Thursday, August 30, 2012

Xildhibanadii la diiday--The New List of Somali Spoilers who can not join as the New Members of the National Parliament

Mogadishu: Friday, August 17, 2012 (Somaligov News Portal): The New List of Somali Spoilers who can not join as the New Members of the National Parliament Or in the Forthcoming Cabinet after they have already committed crimes against humanity such fraud, helping warlords and swindled money on behalf of the Government of Somalia.

If they think that they are above the law then it's the right time to issue warranty of arrest and we will put you in a jail to face reality of your endless crimes since 1991 until now.

Special thanks to the Amnesty International & Other Human Rights Organizations for submitting this list of Somali Spoilers who thought that they have been above the law.

  1. Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed (Hawiye: Abgal)
  2. Sharif Hassan Sheikh Adan (Digil & Mirifle: Asharaaf)
  3. Dr. Abdiweli Ali Mohamed “Gas: (Darod: Majirteen)
  4. Abdirashid Sharmake (Darod: Majirteen)
  5. Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed “Farmajo” (Darod: Marehan)
  6. Hassan Abshir Farah (Darod: Majirteen)
  7. Mohamed Mohamud Gacma-Dhere (Hawiye: Habar-Gidir)
  8. Osman Ali Ato (Hawiye: Habar-Gidir)
  9. Barre Adan Shire “Barre Hirale” (Darod: Marehan)
  10. Mohamed Sayid Adan (Darod: Marehan)
  11. Ahmed Omar Jes (Darod: Ogaden)
  12. Hussein Mohamed Farah “Aideed” (Hawiye: Habar-Gidir)
  13. Ahmed Du'alle Haf (Hawiye: Habar-Gidir)
  14. Mohamed Jama Furuh (Hawiye: Habar-Gidir)
  15. Mohamed Qanyare Afrah (Hawiye: Murursade)
  16. Salad Ali Jelle (Hawiye: Abgal)
  17. Muse Sudi Yalow (Hawiye: Abgal)
  18. Omar Mohamed “Omar Finish” (Hawiye: Abgal)
  19. Ismail Mohamed Buubaa (Dir: Isaaq)
  20. Mohamed Hassan Hayir “Mareeye” (Dir: Isaaq)
  21. Mohamed Abdullahi Omar (Dir: Isaaq)
  22. Abdullaahi Sheikh Ismail (Dir: Biyo-Maal)
  23. Prof. Abdirahman Adan Ibrahim “Ibi” (Dir: Biyo-Maal)
  24. Abdiasis Sheikh Yusuf Dired (Dir: Fiqi Mohamed)
  25. Ing. Munye Said Omar (Digili & Mirifle: Tuni)
  26. Sheikh Adan Madobe (Digili & Mirifle: Hadamo)
  27. Col. Hassan Mohamed Nur “Shati-gud” (Digili & Mirifle: Harin)
  28. Mohamed Ibrahim Habsade (Digili & Mirifle: Lisan)
  29. Ibrahim Adan Kiish Bur (Digili & Mirifle: Lisan)
  30. Prof. Mohamed Omar Dalha (Beesha Shanaad: Jarer-weyn)
  31. Prof. Ali Khalif Galeyr (Darod: Dhulbahante)
  32. Abdikarim Jama (Darod: Dhulbahante)
  33. Prof. Abdi Ismail Samatar (Dir: Gadabursi)
  34. Prof. Ahmed Ismail Samatar (Dir: Gadabursi)
  35. Sakariye Haji Mohamed (Darod: Leelkase)
  36. Hussein Arab Isse (Dir: Isaaq)
  37. Prof. Ali Mohamed Gedi (Hawiye: Abgal)
  38. Prof. Abdirasak Osman Hassan Jurile (Darod: Majirteen)
  39. Gen. Abdi Hassan Awale “Qayb-Did” (Hawiye: Habar-Gidir)
  40. Col. Mohamed Ahmed Alin (Hawiye: Habar-Gidir)
  41. Prof. Mohamed Abdi Gaandi (Darod: Ogaden)
  42. Abdirahman Abdishakur (Hawiye: Habar-Gidir)
  43. Yusuf Garad Omar (Hawiye: Habar-Gidir)
  44. Ahmed Mo'allim Fiqi, the Current Director of the NSS (Hawiye: Habar-Gidir)
  45. AVV. Aydid Iko-Hanaf (Dir: Isaaq)
  46. Gen. Jama Ali Jama, Former Puntland President (Darod: Majirteen)
  47. General Ade Muse Boqor, Former Puntland President (Darod: Majirteen)
  48. Jamac Jangale (Darod: Dhulbahante)
  49. Ali Ismail Abdi-Giir (Darod: Leelkase)
  50. Maslah Mohamed Siyad (Darod: Marehan)
  51. Abdullahi Ahmed Adow (Hawiye: Habar-Gidir)
  52. Gen. Mohamed Darwish (Darod: Majirteen)
  53. Gen. Mohamed Shiekh Hassan the Former Director of the NSS (Hawiye: Abgal)
  54. Abdilaahi Mohamed Omarr, Minister of Foreign Affairs(Dir: Isaq)
  55. Yusuf M.Deg, Former, Minister of Foreign Affairs (Dir: Isaq)

Approved by the Somali Technical Selection Committee for Parliamentary Selection & The International Community so, if you can't stop threatening to us then we really know who you're? We'll stop you in any nation to charge you on account of your endless crimes in Somalia.

Surre Dir clan- old news on Mudug Wars between Surre and Darood/Hawiye

IRIN Wednesday, 17 December 2003

At least 60 people were killed and another 90 wounded in renewed fighting on Tuesday in the northwest of Galgadud Region, according to local sources in the regional capital, Dhusa-Mareb.

The latest fighting broke out on between the Darod subclan of the Marehan and the Dir subclan of Fiqi Muhumud, and was concentrated in and around the village of Herale, some 80 km northwest of Dhusa-Mareb, said Nur Mu'allim Dhere, a member of the Dir clan.

Last month Herale, which is populated by the Fiqi Mahmud, was also the scene of serious fighting between the two sides which left over 50 people dead.

Nur told IRIN that in the latest clash, 18 fighters on his side had been killed and 29 wounded, while the other side suffered 25 deaths.

Sources in Abud Waaq, 40 km west of the Herale, where the Marehan have taken their casualties, told IRIN that at least 30 dead and 70 wounded had been brought in.

According to sources from a neutral clan in the area, what started out as "revenge killings" had now flared up into a "fully-fledged land war".

"Basically, the Marehan want the Fiqi Muhumud out of the area, and until one group gives up, the fighting will probably continue," the sources said, adding that heavy weapons had been used in Tuesday's fighting.

Intensive mediation efforts on the part of elders and religious leaders from neutral clans seem to have failed. "We have been unable to bring the two sides together to start talking," said Ilmi Hirsi, a clan elder. "However, we are persevering with our efforts and hope that cooler heads will prevail."

