Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Somalia: The Biyomal [Biimaal, Biyomaal, Biymaal, Biyamal] clan, including work, history, religious affiliation, location within the country,

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Somalia: The Biyomal [Biimaal, Biyomaal, Biymaal, Biyamal] clan, including work, history, religious affiliation, location within the country, particularly Nus Dunya; the Rahanweyn [Rahanwen] clan, including location in the country; treatment of the Biyomal clan by the Rahanwen clan (2013- September 2015)

Publisher Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada
Publication Date 2 October 2015
Citation / Document Symbol SOM105305.E
Related Document(s) Somalie : information sur le clan des Biyomal [Biimaal, Biyomaal, Biymaal, Biyamal], y compris sur leur travail, leur histoire, leur appartenance religieuse et leur emplacement dans le pays, surtout à Nus Dunya; information sur le clan des Rahanwen [Rahanweyn], y compris leur emplacement dans le pays; le traitement que réserve le clan des Rahanwen au clan des Biyomal (2013-septembre 2015)
Cite as Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, Somalia: The Biyomal [Biimaal, Biyomaal, Biymaal, Biyamal] clan, including work, history, religious affiliation, location within the country, particularly Nus Dunya; the Rahanweyn [Rahanwen] clan, including location in the country; treatment of the Biyomal clan by the Rahanwen clan (2013- September 2015), 2 October 2015, SOM105305.E, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/56f399224.html [accessed 11 October 2017]
DisclaimerThis is not a UNHCR publication. UNHCR is not responsible for, nor does it necessarily endorse, its content. Any views expressed are solely those of the author or publisher and do not necessarily reflect those of UNHCR, the United Nations or its Member States.
Research Directorate, Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, Ottawa
1. Overview of Biyomal Clan
Sources indicate that in Somalia, there are four majority "noble clans": the Darood [Darod], Hawiye, Dir, and Isaaq [Isaq] (EASO Aug. 2014, 43-44; Austrian Red Cross and ACCORD 15 Dec. 2009, 11). According to sources, the Biyomal are a subclan of the Dir clan (ibid., 18; UN n.d.). A 2009 report published jointly by the Austrian Red Cross and the Austrian Centre for Country of Origin and Asylum Research and Documentation (ACCORD) states that the "'noble clans'" are nomadic-pastoralist and speak Af-Maxaa-tiri (Austrian Red Cross and ACCORD 15 Dec. 2009, 11). According to the same source, the majority of the nomadic-pastoral clans are "united by a common, mythological perception of direct lineal descent from the forefather Samaal [Samale] and the household of the Prophet Mohammed" (ibid.). Similarly, Forced Migration Online, a collection of resources "concerning the situation of forced migrants worldwide," coordinated by the Refugee Studies Centre (RSC) at the University of Oxford (RSC n.d.), states that the four noble clan families belong to the lineage line of the Samale (RSC July 2003).
According to sources, the Biyomal are located in the Lower Shabelle Region of Somalia (Norway 18 Oct. 2013, 8; UN n.d.; Austrian Red Cross and ACCORD 15 Dec. 2009, 18) as well as in the Middle and Lower Juba areas (ibid.). Landinfo, Norway's Country of Origin Information Centre, cites research conducted by Ioan Lewis, a former anthropology professor at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) who focused his research on Somali culture (LSE n.d.), as stating that the city of Marka is the "traditional home territory of the Dir clan Biimaal" (Norway 18 Oct. 2013, 8). The same source states that "[i]n the coastal area, including the port towns of Marka and Barawe, trade and fishing are the most common livelihoods" (ibid., 9). Landinfo also notes that the Lower Shabelle is "one of the most fertile areas in Somalia" and that food production is "the predominant means of making a living" in the region (ibid.). The Austrian Red Cross and ACCORD report that in some areas, clans such as the Biyomal "live in pockets of groups and thus can be referred to as 'minorities' on the local level with some justification, but not on the global Somali level due to the fact that they belong to a strong clan-family" (Austrian Red Cross and ACCORD 15 Dec. 2009, 14). According to the same source, in general, the same clans
can leave the area where they constitute a "minority" and receive protection where their clan is a majority (even though the notion of being "dominant" nowhere means full control, as there are always several clans, and "minorities" present in South Central Somalia). However, this often means that these groups are obliged to leave their local areas where they probably have been living for generations. (ibid.)
Information on the presence of the Biyomal Clan in Nus Dunya could not be found among the sources consulted by the Research Directorate within the time constraints of this Response.
2. Overview of Rahanwen Clan
According to sources, the Rahanweyn [also known as the Digil-Mirifle (EASO Aug. 2014, 44; Austrian Red Cross and ACCORD Dec. 2009, 11)] are a "minority" clan in Somalia (Austrian Red Cross and ACCORD 15 Dec. 2009, 7; RSC July 2003). However, an article by Catherine Besteman, a professor of anthropology at Colby College in Maine, US (Colby College n.d.), published by the World Peace Foundation, an academic research institution affiliated with Tufts University's Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy (World Peace Foundation n.d.), indicates that "[f]ew scholars include the Rahanweyn clan among minorities since the creation of [a Rahanweyn] armed militia in 1996 and the 2000 power-sharing formula where Rahanweyn were counted as equal to the other 3 Somali clans" (Besteman 31 Oct. 2013). Corroborating information could not be found among the sources consulted by the Research Directorate within the time constraints of this Response.
