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Year End Greetings

Issue 311
Front Page

Rayale Leaves For The USA On A Private Visit

Somaliland Accuses Abdillahi Yusuf Of Agitating Tribal Feuds

Kulmiye & Qaran Form An Alliance Against Rayale

Dr. Ahmed Hussein Ise: America Is Ready To Establish Ties With Somaliland

A very African coup

Ethiopian Minister Details Relations With Neighboring Countries

Abdillahi Yusuf Back To Hospital

From Guinea To Somalia, Political Differences Taking A Bloody Shape

Operate Africa like the USA

The Impacts of Ethiopia’s Invasion of Somalia

Regional Affairs

Somali PM Names Most Of New Cabinet

ODM Uhuru Park Rally Aborts Again

Special Report

International News

Obama Wins Iowa As Candidate For Change

Genital Mutilation: A British Reality


Remembering those killed in 2007

The Year Gone By Jean-Jacques Cornish

The War On Terror In Africa: Assessment And Prospects For 2008

2007: The Year Of Assassinations


Food for thought


Did The Somali Canadian Alliance Start Off On The Wrong Foot?

What Prevents The Youth To Dare The Marriage

Year End Greetings

Las-Anoders Abroad To Abdillahi Yusuf Yey: Not in My Name

Benazir Bhutto: A champion of democracy

Terrorist V Terrorism

Somaliland elders never tire and retire

By Hassan Abtidon

Toronto Canada – every year has its ups and downs, we enter into busy year of family gathering, we wish all cultures a very happy times. Enjoy the time you have with your families and friends, and be sure to relax and appreciate the spirit of the New Year.

The New Year is a good time to set new goals, both personally and professionally, to gain a new perspective and renewed enthusiasm. This could be your year to make things happen, to fulfill dreams. Each year brings new lessons to learn, and this year was no different. The volatility of the past year strengthened our need to reinforce the importance of planning.

Enjoy the tradition of religion or secular practices of your choice, with respect for the religious or secular persuasion and /or tradition of others or their choices not to practice religious or secular traditions at all

We wish you a fiscally successful, personally fulfilling and medically uncomplicated recognition of the outset of the generally accepted calendar year 2008, but not without due respect for the calendars of choice of other cultures, whose contributions to the society have helped make your country great.

The New Year will start with hope and excitement for Somaliland People in particular North America Somaliland Diaspora to greet their President as he puts on foot in Washington D.C. probably the first month of the New Year.

Somaliland Community Services of Toronto

Hassan Abtidon



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