Khadafi

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  1. As a deep-seated reer-konfur from the southern towns of Xamar-Cadeey and Baraawe and Marka, My whole take on this Somali-land and Somalia issue is to let it be as it is. The North has peace and tranquility while we in the south have suicide inspired bombers, clan war-fare (note somaliland has also this problem). I heard a wise quote from the late educated Cigaal ilaahay u naxariisto during the Arta reconciliation conference in Djibouti. He said "lets the south sort it problems out and we will then talk to them" in Sarbeeb this means we will reconcile with our fellow somalis when they have peace. For God's sake let's be honest to each other, you dont see ugandese Amison forces roaming in the streets of the triangle state of Somaliland. Secondly, Somali-land has its own issues, their are some clans who resist and will not join the snm-project of Somaliland. We should respect that. Clan wars has taught us on good lesson. You can not force other clans. The legitimate Somali federal government should not even attend talks with Somali land. Why should they? It's a tribal entity. They should welcome and support those clans in the north that' believe in somalinimo and pan-somalism. Ngonge said something that I think true, It's all about interest. Let's leave the Hargeysa-Berbera Burco- Somaliland project alone, and when they see that it's in their own interest to join a democratic economical sustainable peaceful Somalia they will change their policies.
  2. Salaam calayk yaa nabii, (salaan ha kugu ahaato nabiyow, sayidkeenow! It's a truly a blessed month, A month of a spiritual joy. The remembrance of how dependence we are truly upon God.is one of the ways to understand understand by the sooonka. The hunger you feel while at the same time being happy to be among those who obey God is a feeling truly understood by those who understand what fasting is about Rejoicing and being humble the great spiritual value has this month. Truly god said in in a verse that the day of Laylatul-Qadr is more spirtual closeness and value then 83 years. It's also a spiritual fast. Imaaam Ghazaali said in one of his xikam " The hunger of the body is second to the spiritual fasting, avoiding arrogance in the heart, avoiding backbiting and training your ego (nafs) to submit to God. Let's also not God says to us: شَهْرُ رَمَضَانَ الَّذِي أُنْزِلَ فِيهِ الْقُرْآَنُ هُدًى لِلنَّاسِ وَبَيِّنَاتٍ مِنَ الْهُدَى وَالْفُرْقَانِ فَمَنْ شَهِدَ مِنْكُمُ الشَّهْرَ فَلْيَصُمْهُ وَمَنْ كَانَ مَرِيضًا أَوْ عَلَى سَفَرٍ فَعِدَّةٌ مِنْ أَيَّامٍ أُخَرَ يُرِيدُ اللَّهُ بِكُمُ الْيُسْرَ وَلَا يُرِيدُ بِكُمُ الْعُسْرَ وَلِتُكْمِلُوا الْعِدَّةَ وَلِتُكَبِّرُوا اللَّهَ عَلَى مَا هَدَاكُمْ وَلَعَلَّكُمْ تَشْكُرُونَ The month of Ramadhan in which was revealed the Qur'an, guidance for mankind, and clear proofs of the guidance, and the Criterion (of right and wrong). And whosoever of you is present, let him fast the month, and whosoever of you is sick or on a journey, (let him fast the same) number of other days. Allah desires ease for you; He does not desire hardship for you; and (He desires) that you should complete the period, and that you should magnify Allah for having guided you, and that peradventure you may be thankful. Khaddafi will take a rest from his rants this month from the forum but happy Ramadan and have joyous fasting.
  3. If Aweys is in government hands why not Abu Mansur, good to hear that the shabaab are finally showing their own demise and collapse as an organisation. Shabaab seen as before is now officially dead. It has gone from a rather religious based grass-root movement (2006-2008) to a cult compromising of a couple of hundreds of die-heard extremists. What the government needs to do now is to continue with its carrot & stick program. Open talks with moderates and hunting down those who resist. Good joob Xassan Sheekh!
