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  1. It's ironic that Islam didn't have any affect in Somali society , it's tribalism that always wins before Islam in Somalia. People always ask me , if you say Islam is good religion and has everything as humans beings need why is that your people are fighting each other like Europeans in their dark ages or even worse ? I come to wonder why Somalis are 99 percent people who believe the religion of peace and yet act like savages.
  2. A little boy asked his mother, "Why are you crying?" "Because I need to" she said. "I don't understand," he said. His mother just hugged him and said, "And you never will." Later the little boy asked his father, "Why does mother seem to cry for no reason?" "All women cry for no reason," his dad answered carelessly. The little boy, still wondering why women cry, finally asked the old wise shaikh (scholar). "He surely knows the answer", he thought. "Ya Shaikh! Why do women cry so easily?" The Shaikh answered: "When Allah made the woman she had to be special. He made her shoulders strong enough to carry the weight of the world, yet gentle enough to give comfort. He gave an inner strength to endure both childbirth and the rejection that many times comes from her children. He gave her a toughness that allows her to keep going when everyone else gives up, and take care of her family through sickness and fatigue without complaining. He gave her the sensitivity to love her children under any and all circumstances, even when her child hurts her badly. He gave her strength to carry her husband through his faults and fashioned her from his rib to protect his heart. He gave her wisdom to know that a good husband never hurts his wife, but sometimes tests her strengths and her resolve to stand beside him unfalteringly. And lastly, He gave her a tear. This is hers and only hers exclusively to use whenever she needs it. She needs no reason, no explanation, its hers. You see my son, the beauty of a woman is not in the clothes she wears, the beauty of her face, or the way she combs her hair. The beauty of a woman must be seen in her eyes, because that is the doorway to her heart - the place where love resides." link
  3. Someone should bring this pig useless government to justice , he travels In different suits and planes while the most population are starving. No wonder Ethiopia and Uganda hate to see real patriotic somali leader in power. I swear a mayors in small towns in American did more work than this president he ever done. And I feel sorry if anyone look up to him as leader
  4. Somalina I am not degrading the minister but just pointing few facts. We would appreciate to see photo of him with students in Mogadishu current time. All these ministers have done something but but not enough. It's either tour to Europe ,America and middle east or they are Locked up in their villa As Somali citizen I have right to have my opinions heard no complaints . If I was a minister , I will stand with the people and do what the job requirements are. I will not wear different suits , eat fancy meals and have free ticket to different conferences when my own people are suffering from many aspect. I do my job as citizen to respect and help my community
  5. Somalia’s Minister for Education, Heritage & Higher Education, Dr. Abdinur Mohamud honored hundreds of Somali students who graduated from Ohio high schools and colleges at the Second Annual O what is he doing in Ohio ? when he can help students in Somalia. This is great nothing wrong honoring Somali students in abroad but the real job is in the homeland where the uneducated young people are on the rise. Typical Somali politician always using his vacation time to do unnecessary work .
  6. amin arts is funny artist, he should think of doing motion pictures
  7. WASHINGTON (AP) — The Pentagon is sending nearly $45 million in military equipment, including four small drones, to Uganda and Burundi to help battle the escalating terrorist threat in Somalia. Makes perfect sense, without the al shabab's existence none of these funds would be possible and these African countries hate to see Al shabab disappear. At the end of the day everyone makes money except the innocent people being killed. Shame on these fake Somali leaders for letting these Africans be their masters.
  8. Xeefow;720745 wrote: The government is 200 meter away from Bakara Market.....Mash'allah the government has made so much progress....they also captured many areas in Mogadishu and the rest of the regions of the country.....Insh'allah this year looks promising to Somalia...Alhamdulilah...! Government you say ? what government ? they can't even negotiate within the parliament and in the coming election. Don't tell me you believe these ridiculous old thugs, all they do is wait for money to come in from united nation. They carry books and pens to the parliament and each claims they are the ministry of some government department what a joke . So next time when you side with the government remember , these people are just alshabab in different inform .
  9. walaalkis


    who's never accepted Riba. Majority of the people in the west either have credit cards with high interest rates or live in a house under mortgage and the same time they talk about Riba never flows in their blood. I come to wonder, if anyone has never come contact any sort of Riba. For example, people who do rent apt, house etc , don't know they are pay rent to someone who's paying interest to that property I'm not going to lie , I have credit card which sometimes I end up not paying on time and I do pay interest but I really do want cancel it and find alternative way. question is how do we get around this system that's being built around us ? you can't buy property, vehicle or anything that's expensive without the help from the banks unless if you are rich.
  10. after reading this thread , bring back good memories. from casabalbalaare to african village hodan had best places to live in xamar. I really doubt even if peace comes back in that region it will be never the same again
  11. Libya Bahrain Yemen all will join Somalia as the newly failed states. It's about time Somalia got some companions to make us feel that we are not the only one without a nation in instability.As the west thinks they are fighting for the freedom of those nation's people , they more those nations get closer to becoming run down nation by qabiil mentality. Qaddafi maybe crazy but he does good job of keeping that nation stable like Saddam Hussein in Iraq. watch as Libya becomes 20 nations within a nation
  12. War not only causes mental illness it also dooms generations to come.
  13. MOGADISHU (Reuters) - Somalia's parliament has extended its mandate for three more years, its speaker said on Thursday, days after a regional bloc recommended the extension. Somalia has not had a functional government since 1991, when rival warlords overthrew dictator Mohamed Siad Barre and turned on each other. Under a 2009 deal, its transitional government mandate is to expire on August 20 this year, by which time it should have enacted a new constitution and held a parliamentary election. "The Somali parliament voted today to add three years more to their term," Speaker Sharif Hassan Sheikh Aden told reporters. Aden said of 435 legislators present during the vote, 421 voted in favour, 11 against and three abstained. "The extended term is thus appropriate," he said. Legislators said the next step was for parliament to elect a new speaker and deputy in the next sitting, while the president was expected to present himself for re-election, if he willed so, by July. Ain't that something ?punch of useless . No progress, they all after 300 dollars from the united nation
  14. Thanks ya'll for your open welcome much appreciation Surely though its a bit difficult navigating in this forum. The administration could have done better design Nuune Gabadh ? Ina adeer you must be dry to think walaalkis is Gabadh Aren't there no female members in this forum?
  15. Even if somalis go to heaven , they would still fight. It's tragedy that even Rwanda and Burundi who had long civil wars now live in a stable country. Somalis who call themselves Muslims still fight over land and power.
  16. walaalkis

    hello all

    I'm just stepping in as your new member in this wonderful place