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Somalis jokingly says Majeerteen originally came from India or SriLanka! Is there any truth to that theory or are they trying to insult us MJs?
I don't insult qabil sxb. But Cabdullahi Yusuf waa nacas foqol nacas sri laken Xabashi lover. He is worse then Addiid or even Mooryaans!!
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Deby is Zaghawa .well not pure one since his mom is a Gorane
hi tshad i meant idriis is half somali from the mother side he is garre/gorran but hussain haber is gurgure of somali dir
in somalia there are proto somalis who splited from oromo in the revierenland like garre,dabarre,dagodia,karrenle ,gurgure in harrar in eawash river so in the west of them are the christian westren oromo at the suan border of gadaarif of sudan so these proto somali in sudan and chad so hussain habar or in french habre
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I've removed the following text from the article. It seems more appropriate for this talk page.-- Gyrofrog (talk) 19:51, 6 February 2007 (UTC)
Garre are not related to Digil and Rahwein. This is just more of a regional association rather than blood relation. In fact Garre are proto somali who are more related to Rendille, Gabra and Sakuye they are closely related to Gorane in chad. They moved south during the breakup of Bornu kingdom, They have similar tribal markings to teda or tebu. The Garre also live among the AFars, The arsi(oromo) they are known as the Karre, in fact they are Garre clans who are the same as kireda of chad. Tubu are what the Garre clan refer to as Tuuf, and Gorane are Goran. They also known is Sudan as Karran.—The preceding unsigned comment was added by 140.153.231.84 (talk • contribs) 18:55, 6 February 2007 (UTC)
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To the reader: Most information posted about Garre’s (also spelled as Gharri) online is limited and inaccurate. In 1991, there was an Oromo Elder’s meeting that took place and the Garre population were ignorantly labeled as “Somalian“. Since then, misinformation about the true identity of Garre’s has spread. The division of lands (ie: Ethiopia Moyale and Somalia Moyale) have nothing to do with clan names and tribal affiliations. Garre’s are not Somalian. Garre’s are an ethnic group that have settled in Ethiopia for many centuries: who have never migrated from Somalia. They are a Cushitic ethnic group who have been colonized by the Abyssinians, just like their surrounding neighbors. They are a one of the five Mother-Tribes of the Oromo people (Borana’s being the other). This may go against people’s political allegiances, but that has nothing to do with genealogy and tribal history. The Garre people and the Borana people both share some of the same customs, crafts, traditions and language. Although Borana's have maintained more of their indeginous roots. Their main difference is their religions because Garre’s have been Muslim for many generations. Garre's religion of Islam is the only thing in common with Somalia. Due to trade routes and villages close to the Somalian and Kenyan borders, Garre people have naturally adapted the Somalian and Swaheili language. Therefore, Garre's are very diverse and adaptable.
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I've removed the following text from the article. It seems more appropriate for this talk page.-- Gyrofrog (talk) 19:51, 6 February 2007 (UTC)
Garre are not related to Digil and Rahwein. This is just more of a regional association rather than blood relation. In fact Garre are proto somali who are more related to Rendille, Gabra and Sakuye they are closely related to Gorane in chad. They moved south during the breakup of Bornu kingdom, They have similar tribal markings to teda or tebu. The Garre also live among the AFars, The arsi(oromo) they are known as the Karre, in fact they are Garre clans who are the same as kireda of chad. Tubu are what the Garre clan refer to as Tuuf, and Gorane are Goran. They also known is Sudan as Karran.—The preceding unsigned comment was added by 140.153.231.84 (talk • contribs) 18:55, 6 February 2007 (UTC)
