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  1. ^ Chivalry is dead and women killed it. Everybody is on their own.
  2. Originally posted by Malika: ^Are the so called Puntland forces not Somali Forces?? You make them sound as if they are from a neighbouring country or miyaad ujeeda in terms of clan lineage? Puntland has many clans living in it, he's is just referring to the regional troops and not clan.
  3. Originally posted by -MARX-: The Palestinians have suffered and no one is denying that, but their suffering has become a cause of celebration of Muslim nationalist and jihadist the world over, who constantly call for jihad against the infidels and the so-called oppressors! Israel is the only democratic country in the Middle East, it has attempted to negotiate with the Palestinians but they are too busy firing kasam rockets in Israeli territories, how could you work with someone calling for your destruction. I think Israel was right to go ahead with the incursions but it was not proportional. Also, what exactly are these demonstrations going to achieve, I had friends who were arrested yesterday (sunday) in the demonstrations! My advice to them to work through the political process, yeah it might take time but eventually things will change. First it was let's celebrate christmas and now this garbage, this guy takes 'integrating to your host nation' to a whole new level. Israel is a rogue nation that even disregards international laws and treats palestianians in israel as second class citizens. Do some research you brainwashed fool.
  4. Originally posted by LayZie G.: DryPaint, why the sad face? I expected more from you, perhaps you should have shed light on this renewed conflict but as always you leave me no choice but to take matters into my own hands. I call this the hub :- The groups involved in the renewed fighting and its backers call them Hamas or what have you are the real culprits. I understand that Palestinians are dying in numbers compared to yahuuda but these groups are just as responsible for the innocent lives that are being lost as are the yahuuda who are raiding Palestinian homes and carrying out air strikes in the heart of Gaza. Similarly, I can't help wonder why we never hold both parties responsible when it comes to this long standing feud in the middle east? Why are we so quick to judge one group with condemnation and praise the real culprits who live among communities and throw rockets to the yahuuda side from the backyards of civilians? I'm uneasy about this renewed fighting and perhaps there is some truth to the reports that the Hamas group was using the six months ceasefire as way to regroup and reload. If this report has any truth to it then damnation is with those groups called hamas. I ask that we all try to take ourselves from the situation and try to analyze the situation from a different angle. Dissect the situation for what is it and don't let your emotions get the best of you by taking up demonstrations that do not amount to anything. Is it time we hold our Muslim brothers responsible for their suicide bomb style tactics as we hold the yahuuda responsible for the killing of thousands of Palestinians. They have to be held equally responsible, including their financial backers. You cannot be serious? This sounds like israeli talking points.
  5. Originally posted by Geel_jire: some things are hard to live down .. common give the brother a break .... who is not off by a few orders of magnitude now and again. runti, it happens to the best of us. This is the textbook definition of what red sea experienced. infart
  6. Kool lol maya eedo qalbi jileec baan ahay, it's all just jokes. yea i think she meant female dentist.
  7. well, feminists are usually lesbos, so you sure you want a feminst dentist I wonder if they advertise that on newspaper: "Feminist dentist, no men allowed"
  8. Originally posted by Kool_Kat: quote:Originally posted by xRed Sea: Walalayaal Anigu ma ihi redsea intiina wali igu qaldaysa. So you're not the same RedSea who thought: Originally posted by Mujahid: Red Sea: there are little more than 6 billion people on this planet. Give each 1 billion dollar, all of our problem solved. Is this reasonable? This would only cost about 6 billion, a stark contrast to the 700B financial bailout the U.S congress just passed. ?....... That's a releif, pheeeeeeeeeeeeeeew!!! That was a classic post by red sea.
