Are Habesha cushitic?

Tukraq

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similar as in the closest to eachother in appearance which is true

i never said we fully look alike even somalis dont look alike with eachother if i stood next to you , can assure you we dont look alike

even blacks dont look alike but their are certain feutures all east africans share
What are these features:farmajoyaab: I haven’t seen it with habeshas:shookgabre: also London isn’t their hotspot not many live there compared to the US:dabcasar: also I don’t know why you brought up Sudanese :faysalwtf: when they’re completely different from habeshas:yacadiim:
 

madaxweyne

madaxweyne
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What are these features:farmajoyaab: I haven’t seen it with habeshas:shookgabre: also London isn’t their hotspot not many live there compared to the US:dabcasar: also I don’t know why you brought up Sudanese :faysalwtf: when they’re completely different from habeshas:yacadiim:
ok let me do a compare
in terms of
body shape
hair skin color
eyes nose
everything we look like our Ethiopian Eritrean and Sudanese relatives





now for blacks


nigerian shop keepr
kenyan taxi driver


american



british



as you can see their are a little difrences
but where talking overall
 

Tukraq

VIP
ok let me do a compare
in terms of
body shape
hair skin color
eyes nose
everything we look like our Ethiopian Eritrean and Sudanese relatives





now for blacks


nigerian shop keepr
kenyan taxi driver


american



british



as you can see their are a little difrences
but where talking overall
Eh the Somali and Ethiopian guy don’t look similar in fact in this pick the Ethiopian looks more like the Kenyan taxi guy
 
Yeah he does, talk to these clowns though:farmajoyaab: they literally have not that much Habeshas where they live probably:noneck:
In Seattle we have one of the largest habesha and Somali diasporas and nobody would ever mistake the two:shookgabre:even cadaans:siilaanyolaugh:
We have a decent sized Habesh population and I'd agree with you. There are some instances where you can't really distinguish, but for the most part it's easy to tell the difference. And I'm sure you know their women are quite liberal :ulyin:

 

Tukraq

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We have a decent sized Habesh population and I'd agree with you. There are some instances where you can't really distinguish, but for the most part it's easy to tell the difference. And I'm sure you their women are quite liberal :ulyin:

I’m not going to lie their women are the easiest for me to pull, I think I’m their type:denzelnigga:
And Eritrean women here are manshallah:jcoleno:
 
Tigray are very close to Somalis genetically, which may be due to their origins as the original population of Tigray were Saho people prior to the semitic migration over the Bab el Mandeb.

The Agaw influence is probably more significant in Amhara people, as Agaw people lived between the Takeze river and the Abay (Nile) Northeast of the Mareb was traditional Saho territory and northwest belonged to lowland people of Sudan distantly related to Nubians like Kunama and Nara people.

Between the Mareb and the Takeze was the territory of a now gone people known as the Awa people. The founder of the Aksumite Empire conquered the Awa and built his new capital Aksum in their territory. Adwa is named after the Awa people, Ad Awa. The Agaw lived south and east of the Takeze along the escarpment originally. What is now the main Agaw inhabited area, Agaw Awi, was originally part of the Gumuz kingdom but it was colonized by Agaws during the Zagwe dynasty. The original homeland of Agaw people is now the Amhara homeland, and the original center of Amhara people, Bet Amhara is now called Wollo and is mostly Oromo.
 
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My Plan to marry 4 wife my goal list.

1. Somali
2. Habesha
3.Afar
4. Tigray

I own 4 Property 1 in Uk and 3 in USA.

I know Somali woman are wild and she is going to be a problem so i will throw her in UK. :obama:
 
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