Without Kismayo, Marehan is finished

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#1 Mar 16, 2012
Gedo looks like something out of the 1880s. Northern Sade is surrounded by straight up Mooryaans and all they have left is their claim on Kismayo, so if you don't get Kismayo, your future is finished in the Somali establishment.

I pray for you my brothers in Darood

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#2 Mar 16, 2012
FaraxZeroIncome wrote:
Gedo looks like something out of the 1880s. Northern Sade is surrounded by straight up Mooryaans and all they have left is their claim on Kismayo, so if you don't get Kismayo, your future is finished in the Somali establishment.
I pray for you my brothers in Darood
Are they the majority? Have they been there through out their history?
ceyrow

Finland

#3 Mar 16, 2012
Kismaayo belongs to a certain clan that we all know so stop day dreaming and finish ur homework son !!!!!!
Dacar

Denmark

#4 Mar 16, 2012
FaraxZeroIncome wrote:
Gedo looks like something out of the 1880s. Northern Sade is surrounded by straight up Mooryaans and all they have left is their claim on Kismayo, so if you don't get Kismayo, your future is finished in the Somali establishment.
I pray for you my brothers in Darood
Kismayo can live only men, not girl like faaraxZero. If y sure y r a man enough then try dream it.

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#5 Mar 16, 2012
Waryaa_Guy wrote:
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Are they the majority? Have they been there through out their history?
They came there largely after Siad Barre took power.

Each clan claims majority, Marehan, Ogaden and Harti.

Since 1991 it's been ruled by different factions, some Majeerteen, some Marehan

So it's basically a thing between the d-block

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#6 Mar 16, 2012
Dacar wrote:
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Kismayo can live only men, not girl like faaraxZero. If y sure y r a man enough then try dream it.
I am afraid of your people's future sxb

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#7 Mar 16, 2012
FaraxZeroIncome wrote:
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They came there largely after Siad Barre took power.
Each clan claims majority, Marehan, Ogaden and Harti.
Since 1991 it's been ruled by different factions, some Majeerteen, some Marehan
So it's basically a thing between the d-block
I see, who has the upper hand so far, kismayo from what I've heard is a beautiful place, I'm sure everyone would want to lay claim to it.

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#8 Mar 16, 2012
Al-Shabaab.

So it depends on who Al-Shabaab aids in the end.
Dacar

Denmark

#9 Mar 16, 2012
FaaraxZero these men are in action:

Col. barre Hiiraale
Gen, Yufuf Dhuumaal
Gen. Cali Madoobe
Col. Warfaa
Gen. fartaag
col. Cabaas
Col Awlibaax, all are so close to Kismaayo. Rugcadaagii soo rogaal celi.
Dacar

Denmark

#10 Mar 16, 2012
Ops sorry;

Col. Maxamud Sayid
Col. Governor Kaliil, they all have one goal; to conquer one more time Kismaayo.
Sade

United States

#11 May 7, 2012
Marehan will talke the control of kismayo inshalah and bare hirale is on the way
Nani yare

United States

#12 Jul 17, 2012
Really it is clear who belong to kismayo so don't west your time even we know majority clan in kismayo
Dacar

Vejle, Denmark

#13 Jul 17, 2012
Absame accepted second grade Jubbaland administration.

Jubbaland State Conference held in Nairobi Kenya on June 28-30, 2012 is part of the overall web of obstruction strategy unfailingly pursued by Ethiopia to prevent any chance for the rebirth of Somali State accountable to its people in the foreseeable future. The strategy is operationalized through multiple fronts, e.g., the misuse of UN Secuirty Council rule-“the Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD)[1]decides to actively remain seized of the matter of Somalia”, which means Somalia remains under IGAD’s jurisdiction, execution of counter-productive reconciliation initiatives, military occupation, creation of multiple armed factions, imposition of clan-based federalism for establishing local dependent clienteles, promotion of unscrupulous personalities for leadership and marginalization of responsible leaders, hyping up of international threats emanating from Somalia by conducting biased diplomatic campaigns.
The immediate reasons behind this ad hoc conference could be three. First, Ethiopia strives to make the overwhelmingly rejected sub-clan-based federalism as fait accompli after the United Nations declared unseen Draft Constitution as a Provisional Federal Constitution (PFC) on June 22, 2012. The expected voting of the Traditional Leaders (TLs) and the National Constituent Assembly (NCA) on the PFC is inconsequential. Second, Ethiopia wants to strengthen its grips on Somalia’s political dispensation and to thwart all efforts for Somali Unity spearheaded by few international actors. Parenthetically, with regard to Somali Unity, the extraordinary message of Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Somalia’s National Day July 1 to the people of Somalia raises a glimmer of hope.[2]Third, Ethiopia wants to deepen clan antagonisms among Somalis as a source for long term political destabilization.

Somali groups, IGAD/AU/UN, and Puntland Government issued separate communiqués highlighting certain aspects of the outcome of the conference. The reading of below reported IGAD/AU/UN communiqué[3] is important because it reveals specific information.
Jubbaland State is becoming a reality with this foundation now being adhered to by the International Community, Regional States, and the main groups involved. The Communiqué from the conference prepared and hosted by IGAD and the AU with support from the UN was signed by the 5 important groups representing the State.

1. TFG represented by the Deputy Minister Dr. Abdi Ali Hassan (Marehan/Uurmidig)

2. Gedo Defense Forces represented by Gen Abdullahi Sheikh Ismail “Fartag”(Marehan/Reer Ugaas Sharmarke)

3. Azania represented by Prof Mohamed Abdi Mohamed “Ghandi”(Ogaden/Talomoge)

4. Ras Kambooni represented by Macalim Mohamed Ibrahim (Ogaden/Mohamed Suber)

5. Ahlu Sunna Wal Jamee represented by Sheikh Mohamed Yusuf Mohamud “Aw Libaax”(Marehan/Celi)
daaudd

London, UK

#14 Sep 5, 2012
Marehan came to Kismanyu during the era of cabdiqaasim/indhacade.I am 60 year old and never heard Kismanyu iyo meel udhow waxaa dago Mareexaan. Cajiib. nin aduun joogoow maxaa aragti kuuyaalo

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#15 Jul 7, 2013
What a twist, Kenyan aid, not principled Harakat Shabaab al-Mujahideen was the key. kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk, im too khatar with siyaasad

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