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  1. FROM WND'S JERUSALEM BUREAU Will this be next Middle East war? Military prepares as major dispute threatens to rock region Posted: April 05, 2011 8:42 pm Eastern By Aaron Klein © 2011 WorldNetDaily JERUSALEM – The new Egyptian government has instructed its military to prepare for any eventuality regarding a crucial water dispute with neighboring Ethiopia, according to Egyptian security sources speaking to WND. The dispute centers around the Nile River, which is used by both Ethiopia and Egypt for water resources. Ethiopia is planning to construct a nearly $5 billion dam, called the Great Millennium Dam, along the Nile River about 25 miles from the Sudan border. The dam will section off a larger portion of the Nile than is used now by Ethiopia. Egypt is adamantly opposed to the dam or any deal that would reduce its share of the Nile and give more access to other countries. A 1929 colonial-era treaty gives Egypt majority rights to the Nile's waters. But six African countries have signed a petition, the Entebbe Agreement, calling for all Nile Basin countries to modify the old pact and re-allocate the shares of water from the Nile River. Egyptian security sources say Cairo is appealing to the U.S. and European Union to oppose the proposed Ethiopian dam. The sources said the Egyptian military believes Israel is encouraging Ethiopia to build the dam as a way to weaken the caretaker Egyptian government following the toppling of Hosni Mubarak’s regime. Mubarak was a stanch U.S. ally. The sources further said the Egyptian military has been told to prepare for any eventuality regarding the situation. While the Egyptian security sources said they hoped the confrontation did not escalate to a military level, one source told WND "the regime may be inching closer to a water war." The dispute marks the latest militant stance by the new Egyptian regime amid fears in the country of the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood. The Brotherhood seeks to create an Islamic caliphate. Both Hamas and al-Qaida are Brotherhood offshoots. On Monday, former International Atomic Energy Agency chief Mohamed ElBaradei, who had previously announced his intentions to run for the presidency of Egypt, said "if Israel attacked Gaza we would declare war against the Zionist regime." The same day, Egypt's foreign minister said Cairo is ready to re-establish diplomatic ties with Tehran after a break of more than 30 years, signaling a clear shift in Iran policy since the fall of Mubarak. "The Egyptian and Iranian people deserve to have mutual relations reflecting their history and civilization," said Foreign Minister Nabil Elaraby after meeting with Iranian official Mugtabi Amani. Days after Mubarak stepped aside, Egypt allowed the passage of two Iranian warships through the strategic Suez Canal for the first time since 1979. Read more: Will this be next Middle East war?
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  6. Sheekadu ma wanaagsana haddii baaqo iyo boqol magac la taxo.... Akash, the Junior Nomad from the Junior State of Awdal, show me what you got, and prove you can do better than xidigo....
  7. Still you are right, but if you remember, after the arrival of the ONLF marines ( thanks to Awdal state) through Zeyla coast political dynamic of the horn has shifted dramatically. Dr.Gabose and co started to report to uneducated but powerful Iley. Burco to Daroor he is the bigger man. Somali patriotic songs cannot played in those cities . His ears are there. They report to him and send him gifts, some times handing woman and students to him. Berbera to Daroor and Gaashamo there is no sign of resistance towards Ethiopia, and it's powerful puppet Iley. So in your views, what would be the reason to not fight the wrong doers and oppressors ... and why not today?