According to an article published in the African Languages and Culture journal by Bernhard Helander, a former lecturer in cultural anthropology at Uppsala University, Sweden, whose research focused on Somali culture and society (Somalia Watch 3 Jan. 2001), the Rahanweyn Clan is composed of approximately 30 sub-clans of varying sizes, which share a sense of unity based on "their common forms of attachment to land, their combined reliance on agriculture and animal husbandry, the pride they have in their dialect, and to some extent, their shared forms of Islamic worship" (Helander 1996, 197). The Austrian Red Cross and ACCORD similarly state that the Rahanweyn are a "mainly sedentary agro-pastoralist people" (Austrian Red Cross and ACCORD 15 Dec. 2009, 11). According to sources, the Rahanweyn speak a language distinct from the majority Somali clans (RSC July 2003; Austrian Red Cross and ACCORD 15 Dec. 2009, 11), known as Af Maay-tiri (ibid.). According to Helander, Rahanweyn clans contain "a high degree of adopted members" of other clans within their populations; some sub-clans of the Rahanweyn clan reportedly have a membership comprised of more "adopted members" than "original members" (Helander 1996, 197). Corroborating information could not be found among the sources consulted by the Research Directorate within the time constraints of this Response.
Sources state that Rahanweyn clans reside in the Bay and Bakool [Bakol] regions (Austrian Red Cross and ACCORD 15 Dec. 2009, 13; UN n.d.) of the Lower Shabelle, as well as Gedo (ibid.). The Austrian Red Cross and ACCORD report that "since 1999, the Rahanweyn clans have increasingly gained control of their 'own' regions of Bay and Bakool in the inter-riverine area between the Juba and Shabelle rivers in Southern Somalia" (Austrian Red Cross and ACCORD 15 Dec. 2009, 13).
3. Treatment of the Biyomal Clan
3.1 Treatment by the Rahanweyn Clan
Information on the relationship between the Biyomal and Rahanweyn clans was scarce among the sources consulted by the Research Directorate within the time constraints of this Response. According to a report published by OODA Loop, a provider of "actionable intelligence, analysis, and insight on global security" (n.d.), the Biyomal and Digil-Mirifle both occupy the Lower Shabelle State of South-West 6 (OODA Loop 23 Mar. 2014). The same source states that "[t]he South-West 6 Digil-Mirifle leaders gained support from the Dir clan, especially the Biyomaal Elders in the Marka District of Lower Shabelle" and also that
[t]he Biyomaal Dir are in an awkward position, they have to support the South-West 6 to ensure their territories are under the Digil-Mirifle dominanted Administration, as opposed to supporting the South-West 3, which would leave them to be part of the Hawiye dominated Shabelle State. (ibid.)
In correspondence with the Research Directorate, an Associate Professor of history at the University of Pennsylvania, whose research focuses on Somali culture and society, also stated that "[m]any Rahanweyn groups in Lower Shabelle share the mistrust of the Biyomal toward the Hawiya-dominated FG [Federal Government] of Somalia and for that reason, have themselves sometimes embraced al-Shabaab as a counterweight to the government" (Associate Professor 2 Oct. 2015). Corroborating information could not be found among the sources consulted by the Research Directorate within the time constraints of this Response.
3.2 Treatment by Other Clans
According to sources, the Biyomal has engaged in conflict with the Hawiye clan (Associate Professor 2 Oct. 2015; UN 13 Oct. 2014, para. 17; Norway 18 Oct. 2013, 11). The Austrian Red Cross and ACCORD indicate that the Biyomal have faced "suppress[ion]" by the Hawiye and the Ogaden/Darood clans and have engaged in armed conflict with the Hawiye in the Lower Shabelle and Middle and Lower Juba areas (Austrian Red Cross and ACCORD 15 Dec. 2009, 18). IRIN similarly states that the Biyomal and Habargidir [Haber Gedir] clan (a sub-clan of the Hawiye Clan) have fought over territories in the Lower Shabelle region on numerous occasions, "and while the Somali government has been able to mediate between the groups, a lasting ceasefire has never been achieved" (UN 11 June 2014). According to the Associate Professor, "most of the reported violence against, and oppression of, the Biyomal in recent years has been attributed to Habr Gidr forces (primarily Ayr sub clan) who seek to assert their supremacy over the district and port of Marka" (Associate Professor 2 Oct. 2015). A report published in October 2014 by the UN Security Council's Monitoring Group on Somalia and Eritrea cites interviews with internally displaced persons in the Lower Shabelle revealing that between November 2013 and August 2014, the "killing of civilians, burning of homes and farms, rape of women, and population displacement, primarily concentrated around Janale, Marka and K50" occurred as a consequence of clan violence between the Biyomal and Habargidir (UN 13 Oct. 2014, para. 44). The US Department of State's Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2014 also quotes the United Nations as stating that in the Lower Shabelle region, "conflict between Biimaal and Habar Gedir militias resulted in reports of abductions and killings every week in June and July" (US June 2015, 12). Sources indicate the following instances of violence between the Biyomal and Habargidir clans:
