QADR OF ALLAH. The Narration of Abu Bakr As-Siddiq Imam Ahmad recorded from Abu Bakr that he said to the Messenger of Allah , "O Messenger of Allah! Do we act according t o what has already been decided, or is the matter just beginning (i.e., still undecided)'' (Indeed it is according to what has already been decided.) Then Abu Bakr said, "Then what (good) are deeds, O Messenger of Allah'' He replied, (Everyone will find it easy to do such deeds that will lead him to what he was created for.)
29 July, 2015
JEDDAH: A Mercedes car with a Saudi number plate was spotted in Israel. The discovery led to intense discussion on social media websites on Tuesday.
According to reports, the car was spotted last week in Jaffa’s Clock Tower Square by Jacky Hugi, the Middle East editor for Israel’s Army Radio, who posted the picture on Twitter.
Makkah newspaper reported that the car belonged to an American national. The newspaper identified him as Phillip Allen, “who works in the construction sector.”
The newspaper claimed that it called Allen and he seemed unaware of the controversy.
“I don’t have Twitter and I have not seen the photo of my car,” he was quoted as saying in the newspaper.
He admitted that he was on holidays in Israel and that his papers were checked four times by the Israeli police during his trip because of the (Saudi) registration number.
Later on Tuesday, Sabq.org said the car owner was British and identified him as Phillip Christopher. He works as a manager at an elevator company in Riyadh, said the online publication.
Saudi Arabia does not have diplomatic ties with Israel. In May, Saudi Arabian Airlines canceled a contract with a Portuguese company for taking an off-duty airliner with Saudi Arabian Airlines branding for maintenance at Ben Gurion International Airport in Israel.
22 July, 2015
GEERIDA MARXUUM SHEEKH CABDILLAAHI DIIRIYE SOORAAN
Mustashaar Axmed Xasan Carwo, la-taliyaha Madaaxweynaha ee Dhaqaalaha, Ganacsiga iyo Maalgashigu waxuu tacsi u dirayaa Shacabweynaha, iyo Golayaasha Dawladda Somaliland gaar ahaan gobalka Hawd, iyo dhammaan beel weynta Soomaaliyeed , geerida ku timid Sheekh Cabdillaahi Diiriye Sooraan, waxuuna si gaar ah u tacsiyadeynayaa qoyska, tafiirta, ehelka kale, qaraabada, asxaabta iyo culumada Marxuumku sida gaar ah uga baxay. Cabdillaahi Sooraan waxuu ahaa nin bulshada u huray wacyogelin joogto ah, mid dhaqan iyo mid diineedba. Waxuu ahaa samofale foojigan, hanuuniye toosan, deeqsi aan jeeb iyo weedh midna ku masuugin, geesi hadal cad oo runta si asturan u sheega. Marxaladaha u soo marayna dhammaan ka ahaa xidig si cad uga muuqda.
ILLAAHAY WAXAAN UGA BARYAYAA SHEEKHA NAXARIIS, DAMBI DHAAF, IYO INUU QABRIGA U WAASICIYO, UGANA DHIGO BEER KA MID AH BEERAHA JANNATUL FARDAWSTA SARE. QOYS , EHEL, IYO DHAMMAAN SOOMAALIBA INA WAAFAJIYO SAMIR IYO DUCO.
17 July, 2015
Allaahu Akbar ,Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar. Waa dhawaaqa maanta ka yeedhaaya daafaha dunida oo dhan. Dal Islaam iyo mid gaalba. Ma jiro dal aan dhawaaqaasi ka baxayn. Waa nimco balladhaan iyo guul Alle. Waa ciidii soonfur oo ka dambeysay bishii quraanka bishii soonka ee ramadaan. Ayaamo kheyr iyo barako oo is barkaday.
Ciid mubaarak dhammaan ummadda Islaamka. Ku ciida caafimaad, ku ciida akhlaaq wacan iyo dhaqanka Islaamka. Isu duceeya isa saamaxa, isu naxa, is gargaara, miskiinka iyo inta baahan caawiya. Allow dabka ka baxaaya dunida Islaamka Allow bakhtii, Allow nabad iyo naruuro ku soo dabaal. Allow madaxdooda ku toosi xaqqa, kana leexi dulmiga iyo qalooca. Allow tubta toosan nagu hagaaji.
Soomaaliland shacab iyo xukuumad, rag iyo dumar, caruur iyo ciroole, miyi iyo magaalo iyo Soomaalida kale dhammaan iga guddooma salaanta ciidda iga guddooma hanbalyo iyo bogaadin kal iyo laab ah, ciid mubaarak, ku ciida caafimaad, ku ciida nabad kuna ciida barwaaqo iyo naruuro, mustaqbal wacan iyo if iyo aakhiro san.