  9. The Afghan chieftain looked older than his 60-odd years, and his bearded face bore the creases of a man burdened with duties as tribal patriarch and husband to four younger women. His visitor, a CIA officer, saw an opportunity, and reached into his bag for a small gift. Four blue pills. Viagra. "Take one of these. You'll love it," the officer said. Compliments of Uncle Sam. The enticement worked. The officer, who described the encounter, returned four days later to an enthusiastic reception. The grinning chief offered up a bonanza of information about Taliban movements and supply routes -- followed by a request for more pills. For U.S. intelligence officials, this is how some crucial battles in Afghanistan are fought and won. While the CIA has a long history of buying information with cash, the growing Taliban insurgency has prompted the use of novel incentives and creative bargaining to gain support in some of the country's roughest neighborhoods, according to officials directly involved in such operations. In their efforts to win over notoriously fickle warlords and chieftains, the officials say, the agency's operatives have used a variety of personal services. These include pocketknives and tools, medicine or surgeries for ailing family members, toys and school equipment, tooth extractions, travel visas, and, occasionally, pharmaceutical enhancements for aging patriarchs with slumping libidos, the officials said. "Whatever it takes to make friends and influence people -- whether it's building a school or handing out Viagra," said one longtime agency operative and veteran of several Afghanistan tours. Like other field officers interviewed for this article, he spoke on the condition of anonymity when describing tactics and operations that are largely classified. Officials say these inducements are necessary in Afghanistan, a country where warlords and tribal leaders expect to be paid for their cooperation, and where, for some, switching sides can be as easy as changing tunics. If the Americans don't offer incentives, there are others who will, including Taliban commanders, drug dealers and even Iranian agents in the region. The usual bribes of choice -- cash and weapons -- aren't always the best options, Afghanistan veterans say. Guns too often fall into the wrong hands, they say, and showy gifts such as money, jewelry and cars tend to draw unwanted attention. "If you give an asset $1,000, he'll go out and buy the shiniest junk he can find, and it will be apparent that he has suddenly come into a lot of money from someone," said Jamie Smith, a veteran of CIA covert operations in Afghanistan and now chief executive of SCG International, a private security and intelligence company. "Even if he doesn't get killed, he becomes ineffective as an informant because everyone knows where he got it." The key, Smith said, is to find a way to meet the informant's personal needs in a way that keeps him firmly on your side but leaves little or no visible trace. "You're trying to bridge a gap between people living in the 18th century and people coming in from the 21st century," Smith said, "so you look for those common things in the form of material aid that motivate people everywhere." le/2008/12/25/AR2008122500931.html?hpid=topnews
  10. Originally posted by AAliyah416: actually people usually say " wiil iyo caano" somalis love sons (they dont like us girls how rude) and caano basically refers to wealth. Since back in the nomadic days milk was valued highly..... but I prefer to say gabadh iyo caano salaam salaams aaliyah aah i see, that makes sense. I don't blame them for prefering boys, because it's boys that carry the family name. so let's stick with the traditional 'wiil iyo caano'.
  11. lol@clearification No, this is definitely the infamous red sea.
  12. Horta, what does 'gabar/wiil iyo caano' mean. Where does that phrase come from? Why caano? Why not juice or something? Congratulations btw, good luck with the financial trap that is marriage.
  13. I think birth defects occur when it's long term and continual marriage of cousins. not just one off cousin marriages.
  14. You forgot to add and a happy hanukkah. lol.
  15. Christmas Message? Nothing but utter nonsense there. And what's with the picture of the racist churchil on your avatar? No self respecting african man would adore the drunkard racist Churchill.
  16. The hypocrisy of somali's is just revolting, now that Abdullahi yusuf is looking like he will resign or be forced out, every southerner(and secessionists) seems to be cheerleading for nur cadde's TFG, the same TFG that they were hurling obscenities at just weeks ago. All of sudden they are talking of peace keepers and even possibly having the ethiopians stay. As I've said before, it seems apparent that 'xabesh invasion' was just an excuse and all along it was clan hatred that has been driving these people. Let's see where it gets you. The only practical solution for somalia right now is a three state solution and everyone goes their own way because clearly no one is interested in a central government, unless their people are in charge.
  17. K'naan has the most annoying voice, but is a talented lyricist no doubt. He should just stick to producing and writing music.
  18. Okay, i understand the outrage against stoning the 14 year old girl. But I don't see anything wrong with them whipping rapists? This is an improvement for them if you ask me.
  19. Ibtisam How would you feel about Riyaale becoming president of somaliweyn, no more 'ictiraaf baa soo dhow'?
  20. I called we yeeyists abandon ship a long time ago, Now let's shift the focus to puntland independence.
  21. Originally posted by nuune: - Jenday Frezer landing in Mogadishu soon to be crowned Queen Of Somalia , the deal was struck in Jomo Kenyatta Airport in Nairobi where Yeey & Cade agreed and were given the flow of cash She'll probably do a better job of leading somalia than half the retards roaming in the south.
  22. Here's the problem with amazing marriage proposals: check this poor looser out, rejected on national tv. lol
  23. There are better Stress relieving activities then chewing khat while listening to music. Khat is just a waste of time.
  24. dumb kids, they should be thrown in jail.
  25. 2 sounds interesting, let's see you what you have to offer.