The situation was reported calm on Wednesday, with both sides burying their dead and taking the injured to hospitals.


NAIROBI, 10 Jul 2003 (IRIN) - Two days of heavy fighting in the south of Mudug region, have left at least 43 people dead and over 90 injured, a local journalist in the regional capital Galkayo told IRIN on Thursday.

The fighting broke out on Tuesday between the Sa'ad, Habar Gedir subclan and the Dir, and was concentrated in and around the villages of Towfiq and Awle, some 200 km east of Galkayo, the journalist Dahir Abdulkadir Aflow said. The two villages are populated by the Dir.

The clashes were triggered by revenge killings for the deaths of two Sa'ad men in Galkayo last week, but the ensuing escalation of violence was also attributed to disagreements over water and grazing in the area, Aflow said. "It is more about water and grazing land right now."

"Unfortunately, this is something that happens when nomads in search of pasture and water collide with each other," he said. This particular clash between the two clans had been "exacerbated by the easy availability of heavy weapons".

"Previously they used spears or guns but now both sides are using technicals [battlewagons fitted with heavy machine guns]," he said. "In an area with little cover for concealment, the casualty figures are bound to be high."

He added that the casualty toll was likely to rise once the fighting stopped and both sides could take their wounded to hospitals.

Abdullahi Dayib of the Dir clan told IRIN that among those killed from his clan were three women and four children.

The fighting has reportedly displaced hundreds of families who have no access to wells or water points, Dayib said. He stressed the need for help, "but given the lack of roads and current insecurity in the area, I doubt if anyone will come to their aid".
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 23, 2007 1:41 pm Post subject: Abdullahi Sheikh Ismail Deputy Prime Minister/Foreign Minist Reply with quote

Abdullahi Sheikh Ismail

Abdullahi Sheikh Ismail (also spelled Abdullahi Shaykh Isma'il) is the deputy prime minister and foreign minister in the transitional government of Somalia. He was appointed to that position on December 1, 2004 as part of a partial government formed by Prime Minister Ali Muhammad Ghedi. Like many other members of that government, Ismail is a member of one of the factions which has fought for control of the country since the early 1990s. He was previously the foreign minister of Somalia during the mid 1990s.

Abdullahi Sheikh Ismail was the ex-Somali Ambassador to Russia under the Siad Barre government. Ismail is from the powerful Dir clan, and from the Bimal of the Marka region. He lived in Addis Ababa in the past ten years, and has close connections with the Ethiopians.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2007 5:18 am Post subject: Reply with quote

Dagalkii AF Barwaaqo Reer Agoon Beesha Surre iyo Sacad

Ku dhawaad 50-ruux ayaa ku geeriyootay, tiro Boqol ruux kor u dhaafaysana way ku dhaawacantay dagaal shalay iyo dorraad ka dhacay tuulada Af-barwaaqo ee ka tirsan degmada Jariiban ee gobolka Mudug. Dagaalkan oo u dhexeeya maleeshiyooyin kala taabacsan beelaha Habargidir ee Sacad iyo Dir (Agoon) ayaa wuxuu ka bilowday aano qabiil iyo dilal horey u dhex maray labadaasi beel, kuwaasoo isu adeegsaday hubka waaweyn iyo kuwa fudud, waxaana la sheegayaa in dagaalkaas mindhiciro-dooxa ahi uu badankiis ka dhacay meel bannaan ah oo aysan jirin gabaad iyo meel kale oo rasaasta xooggan looga dhuunto, taasoo sababtay baa la yiri dhimashada iyo dhaawaca baaxaddaas laeg. Warku wuxuu sheegayaa in dhimashadu ay intii hore ka sii badan karto oo ay soo badanayaan dadka dhaawaca u dhimanaya, kuwaasoo dhiig bax iyo daawo la’aan u qur baxaya. Ma jiro ilaa iyo hadda cid nabadeyn ka dhex wadda labada dhinac ee dagaalamaya, marka laga reebo baaqyo afka kaliya ku kooban oo dhinaca saxaafadda loo sii marinayo, taasoo la og yahay in uusan dagaal ku joogsaneynin

Inter-clan fighting kills about 65 in Somalia

MOGADISHU - Fighting between rival clans in southern and central Somalia has killed around 65 people in the past week, residents and radio reports said on Sunday. Eyewitnesses said several hundred heavily armed militiamen had been fighting in the central Mudug region for the past few days, killing at least 45 people and injuring many more, mostly civilians.
The fighting between the Dir and Sacad clans spread to at least 10 villages within a 20 km (12 miles) radius of Galcaio, a town some 570 km (350 miles) north of the Somali capital Mogadishu. Panicked residents fled their houses as a result of heavy shelling on both sides.
It was not immediately clear what sparked the fighting. Some residents said it was linked to the recent killing of a Sacad businessman by members of the Dir tribe. A Sacad leader told Reuters the fighting appeared to be subsiding on Sunday morning, after tribal leaders agreed on a ceasefire. In the Lower Shabelleh region south of Mogadishu, around 20 people were killed when fighting broke out earlier this week between the Jiddoh and Jareer clans over grazing rights, VHF radio reports said.
The two clans normally coexist relatively peacefully, but years of drought have heightened tensions in the region. Somalia has had no central authority since 1991, when dictator Mohammed Siad Barre was overthrown. A transitional government sits in Mogadishu, but controls only parts of the capital and pockets elsewhere.
The rest of the Horn of Africa country is a patchwork of clan-based fiefdoms, ruled by rival warlords and their heavily armed militias. The climate of insecurity, economic turmoil and drought have disrupted Somalia's normal agricultural and herding patterns, and caused serious food shortages. Aid agencies have warned any further disruption could cause a major humanitarian crisis. – Reuters

Dec. 2003: A number of notable traditional leaders, supported by some prominent businessmen and women, leave Muqdisho to mediate warring clans in Galgudud region, central Somalia: an armed inter-clan conflict in Herale village (Dir against Marehan) on one hand and, the Murusade vs. Duduble in El-bur district.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2007 5:26 am Post subject: Clashes between two clans in central Somalia Reply with quote

11 Jul 2003 – Clashes between two clans in central Somalia have claimed scores of lives since Tuesday. The fighting appears to be over access to natural resources. More than 50 people have died and 90 have been injured in clashes between two clans in the Mudug region of central Somalia. The fighting reportedly started when members of the Sa'ad sub-clan attacked the Saleeban Abdalle (Agoon) Dir clan for allegedly killing two of its members. But observers note that there was more to the clash than mere revenge. The senior United Nations relief official for Somalia Calum McLean says this is the second time in three months that there has been fighting in the area. "Now it's happened again," he said. "It's resource-based rather than political, you know, over grazing. It's over access to pasture and water." Observers say conflicts among the Sa'ad, Dir, and other nomadic groups over land and water for their cattle are not uncommon, but it is unusual for things to go so far. They say the easy availability of guns makes the death toll much higher than clashes in the past. The fighting comes at a time when Somali peace talks are being held in Kenya. Last year, representatives of clan-based factions signed a cease-fire while negotiations continued. The talks aim to end 12 years of civil war in Somalia. The country is split into areas ruled by warring clan leaders. For the past year, those warlords and other delegates have been in Kenya trying to resolve their differences, write a new constitution, and elect a new president and parliament. Mr. McLean says the United Nations agency is monitoring the situation in Mudug and urges Somali leaders to honor their commitments. "We're very alarmed by the escalation in the conflict and call for leaders to respect the ceasefire declaration," said Mr. McLean. United Nations sources report that the fighting.