  8. April 4, 2011: The fighting in Mogadishu died down in the last week, as the AU (African Union peacekeeper) and TNG (Transitional National Government) forces prepare for another push against al Shabaab. There are still skirmishes in and around Mogadishu, where opposing forces are often within sight of each other all the time. Frequently, that's all it takes for someone to start shooting. The only casualties are usually civilians caught in the crossfire. Outside Mogadishu, roadside bombs are showing up more often. The foreign Islamic terrorists brought knowledge of how to build and use roadside bombs. Most of the victims of these bombs tend to be civilians, which is common wherever these weapons are used. In Mogadishu, "control" is defined as being able to maintain checkpoints and patrols for neighborhoods. Al Shabaab has been more aggressive at this, putting more of its fighters at risk more often, and taking more casualties. The big battles in the last few weeks have been about capturing the compounds or large buildings al Shabaab uses as bases. This is where headquarters, weapons and ammo storage, living quarters and some medical and vehicle maintenance facilities are. Shutting down these bases means fewer al Shabaab checkpoints and patrols, and morale suffers as well, as does recruiting. On the Kenyan border, over a week of heavy fighting in the town of Dobley ended as al Shabaab lost control of the town, as well as another one (Liboi). The fighting was intense, with over 500 casualties (for both sides) over the weekend. There were nearly 200 dead. But now TNG forces controls a key border crossing. The success of the recent fighting has encouraged Uganda and Burundi to send another 4,000 troops. This would give the TNG/AU about 20,000 troops. But some 60 percent of the men, and over 80 percent of the combat capability, comes from the AU troops, and these guys cannot, according to their current peacekeeping orders, leave Mogadishu. Outside the city, it's all on the Western trained TNG troops. This is why the battle for Dobley is such a big deal. But this TNG combat capability can disappear quickly because of the corruption among TNG officials. Stealing money meant to pay the troops, or buy food and other supplies often causes the TNG battalions to fall apart, or go rogue (become bandits or work for some warlord who can pay and feed you on time. Kenya and local clan leaders along the border are trying to create security and stability by declaring the establishment of an autonomous region along the border, called Azania. This is modeled on Somaliland and Puntland in the north, where they have had peace, prosperity and pirates since the 1990s. Kenya is supporting Azania, if only to make it more difficult for Somali refugees, bandits and raiders from getting into Kenya. Al Shabaab has problems as well, but different ones. The Islamic radical groups have internal disputes that are unresolved, as well as increasing popular resistance within areas they control, or claim to control. While more fanatic than their opponents, al Shabaab, Hizbul Islam and several smaller radical groups tend to be less disciplined and unpredictable. There is still lots of disagreements within and between these groups. The non-Somali Islamic radicals are often a source of friction. The foreigners are simultaneously contemptuous and afraid of their Somali associates. The Somalis resent the superior attitude of the foreign radicals, who often have more experience, are better educated and wish they were somewhere else. As terrorist sanctuaries go, Somalia sucks. The country is poor, with little infrastructure (roads, power plants, sanitation systems, airports) and lots of corruption. Getting anything done often requires some kind of hassle (a bribe, a death threat or a gunfight.) But Somalia has one big advantage; no Western troops, and especially no Americans. While there is a (largely French-American) counter-terror force up north in Djibouti, they don't come south much, and when they do, they stay out of sight. The Djibouti based force is there mainly to keep an eye on the local chaos, especially the pirates and any local Islamic terror groups who are thinking internationally. The UN has taken the lead inside Somalia, concentrating on preventing mass starvation and deaths from preventable disease. It has not been easy. To move and distribute food and medical aid requires bribes, and even then, a lot of the stuff is stolen. Al Shabaab has tried to bar some kinds of aid, like food (because it means lower