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Please we request you to remove this article because it is an offensive saying that the origins of Garre are not clear. the tensions are very high we are speaking on behalf of Garre elders,scholars and youths(as we are Garre we know our origins,Garre is a son of Gardheere(is a brother of Gaaljecel and Degodia)but we know that now they are a sub clan of Digil therefore we disagreed this article so kindly please remove this article or make it Garre is Somalian clan and as everyone knows is one of largest clans they live in Kenya,Ethopia and Somalia.please dont cause to take any action against you.—Preceding unsigned comment added by Jaale10 (talk • contribs) 19:33, 7 February 2009
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An editor has complained about offensive misinformation in the article (see comment in previous section dated 19:33, 7 February 2009). I can't judge whether it's offensive or inaccurate, but it is entirely unattributed and, as such, is subject to removal. I'm moving the text here from the article space. I have left the lede intact, as it doesn't seem to contain anything controversial.-- Gyrofrog (talk) 22:14, 9 February 2009 (UTC)
The origins of the Garre are not clear, and there are some conflicting traditions among clan members. One tradition assumes that the Garre are of Samaale origin being descendants of Garedheere Samaale. However, there are other traditions that associate the Garre Tuuf to the Hawiye clan, while the Quranyow Mohamed have traditional links to the Dir subclans of Mohamed Xinfitire. Complicating matters further is the recent Garre association with the Digil subclan of the Rahanweyn, which would make the Garre closely affiliated with the Tunni and Jiido of the lower Jubba valley. According to the legend, the first Garre ancestor, Aw Mohamed, crossed the Gulf of Aden into present day Somalia in 652AD. He was an Islamic scholar and a preacher. Because he was bearded, the Somalis named him "Garrow" or Gardheer." He married a Hawiye woman who sired two boys and a girl. The first-born son was named Tuff, and the younger son Qur'an; the daughter was named Makka. The Garre migrated to the Gedo region of Ethiopia where they met the Oromos who were expanding towards the Coast of Kenya in 13th century.[citation needed] They were defeated and subdued by the more populous Oromos. However, during the famous Kedh-gurai, the majority of Garres, under the leadership of King Bulle Hussein and other members of the council of elders -- Aw Anabo Osman, Aw Aloiw Hache, Aw Bakal Bashar and Aw Abbey Umur Mudhow Muss -- returned to Somalia via Afmadhow and into Luuq. Another group, under Ali Abdi, migrated into Ethiopia and settled in "Did Libaan" or the plains of Liben. These are the Garre-Libaan or Garre Ali Abdi. The Garres who migrated to Somalia under the leadership of Aw Bulle Hussein are referred to as Garre Konfur. Many people doubt that the Tuff and Quran are children of the same father. Genealogically, the Tuff Garre and Quranyowa Mohamed are brothers. One using the actual name of his father, while the other uses the nickname of his father. The Garre are divided into Tuff and Quranyowa sub-clans; the Tuffs further into Ali and Adola; the Quranyow into Asare and Furkesha.
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Deby is Zaghawa .well not pure one since his mom is a Gorane and he did his study in Officers' School in N'Djamena and after he went in France from where he return with with a professional pilot certificate in 1976 .He never went study in Somalia in the 80 like you said cause he was already studying in Chad and then he went to France and from there ,he was fighting Libyans and then Hissen Habre with the help of the Libyans that he made peace with after
sorry i think hussain habre is garre and not gurgure of dir i was wondering why the dir viseted him in mogadisho in 81 when without invitation he vesited qoryoolay and met the garre elders may be he was looking for garre who are related with gorane in the northern desert of chad wich is his chadian clan

