Isaaq sultanate is ciidagle you can read it from abtirsi.com


Read it here 👉🏽 https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isaaq_Sultanate


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This is absolutely made up 🤣. According to oral tradition kulaha. The only northern sultanates in the north were the warsangeli, majeertain, Adal and Ifat. sultanate and you don’t need Somali newspapers websites or oral traditions to know they existed.


The isaaq sultanate is common knowledge history (amongst Isaaqs anyway) , and is there in oral traditions, written history and family histories. This got brought up a few months ago on r/Somalia and a bunch of users freaked out. I had never in my life heard of Majeetan sultanates before but my base reaction was not to deny it existed.


I don’t know about others but when I hear Boqor, the literal Somali word for King, my thoughts immediately goes the Majeertain Boqor and boqortoyo. How you would not hear of it is crazy.


What am getting at here is not denying anything but objectivity and common sense. There are oral traditions of every clan having a traditional leader. Then there are actual historical kingdoms. Literally any cursory gleam of historical text dealing with the Somali history will mention those kingdoms I have mentioned. Majeertana had one kingdom that eventually split between Boqor Usmaan and his nephew sultan kanadeed of Obbia.


If there was no Isaaq sultanate then there definitely was not a warsangeli one.


That’s not up for debate. It’s a historical sultanate found in all sort’s history documents and books.


Same for the Isaaq sultanate. It’s documented that Eidagale made up the leadership of Isaaqs and after Habar Yonis split up and had their own Sultans.


When was this? What historical documents even speak of this? That Wikipedia says according to oral tradition.


There are manuscripts such as sultan Farah’s [letter](https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garhajis#/media/File%3AQasimi_Isaaq_Letter.png) to Sultan Saqr asking him to help fight the British and as for the Habar Yonis there are many European explorers who met with Habar Yonis sultans and documented their many internal conflicts. >It appeared the great Habr Gerhajis tribe was divided into two rival factions, the one owning allegiance to Sultan Owd, the other to his cousin, Sultan Noor. Between these two the country was about evenly divided, and the border-line was an everlasting scene of wars and rumours of wars, cattle raids, and attempted murders.[20] >The Haber-Gerhajis tribe had formerly been under one Sultan and were very powerful, making frequent raids into Ogadayn, but on his death, two cousins, Awad and Nur, divided the country between them.[21] >Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and Monthly Record of Geography, 1885, Volume 7, p.627 [Sultan Nur and his horsemen](https://i.imgur.com/2mWL5tJ.jpg) > That Wikipedia says according to oral tradition Yeah for the toljecle kings who’s last ruler was Garaad Dhuux Baraar but we are not talking about them


Exactly what territory did it control. Did it make agreements with neighboring states


No such thing as Isaac sultanate


No there is no Isaq sultanate


They exist, they currently own your ancestral lands. Do your research.


I don’t think there was one.