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  1. Alpha Blondy;975120 wrote: at least their universities are serious. here, in the abyss, i could open a university but more importantly wa in aan la saidoo the students. Somalia has some of the best unis in Africa, Mogadishu University ranks the 35th place of the best 100 in Africa. makes you proud to be Somali Welcome to Top 100 Universities in Africa Section. Here you will find Top 100 Universities in Africa 2012, List of Best 10, 20, 50 African Universities for MBA, Engineering, Medical. Top 100 Universities in Africa 2012:- 1. University of Cape Town, South Africa 2. Universiteit Stellenbosch, South Africa 3. Cairo University, Egypt 4. University of Pretoria, South Africa 5. University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa 6. University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa 7. University of South Africa, South Africa 8. University of the Western Cape, South Africa 9. Rhodes University, South Africa 10. The American University in Cairo, Egypt 11. University of Nairobi, Kenya 12. Makerere University, Uganda 13. Mansoura University, Egypt 14. Polytechnic of Namibia, Namibia 15. University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 16. University of Ghana, Ghana 17. University of Botswana, Botswana 18. University of Johannesburg, South Africa 19. Université de la Reunion, Reunion 20. Ain Shams University, Egypt 21. Université Cadi Ayyad, Morocco 22. University of Khartoum, Sudan 23. Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa 24. Al Akhawayn University, Morocco 25. Université Cheikh Anta Diop, Senegal 26. University of Mauritius, Mauritius 27. Universidade Eduardo Mondlane, Mozambique 28. Helwan University, Egypt 29. Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana 30. University of Ibadan, Nigeria 31. Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia 32. University of Benin, Nigeria 33. Assiut University. Egypt 34. University of Namibia, Namibia 35. Mogadishu University, Somalia 36. University of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe 37. University of Zambia, Zambia 38. University of Lagos, Nigeria 39. Presbyterian University College, Ghana 40. University of Ilorin, Nigeria 41. Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, South Africa 42. The Hubert Kairuki Memorial University, Tanzania 43. Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria 44. North-West University, South Africa 45. Université des Sciences et de la Technologie Houari Boumediène, Algeria 46. Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria 47. Université Mentouri de Constantine, Algeria 48. Strathmore University, Kenya 49. Zagazig University, Egypt 50. Universiteit van die Vrystaat, South Africa 51. The German University in Cairo, Egypt 52. Sudan University of Science and Technology, Sudan 53. Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa 54. Kenyatta University, Kenya 55. Université d'Alger, Algeria 56. Université Abou Bekr Belkaid Tlemcen, Algeria 57. Al Azhar University, Egypt 58. Tanta University, Egypt 59. University of Jos, Nigeria 60. Université Abdelmalek Essadi, Morocco 61. Université de Batna, Algeria 62. Université Mohammed V - Souissi, Morocco 63. Université Abdelhamid Ibn Badis Mostaganem, Algeria 64. Université Djillali Liabes, Algeria 65. Minoufiya University, Egypt 66. Université Hassiba Ben Bouali de Chlef, Algeria 67. Université Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah, Morocco 68. MISR University for Science and Technology, Egypt 69. Moi University, Kenya 70. Université Saad Dahlab Blida, Algeria 71. United States International University, Kenya 72. Université d'Oran, Algeria 73. University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria 74. National University of Rwanda, Rwanda 75. South Valley University, Egypt 76. Université M'hamed Bouguerra de Boumerdes, Algeria 77. Université Mohammed V - Agdal, Morocco 78. University of Fort Hare, South Africa 79. Durban University of Technology, South Africa 80. Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, Kenya 81. Université de Nouakchott, Mauritania 82. Central University of Technology, South Africa 83. University of Limpopo, South Africa 84. Université Badji Mokhtar de Annaba, Algeria 85. University of Zululand, South Africa 86. Mauritius Institute of Education, Mauritius 87. Jimma University, Ethiopia 88. Université de Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso 89. École Nationale Supérieure en Informatique, Algeria 90. Minia University, Egypt 91. Université Mouloud Maameri de Tizi Ouzou, Algeria 92. Université Amar Telidji Laghouat, Algeria 93. Université Hassan II - Mohammedia, Morocco 94. October 6 University, Egypt 95. Université Hassan 1er, Morocco 96. École du Patrimoine Africain, Benin 97. Université Gaston Berger, Senegal 98. Université des Sciences et de la Technologie d'Oran, Algeria 99. Egerton University, Kenya 100. Université d'Antananarivo, Madagascar
  2. Great day for the ppl of Taleex, back to where it belongs to.
  3. Yoniz has valid points and good critique, but hey who can blame these guys, they are doing what govs should've been doing, plus the country have seen a catastrophic brain drain in the last 22 years but these guys left the comfort of the west and are doing hard work to do some change. I know Mr Ciid and he is a dedicated man who I'm sure gave 150% to get a good report, but please concentrate on the full half of the glass, this is a process of learning and I am sure the 2014 report will be much better. Mr Ciid is a very civil man and will take critiques positively, so please make sure to forward your views to his email. Lets concentrate on the full half
