gojjam is Agaw, gonder is Bejja, wollo is Oromo.there is no Amharam.

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abbaa haqaa

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According to the new study, majority of gojjams are either agaw, woito or even oromo. So does gonder which is 91.4% bejja blood. This ppl who call themselves amharas are self denying cushitics. That's why they are similar to other cushetics in the region. They just adopted sabean language and was slaves to some Semites. There is no amhara if they found theirs identity. So, why they tell us Ethiopia n amhara where both are created by liers? I suggest all who call themselves amhara, do research n find yourself in true history.
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Oct 29, 2011
 
The Northern Agaw are known as Bilen, capital Keren
it is true but hidden history, look for yourself the followings. sad but just conquered cushites calling themselves shitty amhara name.
The Western Agaw are known as Qemant, capital Gondar
The Eastern Agaw are known as Xamta, capital Soqota
The Southern Agaw are known as Awi, capital Injibara

Also included in this ethnic grouping are the Beta Israel, who formerly lived in the northern Amhara region with the Qemant and Qwara, but in the late 1990s nearly all of this group had emigrated to Israel.[citation needed
Welkayit Jegna

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Oct 29, 2011
 
abbaa haqaa wrote:
According to the new study, majority of gojjams are either agaw, woito or even oromo. So does gonder which is 91.4% bejja blood. This ppl who call themselves amharas are self denying cushitics. That's why they are similar to other cushetics in the region. They just adopted sabean language and was slaves to some Semites. There is no amhara if they found theirs identity. So, why they tell us Ethiopia n amhara where both are created by liers? I suggest all who call themselves amhara, do research n find yourself in true history.
what new study is that can you provide sources. Some experts say begemeder(gonder)= beja meder but I do not think it is true. There may be ancient connection but it is null now. Gojam has agew speaking people and I heard in south gojam there are some oromo but I am not sure. Wollo is truly a mixture of agew, argoba, afar, amhara and oromo.
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Oct 29, 2011
 
Welkayit Jegna wrote:
<quoted text>what new study is that can you provide sources. Some experts say begemeder(gonder)= beja meder but I do not think it is true. There may be ancient connection but it is null now. Gojam has agew speaking people and I heard in south gojam there are some oromo but I am not sure. Wollo is truly a mixture of agew, argoba, afar, amhara and oromo.
You need to ignore him. This is the same Eritrean guy that goes by the name Pilatos. He is not Oromo, he wants Oromo to be insulted that is why he poses as anti-Amhara Oromo.
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Oct 29, 2011
 
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You need to ignore him. This is the same Eritrean guy that goes by the name Pilatos. He is not Oromo, he wants Oromo to be insulted that is why he poses as anti-Amhara Oromo.
Smashing aqaqi zerraf? Why do you have to insult Galla tribe because of one person who posted facts with difficult to read lines? Nothing wrong to admit earlier identity before conversion to new one. It doen't diminsh the 'superiority' of the chosen people of Amara race.
Chaha of Sebat Bet Gurage, for example, was a cushitic speaking group, Alaba, before migrating to the present location.
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this is from a travel note from the book Blue Nile by Virginia Morel..." Then, on the morning of our fourth day, Kassa's luck changed. We met a group of Borana men [ in Gojam along abay river ] with goats and cattle they'd brought to water at the Blue Nile. The pastoral Borana are part of the Oromo people. Those who live there along the northern stretch of the river are descended from the clans who migrated north from southereastern Ethiopia in the 16th century. At that time, the Amharas were still recovering from the terrible jihad of Ahmad Gragn who had laid waste to the land, and the Borana found an easy path into the cool mountains along the Nile. They were skilled cattle herders and soon established a strong enclave, almost a small kingdom, giving their name 'Borana' to the highlands above this stretch of the river.
The Borans are a beautiful people, somewhat taller than the Amharas and with softer features and hair, which they oil with butter. Those we met appeared to be the healthiest people we had seen. and we all commented on their good, strong looks....they shouted and called to us to stop, and we were delighted when we did....Then they asked a question which made Kassa's heart-and stomach-soar. Did we want some milk?..."
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Oct 29, 2011
 
Does anybody know whether Beja speaking group or a rlated language is spoken on lands of Sudan bordering Amara? Beja is located in the north, north of Khartoum toward the Red Sea coast such as Ketsela and Suakin.
Mapof Ethiopia with Sudan and Eritrea.

http://www.google.ca/imgres...
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Oct 29, 2011
 
Beja are one of the major ethnic groups (cushitic) residng between the Nile and the Red Sea, recognized by anthroplogists today as "Hamito-Semitic." In the the 5th century, Herodotus referred to the Beja as 'Blemmyes'...they retain physical characteristics, customs, and a language described a thousand years ago. There are four main federations, of which only one, the Beni Amer lives on the Eritrean side of the sudan border...and the rest are in egypt..

