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Gaza: The Story in 50 Seconds…

DAD LA DULLEEYEY IYO DUNI DAMIIR BEESHAY…Wael muxuu ku hadli ma hadal baa yaal!

 
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Posted by on July 24, 2014 in Uncategorized

 
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Bob Davids: Management vs Leadership

In aad labadan kala fahantaa waxa ay kuu furi kartaa duni ballaadhan oo kaa daahnayd.

 
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Posted by on June 27, 2014 in Uncategorized

 
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Khudbaddii Ugu Wacnayd ee Arday Ka Jeediyo Harvard Business School!

Casey Gerald: Fariid faraxalan, wiil qor-qoran, deggen, aftahan ah, il-dheer oo haybad hoggaamineed ka muuqato. Isaga oo aan waxba warqad ku soo xar-xarriiqan ayuu soo hor istaagay ardaydii, bareyaashii iyo maamulka jaamacadda Harvard si uu u jeediyo hadalkii sagootiska ardayda MBA-da ka qalinjebisay gugan 2014. Dabadeed si aan la filayn hore na loo arag ayuu u hadlay!

Dhegayso khudbaddiisa adba waad ila qiri doontaa in uu ugu yaraan leeyahay hibo uu ku noqdo THE NEXT OBAMA eh.

 
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Posted by on June 23, 2014 in Uncategorized

 

IT’S TIME TO RECOGNISE SOMALILAND AS AN INDEPENDENT COUNTRY AND AU MEMBER

 

May 16, 2014

 

By Mohamed Mohamoud Silanyo

siilaanyoIt is not the first time, of course, that our young country has asked the AU to take this momentous step. President Dahir Rayale Kahin, my predecessor, first applied in 2005.

The African Union is proving, exactly as far-sighted as its architects hoped, a tremendous force for good for our continent. Year by year, its authority and influence is grows as it provides an indispensable platform for Africa to come together to address our many opportunities and challenges.

As we look around our continent today, the need for the AU’s intervention – both in response to terrible emergencies [as we have seen in Nigeria] and to accelerate wider progress – has rarely been greater.

So I am genuinely reluctant, on behalf of my country, to add to an already packed agenda. But I believe the AU should no longer put off recognising Somaliland as an independent country and full member.

It is not the first time, of course, that our young country has asked the AU to take this momentous step. President Dahir Rayale Kahin, my predecessor, first applied in 2005. The result was an AU mission which looked at what our leaders and citizens had built together since we declared independence in 1991.

It found our progress was “unique” in African political history and recommended that the AU “should find a special method of dealing with this outstanding case”. Eight years later, Somaliland is still waiting. As we celebrate our 23rd anniversary as an independent nation tomorrow, we find ourselves still denied recognition from our own continent.

This matters to Somaliland – and to Africa. Our country has much to celebrate tomorrow. From the ruins of a bitter conflict, we have forged a nation which is an oasis of peace, stability and democracy in a troubled region.

Power is transferred peacefully through democratic elections. State institutions including the police and armed forces are in place. Terrorists find no safe haven within our territory. Nor do pirates operate off our coast.

Given the terrible damage which years of conflict caused, we remain a poor country. But free education has been introduced for boys and girls. Our economy is slowly being rebuilt. We have a great deal in which to take pride.

But the lack of formal recognition from our fellow African countries and the world community remains a serious brake on progress and our hopes of improving the lives of our citizens. It makes it much more difficult for us to access the international aid or loans to drive development. We are denied a seat at the table when the future of the Horn of Africa is being discussed.
I understand, of course, the reasons for caution.

But after 23 years as a functioning independent country, the time has come to recognise the reality on the ground. Our citizens have left no doubt about where they see their future when they voted overwhelmingly for our continued independence in a national referendum in 2001 which was judged by outside observers as fair and free.

It is also important to remember that the AU mission to Somaliland specifically accepted that granting membership would not open “a Pandora’s Box” which other territories would follow. One of the principles of the AU’s foundation was respect for borders at the time of independence. Somaliland’s request for recognition does not contradict this doctrine.