NAIROBI, 10 July (IRIN) - Two days of heavy fighting in the south of Mudug region, have left at least 43 people dead and over 90 injured, a local journalist in the regional capital Galkayo told IRIN on Thursday. The fighting broke out on Tuesday between the Sa'ad, Habar Gedir subclan and the Dir, and was concentrated in and around the villages of Towfiq and Awle, some 200 km east of Galkayo, the journalist Dahir Abdulkadir Aflow said. The two villages are populated by the Dir. The clashes were triggered by revenge killings for the deaths of two Sa'ad men in Galkayo last week, but the ensuing escalation of violence was also attributed to disagreements over water and grazing in the area, Aflow said. "It is more about water and grazing land right now." "Unfortunately, this is something that happens when nomads in search of pasture and water collide with each other," he said. This particular clash between the two clans had been "exacerbated by the easy availability of heavy weapons". "Previously they used spears or guns but now both sides are using technicals [battlewagons fitted with heavy machine guns]," he said. "In an area with little cover for concealment, the casualty figures are bound to be high." He added that the casualty toll was likely to rise once the fighting stopped and both sides could take their wounded to hospitals. Abdullahi Dayib of the Dir clan told IRIN that among those killed from his clan were three women and four children. The fighting has reportedly displaced hundreds of families who have no access to wells or water points, Dayib said.

NAIROBI, 30 Jan 2002 (IRIN) - About 40 people have been killed and 60 wounded in inter-clan fighting in the Mudug region of central Somalia, sources in the regional capital Galkayo told IRIN on Wednesday. The fighting was concentrated in and around the village of Afbarwaqo, some 200 km east of Galkayo, but has now died down. According to a local elder, Muhammad Salad Du'ale, the fighting - which broke out two weeks ago - occurred between the Sa'd sub-clan of the main Habar Gedir clan, and the (Saleeban Cabdalle Agoon)Dir clan. It was sparked off by revenge killings for the deaths of eight fishermen near Afbarwaqo, but the ensuing escalation of the violence was also attributable to the scarcity of water and grazing in the area, Du'ale said. He said neutral elders from Galkayo had managed to secure a ceasefire on Monday to allow for mediation to take place and to stop the fighting from spreading to other villages. "There has been no fighting in the last couple of days," Sheko Harir, a Dir elder, told IRIN from Galkayo. "The elders have met and talked to both sides, and direct talks between the belligerents are expected to begin soon." The violence has reportedly displaced hundreds of families, who have sought refuge in areas where "there is not a single well or water point", Sheko Harir said.
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 03, 2007 8:51 am Post subject: Dagalkii Xeraale iyo Dhibatoyinkii ka yimid Feb-19-04 Reply with quote

Hishiis kadhacay Magaalada Caabudwaaq iyo Arimaha Xeraale oo sii xumaanaysa. Dhuusamareeb Feb-19-04,

Maanta oo ay Taariikhdu tahay 2-18-04 Ayaa Idaacada BBCda sheegtay " in heshiis wayn uu ka dhacay Magaalada Caabudwaaq, heshiiskaa oo dhexmaray Labo Beelood oo katirsan Beesha Mareexaan." Hadaba beelahaa hishiiyay ayaa Dagaalkoodii ahaa Midkii hakiyay Dagaalkii Beesha Mareexaan ay kula jirtay Beesha Faqi-Muxamed (Degaanka Xeraale).

Waxaan qadka Telefoonka kula hadalnay Odayaal waaweyn oo katirsan Beesha FaqiMuxamed oo jooga Magaalada Dhuusamareeb, waxayna inoo sheegeen in heshiiskaa uu ahaa mid ay Beesha Mareexaan ku heshiiyeen in ay midoobaan isla markaana ay howshoodii(Dagaalkoodii) meesha ay ka wataan.

Odayaashaasha waxay intaa ku dareen in Shalayto ay isku dhaceen ciidamo ilaalo ah kaasoo Qasaare iyo dhaawac u gaytay Beesha Mareexaan. Waxay kaloo intaas ku dareen in Ciidamada laba Beelood ay isku horfadhiyaan labo meelood oo isu muuqda, Waxayna yiraahdeen hadii aan lahelin cidkala dhexgala waxaa macquul ah in ay sifudud iskugu dhicaan ciidamada.

Ilaa iyo Iminka lama sheegin wax waan waan ah oo kadhexsocda labada beelood iyo wax hadal haya intaba. Inkastoo Beesha Mareexaan ay horey ugu gacan sayrtay Culumaa'udiinadii, Suldaamadii, Nabadoonadii, iyo waxgaradkii isugu Jiray Beelaha wada dega Gobolka Galguduud ayaa wax rajo waan waan ah aan wali laga heyn, Halka Beesha Faqi-Muxamed ay Diyaar u yihiin heshiisiin dhexmarta iyaga iyo Beesha Mareexaan.

Dadka Degan Dagaanka Xeraale iyo kuwii ka qaxay Dagaaladii Kadhacay Halkaa ayaa iyagu aad u dhibaataysan oo cabsi weyna kaqabo dagaalo kale oo halkaa kadhaca. Dad ka soo waramay Xaaladaha Dadkii ka qaxay Dagaaladaa ayaa aad aga deyriyay oo Sheegay Dadka qaarkood oo u badan Caruur iyo dumar ayaa Caafimaadkoodu aad u liitaa Waxayna yiraahdeen "hadii aan Hey'adaha Samafalka Aduunka soo gaarin Dadkaa Qatar weyn ayay ku sugan yihiin.

Maxamed Abdi. Dad gaaraya ilaa iyo 3500 oo qof ayaa waxay ku dhibaataysan yihiin Degaanka Xeraale Iyo Degmooyinka Dariska La’ah. Muqdisho, Soomaaliya. Feb-4-04 Warar naga soo gaaray Degaanka Xeraale iyo Degmooyinka dariska la ah ayaa sheegaya in dad tiradooda ay gaareyso ilaa 3500 oo qof ay ku dhibaataysan yihiin Halkaas.

Dadkaas oo ka qaxay Dagaalo goos goos ah oo kadhacaya Degaankooda (Xeraale) ayaa ku kala daadsan Degmooyinka Boholo, Dhuusomareeb, Huurshe, Mayeeraan, Iyo Qod-qod.