"main rebel zones in Chad: the east and the south. Rebels frequently ally and fracture. A growing number of rebel groups reflect an instability presumed at the centre. Differences between the rebel factions often stem from ethnic or tribal rivalries -- Nouri is a member of the Gorane tribe from northern Chad clan like former president Hissine Habre,
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[QUOTE who="tshad[/QUOTE]

http://www.topix.com/forum/world/somalia/TNLC...

What do you think about this idea ?

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<quoted text> sorry i think hussain habre is garre and not gurgure of dir i was wondering why the dir viseted him in mogadisho in 81 when without invitation he vesited qoryoolay and met the garre elders may be he was looking for garre who are related with gorane in the northern desert of chad wich is his chadian clan
"main rebel zones in Chad: the east and the south. Rebels frequently ally and fracture. A growing number of rebel groups reflect an instability presumed at the centre. Differences between the rebel factions often stem from ethnic or tribal rivalries -- Nouri is a member of the Gorane tribe from northern Chad clan like former president Hissine Habre,
ya i know that Nourri and Habre belong to the same tribe but also to the same clan : Anakaza tribe .another famous gorane is Goukouni Oueddei who was a former president of Chad .
i didnt know that you knew a lit bit of Chad people and history
maybe i should try to learn more about Somalis people
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I simply cant understand how the Garre of Somalia and the Gurrane of Chad are related. They live a long way from each other and they speak different languages; nilo-saharan and afro-asiatic.
But the hamitic Y-DNA E1b1b1a is also very strong in Darfur so it must also be strong in eastern Chad.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:E1b1b1a1b_V...
So did cushites like the Garre bring the Y-DNA E1b1b1a to Chad ? And when did the garre migrate into Chad ?
But by the way I dont think that the rendille ar proto-somali because the rendille are a mix between nilo-saharans and cushitic somalis. But the Rendille are one of the founding clans of the hawiye, because when the original hawiye migrated to southern Somalia they moved west and mixed with the rendille who where a mix between original cushites and invading nilo-saharans and then the hawiye migrated back toward the coast again.
But I dont understand the connection between the rendille and the Bornu empire of Ni g eria.
But the chadians and also the people from northern camaroon and Ni ger are culturally and genetically very close to the hamites ( tuaregs , cushites and egyptians), because the hausa people in Ni ger speak a hamitic chadic language and the fulani/fulbe people carry the somali Y-DNA T. Both the hausa and the fulani believe that they migrated from Eritrea or Sudan towards the west.
But some tribes of Cameroon and Chad have 96% caucasoid indo-european Y-DNA R. This is very strange, they say that they are descendants of the hyksos and the jews.
But thank for your information. Look at waht i wrote to Somaliluver before i knew about the Somali-Chad connection:
http://www.topix.com/forum/world/somalia/TNLC...
So the chadians and the northern camoroons are also caucasoids with black skin.
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ya i know that Nourri and Habre belong to the same tribe but also to the same clan : Anakaza tribe .another famous gorane is Goukouni Oueddei who was a former president of Chad .
i didnt know that you knew a lit bit of Chad people and history
maybe i should try to learn more about Somalis people
Well I want to apologize because I a long time ago called northern sudanese arabs arabized negroes - I am sorry. I have nothing against negroes and arabs, but you are not negroes.

I know know that chadians are related to europeans like the hamites are. The interesting thing is that chadians and people from northern camaroon are related to the celtic people of Europe.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:R1bmap.JPG

You are even more Celtic than the many europeans:

C Africa Ouldeme Cameroon (Nth) AA/Chadic 22 95.5% 95.5%
C Africa Hausa Ni geria (North) AA/Chadic 10 20.0% 20.0%
C Africa Fulbe Ni ger NC/Atlantic 7 14.3% 14.3%
C Africa Mada Cameroon (Nth) AA/Chadic 17 82.4% 82.4%
C Africa Guiziga Cameroon (Nth) AA/Chadic 9 77.8% 77.8%
C Africa Daba Cameroon (Nth) AA/Chadic 19 42.1%
C Africa Guidar Cameroon (Nth) AA/Chadic 9 66.7%
C Africa Other Chadic Cameroon (Nth) AA/Chadic 4 75.0%
C Africa Moundang Cameroon (Nth) NC/Adamawa 21 66.7%

" As can be seen in the above data table, R1b1a is found in northern Cameroon in west central Africa at a very high frequency, where it is considered to be caused by a pre-Islamic movement of people from Eurasia.[16][20]"

R1b*(that is R1b with no subsequent distinguishing SNP mutations) is extremely rare. Two cases were reported in a large study of Turkey.[4] In a study of Jordan it was found that no less than 20 out of all 146 men tested (13.7%), including most notably 20 out of 45 men tested from the Dead Sea area, were positive for M173 (R1) but negative for P25 and M269, mentioned above, as well as the R1a markers SRY10831.2 and M17, so they are either R1b* or R1a*.[14] Hassan et al.(2008) found an equally surprising 14 out of 26 (54%) of Sudanese Fulani who were M173+ and P25-.[15] Wood et al. report 2 Egyptian cases of R1-M173 which were negative for SRY10831 (R1a1) and P25 (R1b1), out of a sample of 1122 males from various African countries, including 92 from Egypt