  4. Ilaahay ha u naxariisto, what makes me think though is why waving the hands and smiling when attending a funeral ditooore
  5. Miskiin-Macruuf-Aqiyaar;967020 wrote: Waligiis Uunlaaye ma maqlin u maleynaa. In his clanish and twisted version, Uunlaaye maalkiisa wuxuu ka dhaxlay ama ka kasbaday because of Siyaad Barre. Waxaa ka dartaa liiska Cabdi Xoosh, an illiterate galgaadudian nomad who became one of the richest in Somalia because of corruption. I
  6. Maskiin, arrintaas naxdinta badan waan maqlay waana soo xasuusta, kolley markaas awooda dowladda xoogeeda aa yaraanaysay (goboloda oo dhan jabhado s-(yaasha) aa gacanta ku haayay. Regarding the coup in Egypt the nasty thing must be that MB will lose confidence in the ballot box., Why vote when you will be ousted after an victory. Dont forget that Egypt had hard-core takfiri radicals as "jamaaca islaamiya" in the 80-ties that fought a vicious war against regime of Mubarak. When pro-coup demonstrators go home and the honey-moon with army goes away, reality will check in among the Egyptians. Instead of a revolution they now have a military man that even resembles Mubarak. Moderate MB-supporters (52n % of Egyptians supported them) will become more radicalized. A third figure who is happy about this is of course the shiici alliance of Bashar&Hizbollah. With Mursis hard-core sunni support gone they are probably thinking that they can win the war against the sunnis in Syria. Waxyaaloa badan oo waalan ayaa meelahas ka socoto. Ilaahay ha ui gargaaro dadka dhibaateysan. Naxar I have to say that I feel what you are saying. Religious based parties can be problematic, hey how can argue with some one says "God/Allah has given me supreme right to rule you". Those Somalis who romanticse extremists should take a look on al shabaab. It's either "your a with us and your muslim or your a gaal /munafiq and must die". But Naxarow, Their can be moderate rebellious parties that believes in conservative Islamic ideals. Look at Turkeys AKP party. It's a moderate party with islamic roots. It has made turkey rich and powerful. Point is their are also good religous based parties. By the way here's a pic of the general in charge, doesnt he resemble Mubarak ? New Pharao old Pharao Mubarak
  7. White men fleeing USA and trying to find jobs in Africa? Is this a new trend that showes where the world is heading?
  8. qj Naxar Nugaaleed;966927 wrote: I have never said religion is the root of evil, frankly, as long people as people use their believes for themselves, they can be the most hard core of whatever they like. As for as violent, one minute advocating atheism and another sharia. but hey that besides the point. Secularism is neither for or against religion. its a common sense, logical idea that civic interaction should be free personal beliefs, not sure what that has to do with atheism. In all honesty good luck with experimentation in trying with your attempt at finding equilibrium of Marxist/stalinist/sharia and whatever other ism you want throw in that pot. Have to agree with what you said naxar. Islam is a religion peace and a muslim is a person who makes his 5 daily prayers, gives donations to the poor and makes the fasting and if able goes to mekka. But those who try to use religion as a reason gain political power are doomed to fail. let' take for example that an islamic party takes power in a state. What's then the definition of an "islamic state" ? Iran where turban-only men rule in the name of islam? And if anyone speaks against them (corruption among clerics is high in iran ) is branded as a god-less non-muslim? Or is the definition of an islamic state saudi Arabia? a king with billions in his coffins and has this with blessings of the clerics? I cant find other examples but muslims should not be fooled by lying politicans who try to use the noble message of Islam as divine step to power Islam is a divine religion that answers existential questions that anyone asks himself in life.. It's a religion with core values that helps the fabric of society and teaches love and compassion. In Somalia, before the advent of politicized islam (wahabism) Clerics or wadaads were those who chose a spiritual life. They were often affiliated a sunni sufi order and wanderd around the horn. They often came to villages and were poor. The villagers would shelter him and he himself would teach the children basic islamic rituals and creed. In fact the earliest tribal-mixed islamic settlements in Sooomaliya was in Baardheere. Somali nomads abandoned their nomadism and became farmers and joined what we call xerta (sufi lodge). They gradually forgot tribalism and that settlement became one of the most mixed villages in southern Somalia. The leader of settlement was often the Shaykh. The rituals then were often prayers and recitatiin of the quran and siyaaro (visiting muslim holy sites). The wadaad in the past did not engage in politics, it was a taboo for a sheekh to engage in tribal wars or infact utter a word about it. That changed in Somalia. We are now seeing bearded mean beheading other muslims all in the name of Allah, asburd is it not! Ilaahay ha naga qabto dadka dhibaatada wado!
