16 February, 2017

DHAMBAAL TACSI AH OO UU DIRAAYO MUSTASHAR AXMED CARWO , GEERIDA MARXUUM CABDALLA AXMED CABDI DHEERE




INAA LILLAH WA INNAA ILLEYHI RAAJACUUN. , waxaan tacsi u dirayaa waalid, walaal, ehel iyo asxaabta marxuum Cabdallah Axmed Cabdi Dheere oo ku geeriyooday dalka Jarmanka, gaar ahaan aabbo Axmed Cabdi Dheere, Guddoomiyaha Labaad ee Xisbiga Kulmiye,  iyo reer Cabdi Dheere. 

Marxuumku waxuu ahaa nin dhalinyaro ah, aad wax u bartay, mustaqbal wacan hiigsanaaya baari waalideen ah, degan oo aad uga weynaa jiilkiisa. Waa geeri oo qofba da'da Alle u qoray ayuu dunida ka dheelmanayaa. 

Waxaan Alle uga baryayaa dambi dhaaf, naxariis iyo inuu qabriga u waasiciyo, u nuuro ugana dhigo beer ka mid ah kuwa jannatul fardaws, waalid, walaal, ehel iyo asxaabna uu waafajiyo samir iyo duco.

INNAA LILLAAH WA INNA ILLEYHI RAAJACUUN.

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12 February, 2017

22. Ikrimah Ibn Abi Jahl(R.A.)

He was at the end of the third decade of his life on the day the Prophet made public his call to guidance and truth. He was held in high regard by the Quraysh, being wealthy and of noble lineage. Some others like him, Sa'd ibn abi Waqqas, Mus'ab ibn Umayr and other sons of noble families in Makkah had become Muslims. He too might have followed their example were it not for his father. His father, Abu Jahl, was the foremost proponent of Shirk and one of the greatest tyrants of Makkah. Through torture, he sorely tested the faith of the early believers but they remained steadfast. He used every strategem to make them waver but they continued to affirm the truth. Ikrimah found himself defending the leadership and authority of his father as he pitted himself against the Prophet. His animosity towards the Prophet, his persecution of his followers and his attempts to block the progress of Islam and the Muslims won the admiration of his father. At Badr, Abu Jahl led the Makkan polytheists in the battle against the Muslims. He swore by al-Laat and al- Uzza that he would not return to Makkah unless he crushed Muhammad. At Badr he sacrificed three camels to these goddesses. He drank wine and had the music of smugglng girls to spur the Quraysh on to fight.

Abu Jahl was among the first to fall in the battle. His son Ikrimah saw him as spears pierced his body and heard him let out his last cry of agony. Ikrimah returned to Makkah leavmg behind the corpse of the Quraysh chieftain, his father. He wanted to bury him in Makkah but the crushing defeat they suffered made this impossible. From that day, the fire of hatred burned even more fiercely in the heart of Ikrimah. Others whose fathers were killed at Badr, also became more hostile to Muhammad and his followers. This eventually led to the Battle of Uhud. At Uhud Ikrimah was accompanied by his wife, Umm Hakim. She and other women stood behind the battle lines beating their drums, urging the Quraysh on to battle and upbraiding any horseman who felt inclined to flee.

Leading the right flank of the Quraysh was Khalid ibn Walid. On the left was Ikrimah ibn abi Jahl. The Quraysh inflicted heavy losses on the Muslims and felt that they had avenged themselves for the defeat at Badr. This was not, however, the end of the state of conflict. At the battle of the Ditch, the Quraysh mushrikun besieged Madinah. It was a long siege. The resources and the patience of the mushrikun were wearing out. Ikrimah, feeling the strain of the siege, saw a place where the ditch, dug by the Muslims, was relatively narrow. With a gigantic effort, he managed to cross. A small group of Quraysh followed him. It was a foolhardy undertaking. One of them was immediately killed and it was only by turning on his heels that Ikrimah managed to save himself. Nine years after his hijrah, the Prophet returned with thousands of his companions to Makkah. The Quraysh saw them approaching and decided to leave the way open for them because they knew that the Prophet had given instructions to his commanders not to open hostilities. Ikrimah and some others however went against the consen- sus of the Quraysh and attempted to block the progress of the Muslim forces. Khalid ibn al-Walid, now a Muslim, met and defeated them in a small engagement during which some of Ikrimah's men were killed and others who could, fled. Among those who escaped was Ikrimah himself.

Any standing or influence that Ikrimah may have had was now completely destroyed. The Prophet, peace be upon him, entered Makkah and gave a general pardon and amnesty to all Quraysh who entered the sacred mosque, or who stayed in their houses or who went to the house of Abu Sufyan, the paramount Quraysh leader. However he refused to grant amnesty to a few individuals whom he named. He gave orders that they should be killed even if they were found under the covering of the Ka'bah. At the top of this list was Ikrimah ibn abi Jahl. When Ikrimah learnt of this, he slipped out of Makkah in disguise and headed for the Yemen. Umm Hakim, Ikrimah's wife, then went to the camp of the Prophet. With her was Hind bint Utbah, the wife of Abu Sufyan and the mother of Mu'awiyah, and about ten other women who wanted to pledge allegiance to the Prophet. At the camp, were two of his wives, his daughter Fatimah and some women of the Abdulmuttalib clan. Hind was the one who spoke. She was veiled and ashamed of what she had done to Hamzah, the Prophet's uncle, at the battle of Uhud. "O Messenger of God," she said, "Praise be to God Who has made manifes1 the religion He has chosen for Himself. I beseech you out of the bonds of kinship to treat me well. I am now a believing woman who affirms the Truth of your mission." She then unveiled herself and said:

"I am Hind, the daughter of Utbah, O Messenger of God. " "Welcome to you," replied the Prophet, peace be on him. "By God, O Prophet" continued Hind, "there was not a house on earth that I wanted to destroy more than your house. Now, there is no house on earth that I so dearly wish to honour and raise in glory than yours." Umm Hakim then got up and professed her faith in Islam and said: "O Messenger of God, Ikrimah has fled from you to the Yemen out of fear that you would kill him. Grant him security and God will grant you security." "He is secure," promised the Prophet. Umm Hakim set out immediately in search of Ikrimah. Accompanying her was a Greek slave. When they had gone quite far on the way, he tried to seduce her but she managed to put him off until she came to a settlement of Arabs. She sought their help against him. They tied him up and kept him. Umm Hakim continued on her way until she finally found Ikrimah on the coast of the Red Sea in the region of Tihamah. He was negotiating transport with a Muslim seaman who was saying to him: "Be pure and sincere and I will transport you." "How can I be pure?" asked Ikrimah. "Say, I testify that there is no god but Allah and that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah." "I have fled from this very thing," said Ikrimah. At this point, Umm Hakim came up to Ikrimah and said:

"O cousin, I have come to you from the most generous of men, the most righteous of men, the best of men . . . from Muhammad ibn Abdullah. I have asked him for an amnesty for you. This he has granted. So do not destroy yourself." "Have you spoken to him?" "Yes, I have spoken to him and he has granted you amnesty," she assured him and he returned with her. She told him about the attempt of their Greek slave to dishonour her and Ikrimah went directly to the Arab settlement where he lay bound and killed him. At one of their resting places on their way back, Ikrimah wanted to sleep with his wife but she vehemently refused and said: "I am a Muslimah and you are a lifushrik." Ikrimah was totally taken aback and said, "Living without you and without your sleeping with me is an impossible situation." As Ikrimah approached Makkah, the Prophet, peace be upon him, told his companions: "Ikrimah ibn abi Jahl shall come to you as a believer and a muhajEr (a refugee). Do not insult his father. Insulting the dead causes grief to the living and does not reach the dead."

