Taariikhdii SNM Iyo Mucjisooyinkii Guusha

April 29,2010                                                              Jumaada Al-Awal 15,1431H

Taariikhdii SNM Iyo Mucjisooyinkii Guusha

Diyaariye Mujaahid Yuusuf X. Maxamed (Qurbaawi)

Alle ha u naxariisto dhamaan mujaahidiintii ka shihiiday ururka SNM

Qoramadeena taxana ahayd ee taariikhda Ururkii Xaq u dirirka SNM inagoo wali qaybo ka mid ah ku jirnay, halwgalkii Bir-jeex ee 1983-kii Mujaahidiintii SNM ka fuliyeen halwgalkii ay kula baxeen Mujaahid C/llaahi Askar Barkhad.

Aniga oo ah musharaxii muddada (3) saddexda sanadood ah u diyaarka ahaa jagada madaxweynaha JSL horena idiinku soo gudbiyey waxqabadkiisii oo kooban, maantana waxaan halkan idiinku soo gudbinayaa arrimo kala duwan oo koob-kooban:-

1. waxaan nimanka da’doodu tahay 60-80 sano ee af ingiriisiga yiqiin 1960-kii ka codasanayaa inay tanaasul sameeyaan sababta oo ah:-

b) idinka oo ah nimankii 1960-kii June ummada god madow ku riday kana dhigay gun guni gumaysato (36) sodon iyo lixda sanadood mustaqbalka dadkan iyo dalkana lumiyey oo Bile Rafle iyo Moorgan iyo Gaani idiin dhaameen dalka iwm.

t) idinka oo aan dalka xogogaal u ahayn ilaa 1960-kii sidii uga maqnaa dadkana kala garanayn ka xun iyo ka wanaagsan iwm.

J) Idinka oo hadda dawo ku nool ah oo gaboobay aynay jiraan dhalinyaro mutacalimiin ah oo wax soo bartay soddonkii sano ee aad dalka ka maqnaydeen, idinkuna aydaan tacliin lahayn ee Af-Ingiriisi iyo Af-Carabi mooyaane, Afna tacliin noqon waa, mana aha.

X) Idinka oo ku guuldaraystay maamulkii inta mar labaad la idiin dhiibayna ummaddii hanan kari waayey oo iska hor keenay dadkii walaalaha ahaa ee col iyo abaarta ka soo duulay ahaa, qaarkiina ay hadda xamar ka dageen.

Kh) Idinka oo sidii SNM-ta guruubo kala ah oo aan wada shaqayn Karin.

D) Idinka oo dhalasho wadan kale wada qaatay ama dawladd Laaji ugu qoran ama qaxooti ku ah dal kale.

R) Idinka oo aan siyaasad aqoon oo yaqaan qabyaaladd dadkuna uu ka gudbay oo uu marayo Maruuf, Macruuf iyo wixii la mii ah. Sababahaas iyo wax la mid ah fadlan waxaan idinka codsanayaa inaad ummadda madaxa uga kacdaan oo u banaysaan hogaaminta dalka Muta-caqliga iyo Muta-Calinka idinka da’da yar ee dalka jooga.

1. waxa kale oo aan halkan kala hadlayaa nimanka marka ay wax rabaan dagaalka ku carara, waxaan leeyahay xabadi xal maaha ee kalaya oo wixii aad ka hadlaysaan sheega oo sika dhiga Qoriga (Idinku Qarxaya), oo sheega waxa aad dadka iyo dalkan u qabanaysaan cidina wax idin yeeli mayso sababatoo ah aniguba waxa aan ahay musharax u sharaxan jagada Madaxweynaha JSL, cid I hambalyaysa mooyee cid wax I yeshaa ma jirto, Body Guard -na ma lihi, saacad kastana waan socdaa meel kastana waan maraa, haddii aad sheegi weydaan waxa aad rabtaan hadhow marka aad ku soo baxo jagada madaxweyanaha JSL ummaddu waxba idinka dhageysan mayso ee ogaada.