According to the BBC, in December 2013, at least 20 people were killed and "scores … sustained various injuries" following three days of fighting between the Biyomal and Habargidir clans over control of territory in the Lower Shabelle region (BBC 16 Dec. 2013).
The Monitoring Group reports that in December 2013, "serious clashes" between the Biyomal and Habargidir clans occurred and "revenge killings occurred in several locations, leading to civilians driven from their homes, rape and other human rights violations" (UN 13 Oct. 2014, para. 32).
The Monitoring Group further indicates that on 7 May 2014, Habargidir and Biyomal militias clashed at K50 and Ceel-Wareegow (ibid., para. 37). The same source states that on 9 May 2014, "the Haber Gedir launched an attack against Biimaal militias at the outskirts of Marka" (ibid.).
IRIN reports that in June 2014, armed clashes took place between the Biyomal and Habargidir clans who were "competing for control" over Somalia's southern Lower Shabelle region (UN 11 June 2014). According to the same source, during this outbreak of violence, 30 were killed and over 250 were forced to take refuge at the bases of the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) (ibid.).
The UN Security Council reports that on 9 June 2014, "a group of Haber Gedir clan militias wearing SNA [Somali National Army] uniforms reportedly entered Marka and forced the local Biimaal administration to flee" (UN 13 Oct. 2014, para. 39). The same source states that the Biyomal "suffered 35-40 civilian casualties, including women and children, and private homes and property were looted" (ibid., para. 40).
This Response was prepared after researching publicly accessible information currently available to the Research Directorate within time constraints. This Response is not, and does not purport to be, conclusive as to the merit of any particular claim for refugee protection. Please find below the list of sources consulted in researching this Information Request.
References
Associate Professor of History, University of Pennsylvania. 2 October 2015. Correspondence with the Research Directorate.
Austrian Red Cross and the Austrian Centre for Country of Origin & Asylum Research and Documentation (ACCORD). 15 December 2009. Clans in Somalia: Report on a Lecture by Joakim Gundel, COI Workshop Vienna, 15 May 2009 (Revised Edition). Edited by Daisuke Yoshimura. [Accessed 21 Sept. 2015]
Besteman, Catherine. 31 October 2013. "Conflicting Over Resources and the Victimization of the Minorities in the South of Somalia." World Peace Foundation. [Accessed 21 Sept. 2015]
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). 16 December 2013. "Clan Leaders Accuse Government of 'Fuelling' Clan Fighting in Southern Somalia." (Factiva).
Colby College. N.d. "Catherine L. Besteman." [Accessed 1 Oct. 2015]
European Asylum Support Office (EASO). August 2014. EASO Country of Origin Information Report: South and Central Somalia Country Overview. [Accessed 1 Oct. 2015]
Helander, Bernhard. 1996. "Rahanweyn Sociability: A Model for Other Somalis?" African Languages and Cultures, No. 3.
London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). N.d. Anthropology Department. "News Archive 2010-2014." [Accessed 1 Oct. 2015]
Norway. 18 October 2013. Landinfo: Country of Origin Information Centre. Somalia: Lower Shabelle. [Accessed 30 Sept. 2015]
OODA Loop. 23 March 2014. Security and Political Awareness Report. [Accessed 30 Sept. 2015]
_____. N.d. "About." [Accessed 30 Sept. 2015]
Refugee Studies Centre (RSC). July 2003. David Griffiths. Somalia. Forced Migration Online. [Accessed 21 Sept. 2015]
_____. N.d. "Forced Migration Online." [Accessed 1 Oct. 2015]
Somalia Watch. 3 January 2001. "Dr. Bernhard Helander Has Left Us (Died)." [Accessed 21 Sept. 2015]
United Nations (UN). 13 October 2014. Security Council. Report of the Monitoring Group on Somalia and Eritrea Pursuant to Security Council Resolution 2111 (2013): Somalia.. [Accessed 5 Oct. 2015]
_____. 11 June 2014. Integrated Regional Information Networks (IRIN). "Clans Clash in Somalia's Lower Shabelle." [Accessed 22 Sept. 2015]
_____. N.d. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). "Genealogical Table of Somali Clans." [Accessed 21 Sept. 2015]
United States (US). 25 June 2015. Department of State. "Somalia." Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2014. [Accessed 18 Sept. 2015]
World Peace Foundation. N.d. "About." [Accessed 29 Sept. 2015]
Additional Sources Consulted
Oral sources: Minority Rights Group International; Professor of anthropology at Colby College; Professor of history at the University of Pennsylvania; Professor of history at Wellesely College; Professor of international environment and development studies at Norwegian University of Life Sciences.
Internet sites, including: African Union; Afrol News; Agence France Presse; Al Jazeera; AllAfrica.com; Amnesty International; BBC; Brookings Institution; CNN; Deutsche Welle; ecoi.net; Factiva; Fragile States.org; The Globe and Mail; Governance and Social Development Resource Center; Hiiraan Online; Human Rights Watch; Joshua Project; Minority Rights Group International; The New York Times; Radio Daslan; Reuters; UCDP Conflict Encyclopedia; United Nations - UNHCR, OCHA, Refworld; The Washington Post; Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars; World Policy Blog.

