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once Kismayo's liberated first thing i'll visit Bajuni Islan

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Re: once Kismayo's liberated first thing i'll visit Bajuni Islan

Postby CoolPoisons » Tue Nov 17, 2009 12:53 pm

HutuKing01 wrote:This boonpoison is a clear evidence why somalia will not have peace :down:
Claiming the land of bajunis. :down:


the biggest irony here

the Hutu who's still lives in stolen houses


kambuli, si qaldan ayaad sheekada u fahantay. Islands waxa hada ku nool Bajunis laakin lacaq ayaa la siiya oo meeshas ayee ka shaqeeyaan

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Re: once Kismayo's liberated first thing i'll visit Bajuni Islan

Postby kambuli » Tue Nov 17, 2009 2:56 pm

Kan la leeyahay Hutu, ee ka yimid Mudug meesha ugu qalalan, ee haddana Xamar dadka ka sheeganaya maka yaabteen? Ee kaaga darane, Somalida aad mooddo in isaga la yidhi "Dhulki u qaybi oo qolo walba meeshii ay degi lahayd u sheeg"...

Bal isagoo Hobyo ka yimid ayuu degayaa Qoryooley iyo Jamaame, kolkaasoo kii kala yimid Mudug ku leeyahay "Adigu ma degi kartid" :mrgreen:

Laba mid soo gal waaryaa:

Hobyo iyo dhuusa mareeb ku noqo ama dadka amaan sii..


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I get your point :up:

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Re: once Kismayo's liberated first thing i'll visit Bajuni Islan

Postby Murax » Tue Nov 17, 2009 3:50 pm

GaajoUnit wrote:Image

Property sold to a Mr Bin Laden :mrgreen:



:lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: once Kismayo's liberated first thing i'll visit Bajuni Islan

Postby xoogSADE14 » Tue Nov 17, 2009 5:13 pm

lol

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Re: once Kismayo's liberated first thing i'll visit Bajuni Islan

Postby grandpakhalif » Tue Nov 17, 2009 5:18 pm

Mashallah only if hutus were so easily colonized :lol: :lol:


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