Daqaan celis or Cultural Disproportion

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  1. herkase

    herkase

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    Let's talk it into action

    Is it right to go to these places or is it wrong it happened and we do not have any support from our communities
     
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  2. Yukon_Niner

    Yukon_Niner I'll Batista Bomb your ayeeyo in Asda

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    I'd rather they change the way dhaqan Celia goes about. Instead of abusing kids let them actually learn something, it was a great experience till I had to go dugsi.
     
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  3. herkase

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    I agree
     
  4. Macalin M

    Macalin M Ciyaalka xaafada

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    You were in a prison. I was with my reer abtis. Our ‘dhaqan celis’ experiences aren’t the same. Mine made me love my country and want to one day help it while yours, by what I read, probably makes you hate all Somalis. Fair enough. But that doesn’t mean dhaqan celis is bad. :)
     
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  5. herkase

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    Makes sense
     
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    I like the way other ethnicities in the uk, visit their home country’s as a family for regular holidays. The kids get immersed naturally in their culture and see it as a positive journey.

    Compared to the Somali concept of sending wayward kids as a punishments.

    The context of the trip sets the tone as to whether it’s a nice holiday vs punishment.
     
  7. Macalin M

    Macalin M Ciyaalka xaafada

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    That’s why I think misbehaving kids shouldn’t be sent to Somalia. There’s just no point.
     
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  8. geeljire madaxweyne

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    to be fair whats the diffrence between child services juvenile prison and dhagan celis i just dont like the disparages between the two dhagan celis is by far the most safer and best option for juvenile delinquents
     
  9. herkase

    herkase

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    I can not even reply to your ignorance but I am because the irrationally of it needs to addressed
    I am proud to be me with my past and future.
     
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  10. geeljire madaxweyne

    geeljire madaxweyne VIP

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    you have a double standard why stop dhagan celis when its virtually the same as child services and juvenile detention centers,
     
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