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8 hours ago, maakhiri1 said:

So having good.time and drinking coffee, problem?

How is great alliance with KSA  and SL?😁

Like the following image of never-ending baryo of whoever Muuse Marqaan and his fellow marqaans can hang-on with. Their behaviour is such a needy child. Mar waa Xabashida, mar waa Kiikuuyada, mar waa Sacuudiga, mar waa Imaaraadka, mar waa... All meel cidlo ah ugu dhaqaaqaan. War waxa ciyaalsanaa and never learn.

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Saalax   
9 hours ago, maakhiri1 said:

So having good.time and drinking coffee, problem?

How is great alliance with KSA  and SL?😁

 

The foreign minister is not even drinking alcohol no evidence. Egal their former leader on the other hand. :D

 

 

," Egal replied, "but I take sometimes a glass of wine."

 

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18 hours ago, maakhiri1 said:

So having good.time and drinking coffee, problem?

How is great alliance with KSA  and SL?😁

Caana boodha ciyaar mood oo ku soo carar :D 

 KSA iyo SL waa laba dal oo kala madax banaan.

A conference about the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden, that does not include Somaliland, is nothing but hubris. A reality check is in store for them. 

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Farmaajo and company are so embarrassed of what they did/tried to do to Djibouti, will do anything to get on good side of the DON.

All they will get will be that deceptive smile, but shortly the bite will come.

Djibouti will never forget anyone that tried to kick it when everything looked bleak and Djibouti was under "attack" from US Congress to Abiy/Afwerki/Farmaajo to UAE and its African servants conference.

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Oodweyne   

Old_Observer,

Well, I see it on the whole rather differently. Or at least I beg to differ with you in here, my friend. And here is my reasoning in an orderly fashion:

1- Mr Guelleh is trying to do two things, simultaneously, which is to advance the interest of Somalia (minus that of Mr Farmaajo), whist at the same time doing everything within his power to "minimize" Somaliland's progress at the diplomatic front. He sees Mr Farmaajo as a light-weight who will go tomorrow when his term finishes. But he sees Somaliland as a long-term "threat" to his view of Djibouti's interests. For he sees us far more of a threat than Mogadishu, who he thinks will forever be about some kind of endless argument about a "power rotation" between "H-awiye Clan and Darod Clan" in Villa Somalia than about anything larger than that.

2 - I do not begrudge him for this position of having anti-Somaliland's diplomatic stance. For he really believes a "recognized Somaliland" will be the "Geo-political dearth-knell" of his tinpot dictatorship. Or at least the end of the "political significance" of his state-let in the larger Horn-of-Africa. Hence, he tries every effort to thwart our ambition and agenda. Whilst at the same time not worrying about slight of any sort done to him by the likes of Mr Farmaajo, who is essentially (according to him) as someone who is here now and today, but will be gone by tomorrow from Villa Somalia, when his term of office finishes in year's end. 

3 - It was Mr Ghuelleh who persuaded the Riyadh's regime (i.e., KSA) to "cool-off" the "budding relationship" between Hargeisa and Riyadh, which was getting ahead with a decent steam behind it when Vice-President Mr Seylici of Somaliland went there in Riyadh. And then the prospect of President Biihi making an official visit to Riyadh was thought about it. As Mr Biihi did it a similar visit to UAE. Hence, Mr Gheulleh is the one in which Mogadishu should really need to thank for being included into this sort of a "talking shop" by Riyadh. And that is why the foreign minister of Somalia was in Djibouti in the sense of thanking them in "smoothing" things over for Somalia within Riyadh's diplomatic circles. Since Villa Somalia has sided with Qatar against Riyadh, and therefore Riyadh and Mogadishu do not see things in a similar sort of ways.

4 - It was also Mr Ghuelleh who went to that West African's country in Guinea with the capital call Conakry, which was a country visited by Mr Biihi recently in last year. And, of course, Mr Ghuelleh, as usual was carrying forward his anti-Somaliland's diplomatic maneuvers of his own as well in Guinea.

