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130 Somalis deported from saudi arabia land in Mogadishu

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130 Somalis deported from saudi arabia land in Mogadishu

Postby Coeus » Tue May 31, 2011 12:17 pm

130 people including women, children and elders exiled from Saudi Arabia have been exiled from the Saudi Arabia and landed at the Aden Adde international airport of Mogadishu on Tuesday morning.

Several members of the people whom I have met with in the airport told me that they had passed more difficulties during the long journey they reached in Saudi Arabia where they had been exiled by the Saudi Kingdom saying that they had forcibly been returned back to Somalia.

“Some of us left from Djibouti coast while some others left from the port town of Bosaso in Puntland we did not think we would return back simply to here simply, because we paid more money and lastly while reached our destination then we have been deported to back home. Really it is very surprise thing to us,” Said one witnesses

It is not the first time that Somalis in Saudi Arabia sent back to home where there is still ongoing fighting between the Islamist militias and the allied troops of the transitional government of Somalia backing by the African Union troops AMISOM and the Islamist clerics of Ahlu Sunna Waljama’a.

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Re: 130 Somalis deported from saudi arabia land in Mogadishu

Postby djibsomali » Tue May 31, 2011 12:18 pm

saudi arabia!!! looooooooool

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Re: 130 Somalis deported from saudi arabia land in Mogadishu

Postby dunce_cap » Tue May 31, 2011 9:17 pm

This funny. it shud be a wakeup call to all those wannabe wahabbi in the diaspora walkingaround imitating saudi culture, dressing in all black and wwearing niqaab and burka

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Re: 130 Somalis deported from saudi arabia land in Mogadishu

Postby afisoone » Wed Jun 01, 2011 2:24 am

Saudi Government finds out that the only Somalis who come to Saudi Arabia are the Somalis who have little money or their families live abroad. Also Saudis finds out that Somalis are not yet learn the value of their own land. So they are trying to teach them how to love your own land.

I have read an article saying. Saudis are worrying that Somalis may become minority on their own land.

They consider Somalis are badoiun. I have mixed feeling. Sometimes I said to myself it is good for Somalis to learn east or west home is the best.


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