Mashallah, very nice. How have your family dealt with this? Any issues there? Are the children in touch with the mother's side of the family as well?My mother's uncle is married to a habesha and they have had 9 kids together
I can understand with the ones back home, but I must ask would this still be a major issue living in the west? I've seen Somalis date all sorts from all different religious backgrounds as well as Habesha as well, but haven't seen much Habesha and Somalis dating each other.Religion would be a major barrier so it's pretty rare with the Ethiopian ones.
Several of my friends and family friends are married to Amhara. That includes both males and females. They are all happy homes.
The funny thing is when Xalimo (not real name) makes Somali food, the house gets invaded by the hubby's Amhara relatives.
Anyways these are all Muslim families.
There is no issue or any drama. In fact it's very mellow and loving relationship.
Amhara make great wives.
Several of my Amhara friends speak fluent Somali and intend to have reer Waqooyi accent. Even one guy speaks better Waqooyi accent than me. All my reer konfuur friends tease me on this...
I personally prefer Amhara women over Somali and Oromo.
The traditionally trained Amhara does not turn her back on her hubby. Instead she walks backwards facing him. Turning back is disrespect.
They are loyal and beautiful. They are loyal to their homes not tribe, politics or whatever. Hubby, kids, family, first.
In the past Amhara emperors used to sought after Gurage women because of religious beliefs. Wa inu ninku qaba naag Gurage ah hadu rabo inu noqdo sida Mahdi oo kale.
Amhara women rarely marry from outside Ethiopians. If you can speak few Amharic words wa cadi mida ku qaban karta lakin hadad afka aqoonin stranger ba tahay dee.
Cuqdad ma qaban lakin way jacayl yahin luqadoda, tariikhdoda iyo dhaqankoga lakin cunsiriin maha.
Somalis have been marrying xabashes for year especially the jaarso, gurgures and ormos
Personally I would never marry a xabashi i prefer the canfari
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