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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 daarood ismaaciil . 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. p. 10. 
  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. 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. Retrieved 23 September 2014.