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Re: Comparison of UK cities and Somali cities (statistics)

Postby RuralMan08 » Wed Nov 10, 2010 9:23 am

XimanJaale wrote:
:up: ok brother, I know that there are more Gadabursi than Cisse but I used to think that Jabuuti was a cisse/anfar country. So Gadabursi have two countries Somalia and Jabuuti.


We have three countries brother, over 70% of Gadabursi live in Ethiopia kilinka shanaad. About 25 % in Somali territory (Awdal) and the rest in Djibouti. We are the second largest Somali clan after the cise in djibouti.

Djibouti goes like this in terms of population:

Canfar
Cise
Gadabursi
Isaaq

When you combine Cise, Gadabursi and Isaq then the canfar have no chance. When you combine the Isaq and Gadabursi of Djibouti we outnumber the cise easily.

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Re: Comparison of UK cities and Somali cities (statistics)

Postby XimanJaale » Wed Nov 10, 2010 9:25 am

RuralMan08 wrote:
XimanJaale wrote:
:up: ok brother, I know that there are more Gadabursi than Cisse but I used to think that Jabuuti was a cisse/anfar country. So Gadabursi have two countries Somalia and Jabuuti.


We have three countries brother, over 70% of Gadabursi live in Ethiopia kilinka shanaad. About 25 % in Somali territory (Awdal) and the rest in Djibouti. We are the second largest Somali clan after the cise in djibouti.

Djibouti goes like this in terms of population:

Canfar
Cise
Gadabursi
Isaaq

When you combine Cise, Gadabursi and Isaq then the canfar have no chance. When you combine the Isaq and Gadabursi of Djibouti we outnumber the cise easily.


:up: I have learned a lot about the Gadabursi tribe, but their number 1 home is Somalia :mrgreen: :som:

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Re: Comparison of UK cities and Somali cities (statistics)

Postby RuralMan08 » Wed Nov 10, 2010 9:27 am

XimanJaale wrote:
:up: I have learned a lot about the Gadabursi tribe, but their number 1 home is Somalia :mrgreen: :som:


Yes we originate in Awdal, the rest of the lands were expanded into :mrgreen:

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Re: Comparison of UK cities and Somali cities (statistics)

Postby djibsomali » Wed Nov 10, 2010 10:10 am

RuralMan08 wrote:
XimanJaale wrote:
:up: ok brother, I know that there are more Gadabursi than Cisse but I used to think that Jabuuti was a cisse/anfar country. So Gadabursi have two countries Somalia and Jabuuti.


We have three countries brother, over 70% of Gadabursi live in Ethiopia kilinka shanaad. About 25 % in Somali territory (Awdal) and the rest in Djibouti. We are the second largest Somali clan after the cise in djibouti.

Djibouti goes like this in terms of population:

Canfar
Cise
Gadabursi
Isaaq

When you combine Cise, Gadabursi and Isaq then the canfar have no chance. When you combine the Isaq and Gadabursi of Djibouti we outnumber the cise easily.


you are quite wrong in that line!!

Maybe before the independence but as it stand today 2010 when you combine gadabursi + issaq you still not half of cissa in djibouti.
Matter of fact issaq have dissapeared and becoming extinct in djibouti.
young issaq have moved to rest of the world and old have moved to hargeisa!

mohamed casseh is still there in great number but they have been overunned by cissa from ethiopia

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Re: Comparison of UK cities and Somali cities (statistics)

Postby RuralMan08 » Wed Nov 10, 2010 10:34 am

djibsomali wrote:
you are quite wrong in that line!!

Maybe before the independence but as it stand today 2010 when you combine gadabursi + issaq you still not half of cissa in djibouti.
Matter of fact issaq have dissapeared and becoming extinct in djibouti.
young issaq have moved to rest of the world and old have moved to hargeisa!

mohamed casseh is still there in great number but they have been overunned by cissa from ethiopia


waa runtaa you have a good point. never quite knew that. so the cisse from ethiopia are there in large numbers soo maha? When did they arrive

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Re: Comparison of UK cities and Somali cities (statistics)

Postby yunis09 » Wed Nov 10, 2010 10:38 am

XimanJaale wrote:Salaam all,

Few days ago me and my friends were discussing about the cities in the UK and we were comparing it to the cities in Somalia in terms of majority of clans. So I like to share with you guys what we came up with. We also talked about other things. So enjoy the statistics.

