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War In Somalia And Culture Essay

1217 words - 5 pages

Jawaab Celin Ka Socota Arday Ka Qalin Jabisey Dugsiga Sare ee Abaarso School of Science and Technology

Waxa aan warqaddan u diraynaa dhammaan ummadda Somaliyeed, meel kasta oo ay joogaan. U-jeedadayaduna waxa ay tahay in aannu faahfaahin ka bixinno jahawareerka ka dhashay booqashada uu suxufiga Anderson Cooper ku yimid Somaliland, gaar ahaan socdaalkii uu ku tagey dugsiga Abaarso. Isla markaana waxa aannu jawaab ka bixin doonnaa eedaymaha aan salka iyo raadka lahayn ee loo soo jeediyay dugsigayega.

Waa marka koowaad’e, dhammaantayo waxa aannu ka midaysannahay in khaniisnimadu (ama is guursiga dadka isku jinsiga ahi) aanay dhaqan Soomaaliyeed iyo diin Islaam midnaba meel ku lahayn.
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Dadka ku nool wadamadan uu dhaqaalahoodu dhisanyahay waxa ay haystaan fursado iyo taageerooyin waxbarasho maaddi oo aan sinaba dhulkeena looga helin. Taa waxa sii dheer, in dadka Soomaaliyeed Af-Ingiriisigu aanu afkooda koowaad iyo kooda labaad midnaba. Guushan layaabka leh ee ay soo hooyeen ardeyda reer Abaarso ayuu telefishanka CBS News ka diyaarinayaa warbixin.Telefishankani waxa uu doonayaa in uu baadhitaan ku sameeyyo tariikhda dugsiga Abaarso si uu adduunka ugu sharraxo dariiqada uu iskuulkani raacay ee guusha u soo hoysey. Warbixintani waxaa kale oo ay caalamka tusi doontaa horumarka iyo nabadda ay Somaliland ku tallaabsatay.
Barnaamijkan diyaarintiisa waxa loo soo xil saaray Anderson Cooper oo ah nin aaminsan in ay raggu is guursan karaan. Waxaa xaqiiqo jirta ah, inuu ninkani yahay nin qaba nin kale. Hase ahaatee, waxaa la wada yaqaannaa in ninkan shaqadiisu ay tahay wariyennimo. Ninkani waa weriyye caan ah oo ka hadla waxyaabo badan oo ay ugu wayntahay siyaasaddu. Waxa uu u shaqeeyaa wakaaladda warbaahinta madaxa bannaan ee loo yaqqaan CNN. Ninkani mudadii 30-ka saacadood ahayd ee uu ku sugnaa Abaarso waxa uu ka shaqaynayey mashruucan ay CNN u soo igmatay. Waxa qudha ee laga hayaa waa inuu yidhi, “Somaliland horumar wayn ayey ku tallaabsatay waxaanan rajaynaynaa inaan caalamka u soo bandhigno horumarka ka qabsoomay dalkan”(turjumaad).

Waxaa nasiib darro ah, in shakhsiyaad markoodii horeba raadinaayey fursad ay ku hagardaameeyyaan ardeyda iyo waalidiinta Abaarso School ay ku soo daba gabbadeen imaanshaha suxufigan. Waxa aannu doonaynaa in aan dadkan xasuusinno in ay Alle ka cabsadaan. Ilaahay (SWT) waxa uu Qur’aankiisa suuban ku yidhi.
يَا أَيُّهَا الَّذِينَ آمَنُوا إِنْ جَاءَكُمْ فَاسِقٌ بِنَبَإٍ فَتَبَيَّنُوا أَنْ تُصِيبُوا قَوْمًا بِجَهَالَةٍ فَتُصْبِحُوا عَلَىٰ مَا فَعَلْتُمْ نَادِمِينَ(Surah 49.Al-Hujurat, Ayah6
“Waar duulka iimaanka laga helayoow, haddii uu qof fidno wadaa war idiin la yimaado, iska hubsada; Laga yaabaa in aad dad ku geftaan oo aad ka murugootaan jeer dambee.” (Tafsiir).

Dugsiga Abaarso waxa uu hoy u yahay in ka badan 200 oo arday oo Soomaali ah. Ardeydan waxaa diinta Islaamka ku tarbiyadeeyay waalidiin Muslim ah oo illaa hadda waxbarashadooda iyo anshaxoodaba ka war hayya. Waxaa intaa dheer in dugsiga maamulkiisa ay ku jiraan gudi waalidiin ah oo diin iyo dhaqanba loo daba fadhiisto. Sidaas daraadeed, dadka dugsiga dhaleecaynaya ee ku andacoonaya in caruurta dhaqan xumo lagu baro dugsigani waxa ay si toos ah u dhaliilayaan anshaxa iyo asluubta diineed ee ardeydan iyo waalidiintani ay weligoodba ku sifaysnaayeen. Sida Cabdillaahi Binu Cumar (Ilaahay raalli ha ka noqdo isaga iyo aabihiibee) uu ka soo weriyey nebigeenna suubban (NNKH), “Muslimku waa ka ay muslimiintu ka nabad galaan carrabkiisa iyo gacantiisaba...” (Al-Bukhari.)

Dhammaanteen waajib ayaa innaga saaran ineynu wanaagga is farno, xumahana aynu iska reebno. Laakiinse waxa ay ahayd in dadku ay wax hubsadaan inta aanay seefta la boodin....

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