Sources: Haatuf

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Ethiopia keen to further enhance existing relations with Somaliland: Pres. Girma

Addis Ababa, April 26, 2010 (Addis Ababa) – President Girma Woldegiorgis said Ethiopia is desirous to further strengthen existing relations with Somaliland.

President Girma made the statement here on Monday while holding talks with Somaliland President Dahir Rayale Kahin.

According to a senior government official, Girma said encouraging development is being registered in the country.

President Dahir Rayale Kahin on his part briefed President Girma on existing peace and stability in Somaliland.

He said encouraging development is being registered in the social and economic sectors in Somaliland.

Relations with neighbouring states and Somaliland is getting strengthened from time to time, he said .

President Dahir Rayale Kahin also lauded Ethiopia’s contribution in the ongoing efforts to maintain peace in Somalia.

Sources: Ethiopian News Agency

Election officials back June poll in Somaliland

Election officials back June poll in Somaliland
28 Apr 2010 15:00:47 GMT

Source: Reuters

* Many errors in voter list corrected-official * Some 1.1 million people registered to vote By Hussein Ali Noor HARGEISA, April 28 (Reuters) – Somaliland’s presidential elections slated for June were given a stamp of approval on Wednesday by the breakaway enclave’s election commission. The National Electoral Commission (NEC) said it had completed a voter registration list that corrected many errors, which had been the reason given by clan elders for repeatedly extending the term of President Dahir Riyale Kahin. “We have a sound voter registration list with which we can hold a presidential election in June 2010,” NEC spokesman Mohamed Ahmed Hirsi Ghelle told a news conference. “All correction of errors in the voter system has been completed.” Ghelle said the list had 1.1 million people on it and was acceptable for the long-awaited election. He said the list would be refined again in May. Somaliland — which has sought international recognition as sovereign state — is governed by the opposition-led House of Representatives, which is elected by the people, and an upper house comprised of senior clan elders. Somaliland has enjoyed relative peace compared with the rest of Somalia, which has been mired in conflict since 1991. But repeated delays to the presidential poll have worried rights groups and donors, as well as angering the opposition. Analysts fear extended political strife in Somaliland could be exploited by the al Qaeda-linked al Shabaab group which controls much of central and southern Somalia. In September, clan elders voted to extend the president’s term on condition that a voter list be finalised. It was the third time since April 2008 his mandate had been prolonged. (Writing by Jeremy Clarke; Editing by David Clarke)

Rains displace hundreds in Somaliland

Rains displace hundreds in Somaliland

Photo: IRIN
Past flooding damage in Hargeisa

HARGEISA, 27 April 2010 (IRIN) – At least 200 families have been displaced and 185 houses destroyed following heavy rains and strong winds, which also killed six people in Hargeisa, capital of the semi-autonomous Somaliland region, officials said.

Some 2,500 people have been displaced in all, according to the Red Crescent. The worst-affected areas were the southern Hargeisa districts of Ahmed Dhagah, Mohamed Moge and Mohamoud Haybe.

“One of my sister’s children aged about six passed away when the house fell on him,” Fathiya Omar, a resident of Sinai settlement in Hargeisa’s Ahmed Dhagah District, told IRIN.

“At about two in the afternoon, on [23 April], we suddenly saw something like a dark cloud covering our whole settlement. Within minutes, it had taken all our houses’ roofs off,” Hodo Ahmed, 25, who lives in the October settlement of Mohamoud Haybe District, said.

About 94 families are displaced in Ahmed Dhagah, the district commissioner, Khadar Yusuf Ali, said.

Officials are worried there could be further displacement in the Dami Dam Internally Displaced Persons settlement, in Hargeisa, due to continuing rains.

“Our houses are full of water,” Asha Mohamoud, said in Dami Dam.

According to the Ministry of Rehabilitation, Resettlement and Re-integration, household items and plastic tents worth US$35,000 have been distributed. The UN World Food Programme has also supplied food aid to the affected.

