Inkasta oo ay suurta gal tahay in aadnay dawlada Chinahu aaminsanin muhiimada diinta Allah(swt) u leedahay guud ahaanba nolosha adamaha,oo Chinahu mabda ahaan yahay dawlad shuuci ah hadana waxaa dhamaan mabadiida caalamku isku waafaqsan tahay in adamigu xor u ahaado fikirkiisa,diintiisa iyo waxaa uu aaminsan yahay,sidaa darteed Chinaha waxaa la gudboon in uu horiyada diimaha tixgeliyo gaar ahaan dhibaatada baahsan ee uu ku hayo dadka Muslimiinta ah ee Chinaha gaar ahaan kuwa dalkaas ee loo yaqaan Uighurs.
Dad badani waxay Aminsan yihiin in xanuunkan COVID-19 uu yahay digniin Allah oo kuwajahan Xusuusinta Adamaha in ay Cadaalada ilaaliyaan oo aaney ku xadgudbin xuquuqda dadka kale ay u lee yihiin fikirkooda diineed sidaa darteed waxaa ka dhalandoona ciqaabo waaweyn hadii dad lagula kaco dulmi iyo takoorid waxaa uu doono ha aminsanadeed waayo qofka aminaanta fikiriga ah isaga iyo Allah abuuray ayey u dhaxaysaa oo waa xisaab shaqsiyadeed, ma aha mid u taala dawlad iyo cid kale toona sidaa darteed dawlada China waxaa la gudboon inay cadaadiska,dhibta iyo takoorka ka qaado qayaha dadkeeda ka mida ee ay u sameysatey xeryaha lagu ciqaabo dadkeedana u cadaaladsameyso, qof aan dambi kale gelina in lagu bartilmaameedsado waa Muslin waa xaqdaro weyn oo laga galey dadka muslin ka ah iyo xoriyada adamaha.
QM (UN) ayaa qiyaasta in inka badan hal milyan oo muslimiin ah ay ku xabisan yihiin xirooyin ku yaalla gobolka Xinjiang.
Mareykanka ayaa noqday dawladii ugu horeysey ee cunaqabateen ku soo rogta dalka chinaha arin la xidhiidha Musliminta dalkaasi ee lagu hayo xadgudubyada balse caalamka intiisa kale waxay ka daawanayaan daaqadaha,waxaa loo bahay yahay in dawlada china ay ka qaado takoorka ay ku hayso dadkeeda Muslimiinta ah ee iyaga oo dambi gelin lagu dhibaateenayo maxaa Allah ugu hogaansantihiin,Aduunka cidna cidkale kama tirtiri karto aan ahayn Allah doonistiina sidaa darteed adamaha waxaa la gudboon in ay qolowalba fikirkooda loo daayo oo diintooda si kor ah u haystaan diinta Islamkuna waa diin nabadeed oo ogol in shucuubtu kuwada nolaato sinaan,cadaalad iyo isjacayl sidaa darteed chinaha waxaa la gudboon in uu dadkaasi ilaaliyo xuquuqdooda, ma muuqato dhibaato ay dadka muslimiinta ah ee shiinuhu ku hayaan dadka kale ee shiinaha iyo dawladaba balse waa baqdin uu shiinuhu ka qabo diinta islamka sidaa darteed shinahu intii uu cabsi aan jirin iyo nacab shaki ku dhisan u cadaadin lahaa dadka muslinka ah ee dalkiisa waxaa haboon in uu caadi u arko waayo kumanaansanadood ayey dadkani Muslin ahaayeen dhibna kuma hayaan chinaha.
Shirka Jabuuti waxaa uu ahaa mucjisadii 2020 ee Siyaasada geeska Afrika,shirkani wuxuu ahaa mid la sugayey mudo dheer oo dad badani filayeen in maalin uun iman doono shir noociisa ah.
Shirka waxaa uu ahaa mid siyaasiintii soo qabanqaabeyey iyo dalalkii dabada ka wadey toona aaney xisaabta ku darsan DURDURO GEEL BAA KUJABA DAMAACUNA WAA XUN YAHAY,DANTUNA WAA LAMA HURAAN!
