I'm not even gonna bother so I'm just going to show you this.
(Original post by FaraxZeroIncome)
There's no such thing as the "original" territory. Use common sense for Christ sake.
And no, others did not live there but started moving eastwards due to pastoral needs. You don't even seem to know your own history.
I don't believe I can continue in a rational conversation with you beyond this message if you believe idoor is the majority of Sanaag. I really, I just, I just can't ..
Any group who disturbs the peace with violence is a terrorist, I don't need the US to tell me which one is or not.
SSC is not a terrorist group otherwise their leadership wouldn't have been able to hold a conference just 1 km from my house. Put that in your pipe and smoke it.
Pathetic, calling others terrorists because you don't agree with their views.
http://www.garoweonline.com/english/index.php?option=com_content&vie w=article&id=459untland-leader-criticizes-tfg-support-of-armed-clan-militia&catid=55:somalia&Itemid= 79
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3WyGY-EruM bit biased
the so called pro-Somaliland (have you even read the page?) and other websites just proved my point, the only people talking about a separation of the Awdal state is the well-off Diaspora Somalis that haven't even asked the opinion of the people who matter the most in this stupid conflict, the ones actually living there!
Here's another one that I should bring to your attention:
(Original post by harowo.com)
Additionally, Awdal State’s chance of leaving Somaliland is next to nil because it is not the well-off Diasporas who control the destiny of the province, but it is the locals in Awdal, their elders, and their politicians who decide everything. And as you know they spoke against Awdal State loud and clear.
They also warned the SSC militant to stay away from Awdal region’s affairs. As one wise man, a clan chief, from Awdal put it, “Buul gubanayaa, kama naxo buul fayaw…or a torched hut doesn’t care about another hut that is safe from the blaze”. In other words: you (SSC supporters) burned your house [Sool]; don’t destroy ours [Awdal]. Also, addressing the Awdal Diasporas that declared Awdal State, the chief said, “Boqol doolar oo xawaalad la soo dhigo la’arag, laakiin dawlad dhan oo xawaalad la soo dhigo lama arag…or we have seen a hundred dollar (remittance) that you sent through a money transfer agency, but we have never seen an entire government sent through a money transfer agency!” No one could have possibly worded it better than the chief did.
(Original post by harowo.com)
Something else that you are forgetting is: Awdal State was announced in early ‘90s but didn’t go anywhere, for the same reasons that it won’t go anywhere today. Awdal people have commendably achieved a lot and won’t be tricked by the SSC militia who burned their land, or some Awdal individuals interested in participating Somalia’s interminable conferences but realized they were missing the bargaining chip. That is, the main perquisite for participating in the conferences demand to create their region, just as the Somalia’s warring factions do, repeatedly.
Awdal people established Somaliland in 1996 under a tree, after three months of deliberations in Borame, the capital of Awdal. So destroying the same country they nourished and established is illogical and unthinkable. However, curing its ills and guiding it to the right path is the only programmatic approach to address their grievances; after all, they created Somaliland.
Pot kettle black my friend
Don't quote your own propaganda units you imbecile.
It's a shame that so many Anti-Somaliland people are more concerned in finding anything against Somaliland instead of using that energy to improve the other regions such as southern Somalia
It's pathetic, that's what it is. Kulaha "War memorial"
. I am not anti "Somaliland", I am anti occupation
By what you've shown you clearly are one which is why I'll stop having any meaningful conversation and end it here. I will instead ask you to watch the events unfold in Somaliland and see that any talk of separation from any of those regions is nonsense.
Last edited by The Cornerstone; 08-05-2011 at 02:04.
Haha. Yeah, something like the one's their wearing in the video below:
I didn't want to embed the video cause of the lyrics! ahaha
It is! It's quite nice. It's like Anjero..we sometimes have it for breakfast.
(Original post by Don'tNod)
Isn't malawax - whatever it's called
- just a really thin pancake thingy, it's kinda sweet, amirite? Perfect with tea? IIRC my hoyo's made it a few times during Ramadan.
Last edited by Mombasa Raha; 13-05-2011 at 22:32.
I can go on for 15 generations, but I won't expose myself
(Original post by Hdizzle)
Interesting. My ayeyo was home yesterday and taught me my abtris (forefathers names :P)
anyone else know theirs?
That's what, 300-350 years worth of history
Last edited by In2deep; 16-05-2011 at 22:14.