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Somali children in care. .

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Re: Somali children in care. .

Postby salool » Sun Mar 04, 2012 4:28 pm

Familiyada badanka halkan caruurta laga qaata wa kuwa caruurta aaney shaqo ku laheyn so kaxeya.
I've definitely noticed that.. That's exactly what happened to the sister I mentioned above.. According to her foster mother who pretty much raised her.. Her relatives not even once tried to get her back.. They didn't care since she wasn't their offspring.. :down:

I honestly think Somalis need to stop bringing kids who aint theirs to the west.. Especially if they wont treat them like their own..
Only ur own parents will treat you well.Somalida ciyaalka aaney dhalin way ku shaqaystan oo bahdilaan.Waxbana uma ibiyaan, thats why most of these kids rather liv with gaalos.


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