Thursday, February 29, 2024
Wardheer News

Youth and Truth: De-westernizing the mind

By Abdinoor Maalim Derow Editor’s note: This is an excerpt of soon to be released book “Youth & Truth: De-Westernizing the Mind” written by Abdinur Maalim. Youth and Trush is an amalgamation of numerous studies that are part historical and … Continued

President Aden Abdulle : His life and legacy: A book review

Reviewed by: Abdirahman A. IssaAuthor: Mohamed Issa TrunjiPublisher: Looh PressPages: 224Publication date‏: ‎2023 Mohamed Issa Turunji is an octogenarian who served the Somali government in various capacities from 1962 to 1991. When the Civil War erupted in 1991, he joined the United … Continued

Trade Makes States: Governing the Greater Somali Economy: A book Review

Reviewed by: Abdirahman A. Issa Editors: Tobias Hagmann and Finn StepputatPublisher:  Hurst PublisherPages: 274Publication date‏: ‎2023 Trade Makes States is an interesting addition on the growing corpus on the debates of Somali state formation. The book, edited by Tobias Hagmann and Finn Stepputat, explores … Continued

Labo Isma Saarin: Memoir of An Armed Struggle: A Book Review

Reviewed by: Abdirahman A. IssaAuthor: Hussein Khalif Jama Language: Somali Publisher: Ciid Publisher Pages: 300Publication date‏: ‎2021 What drives a young medical student to take up arms against his government? This is the central question explored by Labo Isma Saarin, a memoir by Hussein … Continued

South Seattle families publish new Somali-English children’s books

By Alexandra Yoon-Hendricks A story about a monkey outsmarting a deceitful crocodile sounds like a typical children’s book readily available on library shelves. But traditional Somali fables like “Daanyeerkii Caqliga Badnaa” are hard to find in the United States — particularly … Continued