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Ok, back to you. Saleh brought an interesting perspective to the discussion.
He said the claim to Habesha could be out of race or culture. In this case, Tigre could get a bit of space in the racial claim, but on the cultural aspect, it is out of luck. Selam Mahmuday, thanks for the explanation. Though there are many cultural differences, there are also many similarities between the two.
Otherwise, settle for whatever you have. Not even an honorary membership? My friend Belachew is across the street. Saleh Johar Hi Mahmouday, You can enjoy anything and be anything you like. I like Bryant rice and nan bread yet I am not Indian. I could tell you tons of jokes to make what I am saying easily understood.
Saleh Johar Hi Abraham, I tried to simplify it but it seems it is complicated based on your comment. If the Tigre were part of the Habesha polity at a given time and now do not feel they are Habesha, then they are not. I know the connection of Habab, Betjuk, and other social groups with Habesha, but that is a fluid identity.
Can you tell me more about those non-Tigrinya speaking groups who identify themselves as Habesha? If you mean language and accent differences, you find it within smaller regions: The same applies to all Tigrinya language regardless of were it is spoken…there are noticeable differences in Eritrean Tigrinya as well.
Please do not go to Kushite, Semite etc for our discussion. Please limit the discussion to the Habesha that we embrace and know about. Otherwise, it become a scholarly debate, which is boring.
But I now understand that many changes might have taken place through the centuries, and many tribes might have arrived in our area at a later time than others.
Also, consider that children who grow outside the Habesha habitat would not have a clue about the criteria. Are my children Habesha?
Though I raised them like Habesha. Most avoid the cultural hot potate that Mahmouday explained. As you know, in the mind of many non-Tigrinya speakers, Hebeshtay came to be a description of a Tigrinya speaking Christian person… the rest you know it.
Believe me I come from that hot potatoe culture I know enough about the popular psyche. On behalf of Eyob Medhane, who is absent without leave, I would like to make his arguments: Your habesha-identifiers appear to apply only to its historic home: Eritrean highlands and Tigray and Amharic-speakers.
It exclusives people like the Harar who swear they are Habesha according to him as well as the Gurage again, according to Eyob. Of course some of us Asmarino have transcended habesha identity:Southern Ethiopia - Fascinating Tribal Cultures Southern Ethiopia is not very well known, but is the home of the most diverse and fascinating peoples of the country.
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