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What you up to today?

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Re: What you up to today?

Postby Hennystreak » Sun Mar 17, 2019 5:21 am



It's true ninyo, most early Somalis came in Australia as students and as skilled asylum seekers. Not all came because of Kacaan regime though.

Many of them were students in India who decided to migrate Australia once the war broke out. These group is usually reer Waqooyi including Samaroon.

The earliest Somali in Australia is probably this HY man who came here in the 1890s by accident.

He was to be sent to Wales but for some reason they brought him to Perth Australia to shear wool from the sheep.

His grand daughter:

Dhuloxking, never heard of him.

You would be lying if we said that the vast majority of Somalis in Australia aren't MJ sxb. They are closely followed by Sheikhals for some oddnrewosn.

Especially Melbourne although a recent refugee influx from Eritrea may have tampered with the demographics.

Most isaaqs here are Habar Yoonis though although I rarely meet isaaqs here. What areas in Melbourne do y'all constitute a majority?
I think you're right that MJ is most as solo followed by either Sheikhal or Rahanweyn as whole then maybe HY.

HY is definitely most when it comes to Isaaq followed by Saad Muse or HA.

Most HY here are also Isxaaq. Even in Perth, Isxaaq is most. In Sydney decent numbers. Earliest Isxaaq were students in India.

We convoy in the south eastern areas mainly but spread out to the Western suburbs and inners as well. Majority of them are in the south east though.

HJ is very rare. Few families, very few.

After HY and HA, third place is Ciidagale who came in different waves including students from Iraq (marku dagalki Iraq qarxay Australia took them).
Habar Jeclo have recently started popping up in some places all of a sudden but their aren't many. I know some Habar Yoonis families from even back in New Zealand. Good folks.

I have been to Perth most Somalis are Dhulbahante migrants fr New Zealand.


Sxb, I don't know if this is the case in Melbourne but have you guys experienced an influx of Somali refugees from mainly discriminated clans from Eritrea in Melbourne? They have overrun whole cities(crimes, daycare fraud) here and I hate to say it but the Somali reputation is taking a hit as a result.

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Re: What you up to today?

Postby AwRastaale » Sun Mar 17, 2019 5:22 am

Travelling, since I’m an air hostess.
Which airline abaayo?

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Re: What you up to today?

Postby AwRastaale » Sun Mar 17, 2019 5:24 am



Dhuloxking, never heard of him.

You would be lying if we said that the vast majority of Somalis in Australia aren't MJ sxb. They are closely followed by Sheikhals for some oddnrewosn.

Especially Melbourne although a recent refugee influx from Eritrea may have tampered with the demographics.

Most isaaqs here are Habar Yoonis though although I rarely meet isaaqs here. What areas in Melbourne do y'all constitute a majority?
I think you're right that MJ is most as solo followed by either Sheikhal or Rahanweyn as whole then maybe HY.

HY is definitely most when it comes to Isaaq followed by Saad Muse or HA.

Most HY here are also Isxaaq. Even in Perth, Isxaaq is most. In Sydney decent numbers. Earliest Isxaaq were students in India.

We convoy in the south eastern areas mainly but spread out to the Western suburbs and inners as well. Majority of them are in the south east though.

HJ is very rare. Few families, very few.

After HY and HA, third place is Ciidagale who came in different waves including students from Iraq (marku dagalki Iraq qarxay Australia took them).
Habar Jeclo have recently started popping up in some places all of a sudden but their aren't many. I know some Habar Yoonis families from even back in New Zealand. Good folks.

I have been to Perth most Somalis are Dhulbahante migrants fr New Zealand.


Sxb, I don't know if this is the case in Melbourne but have you guys experienced an influx of Somali refugees from mainly discriminated clans from Eritrea in Melbourne? They have overrun whole cities(crimes, daycare fraud) here and I hate to say it but the Somali reputation is taking a hit as a result.
:D

Maya Wales. Eritreans are only the old school ones, few sponsored dudes came from Sudan.