Saturday, September 2, 2017

Abtirsiinyada Quranyo Maxamed Xiniftire Mahe Dir

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BEESHA Bahdir oo u dooratay Burhaan Boqor Muuse Boqorka Beelaha Daarood (Sawirro)

BEESHA Bahdir oo u dooratay Burhaan Boqor Muuse Boqorka Beelaha Daarood (Sawirro)

1Boosaaso(RBC Radio) Shir ay ku yeesheen beelaha Bahdir (19.12.2013) gudaha magaaladda Boosaaso ee xarunta gobolka Bari ayey ku sheegeen in Boqorka Beelaha Daarood u doorteen Boqor Burhaan Boqor Muuse.
Shirka oo ka dhacay hoyga Madaxweynihii hore ee Puntland Gen Maxamuud Muuse Xirsi (Cadde) ayaa,waxaa goob joog ahaa aqoonyahanka,odayaasha ,waxgaradka ,siyaasiyiinta Beelaha Bahdir,kuwaas oo isku raacay in Burhaan yahay boqor Daarood.
Waxaa shirka lagu taageeray tallo soo jeedin ay soo gudbiyeen Beesha reer Yuusuf Cismaan Boqoree (Cismaan Maxamuud),taasoo ahayd in Boqor Burhaan Boqor Muuse laga dhigo Boqorka beelaha Daarood .
Shirka oo u furay Nabadoon Maxamed Cumar Boqor kuna hadlay magaca reer Yuusuf Cismaan Boqor ayaa xubnihii madasha joogay usoo gudbiyey go’aankii ay reer Yuusuf Cismaan Boqor ku gaareen in Boqorka Beelaha Daarood laga dhigo Boqor Burhaan Boqor Muuse.
3Sidoo kale Caaqil Axmed Kheyr Siciid Yuusuf Boqor ayaa sheegay in go’aankan ay u dhanyihiin waxgaradka,aqoonyahanka,siyaasiyiinta iyo nabadoonada reer Boqor,wuxuuna intaas ku daray in Bulxan Boqor Cismaan oo ah ninka ugu da’da weyn beesha reer Yuusuf Cismaan uu si weyn u taageersanyahay go’aankan.
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Xubnaha reer Yuusuf Cismaan (Reer Boqor) ee go’aankan soo jeediyay ayaa kala ahaa.
1-Bulxan Boqor Cismaan
2-Nabadoon Maxamed Cumar Boqor
3-Caaqil Axmed Khayr Saciid Yuusuf Boqor
4-Gen. Cadde Muuse Xirsi Boqor
5-Liibaan Muuse Boqor
6-Axmed Maxamed Maxamuud Boqor(Bucuf)
7-Shaaquuf Maxamuud Maxamed Boqor
8-C/rashiid Ismaaciil Boqor
9-Liibaan Boqor Muuse
10-C/qaadir Boqor Muuse
11-Siciid Khaalid Yuusuf Boqor
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Xubnaha Bahdir ee go’aanka taageeray
1-Axmed Ismaaciil Ciise
2-Maxamed Macalin
3-Nabadoon Siciid Cismaan Cumar
4-C/qaadir Aw-Yuusuf
5-Nabadoon Axmed Muuse Qoolif
6-Maxamed Yuusuf Madoobe
7-Nabadoon Maxamed Siciid Shaarbo
8-Cali Hiirad Maxamed Cali
9-Hilaal Cabdi Xaaji
10-Dr Nuur Maxamed Nuur
11-Maxamed Cabdulaahi Cumar(Casaro)
12-Maxamed Faarax Fatariini
13-Axmed Hiirad Maxamed Cali
14-Nabadoon Dayib Faratol
15-Cali Kilwe Cismaan Samatar


