10 February, 2016

11. Abdullah Ibn Umar(R.A.)

At Shaykhan, halfway between Madinah and Uhud, the thousand strong Muslim army led by the Prophet stopped. The sun had begun to sink beneath the horizon. The Prophet dismounted from his horse Sakb. He was fully dressed for battle. A turban was wound about his helmet. He wore a breastplate beneath which was a coat of mail which was fastened with a leather sword belt. A shield was slung across his back and his sword hung from his side.

As the sun set, Bilal called the adhan and they prayed. The Prophet then reviewed his troops once more and it was then that he noticed in their midst the presence of eight boys who despite their age were hoping to take part in the battle. Among them were Zayd's son Usamah and Umar's son Abdullah, both only thirteen years old. The Prophet ordered them all to return home immediately. Two of the boys however demonstrated that they were able fighters and were allowed to accompany the army to the Battle of Uhu d while the others were sent back to their families.

From an early age, Abdullah ibn Umar thus demonstrated his keenness to be associated with the Prophet in all his undertakings. He had accepted Islam before he was ten years old and had made the Hijrah with his father and his sister, Hafsah, who was later to become a wife of the Prophet. Before Uhud he was also turned away from the Battle of Badr and it was not until the Battle of the Ditch the he and Usamah, both now fifteen years old and others of their age were allowed to join the ranks of the men not only for the digging of the trench but for the battle when it came.

From the time of his hijrah till the time of his death more than seventy years later, Abdullah ibn Umar distinguished himself in the service of Islam and was regarded among Muslims as "the Good One, son of the Good One", according to Abu Musa al-Ashari. H e was known for his knowledge, his humility, his generosity, his piety, his truthfulness, his incorruptibility and his constancy in acts of ibadah.

From his great and illustrious father, Umar, he learnt a great deal and both he and his father had the benefit of learning from the greatest teacher of all, Muhammad the Messenger of God. Abdullah would observe and scrutinize closely every saying and act ion of the Prophet in various situations and he would practise what he observed closely and with devotion. For example, if Abdullah saw the Prophet performing Salat in a particular place, he would later pray in the same place. If he saw the Prophet makin g a supplication while standing, he would also make a dua while standing. If he saw him making a dua while sitting, he would do the same. On a journey if he saw the Prophet descend from his camel at a particular place and pray two rakats, and he had occa sion to pass on the same route, he would stop at the same place and pray two rakats. In a particular place in Makkah, he once observed the Prophet's camel making two complete turns before he dismounted and prayed two rakats. It might be that the camel did that involuntarily but Abdullah ibn Umar when he happened to be in the same place at another time, made his camel complete two turns before making it kneel and dismounting. He then prayed two rakats in precisely the same manner as he had seen the Prophet do.

Aishah, may God be pleased with her, noticed this devotion of Abdullah to the Prophet and remarked: "There was no one who followed the footsteps of the Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace, in the places where he alighted as did Ibn Umar." In spite of his close observance of the Prophet's actions, Abdullah was extremely cautious, even afraid, of reporting the sayings of the Prophet. He would only relate a hadith if he was completely sure that he remembered every word of it. One of his contemporaries said:

"Among the companions of the Prophet, no one was more cautious about adding to or subtracting from the hadith of the Prophet than Abdullah ibn Umar." Similarly he was extremely cautious and reluctant to make legal judgments (fatwas).' Once someone came to him asking for a judgment on a particular matter and Abdullah ibn Umar replied: "I have no knowledge of what you ask." The man went on his way and Ab dullah clapped his hands in glee and said to himself: "The son of Umar was asked about what he does not know and he said: I do not know."

Because of this attitude he was reluctant to be a qadi even though he was well qualified to be one. The position of qadi was one of the most important and esteemed offices in the Muslim society and state bringing with it honor, glory and even riches but h e declined this position when it was offered him by the Khalifah Uthman. His reason for so doing was not that he underestimated the importance of the position of qadi but because of his fear of committing errors of judgment in matters pertaining to Islam. Uthman made him agree not to disclose his decision lest it might influence the many other companions of the Prophet who actually performed the duties of judges and juris consults.

Abdullah ibn Umar was once described as the "brother of the night." He would stay up at night performing Salat, weeping and seeking God's forgiveness and reading Quran. To his sister, Hafsah, the Prophet once said: "What a blessed man is Abdullah. Should he perform Salat at night he would be blessed even more." From that day, Abdullah did not abandon aiyam alLayl whether at home or on journeys. In the stillness of the nights, he would remember God much, perform Salat and read the Quran and weep. Like his father, tears came readily to his eyes especially when he heard the warning verses of the Quran. Ubayd ibn Umayr has related that one day he read these verses to Abdullah ibn Umar:

"How then (will the sinners fare on Judgment Day) when We shall bring forward witnesses from within every community and bring you (O Prophet) as witness against them? Those who were bent on denying the truth and paid no heed to the Apostle will on that Da y wish that the earth would swallow them but they shall not (be able to) conceal from God anything that has happened." (Surah an-Nisa, 4:41-42).

Abdullah cried on listening to these verses until his beard was moist with tears. One day, he was sitting among some close friends and he read: "Woe unto those who give short measure, those who, when they are to receive their due from people, demand that it be given in full but when they have to measure or weigh whatever they owe to others, give less than what is due. Do they not know that they are bound to be raised from the dead (and called to account) on an awesome Day, the Day when all men shall stan d before the Sustainer of all the worlds?" (The Quran, Surah al Mutaffifin, 83: 1-6). At this point he kept on repeating "the Day when all men shall stand before the Sustainer of all the worlds" over and over again and weeping until he was faint.

Piety, simplicity and generosity combined in Abdullah to make him a person who was highly esteemed by the companions and those who came after them. He gave generously and did not mind parting with wealth even if he himself would fall in want as a result. He was a successful and trustworthy trader throughout his life. In addition to this he had a generous stipend from the Bayt al-Mal which he would often spend on the poor and those in need. Ayyub ibn Wail ar-Rasi recounted one incident of his generosity: One day Umar received four thousand dirhams and a velvet blanket. The following day Ayyub saw him in the suq buying fodder for his camel on credit. Ayyub then went to Abdullah's family and asked:

"Didn't Abu Abdur-Rahman (meaning Abdullah ibn Umar) get four thousand dirhams and a blanket yesterday?" "Yes, indeed," they replied. "But I saw him today in the suq buying fodder for his camel and he had no money to pay for it." "Before nightfall yesterday. he had parted with it all. Then he took the blanket and threw it over his shoulder and went out. When he returned it was not with him. We asked him about it and he said that he had given it to a poor person," they explained.

Abdullah ibn Umar encouraged the feeding and the helping of the poor and the needy. Often when he ate, there were orphans and poor people eating with him. He rebuked his children for treating the rich and ignoring the poor. He once said to them: "You invite the rich and forsake the poor."

For Abdullah, wealth was a servant not a master. It was a means towards attaining the necessities of life, not for acquiring luxuries. He was helped in this attitude by his asceticism and simple life-style. One of his friends who came from Khurasan once brought him a fine elegant piece of clothing: "I have brought this thawb for you from Khurasan," he said. "It would certainly bring coolness to your eyes. I suggest that you take off these coarse clothes you have and put on this beautiful thawb."

"Show it to me then," said Abdullah and on touching it he asked: "Is it silk?" "No, it is cotton," replied his friend. For a little while, Abdullah was pleased. Then with his right hand he pushed away the thawb and said: "No! I am afraid for myself. I fear that it shall make arrogant and boastful. And God does not love the arrogant boaster."

Maymun ibn Mahran relates the following: "I entered the house of Ibn Umar. I estimated everything in his house including his bed, his blanket, his carpet and everything else in it. What I found was not a hundred dirhams' worth." That was not because Abdullah ibn Umar was poor. Indeed he was rich. Neither was it because he was a miser for indeed he was generous and liberal.

09 February, 2016

10. Abdullah Ibn Mas`ud(R.A.)

When he was still a youth, not yet past the age of puberty, he used to roam the mountain trails of Makkah far away from people, tending the flocks of a Quraysh chieftain, Uqbah ibn Muayt. People called him "Ibn Umm Abd"- the son of the mother of a slave. His real name was Abdullah and his father's name was Mas'ud.