16 July, 2015
La-taliyaha Madaxweynaha ee Dhaqaalaha,Ganacsiga iyo Maalgashiga Mudane Axmed Carwo, waxuu tacsi iyo murugo la qaybsanayaa shacab iyo xukuumadda Soomaliland guud ahaan geerida ku timid Marxuum Fu'aad Aadan Cadde LA-TALIYIHII Madaxweynaha ee Gobalada Barri. Waxuuna si gaar ah u tacsiyadeynayaa ehelka, ubadka, tafiirta, xaaska, qaraabada iyo qoyska reer Aadan Cadde iyo guud ahaan Goballada Bari.
Axmed oo ka waramaaya Marxuumku waxuu yidhi"waxuu ahaa nin aan cidi kaga horreyn dhismaha qarannimada Soomaliland, isagoo dagaal maskax, maal iyo ruuxba u huray nabadeenta iyo dhismaha qaranka. Aniga waxuu ii ahaa macalin iyo saaxiib aan wax badan ka bartay halgankii nabadeenta beelaha Soomaliland iyo dhismaha dawladnimo. Waxuu caan ku ahaa run sheeg, aan xaqqa ka aamusin, mabda adag oon sida loo badan yahay ahyn leydh raac iyo nin ka xorroobay cunsuridda qabiil isagoo taasi ka hor joogsan inuu beeshiisa u doono xuquuqdooda. WAXUU NECBAA QABYAALADDA AAN WAXTARKA LAHYN"
Fu'aad Alle ha u naxariisto hana ka yeelo kuwa dhaxla jannatul fardaws, iyadoo astaamo wacan inooga muuqdaan maalinta uu dhintay ee 29kii Ramadaan oo ah maalin raxmad iyo naxariis leh. Illaahay heyna waafajiyo inaynu u duceyno geesiga inaga baxay. Ehel iyo asxaabna Alle ha waafajiyo samir iyo iimaan.
Axmed Xasan Carwo
La-taliyaha Madaxweynaha ee Dhaqaalaha, Ganacsiga iyo Maalgashiga
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Subject: Somaliland losing youth to lure of Europe
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Somaliland losing youth to lure of Europe
HARGEISA, 16 July 2015 (IRIN) - Mohamed Hossien Geeldoon never questioned putting his life in the hands of smugglers who promised to covertly transport him from his home in Somaliland in the Horn of Africa to Europe.
"You would never try to go legally as a Somali; it's impossible," said Geeldoon, now 27. "But once you have the idea of migration in your head, it doesn't go away."
The then 21-year-old was convinced that making it to Europe was his best chance of getting a higher education and bettering his future. But after a two-year long odyssey mired with multiple failed attempts to cross the Mediterranean and great personal and financial costs to him and his family, he was back where he started.
He is a reminder that migrants were throwing themselves at the mercy of the Mediterranean long before the number of attempted crossings reached the levels we are seeing today – with nearly 160,000 sea arrivals so far this year, according to the International Organization for Migration.
As the European Union continues to engage in deeply divisive talks about how to deal with the influx to its shores, Somaliland – a self-declared state internationally recognised as an autonomous region of Somalia – is having its own conversation about why so many of its young people are risking everything to reach Europe.
Cautionary tales no deterrent
Policymakers in this region of 3.5 million people, where youth unemployment sits at between 60 and 70 percent, are struggling to come up with ways to convince would-be migrants that the often hollow promise of a better life in Europe is blinding them to the perils of getting there.
Somaliland's immigration commissioner Maxamed Cali Yuusuf says as many as 300 people, predominantly young men, leave Somaliland each month. They rely on a sophisticated network of smugglers to take them through Ethiopia, Sudan and Libya, with Europe as the promised destination.
Lanky and always sharply dressed with plastic-rimmed glasses framing his thin face, Geeldoon wants to serve as a cautionary tale for others. He visits schools across the country to share some of the harrowing details of his attempted journey to Europe.
There is no shortage to choose from. At one point, after his smuggler abandoned him and his fellow travellers in the Sahara desert in Sudan with no food or water, Geeldoon walked for 12 days before reaching the Libyan border. Fifteen of the 32 people in his group did not survive the desert trek.
Photo: Adrian Leversby/IRIN
Other incidents included witnessing a smuggler near the Libyan border beat a pregnant woman because her family had not paid a ransom demand, and watching a man jump from an overcrowded boat that had been at sea in the Mediterranean for three days after he thought he saw land.
But the disillusionment with life in Somaliland that so many young men feel is difficult to overcome. Research has consistently found that migrants are usually well-informed about the dangers that lie ahead, but view the expected benefits of reaching their destination as worth the risk.
"Sometimes I tell people my story, and they still go," Geeldoon said.
Jama Musse, director of the Hargeisa Cultural Centre in the capital, said that young people in Somaliland feel a lack of hope and a disconnection with older generations who grew up with different expectations.
"I consider peace an achievement; for them this is normal," he said, referring to Somaliland's battle for its self-declared independence from Somalia in 1991 after several years of fighting.
Somaliland's youth has experienced stability and a form of nascent democracy not found in many other countries in the region, but is nevertheless disenchanted with its government and its lack of capacity to help them stake out a place in an increasingly globalised world.
