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hooyo

Basel, Switzerland

#107 Jul 10, 2012
Cool wrote:
<quoted text>and the old NON somali atheist sharmuuto is back lol don't you ever get a break?
eey eey dhaleey oo noolashii eey ka dhacdeey baa taheey wixii ku dhaleey baa kugu qasaareey nijaasyahoow nacala taleeyk
Cool

West Bromwich, UK

#108 Jul 10, 2012
hooyo wrote:
<quoted text>eey eey dhaleey oo noolashii eey ka dhacdeey baa taheey wixii ku dhaleey baa kugu qasaareey nijaasyahoow nacala taleeyk
Aahahahahhahh the old SHARMUUTO atheist is angry,take a break from topix after all you don't belong here.Ask your atheist son voodoo to teach you about BEASTIALITY lol

“turn back the hands of time”

Since: Apr 10

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#110 Jul 10, 2012
sheikh voodoo wrote:
what do his family and friends say about him? you guessed, he was an angel who helped people like mother theresea.
Gunshot victim was U of T student, had ‘a great soul’(really, al capone had a great soul too)
MATTHEW ROBINSON
As his coffin was lowered into the ground, Mr. Elmi’s sister, Amal, looked on from a distance. She was among the women and children respecting tradition by waiting until the grave was covered in earth before coming closer to say goodbye to a man she said was a role model, not a criminal.
“Abdulle loved everybody. It didn’t matter who you were, what you did,” Ms. Elmi said.
(not a role model, he was even too old to be in a gang.)
“Even if it comes across that he was friends with someone in a gang ... he was friends with the person,” Ms. Elmi said.“My brother had no gang affiliations whatsoever.”
(really?)
Ms. Elmi said her brother was born in Mogadishu, Somalia. She said their parents, both highly educated, wanted their children to be “global citizens.”
(highly educated and living in the ghetto?)
Mr. Elmi studied political science at the University of Toronto, but he took a break when his student loans grew too large. His sister said he had talked about returning to school to study journalism, but lately all he could talk about was returning to Somalia to “inspire people and cause change.”
(inspire somalis to become what? dope dealers?)
Abdifatah Warsame, a youth worker with the Centre for Youth Development and Mentoring Services, said Mr. Elmi occasionally came to the centre to help members of the community.
“I want my son to be like him,” he said.
(you want your son to be like him, abandon him and your wish will be granted).
It was an image all too familiar for many of those in attendance. Just a month prior, members of the same community gathered to bury Mr. Elmi’s cousin, Ahmed Hassan, 24, who died in a shooting at the downtown Eaton Centre mall. Two weeks after that, Hussein Hussein, 28, also Somali-Canadian, was found shot to death in a Toronto condominium.
http://m.theglobeandmail.com/news/toronto/gun...
(are these somali revenge killings)?
if every somali thug and gang member becomes an angel after they are murdered, are the somali warlords considered angels too?
Sheikh Voodoo, do you work hard at being a royal jackass, or does it just come naturally to you?

We all have negative and positive sides of our personalities and all of us make choices that sometimes are good and sometimes negative. So tell me, what´s wrong with these mourners remembering the good qualities in the person they´ve just lost?

What would you want to them to do? To stand at the Janaza and curse his dead corpse out?
Sheikh Voodoo

Melbourne, Australia

#111 Jul 10, 2012
INSEARCH_OF wrote:
<quoted text>
Sheikh Voodoo, do you work hard at being a royal jackass, or does it just come naturally to you?
We all have negative and positive sides of our personalities and all of us make choices that sometimes are good and sometimes negative. So tell me, what´s wrong with these mourners remembering the good qualities in the person they´ve just lost?
What would you want to them to do? To stand at the Janaza and curse his dead corpse out?
listen INSEARCH, you are right every human has positive sides, and it is a good thing for family and friends to dwell upon it on their wake/jenazah which is good process for grieving. but, what i find preposterous is giving an interview to the media denying all links with gangs and drugs trade. they could ask the media to give them some space as part of a private family grieving.

remember that i started this thread asking why somalis can't cooperate with the cops, and snitch all these gang wannabe's for the common good of their community, and also, to save these bastards from butchering each other. now, they are totally in denial and the numbers of the body bags keeps growing. i bet that all these deaths are revenge killings. when will it stop? if they don't trust the cops, the least they could do is form their own communal vigilante group against these gangsters, and send them a stern warning that they won't tolerate them. but, it will be better if the authorities take the driving seat and the community cooperates with the police.
Adeer Abdi

Göteborg, Sweden

#112 Jul 10, 2012
sheikh vodoo australia is racist country and you live in australia ,its hard for you to understand how like good non racist countries like canada treat black people,all whites are not the same ...even the poor indians are running away from australia shame on you guys ! just watch this video abaout australian racism http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xryq0s_dumb-...
Sheikh Voodoo

Camberwell, Australia

#113 Dec 9, 2012
According to Somalis, they are all great blokes even when they commit a heinous home invassion crime such as this. If he was a great guy, then god forbid we shouldn't meet the bad ones. Another one bites the dust. Good riddance.

