28 February, 2015

Liiska isku-shaandheynta xukuumadda.

 WAR-SAXAAFADEED

 

Madaxweynaha Jamhuuriyada Somaliland Mudane Axmed Maxamed Silaanyo waxa uu digreeto madaxweyne oo sumadeedu tahay JSL/M/XERM/249-3002/022015 uu xilka qaadis, magacaabid, iyo isku bedel balaadhan ku sameeyey golaha wasiirada,w/kuxogeenada, Agaasimeyaasha guud qaar ka mida, Taliyeyaasha Ciidamada iyo Hay'adaha Madaxa banaan.

 

Madaxweynuhu:-

 

Markuu Arkay:Qodobka 90aad, Faqradiisa 2aad ee Dastuurka Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland;

 

Markuu Tixgeliyey:Ahmiyadda weyn ay Wasaaraduhu u leeyihiin Dalka iyo dhismaha Qaranka;

 

Markuu Arkay:In baahi loo qabo buuxinta jagadaWasiirada Wasaaradda dalka iyo W/ku-xigeenada Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland;

 

Markuu Ka Fiirsaday:Kartidooda, aqoontooda iyohufnaantooda shaqo;

 

Markuu ku Qancay:In ay hanan karaan xilalkanloo magacaabay;

 

Wuxuu go'aansaday

 

 

LIISKA WASIIRADA CUSUB IYO KUWA LA ISKU BEDELAY

1

In Dr. Cabdi Aw Daahir Cali, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Wasiirka Wasaaradda Shaqada iyo Arrimaha Bulshada ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland (Hore W/xanaanada Xoolaha)

2

In Mudane, Cali Siciid Raygal, uu ahaado Wasiirka Wasaaradda Dib-u-dejinta ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland (Hore W/Dhalinyarada iyo Cayaaraha)

3

In Mudane, Axmed Cabdi Kaahin, uu ahaado Wasiirka Wasaaradda Dhalinyarada, Ciyaaraha iyo Dalxiiska ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland

4

In Mudane, Cabdicasiis Maxamed Samaale, uu ahaado Wasiirka Wasaaradda Waxbarashada iyo Tacliinta Sare ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland (Hore W/Maaliyada)

5

In Marwo, Samsam Cabdi Aaden, ay ahaato Wasiirka Wasaaradda Maaliyadda eeJamhuuriyadda Somaliland (hore W/Waxbarashada)

6

In Mudane, Baashe Cali Jaamac, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Wasiirka Wasaaradda Biyaha ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland

 

 

LIISKA WASIIR KU XIGEENADA LA ISKU BEDELAY IYO KUWA CUSUB

1

In Mudane, Cabdi Daahir Camuud, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Wasiir Ku-xigeenka Amniga ee Wasaaradda Arrimaha Gudaha ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland

2

In Mudane, Axmed Faarax Cadare, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Wasiir Ku-xigeenka Maamulka Gobollada iyo Degmooyinka ee Wasaaradda Arrimaha Gudaha ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland

 

3

In Mudane, Cismaan Garaad Soofe, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Wasiir Ku-xigeenka Wasaaradda Boosaha iyo Isgaadhsiinta ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland

4

In Mudane, Xasan Daahir Dhimbiil, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Wasiir Ku-xigeenka Wasaaradda Caafimaadka ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland

5

In Mudane, Axmed Maxamed Nuur (Indha-case), laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Wasiir Ku-xigeenka Wasaaradda Deegaanka iyo Horumarinta Reer Miyiga ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland

6

In Mudane, Nuur Cismaan Guuleed, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Wasiir Ku-xigeenka Wasaaradda Diinta iyo Awqaafta ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland

7

In Mudane, Cabdikariim Axmed Mooge, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Wasiir Ku-xigeenka Wasaaradda Qorshaynta Qaranka iyo Horumarinta ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland

8

In Mudane, Cali Axmed Maxamed (Dhegoole), laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Wasiir Ku-xigeenka Wasaaradda Warshadaha ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland

