Hama Tuma

Hama Tuma, Ethiopian author, poet and journalist, has been active in the political and human rights struggle in Ethiopia and Africa since the sixties. His satirical essays under the general title of African Absurdities have gained support from many quarters. Some of his books (English and Amharic) have been translated to French, Italian and Hebrew.


Libya - France - United States - Saudi Arabia - International
As the Bob Dylan song goes, the times they are “achanging”. But, do the lowly tyrants and dictators of our world, or those Western powers who are bonded to their hypocrisy, double standards and greed, see eye to eye with good old Bob?


Experts and Gibberish in the Ethiopian, Egyptian, Tunisian, Libyan and Western context

What about farting to protest?

The tragedy of remaining a slave: The art of Black on Black hatred

Ethiopian PM Meles Zenawi speaks very good english

Of Gaddafi and Arab racism towards Blacks

Ethiopian asceticism from India: Could this be the way out?


Ethiopian government goes bankrupt: Could this be the way out?

Antique Dutch law for Somali pirates: Could this be the way out?

Return of the coup

Zenawi versus Zuma: ’Ze burlesque follies’ of Africa

The devil and Haiti

Africa’s Woes and Jokes

Of child soldiers and obscene systems

Africa in the European Union

A serious French identity crisis: Who do you think you are?

Will Castrating Tyrants Help?

Time to brand them all: AIDS, Tyrants, Talibans...

Africa: Begging 101

Laughter is the best medicine

ICC and Omar Bashir no friends of Ethiopia...

 
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