prices for locally grown stuff, or because not enough can be stolen). If drought victims die of starvation because of this, it is God's Will and not to be challenged. Some forms of medical aid (like vaccinations) are seen as part of a Western plot to poison Somali babies or sterilize Somali women. So there is more illness and death because available medicines are banned by hysteria, paranoia and superstition. The TNG has refused a UN call for a meeting this month between representatives of the TNG, Puntland and Somaliland. The TNG has also appointed itself to another year in their jobs, rather than allowing the clans or areas they represent an opportunity to select new members of the TNG parliament. This is mostly about holding on to a UN supplied paycheck, and opportunities to steal foreign aid, or make money using what little power their TNG jobs provide. This corruption is endemic in Somalia. While the Islamic radicals pledge to eliminate corruption, they are not very clean themselves. The Islamic radicals steal as well, but tend to call it a contribution to the cause (of establishing an Islamic dictatorship to rule the region.) Crippling corruption is common throughout the region, but it is worst in the areas where the TNG and al Shabaab operate. The UN is also having problems with Kenya, which wants to shut down new Somali refugee camps along the Somali border, and force the Somalis to go back to Somalia. The Kenyans want to do this to cut down on violence inside Kenya. That's because the refugee camps are used by al Shabaab fighters as a place to park their families (where the UN will provide food, medical care and security) or simply as a rest area in between bouts of fighting in Somalia. The UN can usually (but not always) ban armed men in the camps, but the weapons are simply hidden outside the camp, and sometimes used to commit crimes against local Kenyans. For the UN, the humanitarian mission is most important, the Kenyans have other priorities. Kenyans who are ethnic Somalis are complaining that the government is not doing enough to stop al Shabaab recruiters from enticing teenagers to leave school and go join the "holy war" in Somalia. The recruits are paid $480 when they depart (often by boat, as al Shabaab controls most of the coast between Mogadishu and the Kenyan border) and another $480 when they arrive. That's the signing bonus, after that, you get paid what you can steal from "enemies of Islam" or extract as "voluntary contributions" from local civilians. Somali religious leaders in Kenya claim that at least ten of these kids were killed in the Mogadishu fighting over the last few weeks. Since one of the first things a new holy warrior will buy with the signing bonus is a cell phone, they tend to keep in touch with family (and just ignore parental demands that they get back across the border). So word often gets back when one of the kids dies in the fighting. That will slow down, but not stop, recruiting efforts. The kids who survive up north, often return home to recruit their friends. The recruiters get paid for each new recruit they bring north. Parents and clergy in Kenya want these recruiters locked up, but the government does not want to risk sparking a riot by arresting these recruiters (who have friends among the young). Being a holy warrior is a popular thing to do, given the high unemployment among Somalis in Kenya. But even areas with better economic opportunities (like Europe and North America), the Islamic radical recruiters succeed. The UN is providing money to build and run a 460 bed prison in Somaliland. The facility will be used to house men from Somaliland who are convicted of piracy somewhere else. Somali pirates currently hold about 700 sailors and 45 ships. March 30, 2011: Al Shabaab was repulsed when a group of them launched a night attack on a rural Kenyan police station (to steal weapons and whatever else could be carried away.) Read more : http://www.strategypage.com/qnd/somalia/articles/20110404.aspx
