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PROF SAMATERS, GOODWILL AND OTHERS GOOSEPIMPLES

Political abyss in Somalia after collapsed military regime of Siyad Bare, dignity and governmental patronage fell into pit .war lord,tribal business and regional selfishness, abhorred group were formed by guerrilla fighters backed by Ethiopian African imperialist ,their puppet party’s such SNM, SSDF, USC.these groups deleted and erased the Somali national integrity,and unity Somali powerful government […]

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Buhodle Political Crisis ; By prof abdirisak muse farah. A political analyst and lecturer of global studies and international relations at new generation university hargeisa

Buhodle is situated between the border of Somaliland and Ethiopia its inhabitants’ are mainly Pastoralists People with a peace loving and likely to live harmony with their neighbors and have traditional values and principles for their inhabitants of Buhodle which they are great warriors who also played a major role in the struggle for independence […]

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IRRO Deserve 2017 Somaliland elections

In a world where changes are taking place in a rapid and unexpected pace Somalilanders need someone who unites them under one great vision with real patriotism and visionary leadership. Patriotism and visionary leadership cannot be simply claimed overnight, but it should be earned over a time period, overcoming hurdles, solving obstacles with perseverance and […]

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Mr. Professor, Everything Is Negotiable With Exception Of 18th May

Professor Samater, I beg your pardon for the liberty I am taking by approaching you in submitting these few lines for your kind consideration. Sir, honest to God I am one of those Somalilanders who highly appreciate your arrival back at home to participate in the renaissance and rebuilding that shattered beloved homeland. And I […]

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Reflections on the SSE conference in Stockholm 8-9th April 2016.

I attended the SSE 2016 annual conference, which was jointly organised by Somaliland Society in Europe (SSE) and the umbrella of Somaliland Community Organisations in Sweden (SLRF). I wish to share my reflections with fellow Somalilanders. The conference, whose theme was ‘Celebrating Somaliland’s Silver Jubilee and Calibrating its Future Trajectory’, was the 12th SSE conference […]

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Diminished Future Generation, A cry without Sympathy.

In a recent Scientific Research prepared by some medical doctors, psychologists, and psychotherapists from WHO, ( World Health Organisation ). The health committee released a Scientific communiqué referring that the majority of the young generation in Somaliland are suffering from a mental disease called INSOMNIA. The majority of the youth in Somaliland find themselves awake […]

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Press Release:  Three journalists facing possible jail terms in Somaliland

Reporters Without Borders is concerned about the possible prison sentences that three journalists are facing in two separate cases in Somaliland and urges the judicial authorities to respect this autonomous region’s constitution and press law, which guarantee freedom of information.   A court in Hargeisa, Somaliland’s capital, is due to hear the two cases tomorrow. […]

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Why do the locals hate the Somaliland diaspora very much

I was disturbed by an article written by a disgruntled local from Somaliland who Is venting his anger out at the Somaliland diaspora for what has happened to those young kids who lost their lives in the high seas a few days ago and that the Somaliland diaspora are not the reason why the people […]

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Does Said Jama Hussein’s Riddle Hit a Nerve? By Bashir Goth

  Due to the many and mostly unproductive gatherings that Diaspora Somalis hold in luxurious hotels in Western capitals, I rarely go beyond the headlines of such stories unless I see the name of Prof. Ahmed Samater in it. No matter how you view him, friend or foe; the man never fails to grab your […]

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Somali-land Youth. The Lost Generation.”

Recent exodus of bright and cultivated young people from Somaliland have led to a national tragedy at  unprecedented scale. Unfolding before our eyes, while human traffickers walk free undetected in all over Somaliland specially cities and towns. And still not one single culprit have been brought to justices. My fellow citizens, we need an urgent solution to […]

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