come to embrace from different paces, They come as one as the children of Punt, With tales woven of songs of their hunt, Of what has come and gone to past, Of what will be that has yet to last, This land of mine bears no shame, For it has tamed what sets it aflame, Many have died for the sake of this land, Now upon it I rest my hand, Hoping to grasp its past in my veins, Its memories, its pride, its remains, To forever be bonded to my kin, The unborn seed that is unable to sin, Within the wombs of mothers to be, Under the acacia tree, They wait for the new born, To bring peace to the Horn,
  14. London 02 March, 06 ( Sh.M.Network) Somalia could become the next "war on terror" battleground as the United States zeroes in on al-Qaeda and Islamist groups reportedly trying to exploit a power vacuum in the world's most anarchic state. Looking on helplessly are two million Somalis facing drought and famine, and aid agencies hampered by warlords, kidnappings and piracy. The World Food Programme says a dire humanitarian situation in southern Somalia has been worsened by hijackings of relief vessels -- but alternative land routes had raised "similar logistical and security challenges". An American employee of Unicef was kidnapped in the south on Wednesday. United Nations envoys say about 11-million people are threatened by starvation in Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia and Tanzania due to conflicts and the region's worst drought in years. Oxfam has warned that only a third of the requested international food aid has materialised. But isolated, lawless Somalia's predicament is particularly acute, the UN reported this week. One consequence is a growing wave of asylum seekers, who are preyed upon by violent people-smugglers. Attempts to establish order in Somalia, a former British protectorate and Italian colony, have failed since President Siad Barre was overthrown in 1991. Somaliland in the north and Puntland on the tip of the Horn of Africa have effectively seceded. The south "is pure bandit country", a western official said. After a 1992-94 US military intervention failed and a UN mission withdrew in 1995, Somalia ceased to exist as a functioning unitary state. Control of the capital, Mogadishu, is disputed by thousands of gunmen. A dozen or so transitional governments have come and gone. Western countries, with no diplomatic presence, have largely turned their backs. But that is changing. Officials now say they have "clear evidence" that al-Qaeda is trying to re-establish a presence in Somalia, the ****** region of eastern Ethiopia, and possibly Sudan, in alliance with local Islamists. General Mark Kimmitt of US central command says al-Qaeda sees Somalia as a potential safe haven. Western and UN officials point to suspected al-Qaeda links to Islamist groups in Mogadishu seeking to impose sharia law and Islamic rule, and to al-Qaeda-affiliated training camps in the south-east. "We're all getting much more interested in Somalia," an informed source said. "Terrorism, instability, and growing numbers of asylum-seekers are among the reasons. "Somalia is traditionally not strongly Islamic but there is a growing body of people in favour of political Islam and they are clearly getting help from outside...we don't want to see the establishment of a fundamentalist state." US regional efforts are directed from Camp Lemonier in Djibouti, a former French Foreign Legion base that is home to 1 500 troops of the 'Combined Joint Task Force -- Horn of Africa'. Its commander, Marine Major-General Timothy Ghormley, told the American Forces Press Service that its work was aimed at winning "hearts and minds" via aid projects but terrorism pre-emption was also vital. "We go into the ungoverned spaces. We go where there is a threat ... if we weren't there they [al-Qaeda] would be." The US says it does not operate on the ground in Somalia, though it runs anti-piracy naval patrols, controls its airspace, and has contacts with Somaliland's authorities. Britain says it presently has no troops in Somalia or Djibouti, although speculation persists about special forces involvement. Western governments say the first step to defeating terrorism and drought is improved security achieved through political reconciliation. Last week the latest transitional government held its first parliamentary session on Somali soil, raising hopes of an end to anarchy. Britain says it will provide political support and cash if the factions get serious about peace. But while Somalia needs help, critics say the new focus on al-Qaeda is a distraction from more pressing problems. "Islamist activists are a diverse community ... making a broad-based conspiracy implausible," the International Crisis Group said. "Islamist extremism has failed to take hold in Somalia because of Somali resistance -- not foreign counter-terrorism." Author Alex de Waal said jihad in the Horn of Africa was tried and failed in the 1990s. The Pentagon was "chasing ghosts". - Source
  15. I see the point of af somali disappearing -
  16. lol good try guys but here are words that just complete them - Salguurin - Conversion Lifaaqayn - Affixation Jibaarid - Compounding Goldooxid - Acronymy Codbeddelid - Sound change Farcamid - Derivation
  17. forgot the translation myself -
  18. Isn't tahliil purified water or something like that -
  19. Tashiil = usually means something used lil by lil -
  20. LONDON, England (Reuters) -- Author Dan Brown appeared in court on Monday at the start of a trial in which two historians say he copied their work to write "The Da Vinci Code" best-seller and are suing his British publisher. Richard Leigh and Michael Baigent are suing their own publisher Random House for lifting "the whole architecture" of the research that went into their 1982 non-fiction book "The Holy Blood, and the Holy Grail," itself a bestseller. Brown's religious thriller has more than 36 million copies in print worldwide and has upset Catholics for suggesting Jesus married Mary Magdalene and had a child by her. The same theory is put forward in "The Holy Blood, and the Holy Grail." Lawyers on both sides of the case have declined to comment on how the trial might affect sales of the hugely successful novel or the distribution of a major Hollywood adaptation which Sony Pictures plans to release in May. Jonathan James, representing Baigent and Leigh, told the High Court that "... Dan Brown copied from 'The Holy Blood, and the Holy Grail' and therefore the publication of the result by the defendant is in infringement of the copyright of my client in the United Kingdom." Random House, owned by German media conglomerate Bertelsmann, have dismissed the claim as "without merit," and succeeded last October in having a "substantial" part of the case made by the historians dropped. Commentators have pointed out that a major character in 41-year-old Brown's book, Sir Leigh Teabing, has a name that is an anagram of Leigh and Baigent. A third author of the 1982 book, Henry Lincoln, has decided to stay out of the action. Last August, Brown won a court ruling against another writer, Lewis Perdue, who claimed The Da Vinci Code copied elements of two of his novels, "Daughter of God" and "The Da Vinci Legacy." Perdue had sought $150 million in damages and asked the court to block distribution of the book and the movie adaptation, which features Tom Hanks alongside French actress Audrey Tautou. Source
  21. ^^That is a great compliment coming from the BOB man of SOL - Am your biggest fan since today(kiddin) -
  22. ^^I wonder which one of Jimcaale's personal rugrats you are - I am betting on the politician -
  23. Originally posted by BOB: you CHEATED Peace,Love & Unity. lol but here is the great part of cheating - Now atleast I have learned a new somali word -