Perhaps even more importantly, we believe our case for recognition is even stronger now than in 2006. The intervening years has shown that our country is built on very sound foundations. Relations between us and Somalia – with which we had a disastrous union for three decades – have also improved. We have agreed an ambitious agenda of co-operation to work together to tackle terrorism, extremism, piracy, illegal fishing, toxic dumping and other serious crimes.

Such co-operation is important not only for our two countries but also for the wider region and world. The Horn of Africa remains a source of tension and conflict. But Somaliland cannot play its full role in helping spread peace and stability unless we are treated as full partners by the international community.

The AU was born out of the hopes of new countries who believed together they could help each other grow and prosper.

Over the last 23 years, Somaliland has shown what can be achieved with courage and hard work. We are now asking for the chance to be accepted as full members of the African community so we can build on the solid foundations we have put in place and help drive progress across the continent.

Mr Silanyo is the President of Somaliland.

Source: Saturday Monitor (Uganda)

 
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Posted by on May 17, 2014 in Uncategorized

 
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Maajid Nawaz: Ma u hadli karaa muslimiinta Britain?

Sida uu yidhi Ziauddin Zardar, in aad waallayd keli ah kuma noqon kartid Clinical Psychologist…http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2008/apr/24/islam.religion.

Maajid uma hadli karo mana matalo muslimiita Britain. Nin ba wax buu awrka ku kacsadaaye, waxa ugu liita ka isku daya in uu diinta ilaahay dantiisa adduunyo ku gaadho.

Daawo sida Mo Ansar iyo Mehdi Hassan u dhego barjeeyeen miskiinkan ay ka qalloocatay:

 
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Posted by on April 20, 2014 in Uncategorized

 

Al Quds bilaa Cabdulbaari…Macquul ma aha

Si kedis ah ayuu dorraad Cabdulbaari Cadwaan xisaabtiisa uu ku leeyahay twitter-ka u soo geliyey hadal u dhigan: “waxa aan ka xun ahay in aan u sheego akhristayaashayda qiimaha badan in aan jariidadda al Quds al Carabi iska casilay dhammaan shaqooyinkii aan ka hayay”. Yaa! Waxa igu soo dhacday dhowr jeer oo hore oo la jabsaday xisaabta Cadwaan uu twitter-ka ku lee yahay oo qoraallo aanu lahayn la soo geliyey. Malaha waa sidii oo kale ayaan isku qanciyey. Waxa aan noqday malaha qofkii saddexaad ee ka warceliya go’aankan layaabka leh. Si kooban waxa aan u qoray : “maxay? Ma rumaysan karo. Malaha Cadwaan xisaabtaada waa la jabsaday! Haddii ay run tahay, aad ayaan kuu tebi doonaa”. Daqiiqado ka dib waxa uu xisaabtiisa soo geliyey: “go’aankani waa mid dhab ah, akhristayaashayda waxa aan sababta ugu faahfaahin doonaa qormadayda berri ee al Quds al Carabi”. Si weyn ayaan u sugay. Tolow maxay noqon kartaa sababta uu isku casilay? Miyaa la casilay mise wuu is casilay? 

Maqaalkiisii maantu ma uu noqon mid weydiimahaa si toos ah uga jawaaba. Waxa uu ka hadlay sidii uu saxaafadda ku soo galay rubuc qarni ka hor. Waxa uu ka sheekeeyey markii uu la wareegay jariidadda al Quds halkii ay taallay iyo maanta halka ay marayso. Waxa uu sheegay in jariidaddaas oo noqotay mid ka mid ah kuwa ugu muhiimsan caalamka carabta gaar ahaan. Waxa ka shaqeeya 18 qof—laga bilaabo xoghaynta ilaa madaxa jariidadda. Jariidadda sidaa u weyni waxa ay ka soo baxdaa qol yar oo ku yaalla London; taas ayaa alla ha u naxariistee Maxamuud Darwiish, gabyaagii Falasdiin, ka keentay odhaahdiisii “jariidad weyn oo god ka soo baxda”.