  9. NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) -- Somali politicians have announced the creation of a new state in the battle-scarred nation, a move condemned by Somalia's fragile government, which said it could further fracture the already chaotic Horn of Africa country. The creation of Azania was celebrated Sunday in a colorful ceremony in Kenya's capital. Its creation brings the total number of new states to more than 10. Kenya supports the new administration as it creates a buffer zone near its border with Somalia. Azania President Mohamed Abdi Gandhi said his first duty is to retake his territory from al-Qaida-linked militant group al-Shabab. "Our aim of establishing this administration is to first liberate these regions," he said. "We are not breaking away from Somalia." Much of Somalia's southern and central regions, including large swaths of the capital of Mogadishu, are controlled by al-Shabab. But Somali Information Minister Abdulkareem Jama said the new states are a bad idea. "Taking that path is a disaster," he said. "The idea that every region and every group of people has to form their own government without the consultation of the national government will only create more differences among communities and encourage Somalis not to come together." Somalia's interim charter allows for new states. The idea is appealing to many, who still bear hatred toward the country's last centralized government, which failed to accommodate many residents outside the capital. Somalia has been mired in chaos since the fall of that government in 1991. In 1991, inhabitants of northern Somalia formed their own administration called Somaliland. The region is independent from Mogadishu but does not have international recognition. In 1998, residents of the northeast followed suit by creating the semiautonomous region of Puntland. "The whole process is being driven by local people who just said 'let's try at different options that are responsive to our local needs,'" said Rashid Abdi, a Somali expert at the International Crisis Group. Many say the rush to form these states may create conflicts among communities because of the lack of demarcated borders. The national government can do little, as it can barely control a few blocks of the capital, where it is busy battling Islamist militants. "The biggest danger of this trend is that in a few contested areas the declaration of regional administrations could trigger armed clashes between clans or other social groups," said Ken Menkhaus, a Somali expert at North Carolina's Davidson College. By law, the government is required to promote and develop state governments to ensure that the process of federalism takes place within two and a half years. "The government has failed those people who are establishing new administrations," said Asha Gele, Puntland's minister for women and family affairs, and one of the founders of the administration. "If the government gave them directions they would not have acted by themselves. What is missing is the government's role." (Mainichi Japan) April 4, 2011 http://mdn.mainichi.jp/mdnnews/international/news/20110404p2g00m0in053000c.html
  10. (AP) NAIROBI— Somali politicians are creating a new state in the battle-scarred nation, bringing the number of regional administrations to at least 10. The creation of Azania was celebrated Sunday in a colorful ceremony in Kenya's capital. But the country's fragile government is condemning the move, saying it fractures the already chaotic nation. Kenya supports the new administration as it creates a buffer zone near its border with Somalia. Azania President Mohamed Abdi Gandhi says his first duty is to retake his territory from an al-Qaida-linked militant group al-Shabab. Somalia has been mired in violence since 1991. http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2011/04/03/ap/africa/main20050178.shtml
  11. A former Somali Defence minister has been sworn in as the president of the newly created semi-autonomous region of Jubaland. Prof Mohamed Abdi Gandhi was sworn in at a meeting of Somalis in Nairobi. The longtime anthropology professor in France will be in charge of the area near the border between Kenya and Somalia. The region includes the three sub-regions of Lower Juba, Middle Juba and Gedo and is estimated to have a population of 1.3 million. The appointment followed a week-long conference that brought together representatives of the civil society, Somali youth, elders and members of the Transitional Federal Government. Prof Gandhi had been spearheading the breakaway. But an official in charge of organising the conference said participants decided to elect Prof Gandhi because “he is the face of Jubaland in the eyes of the international community”. The official, who requested anonymity because he is not the official spokesman, said: “Panellists viewed Prof Mohamed Gandhi as a punctual and flexible person. They thought it wise to have him lead them.” Prior to the swearing in, Prof Gandhi had indicated he would love “to liberate Jubaland from extremists”. The idea to create an autonomous