London- Mix clans (no majority) (Mogadishu from 1980’s) isaaq majority but i think hawiye are close second but you need to break down London into boroughs, east ham alone has more Somalis than luton, derby, Nottingham and Coventry put together
Birmingham- Sade and Harti majority (Gedo + Bari + SSC)
Coventry- Hawiye majority ( Cadaado)
Sheffield- Isaaq majority ( Hargeisa number 1) Burco
Bristol- Isaaq majority ( Burco) hargaisa...i think its 50/50 with hawiyes(murursade)
Cardiff- Isaaq majority ( Hargeisa number 2)
Leicester- Sade majority (Garbaharey)
Manchester- Somali cad cad (shaanshi) and Ogaden majority (Marka cadeey + Dhoobley) :lol: :lol:
Liverpool- Hawiye and Harti majority (Galmudug+ Puntland+ SSC) :lol: :lol:
Derby- Sade and Ogaden majority(Mini Kismaayo)
Luton- Mixed clans (no majority) :lol: in that case you might es-well include Milton Keynes
Nottingham- Hawiye and other Somalis majority (Afgooye) :lol: hardly any Somalis to speak of, Northampton has more Somalis

Coventry, Sheffiel, Bristol, Cardiff, Leicester are the only cities in the UK were 1 clan is the only majority.

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Re: Comparison of UK cities and Somali cities (statistics)

Postby djibsomali » Wed Nov 10, 2010 10:46 am

RuralMan08 wrote:
djibsomali wrote:
you are quite wrong in that line!!

Maybe before the independence but as it stand today 2010 when you combine gadabursi + issaq you still not half of cissa in djibouti.
Matter of fact issaq have dissapeared and becoming extinct in djibouti.
young issaq have moved to rest of the world and old have moved to hargeisa!

mohamed casseh is still there in great number but they have been overunned by cissa from ethiopia


waa runtaa you have a good point. never quite knew that. so the cisse from ethiopia are there in large numbers soo maha? When did they arrive



the exodus is called the adhijaab!!
that was between 1974 to 1980s and an other load in 1991

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Re: Comparison of UK cities and Somali cities (statistics)

Postby RuralMan08 » Wed Nov 10, 2010 11:02 am

djibsomali wrote:

the exodus is called the adhijaab!!
that was between 1974 to 1980s and an other load in 1991


looooooooool

it even has a name :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: Comparison of UK cities and Somali cities (statistics)

Postby DisplacedDiraac » Wed Nov 10, 2010 11:37 am

XimanJaale wrote:Salaam all,

Few days ago me and my friends were discussing about the cities in the UK and we were comparing it to the cities in Somalia in terms of majority of clans. So I like to share with you guys what we came up with. We also talked about other things. So enjoy the statistics.

London- Mix clans (no majority) (Mogadishu from 1980’s)
Birmingham- Sade and Harti majority (Gedo + Bari + SSC)
Coventry- Hawiye majority ( Cadaado)
Sheffield- Isaaq majority ( Hargeisa number 1)... More like lil Burco m8
Bristol- Isaaq majority ( Burco)... More like lil Hargesia...
Cardiff- Isaaq majority ( Hargeisa number 2)... Again more like lil Burco..
Leicester- Sade majority (Garbaharey)
Manchester- Somali cad cad (shaanshi) and Ogaden majority (Marka cadeey + Dhoobley).... Lool false
Liverpool- Hawiye and Harti majority (Galmudug+ Puntland+ SSC)... a large number of Hawiye's in Liverpool??? COMEON NOW.. L'pool has a large HJ and Warsan pop!
Derby- Sade and Ogaden majority(Mini Kismaayo).... Looooool
Luton- Mixed clans (no majority)
Nottingham- Hawiye and other Somalis majority (Afgooye)

Coventry, Sheffiel, Bristol, Cardiff, Leicester are the only cities in the UK were 1 clan is the only majority.

I was told by my friend that works for the council that the Somali population of UK for 2010 is estimated 250,000 which is massive. He also told me out of that 250,000 64.2% are unemployed and 35.8% are employed or self-employed.

There are over 1000 Somali businesses and communities all over the UK and over 500 Masjid owned by Somalis in the UK.

There are two Somali television network in the UK which are Universal TV and Somali Channel which are watched internationally. ( There used to be another two Somali channels which were Raad TV owned by Isaaq and Warsan TV owned by Majerteen and Hawiye but they went out of air because of economic problems)

Universal TV is owned by a Somali cadcad and the main headquarter is in East London.

Somali Channel is owned by 3 Marehan brothers and the main headquarter is in Birmingham.

We also concluded that Birmingham and Leicester are inhabited by religious Somalis and London is the least religious city... London the least Religious comeon now.. London is the most and the least!!

Hope this statistic is useful for those that want to travel to the UK, live in the UK or wants to study in the UK. :mrgreen:

If I have made few mistakes correct me if you can.

If you have statistics of Somali people from the country you reside in, feel free to share it. :up:
:som: :som: :som: :som: :som: :som: :som:



Why include Notty.. there's hardly any Somalis there!
Ps. You should have included Leeds, Glasgow, Milton keynes iyo Belfast

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Re: Comparison of UK cities and Somali cities (statistics)

Postby haxxor » Wed Nov 10, 2010 12:03 pm

Bit about Birmingham... there's a lot of Somalilanders living there. I think isaaq is clan for them, not sure...

Most of somalis in Birmingham city are mostly religious, especially ones living in east of Birmingham.