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Monday, August 21, 2017

BEESHA REER AWSACIID WAA BEEL DEEGAANO BADAN-XILIBAAN XASAN ISAAQ YACQUUB (GEESCADE)

XILIBAAN XASAN ISAAQ  YACQUUB (GEESCADE):  BEESHA REER AWSACIID WAA BEEL DEEGAANO BADAN LEH BALSE WAXAAN KU SABIRNAY IN QARANKA SOOMAALIYEED BADBAADO RABO MAANTA
Xildhibaan Geescadde

Xilibaan Xasan Isaaq Yacquub  Gees Cade oo isagu ku sugnaa shirka soomaalida ee wadanka kenya Mudada ka socday ayaa sheegay in Beesha Reer aw Saciid ay Saami Culus ku leedahay Deegaanada Soomaaliya, Xilibaanka oo sii Hadlayana waxa uu Yiri Sidan , 
Beesha Reer Awsaciid  waxa ay kala dagaan Gobolo kala duwan iyo Deegaanobalaaran oo kukalo baahsan dalka oo dhan ku waas oo leh dagmooyin iyo tuulooyin faro badan waana lala dagaa beesha deegaanadaas qaarna iyada kaligeed ayaa dagta , 
Deegaanada beesha reer awsaciid waxa ka mida , 

Gobolka Gedo

Dagmada Baardheere gaar ahaana Tuulada Hureeyn tuulada Dhoobleey iyo TuuladaDeqaani Tuulada Markableey waxaa daga beesha oo qurainta kalle waa lala dagaa, 
Beesha waxeey ku leedahay Dhulkaan dhul Daaqsin iyo Waraabka Beeraha labadaba waxaana Saaran 12 Mator oo waraab ah oo ay ledahay beesha reer Awsaciid 

Gobolka Bay  

Beesha Reer Awsaciid waxay ka dagtaa Buur waxaana si gooniya udagnaa Tuulada BuuloFulaay Dagmada Ufuroow waxaan ku leenahay Dhul Beereed xaga Roobka iyo daaqsin wayn oo xoolaha Reer Awsacid Ku dhaqmaan, 

Gobolka Shabeelaha Hoose

Beesha Reer awsaciid waxa ay  si xoogleh wax uga dagtaaDagmada Qoryooleey taas oo Daaqsin ahaan si wayn aan ujogno xaga beerahana waxaan ku leenahay dhul balaaran, 

Gobolka Jubada Dhaxe

Dagmada Saakoow waxeey beeshu ku leedahay ama ka dagan dad aad u badan oo gaaraya Boqolkiiba %40 Caanaha iyo Qoryahana anaga Keena  Tuulooyinka BaroowDiinle Buulo Cadeey Baarka Muumin Dhooroow iyoDhakaajo waxaa nala daga Soomaali kalle Balse  Aqlabiyada Anagaa Leh Tuulooyinkaas oo aan ku leenahay Beero waween iyo Daaq Faro Badan TuuladaDhakaajo oo qorshuhu ahaa in loo aqoonsado Dagmo Buuxda waxey la Kulantay Dagaalkii Sokeeye ee Soomaaliya Naafeeyay

Gobolka Jubada Hoose

Deegaanka Qooqaani iyo Dhoobleey Waxaan ku leenahay Deegaan waynTuulada BeerXaani waxaa si madax banaan udaga 40% kiiba beesha oo kaliya  inaga ayaana Keena Caanaha iyo Qoryaha Gobolka oo dhan Tuulada BuuloGuduud iyoYoontooy waxaan ku leenahay Daaqsin iyo Beero Labadaba iyo Lix Matoor 