At a recent event at the Cultural Centre to discuss youth migration, young participants clamoured at the opportunity – microphone in hand – to grill government officials.
"I see the government as the smugglers," quipped one. Many accused the government of enabling corruption and serving an entrenched tribal system that inherently favours elders at the expense of younger members of society.
Looking for solutions
The government "woke up" to the unfolding crisis of youth migration in 2013, said Abdirisaq Mohamed Saed, head of international cooperation at the foreign ministry. That year, Somaliland's government formed an inter-agency committee to propose policy solutions and create more jobs. Saed described advocacy campaigns, a renewed commitment by law enforcement to arrest smugglers, and the establishment of a government-sponsored employment centre as successes that have begun chipping away at the problem.
But he admitted that government funding had tapered off and that more youth are migrating than ever before.
Nimo Ali, a PhD student at SOAS, University of London, who is studying the impacts of illegal migration, suggested that the government's focus on job creation is unlikely to have any significant impact on migration flows. Creating jobs on the needed scale would require major foreign investment and significantly improved infrastructure such as better roads and electricity connections. In the short term, she said, Somaliland needs to address some of the social factors driving migration.
In particular, she highlighted the unintended consequences that the return of Somaliland's diaspora from abroad is having on the psyche of younger generations.
"They create a narrative that if you leave and come back… you have opportunities," she told IRIN. Those that return from abroad bring language skills and foreign passports that make them attractive candidates for government and NGO jobs, which are known to be some of the highest paying.
The diaspora's economic contributions, through remittances and local development of business are indispensable to Somaliland's economy, but Ali worries that this is perpetuating a social hierarchy whereby respect and prestige are derived from being a dual-passport holder.
The result is that many see the only way to get ahead as to travel outside the country.
"It's good to acknowledge [the diaspora's important] role, but we have to be careful of the message that we send to young people," Ali said. "You need to make sure that diaspora contribute to and don't replace the efforts that locals are making."
Others argue that the international community's long-time stance of not recognising Somaliland's independence forces people to migrate illegally. They point out that with the exception of Ethiopia, Somaliland does not host any foreign embassies and thus a Somaliland passport does not take holders far beyond its borders.
Tom Vens, head of the politics, press and information section of the EU delegation to Somalia, disputes the argument that Somaliland's ghost nation status fuels migration. He believes there is "an important role for legal migration" through scholarships and other policies that encourage it, but that "it will not address the fundamental problems" driving the exodus.
If the opportunity presented itself, Geeldoon would still go to Europe, but he vows to never again try it illegally.
But asked if he was on the winning side of the battle against illegal migration, he responded, "No, no, no," and shook his head.
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09 July, 2015
As we are in the last ten days of Ramadan which includes the Night of Power (Laylatul Qadr), we have to reflect on their virtue and spiritual assets. There are many fictions and fabrications in relation to this night specifically and to the last ten days of Ramadan in general. There are stories about surprise encounters of saints and prophets in disguise, mostly as beggars in the most detesting and disgusting shape and clothing. There are others who celebrate the greatness of this night in worldly festive mood with music and dance, similar to the Christmas, and even distribute surprise gifts to children and poor families, in a manner near to that of Father Christmas.
I do not want to indulge myself into innovations and misinterpretation of this glorious night, lest I may distract those of weak hearts from this special night full of Allah's mercy and forgiveness. May Allah make us those who endorse this night in prayer and dikr, as prescribed by Allah and his Messenger. Let us commit ourselves to commemorate this ten nights in accordance to the conduct of the Prophet and his companions.
The following article by one of the greatest scholars of Islam, Sheikh Salman al-Aodah (may Allah reward him about his unreserved efforts in spreading the correct principles and practices of Islam), will guide us to the proper way of honouring last ten days of Ramadan. The article is posted in its authenticity and entirety, without any change in shape and form from www.islamtoday.com.
Let us pray for peace in our homeland and that of all Muslims.
The Last Ten Nights of Ramadan
Sheikh Salman al-Oadah
The last ten nights of Ramadan are very special. The first of these nights occurs on the eve of the 21st day of Ramadan. In other words, it is the night that commences after the completion of the 20th day of fasting. Sometimes there are only nine nights, whenever the month of Ramadan lasts for only 29 days. Nevertheless, they are still traditionally referred to as "the last ten nights".
The last ten nights of Ramadan are very special. These are the nights that the Prophet (peace be upon him) would spend in constant worship. Among these nights is Laylah al-Qadr – a night more blessed than a thousand months.
The Prophet (peace be upon him) used to single these nights out for worship and the performance of good deeds. He would exert himself in worship during these ten nights more than any other nights of the year.
