Essays on ethiopia war

The inhabitants of Harar represent several different Afroasiatic-speaking ethnic groups, both Muslim and Christian , including the Oromo people , Somalis , Amhara people , Gurage people and Tigrayans . The Harari people , who refer to themselves as Gēy 'Usu ("People of the City") are a Semitic -speaking people. Their language, Harari , constitutes an Ethiopian Semitic pocket in a predominantly Cushitic -speaking region. Originally written in the Arabic script , the Harari language has recently converted to Ge'ez script .

Essays on ethiopia war

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