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Lightbulb The Five Pillars of Islam
Posted by: ayuub - 03-28-2017, 05:30 PM - Forum: About islam - No Replies

The most important Muslim practices are the Five Pillars of Islam.

The Five Pillars of Islam are the five obligations that every Muslim must satisfy in order to live a good and responsible life according to Islam.

The Five Pillars consist of:

Shahadah: sincerely reciting the Muslim profession of faith

Salat: performing ritual prayers in the proper way five times each day

Zakat: paying an alms (or charity) tax to benefit the poor and the needy

Sawm: fasting during the month of Ramadan

Hajj: pilgrimage to Mecca

Why are they important?

Carrying out these obligations provides the framework of a Muslim's life, and weaves their everyday activities and their beliefs into a single cloth of religious devotion.

No matter how sincerely a person may believe, Islam regards it as pointless to live life without putting that faith into action and practice.
Carrying out the Five Pillars demonstrates that the Muslim is putting their faith first, and not just trying to fit it in around their secular lives.

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  Most Wanted Terrorists list, Liban Haji Mohamed
Posted by: Martin - 03-28-2017, 12:03 PM - Forum: The most wanted list - No Replies

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Aliases:
Abu Ayrow, Shirwa, Shirwac, Qatiluhum, Qatil


Date(s) of Birth Used
January 4, 1986
Place of Birth
Somalia
Hair
Black
Eyes
Brown
Height
6'0" (182.88 cm)
Weight
194 pounds (87 kg)
Build
Medium
Complexion
Dark
Sex
Male
Race
Black
Occupation
Taxicab Driver
Languages
English; Arabic; Somali


Reward:
The FBI is offering a reward of up to $50,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Liban Haji Mohamed.


Remarks:
Liban Haji Mohamed is a Somali-born, naturalized United States citizen. He has lived in the Northern Virginia suburbs of the Washington, D.C. area. Mohamed is traveling with his U.S. Passport No. 440140664 that expires May 20, 2018.


Details:
Liban Haji Mohamed is wanted for allegedly providing material support to Harakat Shabaab Al-Mujahidin, also known as Al-Shabaab and Al-Qaeda. Mohamed is believed to have left the U.S. on July 5, 2012, with the intent to join Al-Shabaab in East Africa.
 
A federal warrant for Mohamed's arrest was unsealed by the U.S. Attorney's Office in the Eastern District of Virginia on January 29, 2015.


SHOULD BE CONSIDERED ARMED AND DANGEROUS

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  Maxkamada ciidamada oo dil ku fulisay Rag qirtey dilka xildhibaano
Posted by: mow56 - 03-28-2017, 11:51 AM - Forum: Saado Cali Warsame - No Replies

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Maxkamada ciidamada qalabka sida ee dowladda federaalka Soomaaliya ayaa maanta xukuno dil ah ku fulisey labo nin oo ka tirsanaa Al-shabaab oo dilal kal duwan ugeystay xildhibaano, saraakiil dowladeed iyo shaqsiyaad kale.

Maxkamada ayaa cadaymo iyo qiraalba ku heshay labadan nin oo horay u dilay xildhibaanada kala ah Ex. Xildhibaan Saado Cali Warsame, Ex Xildhibaan Sh Aadan Maxamed Cali Madeer, Ex Xildhibaan Maxamed Maxamuud Xayd, waxay kaloo qirteen in ay dileen Axmed Odawaa Baale iyo Maxamed Axmed Maxamed oo kawada tirsanaa hay’ada sirdoonka Soomaaliya.

Labadan nin ee xukunka maanta lagu fuliyey ayaa lagu kala magacaabaa Shucayb Ibraahim Mahdi oo 37 sano jir iyo Faarax Cali Cabdi oo 30 sano jir ahaa, Ciidamada amaanka dowladda federaalka ayaa dhamaadkii sanadkii 2014 koox ay horjoog u aheeyeen ragan ayaa laga soo qabtay xaafad ay ka soo qaadijireen dagaalada iyo weerarada.

