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Postby ምጥኔ » Fri Sep 15, 2006 8:44 pm

2006 Index of Economic Freedom -- ETHIOPIA

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After decades of dictatorship, Ethiopia is moving toward a federal system of democratic governance. Problems remain, however, as demonstrated by widespread allegations of fraud following the May 2005 parliamentary elections, in which preliminary results showed the incumbent Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front retaining a majority. The government response to post-election protests resulted in thousands of arrests and many deaths. Ethiopia's economy is based principally on small farms, with agriculture accounting for nearly half of GDP. More than three-quarters of the population in rural areas is engaged in agriculture. Adverse weather has severe consequences in Ethiopia, which remains reliant on food aid during years with poor harvests. The government continues to promise economic reform, but progress has been slow: Nearly 200 state-owned enterprises have yet to be privatized, corruption is widespread, bureaucracy is burdensome, and much economic activity occurs in the informal sector. In addition, taxation is unevenly enforced, the judiciary is overwhelmed, and key sectors of the economy remain closed to foreign investment. The government has taken some steps toward reforming the civil service, improving infrastructure, and removing regulatory impediments to investment and business establishment. Land-locked Ethiopia depends heavily on Djibouti for access to foreign goods. Ethiopia's government intervention score is 0.5 point worse this year; however, its trade policy score is 0.5 point better, and its fiscal burden of government score is 0.3 point better. As a result, Ethiopia's overall score is 0.03 point better this year.


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Trade Policy4.5
Fiscal Burden4.0
Government Intervention3.5
Monetary Policy3
Foreign Investment3.0
Banking and Finance4.0
Wages and Prices3.0
Property Rights4.0
Regulation4.0
Informal Market4.0

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Population: 68,613,472

Total area: 1,127,127 sq. km

GDP: $7.0 billion

GDP growth rate: –3.7%

GDP per capita: $102

Major exports: coffee, oilseeds, leather products

Exports of goods and services: $1.4 billion

Major export trading partners: Djibouti 13.2%, Germany 11.3%, Saudi Arabia 6.9%, Japan 6.7%, Italy 6.4%

Major imports: consumer goods, petroleum and petroleum products, food, motor vehicles

Imports of goods and services: $2.5 billion

Major import trading partners: Saudi Arabia 24.2%, US 17.1%, China 6.4%, Italy 4.1%

Foreign direct investment (net): $33 million

2003 Data (in constant 2000 US dollars)

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UNHCR: Asylum applications in the last five years drop by half


GENEVA, Mar 17 (UNHCR) - In the last five years, the number of asylum seekers arriving in all industrialized countries has fallen by half, according to preliminary annual figures released by the UN refugee agency on Friday. Asylum applications in 50 industrialized countries fell sharply for the fourth year in a row in 2005, reaching their lowest level in almost two decades.

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Postby ትምህርት » Wed Sep 20, 2006 9:16 pm

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አዲስ አበባ መስከረም 10/1999/ዋኢማ/ በሰሜን ምስራቅ ኢትዮጵያ በሚገኘው ስምጥ ሸለቆ ከ3 ነጥብ 3 ሚሊየን ዓመት በፊት በህይወት ትኖር የነበረች የአንዲት ህፃን ቅሪተ አካል ተገኘ! የአውስትሮሎፒቲከስ አፋረንሲስ ዝርያ ያላት የዚህች ህጻን ቅሪተ አካል ከሉሲ በ150 ሺ ዓመት ዕድሜ እንደሚበልጥ ታውቋል::

ቅሪተ አካሉ በሰሜን ምስራቅ ኢትዮጵያ ስምጥ ሸለቆ ልዩ ስሙ ዲኪካ በተባለ ቦታ የተገኘው ዶክተር ዘረሰናይ አለምሰገድ በተባሉ ኢትዮጵያዊ የተመራ ዲኪካ የተባለ የምርምር ፕሮጀክት ባካሄደው አምስት ዓመታት የፈጀ ጥናትና ምርምር ነው::