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I simply cant understand how the Garre of Somalia and the Gurrane of Chad are related. They live a long way from each other and they speak different languages; nilo-saharan and afro-asiatic.
But the hamitic Y-DNA E1b1b1a is also very strong in Darfur so it must also be strong in eastern Chad.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:E1b1b1a1b_V...
So did cushites like the Garre bring the Y-DNA E1b1b1a to Chad ? And when did the garre migrate into Chad ?
But by the way I dont think that the rendille ar proto-somali because the rendille are a mix between nilo-saharans and cushitic somalis. But the Rendille are one of the founding clans of the hawiye, because when the original hawiye migrated to southern Somalia they moved west and mixed with the rendille who where a mix between original cushites and invading nilo-saharans and then the hawiye migrated back toward the coast again.
But I dont understand the connection between the rendille and the Bornu empire of Ni g eria.
But the chadians and also the people from northern camaroon and Ni ger are culturally and genetically very close to the hamites ( tuaregs , cushites and egyptians), because the hausa people in Ni ger speak a hamitic chadic language and the fulani/fulbe people carry the somali Y-DNA T. Both the hausa and the fulani believe that they migrated from Eritrea or Sudan towards the west.
But some tribes of Cameroon and Chad have 96% caucasoid indo-european Y-DNA R. This is very strange, they say that they are descendants of the hyksos and the jews.
But thank for your information. Look at waht i wrote to Somaliluver before i knew about the Somali-Chad connection:
http://www.topix.com/forum/world/somalia/TNLC...
So the chadians and the northern camoroons are also caucasoids with black skin.
hey Thorsen ,have you read this ?
http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2148/9/63
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hey Thorsen ,have you read this ?
http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2148/9/63
Thanks Tshad but the link doesn`t work right now because of maintenance, but I will try later.

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Well I want to apologize because I a long time ago called northern sudanese arabs arabized negroes - I am sorry. I have nothing against negroes and arabs, but you are not negroes.
I know know that chadians are related to europeans like the hamites are. The interesting thing is that chadians and people from northern camaroon are related to the celtic people of Europe.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:R1bmap.JPG
You are even more Celtic than the many europeans:
C Africa Ouldeme Cameroon (Nth) AA/Chadic 22 95.5% 95.5%
C Africa Hausa Ni geria (North) AA/Chadic 10 20.0% 20.0%
C Africa Fulbe Ni ger NC/Atlantic 7 14.3% 14.3%
C Africa Mada Cameroon (Nth) AA/Chadic 17 82.4% 82.4%
C Africa Guiziga Cameroon (Nth) AA/Chadic 9 77.8% 77.8%
C Africa Daba Cameroon (Nth) AA/Chadic 19 42.1%
C Africa Guidar Cameroon (Nth) AA/Chadic 9 66.7%
C Africa Other Chadic Cameroon (Nth) AA/Chadic 4 75.0%
C Africa Moundang Cameroon (Nth) NC/Adamawa 21 66.7%
" As can be seen in the above data table, R1b1a is found in northern Cameroon in west central Africa at a very high frequency, where it is considered to be caused by a pre-Islamic movement of people from Eurasia.[16][20]"
R1b*(that is R1b with no subsequent distinguishing SNP mutations) is extremely rare. Two cases were reported in a large study of Turkey.[4] In a study of Jordan it was found that no less than 20 out of all 146 men tested (13.7%), including most notably 20 out of 45 men tested from the Dead Sea area, were positive for M173 (R1) but negative for P25 and M269, mentioned above, as well as the R1a markers SRY10831.2 and M17, so they are either R1b* or R1a*.[14] Hassan et al.(2008) found an equally surprising 14 out of 26 (54%) of Sudanese Fulani who were M173+ and P25-.[15] Wood et al. report 2 Egyptian cases of R1-M173 which were negative for SRY10831 (R1a1) and P25 (R1b1), out of a sample of 1122 males from various African countries, including 92 from Egypt
i agree with you that some Northen Sudanese have been arabized but it's not only in Sudan but also in Chad ,Mauritania and many other place .personaly i don't really like all this halogroup study but according to some studies .Ja'alin have low frequencies
of haplogroup A-M13 and E-M78 but also Considerable frequencies of Eurasian haplogroups including J-12f2 .they also have K-M9
http://dirkschweitzer.net/E3b-papers/Hassan-S...
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ya i know that Nourri and Habre belong to the same tribe but also to the same clan : Anakaza tribe .another famous gorane is Goukouni Oueddei who was a former president of Chad .
i didnt know that you knew a lit bit of Chad people and history
maybe i should try to learn more about Somalis people
the chad is just another sudan the southren chadians are the same of southren sudanes the zaqawa of sudan are the zaqawa of chad the arabs of sudan are the arabs of chad the waday of sudan are from waday of chad and hassan al turabi is chadian origin from waday and the reason that the ruling islamic jabhat al qawmiya had splited into 2 groups after 10 years is bc they became clanish the majmou3a shimaaliya/the norther group vs the westren groups waday,zaqawa, fur westreners was defeated by the arab northern groups
the garre is an ancient tribe their biggest subclan is guraan or the arabisized quraan the chadic guraane and tube are the same guraan and tuf of garre.
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LOOOOL issaqs CAME FROM DIR ON THE MOTHERS SIDE
stupid btich, lool we are much older then you, and if it wasn't for US you WOULDN'T EXIST,
we are not realted to you... you are RELATED TO US.
Didn't they say Habr jeclo had a habashi mother? Does that make habr jeclo habash? NO! so the same goes for the other Isaqs, in that we are NOT related to dir AT ALL.
And even if we are related to dir we are ONLY related to them in the same way we are related to the other cushites.
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isaaq are pure somalis,they are from DIR.
i use to here when i was youn,DADKU WAA DIR IYO DAAROOD,SO WE ARE DIR..
Habr jeclo came from a habashi mother, does that mean habr jeclo are habashi? NO! Arent Habr jeclo Isaqs aswell? so Isaqs ARE NOT PURE SOMALIS AS YOU CLAIMED! And we are not related to dir or anyother somalis the same way we are not related to habashis.

