Sheekh Cabdiraxmaan Sheekh Nuur

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Cabdiraxmaan Sheekh Nuur
Abdurahman Sheikh Nuur
الشيخ عبد الرحمن نور
Dhalasho qiyaastii 1880kii
Boorama, Soomaaliya
Dhalashada Soomaali
Shaqada barre, xaakim (qaadi)
Ciwaan Sheekh, mu'alif

Sheekh Cabdiraxmaan Sheekh Nuur (Af-Soomaali: 'Abdurahman Sheikh Nuur', Af carabi: الشيخ عبد الرحمن نور) wuxuu ahaa nin aqoonyahan, macalim, qoraa, mu'alif, hogaamiye diineed oo u dhashay dadka Soomaalida. Sheekh Cabdriaxmaan waxaa fadhigiisu ahaa magaalada Boorama, halkaasi oo ku dhigi jiray cilmiga diinta iyo maadiga, isla markaana ku alifey Farta Boorama.[1][2]

Taariikh

Sheekh Cabdiraxmaan wuxuu ku dhashay isla markaana ku koray magaalada Boorama, ee waqooyiga Soomaaliya. Sheekhu wuxuu ka soo jeedaa beesha Gadabuursi, ee beelweynta Dir.[3]

Sheekh Cabdriaxmaan wuxuu markuu yaraa waxbarasho u tegay magaalada Harar, halkaasi oo ku soo bartey Quraanka iyo aqoon kale oo maadi ah. Wakhtigii dhalinyarnimadiisii wuxuu macalim Quraan ka ahaa deegaano badan oo Waqooyiga Soomaaliya ah oo wakhtigaasi hoostegayay maamulkii gumeysiga Ingiriiska. Sheekh Cabdiraxmaan waxaa aabo u ahaa Xaakim (qaadi) ka talin jirey maamulkii gumeysiga Ingiriiska.[4]

Sanadkii 1933, Sheekh Cabdiraxmaan wuxuu alifey hab cusub oo loo qoro Far Soomaaliga, kaasi oo ugu magacdaray Farta Boorama. Fartani wuxuu ugu talogalay in lagu qoro Af-Soomaaliga.

Farta Boorama

Borama
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Luuqad Af-Soomaali

Farta Boorama (Af Ingiriis : Borama alphabet; Qaabka qoraalka: Boorama.jpg) (sidoo kale loo yaqaano: Far Gadabuursi) waa nidaam wax-qoris oo ka mid ah Far Soomaaliga taasi oo uu alifey Sheekh Cabdiraxmaan Sheekh Nuur. Sida taariikhda lagu hayo, Sheekh Cabdiraxmaan wuxuu alifey fartan sanadkii 1933 wakhtigaasi oo uu ku sugnaa magaalada Boorama, oo noqonaysa sababta farta loogu magacdaray magaaladaasi.[5]


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Tixraac

  1. I.M. Lewis (1958), The Gadabuursi Somali Script, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, Vol. 21, pp. 134–156.
  2. Somali alphabets, pronunciation and language
  3. David D. Laitin, Politics, Language, and Thought: The Somali Experience, (University Of Chicago Press: 1977), pp.86-87.
  4. qadi (judge) of Borama. Sheikh Nuur would later follow in his father's footsteps by also becoming a qadi, albeit of the entire northern British Somaliland region.
  5. David D. Laitin (1 May 1977). Politics, Language, and Thought: The Somali Experience. University of Chicago Press. pp. 98–. ISBN 978-0-226-46791-7. Retrieved 2 July 2012.