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Ceelmacaan port: A paradox in Somalia

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Re: Ceelmacaan port: A paradox in Somalia

Postby Luq_Ganane » Tue Nov 20, 2007 7:00 pm

^^

:l Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing LOOOOOOOL,

This guy is truely sick. When I mentioned Hussien Kulmiye it was because he was the only Wacaysle (Just found out He's not) that I KNEW. If you look at my posts, you'll notice I always use examples, and I wasn't gonna mention someone I didn't know. Hussien Kulmiye as one of the architercts of the coup, was a smart man and a good adviser in the '70s. I had relatives that knew him very well. Only a demented person like you will find political innuendo in every post. Dude, you really need to get a grip, and get over your phobia. MSB's been out of power for almost 2 decades. MOVE ON Arrow Laughing

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Re: Ceelmacaan port: A paradox in Somalia

Postby Somaliweyn » Tue Nov 20, 2007 7:03 pm

Laughing Laughing

So you based your whole argument on one guy?

Anyways,,,next time be careful advicing things to people you don't know.

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Re: Ceelmacaan port: A paradox in Somalia

Postby Twisted_Logic » Tue Nov 20, 2007 7:05 pm

[quote="Somali2003"]Twisted, I remember how Wacbuudhan alone used to battle with the Habar Gidir. Wacaysle stayed out of the way for some time inspite of being the traditional warriors of Abgaal.[/quote]

Wacesley were never the traditional warriors of Mudulood. Wacbudhan were always. Actually ( and I can say this b/c my grand ma is Ceyr), historically the Wacesely used to be military allies of the Ceyr. In fact the Abgaal saying, " Habar Gidir Habarana habarooshinka intaay uu sida" has its origins in when the Wacesely asked the Ceyr to aid them against the Murusade, but instead of just sending only men, the ceyr brought in their whole families! Lol Laughing

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Re: Ceelmacaan port: A paradox in Somalia

Postby Luq_Ganane » Tue Nov 20, 2007 7:06 pm

^^

Ofcourse I didn't. If you read my post instead of combing for Pro-Siyad rhetoric you'd see I mentioned Ceeldheer, which is another great example. Laughing

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Re: Ceelmacaan port: A paradox in Somalia

Postby Luq_Ganane » Tue Nov 20, 2007 7:09 pm

^^

Twisted,

Actually I heard Beesha Kuwait used to be pretty skilled fighters back in the day. Laughing Laughing

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Re: Ceelmacaan port: A paradox in Somalia

Postby Twisted_Logic » Tue Nov 20, 2007 7:10 pm

[quote="Luq_Ganane"]^^

Ofcourse I didn't. If you read my post instead of combing for Pro-Siyad rhetoric you'd see I mentioned Ceeldheer, which is another great example. Laughing[/quote]

LUQ,

It was apparently a misunderstanding. let bygones be bygones!

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Re: Ceelmacaan port: A paradox in Somalia

Postby Twisted_Logic » Tue Nov 20, 2007 7:11 pm

[quote="Luq_Ganane"]^^

Twisted,

Actually I heard Beesha Kuwait used to be pretty skilled fighters back in the day. Laughing Laughing[/quote]

Yea, I actually think they still are. LOL @ Beesha Kuwait. wtf! wasnt it Togane who came up with this name?

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Re: Ceelmacaan port: A paradox in Somalia

Postby xoogSADE14 » Tue Nov 20, 2007 7:15 pm

TL

Wacbuudhan yaad katahay? Yalaxoow ma isku jufaad tihiin?

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Re: Ceelmacaan port: A paradox in Somalia

Postby Twisted_Logic » Tue Nov 20, 2007 7:17 pm

[quote="xoogSADE14"]TL

Wacbuudhan yaad katahay? Yalaxoow ma isku jufaad tihiin?[/quote]

No. He is actually related to my dad through my dad's mom. But I am Kaballe ( the supposed brothers of Sacad and branch of Ogadeen) Lol! Long story!

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Re: Ceelmacaan port: A paradox in Somalia

Postby Somaliweyn » Tue Nov 20, 2007 7:18 pm

The toughest guys in the civil war were Bermuuda fighters...

http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=izafpU9FtEE

''This is Bermuda, a besieged enclave of 8 km by 5 km in the heart of Mogadishu. Since the beginning of the war in 1991, the people here have become renowned as fearless fighters, intensely xenophobic, no outsider is permitted to enter. Though the people here are surrounded and heavily outgunned, they never have been overrun by the enemy forces loyal to General Aideed.'' (3.50 min)

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Re: Ceelmacaan port: A paradox in Somalia

Postby xoogSADE14 » Tue Nov 20, 2007 7:19 pm

Beriguu Kismayo noogu yimid buu "awoowe" noogu wada wici jiray, lafteeyda waxaa dhashay islaan wacbuudhan ah oo cida Yalaxoow kasii ah.

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Re: Ceelmacaan port: A paradox in Somalia

Postby Luq_Ganane » Tue Nov 20, 2007 7:20 pm

Twisted,

Is it true Abgal used to intermarry with Reer Xamar girls the most before the war? Afterwards we heard about the infamous HG-Cad-cad marriages. Laughing Laughing

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Re: Ceelmacaan port: A paradox in Somalia

Postby King-of-Awdal » Tue Nov 20, 2007 7:23 pm

Interesting thread finally no Wars' Laughing

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Re: Ceelmacaan port: A paradox in Somalia

Postby Twisted_Logic » Tue Nov 20, 2007 7:24 pm

[quote="Luq_Ganane"]Twisted,

Is it true Abgal used to intermarry with Reer Xamar girls the most before the war? Afterwards we heard about the infamous HG-Cad-cad marriages. Laughing Laughing[/quote]

lol. yea. actually my aunt is married to reer xamar. Laughing Laughing Laughing @ HG cad cad

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Re: Ceelmacaan port: A paradox in Somalia

Postby Luq_Ganane » Tue Nov 20, 2007 7:26 pm

^^

Twisted,

Once a Government is formed all forced marriages will be dissolved up Laughing Laughing


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