Tuesday, October 26, 2021
Wardheer News

How Somalia came to have its name

NII NTREH  In the strictest sense of the political theory, Somalia is one of the few countries in Africa that we may refer to as a ‘nation’. The overwhelming majority of those in that territory share common ancestry and heritage. To explain further, … Continued

‘Ghost’ human ancestor discovered in West Africa

A mysterious “ghost population” of now-extinct ancient human-like creatures may have interbred with early humans living in West Africa, scientists say. Researchers suggest DNA from this group makes up between 2% and 19% of modern West Africans’ genetic ancestry. They … 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

Ahmed Hussein: Hang by the Neck Until Pronounced Dead?

By Adan Makina Editor’s Note: Taken from Adan Makina’s upcoming book “The Political Struggles of Sultan Deghow Maalim Sambul”, this chapter exposes the sufferings encountered by Mzee Ahmed Hussein who was almost sentenced to death by the British colonial Administration … Continued

Ibn Al-Haytham: The father of modern optics

Abu ‘Ali Al-Hasan bin Al-Haytham (965-1040 C.E.) was one of the most eminent physicists, whose contributions to optics and scientific methods are outstanding. Known in the West as Alhazen, Ibn Al-Haytham was born in 965 CE in Basrah, and was … Continued