Our great quality assurance and customer service means all you have to worry about is looking good in your photo.:) At Ethiopian we are committed to providing you a safe and friendly environment where you can comfortably meet that special someone."With equal arms, the Abyssinians will never reconquer an inch of land.With the power of firearms imported from Europe, Menlik began a murderous revenge, about 1870, which ended only in 1898, by the submission of Borana." AN ANCIENT PEOPLE GREAT AFRICAN NATION THE OROMO: From the book Written by Father Martial De Salviac 1901 and translated to English Language by Ayalew Kanno. The Oromo people are the largest ethnic group in Ethiopia.
The Oromo women being part of the Oromo society have suffered injustices including oppressions relating to their gender which have deep cultural roots in traditional societies, and therefore it is urgent that the Oromo women get organized to improve their status and become self-reliant.(Source: Al Jazeera) “I am Bekele Gerba” reads an image created by OPride, an Oromo news and analysis website based in the United States and run by exiled activist and journalist Mohammed Ademo.The Oromo are an ethnic group in Ethiopia, northern Kenya, and parts of Somalia.At Ethiopian Singles.com, we excel at helping you find your match safely and quickly.Through our extensive profiles, members can learn about each other before meeting in person.It specifically details the use of torture against prisoners at the Maikelawi detention centre, the use of information obtained through the use of torture in trials, and the continued imprisonment of members of Oromo opposition parties like the Oromo Federalist Democratic Movement (OFDM) and the Oromo People’s Congress (OPC).Diaspora Oromo identity, although often politicised due to marginalisation, is about more than politics, though; the experiences of Oromo immigrants in the West are strongly related to ideas of transnationalism, for example. Her thoughts on identity, solidarity and diaspora will not be unfamiliar to young Africans from other countries.The arrest and treatment of these prisoners has been strongly criticised by international human rights organisations like Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch.The Amnesty International report on the Ethiopian crackdown on political dissent focuses heavily on Oromo prisoners.Out of which Women constitute fifty percent (50%) of the Oromo population. Oromo Women live under triple oppression by successive Abyssinian rule: Due to their ethnicity as Oromo equally oppressed with Oromo people, due to their gender harassed by Abyssinian militia and as well as due to cultural operation women even can not speak out what happened to them.please join us developing our language and culture by Donating Today.