Discussion in 'Other Videos' started by Zaynab123, Aug 22, 2008.
wa iyaka brother heegaan.....
Sister Zaybab123 May Allah grant the best for u in this world and in the hereafter. Ameen
my Sister, may Allah subahana wata'ala grant u jannatul firdowsa and the best for u in this world and in the hereafter too ameen,ameen,ameen......
subhana allah . . .
sis zaynab . . how do you understand arabic ? ?
She's somali. so in the masjid's owned by somalis we learn arabic and tafseer. in somalia arabic is the main language in schools. salam.
Wow the Mujahid never stop to amaze me. Their lives are fun and great, may Allah Ta Alla bless our brothers in Thaliban, Ash Shabab, Chechen, Xinjing, Eastern Asia, and all around the world, Ameen.
And may he make us all be steadfast and pious Ebadis, Ameen!
did you hear shabaab captured kismaayo(somalia) masha'allah
ok well, i can read and spell arabic but i don't speak arabi, i can also understand arabic. becoz my language most of the words are arabic.
i can't transalate it tho.... so abit smart :lol:
do u speak Arabic?
akeed ana bahki arabi la'ani mn flisteen wa aa'esho fi flisteen w sa'abka fe flisteen ela youm aldeen en shaa' allah bi ethni rbi ela'alameen :ma:
same with me sis! i can read, write, and understand a little but i can't really speak it. lol. :salam2:
no i haven't heard that but it good news to hear, Allahu Akbar,Allahu Akbar,Allahu Akbar. i really do love all the mujahediin. may Allah subahna wata'ala make them stronger ameen, may Allah subhana wata'ala increase their Iman and grant them jannatul firdowsa ameen.....:
here it is
Islamist militia seize key Somali port
Posted: 8/22/2008 6:33:00 PM
Somalia's Islamist militia on Friday wrested control of Kismayo, the country's biggest port town, where at least 34 people have died in three days of fighting, witnesses said.
"Kismayo is completely under the control of the Islamists," said Mohamed Abdi, a trader and a former government official.
"All militias were driven out and the town is now controlled by the Islamists," said Farah Abdi, another local.
Clashes erupted between the Islamist fighters and a local militia in Kismayo, 500 kilometres (300 miles) south of the capital Mogadishu, late Wednesday for the control of the town.
But a commander of a local clan militia said they had not been routed by the Islamists, claiming they made "a tactical withdrawal to avoid large number of civilian casualties."
"There is no complete takeover and our forces will regain the control of Kismayo in a very short time," said Mohamud Hassan.
At least 12 people were killed Friday, while several bodies still lay in the combat zones, where it was too dangerous for residents to go and collect bodies.
The militia is headed by Aden Barre Shire Hirale, a warlord who is also a lawmaker in the country's transitional government, but who has strained relations with President Abdullahi Yusuf Ahmed's administration.
"It is a matter of a day or two before we get Kismayo back," said another militia commander who spoke on condition of anonymity.
The Islamists were driven out of Kismayo in early 2007 after Ethiopian forces rolled into Somalia to back the government in fighting an Islamist movement that controlled much of central and southern Somalia.
Kismayo was the last stronghold of the Islamists.
But since the toppling of the Islamist movement early last year, violence has steadily worsened with remnant fighters resorting to guerrilla tactics against the Ethiopian forces, government soldiers as well as African Union peacekeepers in the capital mogadishu.
Civilians have borne the heaviest brunt of battles between Islamist fighters and the Ethiopian forces. At least 6,000 have died in the past year alone.
Somalia has lacked an effective government since Barre's ouster touched off a deadly power struggle that has defied more than 14 attempts to stabilize the country of about 10 million.
yay! u r from flistiin, :ma: ma Allah subhana wata'ala grant felestiin freedom and save them from the evils. i love masjid al-aqsa insha Allah someday i will visit it.....
Ana A'ishu min sumal i hope u understand it
yay for us!
that makes me happy.... insha Allah we will win......
na'm ennani afham matha tkoolen ya aokhayati
en shaa' rb ala'alameen anaki youman sta'teen ela ardo flisteen lekai tosaleen wa ta'bodeen rbol-a'alameen fel-msjidil-aqsa t'alet'ol-haramayn
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