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  Kuwii diley Xil. Saado Cali Warsame oo ka sheekaynaya qaabkii ay u dileen- Video
Posted by: mow56 - 03-28-2017, 11:48 AM - Forum: Saado Cali Warsame - Replies (2)

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Warbaahinta Dowladda federaalka Soomaaliya ayaa baahisey rag dhawaan lagu qabtey magaalada Muqdisho kuwaas oo hawgal kale oo ka fashilmey lagu soo qabtey muddo saddex todobaad ah ka hor, 

barnaamijkan oo uu daadihinayey 
Weriyaha arrimaha sirdoonka uga warrama telefishanka 
Dowladda Federaalka Cabdicasiis Afrika, waxyaaba sida weyn looga sheekaynayo waxaa kamid ah 
dilkii Xil,.Saado Cali Warsamr iyo qaar kale oo badan, 
nimankan lagu eedeeyey in ay al-Shabaab yihiin 

isla markaana qiranaya dilalkaas, ayaan ka sheekeyneyn gacmaha ay caawinaadda ka heli jireen, iyo sida ay ku helijireen akhbaarta yoolkooda, sida Xildhibaanada Saado Cali oo ay sheegayaan in ay diyaarad raaci lahayd maalinta ay dilayaan maalinta ka danbeysey.



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Lightbulb Sufism
Posted by: macoow - 03-28-2017, 10:43 AM - Forum: About islam - Replies (1)

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Quick Facts
Formed             675 CE
Origin                Middle East
Followers           9,000,000
Deity                  Allah
Sacred Texts      Qur'an
Headquarters     None


Sufism is a Muslim movement whose followers seek to find divine truth and love through direct encounters with God. 
Sufism arose from within Islam in the 8th-9th centuries C.E. as an ascetic movement. 

The movement may have been given (or taken on) the name Sufism because of the course wool garments they wore as a mark of their rejection of worldly things; Sufis have traditionally taken vows of poverty and celibacy. 

Sufism developed religious practices focusing on strict self-control that enable both psychological and mystical insights as well as a loss of self, with the ultimate goal of mystical union with God. 

The Sufi movement consists of fraternal orders in which leaders train and assist disciples in the mastery of Sufism's philosophical principles and ritual practices. 

Such rituals and practices include writing and reciting poetry and hymns; some of the most famous and beautiful literature of the Islamic world has been written by Sufis. 

Sufis engage in a variety of ritual practices intended to help them realize union with God, such as distinct forms of ritual prayer (dhikr, literally "remembrance"), including the recitation of God's names, as well as bodily rituals such as those practices by the so-called "Whirling Dervishes," a Turkish Sufi order that practices meditation and contemplation of God through spinning.

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  Clinton Confronted By Voter Who Thinks Her Record Shows She Doesn’t Care About Africa
Posted by: macoow - 03-28-2017, 10:31 AM - Forum: Somali Comments - No Replies




Hillary Clinton had a tense confrontation with a young Somali-American woman in Minnesota Tuesday over her checkered past on racial issues.

The woman greeted Clinton and then brought up the "super-predator" remarks she made in the 1990s in support of a tough federal crime bill that Black Lives Matter protesters have deemed overly harsh on minorities.

A protester interrupted a private fundraiser to confront Clinton about the same comment last week.

This time, the conversation was more in the open.

"Well first of all, that comment was made one time," Clinton said. "I've always been in favor of young people [getting more] opportunities."

Clinton touted a speech she gave early in the campaign that included speaking out against racial profiling, but the young woman was unimpressed, asking how blacks could be sure Clinton would be "accountable to black communities now."

"I think, you know, you can look at my history," Clinton said. "I always have been."

"I don't think that's true," the young women said. "[I've looked] at your history and that's not what happened."

"I'm happy to give you more information, and the reason so many black and [inaudible] people across the country support me is because they know me. They know what I've done, and they know that I mean what I say, and I will have a very comprehensive agenda to deal with a lot of the problems," Clinton said.

She added she was proud to have support in the Somali-American community, but the young woman appeared to dismiss Clinton touting having the endorsement of a Somali-American councilman, flustering Clinton.

"You know what, dear?" Clinton asked. "You have a different opinion. He is a Somali elected to the City Council. I'm really proud of that."

The woman said something unclear, to which Clinton responded, "Why don't you go run for something then?"

"I'm working for a Somali-American," she replied as she turned to leave.

"Well, good, good luck to you," Clinton said, laughing.

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  More than 40 refugees killed in helicopter attack on boat in Yemen while trying to fl
Posted by: daacshe - 03-20-2017, 11:09 PM - Forum: Somali Comments - Replies (1)

UN says it is ‘appalled’ by massacre as worsening conflict forces people to flee
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People carry the body of a Somali refugee, killed in attack by a helicopter while travelling in a vessel off Yemen, at the Red Sea port of Hodeidah, Yemen, 17 March Reuters

More than 40 Somali refugees have been killed in an attack on a boat off the coast of Yemen while attempting to flee the country’s brutal civil war.



