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Ethnic groups in Djibouti

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Re: Ethnic groups in Djibouti

Postby MrPrestige » Sun May 24, 2009 7:03 pm

abdikarim86 wrote:djibouti city is home to 80% of the countries population
its in a traditionally cisse land

so is ali sabieh and arta

most of the country is native canfar land laakin its empty




there is more canfar in ethiopia and eritrea then djbouti maybe they migirate and takeover djbouti city

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Re: Ethnic groups in Djibouti

Postby abdikarim86 » Sun May 24, 2009 7:06 pm

naah somalis are too dominant
most speak somali as well as canfari

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Re: Ethnic groups in Djibouti

Postby MrPrestige » Mon May 25, 2009 11:43 am

abdikarim86 wrote:naah somalis are too dominant
most speak somali as well as canfari




horta the whole djbouti population doesnt even reach hafl a million the country must be kinda empty

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Re: Ethnic groups in Djibouti

Postby King-of-Awdal » Mon May 25, 2009 5:00 pm

Ducaysane209 wrote:
abdikarim86 wrote:naah somalis are too dominant
most speak somali as well as canfari




horta the whole djbouti population doesnt even reach hafl a million the country must be kinda empty


Djibouti city is half a million people and thats what is counted because there is no way in hell you can count the Canfar. They are a Nomadic society and since they live on two sides of the border except Somalia, they move around freely, so there is no point counting them. :lol: Add to the fact that almost all the younger generation of Canfar in the city have become Somali and most likely you would assume they are Somali because they will speak better Somali than me. :lol:

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Re: Ethnic groups in Djibouti

Postby MrPrestige » Mon May 25, 2009 5:45 pm

King-of-Awdal wrote:
Ducaysane209 wrote:
abdikarim86 wrote:naah somalis are too dominant
most speak somali as well as canfari




horta the whole djbouti population doesnt even reach hafl a million the country must be kinda empty


Djibouti city is half a million people and thats what is counted because there is no way in hell you can count the Canfar. They are a Nomadic society and since they live on two sides of the border except Somalia, they move around freely, so there is no point counting them. :lol: Add to the fact that almost all the younger generation of Canfar in the city have become Somali and most likely you would assume they are Somali because they will speak better Somali than me. :lol:





do they intermarry heavily with cisse;s ?

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Re: Ethnic groups in Djibouti

Postby Xamari_76 » Tue May 26, 2009 12:28 pm

My cousin told me that reer djibouti put scars on thier faces...and is the warabe myth true. :|

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Re: Ethnic groups in Djibouti

Postby abdikarim86 » Tue May 26, 2009 12:30 pm

ciise's are known as ciise waraabe
cus back in the day they would slaughter
entire clans

i think you made up the scars though :lol:

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Re: Ethnic groups in Djibouti

Postby Xamari_76 » Tue May 26, 2009 12:32 pm

:lol: :lol: no im not lieing my cousin told me..if you ever see a somali lady with scars on her face shes from djibouti..

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Re: Ethnic groups in Djibouti

Postby abdikarim86 » Tue May 26, 2009 12:33 pm

^ is your cousin from djibouti

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Re: Ethnic groups in Djibouti

Postby Xamari_76 » Tue May 26, 2009 12:36 pm

No shes from Burco..

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Re: Ethnic groups in Djibouti

Postby abdikarim86 » Tue May 26, 2009 12:37 pm

then i think she is lying

reer burco seem to hate reer djibouti for no reason :lol:

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Re: Ethnic groups in Djibouti

Postby Xamari_76 » Tue May 26, 2009 12:38 pm

all her neighbors are reer djibouti..she said thier maskin people but some she cant stand :lol:

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Re: Ethnic groups in Djibouti

Postby abdikarim86 » Tue May 26, 2009 12:42 pm

^ :lol: :lol:

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Re: Ethnic groups in Djibouti

Postby MALMAHA » Sat Jun 27, 2009 2:05 am

Xamari_76 wrote:My cousin told me that reer djibouti put scars on thier faces...and is the warabe myth true. :|




this is true they have trible marks on there faces.

2nd they sharpen there teeth. in aff somali they are called

iilkoo qoroone

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Re: Ethnic groups in Djibouti

Postby MALMAHA » Sat Jun 27, 2009 2:08 am

abdikarim86 wrote:then i think she is lying

reer burco seem to hate reer djibouti for no reason :lol:




you the one who is laying reer burco or reer s/land dont hate djibouti

just, well its we just feel disgusted when we see one of you people saying

''waxan ka idhi'' ''wuxu ka yidhi'' and some othere weake crab talk.


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