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I agree Israel can teach us how to grow and be self-sufficient in the middle of the desert. Israel currently grows and produces 85% of its food. Unfortunately I don't think the ulama will allow this
Lol Israel is a parasite which subsists off the US. It could not fund its military and spy apparatus and maintain its economy at its current complexity without the US giving it tens of billions of dollars to do so. It remains a desert nation and relies on energy-intensive desalination for close to half its water needs whilst depleting its existing freshwater supplies. That cannot be emulated by Somalis please.
 
I agree Israel can teach us how to grow and be self-sufficient in the middle of the desert. Israel currently grows and produces 85% of its food. Unfortunately I don't think the ulama will allow this
why would they teach you:/ do you think they'll also crack open their ancient talmud and teach you all their secrets. jews are very secretive people by nature, not teachers...
 

DR OSMAN

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An unrecognized country university is going to be great looking on your resume and cv. Disgraceful two unrecognized break aways from the mainland of Somalia and China, trying to clown they're peoples. Isaaq never stops the L on beesha, their politics died out and their now left to begging. SL govt is like a prostitute for egypt-dubai, they create military bases on they're land so the war happens in SL, these people are crazy they're foreign policy, they don't even know what their handing to their people
 

CanoGeel

"Show respect to all people, but grovel to none"
Taiwan mixuu noo tarayaan if we're being honest. i wish we had israel on board, (still pro-palestine dont get it twisted, but we need to play the politics game to get ahead, and somalia has every arab nation on its side so offending them with teaming with israel doesnt mean anything)them yahuuds have the power to give us nationhoo by next week.

nevertheless, this is still good news, somalias been sending people to china to study and turkey too forever, doing nothing for the bright youth of somaliland. hopefully taiwan is one of many places willing to take a chance with us
U don't need yahuud or even Taiwan. You got 30,000 students enrolled in medicine, engineering , space tech and anything in between In elite colleges and universities in LIBYA, who will eventually do their doctorals in Scandinavia.

Somaliland way :superman:
 

Aurelian

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boqolka boqol walaal.

but the people back home will die before they accept yahuudi help. why do they care so much about palestinians when they are in tuulos themselves?
we need to have a PR rehaul with Israel first, where they slowly give aid and make a name for themselves in somaliland, same way people down south are obsessed with Turkey, then Israel can help us get recognized. They are an inspiration to any nation doing bad, look how they turned themselves around, surrounding by people who want them exterminated, to becoming successful
Why you want a help from a regime that is worst many times than feqash and siyad barre? Aren't there any other country that don't have high end tech? Plenty countries and nations in many fields. But subhanallah Israel is the key to success in this world!
 

Lordilord

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An unrecognized country university is going to be great looking on your resume and cv. Disgraceful two unrecognized break aways from the mainland of Somalia and China, trying to clown they're peoples. Isaaq never stops the L on beesha, their politics died out and their now left to begging. SL govt is like a prostitute for egypt-dubai, they create military bases on they're land so the war happens in SL, these people are crazy they're foreign policy, they don't even know what their handing to their people
Taiwan educational institutes holds high value for example National Taiwan University is ranked 120 in the World University Rank 2020.. Taiwan is furthermore recognized by 15 countries, what you mean by unrecognized is probably that it holds no membership in the UN.

You must be having some sort of episode :kodaksmiley:
 

AbdiGeedi

To keep your balance, you must keep moving.
Muse Bihi sends delegation to Turkey amid reports of Egypt setting up military base in Somaliland

01.08.2020

HARGEISA, Somalia - Somaliland continued with her shuttle diplomatic missions this week, with President Muse Bihi Abdi focusing on Turkey which is an instrumental development partner, by dispatching a powerful delegation to Ankara, to iron out emerging issues in the Horn of Africa region.

According to multiple sources told Garowe Online that Bihi dispatched Foreign Affairs minister Yasin Haji Mohamud alias Faratoon to Ankara early this week, and the chief envoy would meet top officials in the European nation. However, it is not clear if he will hold a meeting with President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.

Faratoon will be holding talks with Turkish foreign affairs officials before meeting top Ankara officials at a conference. Details about the meeting remain scanty but it's anticipated that the minister will discuss Somaliland's quest for international recognition, withdrawal of Turkish envoy from Somalia and Egypt's quest to set up a military base in Somaliland

Ambassador Oglan Baker, who was Turkish envoy to Somalia-Somaliland dialogue, was withdrawn from his jurisdictions in June after Hargeisa and Mogadishu started formal talks in Djibouti that would see the two parties solve traditional differences which have lasted for almost three decades.

While the talks received an endorsement from several international partners, Turkey is said to have been unhappy with the progress. It is not clear whether Turkey is pushing for a reunion of the two regions or wants the status quo to remain, but Ankara is a major development partner of Somalia and Somaliland.
Next month, a ministerial technical committee from both Somalia and Somaliland would table recommendations on cooperation between the two "nations" following a conference that was unveiled in Djibouti.

