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Meesha lagu dagaalamaayo waa deegaanada ku hareersan Dirirdhabe oo Soomaalida degto.

Khaasaraha ka dhashay dagaalka Soomaalida iyo Canfarta

Tiro dad ah ayaa ku dhintay dagaallo maalmihii u dambeeyay ka socday xadka Soomaalida iyo Canfarta ee dalka Itoobiya.

Wararka waxay sheegayaan in dab la qabadsiiyay dhowri guri oo ku yaallay deegaannadaa lagu muransan yahay.

Saraakiisha gobolka Canfarta waxay ku eedeeyeen ciidamada Liyuu booliska Soomaalida in 30 qof ay sabtidii ku dileen halkaas.

Halka mas'uuliyiinta Dowlad Deegaanka Soomaalida ee Itoobiya ay sheegeen in ugu yaraan 25 qof oo xoolo dhaqatad ahaa ay maleeshiyaad kasoo tallaabay dhinaca Canfarta ay ku dileen deegaanka.

Ilaa iyo hadda ma kala cadda tirada dadka ku dhintay dagaalladii shaley ka dhacay xadka Soomaalida iyo Canfarta.

Shucuubta Soomaalida iyo Canfarta ayaa marar badan ku dagaallamay deegaanno ay labada deegaan lahaanshahooda kala sheegtaan sida Candhuufa, Cadheyti, Garbaciise iyo tuulooyin kale oo ku yaalla xadka ay wadaagaan labada dhinac.

Xigasho

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Apophis   

It is also a fact that you are terrorist alshabab supporter. Anyone who has been on these forum in the 2009-2016 knows you used to celebrate every time Robow bombed xamar.

The posts are there unless you sanitised your history.

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At least 100 killed in border clashes between Ethiopia’s Somali and Afar regions – official

Border clashes between Ethiopia’s Afar and Somali regions have killed at least 100 people, a regional official said on Tuesday, the latest outbreak of violence ahead of national elections in June.

Around 100 civilians were killed since clashes broke out on Friday and continued through Tuesday, Ahmed Humed, deputy police commissioner for the Afar region, told Reuters by phone. He blamed the violence on an attack by Somali regional forces.

Ali Bedel, a spokesman for the Somali region, said 25 people had been killed on Friday and an “unknown number of civilians” died in a subsequent attack by the same forces on Tuesday.

Both sides deny having initiated the attacks and blame the other for the violence. Reuters could not verify whether the 25 deaths claimed by the Somali official were in addition to the 100 deaths or included in that figure.

Clashes along the border predate the six-month-old conflict in the north that has pitted the federal government against the former ruling party of the Tigray region.

Yet the violence has intensified just as Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s government is trying to assert control over Tigray - underscoring how the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize winner is struggling to keep the country together. The election is regarded as a litmus test for the country’s fragile unity, challenged by many newly resurgent regional and ethnically based parties.

“The Somali region special forces ... attacked the areas of Haruk and Gewane using heavy weapons including machinegun and rocket-propelled grenades. Children and women were killed while they were sleeping,” Ahmed said.

In 2014 the boundary between the two states was redrawn by the federal government, then headed by a multi-ethnic ruling coalition, the Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF). Three small towns were transferred to Afar from Somali, which has since tried to win them back.

As a result militias from the two eastern states have clashed before over their disputed boundaries. In October last year 27 people were killed in a wave of clashes over the border, with each side blaming the other.

Reuters

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Apophis   
On 4/8/2021 at 11:35 PM, maakhiri1 said:

Where is Mustafa cagjar? Time to arm the civilians, Somalis will defend themselves but seems unarmed 

According to your elders these canfars being massacred are your people. 
 

 

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Abdi90   

As someone who is very familiar with the Ciise-Canfar tribal conflict i can for certainty tel you that it is the Issa with the help of Djiboute who where for the most part always the expansionist aggressor. Allot of land in Djiboute and Ethipia (Shiniile/Sitti area) where taken from Afar people in last 100 year. You have to know that their political wing were always double faced, it was the only tribe in Ethiopia that did not join the other somali tribes in support of somali forces in the 77 war. 

