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Has anyone heard the mucjiso that happened in Kansas City?

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Has anyone heard the mucjiso that happened in Kansas City?

Postby FarhanYare » Mon May 03, 2021 1:01 am

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Re: Has anyone heard the mucjiso that happened in Kansas City?

Postby gobdoon » Mon May 03, 2021 1:47 am

I understand Somali people some how don't want to discuss the facts and the reality however painful it's and burying the head in the sand, it seems there is a lot of trauma with this particular family and should have gone through a lot of so called counseling and psychological help

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Re: Has anyone heard the mucjiso that happened in Kansas City?

Postby FarhanYare » Mon May 03, 2021 7:26 am

Aun all just so tragic how all this comes back to the step dad. He needs to seek help iyo quran saar. Who da hell murders their wife and rapes their step daughter who happen to be his neice also? Clearly something went wrong. He went from normal individual to pure evil.

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Re: Has anyone heard the mucjiso that happened in Kansas City?

Postby SunFromNorth » Mon May 03, 2021 7:49 am

Aun all just so tragic how all this comes back to the step dad. He needs to seek help iyo quran saar. Who da hell murders their wife and rapes their step daughter who happen to be his neice also? Clearly something went wrong. He went from normal individual to pure evil.
The guy was USC

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Re: Has anyone heard the mucjiso that happened in Kansas City?

Postby gobdoon » Mon May 03, 2021 8:04 am

Did he fled back to Somalia, beast and evil, so the young girl he Fara Xumeyey was his niece as well, how many big mistakes he committed and didn't stop, he raped the young girl and quarreled the mother and then murdered her
When something like that happens family should be open, talk and keep an aye on each other

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Re: Has anyone heard the mucjiso that happened in Kansas City?

Postby LeJusticier » Mon May 03, 2021 8:23 am

Another sad story that break my heart. Yaa rabbi.

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Re: Has anyone heard the mucjiso that happened in Kansas City?

Postby barbarossa » Mon May 03, 2021 9:03 am

Sheekoyinkan waa wax gaalada kaliya ku dhaca. Such vile acts of familial tacadi will never happen in devout muslim community like ours.

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Re: Has anyone heard the mucjiso that happened in Kansas City?

Postby gobdoon » Mon May 03, 2021 10:03 am

No such thing as perfect society, we all human and capable of anything, even two brothers wouldn't turn up the same

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Re: Has anyone heard the mucjiso that happened in Kansas City?

Postby Shantabaq » Mon May 03, 2021 10:37 am

I thought it was the guy who killed his two brothers which is all over facebook. This is something else. Link to the story??

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Re: Has anyone heard the mucjiso that happened in Kansas City?

Postby paperino » Mon May 03, 2021 3:40 pm

I've watched mama Malyun's video about the matter; a tragedy of epic proportion. It's claimed the stepdad died in Somalia, but I suspect he's hiding in order not to be tracked & prosecuted. What kind of a man would rape & impregnate his stepdaughter, murder his wife and psychologically damage his stepson? AUN the mother & 3 sons, and may He heal the stepdaughter.

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Re: Has anyone heard the mucjiso that happened in Kansas City?

Postby FarhanYare » Mon May 03, 2021 10:59 pm

Paperino,

I think clearly he wasn't normal in the head. Who does that? This by far the most shocking stories I heard. Community should've intervened and get this 25 Yr old son aun an intervention before he became a sick killer too as it is like a curse. The curse shouldve been broken. Now I worry for the remaining child in that family. That girl has no mom, dad, or siblings. Just tragic.

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Re: Has anyone heard the mucjiso that happened in Kansas City?

Postby original dervish » Tue May 04, 2021 2:01 am

Brutal rapes and murder of women and girls is a regular occurrence all over Somalia.

Now liquor and drugs have proliferated in every town and village things are out of control.

Somalia is becoming like one big Brazilian flavela.

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Re: Has anyone heard the mucjiso that happened in Kansas City?

Postby gobdoon » Tue May 04, 2021 6:31 am

Could it be it's not something new and these have been happening for years , only difference being Social media now you hear a lot of unnecessary and local news like
Habar ba Dhuustay

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Re: Has anyone heard the mucjiso that happened in Kansas City?

Postby paperino » Tue May 04, 2021 7:51 am

Paperino,

I think clearly he wasn't normal in the head. Who does that? This by far the most shocking stories I heard. Community should've intervened and get this 25 Yr old son aun an intervention before he became a sick killer too as it is like a curse. The curse shouldve been broken. Now I worry for the remaining child in that family. That girl has no mom, dad, or siblings. Just tragic.
The wife complained to the 'community' about what he did, and word about her complaint reached him through them. After he murdered her, the 'community' intervened by paying the bond of the arrested murderer and helped in smuggling him out of the US. I dunno if he wasn't normal in the head, but I blame the culture of qabiils sheltering, saving or even regarding their criminal sons as heroes.

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Re: Has anyone heard the mucjiso that happened in Kansas City?

Postby gobdoon » Tue May 04, 2021 11:57 am

They should put him in jail or hanged him it could have solved the problem


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