Ethiopian PM Ahmed Abiy and Djibouti President Ismael Omar Guelleh initiated the talks after immense pressure from the European Union and the US.
Somaliland claimed it seceded from Somalia in 1991, a year after the country's civil war broke out and the military regime led by Siad Barre was overthrown by warlords. However, the region is yet to get full international recognition, a move that has prompted Hargeisa to start high profile diplomatic missions in a bid to push for statehood.

In Ankara, Faratoon is also expected to discuss with Turkish authorities reports that Egypt is keen to establish a military base in Somaliland. The base, analysts argue, would rival TurkSom which has been operational in Somalia, and that has been credited for training elite Gorgor troops within the Somali National Army.

Cairo and Ankara have been at loggerheads in recent months with their rivalry hugely affecting ongoing peacebuilding processes in both Libya and Syria. Both parties are keen to stamp their authority in the Middle East and Northern Africa, and potentially, control the mineral-rich Mediterranean Sea.

Last November, Libya’s embattled Government of the National Accord was under siege in Tripoli by the Egyptian-backed Khalifa Haftar. Haftar, with a rival government based in Benghazi, appeared to be on the verge of ousting the dysfunctional GNA.

Several officials in Libya say their side entered the deals with Turkey reluctantly, late last year, believing they had no choice. They desperately needed an ally as their opponent in the war, Libyan commander Khalifa Hifter, bore down on Tripoli with his forces, strengthened by Russian, Emirati and Egyptian backing, AP reported.

“It was like a give-and-take game,” said one official in Tripoli-based Prime Minister Fayez Sarraj’s office. “They took advantage of our weakness at the time.” He and other officials spoke on condition of anonymity, fearing for their safety in a country largely ruled by an array of militias.

In the end, Turkey sent troops and thousands of Syrian mercenaries totaling to around 3,500 and other military support that helped pro-Sarraj forces repel Hifter’s assault this spring, preventing the collapse of the Tripoli-based administration and shifting the tide of the war.

And in response, Egypt has approved the deployment of her military to war-torn Libya contrary to the expectations of Turkey. Also, Jerusalem Post claimed on Wednesday that Cairo also dispatched close to 150 soldiers to Syria's troubled province of Allepo, a strategic move seen as retaliation against Ankara's activities in Libya and Syria.

The rivalry between Cairo and Ankara could plunge Somaliland into a crisis because it has been enjoying close relationships from both countries. Although Turkey has not publicly issued a statement about Egypt's plans to establish a military base in Somaliland, sources say that Ankara expressed reservations, forcing Bihi to dispatch a delegation to Turkey.

Already, Ethiopia has publicly warned against Egypt's activities in Somaliland, arguing that the intentions are "suspicious". Ethiopia and Egypt have been at loggerheads overfilling of the Grand Renaissance Dam along the Blue Nile, but Somaliland insists that the two nations should solve their differences diplomatically.

On Friday, reports indicated that Ethiopia will be dispatching a permanent envoy to Hargeisa following Egypt's interest in the northern breakaway region of Somalia, a move geared towards "taming" Cairo's activities.

Although it's not clear how the move would shape Ethiopia's relationship with Somalia, however, it would further increase Somaliland's chances for international recognition.




 

AbdiGeedi

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Details about the meeting remain scanty but it's anticipated that the minister will discuss Somaliland's quest for international recognition, withdrawal of Turkish envoy from Somalia and Egypt's quest to set up a military base in Somaliland
Biixi is out of his mind if he thinks Turkey will withdraw its ambassador from Mogadishu let alone recognize his fiefdom's independence.

Although Turkey has not publicly issued a statement about Egypt's plans to establish a military base in Somaliland, sources say that Ankara expressed reservations, forcing Bihi to dispatch a delegation to Turkey.
I doubt that the Egyptian base is the main issue on the agenda of the SL delegation in Ankara. It is most likely about the Somalia-Somaliland talks in Djibouti, the changing political roadmap of Somalia and the upcoming oil/gas explorations.

I strongly believe Turkey is behind the recent political reshuffling in Somalia. I read that the US was lobbying the MPs to vote in support of Kheyre because he was viewed as the US and EU's liaison in Somalia's political establishment. I think Ankara is pushing for the strong presidential rule in Somalia which will allow to fast track reforms.

Staff of US development consultancy Chemonics, although present in the corridors of the House of the People - the lower chamber of Somalia's parliament - failed to win MPs over to the two western diplomats' point of view. Hired by Washington and Brussels, Chemonics is working with parliamentarians on a range of pricey good-governance and accountability projects, with the aim of regulating EU and US funds destined for Somalia's budget

 

Crow

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Look at the proportion of D's in Maroodi Jeex. The majority of students in Somaliland's most populous region failed!
:damn::damn::damn::damn:
 
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Calaf

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Togdheer being the smartest. Reer Burco at it education wise. Shows a correlation between deen and education.
 

Yonis

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That explains why after 30 years of peace they have achieved very little

It's a brain power issue for them
 
To make matters worse, all Somalis know how to do is fight yet they don't even know how to siege buhoodle. They could capture that village within a week :snoop:
 
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