Thursday, April 18, 2024
Wardheer News

History of Zayla: A Somali Port Under Theoretical Offence Part I

By Said M-Shidad Hussein Abstract: Zaylac or Zayla‘ is apparently objective of what is recently called “a deal” between the Hargeysa-based ‘ Somaliland’ administration of northwestern Somalia and the government of Ethiopia. This is not only because in the Ethiopian … Continued

The Advent of Humanity’s Sunshine (PBUH)

BY: MANSOOR ALAM Prophet Ismail (PBUH) had 12 sons. His second son Qaydaar (قیدار) settled in Hijaz and became the custodian of Kaaba built by Ibrahim (PBUH) and Ismail (PBUH). Prophet Ismail’s descendants, over time, became a large community. They expanded … Continued

Axmed Faarax Cali (Idaajaa): A Literary Icon

By Abdi Mohamed Axmed Farax Cali, also known as Idaajaa, is a household name in Somalia. Idaajaa is a literary scholar who researches, collects and broadcasts Somali poetry on radio. During his long career, he has dealt with gabay, guurow, … Continued

Remembering Scholars of Islam Executed in 1975

Prof. Abdurahman Abdullahi (Baadiyow) Forty-eight years ago, on January 23, 1975, the Somali people were shocked after the military regime executed 10 eminent scholars of Islam. These scholars peacefully protested the violation of Islamic law in the promulgated secular family … Continued

Mar kale:  Dooxada Marar iyo Damaca Oromada

W/Q: Xil. Maxamed Ibraahim Hordhac MARAR waa dooxo iyo degaan Alle baad iyo biyoba ku mannaystay, oo ku taal goob 25 km xagga galbeed ka xigta magaalada Jigjiga kana tirsan degmada Tulli-Guuleed. Waxa Dooxadan ka qodan 57 ceel-biyood oo shacabka … Continued

The Lost City of Gedi: Kenya’s Machu Picchu

By Pedro Alonso; Laprensa Latina Gedi, Kenya, (EFE).- Deep in the East African rainforest lies a mystery: the ruins of the Lost City of Gedi, an archaeological wonder known as the Machu Picchu of Kenya. For decades, the Swahili city … Continued