The youth had heard the news of the Prophet who had appeared among his people but he did not attach any importance to it both because of his age and because he was usually far away from Makkan society. It was his custom to leave with the flock of Uqbah early in the morning and not return until nightfall.

One day while tending the flocks, Abdullah saw two men, middle-aged and of dignified bearing, coming towards him from a distance. They were obviously very tired. They were also so thirsty that their lips and throat were quite dry. They came up to him, greeted him and said, "Young man, milk one of these sheep for us that we may quench our thirst and recover our strength."

"I cannot," replied the young man. "The sheep are not mine. I am only responsible for looking after them."

The two men did not argue with him. In fact, although they were so thirsty, they were extremely pleased at the honest reply. The pleasure showed on their faces . . .

The two men in fact were the blessed Prophet himself and his companion, Abu Bakr Siddiq. They had gone out on that day to the mountains of Makkah to escape the violent persecution of the Quraysh.

The young man in turn was impressed with the Prophet and his companion and soon became quite attached to them.

It was not long before Abdullah ibn Mas'ud became a Muslim and offered to be in the service of the Prophet. The Prophet agreed and from that day the fortunate Abdullah ibn Mas'ud gave up tending sheep in exchange for looking after the needs of the blesse d Prophet.

Abdullah ibn Mas'ud remained closely attached to the Prophet. He would attend to his needs both inside and outside the house. He would accompany him on journeys and expeditions. He would wake him when he slept. He would shield him when he washed. He would carry his staff and his siwak (toothbrush) and attend to his other personal needs.

Abdullah ibn Mas'ud received a unique training in the household of the Prophet. He was under the guidance of the Prophet, he adopted his manner and followed his every trait until it was said of him, "He was the closest to the Prophet in character."

Abdullah was taught in the "school" of the Prophet. He was the best reciter of the Qur'an among the companions and he understood it better than them all. He was therefore the most knowledgeable on the Shariah. Nothing can illustrate this better than the story of the man who came to Umar ibn al-Khattab as he was standing on the plain of Arafat and said:

"I have come, O Amir al-Mu'mineen, from Kufah where I left a man filling copies of the Qur'an from memory."

Umar became very angry and paced up and down beside his camel, fuming.

"Who is he?" he asked.

"Abdullah ibn Masiud," replied the man.

Umar's anger subsided and he regained his composure.

"Woe to you," he said to the man. "By God, I don't know of any person left who is more qualified in this matter than he is. Let me tell you about this." Umar continued:

"One night the Messenger of God, peace be upon him, was havmg a conversation with Abu Bakr about the situation of Muslims. I was with them. When the Prophet left, we left with him also and as we passed through the mosque, there was a man standing in Prayer whom we did not recognise. The Prophet stood and listened to him, then turned to us and said, 'Whoever wants to read the Qur'an as fresh as when it was revealed, then let him read according to the recitation of Ibn Umm Abd.'

After the Prayer, as Abdullah sat making supplications, the Prophet, peace be on him, said, "Ask and it will be given to you. Ask and it will be given to you."

Umar continued: "I said to myselfÑI shall go to Abdullah ibn Mas'ud straight away and tell him the good news of the Prophet's ensuring acceptance of his supplications. I went and did so but found that Abu Bakr had gone before me and conveyed the good news to him. By God, I have never yet beaten Abu Bakr in the doing of any good."

Abdullah ibn Mas'ud attained such a knowledge of the Qur'an that he would say, "By Him besides Whom there is no god, no verse of the book of God has been revealed without my knowing where it was revealed and the circumstances of its revelation. By God, if I know there was anyone who knew more of the Book of Allah, I will do whatever is in my power to be with him."

Abdullah was not exaggerating in what he said about himself. Once Umar ibn al-Khattab met a caravan on one of his Journeys as caliph. It was pitch dark and the caravan could not be seen properly. Umar ordered someone to hail the caravan. It happened that Abdullah ibn Mas'ud was in it.

"From where do you come?" asked Umar.

"From a deep valley," came the reply. (The expresion used fadj amiqÑ deep valleyÑis a Qur'anic one).

"And where are you going?" asked Umar.

"To the ancient house," came the reply. (The expression used al-bayt al-atiqÑthe ancient houseÑis a Qur'anic one.)

"There is a learned person (alim) among them," said Umar and he commanded someone to ask the person:

"Which part of the Qur'an is the greatest?"

" 'God. There is no god except Him, the Living, the Selfsubsisting. Neither slumber overtakes Him nor sleep,' " replied the person answering, quoting the Ayat al-Kursi (the verse of the Throne).

"Which part of the Qur'an is the most clear on justice?"

" 'God commands what is just and fair, the feeding of relatives . . .' " came the answer.

"What is the most comprehensive statement of the Qur'an?" " 'Whoever does an atom's weight of good shall see it, and whoever does an atom's weight of evil shall see it.' "

"Which part of the Qur'an gives rise to the greatest hope?"

" 'Say, O my servants who have wasted their resources, do not despair of the mercy of God. Indeed, God forgives all sins. He is the Forgiving, the Compassionate.' "

Thereupon Umar asked: "Is Abdullah ibn Masiud among you?"

"Yes, by God," the men in the caravan replied.

Abdullah ibn Mas'ud was not only a reciter of the Qur'an, a learned man or a fervent worshipper. He was in addition a strong and courageous fighter, one who became deadly serious when the occasion demanded it.

The companions of the Prophet were together one day in Makkah. They were still few in number, weak and oppressed. They said, "The Quraysh have not yet heard the Qur'an being recited openly and loudly. Who is the man who could recite it for them?"

"I shall recite it for them," volunteered Abdullah ibn Mas'ud.

"We are afraid for you," they said. "We only want someone who has a clan who would protect him from their

"Let me," Abdullah ibn Mas'ud insisted, "Allah shall protect me and keep me away from their evil." He then went out to the mosque until he reached Maqam Ibrahim (a few metres from the Ka'bah). It was dawn and the Quraysh were sitting around the Ka'bah. Abdullah stopped at the Maqam and began to recite:

" 'Bismillahir Rahmani-r Rahim. ArRahman. Allama-l | Qur'an. Khalaqa-l insan. Allamahu-l bayan . . . (In the | name of God, the Beneficent, the Merciful. The Merciful s God. He has taught the Qur'an. He has created man and taught him the clear truth . . .)' "

He went on reciting. The Quraysh looked at him intently and some of them asked:

"What is Ibn Umm Abd saying?"

"Damn him! He is reciting some of what Muhammad brought!" they realized.

They went up to him and began beating his face as he continued reciting. When he went back to his companions, the blood was flowing from his face.

"This is what we feared for you," they said.

"By God," replied Abdullah, "the enemies of God are not more comfortable than I at this moment. If you wish. I shall go out tomorrow and do the same."

"You have done enough," they said. "You have made them hear what they dislike."

Abdullah ibn Masiud lived to the time of Khalifah Uthman, may God be pleased with him. When he was sick and on his death-bed, Uthman came to visit him and said:

"What is your ailment?"

"My sins."

"And what do you desire?"

"The mercy of my Lord."

"Shall I not give you your stipend which you have refused to take for years now?"

"I have no need of it."

"Let it be for your doughters after you."

"Do you fear poverty for my children? I have commanded them to read Surah Al-Waqi'ah every night for I have heard the Prophet saying, 'Whoever reads Al-Waqi'ah every night shall ot be effected by poverty ever.'"

That night, Abdullah passed away to the company of his Lord, his toughte moist with the rememberance of God and with the recitation of the verses of His Book.

08 February, 2016



L-taliayaha Madaxweynaha JSL Mustashar Axmed Carwo Isagoo ku hadlaaya magaciisa iyo ka xaaskiisa Amal Cumar Carte iyo ka reer Cabdi Carwo waxa uu tacsi u  dirayaa Qoyskii, Qaraabadii, Eheladii, Asxaabtii  ee uu ka baxay Marxuum Siciid Ibraahim Xayd oo maanta 8/02/2016 lagu aasay magaalada London,  Waxaanu si gaar aha u tacsiyadeynayaa  tafiirtiisa iyo reer Ibraahim Xayd meel kasta ooy joogaan

Marxuumku wuxuu ahaa odayada London waliba kuwii ugu soo horeeyey ee qaxootinimadu dalkooda ka soo kicisay. Oday aan ka gaabsan hawlihii bulsho ee xiliyadii qadhaadhaa ka jiray dalka. Waxuu ahaa nin cibaado badan oo ku samray xanuun muddo dheer hayey.