9

In Mudane, Cali Maxamed Cilmi (Gadh-dheer), laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Wasiir Ku-xigeenka Wasaaradda Xannaanada Xoolaha ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland

10

In Mudane, Cabdiwaaxid Cabdiraxmaan Cabdiqaadir, uu ahaado Wasiir Ku-xigeenka Wasaaradda Shaqada iyo Arrimaha Bulshada ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland

11

In Marwo, Shukri Xariir Ismaaciil, ay ahaato Wasiir Ku-xigeenka Wasaaradda Warfaafinta, Wacyigelinta iyo Dhaqanka ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland

12

In Mudane, Yuusuf Cismaan Garas, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Wasiir Ku-xigeenka Wasaaradda Dhalinyarada, Ciyaaraha iyo Dalxiiska ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland

13

In Mudane, Cabdirashiid Xuseen Cabdille (Carab), laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Wasiir Ku-xigeenka Wasaaradda Cadaaladda iyo Arrimaha Garsoorka ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland

14

In Marwo, Nimco Xuseen Qawdhan, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta ay ahaato Wasiir Ku-xigeenka Wasaaradda Dib-u-dejinta ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland

15

In Mudane, Siciid Cabdi Maxamuud Jaamac, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Wasiir Ku-xigeenka Wasaaradda Duulista Hawada ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland

16

In Mudane, Jaamac Cabdilaahi Biin, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Wasiir Ku-xigeenka Wasaaradda Gaashaandhigga ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland

17

In Mudane, Maxamed Xaaji Aadan Cilmi, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Wasiir Ku-xigeenka Wasaaradda Kalluumaysiga iyo Khayraadka Badda ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland

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In Mudane, Axmed Nuur Aw Cabdi Shaacir, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Wasiir Ku-xigeenka Wasaaradda Maaliyadda ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland

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In Mudane, Rashiid Ismaaciil Kaahin, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Wasiir Ku-xigeenka Wasaaradda Waxbarashada iyo Tacliinta Sare ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland

20

In Mudane, Cumar Sheekh Maxamed Faarax, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Wasiirka Wasaaradda Xannaanada Xoolaha ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland

 

 

 
LIISKA TALIYEYAASHA CIIDADAMADA $ AGAASIMEYAASHA GUUD
1
In General Maxamed Xuseen Faarax (Xiirane), laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Taliyaha Ciidanka Badda ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland (Hore Taliyaha Asluubta)
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In General Maxamed Cismaan Xudhuun, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Taliyaha Ciidanka Asluubta ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland
3
In Mudane, Cabdi Xirsi Ducaale, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Abbaanduulaha Ciidanka Qaranka Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland
4
In Mudane, Mawliid Weris Cabdillaahi, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Agaasimaha Guud ee Wasaaradda Warshadaha ee JSL
5
In Mudane, Maxamed Faarax Xirsi, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Agaasimaha Guud ee Wasaaradda Shaqada iyo Arrimaha Bulshada ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland
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In Mudane, Cabdi Axmed Nuur (Cabdi Gurey), laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Agaasimaha Guud ee Wasaaradda Kalluumaysiga iyo Khayraadka Badda ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland
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In Mudane, Xasan Aadan Geedi, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Agaasimaha Guud ee Hay'adda Shaqaalaha Dawladda ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland
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In Mudane, Maxamed Cilmi Xuseen, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Agaasimaha Guud ee Wasaaradda Deegaanka iyo Horumarinta Reer Miyiga ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland

 

 

LIISKA HAY'ADAHA MADAXA BANAAN

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In Mudane, Maxamed Mixiile Boqore, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Guddoomiyaha Hay'adda Shaqaalaha Dawladda ee Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland

2

In Mudane, Siciid Xasan Cabdilaahi, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado Maareeyaha Hay'adda Xidhiidhinta Raashinka (FCA) ee JSL

 

 

