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A Response to Dr. Fikre Tolossa/Tolassa’s Open Letter: When Was the Ethiopian Flag Created? by Qaalluu Kuusaa

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  1. Hunde:

    June 22, 2013 @ 10:53 am

    I liked it; Thank you Qaalluu; looking forward to reading the next.
    Though I have no objection to the peaceful coexistence of people; that should not be at the expense of truth.
    Truth to be told! our free will and choice should be accepted and respected! Justice and equality should be reclaimed from all corner(historical justice, political justice, etc).
    We are tired of these fabricated lies and deception; we need secular, logical and substantially pragmatic system. Not mythology of Dr. Fikire

  2. Hunde:

    June 22, 2013 @ 11:18 am

    I liked it; Thank you Qaalluu; looking forward to reading the next.
    Though I have no objection to the peaceful coexistence of people; that should not be at the expense of truth.
    Truth to be told! our free will and choice should be accepted and respected! Justice and equality should be reclaimed from all corner(historical justice, political justice, etc).
    We are tired of these fabricated lies and deception; we need secular, logical and substantially pragmatic system. Not mythology of Dr. Fikire

  3. Hunde2:

    June 22, 2013 @ 3:26 pm

    as one senior said the colors BLACK, RED, AND WHITE are metaphors of gadaa cycle (which is hundee in all aspects of z society) in order from bottom to up. White is for kids whose mind is open to all knowledge like a white paper, Red is the the active, who has grown up and alert, who can decide and act, accomplish.., Black is the old, who already know to high wisdom, who are ready to go to the black waaqa.

  4. Aisha Ali:

    June 22, 2013 @ 3:45 pm

    English or Oromo translation please!

  5. Tolcha jabessaa:

    June 23, 2013 @ 4:50 am

    Thank you ( galatomi buli beka oromoo)nutis beekaa qabna jabaadhaa dhiiroo of wallaall fikre tosaa fi aakan akkasaa of wallaala kanaaf jabeessa naaf hima.Itti fufii ummata keenya dogoggoraa jiru kanaaf naaf himi

  6. Iddoosaa:

    June 23, 2013 @ 5:40 pm

    .Galatoomi yaa obboleesso.

    Dhugaa jiru nu barsiisuu kee qofa utuu hin ta’in hafaan Dr. Fiqree tolasaa Jigsaatii galun deebii itti laachuun kee isaafi miiltota isaatii barnoota guddaadha.
    Milkaahii

  7. Freedom to Unfree:

    June 23, 2013 @ 10:03 pm

    I would really appreciate an English translation, it all looks very interesting!

  8. katabe:

    June 25, 2013 @ 8:02 am

    Please translate it in English for many of us who can;t read amharic

    It looks very interesting. I see many ethiopian flags