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Postby ምጥኔ » Tue Nov 14, 2006 9:55 pm

ቆቁ wrote: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
አናሳዝንም :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:
ፈላስፋው ቆቁ

ሰላም ላንተ ፈላስፍው ቆቁ :lol:

ይህንን ንግግር በተመለከት ያላቸውን አስተያየት ኢትዮጲያንና የኢትዮጲያውያን ወዳጆች እዛው ፕሮግራሙ ገጽ ላይ አቅርበዋል አንተም ይህንን ጥሩ ፍልስፍና ልትጨምረው ትችላለህ>> ከፈልክ ---------- :wink: :wink:

.......እዚህ መድረክ ላይ ያለው ጉዳይ ከሞላ ጎደል ባይገባኝም
ላልከው ብቻህን አይደለህም ሳልልህ ማለፍ ስላልፈልኩኝ ነው :lol: :roll:

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ከክፋቱም:ከልፋቱም ሆነ ከውጣውረዱ ጋር ይህ አለም ግሩም ስፍራ ነው:: እንግዲህ ለኑሮህ እወቅበት:: ደስተኛ ለመሆን ተጣጣር:: :lol:
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Postby ቆቁ » Wed Nov 15, 2006 8:04 pm

..እዚህ መድረክ ላይ ያለው ጉዳይ ከሞላ ጎደል ባይገባኝም
ላልከው ብቻህን አይደለህም ሳልልህ ማለፍ ስላልፈልኩኝ ነው :lol: :roll: [/quote]

አይ ነፍሴ ምጥኔ !!!!
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Postby ምጥኔ » Sun Nov 19, 2006 9:21 pm

ሰላም የተከበርክ ፈላስፍው ቆቁ

አዎ አንዳንዴም እኮ መሳቅ ያስፈልጋል >> :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: ሁሌም ተመራምሮ ተፈላስፎ ብቻማ እንዴት ይሆናል >> :?: :?: ""...ቡዙ ምርምርም ሰውነትን ያደክማል..."" ነው የሚለው አይደል እንዴ ??

መልካም እሁድ ለሁላችን
ከክፋቱም:ከልፋቱም ሆነ ከውጣውረዱ ጋር ይህ አለም ግሩም ስፍራ ነው:: እንግዲህ ለኑሮህ እወቅበት:: ደስተኛ ለመሆን ተጣጣር:: :lol:
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Postby ምጥኔ » Sat Nov 25, 2006 2:20 pm

Adoption boom in Ethiopia

The United Nations has said that Ethiopia is one of the quickest and cheapest places to adopt a child anywhere in the world.

The country has one of the world's largest populations of orphans. Orla Guerin reports from the capital Addis Ababa.


ሁለት ደቂቃ የሚፈጅውን በፊልም የተደገፈ ሪፖርት ለማየት ለምትፈልጉ እዚህ ይገኛል

መልካም የሳምንት መጨረሻ
ከክፋቱም:ከልፋቱም ሆነ ከውጣውረዱ ጋር ይህ አለም ግሩም ስፍራ ነው:: እንግዲህ ለኑሮህ እወቅበት:: ደስተኛ ለመሆን ተጣጣር:: :lol:
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Postby ምጥኔ » Sat Dec 02, 2006 9:20 pm

ዲሴምበር 1 አለማቀፍ የኤድስ ቀን

Ethiopia

HIV-positive children orphaned by AIDS? Isn’t that an African story? Not necessarily. But although their story is similar to many others here in Ethiopia, the impact on their lives is worlds apart.

In Ethiopia, too many mothers are still passing the virus to their newborns, even though it could easily be prevented. Thousands of children wait for HIV treatment that is easily accessible in developed countries but a distant hope for most African children in need. Too many young people are infected because they don’t have the knowledge they need to keep themselves safe. And hundreds of thousands who have lost their parents to AIDS face hardships that challenge their potential to survive and thrive.

