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Ethiopia Closed Shabelle river water going to Somalia

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Re: Ethiopia Closed Shabelle river water going to Somalia

Postby sahal80 » Mon Mar 14, 2016 5:05 am

Lol whatever happens to the south your whole desert, will not produce what just afgooye produces!

After two weeks the GU will start and the river will flood again

The land is still green I have watched a video from yesterday where some farmers were asking us to contribute building roads in a frosty area


There is no somalia without lower shabelle but it has huge population and the majority of them depend on farming so when this thing happens it's normal that they will suffer the most just like you suffer the most when draught hits your livestock, the only thing you export!

Bay and bakool receive more annual rainfall than the rest of somalia (about 600m in baydhabo janaay) followed by some northern highlands

But hiiraan, mustaxiiil(ethiopia)and bakool r better bc we receive stronger dayr rains...in dayr 2014, there was non stop heaviy rains in 3 days, day and night....this happens between Oct and November and causes massive floods

http://reliefweb.int/map/somalia/somali ... ember-2012


In lower shabelle, and jubooyinka they receive less dayr rains so the GU is not enough for them to recover quickly when there r droughts

http://www.irinnews.org/news/2013/03/28 ... -rain-year

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Re: Ethiopia Closed Shabelle river water going to Somalia

Postby JSL3000 » Mon Mar 14, 2016 6:18 am

Sahal stop having mental breakdowns the el nino phenomenon has affected the weather pattern of the horn of africa, this has nothing to do with normal seasonal rain patterns and stop using outdated articles to prove a point because in your article it clearly states how some parts of north receives more rainfall than the south. I don't know why hawiyes always try to cover up everything but you have to live a little that's life, if next season rain don't come it could be diasterious hopefully good amount of rain falls insha allah

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Re: Ethiopia Closed Shabelle river water going to Somalia

Postby sahal80 » Mon Mar 14, 2016 11:42 am

Sahal stop having mental breakdowns the el nino phenomenon has affected the weather pattern of the horn of africa, this has nothing to do with normal seasonal rain patterns and stop using outdated articles to prove a point because in your article it clearly states how some parts of north receives more rainfall than the south. I don't know why hawiyes always try to cover up everything but you have to live a little that's life, if next season rain don't come it could be diasterious hopefully good amount of rain falls insha allah
lol ilaahow nin aan wax ogayn ha cadaabin!

Aniga i dont post about somali people whereever they hail from in a negative way except from politics

But bc your insisting this I will show you the figures so take a look at that chart in the link below about SL climate change and compare it to the south!

As for hiiraan it's not natural disaster it's along the highway towns where al shabab imposed blockade but we have sorted out 60 percent by relying on nomadic roads where al shabaab cant dare to.....infact yesterday the tribes have invaded waxbo, their heartland in galgaduud (ceelbuur)

Two months ago they invaded aadan yabaal in middle shabeele. Al shabaab don't dare to enter baadiyatal hawadle without the presence of SNA

I'm good at three things: somali politics, somali culture and geography....look now i won this topic
http://www.somalinet.com/forums/viewtop ... 5#p3941923

As for the link you called an out dated source, baladweyne has scored most of the points(over 200mm)

Here is the last dayr; bardaale is in baay, around the borders with bakool followed by baledweyne and matabaan
http://reliefweb.int/report/somalia/som ... er-20-2015

North hiiraan and bakool r located in westren somalia (international borders), this region has strong dayr rains than the rest of somalia

We all get long rains in GU but the southren coastal area from xamar up to kismayo receives extra xagaa rains

Hargeysa and ceerigaabo r colder in jiilaalka(december) bc of their high altitude, both get 400m rainfall annually for the same reason but they lack natural water for the same reason!

...el ninio only causes for us more rains like in that famous year, 1997 when Saudi banned our livestock bc of a false report sent by then ethiopian agent ali geedi so the ethiopian livestock can get its way to Arabia

Geedi was working for some livestock NGO that was based in Addis ababa

Last year there were no floods and we had less rains than the year before, plus this jiilaal....that's why but we will recover in the coming GU inshallah

http://reliefweb.int/report/somalia/som ... nuary-2016


http://www.irinnews.org/feature/2016/02 ... li-herders



https://news.vice.com/article/in-drough ... ly-serious



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Re: Ethiopia Closed Shabelle river water going to Somalia

Postby Rambie » Mon Mar 14, 2016 12:51 pm

Sahal stop having mental breakdowns the el nino phenomenon has affected the weather pattern of the horn of africa, this has nothing to do with normal seasonal rain patterns and stop using outdated articles to prove a point because in your article it clearly states how some parts of north receives more rainfall than the south. I don't know why hawiyes always try to cover up everything but you have to live a little that's life, if next season rain don't come it could be diasterious hopefully good amount of rain falls insha allah
lol ilaahow nin aan wax ogayn ha cadaabin!

Aniga i dont post about somali people whereever they hail from in a negative way except from politics

But bc your insisting this I will show you the figures so take a look at that chart in the link below about SL climate change and compare it to the south!

