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Oromo Refugees in Cairo Protest Against Increased Harassment in Egypt over Nile Politics, and Ask UNHCR and the Egyptian Authorities for Protection

On Sunday, June 9, 2013, Oromo refugees in Cairo held a peaceful protest rally against increased harassment in Egypt as backlash of the Nile politics, and they asked UNHCR and the Egyptian authorities for protection.

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  1. Friend of Getachew Reda:

    June 9, 2013 @ 10:27 pm

    Benishangul is the place of the future war between Egypt and Ethiopia. The reason the government removed the Amhara residents from Benishangul recently was to protect them from the ensuing war. The Amhara and Tigray will stand on the sidelines and see the rest of the peoples burn in the upcoming war. The refugees are only the first casualties of the war. Just the beginning.

    Ethiopia Will Rise Again for Amhara and Tigray!
    Death to Ethnics That Dirty the Holyland Ethiopia!

  2. Ramis:

    June 10, 2013 @ 10:36 pm

    Ato Getachew, I can’t say any thing than the amharic word “moogn”

  3. Nama:

    June 20, 2013 @ 10:35 pm

    Did wayyanes move a million Tigres to Egypt, Libia, and Saudi to occupy Finfinne? I say NO.
    So, Oromo refugees are in the rong place in Egypy. They must leave Egypt and the Egyptian religion in the Nile and go back to do their homework, including construction of the dam and removing wayyane from power!

    Nagaa fanaa!