LIISKA LA-TALIYEYAASHA MADAXWEYNAHA JSL

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In Mudane, Cabdoo Axmed Aayir, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado La-Taliyaha Madaxweynaha ee Arrimaha Dibedda

2

In Mudane, Maxamed Ibraahim Qabo, laga bilaabo taariikhda maanta uu ahaado La-Taliyaha Madaxweynaha ee Arrimaha Xisbiyada iyo Doorashooyinka

 

Xilka Qaadista Masuuliyiintii Hore

Ujeedo:Xil-ka Qaadis

 

Mudaneyaal,

 

Waxaan aad iduunku mahadinayaa mudadii aynu wada shaqaynaynay. Xilalka Qaranka ayey dabcigeed tahay in ay meerto noqoto oo kolba cid hanan karta loo dhiibo.

 

Sidaa darteed, waxaan gartay in aan idinka qaado xilalkii aad qaranka u hayseen.

 

Haddaba, waxaan idinka rajaynayaa inaad si niyad sami ah ugu wareejisaan xilalkii aad qaranka u hayseen masuuliyiinta aan xilalkaa u soo igmaday.

 

LIISKA XILKA QAADISTA

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Ku:Mudane, Maxamuud Axmed Barre (Garaad),  Wasiirkii Hore ee Wasaaradda Shaqada iyo Arrimaha Bulshada

2

Ku:Mudane, Xuseen Axmed Cabdille,  Wasiirkii Hore ee Wasaaradda Biyaha      

3

Ku:  Cabdiraxmaan Jaamac Cabdalle, Wasiiru-dawlihii hore ee W/Xanaanada Xoolaha JSL

4

Ku:General, Axmed Aw Cismaan Cabdi, Taliyihii Hore ee Ciidanka Ilaalada Badda JSL

5

Ku:Mudane, Cabdilaahi X. Jaamac Calas, Abbaanduulihii Hore ee Ciidanka Qaranka JSL

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Ku:Mudane, Maxamed Muuse X. Cabdi (Galaydh), Agaasimihii Hore ee Wasaaradda Shaqada iyo Arrimaha Bulshada

 

 

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Ku:Mudane, Nuux Sh. Muuse Ducaale, Guddoomiyihii Hore ee Hay'adda Shaqaalaha Dawladda

 

ALLAA MAHAD LEH
                                  Naasir Yuusuf Daahir

Xoghayaha gaarka ah ee Xafiiska Saxaafada Madaxtooyada JSL.

 
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25 February, 2015

Waa Taxanihii Talo, Tilmaan , Tusaale, iyo Toosin -10- Ahmed Arwo



Shantii doorasho ee dalka ka dhacay 3 ayaa ku qotomay dastuurka dalka ee sinaanta codbixiyaasha labada kale wey ka soo hor jeedeen.. Haddaynu sharcigii doorashada ee 2005 ku geleyno maxaa 10ka sano aynu u sugaynay..waa in la saxaa oo la waafajiyaa dastuurka dalka iyo sinaanta muwaadinka..Wakiiladu haddayna korodhsiimo doonayn kol hore ayey sharciga dhammeystiri lahaayeen..Yaa gabay hawshooda. Yaa oggol in dulmigii 2005 uu sii jiro..waa maxay waxaynu qarinaynaa ee ina qarsaday..Daawo oo dhegeyso dhabta ku duugan arrimaha doorashada.

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24 February, 2015

DAAWO Taxanihii Talo, Tilmaan, Tusaale, iyo Toosin 9....Ahmed Arwo







Dhego Buro dhibooga ayuu ka dhacay waxuuna noqday diploomaasi France fadhiya....Waxuu yidhi shaqo ayaa ley qoray shaqana leygama rabo...waxa lagu mashquulaa raaligelinta booska soo dhoweyntiisa sogaatintiisa, farxadiisa iyo murugadiisa bes...taas ayaa muhiim ah..Daawo oo Dhegeyso tafaasiisha...

