Happy New Year 2012 to all Xabashis

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  1. riyaale

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    It was first roasted and popularized in harar.
     
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  2. Waaqo of Punt

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    Uhm Harari history and culture barely has anything to do with Somalis. They even have their own language from Ge'ez. The only influence we had on them is that we fought with Ahmed Gurey and were a large part of his armies. Hararis are just habesha Muslims that kept to themselves, only a few mixed with surrounding people such as Oromos, Somalis, Arabs etc.
    Don't know about the origin of the name tho...
     
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  3. xabashi

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    cadcads are confused about Ethiopian New Year :)
    Interesting to see that Ethiopian food is very well known by almost everybody.

     
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  4. embarassing

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    Lol yeah, the habeshis/ethiopians refused coffee and washing hands bc it was 'mohammedan'.
     
  5. embarassing

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    He probably is habeshi, maybe half.
     
  6. EDsomali

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    Sxb having a Xabasha on the side is part of our culture.

    In the past Somalis had many concubines originating from Abyssinia, do not be afraid of preserving our culture.
     
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  7. xabashi

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    Hmm I have never seen an Ethiopian eat injera without prior washing his/her hands and also after eating. It is a deep rooted custom.
     
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  8. embarassing

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    I mean historically, I'll share the citation when I find it.
     
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  9. saredochani10

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    No it wasn't.
     
  10. xabashi

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    Oh ok. I was a bit confused. :)
     
  11. Waaqo of Punt

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    lol do u have a soft spot for Somalis? Just say that u like us sbx :gnzbryw:
     
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  12. xabashi

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    Ok, I am wrong on this one. Not all but part of it is inside Ethiopia.
     
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  13. Waaqo of Punt

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    It was culturally Harari too.
     
  14. Waaqo of Punt

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    @xabashi is ur mcm Somali? U caught my attention. U even use Somali words in ur posts. Just come clean.
     
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  15. Desert Flower

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    A lot of Somalis in here have an inferiority complex when it comes to Ethiopians. The amount of ass kissing going on here is ridiculous. Your ancestors must be proud.:icon lol::icon lol::icon lol::icon lol:
     
  16. Waaqo of Punt

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    You're asking us to hate a people that have done nothing to us. Hatred can't come unnaturally.

    As a couple of people already said, the average Ethio u meet is very welcoming and nice. They don't care about our politics, at least not as much as we care about theirs. They think towards a better future and are more open. I never felt inferior to an Ethio but there's a lot we can learn from them.
     
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  17. embarassing

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    It’s an anon forum, maybe they’re habeshi.
     
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  18. Gucci mane

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    Hararis are Semites and are close to Tigray and amharas not somalis :mjlol:
     
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  19. Waaqo of Punt

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    No I'm actually a Bantu spy from Kenya
     
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  20. Gucci mane

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    Maybe your xabeshi :mjpls:
     
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