Ikrimah and his wife came up to where the Prophet was sitting. The Prophet got up and greeted him enthusiastically. "Muhammad," said Ikrimah, "Umm Hakim has told me that you have granted me an amnesty." "That's right," said the Prophet, "You are safe." "To what do you invite?" asked Ikrimah. "I invite you to testify that there is no god but Allah and that I am the servant of Allah and His messenger, to establish Prayer and pay the Zakat and carry out all the other obligations of Islam." "By God," responded Ikrimah, "You have only called to what is true and you have only commanded that which is good. You lived among us before the start of your mission and then you were the most trustworthy of us in speech and the most righteous of us." Stretching forth his hands he said, "I testify that there is no god but Allah and that Muhammad is His servant and His messenger." The Prophet then instructed him to say, "I call on God and those present here to witness that I am a Muslim who is a Mujahid and a Muhajir". This Ikrimah repeated and then said:

"I ask you to ask God for forgiveness for me for all the hostility I directed against you and for whatever insults I expressed in your presence or absence." The Prophet replied with the prayer: "O Lord, forgive him for all the hostility he directed against me and for all the expeditions he mounted wishing to put out Your light. Forgive him for whatever he has said or done in my presence or absence to dishonour me." Ikrimah's face beamed with happiness. "By God, O messenger of Allah, I promise that whatever I have spent obstructing the way of God, I shall spend twice as much in His path and whatever battles I have fought against God's way I shall fight twice as much in His way." From that day on, Ikrimah was committed to the mission of Islam as a brave horseman in the field of battle and as a steadfast worshipper who would spend much time in mosques reading the book of God. Often he would place the mushaf on his face and say, "The Book of my Lord, the words of my Lord" and he would cry from the fear of God.

Ikrimah remained true to his pledge to the Prophet. Whatever battles the Muslims engaged in thereafter, he participated in them and he was always in the vanguard of the army. At the battle of Yarmuk he plunged into the attack as a thirsty person after cold water on a blistering hot day. In one encounter in which the Muslims were under heavy attack, Ikrimah penetrated deep into the ranks of the Byzantines. Khalid ibn al-Walid rushed up to him and said, "Don't, Ikrimah. Your death will be a severe blow to the Muslims." "Let us carry on, Khalid," said Ikrimah, now at the peak of motivation. "You had the privilege of being with the Messenger of God before this. As for myself and my father, we were among his bitterest enemies. Leave me now to atone for what I have done in the past. I fought the Prophet on many occasions. Shall I now flee from the Byzantines? This shall never be." Then calling out to the Muslims, he shouted, "Who shall pledge to fight until death?" Four hundred Muslims including al-Harith ibn Hisham and Ayyash ibn Abi Rabiah responded to his call. They plunged into the battle and fought heroically without the leadership of Khalid ibn al-Walid. Their daring attack paved the way for a decisive Muslim victory. When the battle was over, the bodies of three wounded mujahideen lay sprawled on the battleground, among them Al-Harith ibn Hisham, Ayyash ibn Abi Rabi'ah and Ikrimah ibn abi Jahl. Al-Harith called for water to drink. As it was brought to him, Ayyash looked at him and Harith said: "Give it to Ayyash." By the time they got to Ayyash, he had just breathed his last. When they returned to al-Harith and Ikrimah, they found that they too had passed away. The companions prayed that God may be pleased with them all and grant them refreshment from the spring of Kawthar in Paradise, a refreshment after which there is thirst no more.

22. Ikrimah Ibn Abi Jahl(R.A.)

He was at the end of the third decade of his life on the day the Prophet made public his call to guidance and truth. He was held in high regard by the Quraysh, being wealthy and of noble lineage. Some others like him, Sa'd ibn abi Waqqas, Mus'ab ibn Umayr and other sons of noble families in Makkah had become Muslims. He too might have followed their example were it not for his father. His father, Abu Jahl, was the foremost proponent of Shirk and one of the greatest tyrants of Makkah. Through torture, he sorely tested the faith of the early believers but they remained steadfast. He used every strategem to make them waver but they continued to affirm the truth. Ikrimah found himself defending the leadership and authority of his father as he pitted himself against the Prophet. His animosity towards the Prophet, his persecution of his followers and his attempts to block the progress of Islam and the Muslims won the admiration of his father. At Badr, Abu Jahl led the Makkan polytheists in the battle against the Muslims. He swore by al-Laat and al- Uzza that he would not return to Makkah unless he crushed Muhammad. At Badr he sacrificed three camels to these goddesses. He drank wine and had the music of smugglng girls to spur the Quraysh on to fight.

Abu Jahl was among the first to fall in the battle. His son Ikrimah saw him as spears pierced his body and heard him let out his last cry of agony. Ikrimah returned to Makkah leavmg behind the corpse of the Quraysh chieftain, his father. He wanted to bury him in Makkah but the crushing defeat they suffered made this impossible. From that day, the fire of hatred burned even more fiercely in the heart of Ikrimah. Others whose fathers were killed at Badr, also became more hostile to Muhammad and his followers. This eventually led to the Battle of Uhud. At Uhud Ikrimah was accompanied by his wife, Umm Hakim. She and other women stood behind the battle lines beating their drums, urging the Quraysh on to battle and upbraiding any horseman who felt inclined to flee.

Leading the right flank of the Quraysh was Khalid ibn Walid. On the left was Ikrimah ibn abi Jahl. The Quraysh inflicted heavy losses on the Muslims and felt that they had avenged themselves for the defeat at Badr. This was not, however, the end of the state of conflict. At the battle of the Ditch, the Quraysh mushrikun besieged Madinah. It was a long siege. The resources and the patience of the mushrikun were wearing out. Ikrimah, feeling the strain of the siege, saw a place where the ditch, dug by the Muslims, was relatively narrow. With a gigantic effort, he managed to cross. A small group of Quraysh followed him. It was a foolhardy undertaking. One of them was immediately killed and it was only by turning on his heels that Ikrimah managed to save himself. Nine years after his hijrah, the Prophet returned with thousands of his companions to Makkah. The Quraysh saw them approaching and decided to leave the way open for them because they knew that the Prophet had given instructions to his commanders not to open hostilities. Ikrimah and some others however went against the consen- sus of the Quraysh and attempted to block the progress of the Muslim forces. Khalid ibn al-Walid, now a Muslim, met and defeated them in a small engagement during which some of Ikrimah's men were killed and others who could, fled. Among those who escaped was Ikrimah himself.