Afhayeen u hadlay Dadkaasi ayaa waxa uu u sheegay qaarkamid ah warfidiyeenada in dadkan ay mudo Sedeed bilood ah qoxooti yihiin oo aanay jirin haba yaraatee wax hay’ad samofal Bini aadanimo ah u fidiyay dadkaasi. Waxaa uu Afhayeenka intaa ku daray in dadkaasi ay u badan yihiin Caruur iyo Dumar ay aad ugu baahan yihiin Daryeel Caafimaadka iyo Raashin ay cunaan.

Waxaa kalee uu afhayeenku u sheegay warfidiyeenada in hadii aanay Hay’adaha Samofalka Aduunka u soo Gurman dadkaan ay Halis ugu Jiraan Gaajo iyo Cuduro.

Dagaalladii kadhacay Deegaanka Xeraale ayaa ahaa mid aad iyo aad u foolxun oo sababay Dhimasho iyo Dhaawac aad u farabadan. Maxamed Ali oo ku magacdheer (Shabeel ) ayaa waxa uu warfidiyeenada u sheegay in Dagaalka kadhexeeya Beelahan uu sii daba dheeraanayo oo weliba Ciidamadooda ay weli is hor fadhiyaan jiida hore.

Wararka waxay intaasi ku darayaan in Waxgaradka iyo Ganacsatada kasoo jeeda Degaanada Dhuusamareeb, Cadaado, Guraceel iyo Ceeldheer oo isku dayeey inay soo Afjaraan coolaadaasi ay ku guuldareysteen oo sheegay in Beesha kasoo jeeda Caabudwaaq ay ka biyo diidsan yihiin Hishiisiin. Wax garadka iyo Ganacsatada ayaa sheegay in hadana ay ku rajo wayn yihiin inay soo Afjaraan dagaaladaasi. Cabdiraxmaan Abdi Muqdisho, Soomaliya
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 03, 2007 8:53 am Post subject: Dil La Xiriira Dagaladii Zona Af Barwaaqo-Towfiiq Reply with quote

Nin S.Abdalle Ah Oo La dilay

Nin lagu dilay agagaarka Baar ubax Dagaalada Mudug Awgood Muqdisho, Somaliya. Waxaa maanta lagu dilay meel udhow baar ubax nin dhailnyaro ah oo lagu magacaabi jiray indhobohol Diiriye Faarax,dad ka agdhawaa meesha lagu dilay marxuumka waxay ii sheegeen in dhalinyaro hubaysane ay kala soo degeen baabuur uu saarnaa oo ahaa kuwa loo yaqaan BLka isla markiina waxay ku fureen rasaas ilaa ay naftu ka baxdo.

Waxaana la xaqiijiyay in arrintu tahay ninka ladilay beeshuu ka dhashay iyo kuwa wax dilay in dagaal kharaari ku dhexmaray Golol oo ka tirsan gobalka Mudug gaar ahaan degmada Jiriiban,taasoo dad badani maanta fajac ku noqotay in dagaalkii baadiyaha la keeno magaalada Muqdisho.waana markii u horaysay oo labadaa beelood ay dad isaga dilaan magaalada Xamar iyadoo dagaalkoodu usocday in ka badan afar sano. Odayaal iyo waxgarad kasoo jeeda degaanka Golol ayaa cambaareyey Dilkaas Foosha xun,waxayna codsadeen in si wadajira loo soo qabto kuwii gaystey dilkaas oo aan loo eegin haybtay yihiin lana horkeeno shareecada islaamka si loo yareeyo kuwa caadaystay in ay dadka walaalaha ah isku diraan oo dhibaato hor leh ka dhexabuuraan,iyadoo hore loogu guulaystay in xabadii ka dhexsocotay labada beelood la joojiyo wada hadalna uu uga socday magaalada Gaalkacyo ,Dhacdadaan oo aad mooddo inay dhabarjab ku tahay waxgaradkii waanwaanta ka waday gobalka Mudug.
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 03, 2007 8:57 am Post subject: Dagaalkii lagu hoobtay ee Xeraale- Hub La Qabsaday Reply with quote

Faahfaahin ku saabsan dagaalkii lagu hoobtay ee Xeraale MOGADISHU, 16 Dec 2003 (MOL) -

Wararka naga soo gaaraya magaalada xeraale ee gobalka galgaduud waxay shegayaan in saakay saacaddu markay ahayd 6-dii subaxnimo waqtiga geeska afrika uu halkaas dagaal aad culusi ku dhexmaray labada beelood ee mareexaan iyo Fiqimuxumd(Dir), ka gadaal markii beeli soo qaaday duulaanka ayadoo aan ku qanacsanayn waan waan ay ka dhexwadeen masuuliyiin iyo waxgarad kale oo la degan degaanka .

Wararka lagu helayo fooniyaha waxay sheegayaan in ugu yaraan 45 qof ay ku dhinteen dagaalkaas, in ka badan 75 kalena ku dhaawacmeen, waxay kaloo sheegayaan wararku in dagaalka loo adeegsay hubkii dowladii hore oo ay kamid yihiin beebayaal iyo gawaarida gaashaaman, ayadoo mid ka mid ah beelaha halkaas ku dagalmaya ay maanta saxaafadda usheegtay inay ka qabsadeen waxay ugu yeereen kuwii soo duulay 4 beebe iyo hal dhesheeke, iyo ugu yaraan 20 qoryaha fududa.

Sida laga warqabo dagaal dad badani ku riiqdeen ayaa labadaas beelood ku dhexmarayay aagaas, kaasoo markiisii hore ka bilowday aano qabiil oo nin ganacsada ah lagu dilay magaalada Caabudwaaq, taasoo waxba kasuuroobi wayday dhexdhexaadin ay isku xilsaareen culumaaudiin iyo waxgarad isxilqaamay, dagaalka maanta ayaa lagu tilmaamay kii ugu kharasaaraha badnaa tan iyo intii ay beelahaasi coloobeen horaantii sanadkan.

Cabdi Xasan
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Qaxii Xeraale UN report

PostPosted: Sat Aug 11, 2007 7:27 am Post subject: Qaxii Xeraale UN report Reply with quote

Xalad xeerale Conditions in Xeerale.

