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Dir dawe and the Oromo Population

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Dir dawe and the Oromo Population

Postby The_Emperior5 » Thu May 20, 2010 8:50 pm

Back in the days the Dir dawe used to ba majority somali people now and days its mostly Oromos and gurugeres what Brought all these oromos to somali land. berigi hore Dir dawe was like 70% somali now and days 40% is somali.

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Re: Dir dawe and the Oromo Population

Postby Rooble90 » Thu May 20, 2010 11:00 pm

The_Emperior5 wrote:Back in the days the Dir dawe used to ba majority somali people now and days its mostly Oromos and gurugeres what Brought all these oromos to somali land. berigi hore Dir dawe was like 70% somali now and days 40% is somali.



The Oromos Are Trying To Take It Over From The Issa's And Guregure Clans

I.G.L.F Will Liberate It Soon :clap: :clap:

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Re: Dir dawe and the Oromo Population

Postby hanqadh » Fri May 21, 2010 1:07 am

^ I.G.L.F does not exist anymore, they are apart of ONLF.

Because 77 somalis moved out and the oromos moved in, they did the same with Hararge or Adari areas.Oromo are cherrypickers :down:

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Re: Dir dawe and the Oromo Population

Postby ina aadan » Fri May 21, 2010 6:36 am

Jinacsanedii yaray ey garigu dagi jirayba sow maanay noqon kililka oromada
war oromadu waxay ku fikirayso waad yaabi saa waxay ku odhan dhulka soomalida 50% anaaga iskale waana soo ceshanaynaa.

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Re: Dir dawe and the Oromo Population

Postby Queen_Arawello » Fri May 21, 2010 10:01 am

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Re: Dir dawe and the Oromo Population

Postby Siciid85 » Fri May 21, 2010 11:44 am

ina aadan wrote:Jinacsanedii yaray ey garigu dagi jirayba sow maanay noqon kililka oromada
war oromadu waxay ku fikirayso waad yaabi saa waxay ku odhan dhulka soomalida 50% anaaga iskale waana soo ceshanaynaa.





:lol: :lol: Your not the only one who heard that amba waan maqlay some oromos i came across said the samething.

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Re: Dir dawe and the Oromo Population

Postby Gara Man » Fri May 21, 2010 10:17 pm

Non of you guys know what you are talking about! Stay in your desert and leave the cities and fertile lands to people who know how to use it.

Dire Dawa has never been a somali city! You guys are getting worked up over 77 propaganda its funny, kinda of ironic since somali brag about pushing oromos but when the shoe is on the other foot you guys cry.

The Gurgura little liberation Front they had( :lol: ) was intriguing because Gurgura and oromo are very mixed. You could have one family, with both GLF(or whatever it was called) and OLF contingents in the same household. Members of both groups chilled together, ate together and did Barcaa together. Dont confuse politics and real life.and the Issa group and are the issa and gurgura are they really so friendly to eachother?

Ethnic regionalism got everyone buzzed. :lol:

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Re: Dir dawe and the Oromo Population

Postby St8OuttaDirree » Sat May 22, 2010 2:41 am

Gara Man wrote:Non of you guys know what you are talking about! Stay in your desert and leave the cities and fertile lands to people who know how to use it.

Dire Dawa has never been a somali city! You guys are getting worked up over 77 propaganda its funny, kinda of ironic since somali brag about pushing oromos but when the shoe is on the other foot you guys cry.

The Gurgura little liberation Front they had( :lol: ) was intriguing because Gurgura and oromo are very mixed. You could have one family, with both GLF(or whatever it was called) and OLF contingents in the same household. Members of both groups chilled together, ate together and did Barcaa together. Dont confuse politics and real life.and the Issa group and are the issa and gurgura are they really so friendly to eachother?

Ethnic regionalism got everyone buzzed. :lol:

:up: :up:

All Gurguras i know hate the issas. And half the Oromo community out here is Gurguraa, they feel comfortable with Oromos.

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Re: Dir dawe and the Oromo Population

Postby gurey25 » Sat May 22, 2010 7:54 am

Dire Dawa was founded by the Gurgura


now wether it is a somali city or an Oromo city depends on if you consider the gurgura to be somalis or Oromo

The gurgura are one of the oldest somali clans, and had a leadership position amongs all the somali clans
during the time of amde seyon, 1300-1400

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Re: Dir dawe and the Oromo Population

Postby The_Emperior5 » Sat May 22, 2010 7:57 am

i consider gurgure somalis i have gurgure relatives , they are somalis they should not be Confused with Gurage

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Re: Dir dawe and the Oromo Population

Postby Siciid85 » Sat May 22, 2010 11:21 am

gurey25, Gurgure indeed are ancient tribe like the Magaadle.

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Re: Dir dawe and the Oromo Population

Postby St8OuttaDirree » Sat May 22, 2010 4:21 pm

Theres probably more gurguras out there that don't know how to speak somali, and for a fact majority of them speak Oromo and consider themselves Oromo.
OLF....OPDO....any group there are gurguras. Singer we have many singers who sing in afaan Oromo about Oromos backhome and everything who are Gurgura.
Shantam shubisaa famous oroo\mo singer is gurgura, his son Qamar Yusuf, Yonis Abdullahi, Mahadi Sheika...and so much more.

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Re: Dir dawe and the Oromo Population

Postby Siciid85 » Sat May 22, 2010 4:36 pm

St8OuttaDirree, who are those oroms in dhire dhaba what are they called? afan oromo?

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Re: Dir dawe and the Oromo Population

Postby St8OuttaDirree » Sat May 22, 2010 5:18 pm

Siciid85 wrote:St8OuttaDirree, who are those oroms in dhire dhaba what are they called? afan oromo?

Afaan Oromo is the language, The Oromos in Dirre are Afraan Qallo = Noolee, Jaarso, Alaa...

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Re: Dir dawe and the Oromo Population

Postby Siciid85 » Sat May 22, 2010 8:42 pm

St8OuttaDirree wrote:
Siciid85 wrote:St8OuttaDirree, who are those oroms in dhire dhaba what are they called? afan oromo?

Afaan Oromo is the language, The Oromos in Dirre are Afraan Qallo = Noolee, Jaarso, Alaa...



Gartay, who are the largest of the three tribes you mentioned of the Afraan Qallo and are they muslim mostly?


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