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Mo Farah's family cheers from Gabiley, Guardian report

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Mo Farah's family cheers from Gabiley, Guardian report

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Re: Mo Farah's family cheers from Gabiley, Guardian report

Postby zingii » Fri Aug 10, 2012 11:21 am

Edna Adan Ismail, the former foreign minister of Somaliland, says: "Mo Farah may have been born in Mogadishu, as were many Somalilanders who happened to be working or living there during the time when Somaliland and Somalia were united, but he is not from Somalia. He is from Somaliland. He is from the Isaaq clan, and Jibril Abokor sub-clan, who are not natives of Somalia.

Ismail, widow of the former prime minister and founder of a university hospital, adds: "Somalilanders were elated and were greatly celebrating Mo's victory. Although he ran for Britain, he is one of ours and his achievements can only make us proud and can also be regarded as yet one more connection with the British empire."
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Re: Mo Farah's family cheers from Gabiley, Guardian report

Postby TeAmo » Fri Aug 10, 2012 11:28 am

Edna Adan Ismail, the former foreign minister of Somaliland, says: "Mo Farah may have been born in Mogadishu, as were many Somalilanders who happened to be working or living there during the time when Somaliland and Somalia were united, but he is not from Somalia. He is from Somaliland. He is from the Isaaq clan, and Jibril Abokor sub-clan, who are not natives of Somalia.

Ismail, widow of the former prime minister and founder of a university hospital, adds: "Somalilanders were elated and were greatly celebrating Mo's victory. Although he ran for Britain, he is one of ours and his achievements can only make us proud and can also be regarded as yet one more connection with the British empire."
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Re: Mo Farah's family cheers from Gabiley, Guardian report

Postby Keyse_0208 » Fri Aug 10, 2012 11:35 am

:lol: :lol: @ mo's big brother faisal giving out meat and khat loooooool, jeeeez

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Re: Mo Farah's family cheers from Gabiley, Guardian report

Postby CaliBurco » Fri Aug 10, 2012 11:38 am

:lol: :lol: @ mo's big brother faisal giving out meat and khat loooooool, jeeeez
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Re: Mo Farah's family cheers from Gabiley, Guardian report

Postby SahanGalbeed » Fri Aug 10, 2012 12:23 pm

What is there to say ?
I am of the Isaaq , habar Awal Sacad Muuse , jbril abokor who will reconsider their political stand , if many,many,many women of the other side are given to us .
Ma jawaab kale ayay leedahay arrintani :lol:


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Re: Mo Farah's family cheers from Gabiley, Guardian report

Postby qoraxeey » Fri Aug 10, 2012 12:28 pm

Edna Adan Ismail, the former foreign minister of Somaliland, says: "Mo Farah may have been born in Mogadishu, as were many Somalilanders who happened to be working or living there during the time when Somaliland and Somalia were united, but he is not from Somalia. He is from Somaliland. He is from the Isaaq clan, and Jibril Abokor sub-clan, who are not natives of Somalia.

Ismail, widow of the former prime minister and founder of a university hospital, adds: "Somalilanders were elated and were greatly celebrating Mo's victory. Although he ran for Britain, he is one of ours and his achievements can only make us proud and can also be regarded as yet one more connection with the British empire."
SMH.

This old lady is too much :lol:

the stroke must have hit her real bad !!!!!!!!!!

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Re: Mo Farah's family cheers from Gabiley, Guardian report

Postby Khalid Ali » Sat Aug 11, 2012 8:25 am

very nice report I saw the reporter few days ago at maansoor


Somalilanders are proud of their son

Well done


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