3/4/2004 2:38 PM UTC Massive Displacement in Central Region

NAIROBI, 24 Nov 2003 (IRIN) - Hundreds of families who were driven out of their homes by recent fighting in the Galgudud Region, central Somalia, are said to be living in "destitute" conditions. Local elders told IRIN the exodus was due to heavy fighting two weeks ago between the Darod subclan of the Marehan and the Dir subclan of Fiqi Mahmud. The clashes were concentrated in and around the village of Herale, some 80 km northwest of Dhusa-Marreb, the regional capital. Many of these 2,000 or so families were now living in the open, with little or no food, Abdiqani Shaykh Yusuf, a Dir elder said. "Many of them have lost all their livestock and now depend on the goodwill of the people of Dhusa-Marreb." The plight of the displaced is compounded by the prevailing drought in the area. "There have been no rains this year in Dhusa-Marreb and the surrounding areas," Yusuf Hasan Iyow, the governor of Galgudud, told IRIN on Monday. "The residents are hardly better off than the displaced," he added. "Most people here depend on livestock, which is dying now, because of the drought. Even business people are being affected." He said there was no aid agencies in the area helping either the displaced or the residents affected by the drought. Moreover, due to their weakened state, many of the displaced, particularly the young and elderly, were succumbing to disease, Abdirahman Ali, a health worker in Dhusa-Marreb, told IRIN. "Diarrhoea, malaria and respiratory infections are the most common diseases, and we are also seeing cases of very severely malnourished children," he said. "If they don't get help very soon, it may be too late." Meanwhile, mediation efforts are under way to resolve the conflict, Iyow told IRIN. "We have asked prominent elders and intellectuals from both sides to come from Mogadishu to help in the mediation," he said. He was hopeful that "this time round we will succeed, but it has been a very difficult meditation up to now." Posted on Monday 24th November at 11:59:55 Somali Puts Faith in High Court
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Dagaalka Degmad

PostPosted: Sun Aug 12, 2007 6:26 am Post subject: Baaq Ka Dhan ah Dagaalka Ka Dhacay Degmada Gaalkacyo Reply with quote

Baaq Ka Dhan ah Dagaalka Ka Dhacay Degmada Gaalkacyo

Posted to the Web July 03, 2002

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WAR-SAXAAFADEED ANNAGA oo ah aqoonyahanno iyo indheergarad ka tirsan beelaha Sacad (Habargidir) iyo Surre (Dir Koonfurreed) oo ku kalsoon in aanu ka tarjumayno rabitaanka xubnaha beelaha aanu ka soo jeedno ee ku sugan dalka Canada; dareensan burburkii iyo dhibaatooyinkii ay ummadda Soomaaliyeed ka dhaxashay dagaal beeleedyadii ka dhacayey deegaanada dalkeenna; qadarinayna cawaaqib-xumada ka dhalan karta colaad baahda oo aan degdeg loo soo afjarin; xusuusan waajibka Islaamiga ah ee naga saaran ka qayb qaadashada xalinta khilaafaadka dadkeenna; dhowrayna duruufaha adag ee uu dalkeennu guud ahaan ku sugan yahay:

WAXAAN si buuxda u cadaynaynaa in aanu ka soo horjeedno dagaalka ka dhacay degmada Gaalkacyo, dagaalkaas oo laga dhaxlay dhimasho, dhaawac, barakac iyo burbur saameeyey dad iyo duunyaba; WAXAAN tacsi u diraynaa qoysaskii walaalaha ahaa ee waxyeeladu ka soo gaartay dhibaatadaasi; WAXAAN ugu baaqaynaa shacbiga deegaankaas wada deggen ee colaadu dhex martay xabad joojin, deegaankana laga saaro hubka waaweyn, isla markaasna si degdeg ah xal dhab ah looga gaaro khilaafka; WAXAAN ku dhiirigalinaynaa oday-dhaqameedyada, indheergaradka,aqoonyahanada, iyo culima’udiinka ka soo jeeda deegaankaasi in ay dardar galiyaan soo afjarida khilaafkan waxyeelada farabadan gaarsiiyey shacbi danyar ah duruuftii dowlad la’aanta iyo abaartu ugu darsantay colaadan sokeeye.

WAXAAN ugu baaqaynaa in ay hay’adaha caalamiga ah gargaar degdeg ah ugu fidiyaan shacbiga deegaankaas ka soo baro-kacay iyo kuwa biyo la’aanta u liita.

BEESHA SACAD (HABARGIDIR) BEESHA SURRE (DIR KOONFUREED) Mahad Cali Xaashi Nasir Cabdi Baalle Nuuradiin Maxamed Maxamuud Maxamed Cali Aadan Cusmaan Ducale Kaahiye Saciid Axmed (Siciid Soona) Diini Nuur Shaadali (Jucufo) Abshir Diini Xassan Abshir Xildhibaan Mahad Cabdalle Cawad Dr. Cabduqaadir Maxamuud Guuleed Dr. Cismaan Yuusuf Maxamed (Jirfe) Eng. Cabdiraxmaan Maxamed Cilmi Sh. Mahad Max’ed Cali Wardheere Sh. Maxamed Sh. Cabdulaahi Maxbuub Cabdulaahi Xasan Aadan Jibriil Maxamed Siciid Dr. Axmed Xuseen Gurey
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Dagaal culus oo subaxnimadii maanta ka bilowday tuulada Xeraale oo ka tirsan degmada Cabuud Waaq ee gobolka Galgaduud ayaa sababay dhimashada dad tiradooda lagu qiyaasay 45 qofood, iyadoo ay ku dhaawacmeen tiro kale oo aan la sheegin.

Dagaalladaan oo u dhaxeeya labo beelood oo halkaasi wada degan ayaa ka bilowday barkad biyaha laga cabo, iyadoo ay ka qeyb qaateen baabuurta dagaalka oo ay ku jiraan kuwo gaashaaman Afhayeen u hadlay beesha Mareexaan oo ay soo xiganeysay idaacadda Jubba ee magaalada Kismaayo ayaa sheegay in ay gacanta ku dhigeen degmada Cabuud Waaq, balse dagaallo teel teel ah ay ka soconayaan daafaha degmadaas, haseyeeshee ma jiraan warar caddeynaya hadalka sheegashada ah ee ka soo yeeray af-hayeenkaas. Wararkii ugu dambeeyay ayaa sheegaya in culumaa’udiin iyo odayaal ka kala tirsan labada beelood ay ku baaqeen in ay labada dhinac joojiyaan xabadda oo ay wada hadal ku dhameystaan khilaafaadkooda. Ugaaska Beesha Sade Ugaas Maxamed Weli Axmed Nuur oo ka mid ah waxgaradkaas ayaa isaga oo ku sugan Buulo Xaawo waxaa uu labada dhinacba ugu baaqay in ay joojiyaan dagaallada iyaga oo ixtiraamaya bisha barakeysan ee Ramadaan oo ay muslimiintu sooman yihiin.

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Inter-Clan Clashes In Central Somalia.

At least 12 people were killed and 29 were wounded in the fighting. March 01, 2004 HornAfrik. Mogadishu Somalia At least 12 people were killed and 29 were wounded after fighting erupted between militias from rival clans in the village of Herale in central Somalia on Sunday, elders said. Village elder Ahmed Osman, contacted by radio on Sunday, described the fighting as "intense" and said that residents had fled Herale by the time the violence subsided in the afternoon, but with no ceasefire agreement.

The fighting pitted the Marehan against the Dir clans, who have previously lived side by side peacefully in Abudwaaq, a district in Somalia's Galgudud region. The latest clashes are part of tit-for-tat confrontations resulting from the April 2003 murder of a Marehan elder, allegedly by Dir clansmen.

