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The Issa Musse ( Somali: Ciise Muuse ) (Lua error in package.lua at line 80: module 'Module:Unicode data' not found.) also spelled Ciisa Muusaaniya,) is a Somali clan and one of the largest sub-clans of Isaaq, Its members form a part of Habr Awal and the Habar Magaadle confederation. The Issa Mussa is a vast traditional territory spanning 3 major regions of Somaliland, Waqooyi Galbeed, Togdheer, and Sahil. The Issa Mussa are settled in what is literally considered to be 'the Horn of Africa'. Also, The Issa Mussa clan primarily inhabits the northern territories of Somaliland They reside in northern and of Sanaag, The Issa Mussa traditionally consists of farmers, nomadic pastoralists, merchants and coastal people.
Great Somali Republic[edit | edit source]
The Issa Mussa played an important role in the pre-independence era of Somalia and Somaliland. The Issa Mussa have produced Somali First Prime Minister and well-known ass Issa Mussa for SNL Party 1960, Second President Of Somaliland 1993-2002 UDUB Party, and also Issa Mussa have produced Vice-president of Somaliland from 2002-2010 UDUB Party, Also Several ministers in Somalia and Somaliland in the late and early,
History[edit | edit source]
Issa Mussa from Abdirahman Awal Sheikh Isaaq. Sheikh Isaaq Bin Ahmed was one of the Arabian scholars that crossed the sea from Arabia to the Horn of Africa to spread Islam around 12th to 13th century. He is said to have been descended from Prophet Mohammed's daughter Fatimah. Hence the Sheikh belonged to the Ashraf or Sada, titles given to the descendants of the prophet. He married two local women in Somalia that left him eight sons, one of them Issa Mussa Abdirahman (Awal). The descendants of those eight sons are the what is known as Isaaq clan today.
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