Hiiraan

 Waxa ay Beesha Reer Awsaciid Ka Dagtaa Deegaanada Soosocda,
Dagmada Baladwayne Tuulada Kabxanleey waxaana noo saaran ilaa iyo Sideed Matoor oo waraaba  Deegaan Daaqsined oo Baadxad Badan waan ku leenahay, 

Banaadir

Beesha Reer Awsaciid waxa ay dagantahay 30%kiiba  gaar ahaana Caasimada Soomaaliya Ee Muqisho     

Waqooyiga Soomaaliya  

Waxa ay beesha Rer awsaciid ka dagtaa Dagmada Gibileey Gaar ahaana Tuulooyinka sheek iyo meelo kaloo badan 
Marka anagu waxaan nahay beel baaxad badan oolagu xisaabtami karo Waxana Xilibaanada Soomaaliyed ka Helnay Hal Xilibaan waana is kaga Qanacnay Maadaama Maslaxada Soomaaliya Laga Talinayo Maanta Ayuu Yiri Xilibaanku
Beesha Reer Awsaciid Waxa ay ukala Baxdaa Sidan  
  • 1-     Abkeey Xaaji oo Aderkii Ah
  • 2-     Faarax Saciid
  • 3-     Abiikar Saciid
  • 4-     Sacdi Saciid
  • 5-     Nuur Saciid
  • 6-     Cali Saciid
  • 7-     Cismaan Saciid
  • 8-     Xuseen Saciid
  • 9-     Xasan Saciid
  • 10-   Cumar Saciid
Xilibaan Xasn Yacquub GesCade oo War Saxaafadeed  ka soo saaray Magaalada Nairobi

axmeddheere65@hotmail.com  Axmed Muuse Cabdule(Idaawaqaca) Kenya,Nairobi

Beesha Magaadle Maxamed-Xiniftire Mahe Dir iyo Deegamadooda




Ceerigaabo=Beesha Magaadle oo Dooratay Boqor.

Mar 04, 2010 at 02:19 AM
Ceerigaabo(Qarannews) Shir ballaadhan oo ay maanta isugu yimaaddeen Cuqaal, Guurti, Aqoonyahanno iyo Waxgaradka kale ee Beesha Magaadle ayaa waxa halkaas beeshani shaaca ka qaadeen in ay beel ahaan isla garteen samaysashada boqorkan, sidoo kalena Maxamuud Sheekh-Cismaan Nuur (Timacadde) ay u garteen una magcaabeen in uu noqdo Boqorka Beesha Magaadle, iyagoo sidoo kalena sheegay toddobaadka soo socda in ay caleemo-saari doonaan kuna caano-shubi doonaan



Beesha Magaadle Maxamed-Xiniftire Mahe Dir iyo Deegamadooda

Xigasho laga soo Guuriyay
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Marka hore waxaan ku bilaabay magaca illaahay sareeyoon weenaaye
Marka xigta Magaadle waa Maxamed-Xiniftire waxuu ka sii yahay Mahe Dir waxuuna ka sii yahay Dir waxuuna kasii yahay Dir Irir waxuu ka sii yahay Irir-Samaalle waxuu ka sii yahay IJI waxuu ka sii yahay Inna Xaam(haam) Xaam na waa Inna Nebi Nuux (nabad gelyo iyo naxariis korkiisa ha ahaatee).
Taariikhda beesha magaadle waxaa loo kala saaraa mid qadiim ah ,mid dhexe iyo xadiis ah ama waqtiga hadda la joogo.

Beesha Magaadle waxay degaan ahaan degan tahay guud ahaan Somaliland , gaar ahaan tuulooyin ka tirsan goboladda Sanaag iyo Togdheer.

Sida Godcaanood oo ka tirsan degmadda Ceerigaabo ee Gobolka Sanaag iyo tuulooyinka Qurilugud, Coodanle, Wadaamo-goo oo iyaguna ka tirsan Degmadda Buuhoodle ee Gobolka Togdheer.

waxay leedahay laba Caaqil iyo hal Boqor beeshu oo kala ah;

1.Caaqil Faarax Xaaji Cabdi Ow-Daahir

2.Chief Caaqil Axmed-Rashiid Xaaji Jaamac Ow-Maxamed

3.Boqor Maxamuud Shiekh Osman Nuur (Timacade).



