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Human Rights at TBOJ.DE

Here you find consequent reports of Human Rights abuses and crimes against huamnity being commited on the Oromo people

The Universal Declaration Human Rights


Article 1.


All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood. continue to


We Believe that all human beings are equal and should be treated as such. We srtongly condemn the subsequent denial of the Rights of the Oromo for self determination and the day to day worsening abuse of our individual and group rights. This crime began a century ago as the strogly Armed Abysinian King Menilik II, expanded to the south slaughthering thausends of those who resisted and those who were also not at all involved.


The situation for Oromo people never changed since the Colonization. Today the TPLF regime in Ethiopia, keeps unnumbered Oromo nationals in Prison, many flee thru dangerous routes abroad, farmers and indeginous people are forced to leave their, for centuries inherited, farm land and their only property "the fertile land" is sold to foreign investors, while they are left to starve and die.



To get a series and uptodate information about the human Rights situtation from Recongnised Human Rights Organisations please click on the picture


Die Situation der Oromo seit 2014


Auswärtiges Amt


Äthiopien: Reise- und Sicherheitshinweise


Stand 11.05.2014

(Unverändert gültig seit: 08.05.2014)


„Am 30.4. ist es in der Universitätsstadt Ambo (ca. 125 km westlich von Addis, Region Oromia) zu gewaltsamen Auseinandersetzungen zwischen Studenten und Ordnungskräften gekommen; die Ordnungskräfte setzten auch Schusswaffen ein. Ein Ende der Auseinandersetzungen ist derzeit nicht absehbar. Weiterhin kam es zu Studentenunruhen in den Städten Jimma, Haromaya und Wallagaa.


Vor Ort befindlichen deutschen Staatsbürgern wird geraten, sich vom Ort der Auseinandersetzung fern zu halten, Menschenansammlungen zu meiden und geschützte Bereiche aufzusuchen.“


Human Rights @ is your source of information which compiles and analyses the developement of Human Rights abuses in Oromia & Ethiopia under the Dictatorial and colonial TPLF regime.





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Semagn Kebede Debela


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