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Oromo say NO to Addis Ababa Master Plan 2.0!

Oromo say NO to Addis Ababa Master Plan 2.0! By Abba Orma (PhD), March 8, 2019 Oromo it is in your right to invoke Article 39 and form an independent Oromia before Oromia perishes! Illegal settlements of Amhara on Oromo… Read More »

Finfinnee and the Truth that the anti-Oromo Extremists Need to Know. ፍንፍኔና ፀረ-ኦሮሞ ፅንፈኞች ሊያውቁዋቸው የሚገቡ ሀቆች

Finfinnee and the Truth that the anti-Oromo Extremists Need to Know ፍንፍኔና ፀረ-ኦሮሞ ፅንፈኞች ሊያውቁዋቸው የሚገቡ ሀቆች By Tulluu Ayira (PhD), March 3, 2019 The Amhara, under the leadership of Emperor Menilek II, conquered the Oromo in the last quarter… Read More »

The Bishoftu Hora Irreecha Massacre

The Bishoftu Hora Irreecha Massacre Visit to Bishotu Lake Hora By Worku Gadissa, February 8, 2019 This paper is the third of a series with Irreecha Massacre and is adopted from an article “Remembering Irreecha Massacre” posted on Ayyaantuu, August… Read More »

ODP’s fear of losing a free and fair election to the OLF is displacing and killing Oromo, a reminder of 1991/92

ODP’s fear of losing a free and fair election to the OLF is displacing and killing Oromo, a reminder of 1991/92 By Aba Orma, PhD, December 30, 2018 OLF is the spirits of the martyred and the living Oromo In… Read More »

MIDROC’S CRIMES: continued denials of health, social and environmental disasters in the making

MIDROC’S CRIMES: continued denials of health, social and environmental disasters in the making By Ibsa Abdi, Dec 19, 2018 MIDROC claims that the chemical discharged from its mining site does not have an adverse health impact on infants, mothers and… Read More »

A Bridge Across Two Struggles: The African American and Oromo Movements

A Bridge Across Two Struggles: The African American and Oromo Movements A Commentary By Camlin Nicholls, The University of Tennessee at Knoxville, December 16, 2018 Learning in depth about the African American struggle from the very beginning to the present… Read More »

Suuraa fi Wareegamtoota Aanaa Jalduu (Giddu Galeessa Oromiyaa)

Suuraa fi Wareegamtoota Aanaa Jalduu (Giddu Galeessa Oromiyaa) Original: Read full printed material in PDF SEENSA Aanaan Jalduu gidduu galeessa Oromiyaa Lixa Shaggaritti kan argamtu yoo taatu; Handhuura biyyaa irraa 115 Km fagaattee kan argamtu dha. Bahaan Aanaa Meettaa Roobii,Lixaan Aanaa… Read More »

Barara is not Addis Ababa

Barara is not Addis Ababa By Guluma Gemeda (PhD), University of Michigan-Flint, November 22, 2018 Recently, unpublished, 49-page document entitled: ‘Addis Ababa is Barara, and Barara is Addis Ababa’ has circulated on the internet. The name of the author(s) is not… Read More »

Perils of Negotiating With Ethiopian Rulers

Perils of Negotiating With Ethiopian Rulers By Worku Gadissa  “Woraabeechi si gatuu mannaa woraabeecha nyaatee lulluqachu woyaa” [It is better to eat hyena and be sanctified rather than be eaten by hyena” singer,  Ittika Teferi This article was originally posted… Read More »

Haasaa Hayyuu Duree ABO, Jaal Dawud Ibasa, Fulbaana 15, 2018 Finfinnee

Haasaa Hayyuu Duree ABO, Jaal Dawud Ibasa, Fulbaana 15, 2018 Finfinnee Kabajamoo Bulchinsaa Magalaa Finfinnee Engineer Taakkalee Uumaa Kabajamtoota Qondaalota Mootummaa Federaala Ityophiyaa, Kabajamtoota bakka bu‘ootii Bulchiinsaa nannoolee, Kabajamtoota bakka bu‘ootii dhaabolee Siyaasaa, Waldayaa Hojjeetootaa fi Ogummaa,” Kabaajamtoota Miseensota, Deggartootaa… Read More »

An attack on Oromo Liberation Army (OLA) is an attack on the Oromo people

An attack on Oromo Liberation Army (OLA) is an attack on the Oromo people. Abbaa Ormaa, PhD, August 28, 2018 Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me. The Oromo people are no more the sacrificial… Read More »

Article 39: Oromo Nationalism, Abyssinian Exceptionalism and Expectations Raised by Dr. Abiy Ahmed’s Premiership (Part II continued)

Article 39: Oromo Nationalism, Abyssinian Exceptionalism and Expectations Raised by Dr. Abiy Ahmed’s Premiership (Part II Continued, Revised) By Mekuria Bulcha, PhD, Professor, July 24, 2018 Inclusion that excludes – a myth used to distort history As I have noted… Read More »