region near the Kenyan border is hinged on the reason that it will prevent the movement of al Shabaab extremists within the region. As the conference ended on Sunday, it was not clear whether the Kenyan Government supported the election but recent WikiLeaks revelations showed that the country supported the creation of an autonomous region near its border with Somalia to prevent the flow of illegal arms. The meeting had been opposed by both Ethiopia and Djibouti, who argue that creating autonomies in the war-torn country could inspire further insurgency by other regions or degrade the gains made by the TFG. The official said the election of the president was only the initial stage of making Jubaland autonomous. The region will have to create a parliament and the president will appoint the cabinet. http://www.nation.co.ke/News/Somalis+swear+in+the+president+of+Jubaland+/-/1056/1138186/-/m66vqdz/-/
  12. Xaaji Xunjuf;708926 wrote: Zanawi anaga amar nama Siiyo saaxib Waa runtaa, goorahan Iley ayaa amar idin siiya. Degmo yar oo Daroor la dhahana wuu idiin sameeyey. Ciid Farah iyo Abdinajiib Huessein wuu dhaamaa sow ma ahan....
  13. Former Somali Defense Minister Named President of Jubaland. April 04, 2011, 7:27 AM EDT By Sarah McGregor and Hamsa Omar (Updates with details of Jubaland Initiative in third paragraph.) April 4 (Bloomberg) -- Former Somali Defense Minister Mohamed Abdi Mohamed said he has been named president of Jubaland, a proposed semi-autonomous region in the southwest of the country currently controlled by an al-Qaeda-linked militia. “I have been elected as the president for Jubaland,” Mohamed said by phone today from Nairobi, the capital of neighboring Kenya. Mohamed said he couldn’t immediately comment further as he was in transit. The so-called Jubaland Initiative seeks to partition the regions of Gedo, Lower Juba and Middle Juba and their 1.3 million people from Somalia. The process, first proposed by Kenya, aims to create a neutral area along the two nations’ border to stop the effects of conflict in Somalia from spreading to Kenya, said Barako Elema, a researcher at the Institute for Security Studies, a Cape Town-based research group. “The plan is to create a buffer zone to stop the current refugee crisis, piracy money and arms flow into Kenya; to contain it in Somalia,” Elema said in a phone interview from Nairobi. Kenyan security forces were involved in at least two clashes with members of Somalia’s al-Shabaab militia last month, the Standard newspaper reported on March 31. In one incident, a police station at Liboi, about 500 kilometers (342 miles) northeast of Nairobi, was attacked by militants using a rocket- propelled grenade. In the second, 12 al-Shabaab militants were killed in a cross-border raid, it said. Insurgency Al-Shabaab, which the U.S. accuses of having links to al- Qaeda, has taken control of most of southern and central Somalia after it began an insurgency against the nation’s Western-backed government in 2007. The country hasn’t had a functioning central government since the ouster of Mohamed Said Barre, the former dictator, in 1991. Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki said last week the Somali conflict is increasing the threat of regional instability and appealed for aid from the international community to head off a humanitarian catastrophe. The East African nation hosts more than 500,000 Somali refugees, he said. Mohamed was chosen as Jubaland’s leader at a meeting held last week in Nairobi involving members of the six-nation Inter- Governmental Authority on Development, Somali lawmakers, African Union officials and Western diplomats, Elema said. Jubaland will model Somaliland and Puntland; the two breakaway regions in northern Somalia that declared autonomy after the fall of Barre. Ethiopian Resistance The Jubaland Initiative has been resisted by the Ethiopian authorities, Elema said. They are concerned that the move may stoke secessionist sentiments among rebels in Ethiopia’s southeastern ****** region who are clansmen of residents of Jubaland, he said. “Ethiopia has opposed the resolution to establish a semi- autonomous state,” he said. “The ****** are already fighting for secession from Ethiopia so that is a very precarious situation.” The proposal to form Jubaland would first require resuming control of the territory from al-Shabaab, Elema said. Somalia’s interim government troops are supported by an African Union peacekeeping mission, known as Amisom, which is made up of soldiers mainly from Uganda and Ethiopia. Under the 2008-09 Djibouti Peace Process, which established Somalia’s government, neighboring countries including Kenya and Ethiopia cannot contribute troops to the mission, even though the two nations help train Somali government forces, Elema said. “Kenya can’t directly intervene with its military,” he said. The proposal to form Jubaland “is to protect its own territory.” --Editors: Paul Richardson, Alastair Reed. To contact the reporter on this story: http://www.businessweek.com/news/2011-04-04/former-somali-defense-minister-named-president-of-jubaland.html
