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|| Vintage Somalia || Young boy climbing atop a dead shark in Mogadishu (1936)

TB to Toronto😩.Really missing the big city😢😓🌃🌃!! The rural life got me like😭😭😕!!#viewsfromthe252 #galkayo #somalia #africa

Afternoon coffee with friends at #Galkayo, Mudug.

Left-to-right: Omar, @jacfaryusuf , @farahpare , me and @faaidlabaguud

-I Made it to My Next Destination "Galkayo" The north-central region of Somalia. Puntland 👉 What are the top tourist attraction spots in this city? 👀#Roadtrip #AllOverSomalia #NextStopXaamar #Puntland #galkayo

They call #Galkayo but I call #Goldkayo.

Traveling to, from or within #Somalia? #OceanAirlines is the only plane that takes you to your destination with a smile and on time. Experience the #FlyingNomad with the #NomadicHospitality #Somaliland #Puntland #Jubaland #SouthWestState #Galmudug #Hargeisa #Mogadishu #Galkayo #Kismayo #Garowe #Baydhabo #Jowhar #Beledwayn #Adado #LasAnod #Borame #Bosaso


|| Colonial Period || Memorial service held for the fallen crew of the Italian navy ship, the 'Marco Polo' which was infamously attacked by Somali warriors while docked in the Mogadishu harbor (1912)

|| Somali Literacy Campaign || In 1972, an army of students and teachers were mustered in the capital to initiate one of the largest literacy campaigns in history. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Thousands of Somalis, many of whom were teenagers, were given the task of venturing into the countryside to teach the newly developed Somali Alphabet. The girls in the photo above were but a handful of those who prepared leaflets for the occasion. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
In the span of 3 years, Somalia became one of the most literate countries in Africa. Somalia was able to achieve such a status purely through cooperation and through an understanding of the greater good. This should stand as a testament of what we can achieve if we unite as one people.

|| Vintage Somalia || Young boy climbing atop a dead shark in Mogadishu (1936)

|| Somali Resiliency || The Somali people have through the past centuries, experienced much hardache which has ironically enough, conditioned them to react calmly to disheartening acts.

In the past week, Somalia witnessed two attacks. On the 8th of June, terrorists attacked the Af- Urur Military Base located 60 miles outside the port city of Bosaso where nearly 70 soldiers perished. Yesterday, as Muslims broke their fast in the Capital, terrorists once again attacked a popular restaurant killing 31 civilians.

The tragic acts commited by these brainwashed, barbaric cowards will not bring about their intended reactions. Somalis are resilient people. We are not scared of Al-Shabaab. We will not let our momentum be overshadowed by these attacks. Somalia will continue to progress and prosper. Al-Shabaab will never have a foothold in the horn. They are not Somali and they are definitely not Muslim. These two titles are held only by proper, dignified people which they aren't. The days are numbered for Al-Shabaab. Soon, the might of the Somali National Army will befall them and when that day comes, they better hope we dont reciprocate their behavior.


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