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Egyptian delegation were in Hargeisa

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With Mogadishu throwing its support behind Addis Abeba. Should Hargeisa throw its support behind  Egypt? hmm

The Somaliland Gov't should press for Arab League recognition of Somaliland if Egypt wants support from Hargeisa.

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They want us to support them on the nile issue it ain't going to happen. Egypt was always hostile towards Somaliland

But I think they learned it  the hard way. That  the former Somali Republic is dead no point trying to revive it.  And they understand the political reality on the ground now. 

 

 

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Just now, Xaaji Xunjuf said:

They want us to support them on the nile issue it ain't going to happen. Egypt was always hostile towards Somaliland

But I think they learned it  the hard way. That  the former Somali Republic is dead no point trying to revive it.  And they understand the political reality on the ground now. 

 

 

 

It is an opportunity nonetheless. We've got to make decisions.

Hargeisa should look forward not backward and see what are the possibilities. 

An Arab League recognition is huge, specially with regards to Saudi Arabia and our livestock market. 

 

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Oodweyne   
51 minutes ago, Suldaanka said:

The Somaliland Gov't should press for Arab League recognition of Somaliland if Egypt wants support from Hargeisa

Suldaanka,

That is our minimum going price in terms of our support of their position. Everything else is a none starter. Or they may as well go back to Cairo and say, well, we had a nice holiday in the mountain-range of Gacan-Libax, which is outside of Hargeisa. But we couldn't find out anyone else to talk to us about anything of a serious matter.  😂

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35 minutes ago, Suldaanka said:

 

It is an opportunity nonetheless. We've got to make decisions.

Hargeisa should look forward not backward and see what are the possibilities. 

An Arab League recognition is huge, specially with regards to Saudi Arabia and our livestock market. 

 

Although @Xaaji Xunjufis correct in his assessment of Egypt's attitude towards Somaliland, we have to be pragmatic and look forward. That includes behaving positively towards those that have treated us negatively in the past. If Egypt is willing to listen to our minimum requirement, we should listen to what they are looking for.

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gooni   

Aragtidayda
Masar waxay ku jirtaa wakhti adag oo dhaqaale xumo iyo haybad la'aan isugu darsantay.

Snm waxay u egtahay bahalkii dabka iftiinka moodi jiray oo markuu ku dhaco qaraxa khafiifkaa samayn jiray.

Ethiopia, biyo xireenkeedu waa amni qowmi ay xaq u leedahay inay ka faa'iido nimcada dalkeeda.

Masar waa u geeri aan nolol dambe lahayn, hadii biyuhu ka yaraadaan gacanka suways iyo beeraha dhulka saciid.

Dadkeedu waa boqol malyan oo dhalinyaro u badan sidoo kale Ethiopia.

Waa wax lagu qoslo  in snm qadiyadda sidaa u adag ayadoo curdana oo habaw ah dhex istaagto.

Khatarta Ethiopia uga imaan karta yaa ka halis badan sawirka ay masar la galayaan.


 

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1 hour ago, cadnaan1 said:

The day you mess with Ethiopia is the end of the Somaliland project.

Waa fursad, Xiniinyo u baahan, laakin hadana Egypt is broken, and very weak, but definitely can get dozens of countries to recognise SL, if SL helps!

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Oodweyne   

Reading some of the contemptible wafflers in this joint, particularly those who left behind for us their usual bile and spleen that they seemed to have scribbled in here, I keep on seeing that old proverb that had pithily said:

"......It's Better to Remain Silent and Be Thought a Fool than to Speak and Remove All Doubt......"

Let's hope some folks will take that to heart. Least of all, unlike Somalia, where her destiny is not (and never was) in her hand, Somaliland will see fit to do what she sees to be her interests.

And, given that we never thought the likes of China (i.e., PRC) have any fear for us when it comes to pursuing our interest with Taiwan, I very much doubt we will walk away from anything we consider to be vitally important to us just because some folks may not agree with it.

And finally, an old Somali proverb had it: "Nin Waliba Waxa Uu Yahay Ayuu Ku Moodaa" (on words to that effect).

And by that I mean, it's given in certain part of the Somali peninsula, especially the "Looters-infested-part" of the Somali Penisula that the "fear" of others is the only thing that will stay their hand from a "collective criminality", in the sense of whenever there is an AMISOM about them, then, they may behave themselves. Otherwise, it will be an "orgy of robbery and Jihadism-on-steroid", what we will all be witnessing from their hands.

