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Dekadda Muqdisho (), sidoo kale loo yaqaano Dekadda Caalamiga Muqdisho,[1] waa dekada rasmiga ah ee magaalada caasimada Muqdisho, taasi oo u adeegta howlaha dowlada Soomaaliya. Dekadani waxay ka mid tahay kuwa ugu weyn isla markaana ugu mashquulka badan Geeska Afrika.[2] Dekedda Muqdisho waxaa asal ahaan la sameeyay wakhti aad u horeeyay, taasi oo taariikhyahanadu ku sheegaan in dekedani jirtey wakhtigii Boqortooyadii Roomaanka.[3]

Dhinaca kale, dekedani waa mida ugu weyn dhamaan dekadaha ku yaala wadanka Soomaaliya.[4]

Dekadaha Soomaaliya

Wadanka Soomaaliya waxay leedahay xeebta ugu dheer qaarada Afrika,[5] taasi oo u suurtogelisay ineey yeelato tiro badan dekado ah. Si kastaba ha ahaatee, dekadaha ugu waaweyn ee si xoogan uga shaqeeya wadanka Soomaaliya waxaa ka mid ah:

Dhinaca kale, wadanka Soomaaliya waxaa ku yaala tiro badan oo dekedo dabiici ah, qaar kale qadiimi yihiin. Dekeda ugu weyn wadanka waa Dekada Muqdisho oo Dawlada Federaalku gacanta ku hayso. Sidaas ay tahay waxaa jira tiro badan oo dekedo ah; kuwaasi waxaa ka mid ah: Caluula, Maydh, Dekatul Raxmaan, Lughaya, Eyl, Qandala, Xaafuun, Hobyo, Garacad iyo Ceelmacaan.

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  1. "Nuqul Archive". Mogadishu Port. Waxaa laga kaydiyay the original 3 December 2013. Soo qaatay 1 December 2013.  Barameter aan la aqoon |ciwaan= ignored (caawin)
  2. (PDF). Government of Somalia http://www.somalitalk.com/2010/may/istambul/transport.pdf. Soo qaatay 31 August 2013.  Maqan ama ebar |title= (caawin)
  3. (PDF). Government of Somalia http://www.somalitalk.com/2010/may/istambul/transport.pdf. Soo qaatay 31 August 2013.  Maqan ama ebar |title= (caawin)
  4. Khalif, Abdulkadir (12 June 2013). http://www.africareview.com/News/Djibouti-and-China-to-rebuild-Mogadishu-port/-/979180/1880672/-/t3o1wqz/-/index.html. Soo qaatay 1 December 2013.  Maqan ama ebar |title= (caawin)
  5. International Traffic Network, The world trade in sharks: a compendium of Traffic's regional studies, (Traffic International: 1996), p.25.
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