Coastguard authorities in the Houthi rebel stronghold of Hodeida said a helicopter gunship attacked the vessel they were travelling on in the Red Sea.



A Yemeni people smuggler who survived the attack said the boat had set sail overnight, aiming to cross to Sudan.


Al-Hassan Ghaleb Mohammed said women and children were among his passengers from the port of Ras Arra, along the southern coastline in Yemen’s Hodeida province. 
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African migrants on a boat in the southern port city of Aden on 26 September 2016, before being deported to Somalia (Getty)

He told the Associated Press that their boat had reached around 30 miles from shore when the helicopter gunship approached and opened fire, sparking panic on board. 
Migrants finally managed to hold up torches to show they were civilians, when he said the helicopter stopped firing. 

Photos that were too graphic to publish showed the bodies of women and men in civilian clothes lying on top of one another in the partially destroyed boat, their belongings splattered with blood. Children were believed to be among the dead.



Mohamed al-Alay, a coastguard official, told Reuters the refugees, carrying official UN documents, were attacked by an Apache helicopter near the Bab-el-Mandeb strait.



Houthi rebels accused the Saudi-led air coalition of carrying out the attack, following heavy bombardment in the area, where it accuses Shia fighters of smuggling weapons into Hodeida in small boats.



The International Organisation for Migration said at least 42 people had been killed and dozens injured on the boat, which had about 140 people on board. The survivors – 75 men and 15 women – were taken to detention centres.


The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) said it was “deeply distressed” by the casualties and called for all parties in the Yemeni civil war to protect civilians in accordance with international law.

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  U.S. ELECTION: WHAT’S BEHIND DONALD TRUMP’S COMMENTS ON SOMALI REFUGEES?
Posted by: daacshe - 03-20-2017, 10:46 PM - Forum: Somali Comments - Replies (1)




Trump Hustled Off Stage by Security Agents

U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump turned on the country’s Somali community on Sunday during a speech in Minnesota.
The Republican candidate promised to crack down on “faulty refugee-vetting” if he is elected, saying that large numbers of Somali refugees had settled illegally in Minnesota due to lax procedures.

“Everybody’s reading about the disaster taking placing in Minnesota,” Trump said at a rally in the strongly Democratic state, the Guardian reported.

Newsweek took a closer look at some of Trump's claims about Somali-Americans.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks at a rally in Minneapolis, Minnesota, November 6. Trump said that Minnesota's Somali refugee population was spreading extremism across the country.
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MANDEL NGAN/AFP/GETTY

What Trump said: “Here in Minnesota, you’ve seen first hand the problems caused with faulty refugee-vetting, with very large numbers of Somali refugees coming into your state without your knowledge, your support or approval.”

Trump is right that large numbers of Somali refugees have settled in Minnesota. 76,000 Somalis live in the U.S., according to 2010 census data, with the highest concentration in Minnesota. The so-called Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul have a well-established Somali community, thought to be in the tens of thousands.

It's not clear how many illegal or “unvetted” Somali refugees have settled in Minnesota. In terms of official refugee resettlement, however, the biggest influx of Somali refugees to the U.S. occurred during the Republican administration of George W. Bush, between the financial years 2004-2006, according to CNS News. In that three-year period, more than 33,000 Somali refugees were admitted to the country. This is likely to correspond with a period of heightened instability in Somalia—a transitional federal government was formed in late 2004 but the capital, Mogadishu, fell to Islamist militants in June 2006.

Trump said: “Some of them [are] joining ISIS and spreading their extremist views over all our country and all over the world.”

Trump was apparently referring to the case of three young Somali American men who were convicted of conspiracy to commit murder overseas in Minnesota in June. The three were part of a wider group of 10 who hatched a plan to leave the U.S. for Syria, where they intended to join the Islamic State militant group (ISIS). (One of them is believed to be in Syria now). The plot was uncovered by the FBI after the organization recruited a Somali-American informant who was previously part of the group.

More than 20 young men have also left Minnesota to join the Somali extremist group Al-Shabab, which is affiliated with Al-Qaeda, according to the BBC. Some of the recruits have gone on to commit attacks for Al-Shabab: Abdisalan Hussein Ali, a 22-year-old who grew up in Minneapolis, carried out a suicide bombing on African Union troops in the Somali capital Mogadishu in 2011.