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22 February, 2015

I practice Jihad every day and I am not a terrorist

I practice Jihad every day and I am not a terrorist
Fri, 02 Jan 2015 17:56:31 AST
Saudi Gazette | Amal Alsubai

Say the word 'jihad' in an airport and a myriad of frenzied security officers will probably swarm around, grab you, search you, drag and detain you until they are certain that you have not hidden a bomb somewhere.

Jihad is one of the most highly charged words, and one of the most highly misunderstood concepts. The ignorance surrounding the true meaning of jihad in Islam is shared by both the media in the West and by the armed, purported Muslims who kill innocents; both have failed to comprehend what jihad is.

In history, people of different faiths have harmed, killed, and robbed, while slapping on the label: for the sake of God. The acts of radical individuals or groups cannot be used to demonize their religion or faith, be it Judaism, Christianity, or Islam.

Linguistically, jihad does not mean fighting or killing or war. The word for war in Arabic is harb whereas fighting or killing means qital.

The correct translation of the word jihad is struggling, striving, or exerting an effort. The word jihad is skewed and played with even further in the media. It is incorrect to call the one who practices jihad a jihadi or jihadist, rather he is a mujahed.

The jihad that Islam promotes is the inner jihad, the strength and willpower to refuse to give in to base desires and whims, to exercise higher thought processes, morality, and self-discipline. Jihad in Islam is an on-going battle against the self when it gets inflated or out of control and has an inclination towards corrupt behaviors such as greed, wantonness, arrogance, laziness, and every evil trait.

The battlefield for a Muslim's jihad is not a skyscraper in an American city, or a European street, or the desert, or an airplane; it is in his heart.

The respected scholar, Shaykh Abdallah bin Bayyah, said, "Jihad is not synonymous with fighting. Hence, not all jihad is fighting, and not all fighting is jihad. A deeper reading of the primary sources of Islam makes clear that jihad includes all devotions." The reverence and servitude of one's elderly parents is jihad.


Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) told one of his companions, "Make your jihad serving them [your parents]."

In another Hadith, Prophet Muhammd (peace be upon him) said, "The real jihad is to strive against the ego in order to obey God."

The great scholar of the past, Ibn Taymiyyah, said that jihad includes all devotions and righteous acts.

When asked about jihad, Abdallah (the son of Umar ibn Al-Khattab), said, "Start with your ego and wage jihad against it. Start with your ego and do battle against it."

The outer jihad, fighting the enemy, exists in the history of Islam. However, there are many conditions in order for any type of military jihad to be undertaken, and it cannot be decided upon by any random person or group. And it is not a viable option except in certain situations, and must be agreed upon by a unified Muslim nation, under a knowledgeable leader.

There are very strict regulations: women, children, and invalids must never be harmed, houses must not be demolished, and even a tree must not be burned down.

Shaykh Abdallah bin Bayyah said, "As for the jihad when it relates to fighting, that is in defense of the freedom to practice one's faith. Believers are also ordered to accept any attempts at peace."

Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) announced armed jihad against the people of Quraysh because they harshly persecuted and tortured those Muslims who remained in Makkah and were unable to migrate to Madinah. Quraysh also refused to allow Muslims to preach and convey the message of Islam to other tribes and territories in Arabia. Quraysh broke the treaties between themselves and the Muslims. The leaders of Quraysh continued to conduct military campaigns and raids, targeting the Muslims in Madinah, with the sole purpose of eradicating Islam.

One day, during the time when the early Muslim community was struggling for its very existence, the Prophet (peace be upon him) and his companions had just returned from battle.

He (peace be upon him) said, "We have just returned from the lesser jihad, but now we are entering the greater jihad." "Oh Prophet of God, what do you mean?" they asked. "I mean," he said, "that the greater jihad is the struggle with our own egos."

The form of jihad that 99.9% of devout Muslims across the world follow is remembering Allah at all times, building mosques, giving in charity, standing in prayer five times a day, fasting, being kind to people, raising their children, seeking education, and earning an honest living.

