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MX migration pattern in history.

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MX migration pattern in history.

Postby ReturnOfMariixmaan » Sun Dec 23, 2018 4:18 am

Horta looking at the history. Mareexaan migrated from Harar all the way to Goobweyn and beyond. How the fuck did we do this and where was our historical lands? Harar?


I need a detailed history of our migration. I'm quite fascinated by it

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Re: MX migration pattern in history.

Postby grandpakhalif » Sun Dec 23, 2018 5:36 am

I think Nugaal was our historical land then we migrated southwards and westwards with some MRX going to Ximan and otheres going towards Wardheer. The final seperations happened in the mid 1800s with Marehan conquering Gedo and Jubbooyinka.

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Re: MX migration pattern in history.

Postby Django » Sun Dec 23, 2018 7:20 am

The only conquest of Jubbaland for Marexan was upper Jubba which was the worst settlements in Juboyinka you were like voltures while Ogaden hunted and ate the flesh you folks were left with bones to chew.Marexan settlementa in JL was confinded to luq and Garbaharey.No other significant hold.Maxamed siyad bare used his government to further expand marexan into Ogaden lands like fafaxdun ,markable and Bardhere he took the best fertile lands of Middle Jubba and incoporated it into Upper Jubba creating Gedo.In the 70s.Then he led the Ogaden into 1977 war and tried another stunt of further expanding into Middle Jubba and Lower Jubba before the Ogaden revolt that saw the end of MSB regime.

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Re: MX migration pattern in history.

Postby ReturnOfMariixmaan » Mon Dec 24, 2018 10:57 pm

The only conquest of Jubbaland for Marexan was upper Jubba which was the worst settlements in Juboyinka you were like voltures while Ogaden hunted and ate the flesh you folks were left with bones to chew.Marexan settlementa in JL was confinded to luq and Garbaharey.No other significant hold.Maxamed siyad bare used his government to further expand marexan into Ogaden lands like fafaxdun ,markable and Bardhere he took the best fertile lands of Middle Jubba and incoporated it into Upper Jubba creating Gedo.In the 70s.Then he led the Ogaden into 1977 war and tried another stunt of further expanding into Middle Jubba and Lower Jubba before the Ogaden revolt that saw the end of MSB regime.
Come grab Luuq if you geesi. Nacala ku yaal iyo jugjug kaa tahay was.

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Re: MX migration pattern in history.

Postby Django » Tue Dec 25, 2018 12:11 am

The only conquest of Jubbaland for Marexan was upper Jubba which was the worst settlements in Juboyinka you were like voltures while Ogaden hunted and ate the flesh you folks were left with bones to chew.Marexan settlementa in JL was confinded to luq and Garbaharey.No other significant hold.Maxamed siyad bare used his government to further expand marexan into Ogaden lands like fafaxdun ,markable and Bardhere he took the best fertile lands of Middle Jubba and incoporated it into Upper Jubba creating Gedo.In the 70s.Then he led the Ogaden into 1977 war and tried another stunt of further expanding into Middle Jubba and Lower Jubba before the Ogaden revolt that saw the end of MSB regime.
Come grab Luuq if you geesi. Nacala ku yaal iyo jugjug kaa tahay was.
Luuq is a shit hole.Mooriyaan baa tihin oo waligood dawladnimo ku gabanaye.

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Re: MX migration pattern in history.

Postby Mustafee101 » Tue Dec 25, 2018 12:17 am

From Nugaal Valley (including Sool). We actually migrated to westward and Ximan first. And then in the mid 19th century the reer Guuri (the first settlers) move to Jubaland. The reer Guri had a lot camels, that is why they moved away from the abaaro ba’an oo ka jirtay Ximan (old Mudug + current gobolka Doollo). Our Christoper Columbus was Suldaan Khalid Fiqi Xasan from the Talxe clan. The First Sade to sit foot in southern Somalia. And by the end of world war 1 Galti (new settlers) arrived in Jubaland. More heavy Galti settlers came after world war 2. My grandfather was Galti settler, he was born in Lababaar Shilaabo area same as Siad Barre (AUN) and my grandmother was born in Fadhigaraadle (between Mudug and Doollo).

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Re: MX migration pattern in history.

Postby Django » Tue Dec 25, 2018 3:22 am

From Nugaal Valley (including Sool). We actually migrated to westward and Ximan first. And then in the mid 19th century the reer Guuri (the first settlers) move to Jubaland. The reer Guri had a lot camels, that is why they moved away from the abaaro ba’an oo ka jirtay Ximan (old Mudug + current gobolka Doollo). Our Christoper Columbus was Suldaan Khalid Fiqi Xasan from the Talxe clan. The First Sade to sit foot in southern Somalia. And by the end of world war 1 Galti (new settlers) arrived in Jubaland. More heavy Galti settlers came after world war 2. My grandfather was Galti settler, he was born in Lababaar Shilaabo area same as Siad Barre (AUN) and my grandmother was born in Fadhigaraadle (between Mudug and Doollo).
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Re: MX migration pattern in history.

Postby PrinceNugaalHawd » Fri Jan 11, 2019 3:42 pm

From Nugaal Valley (including Sool). We actually migrated to westward and Ximan first. And then in the mid 19th century the reer Guuri (the first settlers) move to Jubaland. The reer Guri had a lot camels, that is why they moved away from the abaaro ba’an oo ka jirtay Ximan (old Mudug + current gobolka Doollo). Our Christoper Columbus was Suldaan Khalid Fiqi Xasan from the Talxe clan. The First Sade to sit foot in southern Somalia. And by the end of world war 1 Galti (new settlers) arrived in Jubaland. More heavy Galti settlers came after world war 2. My grandfather was Galti settler, he was born in Lababaar Shilaabo area same as Siad Barre (AUN) and my grandmother was born in Fadhigaraadle (between Mudug and Doollo).

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Re: MX migration pattern in history.

Postby dalalos101 » Sun Jan 20, 2019 11:37 am

As a Mareexaan never say you aren't native, from Goobweyne to Harar its all our land, our domain expanded and shrunk at various points in history, mainly due to climatic changes, and conflicts both internal and external.

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Re: MX migration pattern in history.

Postby ReturnOfMariixmaan » Fri Jan 25, 2019 5:29 am

As a Mareexaan never say you aren't native, from Goobweyne to Harar its all our land, our domain expanded and shrunk at various points in history, mainly due to climatic changes, and conflicts both internal and external.
Harar is the fourth holiest city in Islam and we ruled it. We chopped the head off a xabashi king and paraded it around the city. We enslaved Tigrays and Amharos for nearly two decades. Beesha Sade waa kings of magaca somaliyeed

:whew: :wow:

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Re: MX migration pattern in history.

Postby NubianQueen » Fri Jan 25, 2019 8:16 pm

Great :up: :heart:

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Re: MX migration pattern in history.

Postby Typhoon » Thu Feb 14, 2019 11:16 am

As a Mareexaan never say you aren't native, from Goobweyne to Harar its all our land, our domain expanded and shrunk at various points in history, mainly due to climatic changes, and conflicts both internal and external.
Harar is the fourth holiest city in Islam and we ruled it. We chopped the head off a xabashi king and paraded it around the city. We enslaved Tigrays and Amharos for nearly two decades. Beesha Sade waa kings of magaca somaliyeed

:whew: :wow:
your read habashi wikipedia bro give hadith or quran verse that states that


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