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One of the largest and #1 most beautiful Masjids in Somalia/Somaliland

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Re: One of the largest and #1 most beautiful Masjids in Somalia/Somaliland

Postby inaXasan » Sun Mar 27, 2016 2:15 pm

And I disagree!! big beautiful mosques have a very important role in Islam.

This was opened in 1616 exactly 400 years ago.

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I'm sure there was poverty in Constantanople or whatever it was called back then but that didn't stop the Sultan from building this!!

Also, try to imagine how many kuffar gazed upon it and converted or atleast became interested in Islam? Islamic architecture is very beautiful and inspires people and We should celebrate Islamic architecture to the fullest.

I agree though... you can't build that without having basic things like water,education,food and shelter infact, many things come before that. A gigantic beautiful mosque/monument is on the top of the hierachy of needs pyramid.

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Re: One of the largest and #1 most beautiful Masjids in Somalia/Somaliland

Postby Beer-Dilaacshe » Sun Mar 27, 2016 10:25 pm

wow Mashallah. beautiful mosque. who is the architect?
Faarax Mataan Burcaawi architect.

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Re: One of the largest and #1 most beautiful Masjids in Somalia/Somaliland

Postby 1nemansquad » Mon Mar 28, 2016 7:20 am

i am againist huge expensive mosques. bal dadka tooksanaya mey iska siyan. mel laku tokado la waayi mahayo.
as i was looking at the building, i couldn't help but notice the little kids begging in front of it. feed the poor before building large beautiful masjids.

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Re: One of the largest and #1 most beautiful Masjids in Somalia/Somaliland

Postby Sumubaridi » Mon Mar 28, 2016 7:57 am

And who is a saalaxa? Qabil name? I heard of Carab Salaax but didn't know they live in Burco.

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Re: One of the largest and #1 most beautiful Masjids in Somalia/Somaliland

Postby Beer-Dilaacshe » Mon Mar 28, 2016 10:11 am

i am againist huge expensive mosques. bal dadka tooksanaya mey iska siyan. mel laku tokado la waayi mahayo.
as i was looking at the building, i couldn't help but notice the little kids begging in front of it. feed the poor before building large beautiful masjids.

Shut the hell up, there are beggars in everywhere even here In the West you will see them in every Masjid, but I think these ones are from Koonfur qaxootiga Koonfurta ee Burco ku nool.

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Re: One of the largest and #1 most beautiful Masjids in Somalia/Somaliland

Postby Hyperactive » Mon Mar 28, 2016 10:16 am

those from koonfur don't deserve to be fed instead though?

you are right even here in Doha, will be worse in Ramadan, there are beggars in the malls but still not right thing to not feed them where majority are rich. two wrong don't make it right.

the good ba layka bartaa not the bad.

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Re: One of the largest and #1 most beautiful Masjids in Somalia/Somaliland

Postby LiquidHYDROGEN » Mon Mar 28, 2016 1:08 pm

1.3 million on a mosque? And there is a huge drought. As if there are a shortage of mosques in Somaliland/Somalia.

#Braindead Africans

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Re: One of the largest and #1 most beautiful Masjids in Somalia/Somaliland

Postby Thuganomics » Mon Mar 28, 2016 2:03 pm

1.3 million on a mosque? And there is a huge drought. As if there are a shortage of mosques in Somaliland/Somalia.

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When they planned it however many years ago
I don't think they knew there was gonna be a drought when it finished

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Re: One of the largest and #1 most beautiful Masjids in Somalia/Somaliland

Postby 1nemansquad » Tue Mar 29, 2016 6:25 pm

i am againist huge expensive mosques. bal dadka tooksanaya mey iska siyan. mel laku tokado la waayi mahayo.
as i was looking at the building, i couldn't help but notice the little kids begging in front of it. feed the poor before building large beautiful masjids.

Shut the hell up, there are beggars in everywhere even here In the West you will see them in every Masjid, but I think these ones are from Koonfur qaxootiga Koonfurta ee Burco ku nool.
instead of looking people with contempt, you should look at them with compassion instead of seeing people from Koonfur as your enemies, you see them as your potential friends and brothers.

that is why the Qur'an says ‘asa Allahu an yaj’ala baynakum wabayna allatheena ‘adaytum minhum mawaddatan waAllahu qadeerun waAllahu ghafoorun raheemun'

perhaps Allah swt will put between those you now feel animosity or enmity towards put between you and them love and Allah is all powerful and Allah is forgiving and merciful.

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Re: One of the largest and #1 most beautiful Masjids in Somalia/Somaliland

Postby whitehartlane » Tue Mar 29, 2016 6:42 pm

very nice indeed mashallah...we definitely need city defining mosques...

still think mogadishu's mosque is the largest and has a wow factor like no other in somalia..

bosaso has a large mosque quit grand in pictures but is just a brick building in the middle of 100s of other brick buildings..could do with a large front and back park..

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Re: One of the largest and #1 most beautiful Masjids in Somalia/Somaliland

Postby Beer-Dilaacshe » Thu Mar 31, 2016 7:47 am

instead of looking people with contempt, you should look at them with compassion instead of seeing people from Koonfur as your enemies, you see them as your potential friends and brothers.

that is why the Qur'an says ‘asa Allahu an yaj’ala baynakum wabayna allatheena ‘adaytum minhum mawaddatan waAllahu qadeerun waAllahu ghafoorun raheemun'

perhaps Allah swt will put between those you now feel animosity or enmity towards put between you and them love and Allah is all powerful and Allah is forgiving and merciful.
Thanks brother, I appreciated your advice :up: my sincere apology in shaa allaah I will make them my best friends and I will help them.

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Re: One of the largest and #1 most beautiful Masjids in Somalia/Somaliland

Postby Brakenclaw » Thu Mar 31, 2016 12:05 pm

i am againist huge expensive mosques. bal dadka tooksanaya mey iska siyan. mel laku tokado la waayi mahayo.
as i was looking at the building, i couldn't help but notice the little kids begging in front of it. feed the poor before building large beautiful masjids.
How do you know they are begging? It looks like its just some some kids waiting for their dad or mom to come out...

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Re: One of the largest and #1 most beautiful Masjids in Somalia/Somaliland

Postby GalliumerianSlayer » Fri Oct 14, 2016 3:02 pm

Beautiful mosque indeed, well done Reer Burco. :up:

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Re: One of the largest and #1 most beautiful Masjids in Somalia/Somaliland

Postby Raganimo » Fri Oct 14, 2016 3:06 pm

Reer burco are good, religious people.

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Re: One of the largest and #1 most beautiful Masjids in Somalia/Somaliland

Postby Futurist » Fri Oct 14, 2016 3:09 pm

Are those Somali women and children begging in the steps of the Masjid????? That is sad.
They are most likely Oromos.


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