Ethiopia counts one of the largest populations of orphans in the world: 13 per cent of children throughout the country are missing one or both parents. This represents an estimated 4.6 million children – 800,000 of whom were orphaned by HIV/AIDS.

The country has seen a steady increase in the number of children becoming orphaned because of AIDS. In the past, famine, conflict and other diseases were the main factors that claimed the lives of parents


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Street children are continuously exposed to various forms of exploitation, including sexual exploitation. They do not have access to basic rights such as access to proper care, education, psychological support and supervision.

“As more and more parents die, the capacity of the extended family to take care of orphans becomes smaller and smaller,” says Björn Ljungqvist, UNICEF Representative in Ethiopia. “In all countries where you have a big HIV/AIDS epidemic, at first you don’t see any orphans at all, as they are absorbed by the traditional systems. And then all of a sudden you seem to reach some type of breaking point and you start finding these children in the streets, you start finding them working in difficult conditions, you start finding even child-headed households.”

Children have become the most vulnerable and most prone group to be infected with HIV. This is particularly true of adolescent girls and young women – those aged 15-24 – who constitute between 40 and 50 per cent of all new infections.


UNICEF ካቀረበው ሪፖርት የተወሰደ

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ከክፋቱም:ከልፋቱም ሆነ ከውጣውረዱ ጋር ይህ አለም ግሩም ስፍራ ነው:: እንግዲህ ለኑሮህ እወቅበት:: ደስተኛ ለመሆን ተጣጣር:: :lol:
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Postby ምጥኔ » Mon Dec 11, 2006 8:39 pm

ሰላም ለሁላችን

Good to know that there is still someone somewhere who writes something positive about Ethiopia. WAW ! :lol: At least for a change :lol: Not Bad ! :idea: :idea: :idea:
Check it out


መልካም የስራ ሳምንት
ከክፋቱም:ከልፋቱም ሆነ ከውጣውረዱ ጋር ይህ አለም ግሩም ስፍራ ነው:: እንግዲህ ለኑሮህ እወቅበት:: ደስተኛ ለመሆን ተጣጣር:: :lol:
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Postby ምጥኔ » Sat Dec 23, 2006 3:10 pm

ሰላም ለሁላችን :lol:

መቼም ስለቋንቋችን እንድንንግራቸው ብዙ ሰዎች ይጠይቁናል :ማወቅ ይፈልጋሉ እናም የምናውቀውን ያህል ለማካፈል እንጥራለን>> ስለአማርኛ ቋንቋ ያገኝሁትን ጽሁፍ አንድ ልበል ::

AMHARIC

:arrow: Usage by Country

Official Language: Ethiopia


:arrow: Home Speakers: Egypt and Israel

:arrow: Background
Amharic is the national language of Ethiopia and is spoken by around 12 million people as their mother-tongue and by many more as a second language. It is also used as lingua franca by at least 25 million people. Though only one of the seventy or so languages spoken in Ethiopia, Amharic has been the language of the court and the dominant population group in Highland Ethiopia since at least the late 13th century and remains the official language of Ethiopia today. It belongs to the Semitic group of the Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) family of languages and as such is related to Arabic and Hebrew. Together with a number of the lesser languages of Ethiopia it constitutes the Ethiopic branch of this family. All the Ethiopic languages are descended from Ge'ez, the ancient literary and ecclesiastic language of Ethiopia. Significantly, whilst many of the grammatical forms are reminiscent of the Arabic and Hebrew languages, the sentence structure (syntax) of Amharic is very different and has more in common with the non-Semitic languages of Ethiopia. Amharic is written in its own script derived from the alphabet of ancient South Arabia. Originally written from right to left, it eventually switched, probably under Greek influence, from left to right. Two dots are placed after each word to separate it from the next. The earliest traces of written Amharic go back to the 14th century, however, it was not until the middle of the 19th century that Amharic came to be the regular written medium in Ethiopia, supplanting Classical Ethiopic (Ge'ez), which remains to this day the liturgical language of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church and the medium of traditional Ethiopian learning and scholarship. The present century has seen the appearance and growth to maturity of a literature in Amharic, to become one of the most prolific vernacular literatures in Sub-Saharan Africa.


