Sheekhaal

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Sheekhaal
Meelaha ay ku badan yihiin
 Soomaaliya
 Itoobiya
 Kiinya
Luqada

Af-Soomaali iyo Af-Carabi

Diinta

Sunni Islam, Suufi

Dadka ay dhalyo wadagaan

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Sheekhaal (Af-Ingiriis: Sheikhal; Af-Carabi: شيخال‎‎) sidoo kale loo qoro: Sheykhaal, Sheekhaash, waa beel ka mid ah dadka Soomaalida, kuwaasi oo deegaan ku ah wadanka Soomaaliya, Kiinya iyo Itoobiya.[1] Sheekhaasha waxaa lagu magacaabaa Fiqi Cumar oo ah odaygii ay ka soo tafiirmeen.

Hordhac

Beesha Sheekhaal waxay ka tirsan tahay dadka Soomaalida ee laga helo deegaano badan oo ka tirsan Geeska Afrika.[2] Intaas waxaa dheer, beesha Sheekhaal waxay si rasmi ah u degaan Gobolada Dhexe ee wadanka Soomaaliya, deegaanada Soomaali Galbeed ee wadanka Itoobiya. Sidoo kale waxaa tiro fiican degan tahay gobolka NFD ee wadanka Kiinya.

Laanta Axmad Looboge (ee Shiikhaal) waxay leedahay in, in kastoo ay xagga siyaasadda gaashaanbuur la yihiin qabiilka wayn ee Hawiye, inayan taas macneheedu ahayn inay ayagu Hawiye ku abtirsadaan. Waxaa ayaguna sidaasoo kale qaba Aw-Qudub oo ka mid ah laamaha waawayn ee Shiikhaal, waxayna diidan yihiin oo daaqadda ka tureen warka oranaya inay Shiikhaal Hawiye ka mid tahay xagga dhalashada.[3]

UNHCR – oo ah Hay’adda Qarammada Midoobay u qaabilsan Qaxootiga adduunka – waxay qabtaa inay Shiikhaal tahay qabiil gooni ah oo afar laamood ka kooban oo kala ah (Kow) Looboge, (Laba) Aw Qudub, (Saddex) Gendershe, iyo (Afar) Cali.”[4]

Shiikhaal Looboge waa marti, waxayna marti u tahay ninka la yiraahdo Hiraab: halkaasuu ka yimid erayga Martiile Hiraab[5]

Shaxda Beesha

  • Aw-Qutub[6]
  • Aw Axmed Loobage
  • Aw Cismaan Gandarshe
  • Gaameedle Gandarshe
  • Jaziira
  • Qallu
  • Teedan
  • Abiib
  • Cali Cafiif
  • Gudle
  • Cabdi Shekh
  • Cabdi Sufi
  • Cabdisamad
  • Sheikh Hayti
  • Seyle

Sidoo kale fiiri

Tixraac

  1. Somalia at the Crossroads. Adonis & Abbey. 2007. pp. 10. https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=CXUwAQAAIAAJ. 
  2. Chapin Metz, ed., Helen. "Somalia: A Country Study". The Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress. Retrieved 18 June 2016. 
  3. Hassan Ali Jama (2005). Who Cares About Somalia. Berlin: Verlag Hans Schiler. p. 140. ISBN 3-89930-075-0. https://books.google.com/books?id=lAyeNqKK7bQC&lpg=PA1&pg=PA140#v=onepage&q&f=false. 
  4. Joint British, Danish and Dutch fact-finding mission to Nairobi, Kenya (2000-11-24). "Report on minority groups in Somalia" (PDF). Nairobi, Kenya. p. 55. Retrieved 2013-01-02. 
  5. https://www.ecoi.net/file_upload/90_1261130976_accord-report-clans-in-somalia-revised-edition-20091215.pdf Clans in Somalia Report on a Lecture by Joakim Gundel, COI Workshop Vienna, 15 May 2009 (Revised Edition) published December 2009
  6. Aves Osman Hagi; Abdiwahid Osman Hagi (1988). Clan, sub-clan, and regional representation in the Somali government organization, 1960-1990: statistical data and findings. Washington DC: Aves O. Hagi & Abdiwahid O. Hagi. p. 156. http://books.google.co.uk/books/about/Clan_sub_clan_and_regional_representatio.html?id=iS4fHAAACAAJ&redir_esc=y. 
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