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Hassan Ghedi Santur 15 Aug 18
I feel honoured to represent the hard work of all the editors at to bring MEDITERRANEAN to the .
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Sawda Nor 15 Aug 18
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Abdifatah Faisal 15 Aug 18
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Abdifatah Hassan Ali 17 Aug 18
My favorite topic of the day touches the marriage disputes & jealousy crisis within the Somali families. These are some issues considered to be taboo. Fardowsa Abdikadir’s new book “Sidee Maseerka Loo Maareeyaa” says everything about the issue. Get copy for yourself
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Captan AJ 14 Aug 18
I can't wait to there It take me long trip to get muqdisho from indonesia to attend this special day. And i hope tommorow i'll be first guess. Thnks for your preparations
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和丹 Dr Hodan Osman 17 Aug 18
Mogadishu Book Fair 2018, a well organized event, filled with the energy and inspiration of Somali youth who gathered from across the world to celebrate the spirit of knowledge sharing. Even on its last day, u could hardly see an empty seat, inspired!
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Abdihakim Ainte 14 Aug 18
They say, the best gift is a book. But the most best gift is book from your dear friend with friendship note. Thank you . See you at
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Ismail farah 17 Aug 18
Yasmeen Jama,19 years old presenting her book named Haldoorka Nolosha to the participants, Despite that she grew up in Norway that doesn’t change her mindset and culture. how adorable and inspiring is this?
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Abdihakim Ainte 15 Aug 18
A book you donate today will certainly educate to unborn kids tomorrow. Pls donate to @AdadoPLibrary. It’s rewarding.
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Nanjala Nyabola 17 Aug 18
A writer's dream: a hall full of people ready to speak about books and writing. Mogadishu's intellectual tradition holding on through so much difficulty. Conversations about preserving language and connecting worlds. Thank you for your kindness.
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Suldaan Ahmed 16 Aug 18
Let us remember: “One book, one pen, one child, and one teacher can change the world.” ~Malala Yousafzai
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Abdifatah Hassan Ali 17 Aug 18
Another amazing book “stories from girls & women of Mogadishu” exhibited at . It’s just getting better & better.
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Mo O Rageh 16 Aug 18
This book "Federal Sun Noqday" by Mustaf Warsame Sabriye was presented on the Mogadishu book far. It must an interesting read.
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ishaana bille\ikram 17 Aug 18
Mama Fardowsa Jamaac now on the stage talking about Somali language & it’s evolution at the Mogadishu Book Fair
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Fardos Abdullahi 16 Aug 18
Glad to see young children taking part, this beautiful events and getting chance to read storytelling books. This is not only a book fair, it’s beginning of peace and interaction of the society.
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Ahmed Johari Bilal 17 Aug 18
Well done Media team 4 your great job. Mogadishu B. Fair posts were seen everywhere in the SM & Digital arenas masha allah. That was your tireless efforts. May Allah the almighty reward U all immensely iA. We love you all & please accept our HFA warm greetings.
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Faaiza Hassan 16 Aug 18
Masha Allah; Thanks for organizing such great and benificial event like this
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Fardus  M Dheere 13 Aug 18
The young man of the year is one of guests of am always proud of you walaalo.
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Abdi Addow 🕊 17 Aug 18
Hashtag is trending on Twitter because of Somali youth. International mainstream media if you are not interested to come and report the positive image of Mogadishu then the good news comes to your desk and newsfeed.
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Bashir Ibrahim 17 Aug 18
To the Social Media Team of Your presence helped to make this event a great success and your enthusiasm and positive spirit helped make our time together both productive and fun. I wish you all the best and hope that you continue to be engaged with the volunteering work.
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