Ugu horeyntii waxaa la bilaabay Furitaankii Shirka, nin waliba rabitaankiisii buu ceelka keeney, Jewigii Shirka waxaa bedelay Khudbadii Madaxweynaha Somaliland oo mudo ka badan 20 daqiidadood dhegaha wufuudada qaarkood ku ahayd sawaariikhdii iyo madaafiicidii dawladii Somaliya 1988 kii ku garaaceysey maatidii iyo dadkii rayidka ahaa ee deganaa Somaliland xiligaa,raga qaar baa nidayada ka lahaa mar uun miyuu mudane Muuse bixi afka isku qabto oo uu naga dhaafo taariikhda uu runta ka sheegayo,kashifaada beesha caalamka dhexdeeda marna may fileynin,rag badan kursiga dirqi ayey ugu fadhiyeen maney rabin in ay maqlaan Somaliland xasuuqii loo geystey in lagu xisaabtamayo balse waxay la ahayd in 30 sanood ee Somaliland xorta ahayd la ilaabay.
Wejigii shirka waxaa bedelay xogtii la is xusuusiyey waxaa bedelay in Somaliland Somaliya ka go in ee ay ahaayeen laba dal oo ku midoobey si doonis ah,markii dambena ku kala baxay rabitaanka dadkii markii horaba hormoodka ka ahaa midowgu markey kala kulmeen dalkii ay la midoobeen
Tacadiyada ilaa hada xalka loo la yahay. Somaliland Abaal bay ku lee dahay dadyowga geeska afrika iyo Caalamkaba waayo:
- Itoobiya waxay Somaliland la lee dahay xuduud balaadhan xuduudkaas ciidamada Jamhuuriyada Somaliland baa kaga xijaaban in itoobiya nabadeeda la waxyeeleeyo,itoobiya way kaga nasatey in cadow uga soo galo dhinaca Somaliland 30 Sanoba khatarta itoobiya kaga iman lahayd waxaa kaga gudbanaa dawlada iyo Shacabka Somaliland itoobiya iyada ayaa la weydiin bal iney Somaliland abaalkaa u hayso iyo in kale
- Jabuutina waa la mid sida Somaliland u ilaaliso nabadgelyada itoobiya ee xuduudka ay la wadaagto Somaliland ayaa kan Jabuutina Somaliland u ilaalisaa sidaa darteed Somaliland oo nabad ah waxay dan u tahay Jabuuti iyo Itoobiyaba
- Somaliya iyo Somaliland xuduudka ay wadaagaan waa mid ciidamad qaranka Somaliland ilaaliyaan degenashaha xuduudka ee dhinaca Somaliya waxaa suurta geliyey ciidamada qaranka ee Somaliland inkasta oo Somaliya mar walba carqad ku tahay nabada xuduudkaasi.
- Bulshada caalamka nabadgelyadooda iyo danahoodaba si hagar la’aan ah ayey Somaliland u ilaalisaa waxaa beda dheer ee Somaliland ku nabadgaley isku socodka maraakiibta caalamka iskaga gooja iyaga oo aan 30 sano ee ay Somaliland jirtey aaney jirin hal Markab oo laga afduubay xeebaha balaadhan ee Somaliland iyada oo xitaa caalamku wax tar muuqda u geysan ciidamada bada ee Somaliland oo ah kuwa sida nafhurida ah u ilaaliya nabada ceebaha bada cas inta Somaliland u dhow.
Hadaba dawladaha jarka la ah Somaliland iyo kuwa caalamkaba waxaa ku haboon iney abaalka Somaliland ku lee dahay qirsanaadaan kuna dadaalaan wax la qabadka iyo taageerada qarankan Somaliland oo muujiyey dadal badan.
