Gediid

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  1. Yes they do my friend. Add the Guurti and you get that number ...by the way admin great job on the new look.
  2. Norf ha layaabin Xiin he has every right to wish for what ever he thinks is right but wishing is one thing but putting those wishes into action is another. At the end of a beautiful dream one has to wake up and face the reality n Old Xiin just wants to hold onto that dream while his deeds are the exact opposite. Haatu, no libaax I am only passing thru.
  3. ^^^^ Thx sxb, it's good to be back, I am in Jakarta. Maxaa meesha lagu hayaa?
  4. xiinfaniin;931838 wrote: Apophis's one lines are more lethal it seems than Oodweyne's ; just like a skier's foot awakens the sleeping snow and still survives, Oba survives (in fact he seems to enjoy) Oodweyne's torrent Left this forum roughly a decade ago though I do check the posts from time to time for news and it seems old Xinny is still up to his old ways of jirjiroolenimo iyo diradiraalnimo, who ever said u can't teach an old dog new what ever comes to mind. Anyways Greetings to y'all from the beautiful island of Indonesia. Keep on fighting and arguing about intiina ka ugu what ever dheer, it's quite entertaining.
  5. Originally posted by xiinfaniin: @ I've left out the names of the organizations for the common security reasons. …yet secessionists and their hired pens have yet to find their voice in a manner that could convince the world about the merits of splitting Somalis along clan lines. Recent election and the manner in which it was executed were impressive…the resultant outcome in the form of Siilaanyo’s leadership represented a ray of hope in the region. Still in the eyes of the power centers that matter, it was indeed a local in nature and had nothing to change the geopolitical equation. Even this had me wanting to drop a comment or two.Waar Ninka sidan ka daaya, this is bigger than a setup.Sidii suuqi doqon ma waaye ayaad Xiin intaad buudhi sarteen ayaad kaga tagteen.Talk about him quoting that old adage a few days back waar reerku ma sidan ayuu u sal fududaa...... Markuu Somaliland maqlo ayuu odeygu sidii Islan saar hayo ayuu u soo boodayaa. Its been a while,Good to see yall,SOL was a great pastime...
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  7. ^^^^The signs are everywhere,time to throw away the pants and put on the khamiis and get the cumaamad out yaa Ngonge
  8. Islaamaha meesha mashxarad(sp) ayey kala daaleen ma istidhi, sadly though I doubt if any of the women understands a word of what the kids are saying.That video says volumes about where we Somalis find ourselves.I know in qurbe it has become a norm for most kids to not speak Somali while their parents sadly enough do not speak English.A while back waxaan is odhan jirey waar dadkan maxaa ka si ah but now I realize why.Diinta Islamaaka I believe (correct me if I am wrong here)says something like aduunya gudoonka calamadaha lagu garto waxaa ka mid in caruur iyo walidku is af garan wayaan.That is what we are seeing today.Only 20 years later 80% of Somali kids from the first generation of refugees can not have a one on one serious conversation with their dads or mums and its truely a sad affair.
  9. ^^^^ KK yeap the guy is a petro chemical engineer and singing is a hobby of his...During the tour to the USA, he had a job interview in houston with one of the big compnaies there and he has been offered a job there.....Ha degdin yaah KK ninku waa real Engineer and not the reer Xamar Injineere....
  10. There is a known Somali pimp is Vegas.And I have seen a former Somali general,you know kuwii lagu toli jirey garaadka pimping for Durdur band back in the day in Addis Ababa in exchage for beer and jaad.....And like AT said there is many who help people with money get around and make "introductions" but waa fataal lama yidhaa wax kale ayaa loogu yeedha.
  11. If the Amir of Al Shaabaab is Ahmed Godane, Ahmed was a brilliant student at the Islamic University in Islamabad.He studied Economics and graduated 1st in his class both at the undergraduate and post graduate levels.He also was notable for being a tutor to nearly every somali in every field in the university whether it was sharcia wa qanuun,economics or arabic language.He was also one of the youngest somali students there.That was all I remember of the guy.
  12. Che iyo Sophist your arguments remind me of that age old story of the Ethiopian Mig that attacked Hargeysa and Reer Burco got pissed and asked oo maxey Burco oo soo mari weydey. Like I said earleir Somali literature is diverse and rich and each area and region is blessed with its own form of literature,dance and murti.Gabay is just but ONE out of that.
  13. Its been centuries since I last posted here and it took a useless topic like this and the usual BS for an argument to bring me back.Now back to the topic at hand,as always it seems the usual suspects are in full force spitting dirt at everything Somaliland but I think one only has to realize what the editorial of the Somaliland times has mentioned is only part of what one might call Somali literature and true a majority of the poetry and poems did take place in the region the editorial mentioned but I will dig in deeper and be more specific.The 3 tribes that are poetically inclined are known to all and one to argue otherwise is nonsense.I know there is a rule on SOL but I will mention those 3 by their initials I,O and the Dh tribes but I do know there are the excellent poets from other tribes whose poetry is undoubtably beautiful but those three tribes are the major players.Now for one to think and say otherwise waa straight up BS.Its like me saying a few bootylicious ladies from the North with exceptional Niiko skills to name but one, the one and only QALANJO and brand her as the pioneer of the Niiko dance while blinding myself of its very orgins. Having said that Somali literature is rich in every shape and form and each region is blessed with a unique flavour.I doubt if the editorial mentions anything other than what that region is known for.And as far as the motive of Prof Samater in his orginal piece I think its only known to him why he has chosen only one part of Somali literature and chose to plant it somewhere else. Adios
  14. The pretty girl Shamkaroon has an old ugly guun tagging on her heels....