The Dir are affiliated with the Southern Somalia National Movement (SSNM) of several sub-clan factions, while the Marehan belong to another factional grouping, the Somalia National Front (SNF). Both were among 27 factions that signed a ceasefire agreement in Kenya on October 27, 2002, to stop all hostilities in the war-torn Horn of Africa nation. Somalia plunged into clan warfare and has not had a recognized government since 1991 when the dictator Mohamed Siad Barre was toppled. Peace talks are continuing in Kenya

Afhayeenka ururka SSNM Md.Awliyo oo faahfaahin ka bixiyay dagaalkii Xeraale. Afhayeenka ururka SSNM Cabdullaahi Xuseen Aybakar kuna magacdheer AWLIYO ayaa ka waramay siduu udhacay dagaalkii dhexmaray beelaha Mareexaan iyo Fiqi Muxumed waxuuna yiri isagoo u waramayay saxaafadda: Goor hore oo ah subaxnimadii taariikhdu ahayd Febraayo 29,ayaa maleeshiyada beesha Mareexaan waxay sidii caadadu uahayd duulaan gardarao ah ku soo ekeeyeen dhammmaan wadooyinka laga galo magaalda xeraale,duulaankaas oo sida laga warqabo ujeedadiisu ahayd sidii loo baro kicin lahaa loona xasuuqi lahaa beesha Reer Fiqi Muxumed oo ku caana dad ehlu diina oo waliggod cid ku gardaraysan.Haddaba siday qabto diinta Muqadaska ah waxay ku qasbanaadeen inay reer Xeraale Difacdaan Maatadooda,Maalkooda iyo xurmada ilaahay u abuuray adoonkiisa oo ah inuuna wax dulmin isna qaadan dulmi. Haddaba markii uu dagaalku socday uga yaraan 5 saac waxay dantu ku qasabtay kuwii soo duulay ee dulmi wadayaasha ahaa inay cagaha wax ka dayaan iyagoo ku hungoobay hamigoodii ahaa inay xasuuq gaystaan isla markaana deegaan hantiyaan,beesha mareexaan oo ku caan baxday inay isku raacaan gardarada iyo duulaan lagu qaado dad kale sida ay ka marqaati kacayso taariikhdu oo 21kii sano oo ay dalka hogaaminayaan waxay soomaali u gaystaan la wada ogyahay, Waxuu afhayeenku xaqiijiyay oo uu yiri.waxaa halgamayaashii xaq udirirka ka shahiiday hal mujaahid halka labo kale ay ka dhaawacmeen oo dhaawacoodu mid khafiif yahay halka daaquudyada waa siduu hadalka udhigaye ay ka dhinteen 12 nin ugu yaraana ka dhaawcmeen 19 daaquud labo baabuur oo ah kuwa dagaalkana looga gubay dulmiwadayaasha mareexaan,Md.Awliyo waxaa caalamka iyo inta jecel nabada ugu baaqay in si wadajir ah loogu guntado sidii loo joojin lahaa gardarada iyo gumaadka ay wadaan beesha Mareexaan oo xitaa markii looga soo baro kacay degaanada lala degi jiray ee ku teedsanaa balanabal iyo Caabudwaaq ina hadda wadaan Isir sifayn (ethnic cleansing) ku aadan reer Fiqi Muxumed ayuu yiri afhayeenku. Waxuu kaloo afhayeenka SSNM aduunka caalamka ka codsaday in si degdeg gurmad loola soo gaaro qoysas badan oo ku baro kacay duulaankaas,iyagoo dadkaasi ayna haysan biyo iyo baad oo degaankii laga cabi jiray ay saameeyeen degaalkaas joogtada ah oo ay soo qaadayaan beesha Mareexaan.

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Biography of :Honorable Prof. Mohamed Sheikh Osman Aden (Jawari)


Term started Tuesday, August 28, 201212:16:31 PM
Honorable Prof. Mohamed Sheikh Osman Aden (Jawari) is the newly and democratically elected Speaker of the Somali National Parliament Tuesday, August 28, 201212:16:31 PM
Prof. Maxamed Shiikh Cismaan Aden(Jawaari) waxa ku dhashay degmada Afgoye ee gobolka Sh/hoose bishii December 1945.

Jawaari waxa uu shahaadada Macalinimada luqada Englishka uu ka qaatay magaalada Muqdisho 1962 Shahaadada Diploma ah oo Islamic Law ayuu ka qaatay Machad Daraasaad Islaami ee magaalada Muqdisho sanadkii 1964.|

Shahaado Macallinnimo, Machadka Macallimiinta (Istatuto Magistrale /aggiornamento magistrale) Muqdisho sanadkii 1967.

Kulliyada Qaanuunka ayuu ka qaatay shahaado (Jaamacadda Umadda Soomaaliyeed) sanadkii 1982.

Prof. Maxamed Cismaan Jawaari waxa uu wasiir hore uga soo noqday dowladii hore ee Maxamed Siyad Barre Wasaarada Gaadiidka dhulka iyo Cirka iyo Wasaaradda Shaqada iyo arrimaha Bulshada.sidoo kale waxa uu wasiir ku-xigeen ka soo noqday Wasaarada gaadiidka dhulka iyo cirka.

Intii u dhexeysey 1979-1985 waxa uu soo noqday Xoghayaha joogtada ah ee wasaaradda Gaadiidka dhulka iyo cirka iyo Wasaarads Shaqada iyo Arrimaha Bulshada.

1973-1979 waxa uu Agaasime guud iyo ku xigeen Agaasime guud ka soo noqday Wasaarada Shaqada iyo arrimaha bulshada, Proff Maxamed Cismaan Jawaari waxa uu ka mid ahaa golihii Shacabka ee dowladii hore 1984-1990.


•Wuxuu ku hadlaa, qoraa akhriyaa afafka: Somaliga, Carabiga, Ingiriisiga, Taliyaaniga iyo Norwejiga.


• Senior Consultant Constitution Building: Somalia Constitution Making Support Project – UNPOS/UNDP – May 2008 – December 2011;

•Guddoomiyaha Guddiga Khubarada (CoE) – Dib-u-eegista Qabyoqoraalka Dastuurka iyo Diyaarinta Dastuurka loo dirayo ansixinta ku-meel-gaarka.


• Xubin ka mid ah Guddiga Farsamo ee Diyaarinta Dastuurka Jumhuuriyadda Soomaaliya. Mogadishu, Somalia. 1989-1990 – Guddigan wuxuu Qormadii Dastuurka u Gudbiyeen Golaha Shacabka . Dood muddo b5 bilood socotay ka dib waxaa la ansixiyey 12ki Oktobar 1990 waxaa Faafinta Rasmiga ah lagu soo saaray 14 Oktoobar 1990.