Tan kale shirkaasi Jabuuti ee todobkan ka socday jabuuti wuxuu huga ka tuurey kuwo badan oo markii horeba aan rabin in xal loo helo mushaakilka somaliya iyo Somaliland kuwaasi oo aad borortooda baraha bulshada ku badan yahay sida ay dadka qaarkii qabaan dadkaa uu shirku qaawiyey waa kuwo iskugu jira :
- Dambiilayaashii xasuuqa u geystey shacabka Somaliland 1988
- Kuwii dilaalinta ka ahaa qadiyada Somaliya iyo Somaliland ee ka ganacsada dhiiga shacbigooda somaliya iyo Somaliland ba oo aan rabin in xal laga gaadho arimahan
- Dad aan fahsaneynba arimaha laysku hayo balse qabyaalidi madax martey iwm.
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The request comes a week before the highly anticipated memoir was set to be published.
The Trump administration sued the former national security adviser John R. Bolton on Tuesday to try to delay publication of his highly anticipated memoir about his time in the White House, saying the book contained classified information that would compromise national security if it became public.
The book, “The Room Where It Happened,” is set for release on June 23. Administration officials have repeatedly warned Mr. Bolton against publishing it.
Mr. Bolton made clear in a statement this week that his book contained explosive details about his time at the White House. He and Mr. Trump clashed on significant policy issues like Iran, North Korea and Afghanistan, and in his book, Mr. Bolton also confirmed accusations at the heart of the Democratic impeachment case over the president’s dealings with Ukraine, according to details from his manuscript previously reported by The New York Times.
The Justice Department accused him of short-circuiting a government review that he had agreed to participate in for any eventual manuscript before even accepting the post in 2018.
Mr. Bolton is breaking that agreement, “unilaterally deciding that the prepublication review process is complete and deciding for himself whether classified information should be made public,” department lawyers wrote in a breach of contract lawsuit against Mr. Bolton filed in federal court in Washington.
The book’s publisher, Simon & Schuster, has already printed and distributed copies, and the lawsuit did not name it as a party, in an apparent nod to the constitutional and practical impediments to trying to stop it. Instead, the Justice Department asked a judge to seize Mr. Bolton’s proceeds from the book deal and to order him to try to persuade Simon & Schuster to pull back the book and dispose of copies until the review is completed.
- Thanks for reading The Times.
Mr. Bolton’s lawyer, Charles J. Cooper, did not immediately respond to a request for comment. He has said that his client acted in good faith and that the Trump administration is abusing a standard review process to prevent Mr. Bolton from revealing information that is merely embarrassing to President Trump, but not a threat to national security.
A spokesman for Simon & Schuster called the lawsuit “nothing more than the latest in a long-running series of efforts by the administration to quash publication of a book it deems unflattering to the president.”
While insider books vex many administrations, it is rare for one to sue to delay them before publication. Several former White House lawyers from Democratic and Republican administrations said they could not recall a similar legal effort to stop a book by a former White House official.
Source : http://www.nytimes.com
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Madaxweynaha Somaliland Mudane Muuse Biixi 14 June 2020 Djibouti
Madaxweynaha Somaliya Mudane Maxamed Cabdilahi. Farmaajo is coming soon
Somaliya iyo Somaliland waa laba dal oo walaalo ah,isku mid ah balse waayuhu kala duwan waxaa kala qaybiyey gumeystihii caalamkaba kala qaybiyey,ee dhigay xuduudaha iyo khariiradaha kala duwan ee caalamka maanta ka jira ee loo aqoon yahay kuwo rasmi ah Sidaa darteed Somaliland waxay Ilaalinaysaa xuduudaheeda ay la wadaagto Somaliya, Somaliya iyo Somaliland waxay midoobeen 1 July 1960 kii Waxayna Kala noqdeen 18 May 1991,maanta waayaha labada dal waa kala duwan yihiin waayo:-
1- Somaliya waa dal ku jira marxalada gacanta bulshada caalamka oo waxaa ilaaliya UNISOM ciidamo ka Socda ,Halka Somaliland ay nabadgelyadeeda Masuul ka yihiin Ciidamo Somalilander ah oo suga dhamaanba amaanka iyo kala dambeynta xuduudaha Somaliland
2- Somaliya Maamulka soocdimaheeda waxaa maamula xoogag kala duwan oo kala hadaf ah sida Alshabaab,dawlada federalka ah,Dawlad goboleedyada, UNISOM ,dawladaha Jaarka la ah sida kuwa Kenya iyo Etoobiya Halka Somaliland maamulka dalkeeda uu gacanta ugu jiro hayadaha dawliga ah ee Somaliland kuwaas oo leh dhamaan waxyaha saldhiga u ah dawlad madaxbanaan
3- Somaliya nabad kama jirto maalinkasta waxaa ku dhinta dad aan waxba galabsan kuwaas oo markhaati u ah in aaney nabadgelyada somaliya tahay mida ugu liidata ee aduunka madaxa banaan, halka Somaliland degaanadeedu ay yihiin kuwo nabada oo leh isla xisaabtan iyo ilaalinta nabada.