  9. Cambuulo iyo bun;966929 wrote: Elpunto ceelasha is not a refugee camp anymore its a town cambuulo, akhbaarta ma maqlin? the town is deserted now,. when peace retrurned to mogadishu land prices in ceelaha dropped by 90%
  10. kickz;966864 wrote: You have to negotiate with money, most of these people will accept if you persuade them with lacag. or some would kill you, kickz, I recognise your optimism but a xaaran ku.naax would kill you if you reminded him that his nice villa is actually not his property. I dont know if you remember an article I posted a couple of months ago. A young somali whose paternal lineage was non-mogadishu but his maternal ones were, He was killed by his own abti trying to retrieve his fathers property. Hopefully when security gets better things will be better.
  11. haye, and what about GURYAHA XOG LAGU HAYSTO?. Let's face it before the civil war 1991 Somalis from all parts of Somalia owned houses in Mogadishu, and now we have someone talking about renting a house? A priority for the government should be to establish a commission that deals with these things.
  12. If the MB, the winners of an elected democracy then thats a recipe for a violent respoende from them. The egyptians took protesting another level. They protested and 50& of the nation elected mursi. Why put him down? What now? Do they want a mubarak style general to rule them?
  13. This arch murderor need to face the justice IF Somalia has one. If H Daabir walks so will Cali Dheere and Godane. They too can play the clan card specially Cali Dheere. The President needs to enforce his rule and put Daahir aweys under trial. If not I am afraid that Somalias FGS will be another jabho fighting other jabhadoyaal. Let's how things will be.
  14. It's time this blood thirsty murderor faces some justice. Dowladnimo meesha hadey ka jirto xadda aa la ogaana.
  15. Xaaji Xunjuf;964172 wrote: I always find the phrase Somalia Somali ba leh very odd, hada Somaliya yaa lahaan laha ma ugandhees mise oromo? Xaaji, read the lyrics again: iintii kala saar lahoo..intii kala sooc wadoow...intii si xun u fagaroow...aday taladii ku seegtoo.....sidaad moodaysee maahee....war hooy soomaaliya soomaali baa leh....sareedo haday ku waartoo.......haduu silic & dhib gaadho...sabaanteed & xumaanteed soomaliya soomaali baa leh........soomaaliya soomaali baa leh..waa run...w
  16. Happy 26 of June everyone! It's been 53 years since Somalis in the north gained freedom and Independence from the British colonialists. The days the white man could rule Somalis ended. Ilaahay ha u naxariisto dhamaan dadka gobanimada u soo halgamay. Soomaliya soomali baa leh!
  17. Thats a good change, just as marksman said it is confusing. Everyone could be an islamist, from a main-stream muslim "democrat" to a Bin-ladin person.
  18. And for those googling the word "hagbadaha" try AYUUTO lol:D
  19. It's a disease that have been wiped out in the world yet it's still being found within the somalis. The collapse of the government made the heath sector private. Only those with the dollars could afford a decent vaccination. Sadly some are now having polio. Ummadaan ilaahay ha u gargaaro. " frameborder="0" allowfullscreen>
  20. Good to see that some positive developments happening in that region. They were truly happy, look at 4:58 video 2.
  21. Nin aanan yaabin ayaa dhahay waa yaabay The river Jubba indeed as a fever called JUBBA fever, and its rapidly spreading. Whats the antidote? a simple reality check.
  22. Take a look at the guy 2:00. He looks like a man from the film "mad max". A mad man from an apocalyptic time. Mogadishu has its historical original inhabitants and they are known. I wonder if these so called "elders" belong to the clans mentioned by Ibn batuta during his trip to xamar. Xamar waxay ahayd Xamar daye and Soomali wey is kasaayan now that said, its also the capital of Somalia. It belongs everyone but what would our ditoore say. Does Bosaaso belong everybody? Thats the crazy thing about federalism and it's weird application in Somalia.