Melbourne is over ran by South Sudanese but Somalis are still largest.

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Re: What you up to today?

Postby CaliBurco » Sun Mar 17, 2019 5:31 am

I was there on Holiday during the summer of 1994. I just have some vague memories and loads of pictures. I have 3 friends there who visit here every couple of years, they were here during the Christmas period. I have plans of visiting them hopefully at the end of this year or early next year, depending on when my hair grows back after my Hajj pilgrimage this summer.

Always loved the thought of seeing the australian outback, wilflife and perhaps visit Tasmania...mainly because of the cartoon.

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Re: What you up to today?

Postby CaliBurco » Sun Mar 17, 2019 5:31 am

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Re: What you up to today?

Postby Hennystreak » Sun Mar 17, 2019 5:33 am



I think you're right that MJ is most as solo followed by either Sheikhal or Rahanweyn as whole then maybe HY.

HY is definitely most when it comes to Isaaq followed by Saad Muse or HA.

Most HY here are also Isxaaq. Even in Perth, Isxaaq is most. In Sydney decent numbers. Earliest Isxaaq were students in India.

We convoy in the south eastern areas mainly but spread out to the Western suburbs and inners as well. Majority of them are in the south east though.

HJ is very rare. Few families, very few.

After HY and HA, third place is Ciidagale who came in different waves including students from Iraq (marku dagalki Iraq qarxay Australia took them).
Habar Jeclo have recently started popping up in some places all of a sudden but their aren't many. I know some Habar Yoonis families from even back in New Zealand. Good folks.

I have been to Perth most Somalis are Dhulbahante migrants fr New Zealand.


Sxb, I don't know if this is the case in Melbourne but have you guys experienced an influx of Somali refugees from mainly discriminated clans from Eritrea in Melbourne? They have overrun whole cities(crimes, daycare fraud) here and I hate to say it but the Somali reputation is taking a hit as a result.
:D

Maya Wales. Eritreans are only the old school ones, few sponsored dudes came from Sudan.

Melbourne is over ran by South Sudanese but Somalis are still largest.
By Eritrean, I don't mean tigrays but Somali refugees based in Eritrea called reer unkulu or something.


Lol, Melbourne is the capital of Somali larceners in the west. From daycare frauds to credit card scams, Somalis continue to make a living off of tuugnimo. I know daycare owners who bought houses here in well to do suburbs.

I know of others who have offshored their finances to avoid government audits and are now living large in places like turkey.

We are inherently opposed to daacadnimo for some reason, it's not something unique to our politicians.

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Re: What you up to today?

Postby Hennystreak » Sun Mar 17, 2019 5:37 am

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:lol: Taking a break from the mundane British routine and experiencing the western version of the miiyi is always something to look forward to. What cities are you visiting? I can host if you are coming to Brisbane

I remember looking at the 2016 census and reading that their were a 100 or so Somalis living in Tasmania. That's when I fully grasped that we have truly conquered the world.

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Re: What you up to today?

Postby CaliBurco » Sun Mar 17, 2019 5:45 am

Thanks for the offer but i have no interest in watching you on a broomstick galloping around pretending to be darawiish

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Re: What you up to today?

Postby NubianQueen » Sun Mar 17, 2019 6:29 am

Travelling, since I’m an air hostess.
Which airline abaayo?
Hi, it’s a mainline airline.

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Re: What you up to today?

Postby AwRastaale » Sun Mar 17, 2019 8:41 am

Henny

Hahaha Maya never heard of Somalis from Eritrea.

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Re: What you up to today?

Postby NubianQueen » Wed Mar 20, 2019 2:10 am

I am fighting with the trueeable guys They are wasting my time. No maintenance useless no custermer service in the afternoon i am chilling hilib geel.
That is interesting day. I work as a flight attendant, so I can relate with your work field.


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