Maybe we are DISTANTLY related to these people, but ALL OF MANKIND WAS RELATED AT ONE POINT BUT THOSE DAYS ARE OVER!
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<quoted text>Habr jeclo came from a habashi mother, does that mean habr jeclo are habashi? NO! Arent Habr jeclo Isaqs aswell? so Isaqs ARE NOT PURE SOMALIS AS YOU CLAIMED! And we are not related to dir or anyother somalis the same way we are not related to habashis.
Maybe we are DISTANTLY related to these people, but ALL OF MANKIND WAS RELATED AT ONE POINT BUT THOSE DAYS ARE OVER!
I heard that you guys (Isaaq) are related to HABASHA more than Somalis, even though you guys are now considered to be Somalis just like any other Somali person from that part of the Horn. Any idea on the validity of this claim. Plus, you're now telling us that a sub-clan of Isaaq aka Habar Jeclo's Mother came from the Habasha. In addition to this, I heard some allegations that was made against one of your Isaaq political figures (Faysal Waraabe) who is accused to have said that an Ethiopian Boy who may have been born in Addis Ababa (the Ethio Capital) is closer to him in relation than a Somali Boy who was born in Muqdisho, Somalia. Do you agree with this politician of yours if this is indeed true?
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I heard that you guys (Isaaq) are related to HABASHA more than Somalis, even though you guys are now considered to be Somalis just like any other Somali person from that part of the Horn. Any idea on the validity of this claim. Plus, you're now telling us that a sub-clan of Isaaq aka Habar Jeclo's Mother came from the Habasha. In addition to this, I heard some allegations that was made against one of your Isaaq political figures (Faysal Waraabe) who is accused to have said that an Ethiopian Boy who may have been born in Addis Ababa (the Ethio Capital) is closer to him in relation than a Somali Boy who was born in Muqdisho, Somalia. Do you agree with this politician of yours if this is indeed true?
We are not related to you zoomali baboons the same way we are not related to habeshas. And if you did'nt know that
Habr jeclo had a habesha mother,(Most probably an Eritrean one) than you don't know nothing.

Ogadeni daroods are more related to habeshas (Ethiopian ones) than they are to the other daroods because they've been raped so many times by them.

