Unlike most African states, Somalia embarked on independence with a strong sense of national identity. The Somalis possessed a common language and a common culture based on pastoral customs and traditions. They also shared a profond attachment to Islam. They were essentially a nation of pastoral nomads, well adapted to surviving in the harsh, arid terrain of the Horn of Africa, enjoying an abiding love of camels and poetry.

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