.....(Hal-ku-dhigyo Dhaxal-gal Noqday) = ..... President, C/raxmaan A. Cali: ''Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland dib ayay ula soo Noqotay Qaran-nimadeedii sidaa awgeed, waa dal xor ah oo gooni u taagan maanta (18/05/1991) laga bilaabo''...>>>>> President, Maxamad I.Cigaal:''Jiritaanka Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland'' Waa mid waafaqsan xeerasha u-degsan Caalamka! Sidaa darteed, waa Qaran xaq u leh in Aduunku aqoonsado''...>>>>> President, Daahir R. Kaahin: ''Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland waa dal diimuqraadi ah oo caalamka ka sugaya Ictiraafkiisa''...>>>>> President, Axmed M. Siilaanyo: ''Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland, Boqol sano haday ku qaadanayso helista Ictiraafkeedu way Sugaysaa! Mar dambena la midoobi mayso Somalia-Italia''.....[***** Ha Jirto J.Somaliland Oo Ha Joogto Waligeed *****].....

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Faallo: Xuduudaha Afrika Waa Xuduudihii Isticmaarka

"Tusaalaha soo socda ee Qabaa’ilka Afrika ayaa muujinayaa sida qabiilkasta oo Afrikaan ah u kala deganyahay dhawr dal, qaybkastana dalka ay degto la wadaagto: Calan, xuduud, qaranimo iyo dawladnimo: Ibrahim"

- Xuduudaha Somalia, Somaliland, Jabuuti, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania ama dalkasta oo kale oo Afrikaan ah waa isku mid xagga qawaaniinta caalamka iyo sharcinimada, waxaana dhammaantood jeexay Gumaystayaashii Reer Yurub. Waxaa sidaas oo kale la mid ah xuduuudaha dalalka Carabta, Aasiya, iyo Koonfur Ameerika.

Sunday, May 27, 2018

An Open Letter to AU, Arab League, EU, Ethiopia, IGAD and USA.

 ......"Today the nephew of Siad Barre, Farmajo, Somalia president is beating the drums of same slogan “The sovereignty and the territorial Integrity of Somalia  is sacred”  ;Samatar

- The Somaliland people gained their independence June 26, 1960 from the British Colony, and five days letter July 1, 1960 joined Somalia in search of the "Greater Somalia. The main reason why  Somaliland people joined Somalia and scarified their nationhood was driven by the Pan African  nationalism movement in 1950s and 1960s against the European colonizers, to unite the Somali ethnic separated  by the boundaries created by Italy, England and France. Somaliland  was the only country which rejected the boundaries created and put between the Somali people by the European colonizers.

Saturday, May 26, 2018

Tukaraq: War-bixintii Ciidanka Qaranka JSL.

Working with Somali people to build peace and prosperity – economic growth and job creation

- Eureopean Union: Somalia is still emerging from the effects of a long civil war, political-social conflicts and extended drought. Despite this, the economy, mainly based on traditional primary productive sectors, is growing. Through the National Development Plan, the New Partnership Agreement and the Economic Recovery Plan, the Federal Government of Somalia (FGS) has set out an ambitious agenda of reforms needed to support the economy. Somalia has diverse livelihood systems: pastoralists, agro-pastoralists, fishing and coastal communities. Agriculture provides 60% of the country's GDP, 80% of its employment and 90% of its exports. 

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Wednesday, May 23, 2018

A tale of two ports: Somaliland challenges Djibouti

 ......."These deals have helped Somaliland secure some of the international recognition it craves, all while infuriating Mogadishu". Eastafricamonitor 

- Djibouti may not quite be the “Singapore of Africa” yet, but the Horn of Africa’s smallest country still plays an oversized role in global affairs by providing valuable real estate to foreign militaries and positioning itself as a crucial waypoint for maritime trade. A highly strategic location has helped Djiboutian president Ismail Omar Guelleh attract significant investment and bilateral engagement from both the United States and China.

UAE: "Oo ka qayb-gashay gurmadka duufaanka JSL.

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Kidderminster MEP James Carver calls for international recognition for Somaliland

- LONG-time campaigner for national self-determination, Kidderminster MEP James Carver took part in Somaliland’s 27th anniversary of independence this week.
He travelled to the small African nation’s capital, Hargeisa, as a guest of vice president Abdirahman Saylici where he attended a celebratory parade and had informal talks with government leaders. Mr Carver, Kidderminster-based UKIP MEP for the West Midlands, who has visited Somaliland on three previous occasions, is a staunch supporter of its bid to be internationally recognised as an independent country again.