The personal struggle in striving to overcome temptations is a strenuous one. No wonder why Allah has promised so much reward for the man and the woman who is able to exercise control over their desires and the whisperings of the devil. I practice jihad each day; we all do.

After listening to the bickering, name-calling, and fighting that usually ensues between my teenage son and daughter for over an hour, I resist the urge to yell "QUIET" at the top of my lungs and put a sock in each of their mouths. Instead, I ever so sweetly and sanely say, "Stop fighting. One day when you are each off to college in a different country you will miss each other deeply and regret every bitter moment that passed between the two of you."

And after toiling away in the kitchen for four hours to cook a delicious Moroccan dish of lamb stew with prunes and almonds, my five-year old spat out her first spoonful in disgust. I resist the urge to dump the plate on her hair, and I graciously make her a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.

I practice jihad when I wear my hijab, strolling down the streets of a small town in the US, trying hard to smile pleasantly at the disdainful, staring faces.

Here is what other Muslims had to say about how they practice jihad.

"My jihad is to stay fit despite my busy schedule," said Haura Al-Maqsurah.


"My jihad is to be better than yesterday," said Saleh Ashaka.


"My jihad is to be more patient, speak less, listen more," said Sandra Amen-Bryan.


"Being a better teacher is my jihad," said Sarah Saharah.


"My jihad is to balance work and family life," said Yasmin.


"My jihad is pulling myself out of my warm bed to perform the pre-dawn prayer," said Nour Moustafa.


"My Grandma's jihad was struggling with diabetes and multiple sclerosis while being bedridden for seven years," said Ahmed Rehab.

What's yours?

Saudi Gazette | Is the war against tasattur failing?

Is the war against tasattur failing?
Sat, 21 Feb 2015 12:16:48 AST
Saudi Gazette |

Saudi Gazette report


THE illegal practice of foreigners running businesses registered under the name of Saudis in return for fixed amounts of money known locally as "tasattur" has continued to increase despite the efforts of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Al-Riyadh newspaper reported.

Expatriate workers continue to flout Saudi laws by engaging in tasattur, something that makes them and the Saudis who help them susceptible to being fined and penalized if caught.

The practice negatively impacts the Kingdom's economy and security, and as a result the Ministry of Commerce and Industry regularly holds seminars to raise awareness about the problem.

The ministry has also named and shamed individuals caught involved in the practice. In spite of this, tasattur continues to thrive as Saudis view it is as an easy way to become rich.

Dr. Talal Al-Bakri, a former Shoura Council member, said some Saudis place their personal interests and gain before the greater interests of the nation by circumventing the law.

"Perhaps they do this because they can easily get away with it. Tasattur seems to be prevalent and those involved often get away because of their contacts with officials in the Ministry of Commerce and Industry," he added.

Tawfiq Al-Suwailem, director of the Al-Khaleej Center for Economic Research and Consultation, said the Saudi market is open to142 countries and has been so for the past 40 years.

"Workers in the retail sector come from over 100 countries. Therefore, it is expected that some negative practices and violations will occur and Saudi citizens will be somehow involved," he added.

"Tasattur has permeated many sectors lately but continues to dominate the retail sector. More inspections should be carried out to spot Tasattur and report it," said Al-Suwailem.

An anti-tasattur law was introduced in 2004 but it has not been enforced properly. That is why tasattur has been on the rise.

Aside from that, many people are unaware of the law and there are no accurate statistics about the volume of loss caused by Tasattur.

It is, however, estimated that huge amounts of money earned from the practice are transferred abroad.

Abdulrahman Al-Qarni, a media expert, stressed the importance of eradicating all tasattur activities and that members of the public can play a role in achieving this.

"Members of the public should report tasattur to the authorities without hesitation and delay," said Al-Qarni.

Salih Al-Aqeel, assistant undersecretary at the Ministry of Justice and professor at Imam Muhammad Bin Saud Islamic University, said there is no harm in reporting tasattur to the authorities.