`Â'ishah tells us: "During the last ten nights of Ramadan, the Prophet (peace be upon him) would tighten his waist belt and spend the night in worship. He would also wake up his family." [Sahîh al-Bukhârî (1920)]
`Â'ishah also says: "I had never known Allah's Messenger (peace be upon him) to read the entire Qur'ân in a single night, or to spend the whole night in prayer up until the morning, or to spend a whole month in fasting – except in Ramadan." [Sunan al-Nasâ'î (1641) and Sunan Ibn Mâjah (1348)]
When we say that the Prophet (peace be upon him) spent the whole night in worship, we should qualify it. This is because he would spend some time eating dinner, partaking of his pre-dawn meal, and other similar activities. However, he would spend most of the night in worship.
Waking Up the Family
`Â'ishah informs us that the Prophet (peace be upon him) used to wake up his family during the last ten nights of Ramadan. Indeed, he used to wake up his wives for prayer throughout the year, but that was so that they could pray for a small fraction of the night.
We know this, because Umm Salamah relates that the Prophet (peace be upon him) woke her up one night and said: "Glory be to Allah. What has been sent down of trials during this night? What has been sent down of treasures, so that the denizens of the bedchambers will be awakened? O Lord! To be clothed in this world by naked in the Hereafter." [Sahîh al-Bukhârî (1074)]
During the last ten nights of Ramadan, the Prophet (peace be upon him) would wake up his wives to pray for a much longer portion of the night than during the rest of the year.
Exerting Oneself in Worship
`Â'isha tells us: "The Prophet would exert himself in worship during the last ten nights more than at any other time of the year." [Sahîh Muslim (1175)]
The great jurist, al-Shâfi`î declares: "It is Sunnah for one to exert greater efforts in worship during the last ten nights of Ramadan." [al-Majmû` (6/397)]
When `Â'ishah tells us that the Prophet (peace be upon him) would "tighten his waistbelt", she is speaking figuratively. The phrase means to set about to devote oneself fully and wholeheartedly to the task at hand.
Seeking Out Laylah al-Qadr
One of the greatest distinctions of these ten special nights is that one of them is Laylah al-Qadr – the Night of Decree. This is the greatest night of the year – better than a thousand months. This means that a Muslim can earn more rewards on Laylah al-Qadr than he would if – excluding this special night – he were worship his Lord for eighty-four years straight. This is one of the immense favors that Allah has bestowed upon the Muslim community.
Ibrâhîm al-Nakha`î says: "Good works performed on this night are better than those performed consistently for a thousand months."
Abû Hurayrah relates that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said: "Whoever spends Laylah al-Qadr in prayer, believing in Allah and seeking His reward, will be forgiven all of his past sins." [Sahîh al-Bukhârî (1802) and Sahîh Muslim (760)]
Belief in Allah, in this hadîth, means not only to believe in Allah, but to believe in the reward that we are promised for observing prayer on this night.
Laylah al-Qadr is on one of the odd nights. `Â'ishah relates that Allah's Messenger (peace be upon him) said: "Seek out Laylah al-Qadr in the odd nights during the last ten nights of Ramadan." [Sahîh al-Bukhârî (1913) and Sahîh Muslim (1169)]
It is most likely one of the last seven odd nights. Ibn `Umar relates that Allah's Messenger (peace be upon him) said: "Look for it in the last ten nights. If one of you falls weak or unable to do so, then he should at least try on the seven remaining nights." [Sahîh Muslim (1165)]
The most likely candidate for Laylah al-Qadr is the 27th night of Ramadan. This is indicated by the statement of `Ubayy b. Ka`b: "I swear by Allah that I know which night it is. It is the night in which Allah's Messenger (peace be upon him) ordered us to observe in prayer. It is the night on the eve of the 27th of Ramadan. Its sign is that the Sun will rise in the morning of that day white without exuding any rays." [Sahîh Muslim (762)]
A Muslim should seek out this special night by spending the last ten nights of Ramadan engaged in various acts of worship. These include reciting the remembrances of Allah, reading the Qur'ân, and begging Allah's forgiveness.
It is best for us to strive hard on all ten nights, because the Prophet (peace be upon him) said: The way we "look for" Laylah al-Qadr is by engaging in extra worship.
When the Prophet (peace be upon him) said: "Look for it in the last ten nights" he did not mean that we should literally "look for" signs and indications that distinguish Laylah al-Qadr from other nights. The things that distinguish Laylah al-Qadr from other nights are part of the Unseen.
Allah says: " Surely We revealed it on a blessed night. Surely We ever wish to warn (against evil) – On this night, every wise matter is made distinct." [Sûrah al-Dukhân (3-4)]
Allah says: "Laylah al-Qadr is better than a thousand months. The angels and the Spirit descend therein, by the permission of their Lord, with every decree. (This night is) peace, until the rising of the dawn." [Sûrah al-Qadr (3-5)]
These are the ways in which Laylah al-Qadr is special. They are not things that we can see with our eyes. No one after the Prophet (peace be upon him) can see the angels.
