Lamgoodle wrote:Having said that being Banadir is probably a feeling rather than place of birth or could mean you live there; hence, you could be right.
Lamgoodle wrote:Xasan Aden Samatar is actually from Bay
fighter wrote:Lamgoodle wrote:Having said that being Banadir is probably a feeling rather than place of birth or could mean you live there; hence, you could be right.
No feeling. But "legitimate" ownership, "legitimate" birthplace and/or the legitimate upbringing. However, this doesn't extend to foreign aliens or people not having a "legitimate" connection. For instance: a Mexican diplomat's kids born and living in Prague cannot claim to be from the Czech Republic. They are from Mexico. Right? They are not entitled to a Czech passport. They probably are not even able to own a home there due to being foreigners. They have no legitimate ownership of Prague. Their birth in Czech Republic was not really "legitimate" if you know what I mean because they can't be classified as being Czech. However, since they are diplomats, they enjoy the privilige of being in Prague.Lamgoodle wrote:Xasan Aden Samatar is actually from Bay
I am aware of Xasan's overstayed visit to Bay. But Xamar is his home
Voltage wrote:Fighter you seem like you are begging for attention when you know no Somali even other Hawiye consider most of the people you posted "Banaadir" people. When did Guriceel and Hobyo become euphamism for Banadir unless you are trying to say a person from Caabudwaaq is "reer Bosaaso".
Anyways who is this lady? I have been looking for her name and info about her for ages. She has impressed me tremendously starting from her her days in ARS-Djibouti
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