"If you tell the authorities about people who engage in these practices, then you have not harmed them and you haven't committed something impermissible in the Shariah because those people are harming the country and violating the Kingdom's laws," Al-Aqeel said.

Abdullah Al-Aqeel, former deputy chairman of the Executive Board at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the Shaqra Governorate, said all countries across the world introduce laws in the interests of their citizens and the Kingdom is no exception.

"Anyone, whether a citizen or an expatriate resident, who violates the laws deserves to be penalized.

Citizens and expatriates should cooperate with the government and report any tasattur they may come to know about," said Al-Aqeel.

"The Kingdom does not prohibit people from working as long as they follow and comply with our laws and regulations.

Violating the laws to make quick money is not tolerable and violators will be punished," he added.

Businessman Ayedh Abu Qafrah said it is difficult to identify a tasattur business as it is near impossible to know what agreement the Saudi and expatriate worker has made.

"Saudization and tasattur are interconnected. The former can only be achieved when the second has been completely eradicated," said Abu Qafrah.

He added that many of the expatriates involved in tasattur tend to hire their own fellow nationals in the same business.

"One of the solutions is to formulate agreements that protect the rights of citizens and expatriates and save the country from suspicious activities that take place in the dark," he said, adding that there is a need to control money transfers and track original sources of cash.

21 February, 2015

Daawo Taxanihii Talo, Tilmaan , Tusaale iyo Toosin 8- Ahmed Hassan Arwo







Sidii Doktoorka loo wada sheegtay ayaa dhalinyaradan loo sheegtay..waa ayo dhalinyaradu...Waxa la soo maray miis keliya oo shan shaqaale ka dhexeeya...Xil aan xadidnayn, iyo xil nin aan qaadi karin loo dhiibay ayaa dal burburiya...Talooyinka mucaarid iyo muxaafid u baahan ee wada tashi iyo wadajir u baahan waxa ka mid ah..Dhegeyso



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20 February, 2015

Madaxwaynaha Somaliland Oo Ka Badheedhay Doorashada Somaliland Ka Dhacay...





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Deadly blasts rock Mogadishu hotel







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MOGADISHU (HOL)----At least 10 people were killed and many others were wounded after two suicide attacks rocked a hotel frequented by Somali government officials on Friday, officials said.



The attack started after a suicide car bomber detonated his explosives-laden car onto the gate of Central town which is close to Somalia's presidential palace, followed by a suicide bomber who walked into the hotel where Somali politicians were staying.

The dead include Somali MP Omar Ali Nur (Furdug), the deputy Mogadishu mayor Mohamed Adan Guled (Ano-Geel) and other politicians. Soldiers were killed in the blasts as well.

Among those also died is Abdifatah Khalif Badiyow who is from Toronto, Canada

Soldiers sealed off the scene of the attack as ambulances rushed the wounded to the hospitals in the city which has seen attacks by the Al-Qaeda-linked militants in Somalia. Al-shabab has claimed the responsibility for the latest attack.


Those who died today deadly attack in MogadishuSomali president Hassan Sheikh Mohamud condemned the attack, vowing his government would continue fighting against Al-Shabab.



The bombing happened as residents of the hotel were preparing to pray at a mosque in the hotel.

The attack comes as Somalia's security forces started a large sweeping against suspected militants in the town last week.


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Nuxurka Khudbaddi Gudomiye CIRO Jeediyay







Dorashadu hadday qabsoomi weydo ha la dhiso xukuumad ku meel gaadh ah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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19 February, 2015

