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Biyomaal: Somaliland's Falasha

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Biyomaal: Somaliland's Falasha

Postby Hawdian » Fri Jun 13, 2014 10:08 pm

In the case of Biyomaal's safety and long-term existence, should Somaliland pass a law similar to Israel's Law Of Return? Should Somaliland be prepared now and in the future to launch "Operation SSNM"?

The Biyomaal are the only peaceful Walawein along with the nation of Maay (Rahawein, who are originally Oromo) :up:

Should Somaliland equally, help Rahawein to reconnect with their Oromo relatives including the Gabra, Borana and the Afran Qallo?

Discuss gentlemen...does Somaliland need Operation SSNM and Operation Restore Maay Nation?

The Biyomaal should always have a base in Somaliland that allows them to contact the rest of the Somali Peninsula, the region and the wider international community. This also means allowing them to set up military camps, communication installments and strengthening them both in the north and south.

Likewise, all vegetable and fruit imports into Somaliland from the south should be controlled and it should only come from their region and the Maay Nation.

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Re: Biyomaal: Somaliland's Falasha

Postby dough » Fri Jun 13, 2014 10:18 pm

If we can afford it I would agree, remember Israel spent millions in order to airlift the Falasha out of their native homeland.

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Re: Biyomaal: Somaliland's Falasha

Postby Caesar » Fri Jun 13, 2014 10:22 pm

Biyomaal did not originate from Somaliland but the
Awdal Empire I know of their towns, settlements, and holdings they had before they migrated down south, im sure no one on snet knows that apart from me, if any biyomaal on snet hit me up cousin.

they built their wonderful towns inshallah we help them secure it, though it shall never happen.... somaliland will never assist a proud Dir, anywhere, We must help our people our selves not be in waiting of puppet nations and puppet nation states

Calling proud Muslims Jews is an insult.

Remember the Biyomaal helped Isaaqs flee up north after the civil war, out of Dirnimo
they have called their favour and waited for assistance ever since, it has never happened, now they know they are dependent on themselves, everyone has learned that now, dog eat dog

but I agree any assistance we can provide would be cool

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Re: Biyomaal: Somaliland's Falasha

Postby Caesar » Fri Jun 13, 2014 10:24 pm

Biyomaals best chance is to link up with Surre and make a stand off
Inshallah

but everything is in Gods hands

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Re: Biyomaal: Somaliland's Falasha

Postby Hawdian » Fri Jun 13, 2014 10:53 pm

Dough,


We don't need to airlift them. We just need to help them create a viable state of their own in the south by uniting them with neutral clans, who are gaining momentum such as the Rahawein, their own Suurre brothers and minorities in the south including Jareerweyne. We have to shack things up in the south and also peach our plan to Ethiopia. Arming these groups via Baidoa is vital and marketing the Maay people as a distinctive group to the rest is key.

Rahawein will have their own state and their Maay language will have more venue, resources and rights while the Biyomaal see the re-emergence of their ancient port as a key port no longer under Mogadishu's shadow.


Here is the plan:

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President: Rahawein
Vice-President: Dir

In Somaliland we only deliver groups and individuals who will implement the plan(s), not an entire nation.

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Re: Biyomaal: Somaliland's Falasha

Postby thegoodshepherd » Fri Jun 13, 2014 11:52 pm

Langaab qashin idoor you wish :P :smugruss:

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Re: Biyomaal: Somaliland's Falasha

Postby StormShadow » Sat Jun 14, 2014 1:30 am

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Kulaha connect May with Oromo when we crossed the Gaalo madoow Garissa Bridge centuries ago. It's a good plan but mirqaanka naga yareey bro. :lol:

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Re: Biyomaal: Somaliland's Falasha

Postby malibantu » Sat Jun 14, 2014 1:42 am

Biyomaal of today are mixture of Somali Bantu, arab, and what use to be biyomaal which are less then 10%.
Yariisow's Family are Malibantu 99%..

And if you dont know now you know N.IGGAS

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Re: Biyomaal: Somaliland's Falasha

Postby StormShadow » Sat Jun 14, 2014 1:55 am

Malibantu do you welcome the repatriation to the homeland breh?
The decision by the Tanzanian government to welcome the Bantu descendants to reapply for their citizenship is commendable. Tanzania’s Ministry of Home Affairs has granted citizenship to 3,000 people who were originally Tanzanians but were captured by Arab slave traders centuries ago and sold to Somalia. They returned following the outbreak of the civil war in Somalia. The Bantu-Somalis are ethnically from the Wazigua tribe from northeast Tanzania. Centuries after their ancestors left Tanzania, they retraced the route they took as slaves.

http://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/news/Ta ... index.html

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Re: Biyomaal: Somaliland's Falasha

Postby malibantu » Sat Jun 14, 2014 2:01 am

My sister is married to Malibantu who claims Biimaal. According to him they are not from Somaliland but are brother to qaldaan isaaqs. They originaly from towns Ethiopia Somali Region to spread islam.

And if you dont know now you know N.IGGAS


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