  14. Xaajiyad, Gaari abu ukun ah mise dhayne muqawad ah? ,,
  15. Ra�iisulwasaaraha xukuumada KMG ah ee Soomaaliya Mudane Maxamed Cabdullaahi Maxamed Formaajo ayaa sheegay in ay dowladda marnaba ogolaan doonin shir dib u heshiiseeneed oo dibadda lagu qabanayo. Ra�iisulwasaaraha oo wareysi gaar ah siiyay idaacadda Qaranka ayaa sheegay in uu dalka Soomaaliya xor yahay go�aanadiisana ay leedahay dowladda Soomaaliya � dowladda Soomaaliya waa wadan xor ah mana ogolaaneyso meel walba oo looga yeero� ayuu yiri ra�iisulwasaare formaajo. Dhanka kale ra�iisulwasaaraha ayaa shacabka Soomaaliyeed ka codasaday in ay garab istaagaan dowladooda si looga maarmo lacagaha ay beesha caalamaka siiso Soomaaliya, waxa uuna intaa raaciyay in hadii lagu tiirsanaado dhaqaalaha ay beesha caalamka bixiso, maamulka dalkana Soomaalida lala yeelan doono. Rad�iisulwasaaraha oo sharaxaya arrinka dhaqaalaha ayaa intaasi ku daray in dhaqaalaha ay dowladaha horumaray bixiyaan ay soo uruuriyaan shacabkooda, sidaa darted uu shacabka Soomaaliyeed awood u leeyahay in uu dhaqaale ahaan garab istaago dowladiisa, maadaama ay dowladdu dhaqaala la�aan shaqeyn Karin. Sidoo kale mudanae Formaajo waxa uu sheegay in maamulgoboleedyada Somaliland, Puntland iyo galmudug ay gebi ahaanba ka mid yihiin dowladda KMG ah, ayna wax ka diyaariyeen dastuurka ay dowladda Soomaaliya iminka ku dhaqanto, sidoo kalana ay xubno ku leeyihiin dhamaan qeybaha dowladda. http://dhanaan.com/newsdetails.php?subaction=showfull&id=1301840944&archive=&start_from=&ucat=1&
  16. Wararka ka soo baxaya shirka ka socda Limuru, Kenya ayaa sheegaya inuu soo gabagaboobay shirkii todobaadka ka socday ee lagu yagleelayay dawlad goboleedka la magacbaxday Azania. Wararka ayaa intaasi ku daraya in madaxwaynaha dawlad goboleedkan, Prof. Maxamed Cabdi Gaani qadar yar ka hor loo dhaariyay xilkii madaxwanenimada ee maamul goboleedka Azania. Wali ma jirto warbixin buuxda oo ka soo baxday shirka, wixii ka soo kordhase kala soco wararka danbe. KismaayoNews.com
  17. Dhulka Ogadeenya waxaa ku hardamaya gumaysiga damaca waalan ku caanbaxay ee Abasiiniya & shacabka Soomaalidda O'gadeenya ee lihiinta & geesinimada uu Illhaay ku manaystay, halgankaas oo sida lala wada socdo marxalado kala duwan soo maray waxaa majaraha u haysa Jabhadda Waddaniga Xoreynta O'gadeenya (JWXO) oo inta la xusuusanyahay Jabahdiihii Ogadeenya u soo halgamay ugu taariikh halgameed dheer. JWXO oo Illahay ku tiirsan isla markaasna kaashanaysa taageerada hagar la'aanta ah ee shacabkeeda geesinimada & adkaysiga badan uu Eebbe u hibeeyayi u la barbar taaganyahay waxay halganka hubaysan ku bilawday marxalad qalafsan oo dani kugu qabatay ahayd waxayna mudo ku soo halgamaysay duruufo uusan caqliga Bani Aamaku qaadan karin kuwaas oo aan wali laga wada gudbin balse kuwoodii ugu darra si layaab leh lagu soo jiidhay, gumaysiga Tigreega oo xiligii ay JWXO halganka hubaysan bilowday iyaga laftoodu nidaamka dawladnimada loxos ku ahaa waxay mudo isugu sheekayn jireen afarta wiil waan soo qabqabanaynaa hamigaasi si dhab ah ayuu u beenoobay isla markaasna wuxuu ku dambeeyay lamood noqonse wayday. Halgankii 4 wiil ee waranlaha ah ku bilawday & Dawladii Geeska Afrika ugu xooga badnayd way kala adkaan waayeen waxayna Itoobiya loodin weyday halganka xaqa ku socda oo Illahay mooye aan aadame inuu is hor taago maanta looga cabsi qabin, mudo waxaa dhulka O'gadeenya ku cartamayay laba Jabhadood oo kalama adkaan ah ilaa ay ciidankii gumaysigu bilaabaan in ay kala goostaan kadib markii ay u babac dhigi waayeen Ciidanka Jabhadda Waddaniga Xoreynta O'gadeenya ee geesiyaasha ah waxaana sanadihii u dambeeayay ciidanka gumaysiga ku dhacay sas joogto ah waxaana ku adkaatay xeryaha ay O'gadeenya ka daganyihiin in ay ka soo baxaan. Wada akhri..
  18. Kacdoonka shacabka wax isku duwa oo habeeya, oo gadh wada ayey u baahantahay... Waxba kuma aha in geeska Afrika suu u dhan yahay hal mar kaco...
