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Ethiopia nile issue with Egypt getting worse

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Re: Ethiopia nile issue with Egypt getting worse

Postby Garaad_LQ » Fri Nov 26, 2010 9:09 pm

Cirwaaq wrote:
XimanJaale wrote:I just can't believe how Ethiopia turned and how Somalia became a shit hole when Somalia was above Ethiopia in many ways. :( :cry:


We just need to assassinate all those that think like you and we will be half way done on our detination to restore our pride and honour.

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Soomaali iyo Faan :lol: , horta taa hadaanu iska dhaafi lahayn maybe maybe just maybe hurdadaan ka kici lahayn

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Re: Ethiopia nile issue with Egypt getting worse

Postby Samira25 » Fri Nov 26, 2010 9:14 pm

the first country were working to destruct ethiopia was aremania . but they punshed and destructed from the world map
Iraqe was one of the country to distruct ethiopia but they distructed
somalia :lol: also was one of the country to district ethiopia with the help of the jews but they distructed

sudan today seriously working for ethiopian destruction but hey they strat to destruct themselves... (only northern sudanese coz southern sudanese love ethiopians /mengistu and radical anti arab amharas supported SPLA :up: )

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Re: Ethiopia nile issue with Egypt getting worse

Postby XimanJaale » Fri Nov 26, 2010 9:17 pm

Faan is not what killed somalia and put us into sleep, It is morons that don't have imaan that are the culprits. Some Somalis n there mentality!

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Re: Ethiopia nile issue with Egypt getting worse

Postby Babygirl- » Fri Nov 26, 2010 9:18 pm

Stupid Arabs need to support a Grand Arab-Sudan,Somalia & Eritrea alliance to counter the Xabash, Jareer & Israeli alliance. :up:

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Re: Ethiopia nile issue with Egypt getting worse

Postby EEGA9 » Fri Nov 26, 2010 10:24 pm

Ethiopia will crumble to the ground, Egypt will be fighting a tribe called Tigray.The rest of Ethiopia can't wait to see them out the door, Ethiopian troops will not fight for more than a few days.The Dam Project is useless and has displaced alot of people.Meles is a smart politician when he faces internal pressure and international pressure about domestic issues he re-directs attention to either terrorism in Somalia, Eritrea,rebel groups or now the Nile issue.This is about preservation of his Tigray Dictatorship and using the age-old Ethiopia trick of speaking to the emotions of the Western Christian World to protect the "Christian Island in a sea of Infidel muslims".

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Re: Ethiopia nile issue with Egypt getting worse

Postby shidow1 » Sat Nov 27, 2010 4:40 am

A dangerous cold war....African style is brewing......meles......is not a very smart guy.....I think the man is out of his mind.....he thinks he can count on the west.....a proxy war with Egypt....Ethiopia is a fuc....landlocked country with no many friends....caution though geo...political is intertwined part of North African and the horn of africa.....Nobody benefits from this kind of game......for Somalia it means Ethiopian refugees again comming back to Gedho region and other parts......instability in nothern kenya and the list goes on and on. Meles has a lot of enemies in his own country.....and taking out this crook is not as hard as one might think....leadership vacuume in Ethiopia will be catastrophic to say the list.....This might sound strange a peacefull Ethiopia is in the interest of everybody....but the evil thingy he did to the Somalis is haunting him and his people....chaos in Ethiopia is inevitable....only God knows the answer to this questions but the future looks bleek for the horn of africa.... :(


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