• Guddoomiyaha Kooxda (Panel) Diyaarinta Sharciga Shaqada Soomaaliyeed ( Somali Labour Law) iyo Sharciga Shaqaalaha Rayadka ah ee Dawladda (the Somali Civil Servants Law) -Mogadishu, Somalia.1970 – Guddiga wuxu dib-u-habayn ku samayey habka meeleynta Shaqaalaha Dawladda, wuxuuna hirgeliyey jagooyinka “Xoghaye Joogto” iyo qiimaynta Xirfadleyda iyo Farsamo yaqaanada – heerka Sharciga Shaqaalahana wuxuu aad u waafajiyey heer xuquuqda caalamiga ee loo oggol yahay Shaqaalaha.

1991 – 2008 Wuxuu xilal iyo shaqooyin kala duwan ka qabtay Dalka Norway, oo ay ka mid yihiin:

• Macallin dugsiyada Sare ee Koofurta Trøndelag

• Xubin ka mid ah Guddi dhexdhexaadinta khilaafaadka – (Trøndelag Konfliktrådet) – Wasaaradda Garsoorka;

• Kaaliye Qareen – Leif Strøms Jus-Informasjonen law firm;

• Xoghayaha Guud – Guddiga Fulinta Muslim Sosciety of Trondheim, Norway;

• Xubin ka mid ah Muslim/Christian Interfaith Forum for Dialogue, in Trondheim & Trøndelag

• Xubin ka mid ah Guddiga ka hortagga Midabtakoorka -Kontaktforum mot Rasisme og diskriminering , Trondheim, Norway

• Xoghayaha Ururka Qareemada Caalamiga ah ee Trondheim – International Lawyers Association, Trondheim, Norway.

Buugaag uu qoray Proff Jawaari

• Barashada Fagaagga Sare Adduunka:

Published by Asheim Ungdomskole. 2004. ISBN. 9788292645-33-8

• Taariikhda Norway 1814-1920 (History of Norway 1814-1920).

Published by Asheim Ungdomskole. 2007. ISBN: 9788292645-27-7

• Dalka Norway. Published by Asheim Ungdomskole. 2004. ISBN: 82-9264500-4.

Prof. Maxamed Cismaan Jawaari waxaa loo doortay gudoomiyaha baarlamanka Somalia ee aan KMG aheyn afarta sanadood ee soo socota.

Mogadishu: Monday, August 20, 2012 3:41:40 PM(Somaligov News):

Profiles of Somalia's top presidential candidates

More than 35 candidates are vying for country's top position. Below is a summary of the most prominent presidential candidates:
  • From top left clockwise: Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed Farmajo, Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed, Sharif Hassan Sheikh Aadan, Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, Abdiweli Mohamed Ali, Abdirahman Abdullahi Baadiyow. [File]From top left clockwise: Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed Farmajo, Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed, Sharif Hassan Sheikh Aadan, Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, Abdiweli Mohamed Ali, Abdirahman Abdullahi Baadiyow. [File]
  • Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed. [File]Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed. [File]
  • Abdiweli Mohamed Ali. [File]Abdiweli Mohamed Ali. [File]
  • Sharif Hassan Sheikh Aadan. [File]Sharif Hassan Sheikh Aadan. [File]
  • Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed Farmajo. [File]Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed Farmajo. [File]
  • Abdirahman Abdullahi Baadiyow. [File]Abdirahman Abdullahi Baadiyow. [File]
  • Hassan Sheikh Mohamud. [File]Hassan Sheikh Mohamud. [File]
  • Yusuf Garaad Omar. [File]Yusuf Garaad Omar. [File]

Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed

Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed is the current president of the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) whose term ends on August 20th.
Ahmed was born in 1964 near the city of Jowhar, where he attended primary education. He later moved to Mogadishu and completed secondary education at Sheikh Sufi Secondary School.
In 1992, Ahmed enrolled at the University of Kordofan in Sudan and transferred two years later to Open University in Libya, graduating in 1998 from the College of Sharia and Law. He taught Geography, Arabic and Religious Studies at Juba Secondary School until 2004, when he was nominated to lead the Islamic Courts Union (ICU).
The ICU was an alliance comprising regional Sharia courts that controlled most of southern Somalia.
In 2007, Ahmed left the ICU and with other former members founded an opposition group called the Alliance for the Re-liberation of Somalia. He later entered into UN sponsored negotiations with the transitional government under the late President Abdullahi Yusuf Ahmed, and joined Somalia's transitional parliament.
Ahmed was elected to succeed Yusuf after the latter resigned in December 2008. Ahmed took office January 31, 2009.
President Ahmed speaks Somali and Arabic.

Abdiweli Mohamed Ali

Abdiweli Mohamed Ali was born in the late 1950s. After completing his secondary school education, he attended the Somali National University and obtained a bachelor's degree in economics in 1984.
He was the director of the tax department at the Ministry of Finance and Revenue from the mid-to-late 1980s. From 1988 to 1991, he was an assistant director at the Research and Statistics department at the Ministry of Finance and Revenue.
After that, he immigrated to the United States to continue his higher education.
He received his master's degree from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee in 1988 and then obtained another master's degree in public administration from Harvard University in 1999.
He received his Ph.D. in economics from George Mason University in Virginia in 2000.
In 2003, Ali taught economics at Niagara University in New York until he joined Somalia's transitional government as deputy prime minister and minister of planning and international cooperation.
He was appointed as prime minister in June 2011 after Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed Farmajo resigned.
Ali is highly experienced in academia and academic research, development and economic politics as well as financial and public administration. He worked for several international agencies including The World Bank and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).
Before returning to Somalia in 2010, Ali was a member of the American Economic Association and Atlantic Economic Society.
Ali speaks Somali, English and Italian and holds dual Somali and US citizenship.

Sharif Hassan Sheikh Aadan

Sharif Hassan Sheikh Aadan was born in 1946 in Bardaale to a family originally from the Bay and Bakool regions.
Aadan entered politics in 2004 when he was elected speaker of the parliament in Somalia's transitional government. He held that position until 2007 when he was ousted for holding unauthorized talks with members of the Islamic Courts Union.
Aadan was appointed deputy prime minister and minister of finance when President Ahmed took office in 2009, and became one of the most prominent figures in the cabinet of former Prime Minister Omar Abdirashid Ali Sharmarke.
In May 2010, the Somali parliament re-elected Aadan as its speaker.

Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed Farmajo

Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed Farmajo was born in 1962 in Mogadishu to a family originally from Gedo in south-western Somalia.
In 1985, he was appointed as first secretary at the Somali embassy in Washington DC.
In 1989, he left to earn his bachelor's degree in history from the University of Buffalo in New York. During this time, Farmajo applied for political asylum in the United States after the government collapsed in 1991.
He continued his studies at the University at Buffalo and obtained a master's degree in political sciences and international relations.
After becoming an American citizen, he went on to hold several jobs in New York state, including at the Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority, the Erie County Division of Equal Employment Opportunity, and the New York State Department of Transportation.
President Ahmed appointed Farmajo as prime minister in October 2010 to succeed Omar Abdirashid Ali Sharmarke, who resigned from his post following a dispute.
Farmajo resigned from this post in June 2011 under pressure from the international community as part of the Kampala Accord between President Ahmed and the Speaker of Parliament Aadan, during which the mandate of the transitional institutions was extended to August 20, 2012.
In 2011, Farmajo founded a new political party, the Somali Justice and Equality Party, also known as Tayo.
Farmajo is currently secretary general for Tayo, which is chaired by Dr. Mariam Qasim, his former minister of women's affairs. Tayo is the first Somali political party headed by a woman.
Farmajo speaks Somali and English and holds dual Somali and US citizenship.

