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Friends Don't Let Friends talk about Somali Politics

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Re: Friends Don't Let Friends talk about Somali Politics

Postby The_Emperior5 » Wed Sep 12, 2007 1:32 pm

i have no jeberti friends

some hawiye but anigu sanka baan kuwana somaliland ka mar marriyaa

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Re: Friends Don't Let Friends talk about Somali Politics

Postby Karbaash_killa » Wed Sep 12, 2007 1:33 pm

wa saleeban gabrta soo maha? Laughing

Good luck sxb... but going back to the oiignal topic.... Eveyone knows my views on Somalia ..weather it be my good friends to ...The strangers that run into m from time to time.. LOL...


Problems in somalia are real and are nothing to hide from.. when you try to keep silent.,..alot of dhag hadal which i dont have the patience for beggin to emerge.. so i make sure anyone with praise to ethiopia betta keep a distance..

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Re: Friends Don't Let Friends talk about Somali Politics

Postby AbdiWahab252 » Wed Sep 12, 2007 1:34 pm

Koronto,

My Majeerten neighbor who is nearly 80 years old returned from Galkacyo. She was telling me about her children's problems and said that she did a quran saar for them by hiring these Majeerten wadaads. It didn't work according to her because she suspects that all the good ones were exported by Abdullahi Yusuf to Ethiopia.

So she had to fetch a mix of Sacad, Dir and Ogaden wadaads and the Quran saar worked Laughing

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Re: Friends Don't Let Friends talk about Somali Politics

Postby Koronto91 » Wed Sep 12, 2007 1:36 pm

[quote="Luq_Ganane"]Wallahi thats funny, because Sh Khalif is probably the least qabil oriented person on the planet. There may have been ideological differences between the two camps, but I don't think qabil had anything to do with the various Imam's squabbles. Its probably the simpletons at the donut shops that brought qabil stuffi into the fray. Laughing[/quote]

Sh. Khaliif wears many shirts, he leads a group of HG women by giving them private lessons, did you know that? But, Yes, for the most part, it is the buffoons at the Donut shops that exaggerate things.

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Re: Friends Don't Let Friends talk about Somali Politics

Postby Luq_Ganane » Wed Sep 12, 2007 1:37 pm

Abdiwahab,

that was the most shameless qabil advancement statement by you yet "So she had to fetch a mix of Sacad, Dir and Ogaden wadaads and the Quran saar worked" Laughing Laughing

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Re: Friends Don't Let Friends talk about Somali Politics

Postby Luq_Ganane » Wed Sep 12, 2007 1:39 pm

Sh. Khaliif wears many shirts, he leads a group of HG women by giving them private lessons, did you know that? But, Yes, for the most part, it is the buffoons at the Donut shops that exaggerate things.[/quote]


Koronto, I know the man. I could vouch that he's he doesn't have any qabil jahaliyaah in him.

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Re: Friends Don't Let Friends talk about Somali Politics

Postby Koronto91 » Wed Sep 12, 2007 1:40 pm

[quote="AbdiWahab252"]So she had to fetch a mix of Sacad, Dir and Ogaden wadaads and the Quran saar worked Laughing[/quote]

Laughing Laughing Laughing

Old Majeerteen women are spinisters, they know how to tell a joke!

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Re: Friends Don't Let Friends talk about Somali Politics

Postby AbdiWahab252 » Wed Sep 12, 2007 1:40 pm

[quote="Luq_Ganane"]Abdiwahab,

that was the most shameless qabil advancement statement by you yet "So she had to fetch a mix of Sacad, Dir and Ogaden wadaads and the Quran saar worked" Laughing Laughing[/quote]


Luq,

I died of laughter when she said it. I swear it was a true statement from a Rer Mahad Cumar Maxmuud woman.

She is one funny old lady and a classic example of the humor of Rer Mudug.

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Re: Friends Don't Let Friends talk about Somali Politics

Postby Luq_Ganane » Wed Sep 12, 2007 1:42 pm

Koronto what happned to that Imam in Seattle? I think he was Ogaden. He ran into some trouble I guess eh? Good man, and very knowledgable.

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Re: Friends Don't Let Friends talk about Somali Politics

Postby Koronto91 » Wed Sep 12, 2007 1:45 pm

[quote="Luq_Ganane"]Koronto, I know the man. I could vouch that he's he doesn't have any qabil jahaliyaah in him.[/quote]

I could be wrong, but I still hold him accountable for all the Fiasco during Ramadan '06. He left us on the first day of Ramadan without any warning or heads-up, during the Jumu'ah Khutba he just took the microphone and told everyone that we had been holding him back from teaching the Qur'an & Sunnah and said he was leaving. When in fact nobody ever denied him an opportunity to teach Allah's word, the committee and congregation were all shocked.

The only thing the Committee ever told him was to not recruit Salafi Jadiids, they even accepted him as a Salafi Jadiid, but said we can not allow this Masjid to become a recruiting facility for your sect nor will we allow you to distribute fabricated records cussing at Sh. Umal, Umar Farooq & Sh. Shariif A/Nur.

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Re: Friends Don't Let Friends talk about Somali Politics

Postby Luq_Ganane » Wed Sep 12, 2007 1:47 pm

Koronto, I've heard very different events. Its something we must discuss at length. Check your PM.

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Re: Friends Don't Let Friends talk about Somali Politics

Postby Koronto91 » Wed Sep 12, 2007 1:51 pm

[quote="Luq_Ganane"]Koronto what happned to that Imam in Seattle? I think he was Ogaden. He ran into some trouble I guess eh? Good man, and very knowledgable.[/quote]

They sent him to Kenya, thank God, because he was looking at a life in a Washington Federal Penn. They made up some corny story that he was illegally funding some shady groups in Somalia. Then they said he had over-stayed his visa... Laughing Laughing

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Re: Friends Don't Let Friends talk about Somali Politics

Postby King-of-Awdal » Wed Sep 12, 2007 1:54 pm

i dont even know my friends tribes or anything except my best friend who is warsengali and the only reason i know his tribe is his grandad always when he see's me coming into that house says eh the loud djboutian's have come so bring some halwo. Laughing as for discussion we only discuss gurls, life sports and other shit. but one thing is sometimes some of em call me eh qaldaan so i know some of em are southerenrs but dont know their tribe.

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Re: Friends Don\\\'t Let Friends talk about Somali Politics

Postby XAMARZ-FINEST » Wed Sep 12, 2007 2:14 pm

[quote="Alluring"]AW

Friends only exist if they are REAL. Not the ones over the internet or in your mind.

This old man makes me sick![/quote]


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LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL

HEHEHHEHHEHEHEHE

LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL


OI WARYA UR FINISIHED
XAMARI-GASH

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Re: Friends Don't Let Friends talk about Somali Politics

Postby QansaGabeyle » Wed Sep 12, 2007 4:42 pm

[quote]Its probably the simpletons at the donut shops that brought qabil stuffi into the fray[/quote]

It is the women wallahi. Even down here in where I live, there used to be one Masjid where all the somalis used to go but then some women from the harti and some from the hawiye had beef and all of a sudden new mosques starting popping up everywhere and they are all financed by these somali women with their ceyr money and ayuuto shit.


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