Sirni cunqursaa humnaaf aangoosaatti fayyadamuun humna qawween biyya bulchaa jiru yakka duguuggaa ilmaan Oromoo irratti raawwachaa ture ammas naga,e osoo hin jedhin Ilmaan Oromoo Oromummaa isaaniif quuqamanii Irratti duula duuguuggaa sanyummaa raawwachuu itti fufee jira.
Oromoo sababii ta,an duwwaafis Yakkamaa taasisuun Magaalaalee Oromiyaa bakkoota garaa garaa keessaa butuudhaan achi buuteen isaanii dhabamaa jira.
Erga labsiin hatattamaa golee oromiyaa mara keessatti labsamee kaasee mootummaan faashistii wayyaanee fxg uummanni oromoo finiinsaa jiru humna isaa ol itti ta,uun waan itti ulffaateef waan qabee gad lakkisus walaalee jira.
Kanummarraa ka,uudhaanis hidhaa dararaa fi ajjeechaan baratoota oromoo mooraa yuunversiitii wallaggaa keessa jiran irratti jumlaan raawwachaa jira.
Sadaasa 14/11/2016 Yuunversiitii wallaggaa keessaa baratoonni oromoo oromoo lama sababii ta,an duwwaaf moorichaa keessaa butamuudhaan achi buuteen isaanii dhabamaa jira.
Kanumaan wal qabatees baratoonni torbee kana keessa mooraa yuunversiitii wallaggaa keessaa butamanii dhabaman
Kaninninni dhalatee guddate godina wallagga bahaa Naannoo gabaa jimaataa jedhamutti.
Gosa barnootaa inni barachas jirus siivil injiineriingii waggaa 2ffaa .
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HRLHA Press Release
November 20, 2016 The March 2014 Oromo student protests, which began at Jima University and spread quickly to Ambo University then in a few days to all universities, colleges, high schools and elementary schools in Oromia and continued for two months, captured the attention of the world community for the first time. In those two months, over 81 Oromos, mostly university students, were killed and thousands detained by the crackdown on the protest by Agazi force and silenced. After eighteen months, the protest flared up again on November 12, 2015 in Ginchi Town in Western Showa 80 km south of the capital city. Since then, Oromia has remained in a human rights and humanitarian crisis. The Human Rights League of the Horn of Africa (HRLHA) lists over 2000 Oromo deaths, thousands of disappearances and tens of thousands of detentions. Many more thousands have left their homes behind and are now living in forests in order to escape the TPLF sponsored killing squads. To calm the peoples’ anger- after indiscriminate shootings from both the ground and the air of innocent Oromos at the Irrecha festival in Bishoftu on October 2, 2016- the government declared a state of emergency on October 8, 2016repression-in-ethiopia