Observing a Retreat in the Mosque (I`tikâf)
Observing a retreat in the mosque is of the best things we can do during the last ten nights of Ramadan. `Â'ishah tells us: "The Prophet (peace be upon him) used to observe a retreat in the mosque during the last ten nights of Ramadan up until he died. His wives continued to observe this practice after his death." [Sahîh al-Bukhârî (1922) and Sahîh Musli (1172)]
The practice of i`tikâf is a strongly recommended act. It is defined as remaining in retreat in the mosque for the express purpose of worship. The purpose of doing so is to devote one's heart exclusively to Allah. The person engaging in i`tikâf keeps this intention close to mind and seeks Allah's blessings. He should not forget the reason why he is observing this retreat.
A person observing i`tikâf does not leave the mosque except for what is absolutely necessary (like going to the bathroom). While in the mosque, he should busy himself with the remembrance of Allah. He should make sure to offer the remembrances of the morning and evening and the prescribed remembrances for the five daily prayers. He should perform all of the Sunnah prayers and all other recommended prayers, like the Duhâ prayer. He should read as much of the Qur'ân as he can.
He should spend less time eating and sleep as little as possible. He should avoid unnecessary talk. However, he should engage in advising his fellow Muslims and in enjoining them to truth and to patience.
It is encouraged for us to be extra generous during the last ten nights of Ramadan, without being extravagant or ostentatious in our giving. Ibn `Abbâs relates that: "Allah's Messenger (peace be upon him) was the most generous of all people in doing good, and he was at his most generous during the month of Ramadan. Gabriel used to meet with him every year throughout the month of Ramadan, so the Prophet could recite the Qur'ân to him. Whenever Gabriel met with him, he became more generous than a beneficial breeze." [Sahîh al-Bukhârî (1902) and Sahîh Muslim (2308)]
Al-Nawawî states [al-Majmû` (6/398)]:
Generosity and open-handedness are strongly encouraged in Ramadan, especially during the last ten nights. By doing so, we emulate the example of Allah's Messenger (peace be upon him) as well as of our Pious Predecessors. Also, this month is noble, and good works carried out in this month are more blessed than they are at any other time. Also, during this month, people are preoccupied with fasting and worship, and this distracts them from their livelihood, so they might need some assistance during this time. END.
BY SHEIKH SALMAN AL-AODAH.
25 June, 2015
Waa dharaartaan waxyeeladii dhaqdhaqnay, noqonay qaran xor ah oo ku biiray dunida xorta ah. Waa ayaanta aynu xididka u taagnay qarannimada Soomaliland. Waana iyada tan aynu u garnaqsanaa ee sharciyeynaysa qarannimadeena. 26 June 1960, rabitaanka shacbiga ayaa caydhiyey isticmaarkii Ingiris, isla rabitaanka dadweynaha ayaa sidoo kale soo celiyey kolkay fool habowday dhidib adagna u taagay qarannimada Soomaliland..
GUJI HOOS OO DHEGEYSO0 ABWAAN TIMOCADDE AHUN IYO GABAYGII CAANKA AH EE 28KA JUUN
Aan xusno oon siino qiimaha ay leedahay.
Axmed Xasan Carwo
Dhaqaalaha, Ganacsiga iyo Maalgashiga
24 June, 2015
La-taliye Mustashaar Axmed Xasan Carwo waxuu tacsi u dirayaa siiyaasiinta, Guurtida reer Awdal iyo guud ahaan golayaasha qaranka iyo shacbiga Somaliland isaga oo ka tacsiyadaynaaya geerida ku timid alle ha u naxariistee Marxuum Maxamuud Axmed Barre oo ku geeriyooday Hargeysa 24/06/2015.,
waxaanu tacsi taasi la mida u dirayaa Qoyskii, Ehelkii, Qaraabadii, iyo Asxaabtii uu ka baxay Alle ha u naxaristee Marxuumku,
Marxuumku waxuu ahaa tiir ka baxay hogaanka siyaasadda qaranka kana soo shaqeeyey nabadayntii iyo dib u dhiskii dalka, isagoo xilal waweyn soo qabtay kana mid ahaa guurtida intaanu ku soo biirin Golaha Wasiirada oo uu ahaa Wasiirka Shaqada iyo Arrimaha Qoyska. Waxuu Maxamuud Axmed ahaa siyaasi ruug cadda ah oo meesha uu joogaba ka muuqda.
Mustashaar Axmed Carwo waxa uu marxuumka Alle uga baryayaa inuu naxariistii jannatu fardawsa ka waraabiyo, qabriga u waasiciyo oo uu u nuuro. Innagana dhammaan ina waafajiyo duco iyo samir.
16 June, 2015
TACSI KA TIMID LATALIYAHA MADAXWEYNAHA JSL EE DHAQAALAHA,GANACSIGA IYO MAALGASHIGA GEERIDA Marxuum Suldaan Maxamed Xasan Ibraahim
15 June, 2015
La-taliyaha Madaxweynha ee Dhaqaalaha, Ganacsiga iyo Maalgashiga Mudane Axmed Carwo wuxuu Tacsi ka dirayaa geerida Marxuum Suldaan Xiis Barre
Ahmed Hassan Arwo
La-taliyaha Madaxweynaha JSL
Dhaqaalaha, Ganacsiga iyo Maalgashiga
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03 June, 2015
Inaa Lilaahi wa Inaa Ileyhi Raajicuun
Marka hore waxaan Tacsi u dirayaa Qoyska, Qaraabada, iyo Ummada Somaliland ee uu Shalay ka baxay Allah Naxariistii Janno ha ugu deeqee Marxuum Cabdi Cismaan Aw Cali oo ku magac dheeraa Cabdi Naano oo uu maanta Dhagarqabe ka xaq darani uu ku dilay Nawaaxiga Masalaha ee magaalada Hargeysa.
