Jawar Mohammed and the Oromo First Community engagement project
October 06, 2013 Radio Afuura Biyyaa
Irecha 2013; RAB interview with Artist Abush Zalaqaand Artist Hachalu Hundessa,
October 06, 2013
Tax Payers’ Money is Funding Terrorists in the Horn of Africa
(By Denebo Dekeba Wario)
UK saw the brightest summer in years and everyone seemed to have been quite busy going on holiday and having fun. For the Oromo in the UK and elsewhere in the world, however, August 2013 turned out to be less shining as it was a season when the torment back home has exacerbated. Even though the nation had already been suffering a great deal of socio-economic, political and cultural injustices, last month was a moment of mourning the death of more than twenty seven innocent people including children who were slaughtered by the Ethiopian government army in broad day light at Kofale in South Central Oromia.
In 1993, Mr. lenco Lata presented to the OLF leadership a well researched document which was said to be very important for the future of the organization. The document was handed over to the then OLF leadership to which Mr. Taha Abdi belonged. What was the content of the document? What did OLF do with it? In this exclusive interview Mr.Taha Abdi answers these and other questions.
October 6, 2012 Radio Afuura Biyyaa presents an exclusive interview with Dr. Ibrahim Amea Elemo on the 40th legislative assembly of Gumii Gaayyoo
The 40th legislative assembly of Gumii Gaayyoowas successfully concluded a couple of weeks ago in spite of lots of obstacles. What are those obstacles and what is the significance of Gumii Gaayyoo? Dr. Ibrahim Amea Elemo, the president elect of OSA talks to RAB right now. Stay tuned!
Irreechaa 2012 in Calgary Canada on RAB
RAB-SPECIAL SEPTEMBER 1, 2012
THE LEGACY OF MELES ZENAWI
Ethiopia After Meles
Life after Ethiopia's
World leaders should give due attention to the darker side of Zenawi’s legacy!
What is interesting about the reaction of world leaders to the death of Meles Zenawi is their lack of attention to the darker side of Zenawi’s legacy. He was criticized for years by Human Rights Groups for his violation of human rights. (RT August 23, 2012)
Ethiopia’s prime minister The man who tried to make dictatorship acceptable Whatwill follow one of Africa’s most successful strongmen?
Aug 25th 2012 | NAIROBI |
Meles’s autocratic tendencies andtight-fisted economic policies made him a divisive leader.
With his departure, the U.S. has an unprecedented opportunity to encourage democracy and economic reform and bolster the security partnership between the two nations. Learn more...
Ethiopia After Meles - In depth Analysis of the International Crisis Group
The death of Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, who had not
been seen in public for several months, was announced on
20 August 2012 by Ethiopian state television. The passing
of the man who has been Ethiopia’s epicentre for 21 years, according to the Inernational Crisis Group,
will have profound national and regional consequences.
Ethiopia:( May 13, 2012) HRLHA Appeals for Urgent Action
The Human Rights League of the Horn of Africa (HRLHA) condemns strongly the Ethiopian Government’s interference into religious affairs and its heavy-handedness against Muslim communities in various parts of the country. Read more...
Another Tactic of the Colonizer:
Attack on Oromummaa through Religion
By Ibsaa Guutama*
Most Muslims in the empire are Oromo. For this reason, the raised issue concerns the Oromo more. Faith is one’s own. Nobody who tried to impose faith on another by force had ever been fully successful. If not the corpse, it is impossible to control the spirit of someone. For instance, there was long ago a king of Abyssinia called Yohannis 4th. He threatened Northern Oromo people that he would cut the tongue with which they made azan (summon to prayer) unless they changed their faith to his type of Christianity. Some obeyed, some lost their tongues, and others fled the country. Yohannis got his head cut off for that sin. But, the faith is still flourishing in the same area. Read more...
Open letter to the European Parliament, the European Commission and the European Council from Oromo activists in Europe
Unity of Purpose to Empower Oromian Liberation Forces for Victory
(By Fayis Oromia)
As I tried to describe in my last opinion, the Oromo nation is in a liberation struggle against the Abyssinian colonizers, who are supported by their handlers from both power players of the Eastern and the Western world. This fighting for freedom from the proxy colonial forces (from the Abyssinian ruling elites) is continuing in multiple forms: diplomatically, militarily and politically. Learn more...
Photostory of the Spectacular GGO celebration
April 18, 2012 in Las Vegas with Radio Afuura Biyyaa