ምንጭ :arrow: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

መልካም የሳምንት መጨረሻ :lol:
ከክፋቱም:ከልፋቱም ሆነ ከውጣውረዱ ጋር ይህ አለም ግሩም ስፍራ ነው:: እንግዲህ ለኑሮህ እወቅበት:: ደስተኛ ለመሆን ተጣጣር:: :lol:
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Postby ምጥኔ » Tue Jan 02, 2007 8:52 pm

Genna - Ethiopian Christmas

The Ethiopian Christmas, known locally as Ganna after a hockey-like game the shepherds played when Jesus was born, usually falls on the old Julian calendar date of January 7.
Christmas is generally not that important in Ethiopia. :roll: This is partly because Orthodox Christianity is more centred around Mary than Christ but most importantly because death is considered more significant than birth, hence Easter is a much larger religious occasion than Christmas. Only very dedicated Christians will fast before Christmas, whereas almost all will fast before Easter.

That said, Ganna is really enjoyable. There is a gently festive air, especially on Christmas Eve in Addis where lots of urban types go out eating, drinking and dancing. Many Ethiopians do take it more seriously though, following the Ethiopian Orthodox Christian approach.

On Christmas Eve, a religious ceremony takes place in all Orthodox Christian churches throughout the Ethiopian highlands. The ceremonies are long and involve the whole congregation. Priests dance sedately, swaying side to side in time with their sistrums (silver percussion instruments), while the younger, more athletic men gather around a drummer dancing, leaping and jumping, achieving an almost trance-like state. Getting caught in the middle of one of these jumping circles is quite something - more like taking part in a Maori Haka than going to Church. The ceremony begins sedately and builds up through the night into a crescendo, the music from the church being heard far and wide until the early hours of the morning.

In most towns, Christmas Day itself is largely a family affair, with the occasional game of Ganna (a hockey-like game with sticks and balls) being played in the afternoon.

An invitation to a family Christmas is the way to enjoy the day. If you are lucky enough to be invited, don't consume a thing before you go because you will not be allowed to stop eating lots of delicious specialities and drinking the homebrew until late in the day, assuming they don't insist you take some home with you.

The place to really experience a traditional Ganna is in Lalibela, which was built as Ethiopia's own Jerusalem by King Lalibela in the 12th century. There is therefore a particularly strong connection with Christ in Lalibela, and pilgrims travel for days to attend colourful ceremonies in all of the 13 rock-hewn churches nested in the hillside. After church though, if at all possible, buy a goat or some tej (honey wine) and pay a visit to the adopted family you've found!


From British Airways

መልካም 2007 ለሁላችን :lol:
ከክፋቱም:ከልፋቱም ሆነ ከውጣውረዱ ጋር ይህ አለም ግሩም ስፍራ ነው:: እንግዲህ ለኑሮህ እወቅበት:: ደስተኛ ለመሆን ተጣጣር:: :lol:
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Postby ምጥኔ » Fri Jan 05, 2007 11:31 pm

ሰላም ይህንን ገጽ ለምታነቡ ሁሉ :lol:

ON THIS DAY JAN 5, 1985

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ከክፋቱም:ከልፋቱም ሆነ ከውጣውረዱ ጋር ይህ አለም ግሩም ስፍራ ነው:: እንግዲህ ለኑሮህ እወቅበት:: ደስተኛ ለመሆን ተጣጣር:: :lol:
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Postby ምጥኔ » Sun Jan 14, 2007 10:27 pm

