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Love Curls Deep Down

Love Curls Deep Down

By M. J. Farah They say Bodhari died before his time.  It was the burning love and its flame for Hodan that devoured this prolific poet in the 20th century.  He fell deeply in love with Hodan in an age when love itself was a cultural taboo in their society of Berbera, Somalia. Hodan was [...]

October 1 2012 | Posted in Headlines | Read More »

Somalia: Road to Nowhere

Somalia: Road to Nowhere

In the last two months, it was estimated that over 30,000 Somali babies died by hunger and diseases in the Dabaab refugee camp in Kenya. Through the News media from all over the world, we witnessed Somali mothers burying their dead babies with no visible tears on their faces. “Why are you not crying?” One [...]

August 18 2011 | Posted in Articled & Opinionated Stories, Somali Stories | Read More »

We Speak

We Speak

To rewrite the personal scars of the past, we speak. For the act of fulfilling our dreams, we speak. For the sake of interpreting our pains into meaningful realities, we speak. To empower the courageous act of forgiveness, we speak. For turning our dreams into realities, we speak. To correct the wrong, we speak. For [...]

March 2 2011 | Posted in Poetry & Spoken Words | Read More »

Earth Bleeds

Earth Bleeds

When the wrong is rewarded, when the weak is ignored and abused, when injustice spreads like deadly cancer in the land, when democracy favors the rich and the powerful, when the women become sexual objects, when the men competes for the Weapons of Mass Destruction, when the great religions are mixed with politics, when some [...]

November 22 2010 | Posted in Poetry & Spoken Words | Read More »

The Art of Passion

The Art of Passion

On Saturday June 5, 2010, I attended Bunker Hill Community College’s (BHCC) graduation commencement.  Dr. Benjamin S. Carson, Director of the Division of Pediatric Neurosurgery at John Hopkins Hospital, was the keynote speaker.  On the stage, he appeared to be a very simple and disciplined man.   He seemed to capture and sustain the attention of [...]

October 20 2010 | Posted in Headlines, Inspirational Stories | Read More »

Somali Women: The Better Half of the Society

Somali Women: The Better Half of the Society

Somali women are the basis on which Somali society continues to thrive and exist.  They take care of the household chores, they work, they raise children, they keep the family together, and they regularly send money to the extended families back home in Somalia.  Despite Somali women being extremely busy, they are emerging as the [...]

September 4 2010 | Posted in Articled & Opinionated Stories, Headlines, Somali Stories | Read More »

Who Said Strangers Do Not Care?

Who Said Strangers Do Not Care?

Let me be authentic, and engage from my heart.  Despite human beings’ competitive nature over scarce resources, they do care for one another.   In 1991, Somalia had descended into a disastrous civil war, and people were running anywhere they could to seek safety.  We made an attempt to escape the conflict once before, and ended [...]

July 5 2010 | Posted in General, Headlines | Read More »

Somali Youth: The Meeting of the Minds

Somali Youth: The Meeting of the Minds

Somalis are not belligerent, anti-government, pirates or terrorists, as they are often portrayed in the media. A number of you subconsciously or consciously believe this false depiction of a remarkable people. Somalis are simple people who desire to live in a peaceful environment with justice, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, just like the people [...]

June 5 2010 | Posted in Articled & Opinionated Stories, Headlines, Somali Stories | Read More »

Somalia: President Sheikh Ahmed: The Man in the Mirror

Somalia: President Sheikh Ahmed: The Man in the Mirror

Sheikh SHARIF Sheikh Ahmed, a former Commander in Chief of the Islamic Courts Union (ICU), became the 7th President of Somalia on Saturday, January 31, 2009. During his presidential campaign, he promised to bring much-needed reconciliation to Somalia’s warring tribal factions. The Somali people held a degree of trust for him because he came from [...]

May 3 2010 | Posted in Articled & Opinionated Stories | Read More »

Rising from the ashes of war

Rising from the ashes of war

Rising from the ashes of Somalia’s devastating civil war is an image so powerful, it could help provide a solution to the never ending devastation: educated Somali women. Women with the power and knowledge to pass their education to their offspring have the chance to construct a healthy and successful society from the chaotic rubble [...]

April 22 2010 | Posted in Articled & Opinionated Stories, Headlines, Somali Stories | Read More »