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Cabdulbaari sida laga filayay maqaalkiisan u danbeeyey wax uma dhihin. Waxa keli ah ee wax lagala soo bixi karaa waa “…waxa jiray dhinacyo igu cadaadiyey in aan go’aankan qaato”. Cabdulbaari waxa uu nus qarnigaa uu saxaafadda ku jiray noqday codadka ugu ixtiraamka iyo qaddarinta badan ee saxaafadda wax-iska-caabbinta. Dagaal adag ayuu la galay Yahuudda iyo imbaraaliyadda qooqan. Weligii kama gabban aragti uu aamminsan yahay, kama na masuugin sheegidda dhabta. Qadhaadh badan ayuu taas uga dhacay. Weerarro arxan daran ayaa ku soo laablaabtay. Waxa la isku dayay in codkiisa la aamusiiyo, qalinkiisana la jabiyo. Waxa loo diiday in uu jaamacadaha reer galbeedka ka hadlo, in laga jeediyo qoraalka, in ganacsi loo soo bandhigo, in fadhikulacag laga dhigo, in dhabsheegnimada lagaga iibsado wax wal oo uu isagu doono.

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Intaas ba waa uu u dhabar adaygay. Weligii quud aan saxaafad ka soo gelin ma cunin—sida uu sheegay. Waxa uu ugu farxad badnaa dharaartii uu wiilkiisa curdeed dhashay iyo dharaartii buuggiisii u horreeyey madbacadda ka soo baxay.  Weligii kama tageen ee waa laga tagsiiyey…wax kale kuma beddesheen saxaafadda xitaa haddii cumrigiisa dib loo duubo oo dhallaannimo iyo dhalinyarnimo lagu celiyo. Isla jidkii uu soo maray ayuu cagta la haleeli lahaa. Oo maxaa ka wacan in aad xaq u dirir ahaato. Oo yaa ka toosan cid dhabta ku tanaadday oo tidhi muslin baan ahay?

Cabdulbaari waan u darsan doonaa sida dad badani ila qabaan. Waxa aan si weyn u sugaynnaa buugga uu sheegay in uu gacanta ku hayo oo uu waayaha innagu soo fool leh ku hawllanaan doono.

Cadwaanow, waa ay adag tahay in la sawirto al Quds bilaa Cabdulbaari Cadwaan ah…Alle ha kula qabto hawshaasi…annagu na waan iskaga tacsiyeynaynnaa tegitaankaaga. Nooli kulantee.

 
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Posted by on July 12, 2013 in Uncategorized

 

Cabdiraxmaan Xuseen iyo Edward Said

Dhowr sano ka hor ayaa Maxamed Cumar Carte waxa uu Hargeysa ka sameeyey xarun la yidhaahdo Centre for Public Policy. Daraasadaha ay samayso ka sakow, waxa uu soo diyaarin jirey barnaamij aan aad ugu xidhnaa si weyn na ula dhacay. Waxa uu ahaa dadaal aanan hore ugu arag aqoonyahan kale oo dalka deggen. Galab kasta oo Jimce ah waxa uu xarunta ku marti qaadi jirey qof waxgarad ah. Dadkaasi waxa ay u badnaayeen kuwo debedda ka soo laabtay oo gedihiisa ah ama ka weyn. Halkan horteed isma aan lahayn dad sidan u heersarreeya ayaa innagu jira.

EdwardSannadahaa hortood yar ayaa waxa aan bartay aqoonyahan waxgarad ah oo u dhashay dalka Falasdiin oo lagu magacaabo Edward Said. Edward aabbihii oo u dagaallamay ciidammada maraykanka darteed, ayaa waxa la siiyey dhalashada dalkaas. Sidaas ayuu fursad ugu helay in uu ku koro wax na uga barto maraykanka. Markii uu Harvard ka qaatay shahaadada sare ee PhD, waxa uu sannadkii 1963-kii ku biiray bareyaashii kulliyadda English-ka ee jaamacadda Columbia. Halkaas waxa uu ku ibo furay aragtidiisii Orientalism, 1978 ee markii danbe noqotay dhadhaarrada cilmiga maanta loo yaqaan Post Colonialism Studies. Buuggiisani waxa uu noqday codka ugu xoogga badan ee la dhegaysto marka laga hadlayo waxa loo yaqaan Subaltern (aragti daraasaysa dhaxalka gumeystuhu kaga tegay dhulkii uu gelelefay oo ay maanta hoggaamiyaan aqoonyahanno reer Aasiya ahi). Orientalism waxa uu noqday dhirbaaxo wejiga si xooggan ugaga dhacday imbaraaliyadda doobinaysa ee reer galbeedka ilaa iyo maanta na lama hayo cod la quwad ah oo ka soo baxay gumeystayaasha.

