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Support Macha Tulama Association to Help those who are deliberately Displaced and those who are daily victimized in different regions of Oromia by the TPLF

Urgent Appeal: Support Macha Tulama Association to Help those who are deliberately Displaced and those who are daily victimized in different regions of Oromia by the TPLF The wider world is unaware that almost half a million Oromo nationals have been deliberately displaced by the TPLF dominated Ethiopian regime from the

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MTA Appeal to Oromo Diaspora

March 25, 2017 To: Oromo in Diaspora Dear brothers and sisters,  We are sending you our appeal letter to bring to your attention the critical condition under which the Oromo people are suffering currently and to earnestly request for your generous financial help once again.  We believe that you are

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Oromo Religion

There are three main religions in Oromia: traditional Oromo religion, Islam and Christianity. Before the introduction of Christianity and Islam, the Oromo people practiced their own religion. They believed in oneWaaqayoo, which approximates to the English word God. They never worshipped false gods or carved statues as substitutes. M. de

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Oromo People

THE PEOPLE In spite of the fact that there are several indications and evidences that Oromo are indigenous to this part of Africa, Abyssinian rulers, court historians and monks contend that Oromo are newcomers to the region and did not belong here. For instance, the Abyssinian court historian, Alaqa Taye

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Oromo Language

The Oromo nation has a single common mother tongue and basic common culture. The Oromo language, Afaan Oromoo, belongs to the eastern Cushitic group of languages and is the most extensive of the forty or so Cushitic languages. The Oromo language is very closely related to Konso, with more than

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