I made that point (that Habr jeclo had a habesha mother) to disprove waqooyi that said Isaqs are pure somalis. and also to disprove that buster that said we are dir from our mothers side.

WE ARE NOT DIR! dir ONLY WISHED THEY WERE RELATED TO US.
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Younis wrote:
<quoted text>We are not related to you zoomali baboons the same way we are not related to habeshas. And if you did'nt know that
Habr jeclo had a habesha mother,(Most probably an Eritrean one) than you don't know nothing.
Ogadeni daroods are more related to habeshas (Ethiopian ones) than they are to the other daroods because they've been raped so many times by them.
I made that point (that Habr jeclo had a habesha mother) to disprove waqooyi that said Isaqs are pure somalis. and also to disprove that buster that said we are dir from our mothers side.
WE ARE NOT DIR! dir ONLY WISHED THEY WERE RELATED TO US.
waryaa adiga ayaa daanyeer ah afgaaga xiro ee mardanbe ha na soo ceeyn baboon kulahaa nacas
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the tensions are very high we are speaking on behalf of Garre elders,scholars and youths(as we are Garre we know our origins,Garre is a son of Gardheere(is a brother of Gaaljecel and Degodia)but we know that now they are a sub clan of Digil therefore we disagreed this article so kindly please remove this article or make it Garre is Somalian clan and as everyone knows is one of largest clans they live in Kenya,Ethopia and Somalia
I dont understand what you dont get nrn. We are not digil, rahanweyn, proto-somali or this load of bullsh*t written about us.i suggest you do read the statement written above again and stop spreading mis-information)
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I dont understand what you dont get nrn. We are not digil, rahanweyn, proto-somali or this load of bullsh*t written about us.i suggest you do read the statement written above again and stop spreading mis-information)
no layla it wasnt my opinion i was just trying to show what the oromo were saying that garre is in evry where even in chad there is gorane in chad with the subclans tubo and quraan! just like the tufo and quraan of the garre but tubo is more knowin as toubou in french and become famous in this form they ruled chad in the 80s and like i posted the ex president of chad from toubou had visited qoryoolay and met the garre elders in there in 1981 telling them that garre are also in chad
as for the proto somali yes your dialect is still the af somali of 1000 B.C. and you are the link between af somaali and afaan oromo but you are full somalis you are found in meddle shabeele in qoryooley,yaaqbaroow.marka and the majority in diinsoor do you know the jiido in diinsoor and jamaame also are the other link between af somali and afar they are northern cushitic and their war with garre is the same war between the ciise and afar its crazy
i know the garre are samaale by genealogy but also many samaale clans have their own dialects like the dagodia,ajuuraan, karanle,digil and mirifl im againist the polarization i mean you got catalonians and other groups in spain and italy and they love all their local cultures we shoul love ours like that way and that why i posted the garre article after the oromo fake article i just needed some info of garre of sudan and chad in the oromo article sorry about that
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<quoted text> no layla it wasnt my opinion i was just trying to show what the oromo were saying that garre is in evry where even in chad there is gorane in chad with the subclans tubo and quraan! just like the tufo and quraan of the garre but tubo is more knowin as toubou in french and become famous in this form they ruled chad in the 80s and like i posted the ex president of chad from toubou had visited qoryoolay and met the garre elders in there in 1981 telling them that garre are also in chad
as for the proto somali yes your dialect is still the af somali of 1000 B.C. and you are the link between af somaali and afaan oromo but you are full somalis you are found in meddle shabeele in qoryooley,yaaqbaroow.marka and the majority in diinsoor do you know the jiido in diinsoor and jamaame also are the other link between af somali and afar they are northern cushitic and their war with garre is the same war between the ciise and afar its crazy
i know the garre are samaale by genealogy but also many samaale clans have their own dialects like the dagodia,ajuuraan, karanle,digil and mirifl im againist the polarization i mean you got catalonians and other groups in spain and italy and they love all their local cultures we shoul love ours like that way and that why i posted the garre article after the oromo fake article i just needed some info of garre of sudan and chad in the oromo article sorry about that
oh ok, i know that we speak a dialect of somali, but i cannot speak it. thanks for making your intentions clear.

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