  19. Shirkii Dawlad goboleedka Azaaniya oo bari la xidhayo iyo Madaxwaynaha Dawlad Goboleedka Azaaniya oo la dhaarinyo. Magaalada Limuru Ee duleedka Caasimada Nayroobi oo maalmahan uu ka socoday shirkii Maamul u sameynta Sedaxda gobol Jubada Hoose Jubada dhexe iyo Gedo ayaa maalinta barito ah lagu dhaarindoonaa Maxdawaynaha Dawlad Goboleedka Azaaniya Shirkana lagu soo xidhidoonaa. Waxaana caawa laga dareemayaa diyaar garow aad u heer sareeya oo ay ku jiraan ergooyinka ku sugan Hotelada Magaalad Limuru, waxay aad u sugayaan maalinta barito ah oo ay halkaas ka dhici doonto dhaarta madaxwaynaha Dawalad goboleedka Azaaniya. Waxaa lagu balamay Subaxnimada barito xilliga Afrikada Bari si loo dhaariyo Profer Maxamed Cabdi Gaandi xafladda dhaarta Waxaa lagu qaban doonaa Goobta ay doorashada madaxwaynahu ka dhacaday maalmo ka hor ee magaalada Limuru duleedka Nayroobi . Waxaana goobta xafladda dhaarta ka soo qayeb gali doona xubno ka socda Midowga Yurub, Midowga Afrika, ,UNta , ,mas’uuliyiin ka tirsan DKMG ee Soomaaliya Iyo Marti sharaf kale oo lagu casuumay Xaflada dhaarta. Sidoo kale Ka soo qayebgali doona wariyayaal caalami ah oo ka socda wakaaladaha wararka, iyo saxaafada gudaha, fanaaniinta soomaaliyeed, iyo marti sharaf kale Codka Jubbaland www.jubbalanddf.net Nagala soo xiriir info@jubbalanddf.net
  20. Kuala Lumpur (2nd April 2011): Qeybaha kala duwan ee ay ka kooban tahay qurbajoogta Jubbooyinka ee degan dalka Malaysia ayaa si buuxda u taageeray maamul goboleedka Azania oo lagu dhawaaqay 31st Maarso 2011, iyaga isla markaasna si wada jir ah ugu qanacsan in dhisidda maamulkani uu yahay talaabadii ugu horeysay ee xasiloonida ku soo celin lahayd deegaanadaas. Tan iyo markii ay bur-burtay dowladii dhexe ee Soomaaliya 1991, waxaa jiray dad hubaysan oo ka kala yimid gobolo kale oo ka tirsan Soomaaliya oo si xoog ugu soo duulay deegaamada Azania, dhibaatooyin badan oo aan la soo koobi karina u geystay shacabka Soomaaliyeed ee deegaamadaas dega oo iyagu aan dhaqan u lahayn colaadaha iyo dhul-balaarsiga. Sidaas darted, dhismaha maamul goboleeda Azania waa talaabada ugu haboon ee lagaga hortagi karo dadka raba in ay goboladan qori afkiis ku haystaan. Sidoo kale, dhisida maamul goboleedkani waxa uu qeyb ka yahay sidii nidaamka dowladnimo iyo kala danbeyta loogu soo dabaali lahaa guud ahaa Soomaaliya. Hanbalyo Ku Socota Madaxweyne Prof. Gaandi: Qurbajoogta Jubbooyinka ee degan Malaysia waxay hambalyo iyo bogaadin u dirayaan madaxweyne Prof. Maxamed Cabdi Gaandi, iyaga oo ugu hambalyeynaya dadaalkii dheeraa ee uu u soo galay sidii uu dhidibada ugu taagi lahaa maamul goboleedka Azania. Prof. Gaandi waa aqoonyahan u qalma inuu hogaamiyo maamul goboleedka Azania, taasna waxaa marag cad u ah khibrada aqooneed iyo siyaasadeed ee uu leeyahay, waxaana dheehan kara qofkii dhagaystay waraysigii halka saac socday ee uu siiyey laanta af-Soomaaliga ee idaacada BBC maalintii Jimcaha ee taariikhdu ahayd (1st April 2011) Prof. Gaandi isaga oo macallin jaamacadeed ka ah Europe, kuna nool nolol raaxo leh ayuu ka doortay sidii uu diintiisa, dalkiisa iyo dadkiisa wax ugu qaban lahaao, sidaas darteed waxa uu shacabka Soomaaliyeed gaar ahaan inta wanaaga rabta uu ka mudan yahay ammaan iyo bogaadin. Talooyin Ku socda Prof. Gaandi: Soo celinta nabad galyada deegaankaas iyo nabadeynta beelaha walaalaha ah. Dhisida sida ugu dhaqsaha badan dhammaan laamaha kala duwan ee dowlada. Dhisida golaha culima�uddiinka oo uu yeesho maamulka goboleedka Azania. Hirgelinta shareecada Islaamka ee sharafta leh, si looga hortago dadka ujeedooyinka kale leh ee ku qadhaabta magaca diinta. Dib u dejinta dadkii ka barakacay deeganadaas Azania. Ururinka iyo hawlgalinta aqoonyahanada ka soo jeeda deegaanada Azania. Ka dib marka uu Prof Gaandi dhidibada u taago maamul goboleedka Azania, waxaa haboon in uu kursiga baneeyo, fursadna siiyo siyaasiinta kale ee deegaanka. Intaas ka dib waa in Prof. Gaandi u gudbaa heer qaran, isuna sharaxaa xilka madaxweynaha Soomaaliya maadaama uu yahay shakhsi aan dalkiisa denbi ka gelin, isla markaasna leh aqoon, khibrad iyo siyaasad uu Soomaaliya ku hogaamin karo. Mahadcelin: Qurbajoogta Jubbooyinka ee degan Malaysia waxay mahadcelin buuxda u dirayaan dowlada Kenya oo marti galisay sidii dhidibada loogu taagi lahaa maamul goboleedka Azania. Waxaa mahadcelin gaar ah loo dirayaa siyaasiyiinta reer Kenya ee taageerada balaadhan siiyey sidii loo dhisi lahaa maamul goboleedka Azania sida wasiirka gaashaandhiga ee dalka Kenya mudane Yuusuf Xaaji iyo madax labaad ee baarlamanka Kenya mudane Faarax Macallin. Dr.Maxamed Cabaas Guddoomiyihii Jaaliyadda Soomaalida Malaysia (2008 � 2010) Kismaayo91@hotmail.com