La-taliyaha Madaxweynuhu waxa uu marxuumka ALLE uga baryayaa inuu naxariistiisa janatu fardawsa ka waraabiyo. Qoyskii, Qaraabadii, Eheladii, Asxaabtii iyo guud ahaan  gobalka Maroodi jeex ee uu ka soo jeeday, inuu Alle waafajiyo  samir iyo duco.

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06 February, 2016



L-taliayaha Madaxweynaha JSL Mustashar Axmed Carwo Isagoo ku hadlaaya magaciisa iyo ka xaaskiisa Amal Cumar Carte iyo ka reer Cabdi Carwo waxa uu tacsi u  dirayaa Qoyskii, Qaraabadii, Eheladii, Asxaabtii iyo Shacbiga Somaliland ee uu ka baxay Marxuum Ambassador Cabdillaahi Siciid Cismaan oo Jimcihii hore ku geeriyooday laguna aasay gobolka Virginia. Waxaan si gaar aha u tacsiyadeynayaa  Marwadiisa Khadra Muhumad Rodol. reer Siciid Cismaan, iyo reer Carte Qaalib.

Marxuumku wuxuu ku dhashay magaalada Berbera wuxuuna ahaa safiirkii Geneva iyo UN-ta u fadhiyey Xukuumaddii Dalkii Burburay ee la isku odhan jiray Soomaaliya.

La-taliyaha Madaxweynuhu waxa uu marxuumka ALLE uga baryayaa inuu naxariistii janatu fardawsa ka waraabiyo Qoyskii, Qaraabadii, Eheladii, Asxaabtii iyo Shacbiga Somaliland iyo ehelkiisa daafaha dunida kala jooga gaar ahaan inta badan ee ku nool Deegaanka Soomalida ee Itoobiya, ee uu ka baxayna samir iyo iimaan ka siiyo.

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02 February, 2016

: Madaxweynaha Qaranka oo Derejo dalacsiina ku taxay qaar ka mida Saraakiisha Ciidamada

Madaxweynaha Qaranka Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland oo maalmahan ku guda jiray socdaal uu ugu kicitimay gobolada bariga qaar ka mida ayaa saaka subaxnimadii hore magaalada burco uga jarmaaday dhinaca bariga, isagoo gaadhay gobolka saraar gaar ahaan magaalo madaxdiisa Caynabo oo madaxweynaha iyo weftigii ku wehelinaayey safarka si weyn loogu soo dhaweeyey iyadoo halkaana loogu sameeyey Quraacdii.


Ka dibna weftigu waxay halkaa ka sii wateen socdaalkoodi shaqo iyaga oo u sii jeeday ama yoolkoodu ahaa ka qaybgalka Sannad Guurada 22aad ee ka soo wareegtay Aas-aaska Ciidanka Qaranka Somaliland munaasibadaas oo lagu qabtay degmada Oog oo ka tirsan gobolka saraar, taas oo noqonaysa in markii ugu horaysay 22kaa sanno oo ka soo wareegtay aas-aaska ciidanka qaranka  lagu qabto gobol aan ahayn Maroodi-jeex balse taariikhdaa ayaa maanta is bedeshay kana dhigtay mid ku cusub oo buuga diwaanka madaxweyne Axmed Maxamed Siilaanyo ku xusnaan doonta laguna xasuusan doono marka loo eego madaxweyneyaashii soo maray somaliland, madaxweyne siilaanyana uu taariikhdaa baal dahab ah ka galay

Ciidamada ku sugan Taliska guud ee aaga bari ama fadhiisinka aaga bari oo ay iyaga maanta u ahayd badhaadhe iyo farxad aan la qiyaasi karin ayey u noqotay inay madaxweynahooda kula ciidaan sanad guuradooda 22aad, iyadoo madaxweynuhuna hambalyo u diray guud ahaan ciidamada Qaranka ama qalabka sida meel ay joogaanba.


ugu danbayna waxa uu madaxweynuhu halkaa ku dalacsiiyey kuna taxay derajooyin ay ugu hoosayso gaashaanle uguna sarayso sareeyo guudo oo uu ku abaal mariyey qaar ka mida ciidanka qaranka ee difaaca qaranka Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland heeganka ugu jira meel ay joogaanba.


waxa xusid mudan in madaxweynuhu yahay madaxweynihii suurageliyey in ciidamada kala duwan ee dalku ay yeeshaan astaan derejooyin u gaara oo ay ku kala danbeeyaan, iyadoo uu maantana ku darsaday madaxweynuhu inuu halkii ka sii anba qaado oo uu dalacsiiyo qaar ka mida ciidamadii uu hore ugu taxay derejooyinkaas, waxaanay noqonaysaa talaabo kale oo uu madaxweynuhu dhanka derejooyinka hore u qaaday.


Madaxweynuhu waxa kale oo uu xadhiga ka jaray dhismeyaal cusub oo laga hirgeliyey taliska guud ee aaga bari, dhismayaashaas oo isugu jira hurdo, Hangaro iyo Dugsiyo kala duwan

Khudbadda Madaxweynaha ee xuska maalinta Ciidanka Somaliland oo maanta lagu qabtay Degmada OOG ee Gobolka Saraar.

Khudbadda Madaxweynaha ee xuska maalinta Ciidanka  Somaliland oo maanta lagu qabtay Degmada OOG ee Gobolka Saraar.



Milgo iyo maamuus weyn bay ii tahay maanta in aan ka soo qayb-galo Xuska Sannad Guurada 22aad ee Aasaaska Ciidanka Qaranka Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland.


Aniga oo ka faa'iidaysanaya madashan iyo munaasibadan taariikhiga ah, waxaan jecelahay inaan hambalyo iyo bogaadin balaadhan hawada u mariyo cutubyada kala duwan ee Ciidanka Qaranka Madax iyo Minjo.


Mar kale, munaasibadan awgeed waxaan hambalyo u dirayaa Qoysaska Ciidanka Qaranka iyo guud ahaan Shacbi-weynaha Somaliland.


Waxaan hambalyo iyo bogaadin u dirayaa hal-doorkii u kala danbeeyey hal abuurka iyo hogaaminta Ciidanka Qaranka, ragaas oo ay ka mid yihiin:


1.  Mudane, Xasan Cali Abokor, Taliyihii u horreeyey ee Aasaasay Ciidanka Qaranka.


2.  Mudane, Cismaan Cawed Xaashi (Cismaan Dacas).


3.  Mudane, Xasan Yoonis Habane, ilaahay ha u naxariisto.


4.  Mudane, Cabdi-samad X. Cabdillaahi (Gamgam).


5.  Mudane, Nuux Ismaaciil Taani


6.  Mudane, Maxamed Xasan Cabdillaahi (Jidhif).


7.  Mudane, Ismaaciil Maxamed Cismaan (Shaqale).


Waxaan u ducaynayaa dhammaanba geesiyaashii u shahiiday Difaaca Qadiyadda Qarannimada Somaliland, waxaanan ilaahay uga baryayaa inuu denbi dhaaf siiyo, naxariista janadana ka waraabiyo.



Duco Qabayaal


Qaran aan ciidan iyo cudud adag lahayni, cadaw iskama caabiyi karo, wuxuuna ka dhigan yahay ruux curyaan ah oo aan haba yaraatee cago lahayn.


Cuudka, Caqliga iyo Cududa Milateri, waa cawada iyo ayaanka uu maanta caalamku is-dheer-yahay. Sidaa darteed, waa ilaahay mahadii in uu ciidankeenu gaamuray oo laba iyo labaatan gu oo gaw ah uu baarka ka gooyey.


Shaki kuma jiro mudaddaa dheer in uu tisqaaday aqoon ahaan, agab ahaan, tiro ahaan iyo tayo ahaanba.