Maxamuud Sheekh-Cismaan Nuur (Timacadde)

Muddo bil iyo badh gaadhaysa oo beeshani gudaha dalka iyo debeddiisaba shirar kala is daba joog ah ku yeelatay waxannu beel ahaan marka hore isla garannay oo isla oggolaannay iskuna raacnay in ay beeshu samaysato boqor. Kaas oo aannu u garannay Maxamuud Sheekh-Cismaan Nuur (Timacadde) in uu noqdo Boqorka Beesha Magaadle". Sidaas waxa yidhi Caaqil-Faarax Xaaji Cabdi oo ah caaqilka Beesha Magaadle. Wuxuna caaqilku intaas kusii daray. "Boqor-Maxamuud Sheekh-Cismaan Nuur (Timacadde) waxa la caleemo-saarayaa laguna caana-shubayaa maalinta taariikhdu tahay 07/03/2010".

Waxana Cuqaasha iyo Guurtida kale ee iyaguna shirkaas ka hadlay ka mid ahaa

- Guurti Nuur Xaaji Cabdi
- Guurti-Aadan Siciid Cabdi iyo
- Guurti-Cali Cabdi Daahir.
Dhinaca kalena Boqorkan la doortay oo ah nin dhallin yaro ah ayaa taariikh ahaan ah mid kazoo jeeda boqortooyo hore (Magaadle) oo isir ku leh intooda badan beelaha waaweyn ee Reer Sheekh-Isixaaq.

Source.Qarannews/Ceerigaabo

Saturday, August 19, 2017

Gudoomiye Ku Xigeenka Labaad Ee Baarlamaanka Oo Maanta Qada Sharaf Gaalkacyo Kula qaatay Odayaal dhaqameed (Sawiro)


Gudoomiye ku xigeenka labaad ee Baarlamaanka Fedaraalka ah ee Soomaaliya Mudane Mahad Cabdalla Cawad ayaa maanta qado sharaf waqooyiga Magaalada Gaalkacyo kula qaatay Odayaal iyo waxgarad kasoo jeeda Gobolka Mudug gaar ahaan kuwa kasoo jeeda deegaanada Maamulka Puntland.
Qadada waxa sidoo kale kasoo qeyb galay Wasiiro iyo mas’uuliyiin kale oo ka tirsan Maamulka Puntland oo uu ka mid ahaa Wasiiru dowlaha caafimaadka Puntland Mudane C/laahi Jaamac Cali iyo mas’uuliyiin kale.
Kulanka qado sharafta ayaa waxa uu ka dhacay Hotel Sugule waxaana looga wada hadlaayey balan qaad hore uu sameeyey Gudoomiye ku xigeenka iyo waxyaabaha ka hirgalay balan qaadyadaasi.
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Sunday, August 6, 2017

Axmed Budul (Hargeisa) New Dhaanto Somaliland 2014

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SUBCLANS AND FAMILY TREE The Dabruuwe clan has five major subclans, whose there mnemonics is: Rage dabruwe.Yusuf dabruuwe Weheliye dabruuwe. also dabruuwe and bimal they are brothers tree is as following: The Mathigaan or Madigaan is a sub subclan of Dabrube, the Subclan of Dabruuwe and is one of the tribes that inhabits in Ethiopia and Somaliland. Historically, the Mathigaan were mainly pastoral and farmers who separated from other Dabruuwe in nearly 400 years ago, however, the record of written documents and inherited information from ancestors is well reserved in lower shabelle. The Dabrube tribes lived in different parts of somalia and Ethiopia, but they each had their history an


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Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Aweis Issa (Aweeeys Awaare Ciise ) Wareeysi uu siiyay Georgia Straight