Innagu soo celi Hargeysa iyo Centre for Public Policy. Mid ka mid ah jimceyaashii xarunta ayaa waxa lagu martiqaaday oday soomaali ah. Oday deggen oo si caadi ah u lebbisan. Cabdiraxmaan Xuseen waa aqoonyahan in badan wax ka dhigayay jaamacadda Tennessee ee dalka maraykanka. Waa oday aayar hadlaya oo kelmadaha si taxaddir leh u dooranaya. Waxa aad mooddaa in uu dhul wada qodax iyo qarjaf ah cagaag ku marayo. Waxa uu ka hadlayo in yar ayaa fahmaysa ama mayee cid naba ma fahmayso. Hadalkiisu waa waaddix aan caad saarrayn haddana lagu wareerayo. Waa wada falsafad iyo ereyo halxidhaale ah. Waxa uu eegayaa dhallinyarta horfadhida oo uu doonayaa in uu wax fahamsiiyo haddana wuu ka lalsan yahay oo eegayaa xaggaa iyo dhul fog. Waxa uu arkayaa cid aan innaga ahayn. Waxa uu la doodayaa mid jooga Galbeed guntii. Waxa ay isku murugsan yihiin qaar ka soo jeeda Brazil. Waxa ay gacmaha is haystaan kuwo innoo eg oo ka soo gacan haadinaya Hindiya. Waxa ay maryo dhiigle kala furanayaan mid madow se sinjiga lala loollamayo gunta ka ah. Waxa gubaya aragtiyo badan oo wakhtiga uu haystaa kabbasho u ahayn. Waxa aad arkaysaa in uu xanaaqsan yahay haddana ma garanysid cidda iyo waxa uu ka xanaaqsan yahay.

Alla necebaa imbiriyaalliyadda. Alla muxuu xumaan ku arkay reer galbeedka. Malaha heer gaar ah marka la gaadho ayaa sidan loo nacaa reer galbeedka innaga innala quruxda badan. Haa, haddii aanu necbayn waxa uu qaadan lahaa baasaboorkooda oo nolol la mid ah ta ay ku jiraan qayrkii iska geli lahaa. Haa, waa kii diiday in uu sharcigooga qaato ee baasaboor soomaaligii xilligii ardayga uu ahaa uu ku tegay ku joogay intii oo dhan. Jacayl lama uu dhex joogin ee waa uu dersayay. Markii ay kari waayeen na waa ay ka soo saareen oo u hanjabeen. Ceeb! Oo xorriyaddii fikirka iyo qawlku mee? La joojiyaana bannaan la jiifiyaana bannaan.

AbdirahmanCabdiraxmaan waxa uu qoray mid ka mid ah dhiganayaasha ugu qiimaha badan ee ilaa maanta laga qoray dhaxalkii Edward Said. Sannadkii 2002 ayaa uu soo saaray buuggiisa uu dunida wax akhrida caanka kaga noqday ee Edward Said: Criticism and Society. Cabdiraxmaan waa mufakir fac weyn oo aan Afrika oo keli ahi ku faanin ee bariga dunida oo dhan hanti u ah. Gu’iisa shaalka ah iyo hangoolkiisa ayuu iska qaataa galabtii markaasuu Hargeysa iska dhex mushaaxaa isaga oo la tamashlaynaya Antonio Gramsci, Edward Said iyo tobannaan kale oo la miisaan ah.

Sida Dr. Xuseen Bulxan loogu xasuusto Frantz Fanon ayaa Dr. Cabiraxmaan Xuseen na loogu xasuustaa Edward Said. Sida labada ajnabi u yihiin dabaqadda sare ee aragtida Post colonialism-ka ayay labada soomaali na u yihiin dabadaqadda ku xigta ee aan marnaba laga maarmi karin.

 
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Posted by on July 1, 2013 in Uncategorized