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Al-Shabab fighters rally in the streets of Mogadishu, Somalia, October 30, 2009. Several young men have left Minnesota to join the militant group.
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But in light of Trump’s comments, Minnesotans have been quick to emphasize the positive contribution made by Somali immigrants. Minneapolis mayor Betsy Hodges, a Democrat, posted a message to Trump on Facebook following the latter’s speech. “Minneapolis is a better, stronger place for having our Somali and East African immigrants and refugees in it,” said Hodges. “It is a privilege and an honor to be the mayor of the city with the largest Somali population in this country.”

In the election for the Minnesota House of Representatives, both the Democratic and the Republican candidates standing for one district (the District 60B) are Somali, meaning that the victor will become the country’s first Somali-American legislator.

Trump suggested his administration would have prevented “the recent terrorist knife attack in St. Cloud.”

The Republican candidate was referring to an attack carried out by Dahir Ahmed Adan, a 20-year-old Somali American man from St. Cloud, a city in Minnesota. The suspect stabbed 10 people before being shot dead by an off-duty police officer, and ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack via its semi-official Amaq news agency.

Local Somali leaders condemned the attack as the actions of an individual rather than the community, but the stabbing reportedly resulted in a spike in anti-immigrant and Islamophobic messages online, the Guardian reported.

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  Trump's comments on MN Somalis draw sharp response
Posted by: daacshe - 03-20-2017, 10:36 PM - Forum: Somali Comments - No Replies

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Somali-Americans and their supporters reacted harshly Monday to Republican Donald Trump's remarks during his brief weekend visit to Minnesota.
In his rally at an airport hangar on Sunday, the GOP presidential candidate told supporters that Minnesota had "suffered enough" for taking in thousands of Somali refugees.

He said Minnesota had seen first-hand the problems caused by what he described as faulty refugee vetting, "with large numbers of Somali refugees coming into your state without your knowledge, without your support or approval, and with some of them then joining ISIS and spreading their extremist views all over our country and all over the world."

• NewsCut: After Trump attack, a defense of fellow Minnesotans

In Minneapolis on Monday, outside a dark-green building that houses both Afro Deli and the African Development Center, a woman in her 30s said Trump's comments were not only ignorant but dangerous.

"Yesterday, one of my friends actually had somebody chase him with a car, calling him 'Terrorist, get out of the country,'" she said. "That's danger. That's what Trump created in this community."

She refused to give her name, fearing backlash for speaking out against Trump.

"Somali people are hard-working," she said. "Every Somali community that I've seen, they're either working for themselves, or looking for work, for something to do ... 

What are the percentage of the people that have left to go fight for terrorist groups?"
Another woman, a 25-year-old refugee from Somalia, also didn't want to give her name. "If he wants to be a president, a president needs to be a person who's there for everybody," she said. "I'm not hating him or anything like that ... 

I felt so hurt when he said refugee people who are not citizens ... 'are going to go back to where they belong.'"
Trump's comments also offended U.S. Sen. Al Franken. On his way down to Faribault, the Minnesota Democrat said Trump was exploiting people's ignorance.
"He's been going around the country, doing this kind of thing, appealing to people's fears, and doing it in a calculated way," Franken said. "He basically said the Somali community was spreading terrorism around Minnesota, and that we've seen it here. And we haven't."
Franken said he attended a high school graduation ceremony this year in Willmar, where the class of 2016 was about 65 percent white, 15 or 20 percent Hispanic and 10 to 15 percent Somali.

"These kids love each other," Franken said. "That's what America is all about. ... That's what Minnesota is about. We don't need someone who is trying to tear us apart. And that's why he's going to lose."

On her public Facebook page, Ilhan Omar, a Somali-American and DFL candidate for state representative, said: "Yet again, Donald Trump rallied for intolerance ... in the land of 10,000 lakes, warm hearts, and Minnesota nice, the only thing we suffer from is an acute sense of progressivism!"

Mohamed Kali, executive director of Somali American Community Radio, said he and other community leaders "reject this message of division, and the name-calling. We should not let Donald Trump change the fundamental values of Minnesotans."
He and other Somali-American community leaders, including CAIR Minnesota, condemned Trump's words and encouraged everyone to make their votes on Tuesday count.

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  Habka loo soo ceshto password
Posted by: daacshe - 03-19-2017, 10:04 AM - Forum: Special Page For Ahmed Liido - Replies (4)

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