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Documentary on the Raya-Azebo Oromo of Oromia's Northermost Territory Part Two


Documentary on the Raya-Azebo Oromo of Oromia's Northermost Territory Part Two


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Posted: by [d0266ec8] Who is this(2014-09-02 07:12)
weather bealive or not Rayya is Oromo ........read more story u stupid absinian
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Posted: by commenter (2010-09-05 16:50)
Rayaa ppl need to wake up and realize tigray ppl is there enemy of the past and present. Just look how tplf dogs disrespect oromo ppl, its okay oromo warriors of new generation won't forget. These rayaa ppl have a total different subculture than tigre. There clothes is different, raya clothes is more similar to wollo oromos and harar oromo. There dance is differnt, raya seem to dance more of blend of oromo dhicisaa and tigre movement. And there accent is different, raya seem to speak tigre from a oromo accent. Even rayaa azebo carry sticks and spears as a form of a cutural object, as other oromos do because they have warrior tradition, tigray ppl r not warriors but beggars they are Even raya practice agrpastrolism as a way of life marking there oromo origin.these ppl here disrespecting oromo need to check themselves, even saying crazy things like yajju is not oromo! Hahahaha....I guess I'm not oromo then according to you! Silly cadres tricks are for kids!
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Posted: by commenter (2010-09-01 16:08)
Most of the comments here are shabians pretending to be tigrayan or oromo. We are not stupid.

Oromo, Tigrai, Amhara, and Gurage all live in peace and development in Ethiopia unlike the North Korea of Africa Eritrea giant prison enslaving 9 different ethnic populations.
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Posted: by commenter (2010-07-22 06:33)
it doesnt mater where they came from they are pure ethiopian. long live wello raya ethiopia. we all ethiopian.
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Posted: by commenter (2010-06-14 22:12)
Voices from the past can never change!I think most of you so-called Oromos r suffering from a chronic inferiority complex.The house of Muhammed ibn Ali(the later Negus Michael)belonged to an Arab tribe of great historic significance.True his mother was a domestic slave of Hadiya origion n slaves of any origion used to be called "gallas".So Iyasu was a product of all these bloods.Do you think its fair to consider a man of diverse origion a"galla(a.k.a.Oromo)BTW the name Oromo is something alein to the Gallas of Kilil 3.They were n still are Gallas.They are proud Ethiopians who proudly call themselves Gallas!
Long Live Habesha-Galla Unity!
Long Live EFDR!
Long Live TPLF!
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Posted: by commenter (2010-06-14 16:47)
Voices from the past:

...Menelek's dying wish was for Lij Eyasu (his 13 year old grandson) to be the next emperor of Ethiopia, and this was made public in 1909 when he suffered a stroke (other people were in line for the succession, including Menelik's own son and daughter and other relatives, but Menelek chose Lij Eyasu).

...So, as he had wished, when Menelik died in 1913, Lij Eyasu (an Oromo) became the next Emperor of Ethiopia (1913 - 1916)at the age of 16. When I read Ethiopian history like this, it brings tears to my eyes, even with all its faults. If I were an Oromo, I would never, ever let anyone take Ethiopia or its history away from me, grievance and all, let alone give it away with a misguided desire for separation.

The Oromo people, same as the tigray, the Amara and all other groups of Ethiopia were victims of an insidious form of governing called Feudalism. I choose to see Ethiopia's past in this context, instead of ethnicity. To the extent ethnic division facilitated fuedalsim, it was used. To the extent depriving someone of education facilitated fuedalsim, it was used, but the engine that drove all of it was fuedalism.

Here is my understanding of Fuedalism: I take away your land; by force, if necessary. Still, I am nice enough to let you work on "my land". (its not important that the land used to belong to you; now its mine) The working arrangements are simple; whatever you produce, I take 2/3 and you keep 1/3. You have no other rights. As ridiculas as it sounds, this is feudalism in action, at least as I understand it.

This system applied to all tribes of ethiopia; amaras, oromos, tigrayans, etc. and there were a ton of grieved people.

The people who perpetrated this system are long gone. Those of you who are old enough and were direct victims of this system may take some comfort in the manner the system ended, but its time to move forward. The majority of Ethiopia's population today had no part in that crime, and were not even born, even 20 years after it ended. Let it go and let us not burden the new generation. To the new generation, I say, acknowlege it as part of your history, reject it, and send it to the trash bin of history.

Country means hurt and all but you never, ever, give up on your country. In case some people think Ethiopia and Oromia are not the same, I have grudgingly emphasized the ethnicity of our forefathers in presenting snap-shot of our history (only to make a point).