Ali Mohamed Ghedi

Ali Mohamed Ghedi was born in Mogadishu in 1952.
After finishing his secondary school education, he entered Somali National University in Mogadishu and graduated with a bachelor's degree in veterinary sciences. He later travelled to Italy to further his education with a two-year scholarship at the University of Pisa in 1979.
In 1981, Ghedi returned to Mogadishu where he taught at the Somali National University College of Veterinary Medicine, eventually becoming its head until the government collapse of 1991.
Ghedi served as prime minister of Somalia's Transitional Federal Government under the administration of President Abdullahi Yusuf from 2004 to 2007, when he resigned.
This is the second time that Ghedi is running for the presidency; the first was in 2009, but he withdrew his nomination.
Ghedi speaks Somali, Italian and English.

Abdirahman Abdullahi Baadiyow

Abdirahman Abdullahi Baadiyow was born in 1954 in Galguduud in central Somalia.
Baadiyow joined the Somali National Army in 1971, reaching the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and remained in active duty until 1986, when he decided to leave the military due to President Siad Barre's military response against clan-based armed factions that were emerging against his regime.
After leaving the armed forces, he enrolled at McGill University in Canada where he earned a master's degree and a PhD in Islamic studies.
He returned to Somalia in 1993 as the East Africa regional director of Mercy-USA for Aid and Development, a non-profit organisation that works to provide relief and promotes economic and educational development. While with Mercy-USA, Baadiyow worked in health and education until 2007, establishing primary and secondary schools as well as health centres in the region.
In 1996, he co-founded Mogadishu University where he serves as the current chairman of the Board of Trustees.
In 2000, Baadiyow took part in the Somalia National Peace Conference held in Djibouti and was selected as a member of the Technical Committee charged with overseeing the charter for the Transitional National Government.
Baadiyow speaks Somali and English and holds dual Somali and Canadian citizenship.

Ahmed Ismail Samatar

Ahmed Ismail Samatar is a prominent academic who has lived in the United States for over 30 years.
He is the current James Wallace Professor of International Studies at Macalester College in Saint Paul, Minnesota, where he also served as the Dean of International Studies and Programming, and as the founding Dean of the Institute for Global Citizenship.
Samatar's expertise is in the areas of global political economy, political and social thought and African development. He has authored five books and published over 30 articles. He received a PhD in 1984 from the University of Denver.
He has lectured at various universities including the Somali National University, London School of Economics and Political Science, Cornel University, Harvard University, University of Amsterdam, and the University of Otago.
Samatar is originally from the northern region of the country and opposes Somaliland's unilateral separation from the rest of the country.
He is the current leader of the Hiil Qaran political party, and one among 13 presidential hopefuls who have formed a coalition called National Association for Change. The group has struck a unity deal and will nominate one of its members as the presidential candidate.
Samatar holds dual Somali and US citizenship and speaks Somali, Arabic and English.

Hassan Sheikh Mohamud

Hassan Sheikh Mohamud is an academic and political and civic activist who has worked for several national and international peace and development organizations.
Mohamud graduated from the Somali National University in 1981 and then went on to study in India where he obtained a master's degree from Bhopal University in 1988.
In 1993, Mohamud worked for the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund as an education officer in south and central Somalia until the departure of the United Nations Operation in Somalia forces in 1995.
In 1999, he co-founded the Somali Institute of Management and Administration Development in Mogadishu, which later evolved into Simad University, and served as its dean until 2010.
In 2011, he founded the Peace and Development Party and currently serves as its chairman.
Mohamud speaks Somali and English.

Yusuf Garaad Omar

Yusuf Garaad Omar is a veteran journalist and former director of the BBC Somali Service in London.
Omar was born in 1960 in Mogadishu's Hamar Jajab district and completed his secondary education in Mogadishu. He attended the Somali National University where he studied French and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics.
He joined Radio Mogadishu in 1984 where he worked until the collapse of the central government.
In 1990, Omar immigrated to Italy and attended the University of Siena to pursue advanced studies in anthropology. He joined the BBC Somali Service in 1992, initially working as a freelance reporter from Italy. He became the head of the unit in 2000.
Omar holds dual Somali and British citizenship and speaks Somali, English, Italian and French.

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Mahad Abdalle Awad became the second deputy speaker.

The new Somalia parliament also elected Jeilani Nur Ikar as the First Deputy Speaker and Mahad Abdalla Awed as the Second Deputy Speaker in a highly contested vote on Tuesday.

Also elected were the speaker's two deputies: Jaylaani Nur Ikar, the former minister of public works and reconstruction in the transitional federal government, won the position of first deputy speaker, while Mahad Abdalle Awad became the second deputy speaker (ex-Mahad Abdalle Awad (MP)Deputy-Minister Ministry of Planning International Cooperation)

MOGADISHU: The second group of the Putera 1Malaysia Club humanitarian mission has arrived here to distribute aid.

The Malaysian air force's C-130 transport aircraft, carrying 48 volunteers and eight tonnes of supplies as well as 26 air force personnel, landed at the Mogadishu airport here on Monday morning after taking off from the Subang air force base in Kuala Lumpur the previous day.

Prior to arriving here, the aircraft transited in the Maldives and Seychelles.

Welcome aid: Abdul Azeez (third from right) speaking to members of the transitional government Mohamad Dakanee (left) and Mahad Awad after touching down in Mogadishu on Monday. — Bernama

The volunteers were greeted on arrival here by local leaders including Deputy Minister of Fisheries and Environment Ah-mad Hassan Adam, as well as several members of Somalia's legislature.

Mission chief Datuk Abdul Azeez Abdul Rahim, who is also the club president, said the trip would cover five areas, with Mogadishu being the first stop.

While here the mission will distribute aid in Badbadur, about 25km away, where about 250,000 people are taking refuge.

From Badbadur, the mission will proceed to Al Shabeb in Merka where 300,000 people are affected by the famine and in the Balet Veni camps which house 100,000 people.

Both areas are located 100km from Mogadishu.

Essential supplies: Workers unloading food and medicine from the aircraft at the Mogadishu airport on Monday. — Bernama

Operations chief Lt-Kol Zahani Zainal Abdin said the nine-hour transit in Seychelles was crucial to the mission's safety because it would be risky to fly into Mogadishu at night.

The mission aims to distribute 250 tonnes of foodstuff and medicine to about 45,000 families. - Bernama

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