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Re: Were SNM religious group?

Postby MujahidAishah » Fri Jun 03, 2016 3:46 pm

Any where on earth where Muslims are involved in war the cultural chanting of Allah Akbar and the Quran is just routine , but the leaders of the SNM with the exception of the son of sheikh Madar were all secular , in fact Axmed Jimcaale was a well educated atheist, also Buubaa of the central committee was atheist and smoked his weed in the 70's with his white girlfriend. And never believed in the religious mumbu jumbo.
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Awoowo how do you know about bubba and his white girlfriend since you was a "baby" in the 70s :comeon:

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Re: Were SNM religious group?

Postby X.Playa » Fri Jun 03, 2016 4:04 pm

I know a lot of elder reer Guuleed.

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Re: Were SNM religious group?

Postby MujahidAishah » Fri Jun 03, 2016 4:12 pm

I know a lot of elder reer Guuleed.
Xplaya = ismacil Buuba

I see you awoowo

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Re: Were SNM religious group?

Postby X.Playa » Fri Jun 03, 2016 4:20 pm

that's too young of an image rather you are more like this.

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Re: Were SNM religious group?

Postby Khalid Ali » Fri Jun 03, 2016 4:24 pm

ismaciil buuba was actuallly a great diplomat and well learnerd to bad he wasted his time on walanweyns for .nearly 2 decades. mr hadi abe idmile. his arabic is top notch . he would have been a great ciidagale and a leader of them better than faisal cali waraabe. ka waran his intellectuality energy hadu sl galin laha.


horta reer guleedki maxa ku dhacay 50 to 100 years ago iyaguu uun ba danbaabi jiray. oday reer gobdoon ah ba odhan jiray reer guleedka will carab la ba kama dhasho reer guleedki hore carabkay ka gubi jiree ka hantac tacleyaam and today we call ina dhabeye suldaanka guuud eeh somaliland and he looks like inu bridge hoostis ka so toosay.

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Re: Were SNM religious group?

Postby AwRastaale » Fri Jun 03, 2016 4:59 pm

SNM was not religious movement but they were men of faith fighting for none religious cause.

They believed in devine victory and saw that the regime was none faith-driven hence scientific socialism and much of the army was criminals who did not know the Godly rights of mankind. Those unalienable rights that were worthy of dying for.

They encouraged more prayers and to credit every victory to the Almighty Allah.

They fought with a flag with shahada.
They launched raids only after prayers.

Faith gave them the greater cause and kept them not only united but disciplined.

They kept their mature and senior fighters faithful so they may remain humble, humane and loyal to the define cause of people, your country and the future.

SNM swore to the people and land and its slogan was along the lines of; Dhaqdhaqaaqa dadka, dhulka...ku dhaarnay.

Every Isaaq knew that song. It would be nice if someone can find it.

That's why they all adopted the Mujahiid title. All fighters were mujahiid.

Even Sahra Halgan is Mujahiida.

SNM popularized Dadka. Dhulka. Dhaqdhaqaaq. Halgan. Mujahiid.

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Re: Were SNM religious group?

Postby MujahidAishah » Fri Jun 03, 2016 5:20 pm

Aw Rasta here you go since awoowo thinks I'm Alice

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Re: Were SNM religious group?

Postby HooBariiska » Fri Jun 03, 2016 10:18 pm

great topic got hijacked the usual suspect

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Re: Were SNM religious group?

Postby Nubis » Sun Jun 05, 2016 5:37 pm

It was not at all :? :? :? .
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Re: Were SNM religious group?

Postby YummyMummy » Sun Jun 05, 2016 5:46 pm

SNM waa dadkii wadanka xoreeyey. May all accept all their martyrs into heaven. Aameen. :heart: :sland:
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Re: Were SNM religious group?

Postby ramzy2277 » Sun Jun 05, 2016 6:21 pm

To Nubian Queen
Praise be to Allaah.

The ruler who does not rule according to the Book of Allaah and the Sunnah of His Messenger should be obeyed in matters that do not involve disobedience towards Allaah and His Messenger, and it is not obligatory to fight him because of that; rather it is not permissible to do so unless he reaches the level of kufr, in which case it becomes obligatory to oppose him and he has no right to be obeyed by the Muslims.

Ruling according to anything other than that which is in the Book of Allaah and the Sunnah of His Messenger reaches the level of kufr when two conditions are met:

1. When he knows the ruling of Allaah and His Messenger; if he is unaware of it, then he does not commit kufr by going against it.

2. When what makes him rule by something other than that which Allaah has revealed is the belief that it is a ruling that is not suitable for our time and that something else is more suitable than it and more beneficial for people.

If these two conditions are met, then ruling by something other than that which Allaah has revealed constitutes kufr which puts a person beyond the pale of Islam, because Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): “And whosoever does not judge by what Allaah has revealed, such are the Kaafiroon (i.e. disbelievers)” [al-Maa’idah 5:44]. The authority of the ruler becomes invalid and he has no right to be obeyed by the people; it becomes obligatory to fight him and remove him from power.

But if he rules by something other than that which Allaah has revealed whilst believing that ruling by that – i.e. that which Allaah has revealed -- is what is obligatory, and that it is more suitable for the people, but he goes against it because of some whims and desires on his part or because he wants to wrong the people under his rule, then he is not a kaafir; rather he is a faasiq (evildoer) or a zaalim (wrongdoer). His authority remains, and obeying him in matters that do not involve disobedience to Allaah and His Messenger is obligatory, and it is not permissible to fight him or remove him from power by force or to rebel against him, because the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allaah be upon him) forbade rebelling against rulers unless we see blatant kufr for which we have proof from Allaah. End quote.
Majmoo’ Fataawa Ibn ‘Uthaymeen (2/118)
Siad barre brought socialism to Somalia and made it the constitution of the country and stopped applying sharica laws,moreover he was involved in unstoppable mass murder crimes against unarmed civilians without any taking them to courts.

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Re: Were SNM religious group?

Postby Siciid85 » Sun Jun 05, 2016 8:27 pm

SNM was not religious movement but they were men of faith fighting for none religious cause.

They believed in devine victory and saw that the regime was none faith-driven hence scientific socialism and much of the army was criminals who did not know the Godly rights of mankind. Those unalienable rights that were worthy of dying for.

They encouraged more prayers and to credit every victory to the Almighty Allah.

They fought with a flag with shahada.
They launched raids only after prayers.

Faith gave them the greater cause and kept them not only united but disciplined.

They kept their mature and senior fighters faithful so they may remain humble, humane and loyal to the define cause of people, your country and the future.

SNM swore to the people and land and its slogan was along the lines of; Dhaqdhaqaaqa dadka, dhulka...ku dhaarnay.

Every Isaaq knew that song. It would be nice if someone can find it.

That's why they all adopted the Mujahiid title. All fighters were mujahiid.

Even Sahra Halgan is Mujahiida.

SNM popularized Dadka. Dhulka. Dhaqdhaqaaq. Halgan. Mujahiid.
I see. Interesting

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Re: Were SNM religious group?

Postby barbarossa » Sun Jun 05, 2016 10:06 pm

SNM was not, nor will it be the last clan militia to misuse 'allahu akbar'! In this context, the term has no religion significance whatsoever, and is often used in lieu of another famous Skinny battle cry, tolayeey.


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