Are there no other men in this world?Reiko nayaa i am being sarcastic here. I am reminding people an ex or former brother in law is still a brother in law
Are there no other men in this world?
I understand it was used as a social safety net at that time. Baahi iyo dan ayaa ku kaliftay. I doubt most ppl would do it if they had a choice.
I know of this woman. She married 3 brothers one after the other. She married the 2nd after the 1st died, she divorced the 2nd and married the 3rd brother lol. She had kids with all of them and those kids are siblings/cousins. So confusing! I think she was a special case like you Basraay
It's an old dhaqan...not as common now.Don’t bring my father into it saqajaanyahow.
No woman is willing to marry her dead sister’s husband. They are emotionally pressured/manipulated into it. Those kids can be cared for without her having to bed her deceased sister’s fella.
So your dumbass equates rural with uneducated. People like you deserve to never go back.Really?!!?!? I've never heard of this though, does this occur in the rural parts of the country, where the people aren't very well educated?
Nothing wrong with this practise.So your dumbass equates rural with uneducated. People like you deserve to never go back.
Most somalis are nomads till this day. I would even say about 65 to 70 percent
He equates knowledge with english or school. When in fact they are the most proficient in language, dhaqan, and way of lifeNothing wrong with this practise.
But rural people tend to be uneducated compared to those that live in the city and this is a fact. This is a common fact for most groups of people.
Reer miiy people also tend to be illiterate. Maybe not so much now, but definitely when my parents were growing up, although Said Barre did send graduates to go to miiy areas and teach the people reading and other skills.
Being educated is having a knowledge in array of things. Especially things that will improve the quality of life of people and open mindedness.He equates knowledge with english or school. When in fact they are the most proficient in language, dhaqan, and way of life