Some residents complained of a lack of assistance, however. “I am a mother of 12 and for the last two nights we have slept outside. We have not received any help… we are waiting for Allah’s support,” Nimo Hassan told IRIN on 26 April.

Sources: IRINNEWS

HIV education goes to school

HARGEISA, 15 April 2010 (PlusNews) – A new programme is targeting about 800 primary and junior high school students in northwestern Somalia’s self-declared republic of Somaliland with HIV/AIDS messages for the first time.

“The children’s ages range from seven to 19. Of course, most of them are not sexually active now – we targeted them for several reasons … every student comes from a family and he will pass the message to his family. Also, they are the next generation at high risk of HIV,” said Mohamoud Hassan Abdillahi, executive director of Somaliland Health and Social Care Organization (SOHASCO).

The messages, which SOHASCO hopes will eventually raise awareness in thousands of people, included information on how HIV is transmitted and how to prevent infection, as well as the extent of the epidemic in Somaliland; an estimated 1.4 percent of people are infected.

“I was only aware of sexual intercourse transmission of the disease, but now I know three ways that HIV/AIDS is transmitted – illegal sexual intercourse, giving blood to someone without checking, as well as using sharp elements such as the knives, used in traditional operations,” said Abdirasak Hussein Hashi, 19, of Sheikh Bashir primary/intermediate school.

HIV advocates have praised the campaign but many local people are less pleased that their children are being introduced to sexual matters at such a young age.

“I don’t like students to be taught about HIV/AIDS; when they reach the mature age, they have to be instructed in Islam [so as] not to do the behaviours of high risk, such as adultery,” said Ali Jama Abdi, father of a child. “In our religion it is not allowed for children to be taught what is considered as shameful.”

According to the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), policies to reduce the vulnerability of children and young people to HIV cannot be implemented without the full cooperation of the education sector.

Although some of SOHASCO’s messages could be perceived as stigmatising people living with HIV by their use of terms like “illegal sex”, “immorality” and “adultery” to describe how HIV is transmitted, this is the only acceptable way of passing on such information in conservative, Muslim Somaliland. Messages intended to reduce stigma were also included.

“Our slogans were carrying messages like, ‘Stop HIV/AIDS’, ‘HIV/AIDS is very dangerous to every human being, including whites, blacks and Muslims’, ‘Abstinence is the best way of avoiding HIV/AIDS’ and ‘Together we can stop HIV/AIDS’,” Abdillahi said.

SOHASCO said teachers also experienced difficulties. “The teachers know about HIV/AIDS, but their problem is that they do not have the materials, and the subject is not in the syllabus,” said Hassan Jama Abdillahi, principal of Gacma-Dheere School. “It [HIV education] is a crucial step that obliges us to protect our youth from the dangers of this disease.”

According to the Somaliland National AIDS Commission, an HIV education syllabus is being drafted and will be included in school curriculums by the end of 2010.

Sources: PlusNews

Taariikhdii Snm Iyo Mucjisooyinkii Guusha qaybtii 11ad

Taariikhdii Snm Iyo Mucjisooyinkii Guusha

Diyaariye Mujaahid Yuusuf X. Maxamed (Qurbaawi) Qaybtii 11aad

Alle ha u naxariisto dhamaan mujaahidiintii ka shihiiday ururka SNM

Qoramadeena taxana ahayd ee taariikhda Ururkii Xaq u dirirka SNM inagoo wali qaybo ka mid ah ku jirnay, halwgalkii Bir-jeex ee 1983-kii Mujaahidiintii SNM ka fuliyeen halwgalkii ay kula baxeen Mujaahid C/llaahi Askar Barkhad.

