Horn of Africa Genocide Watch (HAGW) defends the rights of people in the Horn of Africa. It is dedicated to spotlighting inhumanity and genocide against voiceless societies in the Horn of Africa. There have been growing violent killings, evictions, and excruciating uprooting of helpless women and children in several parts of Ethiopia since the state was created. This has been a process that was developed in several stages. At each stage, millions of Ethnic Oromo, Qimant, Walayita, Ogadenia, Afar, Anyuwaq, Sidama and Konso nationals have been killed, maimed and evicted. The evolutionary process of this genocide has not been linear throughout the stages of development for the last 150 years.
The rise of vicious barbarity of state violence and genocide committed against several East African native society is a perilous inhumanity of the modern days. Particularly the majority nationals of Ethiopia, the Oromos have been the target of the tyrants of Ethiopia for more than a century and half. In addition, the Qimant nationals of the Amhara region, and several other minority natives of Ethiopia are experiencing similar agony of painful brutality of the nation’s autocrats for years. The lawlessness of the 21st century is a horrible legacy that international community, humanitarian institutions and all nations around the world must stand together to protect innocent lives.
The inhumane activities are partially narrated by a few foreign travelers and missionaries. Free and honest media are nonexistent, but the fictional state-owned media and the journalists are funded by the tyrants to portray theoretical humanity to mislead the world and even use the mock agents to mystify international donors towards funding the inexplicable cruelty that has never seen in the modern history. The sophisticated version of the old day genocide is still active against the majority Oromos and several minority natives of Ethiopia. However, the evidences related to mass