Monday, August 21, 2017
Wardheer News

Tixda Miski: Xasan Ganey Nolosha Dhabta Ah Buu Doortay

W. Q: Rashiid Sheekh Cabdillaahi Xaaji Axmed(Gadhweyne) Waxa aan u malaynayaa su’aasha muranka leh ee ugu horrayn, ku soo dhacaysa dersaha tixda Miski ee Xasan Cabdllaahi “Xasan Ganey”  waa qoddobka mudanka ah ee ay ku aroorayso. Xasan tixdan naftiisa ayuu … Continued

Abdirahman Jama Barre: An Obituary

By Hassan M. Abukar Abdirahman Jama Barre, former Somali minister of foreign affairs, died on Tuesday in San Diego, California. He was 83 years old. Abdirahman was born in Luuq in 1934 and came to Mogadishu as a child under … Continued

RENEGADE AL-SHABAB LEADER DEFECTS TO SOMALIA GOVERNMENT

BY ABDI GULED MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) — A renegade leader of Somalia’s Islamic extremist insurgents, al-Shabab, has surrendered to the government. Mukhtar Robow was flown to Mogadishu Sunday from Hudur in southwestern Somalia, said Col. Adam Ahmed, a senior Somali police … Continued

Patience in Islam: The Story of Zainab bint Muhammad

This is a must read story of Zainab bint Muhammad, the eldest daughter of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and Khadijah (may Allah be pleased with her). The story shows the importance of having a great Patience in Islam. Abu … Continued

Advice of the Prophet

Companion of Prophet Muhammad , Khalid ibn El Waleed narrated the following: A Bedouin came one day to the Prophet  and said to him, “O, Messenger of God! I’ve come to ask you a few questions about the affairs of this life … Continued

For Ethiopia’s Underemployed Youth, Life Can Center on a Leaf

By KIMIKO de FREYTAS-TAMURA A farmer collecting khat in Infranz, a village in the Amhara region of Ethiopia. The young and underemployed are increasingly chewing khat, a psychotropic leaf that has amphetaminelike effects. CreditTiksa Negeri for The New York Times BAHIR DAR, … Continued

Climate change threatens an ancient way of life in Ethiopia

A teenager walks through Nardo Camp for the displaced in Ethiopia’s Somali region. Two seasons of failed rains have left millions in Ethiopia’s Somali region dependent on food aid, calling into question the viability of traditional forms of life in … Continued

This is why al-Shabab won’t be going away anytime soon

By Tricia Bacon On June 14, the terrorist group al-Shabab — an al-Qaeda affiliate — attacked a pizza restaurant in Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia, by detonating a car bomb and sending in assailants. More than 30 people were killed. Earlier in June, al-Shabab overran a … Continued

5 ways to extend the benefits of Ramadan beyond Ramadan

BY: MAJD ARBIL 1. Fasting the six days of Shawwal is an excellent way to continue the good habits of Ramadan. Abu Ayyub al-Ansari relates that Allah’s Messenger (peace be upon him) says: “Whoever fasts the month of Ramadan and then … Continued