Hadaba Somaliland oo xukunta dhamaan degaanada Somaliland nabadeeduna sugan tahay weliba kaalin muuqada kaga jirta nabada geeska afrika xuduudaheeda ka adag sugta nabada jaararkeeda in Somaliya oo aan ka jirin nabadi ka taliyaan kooxo kala duwan in maanta laga hadlo midnimo waa fikir aan sax ahayn ugu yaraan waa in somaliya la soo dhisaa cid keliya ay ka talisaa ka dib laga wada hadlaa danaha labada umadood iyo dal balse dhul gubanaya oo aan dabkaa laga bakhtiin in dabkii la soo qaado oo somaliland la keeno caqligaasi ma mid caafimaad qabaa soo ma aha aan dabka sudho dhulkaaga nabada ah. Balse hadii dabkaa loo soo gudbiyo somaliland yaa ka faa’iidaya fikirka saxa ahi waa og yahay danta iyo macaashka ugu badan iney ka helayaan Al-shabaab,Qabqablayaalka dagaanka iyo dalalka dantooda ka arka dagaalada iyo kharbudaada dalalka ah waxaana guul darada ugu weyn la kulmidoona Ethoipa iyo Jabouti oo Somaliland nabadeedu kaga gudban tahay sharar badan oo aan indhaha caadiga ahi arki karin hadii aan weyneyso lagu eegin, Somaliya awalba waa gubaneysey oo dabku dab ugama duwana Somalilandna way iska moosin fidida dabka balse jabouti iyo Ethoipa ayaaney xaalkoodu noqon waxbadso wax beel bay lee dahay Sidaa darteed Badheedhaha dadka Somaliland waxaa uu yahay Dabka Xamar qabsaday halkiisa ha lagu damiyo Somaliland na halgu garabgalo adkeynta nabadeeda hagar daamadana halaga ilaaliyo hadii kale dabkaa muqdisho ka holcaya patrol ka ku sii shuba si holocu u gaadho meelo nabada oo ay ka mid yihiin dalalka jaarka ah wooyo fidmada meel ku kooban hadii la rabo in somaliland dabkeeda la sudho Allah kaga filan balse cidina ka faa’iidimeyso fidmo hor leh.
Edna, awarded an honorary doctorate in the School of Health and Social Care, was the first Somali woman to study in the UK, and the first to work as a qualified nurse
Edna Adan Ismail (Nursing, 1956), who has been awarded an honorary doctorate in the School of Health and Social Care, was the first Somali woman to study in the UK, and the first to work as a qualified nurse. She is also Somaliland’s first female politician, and has built her own teaching hospital and university, with the aim of raising standards of healthcare and education in her homeland.
“When I was growing up in British Somaliland, girls didn’t go to school. My parents were both literate, though, and our house was full of books. My father invited the local boys to come and sit on our veranda after school, and hired a tutor to help them with their homework. That’s where I first began to decipher the mysteries of reading and writing. Eventually I was sent to school in Djibouti, in French Somaliland, where my aunt was a teacher.
“My mother’s female friends were worried that if I got an education, no one would want to marry me. They couldn’t understand why I wasn’t happy to stay at home and learn to cook like the other girls. I wanted to get educated, and I wanted to run and play and climb trees like the boys. I proved them all wrong in the end, as I did all those things and still ended up marrying the man who had been the president of Somaliland!
