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Abdurahman Warsame

Contributor profile · 5 posts · joined 4 December 2007

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I blog at No Longer At Ease, on politics; mainly focusing on East Africa and Middle East issues. I'm a native Arabic and Somali speaker, and learning Farsi. Currently based in Qatar.

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Latest posts by Abdurahman Warsame

15 October 2009

Somalia: Is government recruiting young Kenyans for war?

Conversations for a Better World

This is the first wrap up of Somali blogs in 2009. Yes, it's been more than a year since I took leave a long leave from blogging but now I'm...

6 May 2008

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On Somalis in the new Kenyan cabinet

What issues are dominating the Somali blogosphere? Let's take a quick tour: Kenya-Somali writes about the new Kenyan cabinet and the Somali representation in it: It's good to see many...

19 February 2008

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Somalia: Can a hijab-wearing blogger get a respectable job in the US?

This is our second roundup of Somali blogs discussing various topics including Somali politics, the challenges of wearing a hijab in the United States and the first Somali female pilot.

16 January 2008

Introduction to Somali Blogosphere

The first roundup of Somali blogs, a small but steadily growing segment of the African blogsphere. Most Somali bloggers, predictably perhaps, are young, based outside Somalia and write in English.

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