Any standing or influence that Ikrimah may have had was now completely destroyed. The Prophet, peace be upon him, entered Makkah and gave a general pardon and amnesty to all Quraysh who entered the sacred mosque, or who stayed in their houses or who went to the house of Abu Sufyan, the paramount Quraysh leader. However he refused to grant amnesty to a few individuals whom he named. He gave orders that they should be killed even if they were found under the covering of the Ka'bah. At the top of this list was Ikrimah ibn abi Jahl. When Ikrimah learnt of this, he slipped out of Makkah in disguise and headed for the Yemen. Umm Hakim, Ikrimah's wife, then went to the camp of the Prophet. With her was Hind bint Utbah, the wife of Abu Sufyan and the mother of Mu'awiyah, and about ten other women who wanted to pledge allegiance to the Prophet. At the camp, were two of his wives, his daughter Fatimah and some women of the Abdulmuttalib clan. Hind was the one who spoke. She was veiled and ashamed of what she had done to Hamzah, the Prophet's uncle, at the battle of Uhud. "O Messenger of God," she said, "Praise be to God Who has made manifes1 the religion He has chosen for Himself. I beseech you out of the bonds of kinship to treat me well. I am now a believing woman who affirms the Truth of your mission." She then unveiled herself and said:

"I am Hind, the daughter of Utbah, O Messenger of God. " "Welcome to you," replied the Prophet, peace be on him. "By God, O Prophet" continued Hind, "there was not a house on earth that I wanted to destroy more than your house. Now, there is no house on earth that I so dearly wish to honour and raise in glory than yours." Umm Hakim then got up and professed her faith in Islam and said: "O Messenger of God, Ikrimah has fled from you to the Yemen out of fear that you would kill him. Grant him security and God will grant you security." "He is secure," promised the Prophet. Umm Hakim set out immediately in search of Ikrimah. Accompanying her was a Greek slave. When they had gone quite far on the way, he tried to seduce her but she managed to put him off until she came to a settlement of Arabs. She sought their help against him. They tied him up and kept him. Umm Hakim continued on her way until she finally found Ikrimah on the coast of the Red Sea in the region of Tihamah. He was negotiating transport with a Muslim seaman who was saying to him: "Be pure and sincere and I will transport you." "How can I be pure?" asked Ikrimah. "Say, I testify that there is no god but Allah and that Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah." "I have fled from this very thing," said Ikrimah. At this point, Umm Hakim came up to Ikrimah and said:

"O cousin, I have come to you from the most generous of men, the most righteous of men, the best of men . . . from Muhammad ibn Abdullah. I have asked him for an amnesty for you. This he has granted. So do not destroy yourself." "Have you spoken to him?" "Yes, I have spoken to him and he has granted you amnesty," she assured him and he returned with her. She told him about the attempt of their Greek slave to dishonour her and Ikrimah went directly to the Arab settlement where he lay bound and killed him. At one of their resting places on their way back, Ikrimah wanted to sleep with his wife but she vehemently refused and said: "I am a Muslimah and you are a lifushrik." Ikrimah was totally taken aback and said, "Living without you and without your sleeping with me is an impossible situation." As Ikrimah approached Makkah, the Prophet, peace be upon him, told his companions: "Ikrimah ibn abi Jahl shall come to you as a believer and a muhajEr (a refugee). Do not insult his father. Insulting the dead causes grief to the living and does not reach the dead."

Ikrimah and his wife came up to where the Prophet was sitting. The Prophet got up and greeted him enthusiastically. "Muhammad," said Ikrimah, "Umm Hakim has told me that you have granted me an amnesty." "That's right," said the Prophet, "You are safe." "To what do you invite?" asked Ikrimah. "I invite you to testify that there is no god but Allah and that I am the servant of Allah and His messenger, to establish Prayer and pay the Zakat and carry out all the other obligations of Islam." "By God," responded Ikrimah, "You have only called to what is true and you have only commanded that which is good. You lived among us before the start of your mission and then you were the most trustworthy of us in speech and the most righteous of us." Stretching forth his hands he said, "I testify that there is no god but Allah and that Muhammad is His servant and His messenger." The Prophet then instructed him to say, "I call on God and those present here to witness that I am a Muslim who is a Mujahid and a Muhajir". This Ikrimah repeated and then said:

"I ask you to ask God for forgiveness for me for all the hostility I directed against you and for whatever insults I expressed in your presence or absence." The Prophet replied with the prayer: "O Lord, forgive him for all the hostility he directed against me and for all the expeditions he mounted wishing to put out Your light. Forgive him for whatever he has said or done in my presence or absence to dishonour me." Ikrimah's face beamed with happiness. "By God, O messenger of Allah, I promise that whatever I have spent obstructing the way of God, I shall spend twice as much in His path and whatever battles I have fought against God's way I shall fight twice as much in His way." From that day on, Ikrimah was committed to the mission of Islam as a brave horseman in the field of battle and as a steadfast worshipper who would spend much time in mosques reading the book of God. Often he would place the mushaf on his face and say, "The Book of my Lord, the words of my Lord" and he would cry from the fear of God.

Ikrimah remained true to his pledge to the Prophet. Whatever battles the Muslims engaged in thereafter, he participated in them and he was always in the vanguard of the army. At the battle of Yarmuk he plunged into the attack as a thirsty person after cold water on a blistering hot day. In one encounter in which the Muslims were under heavy attack, Ikrimah penetrated deep into the ranks of the Byzantines. Khalid ibn al-Walid rushed up to him and said, "Don't, Ikrimah. Your death will be a severe blow to the Muslims." "Let us carry on, Khalid," said Ikrimah, now at the peak of motivation. "You had the privilege of being with the Messenger of God before this. As for myself and my father, we were among his bitterest enemies. Leave me now to atone for what I have done in the past. I fought the Prophet on many occasions. Shall I now flee from the Byzantines? This shall never be." Then calling out to the Muslims, he shouted, "Who shall pledge to fight until death?" Four hundred Muslims including al-Harith ibn Hisham and Ayyash ibn Abi Rabiah responded to his call. They plunged into the battle and fought heroically without the leadership of Khalid ibn al-Walid. Their daring attack paved the way for a decisive Muslim victory. When the battle was over, the bodies of three wounded mujahideen lay sprawled on the battleground, among them Al-Harith ibn Hisham, Ayyash ibn Abi Rabi'ah and Ikrimah ibn abi Jahl. Al-Harith called for water to drink. As it was brought to him, Ayyash looked at him and Harith said: "Give it to Ayyash." By the time they got to Ayyash, he had just breathed his last. When they returned to al-Harith and Ikrimah, they found that they too had passed away. The companions prayed that God may be pleased with them all and grant them refreshment from the spring of Kawthar in Paradise, a refreshment after which there is thirst no more.