Marxuumku waxa uu ahaa Geesi ka soo qayb qaatay halgankii qadhaadhaa ee shacbigeenu uu kula jiray Xukuumadii Haligantay ee Maxamed Siyaad Barre uu hormuudka u ahaa. Waxaan jecelahay inaan halkan wax yar ku xuso taariikha kooban iyo aqoonta aan u lahaa marxuumkaas.
Qiyaas ahaan waxay ahayd billihii u horreeyay ee Sanadkii 1989kii, waxaana aan markaas ka mid ahaa Ciidan SNM ah oo ku sugnaa deegaanka Maygaagaha ee koonfur/Hawd kaga beeggan xeridii Qaxootiga ee Biyoxidheenka la odhan jiray, xeraadaas oo wax yar xagga Bari ka xigta magaalada Hargeysa, dhinacana ku haysa meesha loo yaqaan Halleeya. waxaa goobtaas Maygaagaha fadhiyay Ciidankii SNM Qaybta Saddexaad, waxaanay ahayd ka hor intii aan la samaynin Guutadii Koodbuur, iyada oo aanu Maygaagaha ku suganahay oo ay tahay goor Casar ah oo ay Cadceedu gaaban tahay ayay Gaadhi Xamuul ah oo noo yimi ay ka soo degeen Marxuum Cabdi Naano iyo Saaxiibkii oo ay wada socdeen oo la odhan Maxamed Maxamuud Warsame oo ku magac dheeraa “Casay”. Allah ha u naxariistee, Gaadhigaasi waxa uu ka yimi Xeradii Qaxootiga ee Kaam-Abokor ee ku taallay gudaha Dalka Itoobiya oo ay ku sugnaayeen Qoxooti tiro badan oo ka soo qaxay dagaaladii Dhulkeena ka qarxay sanadkii 1988kii.
Allah ha u Naxariistee waxay markaasi ahayd Aragatidii iigu horreysay ee aanu kulano Cabdi Naano iyo saaxiibkii Maxamed Casey, Hase yeeshee waxaan markiiba ogaaday inuu Cabdi Naano ka mid ahaa Ardaydii ka qalin jabisay dugsiga sare ee Maxamuud Axmed Cali ee magaalada Hargeysa oo markii SNM ay soo gashay Hargeysa uu qoriga qaatay oo halgankii ka qayb qaatay, kuna dhaawacmay, ka dibna uu in muddo ah dhaawaca ka soo kabanayay, galabtaasna uu u yimi inuu Halganka sii wado markii uu bogsaday.
Deegaanka Maygaagaha ee aan ku sugnaa waxa uu xiligaas ahaa ka guuraa aanay reero badani degenayn oo laga hayaamay, waxaana jihada Waqooyi ka kulaalayay Ciidankii Dawlada ee Teedsanaa goobihii ay ka midka ahaayeen magaalada Hargeysa , Xeradii Biyoxidhka, Xeradii Dararweyne iyo nawaaxiga ku xeeran, waxaana jiray weerraro goos-goos ah oo labada dhinac ay isku qaadaan, laakiin muu socon dagaal weyn oo joogto ahi, Ciidamada Dawladu waxay ku jireen Magaalooyinka waaweyn gudahooda, Ciidamada jabhaduna waxay ahaayeen kuwa dul jooga oo aan ka fogayn magaalooyinka waaweyn.
Allah ha u Naxariistee Marxuum Cabdi Naano oo markaas kasoo kabtay dhaawaca Hargeysa ka soo sanadkii 19988kii waxa uu markiiba ka qayb qaatay dagaalo kala duwan oo uu mar walba geesinimo ka muujin jiray oo aynaan halkan dhamaantood ku xusi karin, balse aynu soo qaadano Dagaalkan Taariikhiga ah ee ka dhacay Xaruntii SNM ee Balligubadle oo uu Cabdi Naano ku Dhaawacmay, Saaxiibkii Maxamed Case na uu ku dhintay Allah qabrriga ha u nuuree.
Dagaalkii Bali Gubadle; Geeridii Muj: Casey iyo Dhaawiicii Muj: Cabdi Naano !
