American Chronicle | International Women´s Day in Africa: Ogadeni Women Lead the Struggle for National Independence

There is a part of Africa where the International Women´s Day had a very special meaning. This is Ogaden, Somalia´s western province that has been illegally occupied by the British colonials who at a later date (early 1950s) transferred their authority to the anti-African, racist state of Abyssinia (fake Ethiopia).The role the Ogadeni women in the struggle for national liberation from the barbaric control of the Amhara and Tigray Monophysitic (Tewahedo) Abyssinians proved to be critically important

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