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I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby xiimaaya » Mon Aug 15, 2016 3:22 pm

He works very hard day and night! He sacrifices so much time away from his love ones to accomplish his goals. He trains with the best in Africa and here in the NorthWest of America. Mo has been running since 2000, that's 16 years of dedication.

Then u have people online claiming his accomplishment like it was just handed to him because of his tribe or birth city :lol:
Lol Advo wallahi it baffles me.

Maybe some of these people need to watch "The race of his life" to actually see and appreciate how much blood, sweat and tears that goes into his training

Ina aliyah shouldn't you cheer for ajnabi men? Why is this any different he's somali man.orbis it because of his success and fame?

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby Inaayah » Mon Aug 15, 2016 3:25 pm

^ :up:

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby JSL3000 » Mon Aug 15, 2016 3:32 pm

Indr mo farah is true inspiration i hope more kids from somaliland make it big like that one day every child needs opportunity in life.

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby jamal9 » Mon Aug 15, 2016 7:24 pm

why did he chop off his first name? Mo, wtf is that? What's wrong with Mohamed Farah? Mohamed is a beautiful name, yet he is hiding it. Why? Why?
Look at Mohamed Ali. He was proud of his first name till his death. I aint supporting this Mo till he restores his name to Mohamed Farah. O yeah, he is doing sujjud after each win. Hmmm, that's just show off imo. Fake!!

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby Khalid Ali » Mon Aug 15, 2016 9:18 pm

He works very hard day and night! He sacrifices so much time away from his love ones to accomplish his goals. He trains with the best in Africa and here in the NorthWest of America. Mo has been running since 2000, that's 16 years of dedication.

Then u have people online claiming his accomplishment like it was just handed to him because of his tribe or birth city :lol:

Mo farah is super awal he comes from a super clan family thats why he is super fast and super good. Dont hate appreciate :mrgreen: :sland:

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby Advo » Mon Aug 15, 2016 9:37 pm

He works very hard day and night! He sacrifices so much time away from his love ones to accomplish his goals. He trains with the best in Africa and here in the NorthWest of America. Mo has been running since 2000, that's 16 years of dedication.

Then u have people online claiming his accomplishment like it was just handed to him because of his tribe or birth city :lol:

Mo farah is super awal he comes from a super clan family thats why he is super fast and super good. Dont hate appreciate :mrgreen: :sland:
Lol I have no problem with that, non wrong with his tol appreciating their son winning out there. But I have seen some funny posts on Facebook, people arguing and taking credit for his hard work.

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby DANGIRL » Tue Aug 16, 2016 12:47 am

Any somali who beats the Kenyans and Ethiopians are welcome to have tea in my place. :lol:

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby CigaalSHiiDaaDCFC » Tue Aug 16, 2016 1:16 am

i watched that documentary, very inspiring, mo isnt only a great athlete he is also a very nice guy. he is what somalis call miskiin lol. he breaks the stereotype "nice guys finish last" :lol:

ps, dont fall sleep on weds, isnt the same when you watching it live and when you already knew how it will end :down:
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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby TheGrumpyGeeljire » Tue Aug 16, 2016 1:18 am

They call him Mo. Why not Mohammed? It seems as if the media wants to strip his Muslim identity away from him. Mo sounds like Moe, the bar owner in The Simpsons.

He's a legend but it is imperative that he fixes the name issue.

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby Advo » Tue Aug 16, 2016 1:49 am

They call him Mo. Why not Mohammed? It seems as if the media wants to strip his Muslim identity away from him. Mo sounds like Moe, the bar owner in The Simpsons.

He's a legend but it is imperative that he fixes the name issue.

He does sujuud everytime he wins, I doubt his ashamed of his religion.

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby CigaalSHiiDaaDCFC » Tue Aug 16, 2016 2:01 am

^ he isn't, I think he chose the name he was young to make it easy for cadaans to say it. I also found out that his wife is a Muslim :up: I hope that she covers herself too insha Allah.

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby afisoone » Tue Aug 16, 2016 2:14 am

Mo Farah work hard as the history show his elders work hard the british to stay in the land.

He is copycat.....


It is joke............. :lol:

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby xiimaaya » Tue Aug 16, 2016 3:48 am

some tell he's still skinny somali isku xishood kissing his wife publicly. Idoorka waa iskabgaalo raac.


All thanks to dhullos and saydka we would have gotten Christians in our country.

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby Inaayah » Tue Aug 16, 2016 4:07 am

some tell he's still skinny somali isku xishood kissing his wife publicly. Idoorka waa iskabgaalo raac.


All thanks to dhullos and saydka we would have gotten Christians in our country.
Why don't you ask Mo if he's hiring? :lol:

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Re: I didn't think it was possible to love Mo Farah

Postby kanadiid90 » Tue Aug 16, 2016 4:07 am

some tell he's still skinny somali isku xishood kissing his wife publicly. Idoorka waa iskabgaalo raac.


All thanks to dhullos and saydka we would have gotten Christians in our country.
siyad siigeyste was a homo whos obsessed with ceebs :)


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