የጥናትና ምርምር ፕሮጄክቱ አስተባባሪ ዶክተር ዘረሰናይ በተለይ ለዋልታ ኢንፎርሜሽን ማዕከል እንደገለፁት፤ ቅሪተ አካሉ ሉሲን ጨምሮ እስካሁን ከተገኙ ቅሪተ አካሎች ለየት የሚያደርገው የሶስት ዓመት ህፃን ቅሪተ አካል በመሆኑ ነው::

እስካሁን በተደረጉ ጥናትና ምርምሮች የተገኙ ቅሪተ አካሎች የአዋቂዎች እንደሆኑ አስተባባሪው አመልክተዋል::

ፕሮጄክቱ ባካሄደው ምርምር ታሀሳስ 1 ቀን 1993 የህጻኗ የተወሰነ የጭንቅላት ክፍል ከተገኘ በኋላ ቡድኑ በተለያዩ ጊዚያት ወደስፍራው በመመላለሰ ባካሄደው ፍለጋ የደረት: የትከሻ: የእግርና የመሳሰሉ ቅሪተ አጥንቶች ማግኘት መቻሉን የገለፁት ዶክተር ዘረሰናይ: በተደረገው ጥረትም ከ50 በመቶ በላይ የአካል ክፍሎቿ መገኘታቸውን ተናግረዋል::

በዘርፉ ለሚደረገው ምርምር ታላቅ እምርታ እንደሆነ የሚነገርለት ይኸው ግኝት የሰባት የተለያየ ዜግነት ያላቸው ተመራማሪዎች የጋራ ውጤት ሲሆን: በምርምሩ ወቅት በተለያየ የሙያ መስክ የተሰማሩ ከ40 በላይ ድጋፍ ሰጪዎች መሳተፋቸውን ገልጸዋል::

ግኝቱን አስመልክቶ በዛሬው ዕለት ኔቸር በተሰኘ የሳይንስ ጆርናል ላይ ታትሞ እንደሚወጣም አስተባባሪው አመልክተዋል::

እንደ ዶክተር ዘረሰናይ ገለጻ የአውስትሮሎፒተከስ አፋረንሲስ ዝርያ ያላት የዚህች ህጻን ቅሪተ አካል ከሉሲ በ150 ሺ ዓመት ዕድሜ ብልጫ እንዳለው በላቦራቶሪ ምርመራ ተረጋግጧል::

"ግኝቱ ኢትዮጵያ የቅድመ ሰው መገኛ መሆኗን ዳግም የሚያረጋገጥ በመሆኑ እጅግ ተደስቻለሁ" ያሉት ኢትዮጵያዊው ተመራማሪ ዶክተር ዘረሰናይ ግኝቱ ለሀገሪቱ ቱሪዝም መስፋፋት የጎላ አስተዋፅኦ እንዳለው አስረድተዋል::

በተገኘቸው ቅሪት ላይ ቀጣይ ጥናትና ምርምር የሚደረግ ሲሆን፤ ፕሮጄክቱ በሌሎች የቅድመ ሰው ዘር አመጣጥ ላይ የሚካሂደውን ጥናት አጠናክሮ እንደሚቀጥል አስታውቀዋል::

ግኝቱ ዛሬ ከሰዓት በኋላ በብሔራዊ ሙዚየም ለሀገር ስውጥና ለውጭ ጋዜጠኞች ይፋ በተደረገበት ወቅት የባሀልና ቱሪዝም ሚኒስትር አምባሳደር መሐመድ ድሪር ባደረጉት ንግግር፤ የተመራማሪዎቹ ግኝት ኢትዮጵያ በጥንታዊ የሰው ዘር አመጣጥ ታሪክ ያላትን ቀደምትነት ይበልጥ ከፍ ያደርገዋል ብለዋል::

ለግኝቱ ሚኒስቴር መስሪያ ቤቱም ሆነ መንግስት ትልቅ ግምት እንደሚሰጡት ጠቅሰው፤ ይህ ታላቅ ግኝት ኢትዮጵያውያን ተመራማሪዎችን የሚያበረታታ እንደሆ ተናግረዋል::