01 February, 2017

DHAMBAAL TACSI AH UU DIRAAYO MUSTASHAR AXMED CARWO , GEERIDA MARXUUM MUSTAFE CALI OBSIYE


INAA LILLAH WA INNAA ILLEYHI RAAJACUUN. , ehelkii, qarabadii, xigtadii, xigaalkii,  
Marxuum Mustafe Cali Obsiye oo ku geeriyooday London, U.K 31 January 2016.
 Waxaan tacsida si gaar ah ugu dirayaa aabihi Xildhibaan Cali Obsiye Diiriye (Cali Gabiilay)

Alle waxaan marxuumka uga baryayaa dambi dhaaf, iyo inuu qabriga u nuuro una waasiciyo, kuna manaysto jannatul fardaws, dhammaanna ina waafajiyo samir iyo duco.

INNAA LILLAAH WA INNA ILLEYHI RAAJACUUN.

Mustashar Axmed Xasan Carwo
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SOMALIA-BORN FARAH TROUBLED BY TRUMP'S TRAVEL BAN


AP

January 29, 2017 at 3:17 pm | By STEVE DOUGLAS

FILE - A Saturday, Aug. 20, 2016 file photo of Britain's Mo Farah gesturing on the podium as he waits to receive his gold medal for the men's 5000-meter race during athletics events at the Summer Olympics inside Olympic stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah has criticized U.S. President Donald Trump’s immigration policy, saying Sunday, Jan. 29, 2017, the temporary travel ban “seems to have made me an alien” and leaves him unsure whether he can return to his U.S home. Farah is a British citizen who was born in Somalia, one of seven predominantly Muslim nations subject to the executive order signed by Trump that currently bars entry to the United States. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong, File)



Four-time Olympic champion Mo Farah has criticized U.S. President Donald Trump's immigration policy, saying Sunday the temporary travel ban "seems to have made me an alien" and left him unsure whether he can return to his U.S. home.


Farah is a British citizen who was born in Somalia, one of seven predominantly Muslim nations subject to the executive order signed by Trump that currently bars entry to the United States.


Farah currently is training in Ethiopia. His wife, Tania, and four children are in Portland, Oregon, where the Farah family has lived for the last six years.


"It's deeply troubling," the 33-year-old Farah said in a statement on his Facebook page, "that I will have to tell my children that Daddy might not be able to come home — to explain why the President has introduced a policy that comes from a place of ignorance and prejudice."


Farah and his representatives have been trying to establish whether the fact he was born in Somalia will now present a problem for the athlete when he wishes to return to the United States. Farah has a British passport and does not have dual nationality or hold a Somalian passport.


"We are seeking to clarify the situation with the US authorities," Farah's agent, Jo Livingston, told The Associated Press in an email. "Mo is currently at a training camp and is not planned to return to the U.S. for a number of weeks. However, as I'm sure you can appreciate, he and Tania want to understand the direct impact on them (if any) as a matter of urgency."


Following conversations between British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and the U.S. government, Britain's Foreign Office said later Sunday that Trump's executive order only applies to individuals traveling from one of the seven named countries, regardless of nationality or place of birth. That suggested Farah would be OK to return to the United States.


Farah moved to Britain from Somalia at the age of 8 and is now regarded as one of the greatest-ever athletes in British sport after winning the 5,000 meters and 10,000 meters at both the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games and at the 2013 and '15 world championships. He also won the 5,000 gold at the 2011 world championships and was recently given a knighthood by Queen Elizabeth II.


"On 1st January this year, Her Majesty The Queen made me a Knight of the Realm. On 27th January, President Donald Trump seems to have made me an alien," Farah said in his statement.


"I am a British citizen who has lived in America for the past six years — working hard, contributing to society, paying my taxes and bringing up our four children in the place they now call home. Now, me and many others like me are being told that we may not be welcome."


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AP writer Justin Lynch in Kampala, Uganda contributed to this story.

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KDF survivor reveals more DISTURBING details of the Kulbiyow attack


Author: Abdikarim Hussein


- Fresh details have emerged of the deadly Kulbiyow attack on Friday, January 27

- KDF survivor of the attack has claimed al-Shabaab militants who attacked their base included arab looking men

- The arabic speaking fighters seemed well trained during the brutal attack

A Kenya Defence Force (KDF) soldier who survived the Kulbiyow attack has revealed fresh details of the deadly raid on the Kenyan military base.




KDF survivor of the attack has claimed al-Shabaab militants who attacked their base included arab looking men.

READ ALSO: 3 days after DEADLY al-Shabaab attack KDF receives powerful DRONES from US

The survivor said the militants had several foreign fighters in their ranks and claimed a majority of them were arabic speakers.

After the attack several bodies of Arab-looking men was discovered in the destroyed military base.

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READ ALSO: KDF launch REVENGE operation in Kulbiyow after deadly attack




The survivor said the militants had several foreign fighters in their ranks and claimed a majority of them were arabic speakers.


READ ALSO: Photos of some KDF soldiers who were killed in Kulbiyow attack

According to the Star, the KDF soldier revealed that the foreign fighters especially the arabs seemed well trained during the battle.

"The foreigners were used to push up the numbers of the attackers who came in waves during the battle," the Star reports.

Al-Shabaab on Friday, January 27, launched a deadly dawn raid on a KDF base in Kulbiyow in Jubbaland, Somalia.

The militants detonated three vehicles laden with explosives before overrunning the camp.




Al-Shabaab on Friday, January 27, launched a deadly dawn raid on a KDF base in Kulbiyow in Jubbaland, Somalia.

READ ALSO: SO SAD! Wife sends PAINFUL message to her KDF husband killed in brutal Kulbiyow attack

Reports indicate that immediately after the twin explosions, heavy gunfight broke out before Kenyan troops with their counterparts of the Somali National Army SNA tactically retreated to avoid more loss of soldiers as communication system had failed.

The militants claimed to have killed more than 60 Kenyan soldiers which was dismissed by KDF as propaganda, the ministry of defence in a statement said only 9 Kenyan soldiers were killed but conflicting media reports in the country put the figure of dead soldiers at 68.




The militants detonated three vehicles laden with explosives before overrunning the camp.


TUKO.co.ke revealed that the men behind the attack were the Salah Nabhan brigade.