ሰላም ወገኖች

ትላንት ከዚህ በታች ያለውን ፊልም አይቼ እጅግ ነው ያዘንኩት:: ፊልሙ የቅርብ ግዜ መሆኑ ደግሞ እጅግ ነው ያሳዘንኝ:: መቼም አንድ ቀን የተሻለ ነገር ለማየት እንደሚያስችለን አምናለሁ::

SOUPKITCHEN ETHIOPIA

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ሰላም!
ከክፋቱም:ከልፋቱም ሆነ ከውጣውረዱ ጋር ይህ አለም ግሩም ስፍራ ነው:: እንግዲህ ለኑሮህ እወቅበት:: ደስተኛ ለመሆን ተጣጣር:: :lol:
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Postby ምጥኔ » Sat Feb 03, 2007 6:47 pm

ሰላም ሰላም ለሁላችን :lol:

One of the World’s Poorest Countries Is Rich....................

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ከክፋቱም:ከልፋቱም ሆነ ከውጣውረዱ ጋር ይህ አለም ግሩም ስፍራ ነው:: እንግዲህ ለኑሮህ እወቅበት:: ደስተኛ ለመሆን ተጣጣር:: :lol:
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Postby ምጥኔ » Wed Mar 28, 2007 7:15 pm

ከክፋቱም:ከልፋቱም ሆነ ከውጣውረዱ ጋር ይህ አለም ግሩም ስፍራ ነው:: እንግዲህ ለኑሮህ እወቅበት:: ደስተኛ ለመሆን ተጣጣር:: :lol:
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Postby ምጥኔ » Wed Mar 28, 2007 7:16 pm

ከክፋቱም:ከልፋቱም ሆነ ከውጣውረዱ ጋር ይህ አለም ግሩም ስፍራ ነው:: እንግዲህ ለኑሮህ እወቅበት:: ደስተኛ ለመሆን ተጣጣር:: :lol:
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Postby ምጥኔ » Fri Apr 06, 2007 9:04 pm

ሰላም እንኳን ለፋሲካ አደረሰን.......

ከታሪክ ማህደር የተገኘ አንድ ልበል .....

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ከክፋቱም:ከልፋቱም ሆነ ከውጣውረዱ ጋር ይህ አለም ግሩም ስፍራ ነው:: እንግዲህ ለኑሮህ እወቅበት:: ደስተኛ ለመሆን ተጣጣር:: :lol:
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Postby ምጥኔ » Sun May 06, 2007 9:45 am

ሰላም ይህንን ገጽ ለምታነቡ ሁሉ

በመጀመሪያ እንኩዋን ለእናቶች ቀን በሰላም አደረሰን :lol:
ከእናቶች አንድዋም እናት ኢትዮጲያ ናት ...... ሰላምና ብልጽግና ለስዋና ለልጆችዋ ይሁን :!: :!: :!:

የአገራችንን መልካም ገጽታ/ኢሜጅ ባገኘነው አጋጣሚ ሁሉ ማለት ነው ማሳየት እያንዳንዳችን ሀላፊነት ያለብን ይመስለኛል, በተለይ ደግሞ ይህንን ሰፋ ባለ ደረጃ ለማድረግ እድሉ ያላቸው ግለሰቦች ቢጠቀሙበት ከዚህ በታች እንዳለው ዜና አይነት ............ ምን ያህል የሀገራችንን (እናታችንን) ፓዝቲቭ ኢሜጅ ለማስፋፋት እንችል እንደነበር አስብት:: ጥሩ ጅምር ነው ወንድም በርታ እላለሁ :!: :!: :!: በውጭ አገር ያሉ ኤምባሲዎቻችን እና የአየር መንገድ ሰራተኞች ከዚህ አንድ አንድ ነገር ቢማሩ እስቲ :idea:

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ከክፋቱም:ከልፋቱም ሆነ ከውጣውረዱ ጋር ይህ አለም ግሩም ስፍራ ነው:: እንግዲህ ለኑሮህ እወቅበት:: ደስተኛ ለመሆን ተጣጣር:: :lol:
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