List of somali kings of Maldives

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  1. geeljire madaxweyne

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    The first was hassan the first who
    Established the halilaali dynasty which was a sub dynasty of the Garen ajuraan dynasty

    Hassan 1 killed king rasgafaen to establish his dynasty the same dynasty
    That led to the birth of abdulaziz all mogadishawi who welcomed ibn batuta

    Starting the first Muslim dynasty of the Maldives

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    Apparently he was half Somali and half daravidian either way he would go on to establish a dynasty with close connections to ajuraan and Somali mainland

    It's all in here
    You can see all the hilali kings

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sultans_of_the_Maldives


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  2. geeljire madaxweyne

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  3. Mckenzie

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    Hilaali must be a corrupted version of Hilowle which is a popular koonfuri name
     
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  4. geeljire madaxweyne

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    What does it even mean all I know is that it was a sub dynasty of ajuraan

    Would be intesting to know what it means it's a really cool name
     
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    Wikipedia is to be avoided as virtually all the Somali-related material has been falsified.

    The Hilalii family are from Malabar, south of Goa, in India. They are not Somali.

    http://www.royalark.net/Maldives/maldive4.htm

    "'Abbas al-Hilal, from a family originally from Malabar (Ibn Batuta was received by one Hilal, Governor of Teim (Utimu) in 1343, perhaps the father of this 'Abbas). He had issue, two sons:
    • 1) Dori Kuja alias Kuliveri Hilalu Kaivulanna Kaloge [Hilali Kalo], of Hulule, North Malé Atoll. m. Kalavahi Kabulo. He had issue, two sons:
      • a) Muskuji Hassan Ras Kilege, who succeeded as Sultan Hassan al-Hilali Sri Dhiru Buwana Maha Radhun, Sultan of the Maldives (twin with his brother Husain) - see below.
      • b) Sultan Husain al-Hilali, Sultan of the Maldives (twin with his brother Hassan) - see below.
    • 2) Hassan Kuja Malim Kaloge of the Chief Mosque at Mal. He had issue, a son:
      • a) Yusuf Handegiri Khadim Ma'abanderi . He had issue, a son:
        • i) Sultan Danna Muhammad ibnu Khadim Yusuf, Sultan of the Maldives"
     
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    Lool @Grant no one takes your obvious anti-Somali BS seriously. Take a hike.

    You’ve dedicated your entire existence to discrediting Somali history. #Trash
     
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  7. geeljire madaxweyne

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    What's funny is goa is a hindu city
    From the historical hindu areas of India

    And the hilali are supposed to be sunni Muslims
     
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  8. geeljire madaxweyne

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    You need to stop trolling the history page with made up blogs from some unknown idiets who made blogs

    Am looking for people who can contribute and have a serious discussion
    Screenshot_2019-07-23-01-53-14.png

    This is from a fake blog website
    No Muslim dynasty would claim to come from Goa a Hindu city
    They may claim Arab or quraish origins

    Please don't troll my history page or i will alert the mods
     
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    He’s not worth paying any attention to tbh
     
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  10. geeljire madaxweyne

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    This is for the somalis on this website to read in to i need to know more information about this Hilali dynasty

    It would be great if someone can contribute to expanding the history of this historic dynasty
     
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    The full history of Somalis in the malives worth listening to
    By an unknown university professer
     
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    Hilarious and doubtful.

    The inscription in the Mosque in Male was read for years as " Yousef Shamsuddin-al Tabrezi". (from Persia) Then Ibn Batutta read it as "Abu al-Barakat Yusuf al-Barbari" ( A Berber from the Maghreb.). Then somebody read the same inscription as "from Berbera" (Somalia).

    ...More : https://en.yabiladi.com/articles/details/66201/when-moroccan-merchant-al-barakat-yusuf.html

    The problem with Yusuf being from Somalia is that the Maldives was Maliki until the 17th century and Hanifi after that. They were never Shafici.

    Search: "The Maldives converts to Islam."
     
  13. geeljire madaxweyne

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    You're only evidence is that the maldivians were hanafi you do realise religious creed adherence changes all the time areas that were once shafici can become maliki or hanafi

    Also somalis are shafici due to the proximity with Egypt and most of our scholars were educated in Egypt the same for Ethiopians and the coptic church

    The Maldives is too far out and closer to maliki areas of South East Asia
     
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  14. geeljire madaxweyne

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    @Grant the Yusuf debate is dead don't troll the thread about yusufs proposed origin because of religious creed Yusuf is a well known somali saint by now you have supplied fake blogs and Web pages and now want to argue religious creed


    No go back to suggesting khoisans and bantus are native to somalia:camby:
     
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  15. geeljire madaxweyne

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    Battle of many blood
    Famous battle and war between the Portuguese empire and the hilaali of Maldives

    Apparently I got this from an anonymous post on mareja about a war between Portugal and the hilaali
    Dynasty

    There was also a heavy war in Maldives between the ajuuraan empire and the portuguese in 1424.