The brigade is a well trained commando group of al-Shabaab which was named after a Mombasa based al-qaeda operative Salah Nabhan.

Watch a video on the Kulbiyow attack below.

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29 January, 2017

DHAMBAAL TACSI AH UU DIRAAYO MUSTASHAR AXMED CARWO , GEERIDA MARXUUM SAED AXMED GUULEED


INAA LILLAH WA INNAA ILLEYHI RAAJACUUN. Waxaan tacsi u dirayaa xaaskii, tafiirtii, ehelkii, qarabadii, xigtadii, xigaalkii, iyo guud ahaan qaranka Soomaliland xukuumad iyo shacbiba geerida Maxuum SAED AXMED GUULEED. Si gaar aha waxaan u tacsiyadeynayaa Danjire Cabdifataax Saed iyo reer Axmed Guuleed, Jaaliyadda Somaliland ee UK iyo Gobalka Maroodijeex ee uu ka soo jeeday.
 
Marxuum Saed Axmed Guuleed, waxuu ahaa nin aan ka daalin taakuleynta reer Soomaliland gudo iyo debedba, isagoo ahaa oday ka hawl gala isku-xidhka bulshada iyo ka odayeynta arrimaha jaaliyadda. Waxuu ahaa nin af gaaban, qunyar socod ah, oon cidna dhibin. Nin Alle ka cabsi badan oo masjidka ku xidhan.

Alle waxaan marxuumka uga baryayaa dambi dhaaf, iyo inuu qabriga u nuuro una waasiciyo, kuna manaysto jannatul fardaws, dhammaanna ina waafajiyo samir iyo duco.

INNAA LILLAAH WA INNA ILLEYHI RAAJACUUN.

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23 January, 2017

DHAMBAAL TACSI AH UU DIRAAYO MUSTASHAR AXMED CARWO , GEERIDA MARXUUM XUSEEN CALI XIRSI


INAA LILLAH WA INNAA ILLEYHI RAAJACUUN. Waxaan tacsi u dirayaa xaasaskii, tafiirtii, ehelkii, qarabadii, xigtadii, xigaalkii, iyo guud ahaan qaranka Soomaliland xukuumad iyo shacbiba geerida Maxuum Mujaahid Xuseen Cali Xirsi Carwo 
Marxuum Muj. Xuseeni, waxuu ahaa nin naftiisa u huray qaranka, isaga oo ilaa xiligii gumeysiga ahaa shaqaale dawladeed, isla markaasna qayb libaax ka qaatay halgankii SNM isaga oo dhammaan guddoomayaashii SNM la shaqeeyey oo u ahaa Chief of Staff, isla markaasna la soo shaqeeyey seddexda Madaxweyne ee Cabdirahmaan, Cigaal iyo Riyaale, kaalin talo bixin ahna la lahaa Madaxweyne Siilaanyo kolkan oo uu da' ahaa. Nin firfircoon oo ka dhaqdhaqaaq badan dadiisa, waayo arag aan afkiisa xumaan iyo xajiimeyn  ka caaganaa, siyaasi danta guud ku hawlanaa oon marna ku danaysan. Waxuu ahaa aasasayaashii xisbigii UDUB

Oday dhaqan iyo siyaasadda casriga ah isku si u yaqaanay, dhalin iyo waayeel yaqaanay sida uu ula hadlo. Nin aan wax badan ka kasbaday taariikh iyo aqoon dad iyo dalba ah.

Alle waxaan marxuumka uga baryayaa dambi dhaaf, iyo inuu qabriga u nuuro una waasiciyo, kuna manaysto jannatul fardaws, dhammaanna ina waafajiyo samir iyo duco.

INNAA LILLAAH WA INNA ILLEYHI RAAJACUUN.

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17 January, 2017

What we've learnt about Donald Trump's Africa Policy


What we've learnt about Donald Trump's Africa Policy

Tuesday January 17, 2017
NEWS WEEK

Kenyan artist Evans Yegon, also known as Yogonizer, works on his painting of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump at his workshop at the GoDown art Centre in Nairobi on December 15, 2016. Trump has had very little to say on U.S. policy towards Africa since his election victory. The President-elect of the United States has had precious little to say about U.S. policy toward Africa since his shock election victory in November 2016.

But a four-page list of questions on U.S. policy in Africa, submitted by Donald Trump’s transition team to the State Department, has indicated a possible skepticism about the country’s counter-terrorism policy in Africa, and also raises questions about the continuation of aid programs.

The questions, reported by the New York Times, provide the first substantial indication of how Trump’s team sees U.S.-Africa policy changing over the next four years. Newsweek analyzes their possible implications:

Security and counter-terrorism in Africa

The Trump team’s questions appear to cast doubt on the efficacy of U.S. efforts at combating militant groups in Africa. In Somalia, where the United States has been involved militarily on and off for at least two decades, Trump’s team was blunt: “We’ve been fighting Al-Shabab for a decade, why haven’t we won?”

The question is a valid one, according to Stig Jarle Hansen, an Al-Shabab expert and research fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard University. “It’s not only the U.S. failing to defeat Al-Shabab, it’s actually the U.S. failing to defeat almost any jihadi group in Africa and maybe [even] outside Africa,” says Hansen.

While U.S. airstrikes and joint operations with Somali security forces have had some successes, Al-Shabab remains a potent threat in the Horn of Africa country, regularly carrying out suicide bombings, including in the capital Mogadishu. Jansen says that he does not expect Trump to pull the U.S. out of Somalia, but that he is likely to place more emphasis on training local security forces in order to finally eradicate militant groups like Al-Shabab.

Trump’s team also questioned the usefulness of a signature policy of outgoing U.S. President Barack Obama in Africa: the hunt for Joseph Kony. The Ugandan warlord’s Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA), launched an insurgency against the Ugandan government in the 1980s but has become a peripheral threat in recent years, limited to kidnappings and attacks on small villages in South Sudan, Central African Republic and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Obama committed 100 troops to hunt for Kony in 2011 and upped the deployment with another 150 air forces in 2014.

“It seems quite likely that the Trump administration will stop funding the U.S. mission searching for Kony,” says Phil Clark, an expert on Africa’s Great Lakes region at SOAS University of London. “For Trump, military adventures in Africa—unless they relate to Islamist extremism—are a much lower priority than in other parts of the world.”

Foreign aid and trade

Trump’s team appears to be keen to review and, if necessary, cull aid agreements and trade pacts with sub-Saharan African countries. On the plan introduced by George W. Bush to tackle HIV/AIDS on the continent, known as PEPFAR, the Trump team queried: “Is PEPFAR worth the massive investment when there are so many security concerns in Africa? Is PEPFAR becoming a massive, international entitlement program?” PEPFAR has committed more than $70 billion in funding to fighting HIV/AIDS—as well as tuberculosis and malaria—since 2003. The program has provided life-saving antiretroviral drugs for 11.5 million people.