Galabtii Qadhaadhayd ee ay Ciidamadii Dawlada Siyaad Barre gacanta ku dhigeen Magaalada Balli-gubadle oo ahayd Xaruntii Almis ee Xoogaga Wadaniga Soomaaliyeed ee SNM saldhiga u ahayd ayaa goor galab ah anaga oo ku sugan Tuulada Dabo-Bahal oo Hargeysa dhinaca Koonfur Bari kaga toosan deggan oo ay Ciidanku Qamadidoodii karsanayaan ayaa waxa noo yimi Gaadhi yar oo uu Toyoto ah oo uu saarnaa qori B10 ah oo uu la socday Muj. Axmed Koosaar Tarabi oo ku magac dheer Siiraanyo, imikana ah Gaashaanle ka tirsan Ciidanka Qaranka Somaliland, waxaana la socday nin la odhan jiray Xaashi, iyada uu gaadhigaas darawal ka ahaa nin lagu magacaabi jiray Cadaani Allah ha u Naxariistee , waxaana ay nagu wargaliyeen in Xaruntii Balligubadle ay gacanta u gashay Ciidamadii Nacabka ahaa ee naxariista darnaa ee dawlada oo uu hogaaminayay Jen. cabdicasiis Cali Barre oo runtii ahaa Janaraal dagaal yahan ah oo Xarrago dagaalami jiray, kana duwanaa oo ka dhaqan fiicnaa taliyayaashii Ciidanka Dawlada ee shicibka xasuuqi jiray.
Allah ha u Naxariistee Waxaa dagaalkaas nagaga dhintay tiro door ah oo Ciidankayaga ka tirsanaa oo uu ka mid ahaa Maxamed Maxamuud Warsame (Casay) oo ay Cabdi Naano saaxiib lilaahi ahaayeen, maalintii ay Maygaagaha noogu yimaadeena ay wada socdeen, waxa kale oo ku dhaawacmay Cabdi Naano oo ay rasaastii cadawgu garabka ka cuskatay, Mujaahidiinta kale ee SNM ee ka tirsanaa Guutada Koodbuur ee halkaas nagaga dhintay waxaan ka xasuustaa laba Mujaahid oo la kala odhan jiray Cabdilaahi Wadaad iyo Cismaan Garac waxaa kale oo ku dhintay Muaajhidiin badan oo ka tirsanaa guutadii Tobnaad ee Sancaani iyo dadkii deegaanka Balligubadli, iyo waliba aqoonyahan sare Cali Action oo ahaa sarkaal Waxbarashada ka tirsanaa.dhamaantood Allah ha u naxariistee.
Allah ha u Naxariistee Cabdi Naano markii uu dhaawaca ka bogsaday hadana sidii caadada u ahayd waxa uu mar kale iska soo xaadiriyay xeradii ciidanka, waxaana uu sii waday kana mid ahaa ururkii SNM ilaa Dalka Hooyo laga sifeynayay xukuumadii Haligantay ee Maxamed Siyaad Barre uu Madaxda ka ahaa.
Marxuum Cabdi Naano waxa uu ahaa Geesi aan libiqsan oo aan marnaba ka gaban Xabada, naftiisana u huray Xoreyntii dalkiisa.
Allah ha u naxariistee Marxuumku waxa uu sidoo kale ka mid ahaa Geesiyaasha dalkooda hooyo usoo shaqeeyay mudadii ay Somaliland jirtay, waxaana uu ka soo shaqeeyay xilal kala duwana uu kasoo qabtay Wakaalada Biyaha hargeysa, Laanta Socdaalka, Somaliland, Wasaarada Caafimaadka Somaliland iyo meelo kale oo badan.
Waxa Marxuumka aan qaddar saacado ah la fadhiistay oo aan la sheekaystay muddo Bil iyo Badh ka hor ah oo aan kula kulmay meel ka soo horjeeda Huteelka Casablanca ee ku yaalla Jidka loo sii maro Madaarka Hargeysa.
Allah waxaan ka baryayaa inuu Marxuumka u Naxariisto, Ehelada, iyo Asxaabta uu ka tegayna uu Samir iyo Iimaan ka siiyo, waxa kale oo aan ku rajoweynahay in Dhagarqabihii Dilka geystay degdeg cadaalada loo horkeeni doono.
Fiiro-gaar ah; Li-tacaarafuu… ( Allah ha u naxariistee Marxuum Maxamed Maxamuud Casey waxa uu qolo ahaan ahaan Habar-Jeclo hooyadiina waxay ahayd Ciidagale oo waxa la odhan jiray Dahabo aw Daauud, waxaana uu ahaa nin dhalinyaro ah, Geesi ah oo akhlaaq fiican oo reer Hargeysa ahaa, kuna dhintay dagaalkii Balligubadle, halka uu Saaxiibkii Cabdi Naano u ahaa qabiil ahaan Ciidagale/ Abokor Muuse) Allah labada Marxuumba ha u naxariisto. Aamiin.
Amb. Kaysar Cabdilkaahi Maxamed
30 May, 2015
File photo of people queing up for fuel due to fuel shortage
The Energy and Natural Resources Authority in Gaza has warned that the enclave's sole power plant will be forced to shut down after the Palestinian Petroleum Authority in Ramallah reduced the station's fuel share.
