Somaliland: regional football tournament erupts into clan fighting and slogans.

Helios

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That’s the worst picture you could find and it’s an IDP camp.

The map I posted is literally area called Guban aka Burnt, it doesn’t hold a candle to Bosaso which is why 7 people live there.

:drakekidding:
Guban is the flat maritime plain from Djibouti city in the west to just east of Berbera 😂

You posted a pic of Xiis in Sanaag which has nothing to do with the Guban and tried to pass it off as some kind of a diss
:deadrose::deadmanny:
 
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I too would be mad if my territory was officially designated a desert :lolbron:
That map is fake. There's not 400 mm rain in Burco.

Spit out the khat, you clown.

:russ:

How much does it rain in Burco?
Throughout the year, in Burco, 222mm (8.7") of rain is accumulated.

 
@Helios



You do know the word "guban" is an Af-Soomaali word for "burnt".

IDPs in Puntland are settled in areas the locals don't want to inhabit. The outskirts of Bosaso, Garowe etc.

Nobody is giving them prime real estate.
 
Guban is the flat maritime plain from Djibouti city in the west to just east of Berbera 😂

You posted a pic of Xiis in Sanaag which has nothing to do with the Guban and tried to pass it off as some kind of a diss
:deadrose::deadmanny:
Sorry about that, the Burnt area happens to be in another part of Somaliland. So Hiis managed to stay a shithole without being in the Burnt area after your mighty tribe conquered it.

:russ:
 
@Helios



You do know the word "guban" is an Af-Soomaali word for "burnt".

IDPs in Puntland are settled in areas the locals don't want to inhabit. The outskirts of Bosaso, Garowe etc.

Nobody is giving them prime real estate.
Climate-wise, what is the difference between:

Buulo Mingis camp for IDP, located in Bosaso.jpg


And:

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Same desert landscape.
 
Speaking of Bosaso IDP camps, is it true they used to be settled in an old neighborhood near the beach and then they were moved?

Boqolka Buush in Bosaso , the IDP camp, has it been removed to the outskirts? The one pictured below?

Yeah they were moved around Faroole's era to the camp site he posted.
 
Climate-wise, what is the difference between:

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And:

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Same desert landscape.
You can post that of any city in a desert environment, the northern part of Bari is desert.

The point is you people bragged about conquering that town as if it was great but it's 7 homes on a beach.

Bosaso looks great as the video showed. You do not have a single town on the coast that rivals its size and its exports which is why all of you Isaaq are obsessed with its port.

:ehh:
 
You can post that of any city in a desert environment, the northern part of Bari is desert.

The point is you people bragged about conquering that town as if it was great but it's 7 homes on a beach.

Bosaso looks great as the video showed. You do not have a single town on the coast that rivals its size and its exports which is why all of you Isaaq are obsessed with its port.

:ehh:
We are talking about climate. Stick to the program sand neggro.

You live in the least hospitable territory in the whole region, a desert.

You are the last person on earth to talk about human habitat when your land looks like the surface of Mars :pachah1:
 

Helios

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VIP
Sorry about that, the Burnt area happens to be in another part of Somaliland. So Hiis managed to stay a shithole without being in the Burnt area after your mighty tribe conquered it.

:russ:
@Helios



You do know the word "guban" is an Af-Soomaali word for "burnt".

IDPs in Puntland are settled in areas the locals don't want to inhabit. The outskirts of Bosaso, Garowe etc.

Nobody is giving them prime real estate.
I'm very well aware what guban means

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The guban is just a thin coastal strip of land but unfortunately for you guys you have almost entire gobols that are burnt like Bari. We have the luxury of a cool interior and can actually farm large scale in parts of Somaliland 😹

Land is land and if Xiis was taken that's area to trade and settle - most have urbanized away from the the tuulos anyways
 
We are talking about climate. Stick to the program sand neggro.

You live in the least hospitable territory in the whole region, a desert.

You are the last person on earth to talk about human habitat when your land looks like the surface of Mars :pachah1:
Least hospitable but the largest city. Somaliland's 50% literacy rate at display. Stay comparing your 7 houses to Bosaso.

:russ:
 
Least hospitable but the largest city. Somaliland's 50% literacy rate at display. Stay comparing your 7 houses to Bosaso.

:russ:
Sand neggero, glad you've come to your senses and accepted your territory is least hospitable stretch of land in the region.

You were out of moves anyway:pachah1:
 
I'm very well aware what guban means

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The guban is just a thin coastal strip of land where but unfortunately for you guys you have almost entire gobols that are burnt like Bari. We have the luxury of a cool interior and can actually farm large scale in parts of Somaliland 😹

Land is land and if Xiis was taken that's area to trade and settle - most have urbanized away from the the tuulos anyways
You have dryland rainfed farms which go into drought every few seasons and which is why 80% of your livestock died a few years ago. I can hear this talk from a Abgaal in Jowhar but not a burnt man from Somaliland.


:mjkkk:
 
@Helios

What's your point? We also have farms in Bari, Nugaal and Mudug, incredible coasts, oases etc, etc.

The only town in North-West Somalia that has ever been beautiful in my eyes is Borama.

Nothing interests us about your Somaliland, zilch.
 
Sand neggero, glad you've come to your senses and accepted your territory is least hospitable stretch of land in the region.

You were out of moves anyway:pachah1:
I didn't accept it, you come from an area called Guban, I merely quoted your illogic.

:mjlaugh:


Inhospitable but somehow the largest city? I don't want this one to fly over your head.
 

Helios

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You have dryland rainfed farms which go into drought every few seasons and which is why 80% of your livestock died a few years ago. I can hear this talk from a Abgaal in Jowhar but not a burnt man from Somaliland.


:mjkkk:
Famines are uncontrollable when they strike but the averages here reflect the regular pattern
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Most of the guban region averages more precipitation than large portions of PL
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@Helios

What's your point? We also have farms in Bari, Nugaal and Mudug, incredible coasts, oases etc, etc.

The only town in North-West Somalia that has ever been beautiful in my eyes is Borama.

Nothing interests us about your Somaliland, zilch.
That's good for you, Borama is in that agricultural region that I mentioned earlier

You might have farms but there is no region documented as primarly subsisting on agro pastoralism in Puntland - nowhere 👍

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Puntland does not primarily subsist on farming, yet, but we'll get there. Historically we were never farmers but farming has become more and more popular as of late. Even Garowe University has a greenhouse and teaches students how to farm.

There are 2 sectors Puntland will start to expand into more and more; renewable energy and farming.

Watch this space.

As for our landscape and climate, we love it, Alhamdulilah. :cool:
 
Famines are uncontrollable when they strike but the averages here reflect the regular pattern
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Most of the guban region averages more precipitation than large portions of PL
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That's good for you, Borama is in that agricultural region that I mentioned earlier

You might have farms but there is no region documented as primarly subsisting on agro pastoralism in Puntland - nowhere 👍

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Fake news, you are posting a particular season which is why your map does not have a date. Lets look at the average.

"Guban, coastal plain, northwestern Somalia, running parallel to the Gulf of Aden for about 150 miles (240 km) between Seylac (Zeila) in the west and Berbera in the east. The Guban (“burned”) plain narrows gradually from 35 miles (56 km) in the west to about 4 miles (6 km) in the east. Sandy and low-lying (less than 330 feet [100 m] above sea level), it is characterized by high temperatures and humidity, little rainfall (about 2 inches [50 mm] annually)."


Pathetic attempt but expected.

:mjlaugh:
 

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