The president-elect’s team also questioned whether U.S. aid to Africa could be going to the wrong places. “With so much corruption in Africa, how much of our funding is stolen?” the team asked the State Department.

“Trump seems to view most African states as inherently corrupt and squanderers of foreign aid,” says Clark. “This will probably mean some reduction in U.S. development programs in Africa and a scaling back of pro-Africa trade agreements.” The latter could include the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA), which gives African countries tariff-free access to U.S. markets; AGOA was renewed until 2025 under President Obama.

One area where Trump’s team appear concerned at falling behind in Africa is in relation to Chinese investment on the continent. “How does U.S. business compete with other nations in Africa? Are we losing out to the Chinese?” the team asked. The figures show that Washington has fallen behind Beijing as Africa’s preferred business partner: China overtook the United States as Africa’s top trade partner in 2009, and in 2015, Chinese exports to Africa reached $103 billion, compared to $27 billion in U.S. exports, the Washington Post reported.

Trump’s impression of Africa

Overall, the questions indicate that a Trump administration will not view Africa as a foreign policy priority. This could work in the region’s favor, according to Alex Vines, head of the Africa Program at international affairs think tank Chatham House. “It’s not necessarily bad news for sub-Saharan Africa. It means that there won’t be senior level interventions in the region by the Trump administration, which means that middle-level officials might be able to frame policy,” says Vines.


Vines adds that the likely position adopted by Trump’s administration is not necessarily contrary to the outgoing U.S. government. “Even in the Obama period…Africa was not a high-level priority,” says Vines. “Trump’s not going to be able to escape some of the firefighting that takes place when crises pop up to bite you, but this will be handled by mid-level officials.” Vines points out that Obama only made one trip to Africa—to Ghana in 2009—during his first presidential term.

Clark agrees that Africa will likely “slide down” Trump’s list of foreign policy priorities, with the Republican’s key focus in the region being on containing Islamist militancy. “We should expect Africom [the U.S. military command center for Africa] to continue to play a major role under Trump, particularly in targeting these Islamist groups,” he says.

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16 January, 2017

DHAMBAAL TACSI AH UU DIRAAYO MUSTASHAR AXMED CARWO , GEERIDA MARXUUM PROF. XUSEEN MAXAMUUD AADAN (XUSEEN TANZANI)

INAA LILLAH WA INNAA ILLEYHI RAAJACUUN. Waxaan tacsi u dirayaa xaasaskii, tafiirtii, ehelkii, qarabadii, xigtadii, xigaalkii, iyo guud ahaan qaranka Soomaliland xukuumad iyo shacbiba geerida Maxuum Prof. Xuseen Tanzani, 

Marxuum Prof. Xuseen Tanzani, waxuu ahaa laambad aan cidi labeen oo ka iftiimeysa degaanada Soomaaliyeed, gaar ahaan dalka Somaliland ee uu ka soo jeeday. Wxuu ahaa nin aqoontiisa ula soo guuray Soomaalida si uu u horo aqoontiisa horumarka iyo kor u qaadka garaadka Soomaaliyeed. Waxuu ahaa muwaadin aan qabiilkiisu yahay Soomali, abtirsiintiisu ka bilaabanto Soomali kuna dhammaato Somali.
Waxuu qoray buugag badan oo uu kaga hadlaayo marxaladii Soomaalidu soo martay ilaa dagaalkii SNM iyo xukuumaddii keli-taliska ahyd, taas oo uu ku cadeeyey sida kaacnku u lumiyey kalsoonidiisa iyo khasaarinta juhdigii uu galiyey qoomiyadda Soomaaliyeed.

Waxaan ku xusuustaa, doodihii iyo workshoyadii uu 70naadka abaabuli jiray ee uu kor ugu qaadi jiray qarannimada iyo dal jaceylka qoomiyadda Soomaaliyeed meel kasta ooy joogtaba,

Alle waxaan marxuumka uga baryayaa dambi dhaaf, iyo inuu qabriga u nuuro una waasiciyo, kuna manaysto jannatul fardaws, dhammaanna ina waafajiyo samir iyo duco.

INNAA LILLAAH WA INNA ILLEYHI RAAJACUUN.

Mustashar Axmed Xasan Carwo
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15 January, 2017

TACSI MADAXWEYNE IN-NAA LILLAAHI WA IN-NAA ILAYHI RAAJICUUN

15/01/2017
TACSI MADAXWEYNE
IN-NAA LILLAAHI WA IN-NAA ILAYHI RAAJICUUN

Madaxweynaha Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland, Mudane, Axmed Maxamed Silaanyo, isagoo ku hadlaya magaciisa, ka dawladda iyo ka shacbiga Somaliland waxa uu tacsi u dirayaa aqoonyahanka, waxgaradka, waayeelka, qoyskii, eheladii, qaraabadii, asxaabtii iyo shacbiga Somaliland ee uu ka baxay Alle ha u naxariistee Marxuum Prof. Xuseen Maxamed Aadan  (Tanzania) oo ku geeriyooday dalka Maraykanka gaar ahaan magaalada Boston taariikdu markay ahayd 15/01/2016.
Madaxweynaha qaranka Somaliland waxa uu marxuumka ku sifeeyey Aqoonyahan taariikh facweyn ku leh guud ahaan soomaalida iyo aduunka, kana mid ahaa Aqoonyahanadii u horeeyey ee aduunku u aqoonsado Professor-nimadiisa, isagoo aqoon gaara u lahaa Culuunta Siyaasada (Political Science) ahaana aas-asihii unkay "Somali Studies International Association". Marxuumku waxa uu tusaale u ahaa aqoonyahanka dalka, waana tiir ka baxay dalka iyo dadka.
Madaxweynuhu waxa uu marxuumka ALLE uga baryayaa inuu naxariistii janno ka waraabiyo, aqoonyahanka, waxgaradka, waayeelka, qoyskii, eheladii, qaraabadii, asxaabtii iyo guud ahaanba shacbiga Somaliland ee uu ka baxayna samir iyo iimaan saadiqa ka siiyo.


IN-NAA LILLAAHI WA IN-NAA ILAYHI RAAJICUUN

    Xuseen Aadan Cige (Deyr)
Af-hayeenka Madaxtooyada JSL.