Ujeedada Ciidanka Qaranka loo abuuray ma'aha in bulshada loogu caga-jugleeyo ama lagu cabudhiyo. Hase yeeshee, waxa loogu talo galay in ay sugaan amaanka dadka, isla markaana difaacaan cadaw kasta oo ku soo duula Dalkeena Hooyo.


Arrintaas waxaa markhaati ma doon u ah goob kasta oo ay Ciidanka Qaranku ka hawlgalaan min Bari ilaa Galbeed waxa ka suurtagashay nabad waarta iyo nolol wanaagsan.



Miyaanay ahayn wax lagu farxo ama lagu faano awoodda, aqoonta, anshaxa iyo asluubta wanaagsan ee Ciidamada Qaranka meel kasta oo ay joogaan maanta lagu majeerto.


Duco Qabayaal


Waxaan idin leeyahay Shacbiga aad ciidanka u tihiin caad kama saarna xilka culus ee aad u haysaan.


·        Waxaa hubaal ah in aad nafihiina u hurtaan difaaca Dalkiina Hooyo.


·        Waxaa hubaal ah in aad heegan ugu jirtaan habeen iyo maalin ilaalinta amniga iyo adkaynta nabadgelyada ummaddiina.


·        Waxa hubaal ah in aad si hufan u gudateen xilkii iyo waajibkii idinku beegnaa.




Duco Qabayaal


In kasta oo aynu xaqiijinay guulaha waaweyn ee aan soo sheegay, hadana uma jeedo in aanay jirin qabyo ama ay wax kastaa inoo dhan yihiin, hore ayaa loo yidhi:


Shaqo Dawladeed Ma Dhamaato, ee Ninkeeda ayaa Dhammaada


Sidaa darteed, waxaan idinku boorinayaa in aad dedaalkiinii hore laban-laabtaan, isla markaana feejigo iyo fiiro dheer u yeelataan cid kasta oo doonaysa in ay khal-khal geliso degenaanshaha iyo xasiloonida dalka.


Dhinaca kale, waxaan idiinka digayaa  in aad ku milantaan loolanka iyo laacdanka siyaasadda, taas oo ah mihnad iyo meherad rag kale leeyahay.


Waxaan  idinka waaninayaa Qabyaaladda iyo Qaadka oo aan ku tilmaami karo in ay yihiin Aafo Qaran.


Waxaan jecelahay in aad ka faa'iidaysataan  Qorshayaasha Waxbarashada kala duwan  ee Wasaaradda Gaashaandhigu idiin diyaarisay  xilliyada aad firaaqada tihiin, taas oo loogu talo-galay in kor loogu qaado aqoontiina, isla markaana la idinkaga mashquuliyo boholyowga balwadaha  iyo wixii la mid ah.


Duco Qabayaal


Beryahan danbe waxa soo batay dilalka Ciidanka Qaranka dhexdiisa, gaar ahaan dilka Saraakiisha.


Arrintani waa denbi iyo dhaqan fool xun oo aan loo dulqaadan Karin, waxaan u cadaynayaa in cid kasta oo geysata dil sharci-darro ah in cadaaladda la horkeeni doono, cawaaqibka ay leedahayna la dhadhansiin doono.


Intaas waxa dheer, toddobaadka soo socda insha Allah, waxaan magacaabi doonaa Guddi Kooban oo baadhis qoto dheer ku soo samaysa sabaha abuuray ama dhiiri-geliyey dilalka Ciidammada dhexdooda.          


Duco Qabayaal


Xukuumadda aan madaxda ka ahay, waxay ku talaabsatay wax-qabad iyo horumar weyn oo ku aadan sidii kor loogu qaadi lahaa awoodda iyo haybadda Ciidamada Qaranka.


Sida aad wada ogtihiin waxaannu kordhinay mushaharkii 130% laba jeer oo isku dhaw.


Ka dib 19 sanno markii uu sinnaa Subeehiga iyo Sarkaalka Ciidanka Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland, waxaannu ku dhiiranay bixinta derajada garbihiina ku xardhan.


Waxaannu u samaynay gunno dheeraad ah, gaar ahaan ciidamada jiidaha hore, gunnadaas oo dhan Askarigiiba 100,000 Somaliland Shilin.


Mar labaad, waxaan amray sannadkan 2016 in gunnadii aad u bixiseen geed fuulka loogu daro Askari kasta oo ka hawlgala jiidaha hore 180,000 Somaliland Shilin, taas oo ka bilaabmaysa bishan January ee dhamaatay.


Duco Qabayaal


Xukuumadayda waxa ka go'an dedaalada ay ku xoojinayso dhismaha, awoodda iyo niyadda Ciidamada Qarankan.


Sidaas darteed, waxaan idin leeyahay AMBA FAYDNIYE, WAXBA HA I FARIN ee ku niyad samaada, sabir, dulqaad, iyo dedaal.    isku duubni iyo adkaysina ogaada         


Alahayow …………. Alahayow

Ciidanka Qaranku Ha Guulaysto


Somaliland Ha Guulaysato


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9. Abdullah Ibn Jahsh (R.A.)

Abdullah ibn Jahsh was a cousin of the Prophet and his sister, Zaynab bint Jahsh, was a wife of the Prophet. He was the first to head a group of Muslims on an expedition and so was the first to be called "Amir al-Mu'mineen"Ñ Commander of the Believers.

Abdullah ibn Jahsh became a Muslim before the Prophet entered the House of al-Arqam which became a meeting place, a school and a place of refuge for the early Muslims. He was thus one of the first to accept Islam.

When the Prophet gave permission for his Companions to emigrate to Madinah to avoid further persecution from the Quraysh, Abdullah ibn Jahsh was the second to leave, preceded only by Abu Salamah. Emigrating was not a new experience for Abdullah. He and some members of his immediate family had migrated before to Abyssinia. This time, however, his migration was on a far bigger scale. His family and relativesÑmen, women and children, migrated with him. In fact, his whole clan had become Muslims and accompanied him.

There was an air of desolation as they left Makkah. Their homes appeared sad and depressed as if no one had lived there before. No sound of conversation emanated from behind those silent walls.

Abdullah's clan were not long gone when.the alerted Quraysh leaders came out and made the rounds of the districts in Makkah to find out which Muslims had left and who had remained. Among these leaders were Abu Jahl and Utbah ibn Rabi'ah. Utbah looked at the houses of the Banu Jahsh through which the dusty winds were blowing. He banged on the doors and shouted:

"The houses of the Banu Jahsh have become empty and are weeping for its occupants." 'Who were these people anyway," said Abu Jahl derisively, "that houses should weep for them." He then laid claim to the house of Abdullah ibn Jahsh. It was the most beautiful and expensive of the houses. He began to dispose freely of its contents as a king would share out his possessions .

Later, when Abdullah ibn Jahsh heard what Abu Jahl had done to his house, he mentioned it to the Prophet, peace be upon him, who said:

"Aren't you satisfied, O Abdullah, with what God has given you instead a house in Paradise?" "Yes, messenger of God," he replied, and became at peace with himself and completely satisfied.

Abdullah ibn Jahsh had scarcely settled down in Madinah when he had to undergo one of the most testing experiences. He had just begun to taste something of the good and restful life under the sponsorship of the Ansar after going through persecution at the hands of the Quraysh when he had to be exposed to the severest test he had ever known in his life and carry out the most difficult assignment since he became a Muslim.

The Prophet, peace and blessings of God be on him, commissioned eight of his Companions to carry out the first military assignment in Islam. Among them were Abdullah ibn Jahsh and Sa'd ibn Abi Waqqas.

"I appoint as your Commander the one who can best bear hunger and thirst," said the Prophet and gave the standard to Abdullah ibn Jahsh. He was thus the first to be made amir over a contingent of believers.

The Prophet gave him precise instructions on the route he should take on the expedition and gave him a letter. He commanded Abdullah to read the letter only after two days' travel.

After the expedition had been on its way for two days, Abdullah looked at the contents of the letter. It said, "When you have read this letter, press on until you come to a place called Nakhlah between Ta'if and Makkah. From there observe the Quraysh and gather whatever information you can on them for us."

