Thursday, January 23, 2020
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By Ahmed Ibrahim PhD The New York Times reported Qatar proxy elements were involved in terrorist attacks that advanced Doha’s interests. Communication intercepts by foreign intelligence agency shared with the NY Times, conversation between Khalifa Al-Muhanadi, a businessman with close … Continued

Thorns on The Path: Somali Women In Politics

By Yasmeen Maxamuud Politics is a very hard rock to crack around the globe, its full of slander, innuendo, and the process may leave one regretful she has entered the fray to begin with. For women in Somalia the stakes … Continued

The Corruption Scandal in the Heart of Somali Government

By Abdi Dagal Faahiye This article is part one of a series on corruption and misappropriation of public funds within the Ministry of Finance, Federal Government of Somalia. In Somali politics, corruption is the name of the game. To understand this, … Continued

Here’s what it means to be Somali in Kenya

Residents of Eastleigh, a Nairobi neighborhood known for its densely Somali population, on Jan. 18, 2010. (Simon Maina/AFP via Getty Images) By Kim Yi Dionne Pirates. Terrorists. Refugees. There is a long history of negative portrayals of Somalis around the … Continued

Ali Haji Warsame: An Interview

Editor’s Note: Ali Haji Warsame is a veteran Somali public figure who was the Education Minister of Puntland between 2014 and 2015, a presidential candidate in the federal elections of 2016, a former Puntland presidential candidate in 2014, and a … Continued

The Rise and Fall of Farmaajo

By Guled Hagi Hersi No one expected that President Mohamed Abdullahi “Farmaajo” would fall from grace this soon. Not even his ardent supporters. After all, he was the leader we—a desperate nation perpetually yearning for someone to love rather than … Continued

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