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WAR-SAXAAFADEED MADAXWEYNE

Taariikh: - 15/01/2017

WAR-SAXAAFADEED

Madaxweynaha Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland, Mudane Axmed Maxamed Silaanyo, waxa uu wareegto madaxweyne oo summadiisu tahay JSL/M/WM/222-4481/012017 uu Wasaaradda Cadaaladda kaga wareejiyey Maamulka Shaqaalaha iyo Miisaaniyadda Maxkamadaha Hoose, Kaaliyayaasha, Gaadhsiiyayaasha iyo Adeegayayaasha ka hawl gala Maxkamadaha Hoose ee Dalka kuna wareejiyeyMaxkamadda Sare ee JSL, Maamulka iyo Miisaaniyadda Maxkamadaha Hoose ee Dalka. magaca Wasaraaduna uu noqon-doono “Wasaarada Cadaaladda JSL”, sida uu dhigayo Qodobka 106aad ee Dastuurka Jamhuuriyada Somaliland.

Wareegtada Madaxweynaha JSL:

Ku:      Wasiirka Wasaaradda Cadaalada                                                                    
Ku:      Guddoomiyaha Maxkamadda Sare ee JSL ahna            Guddoomiyaha Guddida Cadaaladda
Ku:      Wasiirka Wasaaradda Maaliyadda                                                                               
Og:     Guddoomiyaha Hay’adda Shaqaalaha Dawladda                                                    
Og:     Xubnaha Guddida Cadaaladda                                                                 
Og:     Wasiirka Wasaaradda Madaxtooyada                                                             

Ujeeddo:                   Wareegto Madaxwayne Wareejinta Maamulka iyo Miisaaniyadda                              Maxkamadaha Hoose
Mudanayaal iyo Marwo,

Markaan Arkay:       Qodobka 90aad ee Dastuurka Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland;
Markaan Arkay:       Qodobbada 37aad, 97aad, 99aad, 106aad, 107aad iyo 108aad        ee Dastuurka Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland iyo Xeerka Nidaamka          Garsoorka Xeer Lr. 24/2003;

Markaan Arkay:                   Qodobka 97aad, Faqradiisa 2aad ee Dastuurka Jamhuuriyadda             Somaliland, kaasi oo dhigaya in Waaxda Garsoorku ay            hawlaheeda u fuliso si waafaqsan Dastuurka, iyada oo ka          madax-bannaan Waaxaha kale ee Qaranka;

Markaan  Arkay:                  Qoraalka summadiisu tahay MS/GMS/G-7/69/2016 ee ku taariikhaysan 27/01/2016, ujeeddadiisuna ahayd codsi ka soo wareejin Wasaaradda Cadaaladda Maamulka iyo Miisaaniyadda Maxkamadaha Hoose, qoraalkaas oo ka soo baxay Xafiiska Guddida Cadaaladda 27/01/2016;

Markaan Arkay:                   Qoraalka Guddoomiyaha Maxkamadda Sare ee JSL ee summadiisu tahay MS/GMJ/G-18/27/2016, ee ku taariikhaysan 21/02/2016, ujeeddadiisuna ahayd in lagu soo wareejiyo Maxkamadda Sare ee JSL Maamulka iyo Miisaniyada Maxkamadaha Hoose;

Markaan Ogaaday:             In Wasaaradda Cadaaladdu ay Miisaniyadda Maxkamadaha Hoose ku maamuleysey Digreeto Madaxweyne Lr. 47/1996 kaas oo ka horreeyay Dhaqan-gelkii Dastuurka Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland;

Markaan Arkay:                   Qoraalka Garyaqaanka Guud ee Qaranka ee summadiisu tahay TIX/XGGQ/X/H/138/2016, kuna taariikhaysan 20/12/2016, ujeeddadiisuna ahayd Talo-bixin Sharci ee Maamulka Maaliyadda Maxkamadaha Hoose ee Dalka;

Markaan Tix-geliyey:         Qoraalka ka soo baxay dhammaanaba Guddoomiyeyaasha                                 Maxkamadaha Rafcaanada Gobollada Dalka, kuwaas oo ku caddeeyey qoraalaadaasi tabasho ay ka qabaan Maamulka iyo Miisaniyadda Maxkmadaha Hoose ee ay Wasaaradda Cadaaladdu gacanta ku hayso;

Waxaan soo saaray;

1.      In laga bilaabo Sannad Miisaaniyadeedka 2017-ka, waxaa Wasaaradda Cadaaladda laga soo wareejiyey Maamulka iyo Miisanayada Maxkamadaha Hoose ee Dalka.

2.      In lagu wareejiyo Maxkamadda Sare ee JSL Maamulka iyo Miisaaniyadda Maxkamadaha Hoose ee Dalka, si loo kala madax bannaaneeyo Waaxaha Qaranka, sida ay dhigayaan Qodobka 37aad, Faqraddiisa 2aad iyo Qodobka 97aad ee Dastuurka Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland.

3.      In Kaaliyayaasha, Gaadhsiiyayaasha iyo Adeegayayaasha ka hawl gala Maxkamadaha Hoose ee Dalka, la hoos geeyo Maxkamadda Sare, nidaamka shaqaalayntoodana iyada oo loo raacayo Qodobka 108aad, Faqraddiisa 1aad ee Dastuurka Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland iyo Xeerka Nidaamka Garsoorka ee Xeer Lr. 24/2003.

4.      In magaca Wasaraaduna uu noqdo “Wasaarada Cadaaladda JSL”, sida uu dhigayo Qodobka 106aad ee Dastuurka Jamhuuriyada Somaliland.

Haddaba, waxaan farayaa Wasiirka Wasaarada Cadaaladda in uu si dhamaystiran ugu Wareejiyo Maxkamadda Sare Maamulka Shaqaalaha iyo Miisaaniyadda Maxkamadaha Hoose ee Dalka.

Sidoo kale, waxaan farayaa Wasiirka Wasaaradda Maaliyadda iyo Hay’addaha kale ee ay khusayso in ay dhaqan geliyaan Wareegtadan, isla markaana ay ka gutaan waajibaadkooda dastuuriga ah.


ALLAA MAHAD LEH




   Xuseen Aadan Cige (Deyr)
Af-hayeenka Madaxtooyada JSL
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14 January, 2017

DHAMBAAL TACSI AH UU DIRAAYO MUSTASHAR AXMED CARWO , GEERIDA MARXUUM MAXAMUUD AXMED XIRSI (DHOOLDAHABLE)

INAA LILLAH WA INNAA ILLEYHI RAAJACUUN. Waxaan tacsi u dirayaa xaasaskii, tafiirtii, ehelkii, qarabadii, xigtadii, xigaalkii, iyo guud ahaan qaranka Soomaliland xukuumad iyo shacbiba geerida Maxuum Maxamuud Dhooldahable, gaar ahaan gobalka Maroodijeex ee uu ka soo jeeday, iyo xisbiga Kulmiye, iyo qoyska reer Dhooldahable ee uu odayga u ahaa.  Waxaan tacsida kaga wakiil ahay xaaskeyga, iyo reer Cabdi Carwo meel kasta ooy kala jooganba.

