Khadafi

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  1. Inna lillahi waa inna ilayahi raajacun. Alle u naxariisto injineerka.
  2. You didnt adress the issue of lamenting and boasting in regards for british colonialism.. Instead you chose to miscredit thousands of somalis who simply died in northern somalia for fighting british colonialism. A picture says more then a thousands words.
  3. Allah u naxariisto, I enjoyed her shows. Ilaahayna ha soo qabto gacan ku dhiglayaasha baneeystay dhiiga muslimka.
  4. Inprisoning journalists that call for accountability... What is wrong with Africa!
  5. I actually agree with Cabdi Shakuur, To cut off diplomatic relations sounds like it was done in a "fudfudeed way". The government actually fell for the trap that the seccionists laid out. Since the south are slowly re-awakening the seccionists have used drama tactics to intice the youth of SL that it is in a deadly "fight" with the south. Remember the drama tactics that Muuse biixi made a year ago when he went infront of the cameras and said "war xamar ayaa na soo weerartay". It seems that the old men of SNM actually have some kind of fetisch and nostalgia for the horros of the civil war. The federal government of Somalia should have simply not even botherd to reply to a bana republic called "Gunea". By cutting the relations to that reublic they have given life what feeds the seccionists, mainly "XAMAR AYAA NA HAYSATA". The sad thing about this is the thousands of somali youth in hargeisa who are fed this drama tactics as a form of deflection so that they do not ask accountability from their leaders.
  6. Let's hope our boy Jawar and his like launches a media campaign on the axmaarta. His kind of oromo, and not Abey Ahmed are the ones who whill finally put Meneliks project in the dustbin of history.
  7. As if sitting one of those dark rooms of Nayroobi is somethin to be pride off. We Somalis have simply faliled to understand what political opposition consists of. Have your ideas and try to sway the people to it. Meaning being an oppositional political does not mean taking litres of gas and trying to burn down everuthing. Waxaaba iga daran,. The one who sold of Somalias coastline to Kenya in the doomed MoU agreement is now happily smiling infront of the cameras. Yaab!
  8. No doubt that foregin pressure of transparency has brought this. Somalia is number uno leading in corruption. But is the "gaalka"a Somali citizen? If not, would a non british-citizen be appointed to the governor of the central bank of Britin?. Gooni, your anology of comparing Ilhaan Omars victory is flawed sxb. Ilhaan Omar is an american citizen unlike person above. No one doubted that Somalia needs help with its recovery. We are slowly recovering but does it have to be like this? A british person to be appointed to a highly sensitive post? Yaab. Waxaad mooda in fudeedka ka batay dadka awaamirtaan soo rogay!
  9. Dalmar. Somalia is making slow steps normalisation and their is no going back to the days of warlordism and anarchy. By the way, you should now that their is no winner in a brutal civil war. In conclusion, no one actually won by having a brutal somali civil war that dispersed and maimed Somalis.
  10. Why arrest the guy? If Shaykh Sharif could defect and become a leader why not Roobow?
  11. Abdi Guled Saturday December 15, 2018 NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Somalia saw a third day of protests on Saturday over the arrest of the former No. 2 leader of the al-Shabab extremist group, who has been a leading candidate for a regional presidency. Officials said at least eight people have been killed so far as angry supporters take to the streets and clash with police. The African Union peacekeeping mission in Somalia in a statement released overnight called for "utmost restraint" after the gunfire-fueled uproar around Muhktar Robow's arrest on Thursday in Baidoa, and it denied playing any role. His arrest is seen as a high-profile test of Somalia's treatment of defectors from the al-Qaida-linked al-Shabab, Africa's most active extremist group. Somalia's government welcomed the defection last year by al-Shabab's former spokesman but not his popular candidacy to lead Southwest state, which took some officials by surprise. Ads By Google Robow was seized by Ethiopian troops accompanied by Somali police, witnesses told The Associated Press. He was flown to the capital, Mogadishu, a Somali intelligence official said. All spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to reporters or for safety concerns. Some Somali lawmakers had accused the AU mission of being involved. Ethiopia's military, which contributes troops to the AU mission, has not commented. Robow's arrest could re-ignite old tensions between Somalia and neighboring Ethiopia despite recent diplomatic breakthroughs in the Horn of Africa sparked by Ethiopia's reformist new prime minister. Somalia's security ministry confirmed Robow's arrest, citing the federal government's earlier ban on his candidacy, which said he had not completed the defection process. The ministry also alleged that Robow had failed to renounce extremist ideology, and ac Tweet Emailcused him of mobilizing armed forces to threaten the security of Baidoa. Somali officials have announced that the election for the Southwest presidency will go ahead on Wednesday, even after Robow was arrested. His local supporters in Baidoa have loudly protested. A new joint statement by the United States, more than a dozen countries, the AU mission and the United Nations expresses concern, deploring the violence, urging dialogue and urging all parties to "to respect the integrity of the electoral process." Citing reports that a lawmaker and a child were among those killed in the protests, Amnesty International urged Ethiopian and Somali security forces not to use lethal force, saying that "no one should have to die for simply expressing their views." Robow's controversial campaign has further exposed the rift between Somalia's federal government based in Mogadishu and regional governments, who in recent months have effectively severed cooperation with the capital over multiple grievances. Follow Africa news at https://twitter.com/AP_Africa
  12. The man died, AUN, let it go Saalax. . Like it or not, Egal was a profilic politician that was ready to engage in talks with other Somalis, sadly time was against him. He died before the south became stabilised. In 1991 he succsesfully pacified armed clan militias that operated in Somaliland. For all what he is, Somaliland could have become clan-infested reer hebel against reer hebel. You be the judge, Egal or the current leader that allways talks about the 1980-wars as something nostalgic.
  13. Monday December 10, 2018 Conflict and natural disasters from 2017 – 2018 caused massive displacement to cities – says new report from the Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC). “Somali families are fleeing to Mogadishu seeking shelter, protection and aid. With nowhere else to go, they crowd into camps that are unhealthy and unsafe. This influx has made Mogadishu the most densely populated city in Africa, with more people arriving every day,” said Evelyn Aero, Regional Adviser for Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC). 2.6 million people are displaced within Somalia. Drought, competition for resources and poor living conditions has fuelled fighting in rural areas, and pushed people towards Mogadishu, says a new report from NRC’s Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre. This has made Mogadishu the second most densely populated city in the world (after Dhaka) and the most densely populated city in Africa. Ads By Google With resources overstretched, Somalia’s cities are unable to cope with the demands of their fast-growing populations, and the added arrivals of people fleeing crises in rural areas. Mogadishu has been their main destination by far. It is home to about 600,000 displaced people, most of whom live in informal camps. Between 2017 and mid-2018, 32 per cent of new displacements recorded in the country were to, or within, the capital Mogadishu. Displaced Somalis in Mogadishu lack enough food, shelter, clean water and sanitation. This leaves them vulnerable to diseases and malnutrition. About 1.2 million children are projected to be malnourished in Somalia. “Conflict and natural disasters force families to flee to cities. Many that flee fighting escape in a hurry, with just the clothes on their backs. They arrive in Mogadishu without shelter, food or any means to support their families. More aid is needed to ensure that these people have a safe place to stay, with enough basic humanitarian aid to survive,” said Aero. The UN humanitarian aid appeal for Somalia for 2019 is set at US $1.5 billion. The international donor community is urged to scale up funding to respond to the crisis.