"At your command, O Prophet of God," exclaimed Abdullah as he finished reading the letter. Then he spoke to his colleagues:

"The Prophet has commanded me to proceed to Nakhlah to observe the Quraysh and gather information on them for him. He has also commanded me not to go further with anyone of you who is against the purpose of this expedition. So whoever desires martyrdom and is in total agreement with this expedition can accompany me. Whoever is not in agreement, may turn back without blame."

"At your command, O messenger of Allah," they all responded. "We shall go with you, Abdullah, wherever the Prophet of God has commanded."

The group continued until they reached Nakhlah and began to move along the mountain passes seeking information on Quraysh movements. While they were thus engaged, they saw in the distance a Quraysh caravan. There were four men in the caravanÑAmr ibn alHadrami, Hukm ibn Kaysan, Uthman ibn Abdullah and his brother Mughirah. They were carrying merchandise for the Quraysh skins, raisins and other usual Quraysh stock in trade.

The Sahabah conferred together. It was the last day of the sacred months. "If we were to kill them," they agreed, "we would have killed them in the inviolable months. To do so would be to violate the sacredness of this month and expose ourselves to the wrath of all Arabs. If we leave them alone for a day so that the month will be completed, they would have entered the inviolable precincts of Makkah and thus be secure from us."

They continued consulting until finally they agreed to pounce on the caravan and take whatever merchandise they could as booty. Before long, two of the men were captured and one was killed; the fourth escaped.

Abdullah ibn Jahsh and his men took the two prisoners and the caravan on to Madinah. They went to the Prophet, peace be upon him, and informed him about what they had done. The Prophet was greatly upset and strongly condemned their action.

"By God, I did not command you to fight. I only commanded you to gather information on the Quraysh and observe their movements." He granted a reprieve to the two prisoners and he left the caravan and did not take a single item from it.

Abdullah ibn Jahsh and his men then knew that they had fallen into disgrace and felt certain that they were ruined because of their disobeying the command of the Prophet. They began to feel the pressure as their Muslim brothers censured them and avoided them whenever they passed one another. And they would say, "These went against the command of the Prophet."

Their discomfiture grew when they learnt that the Quraysh had taken the incident as a means to discredit the Prophet and denounce him among the tribes. The Quraysh were saying:

"Muhammad has defiled the sacred month. He has shed blood in it, plundered wealth and captured men." Imagine the extent of the sadness felt by Abdullah ibn Jahsh and his men at what had happened, moreso because of the acute embarrassment they had caused the Prophet.

They were sorely tormented and the agony weighed heavily on them. Then came the good news that AllahÑ Glorified be He was pleased with what they had done and had sent down revelation to His Prophet about this matter. Imagine their happiness! People came and embraced them, congratulating them on the good news and reciting to them what had been revealed in the glorious Qur'an about their action.

"They ask you about fighting in the sacred month. Say: Fighting therein is an enormity as well as preventing (people) from the path of God and disbelief in Him. Expelling people from the Masjid al Haram is a greater sin in the eyes of God. Moreover, persecution is greater than killing." (Surah al-Baqarah 2: 212).

When these blessed verses were revealed, the Prophet's mind was eased. He took the caravan and ransomed the prisoners. He became pleased with Abdullah ibn Jahsh and his men. Their expedition was certainly a major event in the early life of the Muslim community . . .

The Battle of Badr followed. Abdullah ibn Jahsh fought in it and was put to a great test, but a test to which his faith was equal.

Then came the Battle of Uhud. There is an unforgettable story involving Abdullah ibn Jahsh and his friend Sa'd ibn Abi Waqqas concerning an incident that took place during the Battle of Uhud. Let us leave Sa'd to tell the story:

During the battle, Abdullah came to me and said, "Aren't you making a duia to God?" "Yes," said I. So we moved aside and I prayed, "O Lord, when I meet the enemy, let me meet a man of enormous strength and fury. Then grant me victory over him that I might kill him and acquire spoils from him." To this my prayer, Abdullah said Ameen and then he prayed:

"Let me meet a man of great standing and enormous fury. I shall fight him for Your sake, O Lord, and he shall fight me. He shall take me and cut off my nose and ears and when I meet You on the morrow You will say, "For what were your nose and ear cut off?" And I would reply, "For Your sake and for the sake of Your Prophet." And then You would say, "You have spoken the truth . . ." Sa'd continues the story:

The prayer of Abdullah ibn Jahsh was better than mine. I saw him at the end of the day. He was killed and mutilated and in fact his nose and his ear were hung on a tree with a thread .

God responded to the prayer of Abdullah ibn Jahsh and blessed him with martyrdom as He blessed his uncle, the Leader of Martyrs, Hamzah ibn Abdulmuttalib. The noble Prophet buried them together in a single grave. His pure tears watered the earth and the earth annointed with the fragrance of martyrdom.

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31 January, 2016

Mustashar Axmed Carwo oo ku deeqay bil mushaharkeed dadka abaaruhu ku ha...

U naxariista khalqiga Alle si Alle idiinku naxariisto. Waxa la yidhi sadaqaddu xataa qadar Alle wey baajisaa Insha Allah. Xanuunka, dhibta adduunyo iyo aakhiraba waa ka daawo. Waxay xataa ay baraakeysa cimriga...Waxaan halkan ku soo jeedinayaa inaynu jeebka gacanta galino oo aynu si deeqsinimo ah ugu gurmano dadkeena aabaruhu ku dhaceen. Aan ugu horeeyee waxaan bixinayaa bil mushaharkeed, waxaanan soo jeedinayaa in qof kasta oo digriito Madaxweyne lagu magacaabay oo  Golaha Wasiiradu kow ka yihiin, La-taliyaasha, Agaasimayaasha Guud, Maareeyaasha, Badhasaabada, Ambaasadoorada, Guddoomiyaasha Hayadaha iyo  Komishinada iyo cid kasta oo digriito lagu magacaabay, iyo dabcan Madaxweynaha iyo KU xigeenka, iyo seddexda Gole ee Shacbiga matala: Golaha Guurtida, Golaha Wakiilada iyo golayaasha Degmooyinka ee dhammaan ku tabarucaan bil mushaharkeed. Kolka intaynaasi oo ah hormoodka bulshadu taas yeelno waxa furmi doonta in bulshaweynta ooy kow ka yihiin ganacsatadu ay iyana gacanta fidin doonaan...Talooyin kale iyo faahfaahin ka dhegeyso videoga.