Here is an example:

"...Negus Mikael of Wollo - was born Mohammed Ali..an Oromo from Wollo...His father was Imam Ali Abba Bula and his mother was Woizera Getie...was a relative of Queen Worqitu of Wollo. Queen Worqitu befriended a young Shewan named Sahle Maryam...In time, Sahle Maryam was proclaimed Emperor Menelik II...Menelik appointed Mohammed Ali as governor of Wollo...Mohammed Ali married Menelik's eldest daughter...founded Dessie...father of Lij Eyasu...following Menelik's death in 1913, Mohammed ali's son, Lij Iyasu, ascended as Iyasu V", Emperor of Ethiopia (king of all kings; an Oromo).

How would one explain this if they think it was based solely on ethnicity?

Tell me if the following is not a colorful and brave history of Ethiopia:

"...his response" (Mohammed Ali's response) "to" (his son) "Iyasu being deposed was swift...On 7 October, Negus Mikael" (Mohammed Ali - an Oromo from Wollo) "set out from Wollo at the head of "an army of 80,000 men" (imagine! 80,000 men) "to invade Shewa and to reinstate his son", Emperor Iyasu V (an Oromo)..."source: wikipedia: Mikael of Wollo.

Please note that I am the one who emphasized ethnicity in the above paragraphs to make a point, not wekipedia, but the facts are true. When I read this, I am struck with how brave our ancestors were, for their willingness to stand and die for what they believed in (in the context of feudalism). It is us who dishonor them if we choose to see ourselves as victims. If you are an Oromo, claim the whole of Ethiopia as your country and let the Amaras claim the whole of Ethiopia and let the Tigrayans claim the whole of Ethiopia, and let the whole 80 tribes of Ethiopia claim her as their own and then we truly become one brave nation.

For those who insist our history is something else, here is another example of what historians write:

"Both ethnically mixed Oromos and those with full Oromo descent held high leadership positions in Ethiopia. Notably Iyasu V was the designated but uncrowned Emperor of Ethiopia (1913–1916) while Haile Selassie I was the crowned and generally aknowledged Emperor of Ethiopia from 1930 to 1974. Both these Ethiopian Emperors are ethnically mixed, with Oromo parents and lineages." source: wikepedia: oromo people.

for real...HaileSellasie I was an Oromo???? God bless Ethiopia and may you live forever. May your forefathers rest in peace, even with all their faults.
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Posted: by commenter (2010-06-03 14:12)
አየ ወያነ ትግራይ ንኩሉ ብሀረ ሰብ ማዐረ ገበሮ,
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Posted: by commenter (2010-06-01 20:50)
sema ante wushetam gala yeh yeraya azebo hezb tigrai enje gala adelem ante raseh oromo beleh yemetnerow ager yante adelem sedetegna neh gen gen lebezu zemenat selenorkebet yantew hone. yantew qedeme ayatoch degmo wode raya metu enji raya meret wodenante alhedem. meret ayihedemena. beqa ezaw noru zerachewm teqelqele selezih yetem huneh afehen atekefet ene raya negne gen oromo adelehum tigra negne. oromo belo zer tigay meret binor yederg wotader hono yetewoled nachew enesum betigrainetachew enje oromo adelum degmom oromo ager yelewum.raya meret yegna newkemetel sudan yegna new betel yeshlehal.lemehonu oromo meseretu yet new hidena ezaw agre belenje zem beleh atewash degmom zefenu lay yaleuabesh enje oromo adelem.yeabesh beal new yegala beal adelem raya tigrai enje gala adelem. sema deros ante meche tesemana ante bedula new yemtesemaw.kegalanet edeme letigray netsa wotah.belgezen atabaken oromo oromiy ltin yefelghew bel kegalentehen gen atereqem,gala belo sew deros anten meshete enji mech tenor feqedelehena gen hbeshaw tigrai gen ekulenet seteh teteqembet.mulu mebt aleh mebet gen zembelo almetam endante lezemenat bereha yale menem menor waga yelewum.
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Posted: by commenter (2010-06-01 15:55)
This is a fake Shaebia propaganda.The majority of the people in the video are ethnic Tigreans.The film was taken at a religious festival in Mai Chew town a couple years ago.True, there are a few thousand Gallas in Tigray(Raya Azabo)and Bete Amhara(Ray Qobo,lowland Yejju,Kemise and Bati).These people came to North Habeshistan following the great Galla Migration of the 16th century.They have been our gusts of honor for over 400 years.We love them as we love other Gallas who invaded and settled in our ancesttoral land in Shewa,Arsi,Haraghe,Wollega and Ilubabor.Needless to say,the origional homeland of the Galla is somewhere in Northern Keneya.Our message to the so-called Galla power elite is that,we the Habeshas are tired your stupidity, if you don't stop conspiring against our beloved mother land we will send you back to where you belong!
Long live TPLF/EPRDF!



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