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Why doesnt Dir take over Mudug?

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Why doesnt Dir take over Mudug?

Postby AbdiJohnson » Thu Sep 26, 2013 11:06 pm

They are the strongest clan there. They always karbash all of reer Mudug clans.


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Re: Why doesnt Dir take over Mudug?

Postby SultanOrder » Thu Sep 26, 2013 11:14 pm

Ya tahay adiga?

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Re: Why doesnt Dir take over Mudug?

Postby Casanova25 » Thu Sep 26, 2013 11:18 pm

You are jokin right?

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Re: Why doesnt Dir take over Mudug?

Postby AbdiJohnson » Thu Sep 26, 2013 11:30 pm

Facaayo

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Re: Why doesnt Dir take over Mudug?

Postby Casanova25 » Thu Sep 26, 2013 11:34 pm

Facaayo

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there is 2 maamul and i think Sacad control their area. but am not sure where there lands are? can you explain where they live in mudug?

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Re: Why doesnt Dir take over Mudug?

Postby AbdiJohnson » Thu Sep 26, 2013 11:43 pm

Dir live all over Mudug bro. They are not confined to areas in the region. They live with Duduble, Salabaan, Ayr, Marehan, Omar Mohamuud, etc. They especially live in HG lands. For instance they live in Bacadweyne with the Salabaans and Hobyo with the Sacads

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Re: Why doesnt Dir take over Mudug?

Postby Casanova25 » Fri Sep 27, 2013 12:02 am

Dir live all over Mudug bro. They are not confined to areas in the region. They live with Duduble, Salabaan, Ayr, Marehan, Omar Mohamuud, etc. They especially live in HG lands. For instance they live in Bacadweyne with the Salabaans and Hobyo with the Sacads

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you are minority you will be annexed into their future maamul in Galmudug or Ximan iyo Xeeb nothing to fear :up:

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Re: Why doesnt Dir take over Mudug?

Postby barbarossa » Fri Sep 27, 2013 12:03 am

Ya tahay adiga?
Perfectorder, never mind the kid. He is obviously new to the Game of Qabiils, and his apparent excitement, is akin to that of the proverbial kid in a candy store. Since he discovered his new favorite game, hardly a day goes by, in which, out of nowhere, it seems, he is not initiating, another silly, irrelevant, qabiil thread. Somaalidu waxay dhahdaa, gadaalkagaar aa aduunka ugu daran.

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Re: Why doesnt Dir take over Mudug?

Postby AbdiJohnson » Fri Sep 27, 2013 12:24 am

I've been in the qabiil game for 10 years Barbie

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Re: Why doesnt Dir take over Mudug?

Postby SultanOrder » Fri Sep 27, 2013 12:35 am

Ok, ya ka tahay Hawiye?

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Re: Why doesnt Dir take over Mudug?

Postby AbdiJohnson » Fri Sep 27, 2013 12:44 am

I am not Hawiye. I am Reer Farah Ahmed of Facaaye

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Re: Why doesnt Dir take over Mudug?

Postby barbarossa » Fri Sep 27, 2013 1:24 am

I've been in the qabiil game for 10 years Barbie

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If that is the case, and you are ruug cadde qabiilist as you claim to be, then, why is it, that out of 600-plus threads you have contributed in here, only the last dozen or so, are, exclusively, dedicated to matters relating to qabiil? Either, a significant, recent incident, in your life, has rekindled your dormant love affair with qabiil, or my earlier assertion that you are new to the qabiil games holds true; which one is it, 'Mr.Johnson'?

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Re: Why doesnt Dir take over Mudug?

Postby AbdiJohnson » Fri Sep 27, 2013 1:36 am

Dont act smart because you are not. This is a shared account which answers your question

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Re: Why doesnt Dir take over Mudug?

Postby barbarossa » Fri Sep 27, 2013 2:01 am

Dont act smart because you are not. This is a shared account which answers your question

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Re: Why doesnt Dir take over Mudug?

Postby hurdaayetoos » Fri Sep 27, 2013 2:46 am

Dir don't live hobyo they only live bacaadwayne with saleebaan and xaraale with ceyr they also live with MJ.
hobyo the saleebaan subclan who live hobyo the obokor Aar Waaq subclan of saleebaans no one can live with them they dont even allow other saleebaan subclans to come to thier tretory which start from xarardheere and pass hobyo 100 km they and no one else lives with them not even other saleebaan subclans they only share the city of hobyo with sacad you get out the city North south west east you in their tretory they like the abgaals of Mogadishu. and to get to hobyo each side south north west you have to go thru their tretory to get to hobyo they hard core and don't allow no one even other saleebaan subclans. That is why there is no port in central Somalia bcouse from xarardheere to pass hobyo 150 km up north its thier tretory and theyrefuced to build port.

Dir are tiny just like us xaskul hawiye in mudug. They come to spread Islam in mudug and we came from xaskul town in shabelllada dhexe and live with saleebaan and sacad peacefully and never claim mudug is our land.


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