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Discussion in 'Genetics' started by TheWeekday, May 7, 2017.

  1. TheWeekday

    TheWeekday Garxaajis Slayer

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    I'm a typical Jibriil Abokor...you know nothing of Western Somaliland :camby:
     
  2. Amun

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    Amun et al. (2017). Journal of Evolutionary and Population Genetics. University of Suugo Science.
     
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  3. TheWeekday

    TheWeekday Garxaajis Slayer

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    That's what I thought.:dabcasar:
     
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  5. Prince of Lasanod

    Prince of Lasanod

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    Akisho/Jaarso are Oromized Somalis.
     
  6. TheWeekday

    TheWeekday Garxaajis Slayer

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    So the greatest Somali athlete in history Sir Mo Farax is not even Somali :mjlol:


    Someone has to let my cousin know so he can start running with our Oromo cousins in Ethiopia :pachah1:

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  7. TheWeekday

    TheWeekday Garxaajis Slayer

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    How is a Dhulo trying to tell me about people my ancestors have been living with for generations :camby:

    Akisho are Oromos under my clans protection :childplease:
     
  8. Prince of Lasanod

    Prince of Lasanod

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    In Ethiopia they flip flop their identities from Somali to Oromo, but originally they are Dir.
     
  9. TheWeekday

    TheWeekday Garxaajis Slayer

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    They're originally Oromos who learned the Somali language from us Galbeed Somalis.

    Jaarsoo Oromo
     
  10. Prince of Lasanod

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    Akisho (var. Akisha, Akishe; also known as Gurre) is a Somali clan, part of the larger Dir group whose members live in Ethiopia and northern Somalia. The Akisho are a sub-division of the Ali Madaxweyn Dir, and they are reputed to be descendants of the eldest sons of the Madaxweyne Dir.

    The Akisho inhabit both the Somaliland region of Somalia and Ethiopia. In Somaliland, Akisho members live in the southern Woqooyi Galbeed Province, Wajaale, Ala’ibaday, and Gabiley. In Ethiopia, where the Akisho are the most widespread Somali group, Akisho members inhabit Jijiga, Baale (Nagelle), Baabule, Fayaanbiiro, Qabri-Bayah, Fiq, Hara-Maaya, Harar, Obra, and Dadar.

    http://somalipeople.wikia.com/wiki/Akisho_(clan)
     
  11. TheWeekday

    TheWeekday Garxaajis Slayer

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    They're not Dir...even ask the other Dirs on this site or the ones you know personally.They are their own stand alone clan who have been assimilated by us Galbeed Somalis (Ciise,Samarone and Jibriil Abokor).We taught them the Somali language
     
  12. Prince of Lasanod

    Prince of Lasanod

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    So why were they mentioned in Futah al Habash as a Somali clan over 500 years ago?
     
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  13. TheWeekday

    TheWeekday Garxaajis Slayer

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    Akisho were not mentioned in Futuh al Habasha
     
  14. Leo

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    :pachah1: If I hadn't known any better, I would say this is by far the most convincing hogwash I've read in a long time.
     
  15. Thegoodshepherd

    Thegoodshepherd Galkacyo iyo Calula dhexdood

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    :ohhh:

    If so, how much internal diversity is there in the Maxa Tiri speaking Somalis? Is there any structure to be found within Maxa Tiri Somalis?
     
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