ቅሪተ አካሉ "ሠላም" የሚል ስያሜ የተሰጠው መሆኑንም ዋልታ ኢንፎርሜሽን ማዕከል ዘግቧል::


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Postby ትምህርት » Tue Sep 26, 2006 5:15 pm

Global Competitiveness Report 2006-2007

Switzerland, Finland and Sweden are the world’s most competitive economies according to The Global Competitiveness Report 2006-2007, released by the World Economic Forum on 26 September 2006. Denmark, Singapore, the United States, Japan, Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom complete the top ten list, but the United States shows the most pronounced drop, falling from first to sixth.

The rankings are drawn from a combination of publicly available hard data and the results of the Executive Opinion Survey, a comprehensive annual survey conducted by the World Economic Forum, together with its network of Partner Institutes (leading research institutes and business organizations) in the countries covered by the Report. This year, over 11,000 business leaders were polled in a record 125 economies worldwide.

  1. Switzerland
  2. Finland
  3. Sweden
  4. Denmark
  5. Singapore
  6. US
  7. Japan
  8. Germany
  9. Netherlands
  10. Britain
Bottom of table:

120. ኢትዮጵያ
121. Mozambique
122. Timor
123. Chad
124. Burundi
125. Angola


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Postby ምጥኔ » Wed Oct 11, 2006 8:58 pm

Ethiopian women are most abused

Women in Ethiopia are most likely to suffer violence at the hands of their partners, says the United Nations.
Nearly 60% of Ethiopian women were subjected to sexual violence, including marital rape, according to the Ending Violence Against Women report.

Almost half of all Zambian women said they had been attacked by a partner.

A leading UN official launching the report said domestic violence was a "pervasive phenomenon... that has to be addressed".

"The report states that the major form of violence takes place at the domestic level, in the households... and it takes place in societies throughout the world," said Undersecretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs Jose Antonio Ocampo.

Laws 'inadequate'

In addition to violence from partners, the report also condemned what it found to be high levels of institutionalised violence, such as female genital mutilation, estimating that 130 million girls and women had undergone this practice.

The report, compiled from a number of different studies conducted in at least 71 countries, added that many governments around the world were not giving women adequate protection.

It said some 100 countries had no domestic violence laws and marital rape could not be prosecuted in more than 50.

"On average, at least one in three women is subjected to intimate partner violence in the course of her lifetime."

The report concludes that despite progress, "violence against women has not yet received the priority required to enable significant change".
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Postby ምጥኔ » Sun Oct 15, 2006 6:07 pm

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Clean—and Eat—Your Plate

An Ethiopian dining oasis thrives in Tanzania's busy Dar es Salaam

By CLAIRE SMITH

Dar es Salaam may mean "haven of peace," but it's hard to find respite in this frenetic Tanzanian port. It's not impossible, though. Down a dusty dirt track in the Mikocheni district, a 10-minute taxi ride from the center, is Addis in Dar, an Ethiopian restaurant that serves calm—and culture—with its cuisine. On the upper floor in an old colonial house, soulful African music plays to a backdrop of traditional handicrafts and jewelry for sale, and de rigueur pictures of the "Lion of Judah," Emperor Haile Selassie, in his safari suit. The mesop—Ethiopian tables woven from colored straw—are outside under the palm trees. Soft light is diffused through red and orange velvet umbrellas, and the air is filled with an exotic mix of frankincense, mosquito coils, popcorn and coffee. The dark brew is part of the spiritual and social life in Ethiopia, and patrons can order the coffee ceremony, a half-hour ritual where the beans are ground and roasted in front of you. "We make coffee to satisfy all the senses," says manager Foster Sanga. "You can see, smell, hear, touch and taste it." But it's the food that truly satisfies. Subtle spicy chicken, lentil, lamb and chickpea sauces, are served, as is customary, on a giant communal injera (pancake) and washed down with honey wine. "It's difficult to know how strong it is," says Sanga. "Every bottle is homemade—each one is unique." A bit like Addis in Dar.


