Bida Chimini : Bidda, Somali : Biida or Bido are a clan confederacy based in BaraaweSouth West State of Somalia and make up one of the groups part of the "todobo Tol" roughly translates to 7 clans also known as Bravanese people.
Biida which translates to "settled" in Chimini is a clan confederacy now made up of 10 clans, where each clan came in different historical periods and joined over the course of the last millennia. The original members of this confederacies belonged to the Wa'ili, Amwawi, Jabri, Qahtani and other tribes from mainly southern Arabia.
Members of the Biidah umbrella clans can also be found in both Zanzibar and Kenyaespecially in coastal settlements such as LamuMalindi and Mombasa most had moved to these areas after the war. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Translocal Connections across the Indian Ocean. Categories : Ethnic groups in Somalia. Hidden categories: "Related ethnic groups" needing confirmation. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history.Jaaliyada reer faqi cumar Stockholm
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BaraaweMarkaMogadishu and Zanzibar. ChiminiSomaliArabic and Swahili. HaatimAsharafBravanese peopleTunni and other Benadiri people.Members largely inhabit Somalia 's southern coastline. Although the Benadiri are sometimes described as the founders of Mogadishu hence, their colloquial name Reer Xamar or "People of Mogadishu",  though the city itself is postulated to be a successor of ancient Sarapion the Benadiris originate from a group of minorities that originates from "mercantile urban communities" established by migrants from the Arabian Peninsula who settled along the southern coast of Somalia and built stone towns for defense and trade.
Their members also trace their origins to diverse groups. The latter primarily comprise various other Somali clans, with some additional influences from the ancient Emozeidi ArabsPersiansand South Asians. Reer Xamar were instrumental in helping to consolidate the local Muslim community, especially in the coastal Benadir region.
The Benadiri people split up into three major confederacies, named after the towns in which its based in. Each of these confederacy is made up of clans that can also be found in other town umbrella's in the example of AsharafHaatimReer Faqi and Shanshiyo these clans can be found among all 3 groups Shanshiyo and Reer Faqi are part of the Biido confederacy in Baraawe.
The Reer Marka group are also known as locally and politically as 12 koofi Somali : 12 capshowever despite the name this group is no longer made up of 12 clans rather currently in the traditional elder council there's 16 clans now.
With the clan group Reer Maanyo being considered one despite they themselves being a confederation of 4 different clans in the city of Marka. Istighfarseeking forgiveness from Allah is a common practice of Muslims all around the world and you'll hear in everyday conversation between Muslims.
Istaqfuro is an annual Benadiri event held in the Hamar Weyne district of Mogadishu when there is high winds and high tides. Despite the locals treating this festival as a festival with Islamic, many believe this festival is a pre-Islamic festival where locals on the coast of southern Somalia. As the festival is a reaction to a natural phenomenon of a particular season, which i linked to the solar calendar and not the lunar which Muslim follow.
The Shirka is a festival that happens annually in the Hamar Weyne district of Mogadishu. This festival is most generally known as dabshiid which translate to lighting of the fire in Somali Neyrus in Persianthis festival occurs in Mogadishu at the same time as the Istunka in Afgooyeand is so similar as to be the same. The men gather in groups by lineage, and wear different coloured shirts with matching headbands to identify their clan affiliations, they also carry long sticks that they thrust up and down in rhythm as they chant and shuffle through the designated route of the neighbourhoods of Hamar Weyne.
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The total Somali clan genealogy: a preliminary sketch. African Studies Centre. The History of Civilisation in North Madagascar. Retrieved Kraus Reprint. Retrieved 13 June University of Wisconsin: Ethnic and national groups in Somalia. Somali clans.The Shanshiyo clan or the Shaanshi clan trace their ancestry to 'Abd al-Rahman ibn 'Awf  a well known and close companion of the prophet Muhammad.
This group along the Benaadir coast first settled in the old quarter Hamar weyne and till this very day can be found predominately living in the houses around the masjid Awooto Eeday. From here this group moved to other places along the coast and into the hinterlands of the former banaadir. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article relies largely or entirely on a single source. Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. Please help improve this article by introducing citations to additional sources.
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Mogadishu, Merca, Awdal and Baraawe, had been major Somali coastal towns in medieval times. Their origins are unknown, but by the fourteenth century travelers from Europe were mentioning the towns more and more as important centers of urban ease and learning.
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Reer Faqi Cumar also known as Aw Garweyne. Asalkooda waa yemeni. Where's this? Where is it? Dude doesnt look Somali. Guysensei said:. Nice place. It was founded by the ajuran sometime in the middle ages. Cinnamon Spice. Cusmaan Faqi Cumar. XamarCade VIP. VixR Veritas. Wallahi the title "Gendershe: Somalia's most exotic VixR said:.
Why call it an aubergine when eggplant is a perfectly acceptable term? I legit had to look that shit up lol. Leo The Brave.
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Aren't the vast majority of inhabitants Socotri and Mehris? You said neither are Arabs, so how does the land belong to Arabs now if they don't even live there?
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Land of Punt said:. Somalia never controlled Soqotra tho. Apollo Staff Member. The courts and government administration of medieval Yemen was all in Arabic and people in mainland Yemen started emulating the upper class and ditching their South Semitic language for Arabic.
But the Mahra and Soqotri were so backward and isolated that they managed to keep their language alive to the present day.Here a breathtaking beautiful sunset awaits the visitor, kaleidoscope of colors of the lagoons and fringing reef. Rhythmic sound of waves gently lapping perfectly white sandy beach, watching the golden sun slowly sinking into the Indian Ocean.
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East Africa had historical and cultural ties with Arabia and Persia because of geographical proximity and the impact of monsoon winds which blow all the way to Zanzibar for six month and the remaining six month to the Persian Gulf. Unlike the hinterland, the Banaadiri Coast had more cultural contacts with the people plying Indian Ocean trade routes following the Monsoon Winds over the last two thousand years.
From India and Arabia, trading sea vessels anchored at Mogadishu, as the first natural harbor in the Horn of Africa to trade and take supplies on their journey to Zanzibar, Kilwa and Sofala. The archeological investigations are still in an embryonic stage but are supporting oral traditions. The excavation during proved that the ancient Egyptians, Sumarians and Sabeans visited the East Africa coast for international trade. It was also in the Persian Gulf where the first ship building industry started.
Other early visitors to the East African coast were the Phoenicians, a navigating people from the eastern shores of the Mediterranean. The Sabeans were a maritime people, with a large kingdom in Yemen and used the seasonal monsoon winds to travel regularly to as far as Zanzibar. They sailed south from November to February, during the northeast monsoon, carrying beads, Chinese porcelain and clothes. Between March and September they returned to the north on the southwest monsoon, carrying food grains, mangroves poles for timber, spices, gold from Sofala, ivory and ebony.
Chronicles now indicate the existence of Perso-Arab civilization in East Africa before the birth of the Prophet Muhammed pbuh.