29 January, 2016

Death a bitter fact, a reminder

Death a bitter fact, a reminder



Death is always a bitter realization, a huge reminder and a recurring scary thought: ‘How long before I am the one lying lifeless being washed, shrouded and buried by others?’
Allah says in His Glorious Book: “Every soul will taste death, and you will only be given your (full) compensation on the Day of Resurrection. So he who is drawn away from the Fire and admitted to Paradise, he indeed is successful. And what is the life of this world except the enjoyment of delusion.” (Qur’an, 3:185)
The skins shiver and the eyes become moist when the beautiful words of Allah sink in. Actually, this is what life is all about. We have been created for a purpose and our time on this earth is limited.
Striving and competing to do all that Allah has commanded, avoiding all that He has forbidden and hastening to Him with our record full of good deeds has to be our major goal in life.
All of us, regardless of the religion we follow, know and accept that this life is temporary. It will someday come to an end for us and an end for humanity altogether. But in Islam we are taught to believe in the life after death, the life of the Hereafter, which is eternal.
Wise is the one who prepares for the eternal life rather than losing himself in materialistic, worldly desires.
Most of us know but tend to ignore the fact that age, status, nationalities, ambitions, plans and promises all lose color when death stands there glaring at our faces. There certainly are no second chances, no turning back and no last good byes!
But how many of us take heed of these frequent heart wrenching, soul shattering reminders that our loved ones leave behind? How many of us prepare for that last moment leaving petty worldly desires aside?
How many of us thank the Creator for all the breaths we take, how many of us turn to Him sincerely by submitting to His commands, by taking care of His rights, His servants’ rights, how many fear the sudden end.., the final meeting with Him?
Allah has made it clear in the Qur’an that the experience of the worldly life is almost nothing compared to the Hereafter. The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said: “What is the example of this worldly life in comparison to the Hereafter other than one of you dipping his finger in the sea? Let him contemplate what his finger will come back with.” (Sahih Muslim)
When we dip our finger into the sea, the little bit of water we pull out of it, i.e., the wetness which dries up in a while, is almost nothing compared to the entire sea.
In the same way, the temporary life of this world is practically nothing compared to that of the Hereafter. The reality is that the Hereafter is the true life and this world is only a means to prepare us for the eternal life after death.
The path we choose to follow in this world and the actions we do determine our fate in the life after death.
Allah has told us in the Qur’an about the people who will realize on the Day of Resurrection that the Hereafter is the true life, and they will be filled with remorse because they did not perform many good deeds for their eternal life. Allah says: “He (man) will say, “Oh, I wish I had sent ahead [some good] for my life.” (Qur’an, 89:24)
Let’s take a moment and reflect on this verse; do the worldly tests and worries really matter when we think of this major test that’s drawing close?
Would we still delay repenting for the sins we think are trivial? Would we still hesitate to turn to the Qur’an; read, recite, learn and practice it as it should be practiced? Would we still hold on to those riyals, dollars and pounds rather than giving them away to those in need or for the spread of our religion?
Would we still let our egos stop us from being the first ones to forgive our loved ones’ mistakes and be kind to them for the sake of the Most Merciful?
Ibn Umar said: Allah’s Messenger (peace be upon him) took me by my shoulder and said: “Be in this life as if you were a stranger or a traveler on a path and If you reach the evening then do not expect to reach the morning, and if you reach the morning then do not expect to reach the evening. Take from your health before your sickness, and from your life before your death.” (Sahih Bukhari)
The death of all those dear to me has made me realize that while their time on this earth is over, I still continue to live and breathe; I still have all those opportunities to do good deeds with Ikhlas (sincerity), stay away from sins and draw closer to Allah, the opportunities that they would never get again.
While they rest in their graves I continue to live on with my loved ones, continue to have chances of loving them, being kinder and more loyal to them.
This life is too short to carry on worrying about what is and what could have been.
No doubt, we will face tests and trials of all sorts until we reach our graves, but let’s make sure that they don’t deter us from our aim to be of the best of believers — the kind of believers who let the tests and reminders make them grow stronger in faith, increase in empathy toward fellow believers and persevere in patience, humble gratitude and submissiveness to the Most High for all that He has blessed them with.
Allah says: “Whatever you have will end, but what Allah has is lasting. And We will surely give those who were patient their reward according to the best of what they used to do. Whoever does righteousness, whether male or female, while he is a believer, We will surely cause him to live a good life, and We will surely give them their reward (in the Hereafter) according to the best of what they used to do.” (Qur’an, 16:96-97)

The Importance of Friday

In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. 
The Importance of Friday
(Friday speech was delivered by Imam Mohamed Baianonie at the Islamic Center of Raleigh on April 6, 1990)

Friday is the best day of the week. Imam Bukhari and Muslim reported that Prophet Mohammad (P.B.U.H.) had said, "We (Muslims) came last and yet we are the first on the day of judgment. They have received the books before us (meaning Torah and Injil). We have received the book after them (meaning the Qur'an). Friday was their day to be glorified. However, they disputed on that while Allah had told us Friday is the day to glorify. Thus they will follow us. The Jews glorify Saturday, and the Christians glorify Sunday."
Also reported by Imam Muslim, Abo-Dawod, Al-Nesaii, and Al-Termithi, that Prophet Mohammad (P.B.U.H.) had said, "The best day during which the sun have risen is Friday. It is the Day Adam was created. It is the day when Adam entered paradise and also when he was taken out from it. It is also the day on which the day of judgment takes place."
Muslims are supposed to do the following on Fridays:
  1. Men are obligated to participate in Friday Prayer. Allah (S.W.T.) said in Surat Al-Jumauah, (verse 9), what can be translated as, "O' you who believe! When the call is proclaimed to Prayer on Friday hasten earnestly to the remembrance of Allah, and leave off business. That is best for you if you but knew."
In addition, prophet Mohammad (P.B.U.H.) had warned from not attending Friday Prayer. Imam Muslim and Ahmad had reported that Prophet Mohammad (P.B.U.H.) said about people who do not attend Friday Prayer, "I wanted to ask a man to lead people in the prayer so that I may go and burn houses of men who did not attend the Friday Prayer with us" He also said reported by Imam Muslim, Ahmad and An-Nesaii, "Either they (meaning people who do not attend the Friday prayer) stop neglecting Friday prayers or Allah will set a seal on their hearts so they can not find the right path again."In another authentic hadith reported by Abu Dawod, Termithi, An-Nesaii, and Ibn-Majah, that the prophet (P.B.U.H.) said, "Who ever does not attend three Friday prayers, (without a valid excuse) Allah will set a seal on his heart"
  1. It is also recommended to increase supplication especially at the last hour of the day since it is the hour when requests are replied by Allah. In an authentic hadithreported by Imam An-Nesaii, Abu-Dawod, and Al-hakim, that the prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) said, "Friday has 12 hours, one of which is the hour where cries are granted for Muslim believers. This hour is sought at the last hour after Asar."
  1. It is encouraged to wish peace be upon prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H.) during Fridays and Friday's night because of an authentic hadith reported by Imam Abu-Dawod, An-Nesaii, and Ibn-Majah, that the Prophet Muhammed (P.B.U.H.) said,"The best day is Friday. On Friday Adam was created, and died. On Friday is the first time the trumpet is blown (meaning when every creature dies) and the second time the trumpet is blown (referring to resurrection). So increase the number of times you wish peace upon me since this prayer will be shown to me." They asked him, How will our prayers be shown to you after you have vanished. He replied,"Allah has prohibited earth to cause the body of prophets to decay."
  1. It is also recommended that Muslims recite surat Al-Kahf, because of the authentic hadith reported by Imam Al-Baihaqee, and Al-Hakim, that the prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H.) had said, "Who ever recites surat Al-Kahf on Friday, Allah will give him a light to the next Friday."
  2. It is also recommended that Muslims clean and wash themselves and make sure they smell nice when they attend Friday Prayers. Imam Muslim and Bukhari reported that the prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H.) said, "Every Muslim is obligated to wash on Fridays and wear his best cloth. Also, he should use perfume if he has any."
  3. It is important to come early to the Friday prayer. All of the hadith collectors, except Ibn-Majah, reported in an authentic hadith that the prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) said, "If one washes himself and then went to Friday Prayer, it is considered as if he donated a camel for the sake of Allah. However, If he went in the second hour then it is considered as if he donated a cow and if the third hour then as if he donated a big sheep and if the fourth hour then as if he donated a chicken and if the fifth hour then as if he donated an egg. Then when the Imam starts delivering the speech the angels come and listen to it." Also in anther authentic hadith reported by Imam Abu-Dawod that the Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H.) said, "On Friday the angels come to stand on the doors of the mosque (masjid), the angels record who comes first, if the Imam starts delivering the speech, the angles close their files and come to listen to the speech."
It is forbidden to work on Fridays after the call for the prayer was announced because Allah says in surat Al-Jumu'ah, (verse 9), what can be translated as, "When the call is proclaimed to prayer on Friday hasten earnestly to the remembrance of Allah, and leave off business."
Also, it is forbidden to talk during the Khutbah. Several sayings of prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) covers this subject. In an authentic hadith reported by (the group of Ahadith collectors), except Ibn-Majah that prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) said, "If you told your friend to pay attention on Friday while the Imam is delivering the speech then you committed a sin of vain talk." Another authentic hadith which was reported by Imam Ibn-Majah and Attermizi that prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H.) said, "Even who touches the gravel on the floor then he committed vain talk, and he who does commit that there will be no (Jumuah) Friday for him."
It is also disliked to walk between sitting people during Friday gathering unless there is an empty spot to fill. In an authentic hadith reported by Imam Abu-Dawod, An-Nesaii, and Ahmad that, A man came and started walking between people during a Friday gathering while Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) was delivering his speech, so the Prophet told him, "Sit because you caused harm to other people and came in late."
It was not legislated to consider Friday as a day off and not work during it. BecauseAllah (S.W.T.) said in surat Al-Jumu'ah, (verse 10), what can be translated as, "And when the prayer is finished, then you may disperse through the land and seek of the bounty of Allah." It was not a habit of any of the companions to consider Friday as a day to take off work. On the contrary Imam Al-Malek said, "It is disliked to take Friday off since we will be resembling the Jews and Christians for taking, respectively, Saturday or Sunday off."
Finally , there are two important matters for us in this country to be cautioned of.First of all, we must not neglect Friday Prayers because of work, study, or other matters. Every Muslims should make attending Friday Prayer as his top priority. It is important to do so since ignoring it three times with no valid reason will cause the heart to be sealed from the right path.
The second matter to watch for is the loosing of one's interest in the importance of Friday. This is especially important for the growing generation who are used to the concept of weekend being Saturday and Sunday and know almost nothing about the importance of Friday in the eyes of Muslims. So it is our duty to remind them and ourselves about this great day which is the best day of the week and try to spend it according to Islamic teaching.