Marxuum Maxamuud Dhooldahable, waxuu ahaa saxiibada ugu qaalisanaa ee aabahay AHU uu lahaa, anna waxuu ii ahaa waalid talo iyo tilmaan badan iyo taariikhba aan ka helay. Marxuum Maxamuud waxaan keli u helay fursad dahab ah, kol aanu bil ku wado jirnay Hotel Horseed ee Jabuuti 1981. Kolkaas oon tegi kari waayey Xamar, deedna fiiso camal Sucuudi ah,ley soo dhigay Jabuuti. Maqribka ilaa saacadaha yaryar ee habeenkii waxay noo ahayd kulan joogto ah, annagoo xiligaas heli jirnay war dhiilo ah oo joogto ah kana yimaada Hargeysa, iyo dhacdooyin taariikheed oon si wacan uga guntay marxuumka.

Waxaan ku xusuustaa, nin bulshaawi ah oo dad jiidasho iyo dad jeceyl ku dhammaa, hoggaamiye aftahan ah oo ku dhiiran weedhiisa, gar yaqaan aan duulduulin, iyo xaakin garta lagu aamino. Marxuum Maxamuud waxuu ahaa halyeel ka mid ah raggii qoraga qaatay iyaga oon da'du ka duwin xaqaa uu isu taagay halgankii SNM, nin kaalinta dhalinta iyo waayeeku isagu mid ahaa. Nin talaabo dheer oo aragti fog.
Waxuu ahaa tiir adag oo ka mid ah raggii dhidibka u aasay qarannimada Soomaliland. Kamuu nasan ee waxuu u guntaday dhismihii xisbiyada iyo dimuquraadiyadda, isagoo kow ka ahaa musdambeedka xisbiga Kulmiye. Kumuu gaabin talo bixinta hoggaaminta dalka, isagoo ahaa saaaxiib weyn oo uu Madaxweyne Axmed Maxamed lahaa, ilaa intii uu xanuunku soo ritay, xanuunkaas oo uu muddo sannado aha u jiifay.

Alle waxaan marxuumka uga baryayaa dambi dhaaf, iyo inuu qabriga u nuuro una waasiciyo, kuna manaysto jannatul fardaws, dhammaanna ina waafajiyo samir iyo duco.

INNAA LILLAAH WA INNA ILLEYHI RAAJACUUN.

Mustashar Axmed Xasan Carwo
La-taliyaha Madaxweynha JSL ee Dhaqaalaha,Ganacsiga iyo Maalgashiga,
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11 January, 2017

DHAMBAAL TACSI AH OO UU DIRAYO MUSTASHAR AXMED CARWO, GEERIDA MARXUUM ANIIS SAALAX XAAJI XASAN


DHAMBAAL TACSI AH OO UU DIRAYO MUSTASHAR AXMED CARWO, GEERIDA MARXUUM  ANIIS SAALAX XAAJI XASAN



 Waxaan tacsida la wadaagayaa anigoo ka wakiil ah dhammaan reer Cabdi Carwo, xaaskeyga Amaal Cumar Carte, ehel, asxaab, qaraabo, xigto iyo xigaalka marxuumaka, gaar ahaan Xaaskiisa Iyo tafiirtiisa meel kasta ooy degan yihiin.Sidoo kale ayaan tacsida la wadaagayaa qaranka Soomaliland ee uu muddo dheer u shaqeeyey shacbi iyo xukuumadba, gaar ahaan GOBALKA SANAAG, ee uu muddo dheer ka ahaa isuduwaha Waxbarashada.
 Marxuum Aniis waxuu ahaa nin muwaadin ah oo hawlaha qaran muddo dheer ku jiray isla markaasna ahaa xisbiyahan ka hawl galay xisbiga Kulmiye xiligii doorashooyinka Madaxtooyada 2010, oo aanu meelo badan ku kulnay.


Allow qabriga u nuur, u waasici, ugana dhig beer ka mid ah beeraha janatul fardawsta sare. Annagana dhammaan na waafaji samir iyo duco.









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06 December, 2016

DHAMBAAL TACSI AH OO UU DIRAYO MUSTASHAR AXMED CARWO, GEERIDA MARXUUM AXMED AADAN CALI (GOODIR)


DHAMBAAL TACSI AH OO UU DIRAYO MUSTASHAR AXMED CARWO, GEERIDA MARXUUM  AXMED AADAN CALI (GOODIR)



 Waxaan tacsida la wadaagayaa anigoo ka wakiil ah dhammaan reer Cabdi Carwo, xaaskeyga Amaal Cumar Carte, ehel, asxaab, qaraabo, xigto iyo xigaalka marxuumaka, gaar ahaan Xaaskiisa Iyo tafiirtiisa meel kasta ooy degan yihiin.Sidoo kale ayaan tacsida la wadaagayaa qaranka Soomaliland ee uu muddo dheer u shaqeeyey shacbi iyo xukuumadba, gaar ahaan xisbiga Kulmiye oo uu ahaa musdambeedka amran.

 Marxuum Axmed waxuu ii ahaa aabbo oo kale nin aad u yaqaanay aabahay oo wax badan iiga sheegay, anna aan fursad u helay inaan la shaqeeyo. Waxuu ahaa nin talooyin badan i siiyey xili aan u baahnaa, nin wax badan oon ku dhaqaaqi lahaa iga qabtay, ii sheegay in siyaasaddu tahay samir iyo dulqaad. Waxuu ahaa nin ila jecel meel weyn iyo xil culus tamartiina xaawilay. Waxuu ii sheegay in kolka wax culus iyo meel adag arrin kaa galo inaan dagaal la qaadin iyo inaan laga cararin ee la xamilo, lana sugu fursad guul lagu gaadho. Waa talo aan ku dhaqmo wanaagna aan ku gaadhay. Waxuu ahaa siyaasi hadal cad oo geesi ku ah fikirkiisa, yaqaanay xiliga weydha la rito iyo xiliga aamuska yahay tabta ugu fiican.

Marxuum Axmed Aadan Cali (Goodir) waxa uu ahaa siyaasi ruug-caddaa ah oo taariikh wayn ku lahaa Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland oo uu shaqooyin iyo xilal kala duwan ka soo qabtay dawladihii kala dambeeyey ee soo maray dalka, waxa uu ka mid ahaa toddobadii xubnood ee Komishankii Doorashooyinkii ugu horreeyey ee Somaliland, waxaannu hadda ahaa La-taliyaha Madaxweynaha ee arrimaha dawladaha hoose, waxa kaloo uu ka mid ahaa xubnaha Golaha Dhexe ee xisbiga KULMIYE. Sidoo kale, waxa uu doorka wayn ku lahaa halgannadii kala dambeeyey ee waddanka iyo dadaalladii dawlad dhiska Qaranka Somaliland.

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Mustashar Axmed Xasan Carwo
La-taliyaha Madaxweynha ee Dhaqaalaha, Ganacsiga iyo Maalgashiga

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