Madhibaan

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Madhibaan
Tirada guud ee dadka
20,000 (1960 qiyaas)
Meelaha ay ku badan yihiin
 Soomaaliya
 Kiinya
Luqada

Af-Soomaali

Diinta

Sunni Islam, Suufi

Dadka ay dhalyo wadagaan

Yibir, Muuse, Midgaan iyo beelo kale laga tiro badan yahay

Madhibaan (Af-Ingiriis: Madhiban) sidoo kale loo yaqaano Midgaan,[1] waa beel ka mid ah qabiilada laga tirada badan yahay ee ka tirsan dadka Soomaalida, kuwaasi oo deegaan ku ah wadanka Soomaaliya iyo Itoobiya.[2]

Hordhac

Beesha Madhibaan waxay ka tirsan tahay beelaha laga tirada badan yahay ee laga helo deegaano badan oo ka tirsan Geeska Afrika.[3] Intaas waxaa dheer, beeshani waxay si rasmi ah u degaan dhamaan magaalooyinka Somaliland. Sidoo kale, magaalada Jigjiga iyo Diridhabe waxaa ku dhaqan tiro badan oo Madhibaan ah.

Magaca beeshu wuxuu ka yimid ereyga Madhibe (qof aan dhib lahayn[4]), markii dambe loo bedelay Madhibaan.

Taariikh

Tirokoob la sameeyay 1960kii waxaa lagu sheegay in beesha Madhibaan ahayd 20,000 qof, kuwaasi oo intooda ugu badan ku noolaayeen Waqooyiga Soomaaliya.[5]

Waxaa taariikhda lagu sheegay in beesha Madhibaan ay kasoo farcameen Mohamed Gorgaate Hawiye . Waxay ahaayeen dad ugaadhsato ah, taasi oo keentay in laga sooco bulshada inteeda kale.[6] Dadka Soomaalida ah inteeda u badan waxay ahaan jireen xoolodhaqato iyo beeroley; taasi oo keentay in si khaldan loo arko dadka ugaadhsatada noqday.

Si kastaba ha ahaatee, beesha Madhibaan iyo dhowr qabiil oo kale waxaa loo yaqaanaa Tumaal; taasi oo asal ahaan ka timid xirfada biraha ay beelahasi ku shaqaystaan.

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  1. Ereyga "Midgaan" wuxu ka yimid "Midig"; maantase dad badan waxay u arkaan afxumo!
  2. Somalia at the Crossroads. Adonis & Abbey. 2007. pp. 10. https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=CXUwAQAAIAAJ. 
  3. Chapin Metz, ed., Helen. "Somalia: A Country Study". The Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress. Retrieved 18 June 2016. 
  4. The Middle East, Issue 4, (Northumberland Press: 2007), p.196
  5. Lewis, I.M. (1999). A Pastoral Democracy: A Study of Pastoralism and Politics Among the Northern Somali of the Horn of Africa. LIT Verlag Münster. p. 14. ISBN 3825830845. http://www.google.com/books?id=yoMBQCr4LysC. Retrieved 23 September 2014. 
  6. Jama, Hassan Ali (2005). Who Cares about Somalia: Hassan's Ordeal ; Reflections on a Nation's Future. Verlag Hans Schiler. pp. 97-98. ISBN 3899300750. http://www.google.com/books?id=lAyeNqKK7bQC. Retrieved 23 September 2014.