qalabka loo shaqeeyaha

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siyaasadaha qoyska-saaxiibtinimo: u fiican ganacsiga, u fiican maskaxda

Loo-shaqeeyayaasha taageera shaqaalaha iyo carruurtooda waxay maal-gelinayaan kooxahooda, dhaqankooda goobta shaqada - iyo mustaqbalka aan wadaagno. Hadda in ka badan weligii way caddahay doorarka shaqaalaha sida waalidka/daryeelayaasha ay ku dhex milmeen doorkooda shaqaale ahaan.

Mashruuca Itasca , isbahaysiga qaybaha kala duwan ee loo shaqeeyayaasha, ayaa bilaabay

Hindisaha 1,000 ka maalmood ee ugu horreeya si loo caawiyo kor u qaadista wacyiga loo shaqeeyaha ee saameynta nolosha dheer ee khibradaha hore ee dhalmada ka hor ilaa da'da 3 - iyo muhiimada

doorka ay ciyaaraan.

 

Sida ururkaagu u caawin karo:

  • Kor u qaad wacyiga daqiiqadaha yar ee tirinta agabka

  • Qaado siyaasadaha saaxiibtinimada qoyska, oo uu hagayo agabka loo-shaqeeyahayaga

  • Ku biir u doodayaasha si ay u taageeraan qoysaska ugu baahida badan

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