Took an autosomal test on ancestry.com doesn’t really do much. Got the same makeup as a typical S.O. Connected to other dhulbahantes, mjs, even hawiyas.

This test as most know factors in every family member which is cool but doesn’t really narrow down the male line too easy.

That’s why we (my bro) took the familytreedna ydna test. It just looks at the y line which passes only through males. That’s where we got the J1.

Somalis all married each other and these test prove how ridiculous it was and still is that we hurt each other over some bs........:Sutehja:

......anyways, We May have came from Arabs but that 1 father and a whole bunch of Africans after that doesnt make you Arab.


Upload your results to gedmatch, see what population your closest to.
 
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Check out the somal
Upload your results to gedmatch, see what population your closest to.

Okay will do that. We did a 23andme and it gave us 91.2 Somali and alittle Ethiopian. That’s from my paternal grandmas side who is half Oromo I am assuming.
 

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J1 is indeed from the Middle East, but has been in Ethiopia for a few (2-3) thousand years. E1b1b1 variants are the native Cushitic / Northeast African lines.
 
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Okay will do that. We did a 23andme and it gave us 91.2 Somali and alittle Ethiopian. That’s from my paternal grandmas side who is half Oromo I am assuming.
J1 is indeed from the Middle East, but has been in Ethiopia for a few (2-3) thousand years. E1b1b1 variants are the native Cushitic / Northeast African lines.

Yes but in Somalia, they are thinking no longer than 1500 years. But with further study we never know what else we may find. My dads line is insisting we are dhulbahante hayaag to be a bit more clear.



Here is our ancestry.com makeup
 

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Apollo

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23andMe is more reliable. Ancestry.com has weird clusters. You guys are likely 85-90% ethnic Somali and the rest perhaps Ethiopian admix.
 

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Yes but in Somalia, they are thinking no longer than 1500 years. But with further study we never know what else we may find. My dads line is insisting we are dhulbahante hayaag to be a bit more clear.



Here is our ancestry.com makeup
A lot of Dhulbahante settled in Bale with Sayyid Mohammed Abdullah Hassan (AUN) after the British Empire defeated the Darawiish. He is right.
 
This is the Somali project on Family Tree DNA:

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https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/somali/about

If people could do these test it would be beneficial to scientific research purposes and the progress of Somalia.

A subclade that connects the Dhulbahante and segments of the Majeerteen and Warsangeli clans. It arose 750 years ago. Likely originated in North Somalia during the Middle Ages and seems to match tribal genealogies (30 generations ago).


Info: https://www.yfull.com/tree/
https://www.familytreedna.com/public/somali?iframe=yresults
 

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This is the Somali project on Family Tree DNA:

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https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/somali/about

If people could do these test it would be beneficial to scientific research purposes and the progress of Somalia.

A subclade that connects the Dhulbahante and segments of the Majeerteen and Warsangeli clans. It arose 750 years ago. Likely originated in North Somalia during the Middle Ages and seems to match tribal genealogies (30 generations ago).


Info: https://www.yfull.com/tree/E-Y18629/
https://www.familytreedna.com/public/somali?iframe=yresults

@Apollo

Can you check this? If true you should make a thread about this.
 
23andMe is more reliable. Ancestry.com has weird clusters. You guys are likely 85-90% ethnic Somali and the rest perhaps Ethiopian admix.
A lot of Dhulbahante settled in Bale with Sayyid Mohammed Abdullah Hassan (AUN) after the British Empire defeated the Darawiish. He is right.
A lot of Dhulbahante settled in Bale with Sayyid Mohammed Abdullah Hassan (AUN) after the British Empire defeated the Darawiish. He is right.


Yes 100%. Once we get all results settled from the 3 men who took YDna in our reer we will share more info. One definitely linked to the dhulbhante cluster. Many are saying although you may have different hablogroups that doesn’t mean you aren’t the same tribe. And this tribe thing could be a coalition of sorts. The sad thing is brothers were divided to make new tribes but come form the same line....smh
 
I think more Somalis than we know, were adopted into clans they don't actually belong to. This is not a surprise. Imagine your sister marries a foreigner and moves to Somalia, her children will associate with her clan and after a few hundred years, people will forget the true origins.

Your correct. Makes total sense.
 

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