3 March 2009

Somalia: Well-Known Cleric Dies in Hargeisa Town.

Hargeisa — Sheik Ibrahim Suley, a well-known Somali cleric has died overnight in Hargeisa town in the capital city of the break away republic of Somaliland.

Sheik Mohamud Ibrahim Suley, a son of Sheik Ibrahim Suley confirmed the death of the religious man and said that he has been complaining about sickness for a long time since 1997 and lately died last night in Hargeise city.

Sheik Mohamud told Shabelle radio that his father had a blood pressure and other illness that he has been suffering for many years and he said that the diseased cleric will be buried after the afternoon prayer in Naasa-hablood cemetery in Hargeise city.

Deceased Sheik Ibrahim Suley has been 80 years old and married several wives during his lifetime in the universe and left 7 children one of them female. May Allah rest his sprit into the paradise.

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