Wednesday, September 22, 2021
Hargeisa, 13 July 2009 - "Please, steer straight." This was the most frequent phrase of my driving teacher, I remember him as I had felt that he has overused and repeated; "why doesn't he find another phrase to avoid...
To: Congressman Donald Payne, Chairman Subcommittee on Africa and Global Health 2310 Rayburn House Office Building Washington, District of Columbia 20515 Dear Mr. Chairman, Somaliland Forum thanks you greatly for your genuine concern for the suffering people of Somalia. As Somalia’s neighbor, Somaliland...
My few words reflect the writing of Mrs. Elizabeth Ohene about President Obama's schedule visit to Ghana. Somaliland held high the achievement reached by our fellow African country, that we share a lot since our beloved country came...
Hargeisa, 6 July 2009  - I am a citizen of the country called "Somaliland" and I wish to communicate with you directly. My open letter to you, your highness, is a plea I wish to make and request your...
By Hodan Keyse Hassan On the 13th of June, Mr. Ahmed Mohamed Mohamud (Silanyo) arrived in Stockholm and right away gave an inspiring speech to hundreds of Somalilanders that were waiting for his arrival to Sweden. Before he held his speech,...
By Abdi H. Gass This is the second time that I have contacted your office. The first time I asked that you speak at a reception in Washington, D.C., for the late President of Somaliland, Mohamed Haji Ibrahim Egal, who...
Hargeisa, 4 July 2009  -- Mr. Donald Payne should learn from Somaliland the secrets behind the failed peace at somalia& should forget his Word "unacceptable!!" when expediting Peace in a volatile and highly vulnerable Region, particularly to a sovereign...
Hargeisa, 2 July 2009  - Amazing it is how some of the websites talk about the refusal of Somaliland government to participate at the so-called Washington meeting. It is also clear that most of those websites misunderstood or are...
Written by Dalmar Kaahin Hargeisa, 30 June 2009 -- As I watch the video of U.S. congressional hearings convened in Washington DC in June 25, 2009 about the current turmoil in Somalia, a hostile voice echoes in the conference room:...
By Paul Goldsmith And Abdi Umar Nairobi, Jun 30 2009 — Naturally, threats to bring down glassy skyscrapers and demands that Kenya withdraw security forces patrolling the border evoke public alarm. Sometimes an ostensibly negative and emotionally charged development can flip over...