Hence, to some waffler in here, he thinks just like his ilk that we in Somaliland are "dependent and retained people", who only behaves appropriately and decently because we fear others. And therefore, it's the fear of what Ethiopia may do to us that is keeping us in a straight line.

As much as the sight of AMISOM's peace-keeping forces been said to be the thing that is keeping his "self-looting as well as self-martyring Jihadi ilk" from their usual legendary wretchedness. 

Poor lad, still deluded, still tendentiously waffling. And for good measure, still not any the wiser of how contemptible his argument sounds to others. Particularly when it's exposed to the light of a piercing logic and to an exacting rationality.

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So it seems things are getting very interesting. 

The Egyptians want to establish a diplomatic office in Hargeisa and have asked Somaliland to do the same in Cairo. 

The Egyptians have proposed to upgrade business ties which includes buying Somaliland livestock, also Egyptian fishing companies are interested in Somaliland's seas. These deals will be worked on in the second visit. 

The most important request was a military base which Egypt wants to establish in Somaliland. Somaliland has flagged reservations about that and further talks are scheduled.

The Ethiopian gov't has protested these Egyptian maneuvering in Hargeisa. 

President Muse Biihi will be playing his cards very close to his chest.  

Gobolka waan naqaanaa, bahal naga da'wayn oo dad cuni ma joogo. Have no fear Muse, take the necessary step forward that is in the interest of Somaliland. 

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galbeedi   

I knew the separatist st boys were desperate to get noticed by others, but I didn't know they were suicidal. 

Let me make few quick points here:

First, Egypt doesn't need Berbera or any Somali air space to attack the Ethiopian dam. THe distance between the Dam and Egyptian border is almost the same as  flying in the Red sea. Second , the separatists do not  dare to welcome Ethiopian enemies in Berbera or any where else. It will be suicidal both politically and economically. Ethiopia could finish off this project in half day in so many ways.

Don't they know that there are many people waiting for a Kurdish style base in EThiopia to do what they did few years ago. 

Third, Egypt can not offer anything to Somaliland in terms of trade or business connection. If they want to recognize other nations in the region, let them start with South Yemen.

The Egyptian despot has no choice but to negotiate with Ethiopia. They had an opportunity to stop the dam ten years ago when it was started and while the international banks  refused to lend money to the project for fear of Egyptian attack.

Furthermore, any attack in Ethiopia will make Abiy a martyr and he might even use a cover to consolidate power and defend mama Ethiopia. Mengistu Hailemarium was desperate and cornered  in 1977, until the Somali Galbeed war started. He used the war to galvanize the people, hold on to power and eliminate his enemies. An attack to the dam will be God sent gift to Abiy.

 

If the despot Sisi want to play games like the fat gulf boys of Dubai and court who ever is detractor of Somalia, he should send an airplane and  pick up Faysal Waraabe and company and entertain them for few days. He could even send a ticket to C/raxman C/shakuur and Ina Sharmaarke to boot even more. He can find another Raila Odinga looking few cash and some attension. 

THese Arab fools  keep playing the same discredited old games. History has shown the gulf despots only respect power and those who steps his foot in their neck. Do not show them any mercy. THey pedal the blood of other Arabs to be irrelevant.

 

Now you get our attention since we are all debating a non existent Egyptian delegation. Certainly the Landers love drama . They think being in the news and getting some attention is probably what the doctor in HArgeisa has prescribed. Now, you got our attention and it is time to go home and take care of the real job of feeding the poor and creating something real.

WAar waan idin aragnay naga fadhiista oo ummadda maasaakiinta dhib kale ha u keenia.

HUnguri wadkii ma arko ayaan maqli jiray.

 

 

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Oodweyne   

Galbeedi,

What a hopeless "calaacal artist" you really are, mate. It beggars belief, really. However, as I have told you the other night, talking in slogans will not be helping you at all with your lost "political fight" against Somaliland. Try as you might, mate.

Hence, you should really try to don on your fetching "blue diric", pick up your coffee latte, sit next to your wife, and then ask her to mix for you a "healthy dollop of Somali xine" with water and help you then to "artistically" decorate your hands with it.

And you should do that, whilst watching from afar in out there of cold Canada the Geo-political games that are afoot in the HoA. 

After all, unlike a retained stooge like you who is waffling to the four breezes with his usual odious spleen and bile, Somaliland is in the hands of those who liberated her, who in turn shall see to it to take care of her national interests.

Got the "memo", my friend? 

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