Monday, December 18, 2017
Wardheer News

“Soomaaliyada Cusub” ma tahay Eraybixin laga fiirsaday?!

W/Q Wasiir Cabdifitaax Nuur (Ashkir) Habeennimadii 2-dii bisha Desember ee 2017,  waxaa Hotel-ka SYL ee magaalada Muqdisho lagu qabtay munaasabad ballaaran oo loogu magac daray Soomaaliyada Cusub Geeddi-Socodka Dowladnimada iyo Waxqabadka Xukuumadda. Halkudhaggaasi waa eray bixin aan laga fiirsan, loona meel-dayan,mug … Continued

Vacancies: The Ministry of Women and Human Rights Development (MoWHRD)

  Vacancy: Gender Advisor Duration of the assignment:: 9 months Duty station: Mogadishu Supervisor: Director General, Ministry of Women and Human Rights Development. Read more: Gender Advisor position ________________ Vacancy: Gender Mainstreaming Monitoring and Reporting Advisor Duration of the Assignment: One year … Continued

The Business of Fear in Boomtown Mogadishu

By Fritz Schaap and Christian Werner (Photos) The first courses had just been served when the war came to the country club in Mogadishu. Fifty guests, including businesspeople and government officials, were sitting at long tables laden with bowls of … Continued

Isbedalku waa inuu ka billaabmaa la xisaabtanka madaxda Amniga!

Muqdisho (WDN)- Maxay tahay sababta ilaa hadda Dowladda Farmaajo aynan u samayn isbadel muuqda oo ku aadan mas’uuliyiinta howlaha Amnniga, kuwaasi oo ku fashilmay sugidda nabadda iyo ka hortaga qaraxyada Muqdisho? Soomaaliya oo guud ahaan ay ka jirto dhibaatooyin la … Continued

Why is Mogadishu still a frequent target for attacks?

By Hamza Mohamed Protesters gather during a demonstration against al-Shabab after the October 14 explosion [Feisal Omar/Reuters] Last week, the deadliest bomb blast to hit the Somali city of Mogadishu killed more than 350 people and injured around 400 others. Questions are … Continued

Time to Reset African Union-European Union Relations

Executive Summary African and European leaders are scheduled to meet in November for the fifth triennial African Union-European Union summit at a time when relations between the two institutions have reached a turning point. Both are in transition, undergoing internal … Continued

Somalia: A broken state leads to hunger

By Sandra Petersmann Somalia has been in the grip of a civil war since 1991. The state has disintegrated, leaving powerful clans to fill the vacuum. With the government weak and dysfunctional, the country is on the verge of another … Continued

Bilal ibn Rabah: The symbol of human equality

The epitaph inscribed on the tomb of Bilal Ibn Rabah, Damascus, Syria. ABU TARIQ HIJAZI Bilal ibn Rabah (may Allah bless him) is one of the most illustrious names in the Islamic history. A Negro slave originally from Habasha (Ethiopia), … Continued