Mohamoud Ali Shire

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Mohamoud Ali Shire (Maxamuud Cali Shiire, محمود علي شري, Mahmoud bin Ali Shirreh Maxmud bin Cali Shire) was a Somali elder of the Warsangali clan.wikipedia
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Las Khorey

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He was centered at Las-Khorey.
Beginning in the early Middle Ages, Las Khorey served as the capital of the Warsangali Sultanate (Maakhir Coast Sultanate)'s ruling dynasty, including the influential Sultan Mohamoud Ali Shire.

Warsangali Sultanate

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The Warsangali Sultanate was established in the late thirteenth century by the Warsangali subclan of the Darod.

Darod

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The Warsangali Sultanate was established in the late thirteenth century by the Warsangali subclan of the Darod.

Warsangali

Warsangeli
Mohamoud Ali Shire (Maxamuud Cali Shiire, محمود علي شري, Mahmoud bin Ali Shirreh Maxmud bin Cali Shire) was a Somali elder of the Warsangali clan.

Garhajis

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This came following other protectorate treaties signed by the British Empire and other Somali clans (Habar Awal, Gadabuursi, Habar Toljaala, Habar Gerhajis and Easa).
Both were Ottoman agents and were accused by Sultan Mohamoud Ali Shire of instigating attacks on Las Khorey.

Saad Zaghloul

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At the time of his arrival on the Seychelles archipelago, a number of other prominent anti-imperialist leaders were also exiled there, including Sa'ad Zaghloul Pasha, the former Prime Minister of Egypt, with whom Sultan Shire would soon develop a rapport.
At the time of Zaghloul's arrival in the Seychelles, a number of other prominent anti-imperialist leaders were also exiled there, including Mohamoud Ali Shire, the 26th Sultan of the Warsangali, with whom Zaghloul would soon develop a rapport.

Yusuf Ali Kenadid

Yusuf Ali Keenadid
Along with Sultan Mohamoud Ali Shire of the Warsangali Sultanate and King Osman Mahamuud of the Majeerteen Sultanate, Yusuf Ali was one of the three prominent rulers of present-day Somalia at the turn of the 20th century.

Majeerteen Sultanate

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1953 Coronation Honours

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He received further honors from the British Empire when he was presented with a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) during the 1953 Coronation Honours.

Somalis

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Mohamoud Ali Shire (Maxamuud Cali Shiire, محمود علي شري, Mahmoud bin Ali Shirreh Maxmud bin Cali Shire) was a Somali elder of the Warsangali clan.

Somalia

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Located on the northern coast of Somalia, it evolved out of a tribally based emirate, which adopted an Islamic state structure and identity.

Parent-in-law

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Shire was the father-in-law of Sayyid Mohammed Abdullah Hassan, the Somali religious and nationalist leader whose Dervish movement fought a two-decade long war against British, Italian and Ethiopian forces.

Sayyid

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Shire was the father-in-law of Sayyid Mohammed Abdullah Hassan, the Somali religious and nationalist leader whose Dervish movement fought a two-decade long war against British, Italian and Ethiopian forces.

Mohammed Abdullah Hassan

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Shire was the father-in-law of Sayyid Mohammed Abdullah Hassan, the Somali religious and nationalist leader whose Dervish movement fought a two-decade long war against British, Italian and Ethiopian forces.

Camel

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He sought to marry Hassan's daughter Faṭmah, offering a bride-price (yarad) of ten camels loaded with draperies and silk, but Hassan refused to give her hand in marriage to Shire.

Silk

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He sought to marry Hassan's daughter Faṭmah, offering a bride-price (yarad) of ten camels loaded with draperies and silk, but Hassan refused to give her hand in marriage to Shire.

British Empire

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In 1886, Shire and other elders of the Warsangali clan signed a treaty with the British Empire establishing a protectorate in his territory.

Protectorate

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In 1886, Shire and other elders of the Warsangali clan signed a treaty with the British Empire establishing a protectorate in his territory.

Habr Awal

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This came following other protectorate treaties signed by the British Empire and other Somali clans (Habar Awal, Gadabuursi, Habar Toljaala, Habar Gerhajis and Easa).

Gadabuursi

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This came following other protectorate treaties signed by the British Empire and other Somali clans (Habar Awal, Gadabuursi, Habar Toljaala, Habar Gerhajis and Easa).

Isaaq

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This came following other protectorate treaties signed by the British Empire and other Somali clans (Habar Awal, Gadabuursi, Habar Toljaala, Habar Gerhajis and Easa).

Issa (clan)

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This came following other protectorate treaties signed by the British Empire and other Somali clans (Habar Awal, Gadabuursi, Habar Toljaala, Habar Gerhajis and Easa).