From the Jul. 31, 2006 issue of TIME Asia magazine

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Postby ምጥኔ » Fri Oct 20, 2006 9:40 pm

A Simple Solution

Diarrhea kills more young children around the world than malaria, AIDS and TB combined. Yet a simple and inexpensive treatment can prevent many of those deaths. Why isn't it more widely used?


While diarrhea is a major killer in developing countries, in the rich world it is usually no more than an irritant. So developed nations channel health-care funds into areas perceived as presenting greater risks. Antiviral drugs are purchased and vaccines are ordered to guard against the potential threat from avian influenza instead of getting packages of rehydration solution costing just 6¢ a liter to those at risk of dying from diarrhea elsewhere. But far more children die from diarrhea every day than have ever died from avian flu.

In Africa, the fight against diarrhea is hampered by the lack of clean water and the infrastructure necessary to ensure public health. In countries like Ethiopia, only 40% of people have access to safe water, and fewer than 1 in 3 has regular access to safe sanitation, which at a minimum means a pit latrine. Most Ethiopians don't make the connection between the way they dispose of human waste and their family's health; instead, they believe that "diseases are transmitted by the will of God," :roll: :roll: says Worku Fentahun, head of health for the Banja district in the country's north. As a consequence, the average Ethiopian child suffers five to 12 episodes of diarrhea a year. Based on studies by the country's government and the World Bank, and by the Ethiopian Ministry of Health, between 50,000 and 112,000 Ethiopian children under 5 die from diarrhea every year. So for the past three years, unicef, the government, churches and ngos have led a campaign to teach Ethiopians the basic principles of hygiene, the importance of washing their hands and how to build their own toilets. The government has also trained health extension workers, mostly women, who can then teach other villagers about sanitation. :idea: :idea: :arrow: :wink:

Birhanu Worku, who cultivates half a hectare or so of potatoes and barley, was one of the first in Banja to build a pit latrine three years ago. It's a simple affair: a hole in the ground, 1 m across and 3 m deep, covered with a concrete slab and surrounded by mud walls, a thatched roof and a bamboo door. Outside the toilet is a plastic watering can, which Worku has jerry-rigged to dispense a trickle of water for flushing. His neighbors, he says, "came and asked me why I built it and how it worked ... I told them what I had learned and they listened and then went home and built their own toilets." More than 25,000 households joined the latrine-building boom in just three years. The number of people with access to a latrine in Banja district rose to 86% today from 3% in 2001. Toilets became status symbols. "Some people are building latrines nicer than their houses," says Gabeyew Tarekegn, who lives in a nearby village. Worku says that his children have been sick less often since the family began using the latrine and washing their hands afterward.

At the Gafft Primary School, amid the eucalyptus trees of Adet, up to 40% of the students used to suffer regular diarrhea attacks, especially after the rainy season when sewage seeps into water supplies. "If the students get sick," says teacher Tesfaye Birhanu, "they can't learn their lessons and think freely." Until recently, the four toilets shared by Gafft's 1,266 pupils were filthy, and girls like Genet Solomon avoided using them. "Before, I would get sick once a month," says Solomon, 12. Then the school built three simple pit latrines in cinder-block cubicles. A sanitation club began encouraging students to wash their hands after using the toilet and before meals, a simple way of reducing the risk of diarrheal illnesses. Now, fewer than 20% of the students fall ill. Solomon has been sick once in the past six months. "Hand washing is such a simple thing, but it can have a major impact on a child's health," says Unicef's Dooley.

Saving 2 million lives a year, you might think, is a cause with which politicians and movie stars would fall over themselves to be associated. But tackling diarrhea has never had the high profile of other public-health crises. There's much to do; though experts know what interventions can reduce needless deaths, getting them in place is not always easy. There are thousands of villages in places such as Bangladesh's muddy delta and the dry northern expanses of Ethiopia that still lack the infrastructure, education and methods of treatment that would protect their children's lives. To be sure, there is some good news; a recent report by unicef found that global access to safe drinking water rose from 1990 to 2004. But 1.1 billion people still don't have clean water; 2.6 billion lack a basic toilet. "That's an infrastructure problem and a development problem that we have not been able to deal with," says Greenough of Johns Hopkins. If the world wants to avoid the needless deaths of yet more children, it's time that we did.