  4. Justice iga dheh. these wacko Generals are just taking Egypt into mass destruction.
  5. Breaking news Morsy detained and Mubarak to be freed Egypt's Prosecution Orders Morsi's 15-day Detention for Presidential Palace Violence 2013-08-19 23:24:38 Xinhua Egypt prosecution ordered ousted president Mohamed Morsi for 15 days in prison pending investigations over inciting violence at Ithadyah (presidential place) last year, official news agency MENA reported Monday. On Dec. 5, 2012, Egypt saw violent clashes between Morsi's Islamist supporters and his opponents after he issued a controversial constitutional declaration in November of the same year, whereby he entitled himself with all the country's authorities. Morsi is accused of participating in detaining and torturing citizens, inciting the killing of protesters and publishing false news to influence the judicial authorities, the report said. The new detention order will be enforced after the expiration of Morsi's detention in other cases, related to spying with Hamas movement for hostile acts against the nation. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Egypt's Ex-Dictator Mubarak 'To Be Freed' Deposed dictator Hosni Mubarak is expecting to be freed from jail after being cleared of corruption charges, his lawyer claims. Mubarak was toppled from power in February 2011 following an uprising and has been held by authorities since. He has made numerous appearances at Cairo's courthouse since on charges relating to the death of protesters during the revolution and of corruption. However, according to his lawyer Fareed El Deeb, judicial authorities ordered that 85-year-old Mubarak should be released on one of the remaining corruption charges against him. He said that the only legal grounds for the former leader's detention would be another corruption case, which is expected to be concluded later this week. He said: "All we have left is a simple administrative procedure that should take no more than 48 hours. He should be freed by the end of the week." Mubarak still faces charges of complicity in the murder of protesters during the 2011 revolution. His trial has been adjourned until August 25. The development came after Egyptian authorities disclosed that suspected militants had attacked two police minibuses with rocket-propelled grenades, killing 24 officers in Sinai. The ambush, condemned by Egypt's interior ministry as the work of "armed terrorist groups", took place as the two vehicles were driving through a village near the border town of Rafah in the volatile Sinai Peninsula.
  6. Siyaasi


    Hobbesian_Brute;973801 wrote: I was just teaching the importance of courtesy, because you don't like someone's views or you strongly disagree with them is not a reason to be disrespectful like you were to me. you don't know me, i don't know you. please learn net etiquette okay and don't be a faajeer. get the hell out you troll kaafir, you can teach nothing as you are a bankrupted hater who's 247 job is disrespectfully bash our faith, you are the odd one who arrogantly disrespects people all time, you need to learn manners and learn the difference between real debate and mouth sh!tting. to hell you goooo. yaa zift.
  7. Siyaasi


    hater, are you still celebrating the SFM's departure? smelly xabash.
  8. nuune;973557 wrote: ^^ Yesterday he was attacking every Muslim country and anything that says Islam or Muslims, now he welcomes Ashabaab as they agree with him this time, he forgot they were Muslims too, ninkan oo kalaad la murmeysaan oo sidii hangararaac u luga badan aanan kala jecleyn iney lug ka go'do iyo in kale illeen hangaraarac lug uma dhutiyo! this weird character could not conceal his Hurray for MSF departure which consequently will mean more somalis bleeding to death, which to him will result in less muslims. a win win situation for a hater. Allah yakhziik.
  9. Alpha Blondy;973411 wrote: uuf uff uffffffffffffffff what is that terrible stench Siyassioooow, inaar? could it be the raw axmaar dish of kidfu that he didn't digest probably because it wasn't cooked? or is it the 'ugali' of the bantu - a staple of sort since the last great bantu migration 5 billion years ago? akhas fooqal uskaag, eesh fooqal eesh caala. bantu fooqal axmaar. LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL:cool: uuuufff, it must be the anjira he ate last night.
  10. I feel sorry for you if you were abused as a child by an arab, but hey wash that armpit fufu, your filling this room with horrible odor, you even said akhas to your self. oh, and why am i wasting my time with a low life xabash.
  11. Hobbesian_Brute;973405 wrote: you can go┌∩┐yourself Arab lover , afkaaga huurada leh ka leexi walaalehena africa. lol, at least arabs don't smell, i can smell your dirty armpits from here, monkey.
  12. Hobbesian_Brute;973402 wrote: Bantus dad xun ma'aha, that can't be said about Arabs and Muslims that's why i criticize them. if they changed their ways today, i would stop criticizing them, nor do i hate any race or physical features. shame on you for coming to the defense of this troglodyte so you can score cheap points against me. xayawaan indha adag baad tahay, your telling us its ok to hate some humans and not right to hate others. saqajaan waaxid. I understand now you are a sangadhuudhi oromie Murtad.