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Huseen Dhiqle, also spelled Xuseen Dhiqle was the memorizer of the orations and poems of the Sayid, as well as his successor at the 1921 Darawiish community at Iimey. Dhiqle had an eidetic memory whereby he could memorize and recite upwards of 100 of the Sayid's poems upon hearing it once. African studies professor John William Johnson stated that Dhiqle's replacement of the Sayid after his death at Iimey was for a short period of time: — John William Johnson

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  • Huseen Dhiqle, also spelled Xuseen Dhiqle was the memorizer of the orations and poems of the Sayid, as well as his successor at the 1921 Darawiish community at Iimey. Dhiqle had an eidetic memory whereby he could memorize and recite upwards of 100 of the Sayid's poems upon hearing it once. African studies professor John William Johnson stated that Dhiqle's replacement of the Sayid after his death at Iimey was for a short period of time: One of the Sayid ' s assistants (and the man who succeeded him as leader of the Dervishes for a short time after Maxamed's death) was entrusted with the duty of memorizing Maxamed Cabdille's poetry during his lifetime — John William Johnson (en)
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  • John William Johnson (en)
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  • One of the Sayid ' s assistants was entrusted with the duty of memorizing Maxamed Cabdille's poetry during his lifetime (en)
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  • Huseen Dhiqle, also spelled Xuseen Dhiqle was the memorizer of the orations and poems of the Sayid, as well as his successor at the 1921 Darawiish community at Iimey. Dhiqle had an eidetic memory whereby he could memorize and recite upwards of 100 of the Sayid's poems upon hearing it once. African studies professor John William Johnson stated that Dhiqle's replacement of the Sayid after his death at Iimey was for a short period of time: — John William Johnson (en)
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