With reporting by Robert Horn/Bangkok, Alex Perry/Calcutta and Dhaka, and Simon Robinson/Adet and Banja


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Postby ትምህርት » Tue Oct 24, 2006 10:21 pm

North Korea, Turkmenistan, Eritrea the worst violators of press freedom


159 Nepal 73,50
160 Ethiopia 75,00
161 Saudi Arabia 76,00
162 Iran 90,88
163 China 94,00
164 Burma 94,75
165 Cuba 95,00
166 Eritrea 97,50
167 Turkmenistan 98,50
168 North Korea 109,00


ጋዜጠኞችን የሚገድሉና የሚያንገላቱ አገሮች የደረጃ ዝርዝር ከዚህ በታች ባለው ሊንክ ይገኛል:: ከአለማችን ጋዜጠኛና የፕረስ ነጻነትን በማፈን የታወቁት አስሩ አገሮች እላይ ተጠቅሰዋል!

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Postby ምጥኔ » Sat Oct 28, 2006 1:34 pm

ሰላም ይህንን ፖስት ለምታነቡ ሁሉ:

አስተውላችሁ ከሆነ ያለፈው ሳምንት ''ETHIOPIA'' በተመለከተ በሳምንቱ በርካታ ዜናዎች መዌስተርን ሚዲያ ተዘግበዋል (ረሀብን የማይመለከት ማለት ነው) በቢቢሲ አፍሪካ በሳምንቱ በብዛት ከተነበበው አንዱ ይህ ነው::

Starbucks in Ethiopia coffee row

US coffee chain Starbucks is denying Ethiopia earnings of £47m ($88m) a year, according to Oxfam.


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Postby ትምህርት » Mon Nov 06, 2006 3:17 pm

Transparency International's corruption ranking

November 6, 2006 -- The nongovernmental corruption watchdog Transparency International released its annual "Corruption Perceptions Index" today.

The index ranks 163 countries by their perceived levels of domestic corruption in the public sector.

As usual, at the top of the list are several Nordic countries, such as Finland, Iceland, and Denmark.

Among the major world powers, Germany came in 16th, Japan 17th, and the United States was 20th.

Transparency International said there was a "strong correlation between corruption and poverty." Most of the world's low-income countries -- especially in Africa -- fared poorly.


RANK COUNTRY SCORE
1) Finland 9.6
1) Iceland 9.6
1) New Zealand 9.6
4) Denmark 9.5
5) Singapore 9.4
6) Sweden 9.2
7) Switzerland 9.1
8 ) Norway 8.8
9) Australia 8.7
9) Netherlands 8.7


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130) Ethiopia 2.4
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151)Equatorial Guinea 2.1
151) Uzbekistan 2.1
156) Bangladesh 2.0
156) Chad 2.0
156) Democratic Republic of Congo 2.0
156) Sudan 2.0
160) Guinea 1.9
160) Iraq 1.9
160) Myanmar 1.9
163) Haiti 1.8


ምንጭ http://transparency.org/news_room/in_fo ... /cpi_table
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Postby ምጥኔ » Wed Nov 08, 2006 1:27 pm

ሰላም ለሁላችን :lol:

On the October 23 edition of his nationally syndicated radio show, Michael Savage said of Ethiopians:

"The people down there have flies around their eyes," adding, "I never went into an Ethiopian restaurant. The Ethiopians come here to eat American food." 'You don't need to wind up with flies in your baby eye -- baby's eye.'
:roll: :cry: :shock: :idea:

N.B. The Savage Nation is played on over 300 radio stations and reaches more than eight million listeners each week, making it the third most-listened to radio talk show in the nation behind only The Rush Limbaugh Show and The Sean Hannity Show.
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Postby ትምህርት » Thu Nov 09, 2006 2:36 pm

