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Ancient Somalia: Walashma dynasty

Postby Coeus » Sat Dec 18, 2010 2:39 pm

The Walashma dynasty was a Muslim noble family who ruled Ifat, parts of what is now eastern Ethiopia, Djibouti and western Somalia. The earliest known member of this royal family was Umar ibn Dunya-huz (died 1275), whose son Ali ibn Wali Ashma conquered the Muslim Kingdom of Shewa.

The last member of this dynasty was Sultan Barakat ibn Umar Din, who was driven from his capital of Harar in 1559 by the Ethiopian General Hamalmal.

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Re: Ancient Somalia: Walashma dynasty

Postby LobsterUnit » Sat Dec 18, 2010 2:43 pm

someone is trying to be james dahl :clap:

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Re: Ancient Somalia: Walashma dynasty

Postby The_Emperior5 » Sat Dec 18, 2010 2:54 pm

Coeus wrote:The Walashma dynasty was a Muslim noble family who ruled Ifat, parts of what is now eastern Ethiopia, Djibouti and western Somalia. The earliest known member of this royal family was Umar ibn Dunya-huz (died 1275), whose son Ali ibn Wali Ashma conquered the Muslim Kingdom of Shewa.

The last member of this dynasty was Sultan Barakat ibn Umar Din, who was driven from his capital of Harar in 1559 by the Ethiopian General Hamalmal.



walashma Dynasty was founded By Sayid SH yusuf Al kaynuun aun He was the best Friend of Sheikh isxaaq bin Axmed al ridawi 632 after Xidjra The walashma dynasty when they lost harar the moved to seylac and the surrounding areas, Sayid Maxammad al bari was the last Arab ruler of Seylac. And affarland.in Till 1825 when he was ousted By Emir Sharmarke Ali saalix baashe. The First Somali ruler of Seylac.

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Re: Ancient Somalia: Walashma dynasty

Postby Coeus » Sat Dec 18, 2010 2:59 pm

The_Emperior5 wrote:
Coeus wrote:The Walashma dynasty was a Muslim noble family who ruled Ifat, parts of what is now eastern Ethiopia, Djibouti and western Somalia. The earliest known member of this royal family was Umar ibn Dunya-huz (died 1275), whose son Ali ibn Wali Ashma conquered the Muslim Kingdom of Shewa.

The last member of this dynasty was Sultan Barakat ibn Umar Din, who was driven from his capital of Harar in 1559 by the Ethiopian General Hamalmal.



walashma Dynasty was founded By Sayid SH yusuf Al kaynuun aun He was the best Friend of Sheikh isxaaq bin Axmed al ridawi 632 after Xidjra The walashma dynasty when they lost harar the moved to seylac and the surrounding areas, Sayid Maxammad al bari was the last Arab ruler of Seylac. And affarland.in Till 1825 when he was ousted By Emir Sharmarke Ali saalix baashe. The First Somali ruler of Seylac.

Thanks for the info emperior :up:

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Re: Ancient Somalia: Walashma dynasty

Postby James Dahl » Sun Dec 19, 2010 3:25 am

Coeus wrote:The Walashma dynasty was a Muslim noble family who ruled Ifat, parts of what is now eastern Ethiopia, Djibouti and western Somalia. The earliest known member of this royal family was Umar ibn Dunya-huz (died 1275), whose son Ali ibn Wali Ashma conquered the Muslim Kingdom of Shewa.

The last member of this dynasty was Sultan Barakat ibn Umar Din, who was driven from his capital of Harar in 1559 by the Ethiopian General Hamalmal.


The royal family still exists, a member of it even posted his abtirsi on my website. They are Ogadeen.
This is the abtiris of Sultan Barakat:
http://www.abtirsi.com/view.php?person=885


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