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The Area of Somaliland towns and other towns in the horn

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Re: The Area of Somaliland towns and other towns in the horn

Postby TheblueNwhite » Wed Jul 15, 2015 3:50 am

Just to illustrate how truly laangaab the Somali people are :lol:

Greater London 1572 km2

Bristol 110 km2
Lol ain't that the truth. We truly are laangaab.

I have been to Bristol and I literally toured the entire city on my bike for 2 hours.

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Re: The Area of Somaliland towns and other towns in the horn

Postby abdikarim86 » Wed Jul 15, 2015 7:31 am

Just to illustrate how truly laangaab the Somali people are :lol:

Greater London 1572 km2

Bristol 110 km2
Lol ain't that the truth. We truly are laangaab.

I have been to Bristol and I literally toured the entire city on my bike for 2 hours.
:lol:

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Re: The Area of Somaliland towns and other towns in the horn

Postby RoobleAlWaliid » Wed Jul 15, 2015 8:29 am

Let me see if I can try this with a different program.

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Re: The Area of Somaliland towns and other towns in the horn

Postby Bence » Wed Jul 15, 2015 8:32 am

Wallahi, shephared and the Darood crew are acting like little kids.
So what if I talked about Borama or Laascanood?
Unlike all that crap you've been vomiting through the years, I was comparing them
to 2005 estimations since 2014 & 2015 census are clearly void.

So, if you and your illegitimate son Bence want to turn this into qabiil topic or make more silly
and childish excuses like "we have laba,sadex dabaq" kindly take off and make a thread about it. :arrow:
Simply because Borama and LA are other people's towns. It's not that hard mate.

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Re: The Area of Somaliland towns and other towns in the horn

Postby Bence » Wed Jul 15, 2015 8:35 am

When the brutal truth of their langaabness becomes clear to them on some occasions, they jump on the Irir card to bost their numbers.
Even though you're a half Hungarian garac who knows shitall about Somali affairs, you can't be calling people laangaab when your state capital is smaller than xafaada Dumbuluq :lol:
Question, if indeed you are large, then how come your desperately trying to run away and have your own country?

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Re: The Area of Somaliland towns and other towns in the horn

Postby Rambie » Wed Jul 15, 2015 8:44 am

Don't quote me kiddo.

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Re: The Area of Somaliland towns and other towns in the horn

Postby abdikarim86 » Wed Jul 15, 2015 8:59 am

Waryaa Rambie ...ha leexinin topickan

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Re: The Area of Somaliland towns and other towns in the horn

Postby Methylamine » Wed Jul 15, 2015 4:02 pm

When the brutal truth of their langaabness becomes clear to them on some occasions, they jump on the Irir card to bost their numbers.
Even though you're a half Hungarian garac who knows shitall about Somali affairs, you can't be calling people laangaab when your state capital is smaller than xafaada Dumbuluq :lol:
Question, if indeed you are large, then how come your desperately trying to run away and have your own country?
Somaliland was its own country that joined with Somalia to form the Somali Republic. Like a bad marriage, the relationship soured and the union has been dissolved. Maybe you should ask this question to your fellow kinfolk on here who desire that Puntland formally separates from Somalia.

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Re: The Area of Somaliland towns and other towns in the horn

Postby 26June1960 » Thu Jul 16, 2015 2:40 am

Somaliland was its own country
:dead: Give me whatever you're smoking, cause it must be really good if it got you that high.

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Re: The Area of Somaliland towns and other towns in the horn

Postby Siciid85 » Thu Jul 16, 2015 5:26 am

Muqdishu is bigger than I had imagined. Hargeisa has some catching up to do

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Re: The Area of Somaliland towns and other towns in the horn

Postby Bence » Sat Jul 18, 2015 6:28 am


Somaliland was its own country that joined with Somalia to form the Somali Republic. Like a bad marriage, the relationship soured and the union has been dissolved. Maybe you should ask this question to your fellow kinfolk on here who desire that Puntland formally separates from Somalia.
The idea of Puntland leaving Somalia is a minority view amongst MJs. You know that. It's purely emotional sentiments when some MJs call for succession.

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Re: The Area of Somaliland towns and other towns in the horn

Postby mahoka » Sat Jul 18, 2015 6:33 am

Somaliland was its own country
:dead: Give me whatever you're smoking, cause it must be really good if it got you that high.

Runaway slave, Somaliland was first somali country to be recognized on the 26 June 1960, then 27 was djibouti and zoomalia was recognised on 1 of July

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Re: The Area of Somaliland towns and other towns in the horn

Postby thegoodshepherd » Sat Jul 18, 2015 1:43 pm

Just from looking at land-satellite gifs of the rate of growth, I can say that the fastest growing urban center in Somalia is Bosaso.
According to that info, Bosaso did not even exist in 1984. Somali cities that grew the fastest in the past 30 years have been Garissa and Bosaso.

You can use earth engine the same way as google maps, you can search cities and it will show you a gif of how fast they grew.
https://goo.gl/prHtR3

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Re: The Area of Somaliland towns and other towns in the horn

Postby RoobleAlWaliid » Sat Jul 18, 2015 1:52 pm

Just from looking at land-satellite gifs of the rate of growth, I can say that the fastest growing urban center in Somalia is Bosaso.
According to that info, Bosaso did not even exist in 1984. Somali cities that grew the fastest in the past 30 years have been Garissa and Bosaso.

You can use earth engine the same way as google maps, you can search cities and it will show you a gif of how fast they grew.
https://goo.gl/prHtR3

Bosaso has for more than a century existed(in the past as Bender Kasim).

Over the passed decades it has grown, but Hargeisa takes the cake.

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Re: The Area of Somaliland towns and other towns in the horn

Postby theyuusuf143 » Sat Jul 18, 2015 2:08 pm

Just from looking at land-satellite gifs of the rate of growth, I can say that the fastest growing urban center in Somalia is Bosaso.
According to that info, Bosaso did not even exist in 1984. Somali cities that grew the fastest in the past 30 years have been Garissa and Bosaso.

You can use earth engine the same way as google maps, you can search cities and it will show you a gif of how fast they grew.
https://goo.gl/prHtR3

Bosaso has for more than a century existed(in the past as Bender Kasim).

Over the passed decades it has grown, but Hargeisa takes the cake.
You are right Bosaso existed as bender qasim. but its also true that the modern day Bosaso expanded the last 20 years. Before 1990 bosado was very small fishing town. Today its among the top 5 business generating Somali commercial capitals.


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