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beja_people
abbay

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Oct 30, 2011
 
Yes I know this for sure, I'm from gojjam and after just following curiosity, I started digging my heritage line....surprised, I found my self Oromo just after 5 names. I'm sure most of you will do it. Now,I'm pro-oromo in every event. I have nothing in common with bejja gondares.
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Oct 30, 2011
 
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Yes I know this for sure, I'm from gojjam and after just following curiosity, I started digging my heritage line....surprised, I found my self Oromo just after 5 names. I'm sure most of you will do it. Now,I'm pro-oromo in every event. I have nothing in common with bejja gondares.
LOL Shocking!!!

Are you sure you don't have bloodline with Ascaris? May be you need to stop digging and accept who you are! I understand identity crises is not an easy issue, but I can assure you that your ancestors had never crossed Mereb river to gojjam.
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Oct 30, 2011
 
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Smashing aqaqi zerraf? Why do you have to insult Galla tribe because of one person who posted facts with difficult to read lines? Nothing wrong to admit earlier identity before conversion to new one. It doen't diminsh the 'superiority' of the chosen people of Amara race.
Chaha of Sebat Bet Gurage, for example, was a cushitic speaking group, Alaba, before migrating to the present location.
What? where did I insult Oromos? and where is the fact about this post? Any thing that looks valid ( full filled your fantasy) to you should be taken as Facts...lol

You have failed as usual to evaluate the motive behind this post, that is why I believe you are irrelevant to understand our issues. You are ready and willing to ingest any garbage that is thrown by non-Ethiopians. For you, as long as it degrade Amharas, it is fine!

You won't find me insulting Ethiopians, I am better than that!
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Oct 30, 2011
 
abbay wrote:
Yes I know this for sure, I'm from gojjam and after just following curiosity, I started digging my heritage line....surprised, I found my self Oromo just after 5 names. I'm sure most of you will do it. Now,I'm pro-oromo in every event. I have nothing in common with bejja gondares.
Your ancestors were most probably Gafats south Abbay. Check on this hint. See, what you find. Most of the Gojjames who now live north of Abbay were evicted by Glaasa migrating north in the 16th century.
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Your ancestors were most probably Gafats south Abbay. Check on this hint. See, what you find. Most of the Gojjames who now live north of Abbay were evicted by Glaasa migrating north in the 16th century.
So you are saying Oromos are the nefetgans that needs to be evacuated from Gojjam's land?

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Oct 30, 2011
 
i think all horn africa are oromo
Gee 17

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Your ancestors were most probably Gafats south Abbay. Check on this hint. See, what you find. Most of the Gojjames who now live north of Abbay were evicted by Glaasa migrating north in the 16th century.
SO Eritrean's ANCESTORS are from Gojjam according to you? WUY Alex!

Please enlighten us a little more?


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Your ancestors were most probably Gafats south Abbay. Check on this hint. See, what you find. Most of the Gojjames who now live north of Abbay were evicted by Glaasa migrating north in the 16th century.
you are right. I said I found my blood line going to oromo. I know oromos settled in gojjam long time ago. I'm really happy n wish to teach others to find their root.
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SO Eritrean's ANCESTORS are from Gojjam according to you? WUY Alex!
Please enlighten us a little more?
What do you mean? There are Eritreans who trace their ancestors to Dembia, north of Gondar. The Akele and Guza, two brothers or some say and nephew and uncle to each other, migrated to the Akele-Guzai region, now in Deqemehare region of Eritrea.

Around Lake Tana, there is a group of Amaras or Agews who claim that their ancestors came from Egypt.

Population movements happen all the time.
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Oct 30, 2011
 
abbay wrote:
<quoted text>you are right. I said I found my blood line going to oromo. I know oromos settled in gojjam long time ago. I'm really happy n wish to teach others to find their root.
Well. I believe Oromo has a better future than Amara. Amaras screwed up: neftengaism, slavery, cruelty, chauvinism, superiority, and all these traits screwed their future. I mean bad public relations. Nobdoy wants them to excercise leadership in the Ethiopian government. Doomed.
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Oct 31, 2011
 
Long time I found my blood line to gafat. Ya like it.

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Oct 31, 2011
 
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What do you mean? There are Eritreans who trace their ancestors to Dembia, north of Gondar. The Akele and Guza, two brothers or some say and nephew and uncle to each other, migrated to the Akele-Guzai region, now in Deqemehare region of Eritrea.
Around Lake Tana, there is a group of Amaras or Agews who claim that their ancestors came from Egypt.
Population movements happen all the time.
There's not such a thing like Dekemhare region of Eritrea, because Dekemhare is just a city of Akele-Guzai region.

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