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  1. How right u r! How precise are your views… But the suckers to blame are the common Somali “Qaxooti” who don’t know between quality entertainment and parasitic, selfish, self centered, classless and quality less imposters, who blindly pays $20-$50 per cheap Shaw.
  2. Salaama to u all, it’s good to welcome someone, but over-doing it is not cool. It is about time that we put on a Reality-Shaw and start puncturing wholes in OG_Girl’s Big Ego! Oops, sorry sister!
  3. stpaulchick praying is for the Christians for the Muslims is Amal or Action. We have to do something about it and we will be judged according to our efforts and actions only! Believe it or not.
  4. How far r we from being free at last? Do we have to put down one another, kill one another and be-little one another before we reliase that unity, wholeness and brotherhood and sisterhood is the solution?
  5. Athena let me ask u. Was she raped (daba gur)? Did she realy went to Somalia? And Baadiyo at that? Nonsense, she is somewhere in Europe or Australia safe and sound and talking about Somalia with no respect for those suffering there! Shame on all those imposters. :mad:
  6. Allaah! Are u telling us fiction, a dream or a history lesson? Bec it seems to me that it is not a personal experience but just a fictional account of a Folk-Story. U r smart and entertaining. Thanks.
  8. Informants Hunt Terrorists in Somalia By CHRIS TOMLINSON, AP MOGADISHU, Somalia (Nov. 5) - In lawless Mogadishu, where U.S. officials fear al-Qaida members are plotting their next attack, the word is out: catch a terrorist, collect rewards as high as $5 million. At least four al-Qaida terrorist suspects are in Somalia, Kenyan officials and U.N. experts say, and Americans are trying to capture them in a country without an effective central government for more than a decade, officials and gunmen told The Associated Press. U.S. agents are working through proxies and have recruited a network of informants who keep an eye out for suspected terrorists, according to a Western security official and several prominent Somalis, all speaking on condition of anonymity. So far, those efforts are known to have netted at least one al-Qaida suspect - Suleiman Abdalla Salim Hemed, who's accused of playing a role in the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombings in Africa - but rumors abound of gunmen kidnapping Arabs and turning them over to U.S. agents. A Somali warlord, Mohammed Dheere, coordinated the capture of Hemed at the behest of U.S. officials, gunmen familiar with the Hemed operation told AP, speaking privately for fear of reprisals. Most Somalis believe Dheere was generously rewarded. More on This Story · Somalia Link to Kenya Bomb Kenya's national security minister, Chris Murungaru, claimed credit for Hemed's capture and said he was turned over to U.S. authorities, who have refused to comment. But the gunmen said U.S. agents regularly visit Dheere at his Mogadishu home and an AP reporter saw two of the alleged agents, dressed in regular clothing, moving through Mogadishu using a team of bodyguards belonging to Bashir Rageh, a wealthy businessman closely associated with Dheere. After Hemed's capture, Dheere questioned Hemed's friends for hours, asking about other suspected terrorists. When shown photos from the FBI's Most Wanted Terrorists Web site, Hemed's friends said Dheere used the same photos when he questioned them. They said they didn't recognize any of the men in the photos. One of the most-wanted al-Qaida suspects, Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, is thought to be hiding in Somalia, a senior Kenyan security official told AP on Wednesday. Mohammed, a native of Comoros, has been indicted by a U.S. court in the 1998 al-Qaida bombings of U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania that killed 231 people. The United States is offering $5 million for information leading to his capture. Mohammed also is accused of planning a 2002 attack in Kenya, where a car bomb exploded outside the Paradise Hotel on Nov. 28, killing 12 Kenyans and three Israeli tourists. Minutes before, two missiles fired by terrorists missed an Israeli chartered jet taking off from Mombasa, Kenya. A draft U.N. report obtained by AP on Tuesday detailed - without naming names - how the al-Qaida cell hiding in Somalia planned those Kenya attacks, bought anti-aircraft missiles in Mogadishu and returned to this neighboring Horn of Africa country after staging the strikes. A Kenyan police report indicates the same cell - which reportedly includes two unidentified Somalis and an unidentified Arab - planned to ram a car bomb and fly a small plane into the new U.S. Embassy in Nairobi, Kenya, in June. The senior Kenyan security official said Mohammed and Saleh Ali Saleh Nabhan, a Kenyan suspect in the hotel bombing, fled to Somalia after the plot to attack the new embassy fell apart. Somalia, a semiarid country, offers an attractive location for covert operations, but the country is nothing like Afghanistan, where al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden's Islamic militants were welcomed and worked unhindered, establishing large training camps. Somalia's clan-based society is deeply Islamic, but the vast majority of Somalis follow Sufism, which is vehemently opposed to al-Qaida's militant, politically infused interpretation of Islam. As a result, the warlords who run the country, drawing support and gunmen from their clans, are decidedly secular in their politics. While German reconnaissance planes and German and U.S. warships patrol the coastline, U.S. officials have tried to get a presence on the ground by capitalizing on the warlords' lack of religious zeal and need for cash. After the slaying of 18 U.S. service members by Somali gunmen in 1993, U.S. officials appear to be in no hurry to send troops back into Somalia. All of the American efforts, however, cannot overcome the basic problems created by the lack of a government. Somalia has hundreds of unmonitored airports and seaports where weapons and people can pass easily if enough financial incentive is applied. Extensive monitoring, from bases like the one recently established in Djibouti, can detect hundreds of terrorists training together, but it is impossible to detect groups using small compounds or private homes. And while most Somalis reject Islamic extremism, there are militants in Somalia. Al-Ittihad al-Islami, listed by the United States as a terrorist group linked to al-Qaida, does openly operate as a religious organization, though its members publicly renounce violence. Abdiqasim Hassan Salad, who led a failed transitional government and is attempting to form a new one, said small numbers of terrorists may be in Somalia. "That doesn't mean that Somalia can't become a terrorist playground," he said. "We need the help of the United States of America." 11/05/03 15:29 EST
  9. Wind_talker hold ur horses! I have no beef with u, nor any point to proof. Peace brother.
  10. quat by silent_sistah some women are weird and enjoy, even survive on being treated like shiit. How True, How True Silent_Sistah, its a shame that some men & some women would like to continue as usual ! waaw
  11. I have witnessed that most of Somali men and women ignore that our women are abused, mal-treated or even physically harmed by men. It shoudn't be like that we should speak up and put an end to these kinds of behaviour.
  12. OG_Girl I wouldn't waist time on God forgive me, I would just say let me enter paradise, a good wife and faithful children. What u think of that .
  13. OG_Girl did u loose ur mind? I wasn't talking to Somali women. I was talking to Somali men who put down Somali women. I was telling Somali men don't abuse ur women, don't feel superior to ur women because u r equal and probably she is better than men and has more responsiblities than the useless men of today!
  14. Wind.talker: Halimos in the world wide web are not good, is that what u r saying? How about the men, are they good? That looks like a sexist's idea and today's world we don't treat women differently!
  15. In Israel and Saudi Arabia, wherever women are oppressed men succumb to devious sexual behavior, and I wouldn’t like Somalia to fall in this category! Lets have our women free and able to contribute socially, politically, and humanely. Where as we men will act responsibly and respectfully towards women.