Deni Oo Qorshe cusub Dagay, Goodax Barre iyo Fadeexad Imtixaanka Iyo Qorshayaal Iyo Warar Kale(READ MORE »).

Dowlada Somaliya ayaa biloowday baaritaano la xariira qaabka ay ku duseen imitixaanaadka shaahidiga ee Somaliya

Sida muuqata waxaa jira dhinacyo la tuhmayo oo ku aadan in ay suuq geeyeen imtixaanaadka inkastoo wasaaradda warfaafinta Somaliya aysan farta ku fiiqin .

Hadaba su`aasha ayaa ah sidee wasaaradda warfaafinta Somaliya ugu gudbeysaa fadaxeedaan musuq maasuq ee dhacday,Warkaas iyo warar kale ka daawo qeybta hoose


  1. Judging from the heated and often nasty debates that have recently raged among most members of the Puntland Diaspora worldwide, a new phenomenon has emerged which is of colossal significance in its magnitude and future implications for the natives of this historic region called Puntland. It is a phenomenon that should be of vital interest to its academia – especially those in the related fields of sociology, history, and anthropology – simply because it underpins what it is to be a real Puntlander.

    This phenomenon is one I can rightly term as a “crisis of identity” which, if left academically unaddressed with the urgency it duly deserves, will have lasting negative implications for those that identify themselves with this region and its heritage. I am no purist or nativist but someone that deeply cherishes and deeply cares about my true heritage, unadulterated by those flooding into Puntland that do not identify with its Northern heritage and history.

    Those in the know appreciate that what truly constitutes a people’s identity is their culture – tradition, lingual style and values. If these are diluted or eroded through extrinsic influence, then a people’s identity and heritage are lost too. A simple case study of what I am trying to highlight here can be found on the threads on social media and other online platforms where contributors, all of them Puntlanders, happen to be at each other’s throats in their arguments. The reason? The majority have been ‘southernized’ while the few are still firmly entrenched in their roots.

    The two have completely conflicting viewpoints of their homeland, its heritage and its future direction in the wider Somalia. Those who have been ‘southernized’ think and behave in a manner so irrational and dismissive when those still deeply rooted -like me – raise legitimate concerns about a whole host of dangers being unleashed on this region by the excess infiltration of, and influence from the southerners. Our golden heritage and the historic region is, quite sadly, being gradually diluted. But the majority – especially the Majeerteen, Leylkase and Awrtable – are blind to this tragic trend and even complacent in it to a great extent.

  2. Therefore, based on the above valid analysis, one can easily identify and understand the real reason that the Dhulbahante, Warsangali and the other Harti clans have a perspective of what true Puntlandnism stands for which is in complete contrast to that of the rest of the above clans that I have mentioned.

    Needless to say, these two conflicting perspectives within its Diaspora constitute the core problem which has been driving a widening wedge between Puntland’s kinsfolk for a decade or so now. The ‘southernized’ mentality of the Puntlanders in the first category above has utterly diluted their sense of self-identity and eroded their pride.

    They tend to politically resent the very southerners whose thinking and dialect have ‘colonized’ these Puntland clans. One hardly distinguish the two. On the contrasting side, the latter clans staunchly believe in their true Northern heritage – dialect, tradition, autonomy and all- and completely resent the ‘southern’ takeover of their region and culture.

    They expected Puntland to be constructed on the foundation and pillars of that unique heritage and golden history but the ‘southernized’ lot has dominated the political discourse and completely undermined all that. No wonder Puntland’s clans are slowly drifting apart.

    • kkkkkkkkkkk

      Mubarik Yusuf, filan waa bay igu noqotay oo qosol gariir baa igu dhacay.

      Maxaad ku tidhi saaxiib?

  3. Cismaan

    Mubaarik saan ka fahmay oon anba is idhi ku dheh malaha waa wuxuu rabay inuu ku yidhaahdo. Duulkaas kolkii horeba Dhiig uunbaa idinka dhexeeyay ee dhaqan idinkana dhexeeyo. Gumaysigiina wuuba idin sii kala fogeeyay. Sidaas aawadeed ayaydin isku qaban la dihiin. Laba dhaqan oo kala duwan ayaad leedihiin. Kkkkkk

  4. Cismaan

    Tolkaana dhaqanbaad isku seegantihiin, anana siyaasad baad nagu seegan tahay. Labadii dhanba waad seegtay.

    Waxay isoo xusuusisay sheekada jaceyka. A loves B, but B loves C and C loves A. Kkkk

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.