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Remember Darawiish the legends of Somalian peninsula

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Remember Darawiish the legends of Somalian peninsula

Postby grandpakhalif » Wed Jun 13, 2018 2:35 am



This is straight from a old British newspaper.

Wallahi raggan caathi may ahayn, 2000 idoor british lackeys captured and 30 white British gaals sent to their grave :pac:

Now these same lackeys want to impose a long defunct failed British initiative. War even Britiah could not enforce this border as it clearly says between Buhoodle and Burco :lol:

War taariikdha so barta nin dhoof ku yimid bay geeridu dhibaysaa!

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Re: Remember Darawiish the legends of Somalian peninsula

Postby mahoka » Wed Jun 13, 2018 9:58 am



This is straight from a old British newspaper.

Wallahi raggan caathi may ahayn, 2000 idoor british lackeys captured and 30 white British gaals sent to their grave :pac:

Now these same lackeys want to impose a long defunct failed British initiative. War even Britiah could not enforce this border as it clearly says between Buhoodle and Burco :lol:

War taariikdha so barta nin dhoof ku yimid bay geeridu dhibaysaa!

? How do we know those and doofar who were pimping our their sisters to those same British troops or will you tell us those were idoor too lol.

Those were doofar and those same doofar today worship gaal madows Kenyans and xabashis and pimp their daughters out them and bringing their troops into Somalis


Here are darod girls as usual welcoming foreign troops and comforting them late at night so they can kill other Somalis


https://www.somalispot.com/attachments/7107/

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Re: Remember Darawiish the legends of Somalian peninsula

Postby grandpakhalif » Wed Jun 13, 2018 10:44 am

War miyuu xishoon acudubillahi dumarka ka leexo.

Despicable

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Re: Remember Darawiish the legends of Somalian peninsula

Postby xiimaaya » Thu Jun 14, 2018 12:44 pm



This is straight from a old British newspaper.

Wallahi raggan caathi may ahayn, 2000 idoor british lackeys captured and 30 white British gaals sent to their grave :pac:

Now these same lackeys want to impose a long defunct failed British initiative. War even Britiah could not enforce this border as it clearly says between Buhoodle and Burco :lol:

War taariikdha so barta nin dhoof ku yimid bay geeridu dhibaysaa!
:dj: :dj: :dj: idoor have no history

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Re: Remember Darawiish the legends of Somalian peninsula

Postby ZubeirAwal » Thu Jun 14, 2018 12:45 pm

They were probably the jamac siyaad who were killed and raped by him

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Re: Remember Darawiish the legends of Somalian peninsula

Postby Khalid Ali » Thu Jun 14, 2018 1:04 pm

Fardhidin batles the buhodle battles. After The saalixiya shir chaired by sultan nur in burco Isaaq hy sultan. By that time from 1899 to 1906. The vast majority of the qurjille maxamuud garaad were on the side of the brits.. they were his followers because sayid siigeyste also murderd the qurjile garaad. And wrote letters to the Brits in berbera. Qurjile were victims of dervishes. Isaaq saved qurjile from total anihilation. Sayid siigeyste used to muder and plunder qurjiles into submission..

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Re: Remember Darawiish the legends of Somalian peninsula

Postby grandpakhalif » Thu Jun 14, 2018 1:20 pm

iidoor iyo kufriga wacad allaw yaale
nasab hadaad tihiin gaaladaad nici lahaydeene

AUN wallahi he was a truth teller.

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Re: Remember Darawiish the legends of Somalian peninsula

Postby Khalid Ali » Thu Jun 14, 2018 2:43 pm

Grandpa Sayid siigeyste said about darood worse things that you guys slaughter pigs for the infidels. Sayid siigeyste was a small cat who used drink alcohol and had more than 4 wives at the same time. He raped darood clans so hard specially qurjile wasakhgali and cismaan maxamud mj. But the moment we saw him in berbera we told him ama pray in the back of the mosque. Ama misaajidka nooga bax. Oo u tag daroodkina. We don't follow this saalixiya. We qaadiriya abdulgadir gilani sheikhuna. Not some fake sheikh who used to be worshipped by Sayid siigeyste.

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Re: Remember Darawiish the legends of Somalian peninsula

Postby Advo » Thu Jun 14, 2018 4:01 pm

Mujahid Siyaadka was making headlines in the 1800’s :wow:

God bless the Darawish :up:


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