Monday, May 21, 2018

War-saxaafadeed "Madaxtooyada": "khasaaraha duufaanka ka dhashay.

  War-saxaafadeed :

- Sida aynu la wada socono waxa saddexdii maalmood ee u danbeeyey xeebaha Somaliland ka da’ayey roobab dabaylo wata oo isu bedelay duufaanno gaar ahaan gobolada Sanaag, Saaxil, Selel, Awdal iyo deegaamo ka mida waqooyiga Gabiley kuwaas oo ay gaadhsiiyeen khasaare laxaadleh oo isugu jira dhimashada iyo dhaawaca dadkii ku sugnaa deegaamadaasi, xoolihii oo ku leeday, dhismayaal tiro badan oo dumay, gaadiid isugu jira kuwa badda & berigaba iyo barakac balaadhan oo ka dhashay duufaantaas.

Friday, May 18, 2018

Former refugee Magid Magid takes up Sheffield Lord Mayor post

... Born in Burao in war-torn northern Somalia, Mr Magid said he did not remember much of his childhood and had never returned to his country of birth. "I remember just being happy, playing around as you do as a kid, but in reality it was a completely different story," he said. His family set up home in Sheffield's Burngreave area.

He said life was difficult when he and his family arrived, trying to learn the language and adapt to a new way of life. His mother worked as a cleaner to look after her children, with Magid and his siblings acting as translators.

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Somaliland wants Uganda recognition

- The state of Somaliland, which seeks to attain international recognition has opened talks with Uganda about a consulate in Kampala. Somaliland, a tiny country in the horn of Africa, was granted independence by the British in 1960 and shortly after joined Somalia, a former Italy colony to form the Somali republic.

The union soured in 1991 after a civil war, prompting Somaliland to declare independence from Somalia. Since then, the international community has not yet recognised it as sovereign. Now Somaliland intends to add Uganda to the list of countries with which it has diplomatic ties and they include; Kenya, South Africa, Ethiopia, Djibouti, Belgium, United Kingdom, France and South Suda

Welsh-born Somali diplomat Abdulrahim Abby Farah: "The Barry boy who helped free Nelson Mandela"

- He was once described as the “Barry Boy that helped free Mandela”. Welsh-born Somali diplomat Abdulrahim Abby Farah who has died at home in New York aged 98 worked tirelessly behind the scenes at the United Nations . His death has prompted tributes from around the world

The early 20th century was not the easiest time to be born a Somali Welshman in a terraced street in Barry, but Abdulrahim Abby Farah’s family stood out as high achievers as Wales struggled in the aftermath of World War One

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War-saxaafadeed: M/weynaha J.Somaliland Muuse Biixi Oo....

 "...... Dadka reer Somaliland oo iyaga oo u dhan gacmaha isku-qabsaday difaaca iyo horumarinta dalkooda J.Somaliland." Af-hayeenka.

- M/weynaha Jamhuuriyadda Somaliland Mudane Muuse Biixi Cabdi, waxa uu caawa oo ay bishu tahay 16 May 2018 iskugu yeedhay, madaxd badan oo ka kooban kuwa maanta talada haya iyo madaxdii hore dalka uga soo talin jirtay, Saddexda Xisbi Qaran, Shir-guddoonka Labada Gole ee Baarlamaanka JSL iyo Siyaasiyiin kale oo ay ka mid ahaayeen:

Monday, May 14, 2018

Somaliland, A nation that deserves International Recognition

- Somaliland is a country that had been a stable and independent state from Somalia in the past 27 years after gaining its independence on 18th May 1991. In May this year, Somaliland continues to protest its legitimacy as an existing nation forward to show the world that it is the only nation in the Horn of Africa deserving for an international recognition. Being a peaceful and a stable country, Somaliland elected its fifth president calmly in 2017, While Somalia is known as a country that was once on the center of world attention but now became a failed state of No-2- according to the Fund for Peace’s Fragile States Index of 2018.

Saturday, May 12, 2018

Chinese Ceramic eyes export markets .. "Berbera-Somaliland

- Stretching on a 26,000 sq. m. factory shade at the Eastern Industry Zone, the Chinese DI YUAN Ceramics PLC has started to ship flooring and wall tiles to Somaliland and Djibouti this week, making good on its promise to target neighboring markets in the regions. 