Recently Adan Farah who is their top politician in Ethiopia said in his facebook account that Somali State is big enough to be a couple of separate killi/states. He hinted loudly to something many people knew and that is their ultimate secret plot/goal(concocted in djibuti)  to make their gobol (Sitti) a separate state/killi.

If you check the maps where the latest conflict happened it will be obvious it was not the Afars who made the incursion to Somali state rather the Isa made the incursion to Afar territory. This was probably part of a calculated expansion by their politicians, maybe they have the feeling that Ethiopia may soon collapse as a united country and they have to now start to take as much slice of land as possible for their future independent state.

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3 hours ago, Xaaji Xunjuf said:

Why not add that land to jabuuti. Like crimea to Russia 

LOL, Ruushka is a nuclear-armed state while Djibouti is a country run by a mafia-like family.

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galbeedi   
9 hours ago, Apophis said:

According to your elders these canfars being massacred are your people. 

Apophis went digging and found this. Good move.

By the way the Canfar are 100% Muslim and in fragmented Ethiopia they should be our allies. We shouldn't be fighting each other.

 These towns: Cadaytu, Canduf and Gadeytu, as their names indicate,  might have been Cafar territory long ago, and  today they  lie inside Cafar regional boundaries Yet, the population is 80% or more Somali. 

It was Cabdi Illey who gave these land to Cafar.  There was strong protest from the Somalis and since regional boundaries of Ethiopian ethnic groups were awarded based on the majority population, these towns should have been  inside Somali regional boundaries.

In fact, Cabdi Illey had made many harmful decisions that gave way huge land of Somalis to Cafar and Oromo. Towns like Fayaan Biiro just north west of Jigjiga with good agricultural produces, coffee and Khad was added to Oromia. The town has 80% Somali, the remaining are  Yemenis, Hareeri and 5%Oromo. Cabdi Illey exchanged this town for smaller places. 

Since memorial fertile and trading towns were always outside the nomadic zones. 100% Somali towns like Qabridahar, Gaashaamo, Awbare and Wardheer were not active in commerce or productivity scale compared to Diredhabe, Hawaas, Baabili, Hawaday, Jigjiga or Mooyaale.

In 1991-95, Diredhabe was the capital of the Somali regional government, but tribal Somalis  abandoned that beautiful metropole and settled Godey . Rather than keep Maiso, Baabili, and all those fertile land called Western Hararghe, they left all that for the dusty towns of the clan. It was President Cabdimajiid who brought the capital to Jugjigain 1995.

How can TuliGuuleed, Jinacsani with Jaarso who were part of the Somali region for decades ended up with Oromia? it was the work of Cabdi Illey to reduce the Somali territory to the south west of Jigjiga. It was a plan to limit the competition and dismember the Somali territoty.

Twenty years later Diredhabe is populated Oromo and Amhara. There are also a lot of scores to be settled the land surrounding DireDhabe .

Furthermore, the actions of despot Cumar Geelle in Djibouti could effect the stability of these area around the Djibouti -Addis railway and highway.

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12 hours ago, Apophis said:

According to your elders these canfars being massacred are your people. 
 

 

Yep some of the Anfar are Makhiris, and they kept their genealogy, anyway thse very close to Somalis, no more killing each other.

What are you trying to prove by this, we have few cagdheer in Sanaag as well 

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Apophis   
5 hours ago, maakhiri1 said:

Yep some of the Anfar are Makhiris, and they kept their genealogy, anyway thse very close to Somalis, no more killing each other.

What are you trying to prove by this, we have few cagdheer in Sanaag as well 

My point was that there are alot of “aliens” i.e non Somalis claiming to be Somalis. From Baidoa with their non Somali language and ethio customs and lasqorey now affirming their true origins; while original Somali OGs were advancing the Somali borders, pushing the boramas in Kenya and Oromo in Ethiopia, “aliens” have doubled back and settled in the republic and now claim they are Somali just because they learnt the language.

Even the ilkoyar are amhara if you read futuh al habasha. Hirabu bin goita tedros is no Somali name.

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