Ali Yusuf Kenadid

Ali Yusuf
Ali Yusuf Kenadid (Cali Yuusuf Keenadiid, علي يوسف كينايديض) was a Somali ruler.wikipedia
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Sultanate of Hobyo

Sultan of Hobyo
He was the second Sultan of the Sultanate of Hobyo. His father, Sultan Yusuf Ali Kenadid, was the founder of the Sultanate of Hobyo centered in present-day northeastern and central Somalia.
Initially, Ali Yusuf Kenadid's goal was to seize control of the neighbouring Majeerteen Sultanate, which was then ruled by his cousin Boqor Osman Mahamud.

Yusuf Ali Kenadid

Yusuf Ali Keenadid
His father, Sultan Yusuf Ali Kenadid, was the founder of the Sultanate of Hobyo centered in present-day northeastern and central Somalia.
He was succeeded atop the throne by his son Ali Yusuf Kenadid.

Osmanya script

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Ali Yusuf's brother, Osman Yusuf Kenadid, would go on to invent the Osmanya writing script for the Somali language.
It was invented between 1920 and 1922 by Osman Yusuf Kenadid, the son of Sultan Yusuf Ali Kenadid and brother of Sultan Ali Yusuf Kenadid of the Sultanate of Hobyo.

Darod

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Ali Yusuf was born into a Majeerteen Darod family.

Majeerteen

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Ali Yusuf was born into a Majeerteen Darod family.
Viewed as too much of a threat by the Italians, Sultan Kenadid was eventually exiled to Aden in Yemen and then to Eritrea, as was his son Ali Yusuf, the heir apparent to his throne.

Italian Somaliland

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In an attempt to advance his own expansionist objectives, Kenadid père in late 1888 entered into a treaty with the Italians, making his realm an Italian protectorate.
His son Ali Yusuf Kenadid succeeded him on the throne.

Majeerteen Sultanate

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The polity was established in the 1870s on territory carved out of the ruling Majeerteen Sultanate (Migiurtinia).

Mohamoud Ali Shire

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Somalis

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Ali Yusuf Kenadid (Cali Yuusuf Keenadiid, علي يوسف كينايديض) was a Somali ruler.

Somalia

SomaliFederal Republic of SomaliaSOM
His father, Sultan Yusuf Ali Kenadid, was the founder of the Sultanate of Hobyo centered in present-day northeastern and central Somalia.

Osman Yusuf Kenadid

Osman Yuusuf Keenadiid
Ali Yusuf's brother, Osman Yusuf Kenadid, would go on to invent the Osmanya writing script for the Somali language.

Somali language

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Ali Yusuf's brother, Osman Yusuf Kenadid, would go on to invent the Osmanya writing script for the Somali language.

Protectorate

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In an attempt to advance his own expansionist objectives, Kenadid père in late 1888 entered into a treaty with the Italians, making his realm an Italian protectorate.

Italy

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The terms of the agreement specified that Italy was to steer clear of any interference in the sultanate's administration.

British Somaliland

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However, the relationship between Hobyo and Italy soured when the elder Kenadid refused the Italians' proposal to allow a British contingent of troops to disembark in his Sultanate so that they might then pursue their battle against the Somali religious and nationalist leader Mohammed Abdullah Hassan's Dervish forces.

Mohammed Abdullah Hassan

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However, the relationship between Hobyo and Italy soured when the elder Kenadid refused the Italians' proposal to allow a British contingent of troops to disembark in his Sultanate so that they might then pursue their battle against the Somali religious and nationalist leader Mohammed Abdullah Hassan's Dervish forces.

Dervish movement (Somali)

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However, the relationship between Hobyo and Italy soured when the elder Kenadid refused the Italians' proposal to allow a British contingent of troops to disembark in his Sultanate so that they might then pursue their battle against the Somali religious and nationalist leader Mohammed Abdullah Hassan's Dervish forces.

Aden

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Viewed as too much of a threat by the Italians, Sultan Kenadid was eventually exiled to Aden in Yemen and then to Eritrea, as was his son Ali Yusuf, the heir apparent to his throne.

Eritrea

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Viewed as too much of a threat by the Italians, Sultan Kenadid was eventually exiled to Aden in Yemen and then to Eritrea, as was his son Ali Yusuf, the heir apparent to his throne.

Warsangali Sultanate

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Abdullah Mohamed Fadil

Both parents served under Sultan Ali Yusuf Kenadid, heir to Sultan Yusuf Ali Kenadid.