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Specially at this moment, it seems that the Oromo are asking about the feasibility of our own movement for independence. This nation has been under the colonial rule since the conference of the European colonialists in Berlin at the end of the nineteenth century, when they planned the Scramble for Africa.

Not only the proindependence Oromo

Not only the pro-independence Oromo, but also all the other groups, i. They only differ in a strategy they have chosen towards the same goal.

They only differ in

We all know how the Eritrean liberation movement had been supported by the Arabs, the Italians and by other Western regimes. This taking different routes is the main area of discord between the different factions of our rebelling liberation fronts. But now, all the three Oromo groups can and should work together in order to get rid of the occupying and oppressing forces of the colonizers. For example, they let us know which features and sections are most popular.

Simply put, the elites of these two nations did use different rhetorics during their struggles. Since then, the Oromo and the other occupied nations in the region have been struggling for their national freedom. There is nothing wrong if our liberation forces talk about the two concepts under different contexts and situations. Performance and reliability cookies These cookies allow us to monitor OverDrive's performance and reliability. To my understanding, many members of the Oromo rebel organizations belong here, even though they may have different rhetoric based on the contexts and situations.

They had also had a very secure sanctuary in the neighbouring countries like the Sudan, Egypt and Saudi Arabia. The common denominator for these three movements is freedom of the Oromo people or self-determination of the Oromo people per referendum.