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Somali Bantu and Somali Cushitic Situation

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Somali Bantu and Somali Cushitic Situation

There is an interesting history of the Bantus and the Cushitic people in Somalia. For centuries, the Somali Bantu and the Somali Cushitic lived in Somaliland harmoniously. At the time, they lived in different regions. The Bantu occupied the southern part of Somalia, while their counterparts, the Cushitic group, occupied central and northern Somalia. The land was peaceful, as no group interfered with the affairs of the other. Still, each group defended their territory and could even help one another in times of need. In their subgroups, they governed themselves for many generations.

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Who are 'Baantu,' widaay? Can you specify them? Many maryooleey, in the last two decades, use this term without being specific. Baantuga ma Mushunguligaa? Ma Shiidlahaa? Ma Goshaa? Ma Makanahaa? Ma Reer Shabeellaha degan Soomaali Galbeed.

Kuligoodana isku farac ma wada aha, isku deegaana ma'aha.

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cadnaan1   
8 hours ago, Miskiin-Macruuf-Aqiyaar said:

Who are 'Baantu,' widaay? Can you specify them? Many maryooleey, in the last two decades, use this term without being specific. Baantuga ma Mushunguligaa? Ma Shiidlahaa? Ma Goshaa? Ma Makanahaa? Ma Reer Shabeellaha degan Soomaali Galbeed.

Kuligoodana isku farac ma wada aha, isku deegaana ma'aha.

Intaas aad soo sheegtay jareerweyne ma ahoo intaas ayey Somalida isku dhahdaa baantu.

Laakiin waxaan ka xanaaqaa markaa maqlay Somali geeljire dhahaayo dadkaas Somali ma ahan waa Tanzania iyo wax la mid ah.

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14 hours ago, cadnaan1 said:

Intaas aad soo sheegtay jareerweyne ma ahoo intaas ayey Somalida isku dhahdaa baantu.

Laakiin waxaan ka xanaaqaa markaa maqlay Somali geeljire dhahaayo dadkaas Somali ma ahan waa Tanzania iyo wax la mid ah.

Waala isku dhahaa laakiin isku meel kama soo jeedaan. Mushunguli, Gosha iyo kuwa la mid oo degan deegaanada ku hareersan wabiyada Shabeelle iyo Jubba ee gobollada Shabeellada Hoose iyo Jubbada Dhexe waa kuwii Soomaaliya la keenay qarnigii 19-aad, isirkoodana ka soo jeedo Tansaaniya, Malaawi iyo Musanbiig. Reerahaan waa Reero Sawaaxili, afkoodana qaarkood wali waa heysteen.

Laakiin kuwa degan Shabeellada Dhexe, Hiiraan, Soomaali Galbeed ilaa Bakool, Gedo, Baay oo la kala dhaho Reer Shabeelle, Shiidle iyo Makanaha waa degnaayeen qarniyo dalka iyo dhulka Soomaaliya. Maryooleey dadkaan ayee isku qaldaan.

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cadnaan1   
58 minutes ago, Miskiin-Macruuf-Aqiyaar said:

Waala isku dhahaa laakiin isku meel kama soo jeedaan. Mushunguli, Gosha iyo kuwa la mid oo degan deegaanada ku hareersan wabiyada Shabeelle iyo Jubba ee gobollada Shabeellada Hoose iyo Jubbada Dhexe waa kuwii Soomaaliya la keenay qarnigii 19-aad, isirkoodana ka soo jeedo Tansaaniya, Malaawi iyo Musanbiig. Reerahaan waa Reero Sawaaxili, afkoodana qaarkood wali waa heysteen.

Laakiin kuwa degan Shabeellada Dhexe, Hiiraan, Soomaali Galbeed ilaa Bakool, Gedo, Baay oo la kala dhaho Reer Shabeelle, Shiidle iyo Makanaha waa degnaayeen qarniyo dalka iyo dhulka Soomaaliya. Maryooleey dadkaan ayee isku qaldaan.

I don't believe dad la keenay Somalia inay jiraan mushunguli, baajuunta iyo inta kale dagta jubada hoose waa dad native ah In the area jubo. Waxaa meesha koyta Ku ah waa lama-goodlayaalka. Isla ayagii ayaa dhahaayo dad ayaa la keenay.

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