Healthcare from an early age
“From an early age, I worked alongside my father in his hospital. I’d go in and help him during the school holidays, or whenever he needed an extra pair of hands. There were no bandages, so one of my jobs would be to cut sheets into strips, boil them, iron them and roll them up. If he had to go away, he’d leave me notes: make sure they feed this child properly, or remove those sutures. I’d listen to his frustrations too, about the lack of materials and poor facilities. I promised myself that one day I would create the kind of hospital my father would have loved to work in.
“I came to London to study pre-nursing at the Borough Polytechnic in 1954. I had a scholarship paid for by the British government. I’d never travelled further than Djibouti before but I’d seen films and pictures of London and knew what it looked like, although the sheer size and number of people came as a surprise. My first home was in digs in Balham. The family had children around my age, and one of the daughters taught me how to ride the buses and get around. I’m still in touch with them today.
“Midwifery was not my first choice of specialisation. I really wanted to specialise in surgery. It was the one time I remember my father really questioning one of my decisions. He said, yes, surgery is great. But what are you going to do for the women back home in Somaliland who need you at the most vulnerable time in their lives? And I thought, after all the opportunities I’ve had and the freedom I’ve enjoyed, I should think about giving something back. I did Part 1 and fell in love with midwifery.
“There was never any question in my mind that I would come back to Somaliland. I was very clear that the knowledge and experience I was gaining in England was for the benefit of the people here. When I came back, there was a definite air of optimism. The British had left, and Somaliland was independent. Still, the infrastructure was virtually non-existent and no one knew what to do with a female nurse, nor how to pay one – I worked for 22 months without a salary.
Getting into politics
“Becoming the First Lady gave me an opportunity to be a role model. The assumption was that I would give up working, but I didn’t. Many people thought I was doing a great disservice to my husband, but he was always very supportive. It was around this time – in the late 1960s – that I started training auxiliaries in the hospital to take better care of the women. From there, I started inviting girls who’d been my pupils back when I was a schoolteacher to come in and help me. Their families didn’t want them to get involved with the patients. But slowly, slowly, they began to get interested and excited by the possibilities. Of that first group, five got scholarships to study in England, and three came back to work here. That’s really how nursing in this country got started.
“How do you build a hospital in a country with no infrastructure? You just get up and do it. The Edna Adan Maternity Hospital is actually my second hospital – the first, in Mogadishu in neighbouring Somalia, fell into the hands of the warlords during the civil war. The fact that there was no infrastructure, and that so many people doubted me, just made me more determined. I put everything I had into it – all my savings from my years working with WHO, and the proceeds from selling my jewellery and my car – plus donations from the local community and from the diaspora worldwide. I always kept that picture in my mind of the woman who is smelly, who is bleeding, who doesn’t have anywhere else to go. That’s the person I want to help.
“I was co-opted into becoming a politician. When I was first asked to become the Minister for Social Affairs, I said no. My hospital had only been open for five months, and I felt like a mother with a new baby. Then the new president got his wife on the case and she used the magic words, remember, you’ll be opening the door for other women. So I agreed to split my time 50/50. There were no buildings, so we turned a floor of the hospital into the Ministry. From there, I went on to become Foreign Minister.
“Now we have 200 staff, and I’ve established a university too, with 1500 students. We offer courses in nursing, midwifery, public health, nutrition, veterinary health, pharmacy, laboratory and medicine– it’s very comprehensive. This is my way of helping us develop and keep the talent we so desperately need in the country, and stopping our young people falling prey to human trafficking and terrorism. My next target is teacher training. We need to professionalise teaching here, and make sure our children are getting a proper education.
On taking time off
“I was born with a strong desire to fix things. Why should I have downtime? When I need to recharge my batteries, I go out to my family’s camel farms and feed the newborn calves – that’s very therapeutic. But I don’t take much time off.”
I’m 81 this year, and I don’t have time to waste. There are still so many things I want to do. Holidays can wait.
– Edna Adan IsmailSources: LSBU (London South Bank University )
Dhamaantiin aynu u soo ducayno Edo Khadra Cabdi-Dhuudhi oo Saaka Ku geeriyootey Cariga Mareykanka in Alle Naxariistiisa Jano Farduusa Geeyo Amin Yaa Rabi……