As for hiiraan it's not natural disaster it's along the highway towns where al shabab imposed blockade but we have sorted out 60 percent by relying on nomadic roads where al shabaab cant dare to.....infact yesterday the tribes have invaded waxbo, their heartland in galgaduud (ceelbuur)

Two months ago they invaded aadan yabaal in middle shabeele. Al shabaab don't dare to enter baadiyatal hawadle without the presence of SNA

I'm good at three things: somali politics, somali culture and geography....look now i won this topic

As for the link you called an out dated source, baladweyne has scored most of the points(over 200mm)

Here is the last dayr; bardaale is in baay, around the borders with bakool followed by baledweyne and matabaan
http://reliefweb.int/report/somalia/som ... er-20-2015

North hiiraan and bakool r located in westren somalia (international borders), this region has strong dayr rains than the rest of somalia

We all get long rains in GU but the southren coastal area from xamar up to kismayo receives extra xagaa rains

Hargeysa and ceerigaabo r colder in jiilaalka(december) bc of their high altitude, both get 400m rainfall annually for the same reason but they lack natural water for the same reason!

...el ninio only causes for us more rains like in that famous year, 1997 when Saudi banned our livestock bc of a false report sent by then ethiopian agent ali geedi so the ethiopian livestock can get its way to Arabia

Geedi was working for some livestock NGO that was based in Addis ababa

Last year there were no floods and we had less rains than the year before, plus this jiilaal....that's why but we will recover in the coming GU inshallah



http://www.irinnews.org/feature/2016/02 ... li-herders



https://news.vice.com/article/in-drough ... ly-serious



I'm out!

Kulaha, last year we had no floods that caused low rain fall, it the other way around. :lol:

You know this just a one month/year and it happens to be the driest
in SL duo to El Nino which turned positive to south Somalia. Sometimes you
have periods or drought and heavy rains like this. Bringing a single month as the rule of thumb is naive.

This is Oct 2015
http://reliefweb.int/report/somalia/som ... er-20-2015

This is Dec 2014
http://reliefweb.int/map/somalia/somali ... 8-dec-2014

Look up the difference.

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Re: Ethiopia Closed Shabelle river water going to Somalia

Postby theyuusuf143 » Mon Mar 14, 2016 1:31 pm

Awrastaale looks like Ethiopia listened to you advise, not long ago you mention your Ethiopia to put Cunaqabateyn to South Somalia to close shabelle river

Dadka muuqaalka Ku jira xitaa hal qof itoobiya magaceeda masoo hadal qaadin. Manaad soon dhigin information kale oo intaas dheer. Dadka noocaagaas ah ayaa itoobiya ka dhigaya libaax bulbul weyn. Bal imika cidi lacag xitaa kugumay siin beentaad noo qaybisay ee aad Ku buunbuuninayso itoobiya.

Webigu wuxu u biyo yaraaday because abaar baa ka jirta dhulkuu kasoo rogman jiray.

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Re: Ethiopia Closed Shabelle river water going to Somalia

Postby original dervish » Mon Mar 14, 2016 2:39 pm

Are you folk really debating which region receives the most rain.....in an arid country? :snoop:

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Re: Ethiopia Closed Shabelle river water going to Somalia

Postby sahal80 » Mon Mar 14, 2016 3:01 pm

Abu muran aniga iyo adiga ismans af naqaan iga qalee saxiboow

and the gang mentality continues!

I said " last year we had no floods and we have less rains"

I dont know how that means its the flood who causes the rain lol war anagaa wax aragnay!

Our river comes full from south eastern ethiopia in their kiremt season(dayr-julay-august)

Reaches us in october-November

Now in both our regions, there has been early cessation

So when the river reached us, it had less waters and bc of our short dayr it couldn't survive until the end

First it should flood in mustahil, then beledweyne and the jowhar

There were little floods in the ethiopian side

http://www.insidervoice.com/2015/10/27/ ... s-un-ocha/


Btw this happens once in every 3 decades

As for SL, the drought was caused by the scarse rainfall in the past GU and dayr seasons...hope it will recover in this coming GU season

http://www.theguardian.com/global-devel ... -challenge

http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/featur ... 46019.html


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Re: Ethiopia Closed Shabelle river water going to Somalia

Postby MRnutritionist » Mon Mar 14, 2016 8:47 pm

Awrastaale looks like Ethiopia listened to you advise, not long ago you mention your Ethiopia to put Cunaqabateyn to South Somalia to close shabelle river

Dadka muuqaalka Ku jira xitaa hal qof itoobiya magaceeda masoo hadal qaadin. Manaad soon dhigin information kale oo intaas dheer. Dadka noocaagaas ah ayaa itoobiya ka dhigaya libaax bulbul weyn. Bal imika cidi lacag xitaa kugumay siin beentaad noo qaybisay ee aad Ku buunbuuninayso itoobiya.

Webigu wuxu u biyo yaraaday because abaar baa ka jirta dhulkuu kasoo rogman jiray.
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