During an exclusive visit to the factory floor on Wednesday, Zang Hui Jian, factory manager of DI YUAN, told The Reporter that the factory has a potential of manufacturing 60,000 sq. m. tiles per day, capable of tiling some 600 houses. But, the current production levels are limit to 40,000 sq. m. per day owing to their recent introduction to the Ethiopian market.

Thursday, May 10, 2018

Somaliland Must Be Free

"The U.S. wastes blood and treasure propping up Somalia while denying its neighbor's sovereign aspirations. Why?" Ali

- In 1991, following the collapse of the authoritarian Somali government, the northwestern region of war-torn Somalia became a de-facto republic called Somaliland. Every year on May 18, millions of people take part in Somaliland’s independence rallies. Though Somaliland is imperfect, it has all of the attributes of a functioning nation: a legitimate political order that has the consent of the people, a court system that enforces the rule of law, a security force protecting its people and denying sanctuary for terrorists, and a political process to ensure the peaceful transfer of power. In fact, last November, Somaliland had a free and credible presidential election, as certified by international observers.

Monday, May 7, 2018

Deforestation in Somaliland: Challenges and Solutions

Deforestation has not only been the pressing environmental problems in Somaliland but also finance people in rural areas to have another source of income by turning trees into charcoal.

Edmonton: Hall packed with crowd for Somaliland Independence Day

- Somaliland: For expats, Independence Day is an opportunity to celebrate the self-declared country’s “peace and stability,” event organizer Abdullahi Mohamed said as a growing crowd began to to fill the Portuguese Cultural Centre in northeast Edmonton on Saturday night.

Although the rest of the world does not recognize Somaliland’s autonomy, the region nevertheless operates as a democracy, with its own elections, currency and judicial system. Somaliland was previously colonized by the United Kingdom while the rest of Somalia was colonized by Italy.

Friday, May 4, 2018

These female doctors are changing the lives of fistula survivors in Somaliland

- On one day in March dozens of people gathered in a hospital in Hargeisa, Somaliland. The bright room was decorated with flowers and banners in red, green and white, the colours of Somaliland’s flag. Doctors –foreign and Somali – ministers, medical students, former patients and journalists filed in, greeting each other, standing in little groups and talking animatedly. A man walked to the front, bowed his head, and intoned a prayer over the crackly microphone, and the murmur turned to silence as people took to their seat. Minutes later, a woman dressed in an elegant blue gown took to the podium. Edna Adan, the face of Somaliland’s healthcare and founder of the hospital where this event took place, is in her 80s, but the passion in her voice and her strong demeanour make her seem decades younger.

East Africa: How an Unrecognised State’s Port Deal Could Shift Dynamics Across the Horn

"......the party with the most to lose from the DP World deal is Djibouti, which has come to rely on Ethiopia’s custom as much as Ethiopia relies on Djibouti’s access to the sea" African argument

- Despite Somalia’s protestations, DP World and Somaliland are set to expand Berbera port. Some in the neighbourhood are excited. Others are worried. Despite officially being banned from operating in Somalia this March, DP World is set to begin a project later this year that could have far-reaching implications for the region, both economically and politically.

Thursday, May 3, 2018

Somaliland President launches new annual reforestation day

- WAGENINGEN, Netherlands (Landscape News) – A new “Somaliland National Tree Day” reforestation initiative will be held each year to address one of the most severe environmental threats faced by the semi-autonomous region in the Horn of Africa.

A devastating six-year drought in Somaliland has killed off animals and left livestock farmers searching for alternate sources of income from charcoal production, which has led to extensive deforestation, said a university professor attending a workshop on landscape governance organized by the University of Wageningen in the Netherlands.

Wednesday, May 2, 2018

How it feels to be the foreign minister of a country that doesn’t officially exist

 Somaliland’s chief diplomat comes to London.
- I hadn’t thought to book anywhere for our meeting; neither had my interviewee’s handler. The three of us spent an awkward ten minutes trailing from packed pub to crowded cafe, before deciding that time was short and we might as well just get on with it. So it was that I ended up interviewing the foreign minister of Somaliland by the fridge in the corner of a Westminster sandwich shop. This is not the normal place to find a chief diplomat – but Dr Saad Ali Shire seemed content enough. “If we were officially recognised, I’d be surrounded by security and so forth,” he pointed out. “I wouldn’t be free.”