የተባበሩት መንግስታት የልማት ድርጅት በየዓመቱ የሚያወጣውን ሪፖርት The 2006 Human Development Report ዛሬ ከ ደቡብ አፍሪቃ ለህዝብ ይፋ አድርጓል:: በሪፓርቱ በጠቅላላው የ177 አገሮች ደረጃ ወጥቷል:: እንደሚጠበቀው ለሰው ኑሮ ይመቻሉ የተባሉ አገሮች በአብዛኛው የስካኒዲኔቪያ አገሮች ሲሆኑ መጥፎ ናቸው የተባሉት ደግሞ የአፍሪቃ አገሮች ናቸው!

በሪፓርቱ መሰረት በአለማችን ለኑሮ በጣም ጥሩ ናቸው የተባሉት አገሮች ከ 1 - 20 ያሉት በቅደም ተከተል የሚከተሉት ናቸው::

  1. Norway
  2. Iceland
  3. Australia
  4. Ireland
  5. Sweden
  6. Canada
  7. Japan
  8. United States
  9. Switzerland
  10. Netherlands
  11. Finland
  12. Luxembourg
  13. Belgium
  14. Austria
  15. Denmark
  16. France
  17. Italy
  18. United Kingdom
  19. Spain
  20. New Zealand


    በሰንጠረዡ ግርጌ የሚገኙት 10 አገሮች የሚከተሉት ናቸው!


    168 Mozambique
    169 Burundi

    170 Ethiopia
    171 Chad
    172 Central African Republic
    173 Guinea-Bissau
    174 Burkina Faso
    175 Mali
    176 Sierra Leone
    177 Niger


    ሪፓርቱ :arrow: http://hdr.undp.org/hdr2006/report.cfm
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Postby ቆቁ » Thu Nov 09, 2006 10:06 pm

ትምህርት wrote:Human beings, as we know them, developed from earlier species of animals: true or false?

ተመራማሪዎች ይህንን ጥያቄ በ32 አገሮች ለሚኖሩ ነዋሪዎች አቅርበው ያገኙትን መልስ New Scientist በተባለው መጽሄት አውጥተዋል! አውሮፓውያንና ጃፓን ለዚህ ጥያቄ መልሳቸውን True በማለት በማያሻማ ሁኔታ ገልጸዋል:: የቱርክ ነዋሪዎች በኢቮሉሽን አለማመናቸው ሳይንቲስቶቹን አልደነቃቸውም! ነገር ግን ብዙ አሜሪካውያን ኢቮሉሽንን በተመለከተ እርግጠኛ አለመሆን ግራ እንዳጋባቸው አልሸሸጉም!

ሰለጠኑ የተባሉ ስዎች ለእኛ ፈጣሪያችሁ ነጭ ነው ብለው ካስተማሩንና ካሳመኑን በኌላ ጥለውን ሽል ማለታቸው ይሆን?

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ወሬው ከዚህ በታች ባለው ሊንክ ይገኛል!

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እዚህ መድረክ ላይ ያለው ጉዳይ ከሞላ ጎደል ባይገባኝም
ወዳጄ ትምህርት "" ሰለጠኑ የተባሉት ሰዎች ለኛ ፈጣሪያችሁ ነጭ ነው ብለው ካስተማሩንና ካሳመኑን ባሁዋላ ጥለውን ሽል ማለታቸው ይሆን ? ""

የሚለው አነጋገር በጣም አድርጎ አገጬን ይዤ እንዳዝን ስላደረገኝ ነው::

እኛው ራሳችን ነን ራሳችንን የገደልነው
የሰለጠኑት ከኛው ምድር : ከኛው ሰፈር ሉሲን አግኝተው ሲዘንጡብን
ምን ይሆን ነገሩ አለማለታችን አይገርምም?

