Why did this map leave out Somaliland although the map is fake

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  1. Abdisomali

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    It’s kinda funny they left out somaliland and Djibouti
     
  2. The alchemist

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    It is historically incorrect, so who cares. Somalia was never part of that chaliphte to begin with.
     
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  3. Abdisomali

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    It’s incorrect in many ways the caliphate didn’t reach or Pakistan
     
  4. abdiwarrior

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    It actually did.
    And it reached Somalia it's called daroud/isaaq
     
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  5. SirLancelLord

    SirLancelLord "Countering Bohol's Bullshit"

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    there's a lot of modern world maps now that shows Somaliland. Despite your governments protest
     
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  6. Dhay Geel

    Dhay Geel "Aar kow Dheh"

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    Somaliland was never part of any Arab empires. However somaliland has 5th or 6th oldest mosque in the world. Masjid qiblatayn. This mosque was built during the 6th century. During the time of the prophet (PBUH). While the umayid khalifet came like 100 years after the prophets death. This shows Somalis from somaliland were Muslim before most Arab countries.
     
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  7. fox

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    The Umayyads not only reached Pakistan (Sindh) but conquered it. The Governor of Iraq Al Hajjaj Ibn Yusuf (under Caliph Abdul Malik Ibn Marwan) sent his young nephew Muhammed ibn Qassim to conquer Sindh (region in Pakistan). This was after was a pirate raid off the coast of Debal resulting in gifts to the caliph from the king of Serendib (modern Sri Lanka) being stolen.
     
  8. Hybrid

    Hybrid Death Awaits You

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    do you got any source lol islam didn't even reach Somalis until the 10th century
     
  9. Dhay Geel

    Dhay Geel "Aar kow Dheh"

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    Actually Somalis and Ethiopians whete one of the first people to accept Islam. When the sahaba migrated they landed in modern day Eritrea, then they went to the Ethiopian king in Axum modern day Ethiopia. I believe some of them landed in Zayla modern day somaliland because the mosque there (masjid qiblatayn) was built around 620-630)

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

    Meanwhile the oldest mosque in modern day Egypt was built in 641, 20 years after the mosque in zayla.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Masjid_al-Qiblatayn_(Somalia)
     
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  10. Suldaanka

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    Modern day sl. Stop with the politics.
    According to reer waqooyi. Their origins came much after.
    Masjid qiblatayn was built around the time the sahaba escaped mecca.
     
  11. Pureblood

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    Completely false. Islam reached the Somali shores before most of Arabia actually.
     
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  12. fox

    fox RULE BRITANIA RULE THE WORLD VIP

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    Yes Islaam reached Zeila (which was part of Axum at the time) before it reached Madena but the people who inhabited the region weren't Somali.
     
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  13. Pureblood

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    Nonsense Somalis always lived in and around Zeila.

    “During antiquity Zeila was part of the Somali city-states that in engaged in a lucrative trade network connecting Somali merchants with Phoenicia, Ptolemaic Egypt, Greece, Parthian Persia, Saba, Nabataea, and the Roman Empire. Somali sailors used the ancient Somali maritime vessel known as the beden to transport their cargo”

    When the sahabah came to Zeila they encountered Somalis and later habashis after crossing deeper into Aksum empire
     
  14. Suldaanka

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    What qabil where they
     
  15. Pureblood

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    Back then Qabiil names we know today didn’t exist .darood / Isaaq didn’t come for hundreds of years later. I’m not too sure how old the Dir name is
     
  16. Suldaanka

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    Yh. I was thinking that Darood and Isaaq didnt exist. They were maybe 300 to 400 years later. They where Probably Dir.
     
  17. fox

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    Cut out the kacaan historical revisionism:bell:what you going to say next? We wuz puntites as well init :pachah1:we've somehow managed to inhabit the same region for thousands of years soomaha:mjkkk:The north of the horn (Somaliland or Northern Somalia) was Himyarite territory up until their demise in 520 ce. Then the Axumite kingdom took over their territories :russsmug:inaadeer afrocentricismka naga daa :mjlol:taariikhduu way cadtahay :manny:
     
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