8. Abbad Ibn Bishr(R.A.)

It was the fourth year after the Hijrah. The city of the Prophet was still under threat from within and without. From within. the influential Jewish tribe. the Banu anNadir. broke their agreement with the Prophet and made plans to kill him. For this, they were banished from the city. This was in the month of Safar.
Two months of uneasy quiet passed. Then the Prophet received news that tribes from distant Najd were planning an attack. To pre-empt them. the Prophet gathered a force of over four hundred men. and leaving one of his companions Uthman ibn Affan. in charge of the city, set out eastwards. Among this force was the young Madinan, Abbad ibn Bishr.
Arriving at Najd, the Prophet found the habitations of the hostile tribes strangely deserted of men. Only women were about. The men had taken to the hills. Some of them regrouped and prepared to fight. The time of Salat al-Asr (the afternoon prayer) came. The Prophet feared that the hostile tribesmen would attack them during prayer. He arranged the Muslims in ranks and divided them into two groups and performed the prayer as the Salat al-Khawf (the Prayer of Fear). With one group he performed one rakah wh ile the other group stood on guard. For the second rakah the groups changed places. Each group completed its prayer with one rakah after the Prophet had finished...
On beholding the disciplined ranks of the Muslims the hostile tribesmen became uneasy and afraid. The Prophet had made his presence felt and something of his mission was now known at first hand in the central highlands of Arabia whence he departed peacefully.
On the way back, the Prophet pitched camp in a valley for a night. As soon as the Muslims had settled their camel mounts, the Prophet peace be on him, asked: "Who will be our guard tonight?" "We, O Messenger of God," said Abbad ibn Bishr and Ammar ibn Yas ir both of whom had been paired off as 'brothers' by the Prophet when he arrived in Madinah after the Hijrah.
Abbad and Ammar left for the mouth of the valley to take up duty. Abbad saw that his "brother" was tired and asked him: "What part of the night do you wish to sleep, the first or the second?" "I shall sleep during the first part," said Ammar who was soon fast asleep quite close to Abbad.
The night was clear, calm and peaceful. The stars, the trees, and the rocks all appeared to celebrate in silence the praises of their Lord. Abbad felt serene. There was no movement, no threatening sign. Why not spend the time in ibadah (worship) and reciting the Quran? How delightful it would be to combine the performance of Salat with the measured recitation of the Quran which he so much enjoyed.
In fact Abbad was enthralled by the Quran from the moment he first heard it being recited by the mellow and beautiful voice of Musab ibn Umayr. That was before the Hijrah when Abbad was just about fifteen years old. The Quran had found a special place in his heart and day and night thereafter he would be heard repeating the glorious words of God so much so that he became known among the Prophet's companions as the "friend of the Quran".
Late at night, the Prophet once stood up to perform the Tahajjud Prayer in Aishah's house which adjoined the masjid. He heard a voice reciting the Quran, pure and sweet and as fresh as when the angel Jibril revealed the words to him. He asked: "Aishah, is that the voice of Abbad ibn Bishr?" "Yes, O Messenger of God," replied Aishah. "O Lord, forgive him," prayed the Prophet out of love for him.
And so in the stillness of the night, at the mouth of the valley in Najd, Abbad stood up and faced the Qiblah. Raising his hand in surrender to God, he entered into the state of Prayer. Finishing the compulsory opening chapter of the Quran, he began recit ing Surah al-Kahf in his sweet, captivating voice. Surah al-Kahf is a long Surah of one hundred and ten verses which deals in part with the virtues of faith, truth and patience and with the relativity of time.
While he was thus absorbed in reciting and reflecting upon the divine words, eternal words of illumination and wisdom, a stranger stalked the outskirts of the valley in search of Muhammad and his followers. He was one of those who had planned to attack the Prophet but who had fled into the mountains on the approach of the Muslims. His wife whom he had left in the village had been taken as a hostage by one of the Muslims. When he eventually found that his wife was gone, he swore by al-Lat and al-Uzzah that he would pursue Muhammad and his companions and that he would not return unless he had drawn blood.
From a distance, the man saw the figure of Abbad silhouetted at the mouth of the valley and he knew that the Prophet and his followers must be inside the valley. Silently he drew his bow and let fly an arrow. Unerringly it embedded itself in Abbad's flesh .
Calmly, Abbad pulled out the arrow from his body and went on with his recitation, still absorbed in his Salat. The attacker shot a second and a third arrow both of which also found their mark. Abbad pulled out one and then the other. He finished his recitation, made ruku and then sujud. Weak and in pain, he stretched out his right hand while still in prostration and shook his sleeping companion. Ammar awoke. Silently, Abbad continued the Salat to its end and then said: "Get up and stand guard in my place. I have been wounded."
Ammar jumped up and began to yell. Seeing them both the attacker fled into the darkness. Ammar turned to Abbad as he lay on the ground, blood flowing from his wounds.
"Ya Subhanallah (Glory be to God)! Why didn't you wake me when you were hit by the first arrow?" "I was in the midst of reciting verses of the Quran which filled my soul with awe and I did not want to cut short the recitation. The Prophet had commanded me to commit this surah to memory. Death would have been dearer to me than that the recitation of this surah should be interrupted."
Abbad's devotion to the Quran was a sign of his intense devotion to and love for God, His Prophet and His religion. The qualities he was known for were his constant immersion in ibadah, his heroic courage and his generosity in the path of God. At times of sacrifice and death, he would always be in the front line. When it was time for receiving his share of rewards, he would only be found after much effort and difficulty. He was always trustworthy in his dealings with the wealth of Muslims. Ali this was recognized. Aishah, the wife of the Prophet, once said: "There are three persons among the Ansar whom no one could excel in virtue: Sad ibn Muadh, Usayd ibn Khudayr and Abbad ibn Bishr."
Abbad died the death of a shahid (martyr) at the battle of Yamamah. Just before the battle he had a strong presentiment of death and martyrdom. He noticed that there was a lack of mutual confidence among the Muhajirin and Ansar. He was grieved and upset. He realized that there would be no success for the Muslims in these terrible battles unless the Muhajirin and Ansar were grouped in separate regiments so that it could be clearly seen who really bore their responsibility and who were truly steadfast in combat.
At the break of day when the battle commenced, Abbad ibn Bishr stood on a mound and shouted: "O Ansar, distinguish yourselves among men. Destroy your scabbards. And do not forsake Islam."
Abbad harangued the Ansar until about four hundred men gathered around him at the head of whom were Thabit ibn Qays, al-Baraa ibn Malik and Abu Dujanah, the keeper of the Prophet's sword. With this force, Abbad unleashed an offensive into the enemy's rank s which blunted their thrust and drove them back to the "garden of death".
At the walls of this garden, Abbad ibn Bishr fell. So numerous were his wounds, he was hardly recognizable. He had lived, fought and died as a believer.

