Does he make you cry sister? Is that why you follow him around the forum?The following stable vocabulary should be expected from Jedi (aka bend over), who will not disappoint you by not including in each/most of his comments:
midgaan, qurjiile, boon, doofaar, Xiraabu Goita Theodorous, etc and recently 'loomaooyaans.'
Still the largest somali television network. The question is what businesses do the doofar have? Amal is a small time remittence that only has branches in the town of bosaso, not even the village of caabudwaaq.HCTV what benefit or contribution does it make except some Iidoor propoganda
Simple point they will have no answer for.Still the largest somali television network. The question is what businesses do the doofar have? Amal is a small time remittence that only has branches in the town of bosaso, not even the village of caabudwaaq.
It would explain why poor doofar wanted communism and Marxism so much, you are the least productive group
The Global Initiative analysed nearly six years of transaction records from the city of Bossasso, matching them with mobile phone records provided by security sources and database searches.
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-soma ... SKBN2681A3They include two transfers totalling nearly $40,000 to numbers linked to Sayf Abdulrab Salem al-Hayashi after the U.S. Treasury sanctioned him in 2017 for allegedly providing weapons and financial support to al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula and Islamic State in Yemen, the report said.
Al Hayashi could not be reached for comment.
Somalia-based Amal Express and Iftin Express handled the transactions, which used different combinations of his name and nickname, the report said.
ur given an excuse to justify their ban hopefully. wut is their pretext to ban uThis is your good friend Ben Dover
I asked the moist boon marehan midgan boys a very simple question: What businesses do your loomaooyaan clan own?
They calaacaled for 3 pages straight and then ran to their mods to get my account banned.
Still not a single response.
Lets reformulate the question.
Below is a graphic showing the 8 most influential Somali transnational businesses:
Isaaq are most certainly well represented, so is Hawiye.. are there any boon owned businesses on the list? Even subsidiaries?
(Watch the midgaans perform the funniest of acrobatics )
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