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Re: Comparison of UK cities and Somali cities (statistics)

Postby XimanJaale » Wed Nov 10, 2010 12:07 pm

WestLdnShawty wrote:
XimanJaale wrote:Salaam all,

Few days ago me and my friends were discussing about the cities in the UK and we were comparing it to the cities in Somalia in terms of majority of clans. So I like to share with you guys what we came up with. We also talked about other things. So enjoy the statistics.

London- Mix clans (no majority) (Mogadishu from 1980’s)
Birmingham- Sade and Harti majority (Gedo + Bari + SSC)
Coventry- Hawiye majority ( Cadaado)
Sheffield- Isaaq majority ( Hargeisa number 1)... More like lil Burco m8
Bristol- Isaaq majority ( Burco)... More like lil Hargesia...
Cardiff- Isaaq majority ( Hargeisa number 2)... Again more like lil Burco..
Leicester- Sade majority (Garbaharey)
Manchester- Somali cad cad (shaanshi) and Ogaden majority (Marka cadeey + Dhoobley).... Lool false
Liverpool- Hawiye and Harti majority (Galmudug+ Puntland+ SSC)... a large number of Hawiye's in Liverpool??? COMEON NOW.. L'pool has a large HJ and Warsan pop!
Derby- Sade and Ogaden majority(Mini Kismaayo).... Looooool
Luton- Mixed clans (no majority)
Nottingham- Hawiye and other Somalis majority (Afgooye)

Coventry, Sheffiel, Bristol, Cardiff, Leicester are the only cities in the UK were 1 clan is the only majority.

I was told by my friend that works for the council that the Somali population of UK for 2010 is estimated 250,000 which is massive. He also told me out of that 250,000 64.2% are unemployed and 35.8% are employed or self-employed.

There are over 1000 Somali businesses and communities all over the UK and over 500 Masjid owned by Somalis in the UK.

There are two Somali television network in the UK which are Universal TV and Somali Channel which are watched internationally. ( There used to be another two Somali channels which were Raad TV owned by Isaaq and Warsan TV owned by Majerteen and Hawiye but they went out of air because of economic problems)

Universal TV is owned by a Somali cadcad and the main headquarter is in East London.

Somali Channel is owned by 3 Marehan brothers and the main headquarter is in Birmingham.

We also concluded that Birmingham and Leicester are inhabited by religious Somalis and London is the least religious city... London the least Religious comeon now.. London is the most and the least!!

Hope this statistic is useful for those that want to travel to the UK, live in the UK or wants to study in the UK. :mrgreen:

If I have made few mistakes correct me if you can.

If you have statistics of Somali people from the country you reside in, feel free to share it. :up:
:som: :som: :som: :som: :som: :som: :som:



Why include Notty.. there's hardly any Somalis there!
Ps. You should have included Leeds, Glasgow, Milton keynes iyo Belfast


LOL,

I have two habar awal friends and 1 habar jecel and they told me that in Bristol there are more Habar awal and in Sheffield there are more Habar jecel and I always think that Burco is a habar awal city and Hargeisa a habar jecel.

Regarding Mancheser, 'warsan' are harti and most communities are owned by dhulbahante and hawiye in Manchster.

About leeds i haven't been there but i think is Isaaq majority and also Belfast. Glasgow i have no clue and also Milton Keynes.

I have put in Nottingham because its majority others Somalis like Bantu and I think its fair to put Nottingham in the list even though there are few Somalis living there.

Lol @ London being both religous and munkar city. :mrgreen:

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Re: Comparison of UK cities and Somali cities (statistics)

Postby XimanJaale » Wed Nov 10, 2010 12:09 pm

haxxor wrote:Bit about Birmingham... there's a lot of Somalilanders living there. I think isaaq is clan for them, not sure...

Most of somalis in Birmingham city are mostly religious, especially ones living in east of Birmingham.


Yh Birmingham is a Masha'allah place.

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Re: Comparison of UK cities and Somali cities (statistics)

Postby Knight of Wisdom » Wed Nov 10, 2010 1:45 pm

Thread Starter, fuck Harti...tell me where my DHULBAHANTE people live in the UK predominately. :D

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Re: Comparison of UK cities and Somali cities (statistics)

Postby Cali_Gaab » Wed Nov 10, 2010 3:35 pm

Liverpool is Habarjeclo/Yeesif followed by warsangeli.

London is diverse but East London is predominantly HJ and south east HY.
West London is the most diverse part but clan wise, i think hawiye outnumber anyone.
Sub clan wise, dhulbahante deserve a mention in west london. They all seem to live in the areas where uxbridge road runs through, southall, acton, sheperds bush.

South london i have no clue and north london is dhabacyo.

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Re: Comparison of UK cities and Somali cities (statistics)

Postby LiQaaye_TDH » Wed Nov 10, 2010 4:24 pm

IN my Life Time on somalinet, ive seen all kind of Retarded statistics about somali populations in the UK, But this has to be from the Dumbest :!:


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