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Jamaame Farm (Video)

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Re: Jamaame Farm (Video)

Postby Fall » Sat Dec 28, 2013 11:01 am

Harsh would be if I monetized the recording of it on Youtube :lol:

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Re: Jamaame Farm (Video)

Postby original dervish » Sat Dec 28, 2013 11:16 am

Damn!.....the hate is so real. :lol:

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Re: Jamaame Farm (Video)

Postby Tonymontana11 » Sat Dec 28, 2013 11:25 am

ppl who fears xiinow say he's jareer. he's a landheer reer Dashame :stylin:

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Re: Jamaame Farm (Video)

Postby Meyle » Sat Dec 28, 2013 12:28 pm



Btw Meyle, Biyomaal would treat you as their own :lol:

Of course they would treat me as one of their own. Back in the 80's they supported the SNM economically and the money came from these farms. :eat:

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Re: Jamaame Farm (Video)

Postby original dervish » Sat Dec 28, 2013 12:45 pm

They my have difficulty understanding you though....just don't use hunno & you'll be fine. :)

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Re: Jamaame Farm (Video)

Postby Fall » Sat Dec 28, 2013 12:56 pm

ppl who fears xiinow say he's jareer. he's a landheer reer Dashame :stylin:
:? No. He's a Jareer. Go away.

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Re: Jamaame Farm (Video)

Postby Meyle » Sat Dec 28, 2013 1:01 pm

They my have difficulty understanding you though....just don't use hunno & you'll be fine. :)

Huuno is reer Galbeed and I'm not reer Galbeed son :ufdup:

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Re: Jamaame Farm (Video)

Postby Mustafee101 » Sun Dec 29, 2013 12:14 am

Biimaal Jamaame wuxuu ka yahay minority laakiin Marka Cad iyo gobolka Shabeelaha Hoose isagaa ugu badan mida kale Biimaal Jubada hoose iyo Jubaland oo dhan hal degmo kuma lahan laakiin magaalada Jamaame wuu dagan yahay waana lala dagan yahay.
Darood is the majority in Jamaame, waxa kuxiga Biimaal, Jareer, Shiikhaal and other minorities live there as well.

Anyhow :Jubaland: :up:


Dadkan ma xishoodaan. Kulaha Darood is majority. :Heh:


Biyamaal ayaa iska leh Jamaaame iyo 200 ee tuulo ee hoos yimaada ee dhulbeereedka. Historically if you want to use the Italian maps you'll see they're the ones living in and around Jamaame. Not a single Darood subclan mentioned anywhere near. To this day iyagaa deggaa markaa niyow beenta iska daa. Shabeellada Hoose way degaan, Jubbada dhexe iyo Jubbada hoose way deggaan.
Miskiin walahi waxaad tahay Jaahil. No one will take you serious with that hogwash.I don't know where you got your details from. Kkkkk maa gumeysigii Talyaaniga ayaa source ku ah? :lol: Kulaaha Talyaaniga baa yiri "Jamaame Biimaal baa leh" kkkkk typical Iidoor Wagaash suffering from a slave mentality. :lol: Nigga ask anyone from Jubboyinka and this is the correct details of Jamaame. Meesha waa magaalo waana la wada degaa, historically dadka degnaa Jamaame waa Wardeey lakiin maanta Darood baa u badan. Beesha Biimaal wax way ka degaan degmada, lakiin waa laga tiraa badanyahay. Again, Jamaame is Darood majority. Most Biimaals live in Lower Shebelle region.They share with Tuni, Digal iyo Mirifle, Barawani, Garre and some other bunch of small clans. Although, Lower Shebelle is illegally occupied by mukulaal madoow. :!:

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Re: Jamaame Farm (Video)

Postby HusseinHassan » Sun Dec 29, 2013 12:37 am

thanks to our forefathers who conquered that land. darod are blessed. :blessed:

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Re: Jamaame Farm (Video)

Postby guhad122 » Sun Dec 29, 2013 12:56 am

Iidoor sal fududaa wuxuu sugayao muu dhowro;
Even the elder in the video is Ogaadeen. In five democratic elections during the civilian government here are the clans who go the Jamaame seats:

1. Two OGs brothers
2. One well-known Mareexan MP
3. One Majeerteen MP

Biyomaal are minority in Jamaame which is less than 35 miles from Kismaayo. Basically whoever controls and is majority in Kismaayo controls and owns Jamaame.