Mowqifka Xisbiga Kulmiye ee Doorashooyinka

GUDDOOMIYAHA KULMIYE:          19/02/2015

Shirkii todobaadlaha ahaa ee Golaha wasiirada Xukuumada Somaliland ee maalinta khamiista ah lagu qaban jiray qasriga madaxtooyada Somaliland, oo ay maanta kala qaybgaleen hogaanka Xisbiga talada haye ee Kulmiye, ayaa halkaasi ka soo jeediyey Mawqifka Xisbiga Kulmiye ee la xidhiidha Doorashooyinka.
Waxaana shirka sidii caadadu ahayd gudoominaayey oo furay Madaxweynaha Jamhuuriyada Somaliland mudane Axmed Maxamed Silaanyo,  oo uu wehelinaayo Madaxweyne ku xigeenka Somaliland Mudane Cabdiraxmaan CabdilaahI isMAACIIL Saylici, waxaana ku xigay Gudomiyaha Xisbiga Kulmiye Mudane Muuse Biixi Cabdi.
Waxaanu u dhignaa nuxurka qoraalkaasi uu gudoomiyuhu akhriyey Sidan:-

Mudane madaxweyne

Waxa inoo  farxada inaan maanta halkan ku kulano oo cidwalba u cadayno mowqifka xisbigeena ee doorashooyinka.

Dimuraadiyadu waji gaar ah ayey u leedahay dal kasta iyo dadkiisa , sababta oo ah waxa ay ka soo dhexbaxdaa habka dhaqan-dhaqaale, diimeed, taariikheed iyo isdhexgalka bulsho ee ummad waliba leedahay.

Kulmiye wuxuu ku dadaalayaa in uu ku dhaqmo tiirarka dimuqraadiyada ee faa iidada inno leh. Laba kamida tiirarkaasi waa:-

1. In golayaasha qaranka iyo Dawladaha hoose ku yimaadaan xafiiska doorasho xor ah, isla markaana u hogaansanaadaan rabitaanka codbixiyeyaasha

2. In la helo doorashooyin hufan oo ku qabsooma wakhtigoodii

Hadaba xisbiga iyo xukuumadu, gaar ahaan madaxweynuhu isaga oo arrimahaa ka duulaya waxa wakhtigoodii ku fuliyey hawlihii kaga aadanaa doorashooyinka, kuwaasi oo ahaa sadex qodob.
1. Dhamaystir sharci
2. Magacaabida GDQ
3. Dhaqaale

Intaa waxaa dheer in madaxweynuhu u qoray daneeyayaasha doorashooyinka warqad uu ku muujinayo u diyaargarowga doorashooyinka (latter of commitment) 17/11/2013.

Waxaa hubaal ah in madaxweynaha ka gudbeen qodabadaasi wakhtigoodii, waxaana la ogyahay in ay ku xanibmeen xafiiska gudoomiyaha wakiilada oo isagu qayb wayn ku lahaa fulinta sadexda qodob.

Mawqifka kulmiye

1.  In komishanku leeyahay awooda wakhtiga doorashada la qabanayo
2. In kulmiye uu diyaar u yahay doorashada, galaayana marka komishanku iclaamiyo
3. Hadii doorashadu dib u dhacdo xisbiyada qaranka laba arrimood oo keliya ayaa la gudboon, kuwaasi oo kala ah.  

maxaa innaga khaldamay? iyo sidee ugu fiican ee doorashada u qabsanaa, labadaana waxaa loo raacayaa sharciga, midna waa biyo kama dhibcaan ee ha la ogaado, cidkasta oo dood qabtaa waa in aanay ka bixin xayndaabka  sharciga

Hadiii doorashadu wakhtigeedii ku qabsoomiwaydo hawlaha qaranku, waxa ay u soconayaan sidoodii, iyada oo la raacayo sharciga dalka u degen.

Xisbiga kulmiye caad kama saarna in fikradaha iska hor imanaya iyo  baanisuhu yihiin dabeecadaha hannaanka xisbiyada badan, hase ahaatee waxa iyana ka mid ah dhaqanka dimuqraadiyadda in isu caqli celin iyo isqancin lagu gaadho talo la isla qaato.

waa taa bisaylka siyaasadeed ee danta guud ku jirtaa, waa aragtida kulmiye ka duulayo ee ku maaraynayo hawlaha qarankan naf iyo maalba loo soo huray .