Sources. Haatuf

Aniga oo ah musharaxii muddada (3) saddexda sanadood ah u diyaarka ahaa jagada madaxweynaha JSL horena idiinku soo gudbiyey waxqabadkiisii oo kooban, maantana waxaan halkan idiinku soo gudbinayaa arrimo kala duwan oo koob-kooban:-

1. waxaan nimanka da’doodu tahay 60-80 sano ee af ingiriisiga yiqiin 1960-kii ka codasanayaa inay tanaasul sameeyaan sababta oo ah:-

b) idinka oo ah nimankii 1960-kii June ummada god madow ku riday kana dhigay gun guni gumaysato (36) sodon iyo lixda sanadood mustaqbalka dadkan iyo dalkana lumiyey oo Bile Rafle iyo Moorgan iyo Gaani idiin dhaameen dalka iwm.

t) idinka oo aan dalka xogogaal u ahayn ilaa 1960-kii sidii uga maqnaa dadkana kala garanayn ka xun iyo ka wanaagsan iwm.

J) Idinka oo hadda dawo ku nool ah oo gaboobay aynay jiraan dhalinyaro mutacalimiin ah oo wax soo bartay soddonkii sano ee aad dalka ka maqnaydeen, idinkuna aydaan tacliin lahayn ee Af-Ingiriisi iyo Af-Carabi mooyaane, Afna tacliin noqon waa, mana aha.

X) Idinka oo ku guuldaraystay maamulkii inta mar labaad la idiin dhiibayna ummaddii hanan kari waayey oo iska hor keenay dadkii walaalaha ahaa ee col iyo abaarta ka soo duulay ahaa, qaarkiina ay hadda xamar ka dageen.

Kh) Idinka oo sidii SNM-ta guruubo kala ah oo aan wada shaqayn Karin.

D) Idinka oo dhalasho wadan kale wada qaatay ama dawladd Laaji ugu qoran ama qaxooti ku ah dal kale.

R) Idinka oo aan siyaasad aqoon oo yaqaan qabyaaladd dadkuna uu ka gudbay oo uu marayo Maruuf, Macruuf iyo wixii la mii ah. Sababahaas iyo wax la mid ah fadlan waxaan idinka codsanayaa inaad ummadda madaxa uga kacdaan oo u banaysaan hogaaminta dalka Muta-caqliga iyo Muta-Calinka idinka da’da yar ee dalka jooga.

1. waxa kale oo aan halkan kala hadlayaa nimanka marka ay wax rabaan dagaalka ku carara, waxaan leeyahay xabadi xal maaha ee kalaya oo wixii aad ka hadlaysaan sheega oo sika dhiga Qoriga (Idinku Qarxaya), oo sheega waxa aad dadka iyo dalkan u qabanaysaan cidina wax idin yeeli mayso sababatoo ah aniguba waxa aan ahay musharax u sharaxan jagada Madaxweynaha JSL, cid I hambalyaysa mooyee cid wax I yeshaa ma jirto, Body Guard -na ma lihi, saacad kastana waan socdaa meel kastana waan maraa, haddii aad sheegi weydaan waxa aad rabtaan hadhow marka aad ku soo baxo jagada madaxweyanaha JSL ummaddu waxba idinka dhageysan mayso ee ogaada.


Somaliland President embarks on tour to East Africa, France

Somaliland President embarks on tour to East Africa, France
By Moha Dahir Farah Jirreh
Djibouti, Djibouti- The president of Somaliland Mr. Dahir Rayaale Kahin has started his trip to European and east African countries after delaying the trip for a month due to the illness of his Vice president, Ahmed Yasin.

The vice president had been treated for almost month and half at a hospital in Paris. The president gave a very short statement to the press before leaving the country and mentioned that he will be holding bilateral discussions on political concerns of Somaliland with Djibouti, Ethiopia and finally France. President Rayaale’s visit to france  will be his second following prior visit there in 2008.

Sources: The Sub-Saharan Informer

President Rayaale was received in Djibouti by the prime minister of Djibouti at the Djibouti Airport, along with cabinet ministers of Djibouti Government. He later meets the president of Djibouti, Mr. President Ismael Omar Guelleh as well and other international French agencies based in Djibouti. He will continue his tour to Addis Ababa and will meet the high government officials of Ethiopia on his way to France.

The president of Somaliland was accompanied in his mission by the first lady of Somaliland, Madam Huda Barkad Aden, minister of Post and Telecommunication along with Port of Berbera Manager.