28 January, 2016


Waxa waajib ah in arrimaha qarannimada wax yeelaaya aynu iska jirno, oo siyaasadda debedda, difaaca iyo ictiraaf doonka ka mideysnaano..ma aha in mucaaridku dawladaha debedda uu ula tago arrimo doc furaaya siyaasadda khaarajika ee dalka. . Waxaan ku hanbalyeynayaa Guddoomiye Faysal sida sharafta ah ee arrimaha Qaranka u ilaaliyaa kolka uu debedda maraayo...Reer Kulmiye waxaan odhanayaa waxa galayaa tartan inaga dhexeeya xisbiyo, soo gabogabeeya loolankii dhammaaday, waa in dhammaan loo guntadaa sidii doorashada loogu guuleysan lahaa. Taasi waxay waajib ka dhigeysaa in guddiyada dib u habayn lagu sameeyo, si loo helo cidda ugu habboon ee guushaas keeni karta, ma gaadhayno wadajirka loo baahan yahay ilaa aynu dhowro nidaamka xisbiga, waa in sharciga xisbiga lagu dhaqmaa oo qofka baal marsan la mariyaa waxa inooga qoran..Waxaynu nahay xisbi curin leh oo hoggamin iyo wax qabad iibinaaya, meesha aynu marno waa leynaga daydaa, maqaaxida aynu shaaha ka cabno waa laga cabaa, geedka aynu fadhiisano waa la fadhiistaa..waa la arkaa cidda curinta leh ee wax hoggamin karta..daba socod ma noqdo hogaamiye, dadweyne wuu arkaa ee waa inaga iyo hawlgal mideysan, niyasd san iyo wadajir..Taladu dadka ayey ka go'daa waa inaynu ixtiraamnaa fikirkooda, mudnaanta baahidooda, iyo dhegeysi dhaliishooda...Kulmiye waa bar kulanka bulshoweynta Soomaliland, waxaynu nahay waayo arag dulqaad leh, soo maray mucaarid iyo muxaafidba..taariikhana waa kow xisbi sidan ihi.. ogow UDUB ma soo marin mucaarid..khibradaasi waa inoo gooni, ee waa inay inaga muuqataa..


27 January, 2016

Tacsi ka timid La-taliyaha Madaxweynaha ee dhaqaalaha iyo Ganacsiga Axmed Carwo

Tacsi ka timid La-taliyaha Madaxweynaha ee dhaqaalaha iyo Ganacsiga Axmed Carwo TACSI GEERIDA Maxamuud Iimaan Mufle

Tacsi ka timid La-taliyaha Madaxweynaha ee dhaqaalaha iyo Ganacsiga Axmed Carwo

Waxaan tacsi u dirayaa ehelka, ubadka, tafiirta kale, gacalka, qaraabada, xigaalka, xito iyo asxaabta uu marxuum Maxamuud Iimaan Mufle ka baxay gaar ahaan reer Iimaan Mufle iyo tafiirtooda.. Maxamuud oo ahaa nin shaqooyin muhiim ah ka soo qabtay Wasaaraddii Beeraha ee Soomaliya qaybaheeda sida Wakaaladdii Onat oo uu ka ahaa mareeye Goballo badan oo dhowr ah, waxuu ahaa aftahan bulshaawi ah oo aad u kaftan badan. Nin aan agtiisa lagu haamansan, laguna qaloon. Nin aanu isku kacaan ahayn oonu aad isagu dhoweyn oon aad u jeclaa kaftankiisa iyo sida reer magaalnimada ah ee uu hadalka dusha uga sheegi jiray, nin aqoon dheeraa oo aragti fogaa, waxtar badan oo saaxiibtimo leh. 

Alle ha u naxariisto Maxamuud, ehel iyo asxaabna heyna wafajiyo samir iyo duco. Maxamuud waxa lagu aasay Hargeysa 25/01/2016
Inaa lilaa wa inaa illeyhi raajacuun.

Axmed Xasan Carwo
La-taliyaha Madaxweynaha ee Dhaqaalaha
Ganacsiga iyo Malgashiga


25 January, 2016

Kulan muhiima oo daba socda kullamadii hore ee lagaga hadlaayay Arrimaha sixir bararka

Kulan muhiima oo daba socda kullamadii hore ee lagaga hadlaayay Arrimaha sixir bararka ayaa maanta Madaxtooyadda ku dhex maray Agaasimeyaasha guud ee Wasaaraddaha Dalka, Hay'addaha Madaxa-banaan iyo Wasiirka Madaxtooyadda Somaliland.


Hargeysa ( ) Kulan kaas oo ujeedadiisu ahayd sidii loo xoojin lahaa loona adkayn lahaa Go'aamadii hore uga soo baxay Shirarkii kan ka horeeyey ee madaxweynuhu gudoominaayey ee la isla qaatay in hoos loo dhigo doolarka korna loogu qaadi lahaa isticmaalka Shillinka Somaliland.


Shirkan oo qaatay saacado ayaa waxa ka hadlay Wasiiru-dawlaha Madaxtooyadda Mudane Maxamed Muuse Abees iyo Agaasimaha Guud ee Madaxtooyadda Marwo Khadra Xaaji Ismaaciil Yoonis (Khadra Xaaji Gaydh) waxaana ka mid ahaa hadaladii Agaasimaha Guud ee Madaxtooyadda Marwo Khadra Xaaji Gaydh "Kulanka maanta ka dhacay Madaxtooyadda oo uu isugu yeedhay wasiirka Wasaaradda Madaxtooyadu kana soo qaybgaleen agaasimeyaasha guud  ayaa lagaga wada hadlaayey sidii kor loogu qaadi lahaa ee loo quwayn lahaa shillinka Somaliland, hoosna loogu dhigi lahaa Doolarka, tiiyoo uu maanta meel fiican marayo, isla markaana halkaa looga sii gudbi lahaa oo lagu salayn lahaa meceeshada laftigeedana hoos loo dhigi lahaa arrintaas oo awaamiirtaa uu farayey wasiirku agaasimeyaasha guud  madaama ay yihiin mishiinada wasaaradaha ka shaqeeya, sidii xitaa kuwa ay lacagaha doolarka ahi soo galaan looga dhigi lahaa Somaliland shillin, wax kasta oo dawladda ka baxayaana uu Somaliland shillin u noqon lahaa Arrintaas ayaa maanta shirka lagu falan qaynayey waxaana ka soo baxay go'aamo aad iyo aad u wanaagsan oo dalka iyo dadkaba u dan ah"

Sidoo kalena waxa ugu danbayn halkaa waxaa ka hadlay Wasiiru-dawlaha Madaxtooyadda Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland Mudane Maxamed Muuse Abees oo ay hadaladiisa ka mid ahaayeen "maanta oo aanu halkan isugu yeedhnay Agaasimeyaasha iyo Hay'addaha madaxa-banaan qorshuhuna uu ahaa sidii loo quwayn lahaa shilinka Somaliland ee aaminkiisa loo heli lahaa, si shillinkii Somaliland, mushaharkii shaqaalaha iyo meelwalba lagu qaato shillinka Somaliland, Zaad-kii iyo E-Dahab-kii oo labadaba loo furayna in lagu shubto shillinka Somaliland.


Wasiiru dawlaha oo hadalkiisa sii wata ayaa mar kale yidhi "Markaa Maanta waxa la farayey shaqaalaha dawladda in la tayeeyo shillinka Somaliland oo kor loo qaado, waxa kale oo loo sheegayaa dadweynaha in sixirkii Somaliland laftiisa uu  maanta meel wanaagsan marayo go'aana dawladu ku gaadhay in uu 6,000 kun oo shillin gaadho, cid walbana waxa la farayaa go'aamadaa la qaatay ee sixirka ah in sideeda loo fuliyo cidii ka hortimaadana talaabadeeda ayaa la marinayaa waxaanan dadweynaha leenahay ku dhegenaada, Ascaartan kor u kacdayna baayac-mushtarka waxa aanu faraynaa inay hoos u dhigaan oo ay la socdaan maalin walba waxa uu sixirku marayo, waxa aanu leenahay qolada shaqaalaha ah ee aanu maanta halkan isugu nimidna in isu-duwayaasha gobolada loogu gudbiyo shillinka Somaliland, Hay'addaha ku qaata mushaharka lacagta adag waxa la farayaa iyagana inay lacagta ku shubaan baanka, dabadeedna loogu bedelo wixii sixirka suuqu marayo,  Arrintaasaanu maanta isugu yeedhnay oo aanu kala hadlaynay agaasimeyaasha iyo hay'addaha madaxa-banaan, waana aanu isla qaadanay go'aamo adagna waanu isla gaadhnay.