    Muj. Muuse Biixi Cabdi
Gudoomiyaha Xisbiga Kulmiye


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Saudi Arabia and the Muslim Brotherhood: a conditional return


Saudi Arabia and the Muslim Brotherhood: a conditional return
Muhammad Al-Sadiq




Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al-Faisal



The recent statements made by Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al-Faisal in which he said, "Our problem is not with the Muslim Brotherhood per se but with a small faction of the group and our concern that they will not pledge allegiance to a higher power", gave the Brotherhood renewed hopes that they might be able to return to the kingdom and the neighbouring Emirates after a campaign was launched against them to ensure that they do not gain a seat in power where possible.

Over the course of the last week, there have been many media leaks regarding the kingdom's decision on how to classify the Muslim Brotherhood and these statements have given the movement a renewed sense of hope after it was leaked that Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi had described the Gulf states as a group of "half-states". Sisi went on to lament that the Gulf states had so much money that their wealth was "as abundant as rice" and went on to emphasise that his relationship with them was a "give and take" relationship.

With Saud Al-Faisal's new statements, the question that everyone seems to be asking is what will the renewed relationship between Saudi Arabia and the Muslim Brotherhood look like and what are the Kingdom's terms for the group's rehabilitation. We must keep in mind that the Gulf states have already placed the Muslim Brotherhood on their list of terrorist groups and that the group's dynamic in the Arab world has largely changed post Arab Spring. Yet, it is important to note that the relationship between the Muslim Brotherhood and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is one that has its own long-standing history.

The history of the relationship between the Muslim Brotherhood and Saudi Arabia dates back to the group's establishment with Sheikh Hassan Al-Banna, who had developed a strong relationship with the kingdom in order to take advantage of the Hajj season, which Al-Banna was keen to attend every year. However, the relationship changed in the middle of the 1950s when the group clashed with the common opponent, Gamal Abdel-Nasser. After members of the group attempted to assassinate Abdel-Nasser, the Egyptian government forced many of the Brotherhood's members into jail while others fled to the Saudi Arabia, which provided them with a safe haven. In fact, the kingdom at the time, allowed Brotherhood members to control some of the state's institutions, such as religious and educational affairs, and provided them with the opportunity to strengthen their economic ties, create their own companies and even granted some of the group's leaders Saudi citizenship.

But the pure nature of this relationship was negatively affected by a series of regional circumstances, among them being the Muslim Brotherhood's decision to support the Iranian Revolution under the leadership of Ayatollah Khomeini. Soon after came the Gulf War to add more fuel to the fire. The then Iraqi President Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait and set his sights on the country's borders with the kingdom and it was at this point that the Muslim Brotherhood announced its allegiance to Saddam Hussein on the basis that it rejected King Fahad's decision to allow American and foreign troops to enter the country. This marked the first moment in history where the Muslim Brotherhood had visibly mobilised against the kingdom and in response to this declaration, Saudi Arabia considered the Muslim Brotherhood to be a group that was not thankful for the many favours that had been done for them.

Certainly, the nature of the relationship was a "give and take relationship" for just as Saudi Arabia allowed the Muslim Brotherhood to operate within its territory through its official and semi-official institutions, the group also crystallised a political religious ideology that it was able to use as a steel arm against the kingdom's and its own political opponents both at home and abroad. There is nothing preventing the Muslim Brotherhood from returning to the heart of the kingdom so long as it agrees to abide by certain terms of a political re-positioning.

We must bear in mind the greater regional circumstances that are occupying the minds of the Saudi Arabia as many of the country's leaders are concerned with fighting ISIS, and with the growing Iranian presence as well as US-Iranian rapprochement. There is also the issue of the increasing chaos in Yemen. In light of all these situations, it is impossible for us to expect that the kingdom will re-consider its foreign policy; however, the Muslim Brotherhood will have to meet certain conditions if it wants to make a comeback in the kingdom and if they want to survive in the Gulf at large.

This article was first published in Arabic by alaraby.co.uk







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