“NIN & GEED” Waa Jiifto Cusub Oo Uu Curiyey Abwaan Mawlid Adem Qol-qol

Jiiftadani waxa ay u socotaa habka laba dhaca oo ay isu raacraacsantahay waxay ay soo baxday 21-2-10 waana jiifto gaban waxa uu yidhi xiliyadan gudaayiyo waayahan gabaabsiyay gabanada is bidayiyo waayeelkan gamashiyay garawshan la diidiyo gartan laysku wada furay goobalayda leelada…………….[.leelo goobalay] gododkeedi laga raray gurdankiyo gabaaraha…………gabaara gurdays] geel-jiraha loo diray gocashada xusuusaha hadba geesi soo faqay gudbiyaha u jeedada goldoloolo sii baday gasariirka ciil […]

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A Convincing Case for Somaliland Recognition by Ibrahim Hassan Gagale

The opponents of Somaliland Republic sometimes raise insincere arguments about the legitimacy of its national borders and its quest for international diplomatic recognition calling its borders “Colonial Borders” to deny Somaliland sovereignty and diplomatic recognition. This hostile group is either ignorant of the historical origin of current borders of African States or purposefully engaged in misleading. The United Nations, African Union, and African States did […]

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“Calanyahow Ha Dhicin” Hees Wadani ah 2009

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Is Somaliland’s Democracy Fragile? by Ahmed M.I. Egal

Introduction Since the resolution at the end of September of the crisis related to the much delayed Presidential elections in Somaliland, there have appeared various analyses, by Somalis and non-Somalis alike, of the causes and effects of this crisis and the likely impact it will have on Somaliland’s future. These include descriptive summaries of events with personal opinions tacked on as conclusions, e.g. Markus Hoehne’s […]

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Election and Leadership in Somaliland by Ibrahim Ahmed

Somalilanders are a people that seen a great cruelty a and hardship during their country union with Somalia. In 1991 it was when Somaliland has asserted itself as a nation heading for new start, that in a sense they build their own country without any international help, and they held a series of elections that have been declared ‘relatively free and fair’ by the international […]

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