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Somalia`s New Tongue Twisting Names
By Roobdoon Forum

How to Start
Your Own Xubin and Waax Country

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Carrab Lo'aad Caws Looma Tilmaamo
By C/fataax Faamo(RF)
Running as a Nation Watches
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New Beginning
in Muslim World
Islamist Vs Islamist
Hammiga Waliid & Hangoolka UNPOS
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Puntland: A Quisling Scheme
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Silsiladda Taxataran ee Beesha Axmed Harti
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By M B Dubbe






Dissolving the Muslim Brotherhood Group Is the First Step
I believe that the top priority of the Muslim Brotherhood Group in order to rectify its position is to dissolve the old group, and focus its efforts on charity and da`wah work only, without interfering in politics...
Turkish commentary says “coup” in Egypt engineered by West
Have you seen a single Western country or institution make a statement of “long live democracy in Egypt”? Because this is a coup stamped “Made in the West.”...
Editorial Blames Mursi Government’s Inefficiencies for Crisis in Egypt
The inefficiency of Mursi meant that his supporters changed their stance and became part of Mursi`s opposition...
Idea to hand over some Afghan provinces to Taleban
The Pakistani prime minister`s political advisor has proposed to the Afghan ambassador in Islamabad to divide Afghanistan and hand over some provinces to the Taleban...
The Excessive Demands of the Muslim Brotherhood
The Muslim Brotherhood could be described as a failure because they became fascinated with power and wanted to maintain it at any cost...
Editorial: Coup in Cairo, echoes in Ankara
July 3 night will be a landmark for Middle East and perhaps global politics. Egypt was saved from a dictator. The Turkish one in the making was scared by the development...
Obama urges return to civilian rule in Egypt
Saudi king congratulates the army, saying: we strongly shake hands with the men of all the armed forces, represented by Gen Abd-al-Fattah Al-Sisi, who managed to save Egypt at this critical moment from a dark tunnel...
Saudi analyst urges Confederation with Bahrain
Muhanna al-Hubayl, Saudi writer and political analyst, has called for the creation of a confederation between the kingdoms of Bahrain and Saudi Arabia...
Tacsi Tiiraanyo Leh
Maanta oo Talaada ah, saacaduna marka ay ahayd shantii iyo labaatan daqiiqo ee galabnimo, waxaa magaalada Nairobi ku geeryooday, Allaha U Naxariistee, Maxamuud Bile Dubbe (Kabo Soomaali)...
Feuds Split Afghanistan’s Ruling Family
In a scene common across Afghanistan, one turbaned elder after another complained about graft, abuses and bloodshed under President Hamid Karzai...
Commentary: Why President Obama Shuns Ouattara
The US president has avoided Cote d`Ivoire by Ouattara during a “historic trip with an important economic component.”...
Elections in the North, and a Selection for the South
In recent weeks, the North and South of the Gulf witnessed two important political developments, each of which contains historical lessons...
I am not associated with the Muslim Brothers
A Berber was voted Libya`s interim leader on last Tuesday, the first member of the long oppressed minority to hold high office. He denied that he is a member of or is associated with the Muslim Brotherhood...
Commentary: America Falls for Taliban Trap
The US has effectively accorded the Taliban legitimacy and the status of a government-in-exile, thereby undermining the legitimate Government of Afghanistan...
The Domino Effect of Power Shuffling for Sheikhdoms
Despite sheikh Hamad`s pretense, the transfer of power over to Tamim was not particularly voluntary and US pressure played a part in this move...
Karzai appeals to Taleban: “come and talk to your brothers”
Here, I call on the Taleban brothers, come and talk to your brothers in the country`s confident arms and discuss important issues closely among yourselves so that we will solve them with each other...
A revolution betrayed
Critics accuse Mohamed Morsi and the ruling Muslim Brotherhood of ineptitude and authoritarianism that has damaged the economy and fuelled public discontent...
Kenyans Rejoiced for Nothing over Obama’s Victory
For Barack Obama, Kenyans have danced three times. Yet, the American-Kenyan president, brother, cousin did not dare, during the four years of his first term...
Spanish Daily Interviews Al-Qaeda Leader Abu Dahdah
His name is Imad Eddin Barakat Yarkas. Judge Baltasar Garzon described him as the leader of Al-Qaeda in Spain...
Russia says Saudi Arabia financing terrorists in Syria
Text of "Commentary by Russian Foreign Ministry official representative A.K. Lukashevich regarding anti-Russian statements by Saudi Foreign Minister S. al-Faysal"...
Al-Qaeda in Turkey to Receive Turkish Aid
A well-informed British source has confirmed that Abu-Bakr al-Baghdadi, leader of the “Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant”, is now in Turkey to obtain advanced weapons, ammunition, and military hardware, including “chemical weapons.”...
Counterfeit drugs raise Africa’s temperature
About 100,000 deaths a year in Africa are linked to the counterfeit drug trade, according to the World Health Organization (WHO)...
African youths and ICT: opportunities abound
Africa is the second-biggest mobile market in the world — smartphones outsell computers four to one. Over the 18 months to February 2012...
Commentary: Oh, Clerics: Once Bitten Twice Shy
There is the issue of the money that we donate. It must not be sent to the followers of Al-Qaeda, so that it does not come back to us in the form of spears thrown at us, or bullets shot at us...
Trying to divide Afghanistan through Qatar office
President Karzai emphasized that the foreigners tried to create a dispute between Afghans by setting up an emirate [Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan] in Qatar and an Islamic government in Afghanistan...
The Secret of Mursi’s Rise to Egypt’s Presidential Palace
Commentary by Ali Janatti, former Iranian ambassador to Kuwait and Middle East affairs analyst entitled: “The Secret of Mursi`s Rise to Egypt`s Presidential Palace...
Brains Under Turbans
“Too often do Westerners have a tendency to see only the turban and not also the brain hidden underneath it” ...
Qatar emir hands power to son Sheikh Tamim
Qatari political analyst Mohammed al-Misfer said he did not expect major changes to foreign policy or domestic plans after the handover...
Roots of Protests in Brazil and Turkey
The governments in Brazil and Turkey, due to their high votes and popularity of the past years, had become presumptuous and would not listen to criticisms from the media and their opponents...
Iran Plays Subversive Role in Turkey
The Iranian secret service usually disguises agents as banking and finance industry officials to bankroll worldwide terror networks...
Mullah Omar To Fight Terrorists in Pakistan
The Afghan Taliban have told their friend parties that if the dialogues with the United States went successfully, then Mullah Omar will himself initiate activities against terrorists in Pakistan...
Hassan Sheikh Mohamud sounds out Kenyatta
The only concession Kenyatta made to President Mohamud was to promise to be more vigilant in future regarding Madobe`s behaviour towards Mogadishu...
German covert operation against Turkish economy
Germany, which for years has put pressure on Turkey for human rights, and which has marketed rhetoric about justice and freedom, has also been stirring up the ethnic and sectarian map of Turkey...
Commentary: No stability in sight for Somalia
After his victory over transitional President Sheikh Sharif Ahmed (widely regarded as corrupt) in September 2012, the new president has addressed a number of burning issues in the country...
The Dirty Hand of Qatar in Sudan’s Conflicts
Across the world today Qatar is so busy in trading its cash for influence in world affairs, that it has been able to compromise the diplomatic credibility of the USA, UK, much of Europe and North Africa....
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