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ኢትዮጵያውያን ዝምባም ናቸው የሚል ነው::
በጣም የሚገርም ነው ይህ አባባል

ኢትዮጵያውያን ዝምባሞች ሳይሆኑ ዝምቦች ናቸው ኢትዮጵያውያን

ስማ ኢትዮጵያውያን ዝምባሞች ናቸው ያልከው ወደጄ:
ኢትዮጵያ የዝምቦች መኖሪያ ነች ብለህ ለዛ ለነጫጭባ አስረዳው::

ዝምቦችን በንጽህና ብንከባከባቸው ንቦች ይሆኑ ነበር ክሮስ ፖሊኔ$ሽን የሚባለውን ነገር ከንቦች ከነፋስ በበለጠ ፍጥነት ለአበቦችና ለተክሎች ያዳርሱ ነበር::

ዝምቦችን በትክክል ብንንከባከባቸው ኖሮ ለዱትሪፊኬሽን ስራ በጣም ነበር የሚያገለግሉን

ዝምቦችን እንደ ዱር አራዊት ኬላ አበጅተንላቸው ብንከባከባቸው ኖሮ ስንቱን ቱሪስት ነበር የሚያግተለትሉት

ዝምቦች የሐገራችን ቅርሶች ናቸው ዝምቦችን ቆሻሻ ተመገቡ ከምንላቸው ንጹህ ንጹህ ተመገቡ ብለን እኛ የዝምብ ሐገር ልጆች የሚገባንን ስራ ብንሰራ ኖሮ ዝምቦች ዛሬ እንደምናውቃቸው ዝምቦች ኣይነት ሳይሆኑ ሌላ ዝንቦች ይሆኑ ነበር ::

የኢትዮጵያ ልጆች ዝምቦችን ተንከባከቡ ዝምቦችም የኢትዮጵያ ዝንቦች ስለሆኑ
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Postby ቆቁ » Fri Nov 10, 2006 6:55 pm

አንተ ኢትዮጵያውያን ዝምባም ናቸው ብለህ የጻፍከው ግለሰብ

ትክክል እኛ ኢትዮጵያውያን ዝምባሞች ነን

የኢሳይያስን ትንቢት ምእራፍ 18 ወይም እዛ አካባቢ ተመልከት ሐገራችን የዝምብ ሐገር ናት

ዝምቦች ኢትዮጵያውያን ናቸው:.

እንደዛ ያለ የዝምብ ሐገር ሆነን ዝምቦች ኢትዮጵያውያን ሆነው እያወቅን አንድም በስማቸው ጠርተናቸው አናውቅም

እንደውም ስማቸውን ከፈረንጅ እየኮረጅን ነው የምንጠራቸው
የኛ ሐገር ስም ደግሞ የጎጠኛ መጠሪያ በመስጠት ዝምቦችን ዝምቦች እንዲሆኑ አድርጎቸዋል

ለመሆኑ በዛ በዝምብ ሐገር ኢትዮጵያ ስንት የዝምብ ዓይነቶች ይገኛሉ

እነዚህ የዝምብ ዓይነቶች በአማርኛ ወይም በኦርምኛ በትግሪኛ ወይም በኢትዮጵያ ቁዋንቃዎች ምን ምን ተብለው ይጤራሉ

ታክሶኖሚ በዳርዊን አማካይነት በጋላፓጎስ ( የት ነበር ትምህርት ጋላፓጎስ ? ) ነበር የተጀመረው እኛ ግን የሚሊዮን ዝምቦች ሐገር ሆነን የራሳችንን ዝምቦች ስም እና መልክ አናውቅም
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Postby ትምህርት » Mon Nov 13, 2006 5:58 pm

No gold medal winners in climate protection competition
Germanwatch and CAN-Europe present 2007 Climate Change Performance Index

Nairobi, 13 November 2006: "If climate change protection were an Olympic Discipline, no country would make it to the medal ranks", concludes Matthias Duwe, Director of Climate Action Europe, based on the outcome of the country rankings that forms the base of the 2007 Climate Change Performance Index (CCPI). The CCPI results clearly show that current efforts to stop dangerous climate change are insufficient.

http://www.germanwatch.org/klima/ccpi.htm
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