In a statement, the Energy Authority criticised the General Petroleum Corporation's decision to reduce Gaza's fuel share and its reluctance to provide the necessary amount to operate the station without "taking into account professional, national and humanitarian considerations, especially in this critical period of the year with the beginning of the summer season".
"The current amount of fuel allows the plant to operate for a limited number of hours only. It also threatens the power plant's operations from Friday evening unless the needed amount of fuel is transferred," the statement said.
The authority added that it "makes every effort to save fuel but feels paralysed by the General Petroleum Corporation's reluctance."
It appealed to the Palestinian Energy Authority in Ramallah and all stakeholders to overcome any obstacles and supply it with enough fuel to operate the plant and avoid intensifying the Palestinian people's humanitarian suffering in the Gaza Strip.
Gaza has been suffering from an electricity crisis where electricity is supplied for only eight hours per day following last summer's Israeli offensive.
Sadly however, we've allowed our excessively secret government to take away almost all the privacy of ordinary citizens. As I wrote here a couple months ago, "when a powerful government like 'Top Secret America' enjoys maximum 'privacy' while private individuals are subjected to full transparency, it might be time to turn that boat around!" It will be telling if Congress can start the turn-around by allowing Section 215 of the Patriot Act to sunset, especially after a 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously told them that the Bush and Obama Administrations' secret interpretation of this provision was and is completely illegal.
Until it gets righted, the topsy turvy situation that now exists is the antithesis of democracy. As Tom Clancy put it: "The control of information is something the elite always does, particularly in a despotic form of government. Information, knowledge, is power. If you can control information, you can control people."
Here just one example: it's supposed to be illegal to classify information evidencing illegality yet ironically, whistleblowers who disclose government illegality are the ones who are threatened with imprisonment and they don't even get a chance to explain any of this or their righteous motivation to a jury. Maybe poor Richard Nixon, with his theory of being above the law, just missed his time?!
This currently anti-democratic system can likely be traced to a couple of weeks after the September 11, 2001 attacks, when a top secret memo was written by Office of Legal Counsel (OLC) Attorney John Yoo, (who would also write the "torture memo" a year later). The OLC memo stated, among other things: "First Amendment speech and press rights may also be subordinated to the overriding need to wage war successfully. 'When a nation is at war, many things that might be said in time of peace are such a hindrance to its effort that their utterance will not be endured so long as men fight and that no Court could regard them as protected by any constitutional right.'" This OLC opinion--see full article by retired Army Major Todd Pierce--claimed authority of the President as the Commander in Chief to use the military both inside and outside of the U.S., and was probably the authority for the National Security Agency's (NSA's) military operation within the U.S., spying on Americans.
In the years that followed, we learned, due to the courage of whistleblowers, culminating with the numerous documentary disclosures of Edward Snowden, that the NSA and other US intelligence agencies secretly implemented various massive data collection projects, vacuuming up trillions of pieces of info on people all over the world, in a counter-productive effort to achieve a kind of "Total Information Awareness."
With its omnipresent surveillance, the US Government also began aggressively targeting and prosecuting whistleblowers and other sources, putting renowned journalists and publishers worldwide, even mainstream media like Associated Press, directly or incidentally in their surveillance crosshairs.
For example, the U.S. case against WikiLeaks is widely believed to be the largest-ever investigation into a publisher. It is setting expansive new precedents about the ability of the U.S. government to prosecute any media publisher extraterritorially in Europe or the rest of the world. This, despite WikiLeaks and its sharing of information with the public constituting the answer to more ably detecting and thwarting terrorism, see "WikiLeaks and 9-11: What If?"
Even more recently, news reports have mounted about a closed parliamentary inquiry in Berlin learning of a secret NSA-BND (Germany's foreign intelligence agency) "spy pact" that has existed for more than a decade, with its operation veering out of control. According to German media reports, the BND used its biggest eavesdropping complex in Bavaria to monitor communications at the Elysée Palace, the office of the French president, the French foreign ministry, and the European Commission in Brussels and then passed on the information to the Americans. German MPs examining the surveillance activities of the NSA have found a legal loophole that allows the BND to spy on its own German citizens. These NSA-BND revelations came, significantly, after a BND employee was arrested in July on suspicion of selling secret documents to a CIA contact.
German intelligence is reported to have "drastically reduced its cooperation with the US National Security Agency in response to the growing fallout over their alleged joint surveillance of European officials and companies" pending the German investigation into the scandal. True to form, the U.S. is reported to have stopped sharing information with the Germans due to its anger over German media learning of the BND-NSA pact's scandalous activities spying on EU colleagues.
Thousands have already signed but we need tens of thousands more to quickly sign and share our Roots Action petition telling the U.S. and German Governments to end mass surveillance and due process-free killing by drones. Daniel Ellsberg, Thomas Drake, Jesselyn Radack, Norman Solomon and myself will present this petition, signatures and comments in Berlin on the final day of the June 1-7 Stand Up For Truth week of actions in support of whistleblowers