5 - The fall-out of the KSA and UAE on how to deal with Iran's hostile intention, as well as how to deal with Yemen, also effected how Riyadh views Somaliland. Given that UAE seemed to have decided to essentially "bailed out" from KSA-UAE coalition in the Yemen's war. Moreover, since KSA thought of us in Somaliland to be "well-aligned" with UAE (because of the DP World deal with Berbera), then the reason that Hargeisa wasn't included in this sort of "Red-Sea alliance" headed by KSA has also something to do with the fact that Riyadh doesn't want to "advance" the interests of a government that is in "cahoot" with the UAE (not with them), Which is what Somaliland is in the eyes of Riyadh. Furthermore, since, Riyadh and UAE have fallen out completely over the issue of what to do with Yemen and with what to do about Iran, both parties seems to be going their "separate strategical directions", which is independent of each other. Although they prefer not to talk about it openly, lest they may give the likes of Qatar and Turkey a good laugh at their expenses. 

Like I said it, all is fair in war and in politics. And we have a long list of the "slights, stances, acts, and open action", in which Mr Gheulleh have done to Somaliland ever since Arta's conference of 2000. And that was when he created (from thin-air) some kind of deliberate attempt of a "clannish power dispensation" call "4.5" for the Somali peninsula, in which the intention behind it was to "nullify", Somaliland, as an entity. However, of course, he didn't succeeded in that wholly misguided and rather malicious task of his. Not that he did not tried it repeatedly ever since at least 2000 and his then Arta's talking-shop of a conference for the Somalia. 

Lastly, one day, my friend, we shall have the chance (or the open opportunity) to make the likes of Mr Ghuelleh and his tiny state-let of Djibouti to "account" for all these "endless hostile political acts" of his. But not today. For today we shall deal with the likes of Mr Ghuelleh with nothing less than with a broad smile and with an endless "exhortation of brotherly love" (or something of that sort) from our part. But another day in which we may have a recognized Somaliland in our hands, then, of course, we shall have a different posture (or stance) of the "avenging sort" that in turn will address all of these "politically wounding acts" of his towards Somaliland in the "categorical order" of their significance. And it's coming soon!

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Cheeseman says this costed 4.5 million US Dollars. 

I can say it costed between 20 and 50 thousand dollars. The rest was pocketed.

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Oodweyne,

I understand the case between you and Djibouti.

As long as its conducted by non military means, I think every body will stay away and quiet.

For ARTA' death you have to thank P. Abdulqasim first and your Pirate brethren second.

The President went straight to Egypt against Ghellehs advice and that was the end of him from Ethiopia and Djibouti. Returned from Egypt and dealt with Ali Jama and again that was the end for him from Ethiopia and Puntland.
He was done and discarded before he even set foot in Mogadishu.

Saudis are in excellent relations with Djibouti even after Djibouti did not allow the Saudis to use their base in Djibouti for Yemen. Amazing even the young lad has been so friendly with Ghelleh.

Ghelleh knows the value of Somaliland to his existence since peace in the area is his existence. He knows his limits even when he had great friendship in Somalia.

I think the agreement between Somaliland and SFG, not to obstract each other for development works, investments..was the highlight of Ghelleh's good side.


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Holac   
On 3/11/2020 at 7:04 AM, Suldaanka said:

Cheeseman says this costed 4.5 million US Dollars. 

I can say it costed between 20 and 50 thousand dollars. The rest was pocketed.

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Are you serious? They truly claim 4 million dollars was used to build this?

May Allah help our people. 

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@gooni

Afar malyan inay lacagtay iyo inay wax kale tahay la isku ma hayo. Waxa la isku haya waa service/adeeg caadi jooga lacag dhan 50kun, hadii aad voucher ku qoratid 4 malyan, inay musuqmaasuq ku jiro so ma cada? 

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gooni   
17 hours ago, Suldaanka said:

@gooni

Afar malyan inay lacagtay iyo inay wax kale tahay la isku ma hayo. Waxa la isku haya waa service/adeeg caadi jooga lacag dhan 50kun, hadii aad voucher ku qoratid 4 malyan, inay musuqmaasuq ku jiro so ma cada? 

Waligaa ma tagtay shabeelada hoose baraawe shalaanbood xeebtii sanbuusi?

Dhulkaas waa dhul xeebeed aad u qurux badan, balse wuxuu leeyahay bacaad aad u tiro badan oo in gawaan la gaaro ay aad u adag tahay.

Sidaa daraadeed anigu waxaan qabaa in laga dhigo mee adag oo diyaaradu ku degi karto u baahantahay qarash badan.

Alxamdulilah habartii odaygu ka yara caajisay oo mar wax isku dayay waxay tiri kala fadhi waa dhaantaa

Maanta waa gawaan berina waa laami waa horumar noosoo kordhay.

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