    The battle is famously known as dagaal dhiig badaneey

    SALDANADDII (BOQORTOOYADII) AUJUURAAN
    Waa boqoryootadii kaliya ee Afrikan ah ee jirtay casriyadii dhexe Waxay jirtay qarnigii 14aad ilaa kii 17aad.
    Waxay dhulki ay degganaayeen iyo degaannadii ay xukumayeen ka difaaceen gumaystihi Burtaqiiska.
    Waddamo badan gaar ahaan Koonfur Bari Afrika ayay u hiilliyeen markii ku duulay Butaqiisku.
    Adduunka ayay mareen oo xiriirro la sameeyeen dhulal badan ilaa Shiinaha. Waxaa xusid mudan inay Shiinaha la galeen heshiiskii ugu horreeyay ee Afrika iyo Shiinaha dhex mara ee ilaa hadda raadkiisa la hayo.
    Waxay qabsadeen oo xukumeen dhulal ay ka mid yihiin Jaziiradda Maldives iyo geyiga Muzambiik oo ay dahab ka qodan jireen. Maldives waxaa kula dagaalay Bortaqiiska 1424 waxaana ka dhacay dagaal loogu magac daray –Dagaal Dhiig Badaney- oo Burtaqiisku ku adkaadeen aakhirkii.
    Wadankan Maldives dadkiisu wada muslimiin, sida dastuurkooda ku qoran na qofka aan Muslim ahayni ma noqon karo muwaadin oo ma helayo dhalashada wadanka “Maxaa innaga sidaa dastuurkeenna loogu qori waayay” ayaan is waydiiyay.
    Waxay lahaayeen Calan iyo Lacag (Mogadishan) u gaar ah. Lacagtan oo aad looga adeegsan jiray dhulal badan ilaa Imaaraatka inay gaartay ayaa la wariyay.
    Caasimaddoodi u horraysay waxay ahayd deegaanka Mareeg oo dhaca xeebta degmada Ceeldheer ee gobolka Galgaduud. Waxay kaloo xarumo maamul ku lahaayeen Marka iyo Qallaafe. Anigu waxan indhahayga ku arkay xeebaha Galgaduud waxyaabo badan oo dhagxaan ka samaysan u na muuqaal eg guryo oo kale kuwaasoo dadka deegaanku ku sheegaan inay yihiin yihiin waxyaabo ay isticmaali jireen Saladanaddii Ujuuraanku.
    Kaliya waan daah-furay sheekadu se way dheer tahay ee ka aqriso mareegaha hoose iyadoo English ku qoran anigoo codsanaya in ikhyaar kale ay baaritaan dheeri ah sii sameeyaan si aan u helno xog dheeri ah:
     
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  16. geeljire madaxweyne

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    If anyone can translate please help out that would be great :samwelcome:
     
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    The bloody battle
    The kingdom of the ajuuraan

    It is amongst the only somali kingdom of the 14th century and lasted until the 17th century.The battle is famously known as dagaal dhiig badaneey .

    They defended their kingdom and lands from the invading Portuguese. They also defended many other regions of east africa from the invading Portuguese.
    They traversed the seas and made many alliances with far away nations such as china; worthy to note is that, they were the first african kingdom to forge ties with china(ming dynasty), a tie that is still visible today.

    They ruled the Maldives and the country of Mozambique, of which they mined gold from.

    They faced the Portuguese in the maldives in 1424 AD, a battle named The Bloody Battle.
    The Portuguese eventually came out victorius .
    The maldives is a muslim country, islam is a prerequisite for citizenship.

    They (ajuuraan)used their own currency and flag , former of which was in circulation all over the indian ocean, and it has been confirmed even at the Emirates.

    their first capital was the city of Mareeg located at the coast of the Ceeldheer province, in the state of Galmudug.
    They also had seats of administration at Merca and Qallafe

    I have personally witnessed along the goast of Galgaduud, ancient ruins and the locals have also told of many artifacts they've found. I've only told a brief introduction, but for further information read 'mareegaha' below, that written in english. Let us do more research on the matter.
     
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  18. geeljire madaxweyne

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    It's true the Portuguese deposed the hilali dynasty

    Dom phillipi of portugal became the ruler of Maldives,And I heard a battle happened but thanks for translating

    My somali is not that good:kendrickcry:
     
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    He is also listed as a king of the hilali dynasty when Portugal took over

    @Libaaxseendheer
     
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    The Portuguese only enter the Indian Ocean in 1497 and there is no historical evidence whatsoever that they ever met the Ajuraan. The 1424 date is absurd. The Adal wars were 1529-1543.


    Indian Ocean trade - Wikipedia

    https://en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Indian_Ocean_trade jump to
    Portuguese period - The Portuguese under Vasco da Gama discovered a naval route to the Indian Ocean through the southern tip of Africa in 1497–98. Initially, the Portuguese were mainly active in Calicut, but the northern region of Gujarat was even more important for trade, and an essential intermediary in east-west trade.
    Austronesian maritime ... · ‎Roman period · ‎Hindu-Buddhist period · ‎Muslim period


    THE PORTUGUESE IN THE INDIAN OCEAN 1497-1557

    www.stormypetrel.org › aubreyIn 1497 the Portuguese exploded onto the scene in the Indian Ocean. They came first as explorers and stayed as conquerors. In a whirlwind campaign, they gained control of the sea-lanes and many onshore possessions along the east African coast, in the Indian Ocean, Arabian Gulf and the Spice Islands.
     
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