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Somali clans

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 31. Chapters: Darod, Yibir, Hawiye, Abgaal, Demographics of Somalia, Marehan, Dir, Majeerteen, Warsangali, Isaaq, Gadabuursi, House of Galluweger, Rahanweyn, Dhulbahante, Ayr, Hiraab, Habar Gidir, Osman Mahmoud, Ogaden, Issa, Sade,... Viac o knihe

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 31. Chapters: Darod, Yibir, Hawiye, Abgaal, Demographics of Somalia, Marehan, Dir, Majeerteen, Warsangali, Isaaq, Gadabuursi, House of Galluweger, Rahanweyn, Dhulbahante, Ayr, Hiraab, Habar Gidir, Osman Mahmoud, Ogaden, Issa, Sade, Leelkase, Aulihan, Sheekhaal, Wabeeneeye, Harti, Garre, Meheri people, Madhiban, Akisho, Murule, Reerow-Xassan. Excerpt: The Darod (Somali: , Arabic: ¿) is a Somali clan. The father of this clan is named Abdirahman bin Isma'il al-Jabarti, but is more commonly known as Darod. In the Somali language, the word Daarood means "an enclosed compound," a conflation of the two words daar (compound) and ood (place enclosed by wall, trees, woods, fence, etc.). The Darod population in Somalia lives principally in the north, with a presence in Kismayo in addition to the southwestern Gedo region. Outside of Somalia proper, there are various Darod sub-clans in the Ogaden and the North Eastern Province (currently administered by Ethiopia and Kenya, respectively), as well as Yemen. Several sources, including the Canadian Report of the Somalia Commission of Inquiry, indicate that the Darod is the largest Somali clan. However, other sources such as the CIA and Human Rights Watch indicate that the Hawiye is the largest Somali clan. Sheikh Darod's tomb in Haylaan, Sanaag, Somalia.According to early Islamic books and Somali tradition, Muhammad ibn Aqil's descendant Abdirahman bin Isma'il al-Jabarti (Darod), a son of the Sufi Sheikh Isma'il al-Jabarti of the Qadiriyyah order, fled his homeland in the Arabian Peninsula after an argument with his uncle. During the 10th or 11th century CE, Abdirahman is believed to have then settled in northern Somalia just across the Red Sea and married the daughter of the Dir chief, which is said to have given rise to the Darod clan family. According to the British anthropologist and Somali Studies veteran I.M. Lewis, while the traditions of descent from noble Arab families related to the Prophet are most probably expressions of the importance of Islam in Somali society, "there is a strong historically valid component in these legends which, in the case of the Darod, is confirmed in the current practice of a Dir representative officiating at the ceremony of installation of the chief of the Darod family." Sheikh Harti's tomb in Qa'ableh.A similar clan mythology exists for the

  • Vydavateľstvo: Books LLC, Reference Series
  • Rok vydania: 2011
  • Formát: Paperback
  • Rozmer: 246 x 189 mm
  • Jazyk: Anglický jazyk
  • ISBN: 9781157044499

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