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Volume 6
May 2010
Number 1




An African Odyssey East Africa Trip, 2010
Photography by Kate Curry & Aweis Issa


Part 1
Dowtown Nairobi
Downtown Nairobi
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Aweis Issa at Koinange Street, Nairobi
Aweis at Koinange Street, Nairobi
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Aweis Issa at City Council of Nairobi Beautification Park
Aweis at City Council of Nairobi Beautification Park
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Nairobi intersection: Parliament Road and City Hall
Nairobi intersection: Parliament Road and City Hall
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Jomo Kenyatta burial site Nairobi (first President of independent Republic of Kenya)
Jomo Kenyatta burial site Nairobi (first President of independent Republic of Kenya)
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Aweis Issa at Kenyan Parliament
Aweis at Kenyan Parliament
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Kenya Methodist University Building HUB
Kenya Methodist University Building HUB
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Kenya Methodist University Building HUB
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Aweis Issa at Nairobi pub patio
Aweis Issa at Nairobi pub patio
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White Cap Lager in Nairobi
White Cap Lager in Nairobi
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Kenya Comfort Inn Pub ceiling art
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Nairobi Traffic
Nairobi Traffic
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Nairobi
Nairobi
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Kate @ Nairobi Railway Station prior to going to Mombasa
Kate @ Nairobi Railway Station prior to going to Mombasa
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Nairobi train station platform
Nairobi train station platform
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All aboard for Nairobi
All aboard for Nairobi
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All aboard! Aweis on the Rift Valley Train going to Mombasa
All aboard! Aweis on the Rift Valley Train going to Mombasa
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Fatuma Abdullahi Insaniya (Somali: Fadumo Cabdulaahi Insaniiyaa, Arabic: فطومة عبد الله إنسانييا‎‎) is a Somali diplomat. She is the Ambassador of Somalia to the United States, based at the Somali embassy in Washington, D.C..[1] Appointed on 2 April 2015, she is the first woman to be assigned to the office.[2]

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  1. Jump up ^ "Somali cabinet appoints five new ambassadors". Goobjoog. 2 April 2015. Retrieved 4 April 2015. 
  2. Jump up ^ "Former Senior politician named new Ambassador to Kenya". Halganka. 3 April 2015. Archived from the original on 9 April 2015. Retrieved 4 April 2015. 

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SAWIRO: Waa kuma Wasiirka Beesha Biimaal ee had & jeer ka dhexmuuqda siyaasadda dalka? (AKHRI)




Waa kuma wasiirka Beesha Biimaal ee had iyo jeer ka dhexmuuqda masraxa siyaasadda dalka Soomaaliya? Waa wasiir ku xigeen marka aad u fiirsato ka sareeeya wasiir, kana shaqa badan dhamaan wasiiradii soo maray beesha Biimaal.

Waa wasiir ku xigeenka gaashaandhigga Mudane Cabdalla Xuseen oo wasaaradaas ka shaqeynayay in mudda ah tan iyo bilowgii dowladdan rasmiga ah ee hadda waqtigeeda gebagebada ah.
Wasiir Cabdalla ayaa ah dhalinyaro aad u firfurcoon marwalbana lajaanqaada siyaasadaha kala duwan ee ka soo cusboonaada dalka Soomaaliya.


Wasiir Cabdalla waxa uu ka qeybqaatay xallinta dagaal beeleedyo, nidaaaminta ciidamada dowladda si gaar ah waxaa u ra.yi badan ku lahaa in ciidama qaranka Soomaaliya ay u ekaadaan qaab qaran oo labaabi. Iyo sumada qabiilka.


Wasiirka ayaa horseed ka noqday in ku dhawaad 200 oo askari oo ka tirsan ciidama deegaanka lagu qarameeyo degmada no50 oo tan markaas aanan cidna ku dhiiran in degmada lambar Konton laweeraro oo ay dowladda u aqoonsatay meel ay masuul ka yihiin cutubyo katirsan ciidamada militariga Soomaaliya.


Mudane Cabdalla ayaa sidoo kale heshiisyo dhowr ah la saxiixday dowladaha Italy, Egypt, Turkey, UK, si kor loogu qaado tayada iyo waxtarka ciidamada xoogga Dalka.
Wasiir Cabdalla ayaa sidoo kale lagu xusuustaa in uu ahaa masuulkii ugu horeeyay ee furay tabarka ciidanka isku dhafka qaranka oo kismaayo laga bilaabay xilligii xukuumadii xiirane khudbad taariikhi ahna ka jeediyay.

Wasiir Cabdalla aya sidoo kale had iyo jeer ku saacideeya xubnaha kadhashay beesha uu ku matalo dowladda wax allaala wixii ilaalo, ama saad ah marka ay doonayaan in ay booqdaan gobolka ama meela kale oo ay doonayaan in ka soo fuliyaan danaha beesha.

Mudane Cabdalla ayaa muujiyay dowrka ay ka ciyaari karaan dhalinyarada hadii jaanis loo siiyo ka mid noqoshada xukuumadda; balse dhabta ayaa waxa ay tahay in aanan taariikhda wasiirada beesha Biimal laga heleyn sida uu Cabdalla ugu muuqday masraxa siyaasadda 4tii sano ee la soo dhaafay.
Waxaana u aqoonsanay wasiirka kaliyah ee matalay korna u qaaday magaca iyo jiritaanka, sumcadda beesha Biimaal ay ku dhexlahyd xukuumadihii kala duwanaa tan iyo 2012kii.

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