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Re: Jamaame Farm (Video)

Postby Meyle » Sun Dec 29, 2013 6:39 am

Biimaal Jamaame wuxuu ka yahay minority laakiin Marka Cad iyo gobolka Shabeelaha Hoose isagaa ugu badan mida kale Biimaal Jubada hoose iyo Jubaland oo dhan hal degmo kuma lahan laakiin magaalada Jamaame wuu dagan yahay waana lala dagan yahay.
Darood is the majority in Jamaame, waxa kuxiga Biimaal, Jareer, Shiikhaal and other minorities live there as well.

Anyhow :Jubaland: :up:


Dadkan ma xishoodaan. Kulaha Darood is majority. :Heh:


Biyamaal ayaa iska leh Jamaaame iyo 200 ee tuulo ee hoos yimaada ee dhulbeereedka. Historically if you want to use the Italian maps you'll see they're the ones living in and around Jamaame. Not a single Darood subclan mentioned anywhere near. To this day iyagaa deggaa markaa niyow beenta iska daa. Shabeellada Hoose way degaan, Jubbada dhexe iyo Jubbada hoose way deggaan.
Miskiin walahi waxaad tahay Jaahil. No one will take you serious with that hogwash.I don't know where you got your details from. Kkkkk maa gumeysigii Talyaaniga ayaa source ku ah? :lol: Kulaaha Talyaaniga baa yiri "Jamaame Biimaal baa leh" kkkkk typical Iidoor Wagaash suffering from a slave mentality. :lol: Nigga ask anyone from Jubboyinka and this is the correct details of Jamaame. Meesha waa magaalo waana la wada degaa, historically dadka degnaa Jamaame waa Wardeey lakiin maanta Darood baa u badan. Beesha Biimaal wax way ka degaan degmada, lakiin waa laga tiraa badanyahay. Again, Jamaame is Darood majority. Most Biimaals live in Lower Shebelle region.They share with Tuni, Digal iyo Mirifle, Barawani, Garre and some other bunch of small clans. Although, Lower Shebelle is illegally occupied by mukulaal madoow. :!:

Using the Italian maps to prove that some of you live near Kismaayo in late 1800's but when someone else use the same source to disprove your claims about Jamaame, your resort to personal attacks. Ad Hominem aside Jamaame district belongs to Biyamaal it was never Wardey territory. Wardey occupied Kismaayo, Afmadow, Badhaadhe etc. and they were pushed out during the so called "gaal madow" wars in late 1800's.

Edit: Historically Jamaame district and the tuulos that come under the district
belongs to Biyamaal and to this day they're the ones allied with AS.
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Re: Jamaame Farm (Video)

Postby Meyle » Sun Dec 29, 2013 6:48 am

Iidoor sal fududaa wuxuu sugayao muu dhowro;
Even the elder in the video is Ogaadeen. In five democratic elections during the civilian government here are the clans who go the Jamaame seats:

1. Two OGs brothers
2. One well-known Mareexan MP
3. One Majeerteen MP

Biyomaal are minority in Jamaame which is less than 35 miles from Kismaayo. Basically whoever controls and is majority in Kismaayo controls and owns Jamaame.

There were never 5 democratic elections during the civilian government secondly you had Darood MP's that were chosen from Baydhabo, Marka and Mogadishu but that doesn't mean the city or the districts belong to Darood.

Jamaame belongs to Biyamaal historically and to this day they're the ones that control the town even durning the civil war and their SSNM days, they had the city on lock and they were allied with Caydiid.

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Re: Jamaame Farm (Video)

Postby original dervish » Sun Dec 29, 2013 6:50 am

Whatever the case....it's a long way away from Burco. :lol:

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Re: Jamaame Farm (Video)

Postby Meyle » Sun Dec 29, 2013 6:55 am

It's a long way from Laas Caanod aswell :lol:

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Re: Jamaame Farm (Video)

Postby original dervish » Sun Dec 29, 2013 7:34 am

Ah yes son.....but it;s a mere 25km from Kismayo...where my close kith & kin number in the thousands. 8-)


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