Friends shocked after York University student shot in alleged home invasion.

Friends of a York University student killed in an alleged Mississauga home invasion early Friday are shocked by his sudden death.

Ibrahim Abukar, 22, was shot dead on Corkstone Glade after allegedly breaking into a home with two other men. Police said a deadly struggle ensued after the intruders were confronted by the homeowner.

“I’m just flabbergasted right now; I’m shocked,” Mohamud Karim, who met Abukar almost 10 years ago in high school, said.“Anybody who meets this guy would say he’s just a kind, welcoming person who’s outgoing.”

During his off times from studying at York's Schulich School of Business, friends said Abukar coached youth through the Somali Youth Basketball League, where he spent most of his Saturdays.

“He would give advice to kids to go to post-secondary school. A real model for the Somali community,” said Karim.“He was warm.”

The Somali Student Association at York University released a statement Saturday, referring to Abukar as “a beautiful man who’s touched so many in our world.”

In response to comments on Facebook, a spokesperson for the association said Abukar was at a meeting Thursday night discussing racial profiling and how to rehabilitate prisoners back into society when they’re released.

Mohamed Ali grew up in the same neighbourhood as Abukar.

“Flamboyant, charismatic, down-to-earth, understanding. These are the words that come to mind,” he said.

Karim remembers Abukar giving him advice on his wedding day.

“He was like just be patient; life is a test. He was actually giving me advice,” Karim said.“He’s way younger than me and I was really humbled. I’m like, this guy is really remarkable.”

Friends said Abukar was entrepreneurial, and was developing a mobile app.

Mohamed Hassan also knew Abukar since childhood. He learned of his friend’s death while heading to work Friday.

“The guy had a bright future,” said Hassan, adding Abukar was supposed to be best man at a wedding next month.

“Everything good that people want for their kids, he was the perfect example,” said Hassan.

All three friends said he wasn’t the type for criminal behaviour.

“He always avoided that crowd,” Hassan said.“He always told the young guys it’s not the way.”

Peel homicide detectives are investigating Abukar’s death and said Saturday night there were no updates in the case. Mike Vrga, the owner of the home where the shooting took place, received minor injuries in the incident. Police are looking for any witnesses that may be able to provide details on the two suspects who fled the scene.

http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/crime/article...
Manuka

London, UK

#114 Dec 9, 2012
@ Sheikh Voodoo

NO snitching!!!!!!!!!!

Sheikh Voodoo

Saint Kilda, Australia

#116 Jun 20, 2013
Somali community claims police brutality in Dixon raids.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/story/2...

The article states that "police and tactical squads stormed an apartment complex on Dixon Road as part of a year-long sting operation targeting guns, gangs and drugs. The investigation yielded 44 arrests and police said they seized $570,000 in cash, 42 firearms and 175 kilograms of drugs during the raids. They are seeking 10 more suspects."

What happens when a whole community supports drug dealers, killers and criminals and are hostile towards the authorities who are risking their lives, so the residents of that hell-hole can enjoy peace and law and order just like any other normal human-beings. The next day, they will be complaining why and who is killing our sons (drug dealers killing one another) and their parents will face the media and claim, "my dead son was an angel". How do you deal with such people?
thehassanabdi

UK

#117 Jun 20, 2013
Sheikh Voodoo wrote:
Somali community claims police brutality in Dixon raids.
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/story/2...
The article states that "police and tactical squads stormed an apartment complex on Dixon Road as part of a year-long sting operation targeting guns, gangs and drugs. The investigation yielded 44 arrests and police said they seized $570,000 in cash, 42 firearms and 175 kilograms of drugs during the raids. They are seeking 10 more suspects."
What happens when a whole community supports drug dealers, killers and criminals and are hostile towards the authorities who are risking their lives, so the residents of that hell-hole can enjoy peace and law and order just like any other normal human-beings. The next day, they will be complaining why and who is killing our sons (drug dealers killing one another) and their parents will face the media and claim, "my dead son was an angel". How do you deal with such people?
The PIG is again busy on somalis! Don't you ever feel shame to be so foolishly obsessed with others??
Adam of Isaaqland

West Hartford, CT

#118 Jun 20, 2013
Fu@k the police! I stay strapped all day everyday.
Sheikh Voodoo

Richmond, Australia

#119 Jun 25, 2013
Adam of Isaaqland wrote:
Fu@k the police! I stay strapped all day everyday.
Adam what are you strapped with? Is that your real I.P or a proxy one? Isn't West Hartford in Connecticut, United States?

Manuka

Prove that you can be enlisted and report Adam.
Sheikh Voodoo

Richmond, Australia

#120 Sep 26, 2013
The killings continue because the parents have passed the death & destruction of the Somali Olympic torch to their children, but when the police chief asks them to cooperate with them, so they could stop this mayhem, the police chief is accused of racism. How do you deal with people with such mentality?

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