Famous scholar of historic Semitic Languages & Civilization and African/Ethiopian Languages and Religion and peace activist. He was the founder and initial teacher of Afro-American Research at Harvard School as well as the namesake from the Ephraim Isaac Award for Brilliance in African Research. He set up the random Tranquility Committee in 1989 in the wake of very much assault and bloodshed in his indigenous property. The committee was made to provide warring factions jointly to broker many bilateral contracts. He was created, raised, and informed in early stages in Ethiopia, hardly ever losing his interest for his delivery country. His initiatives for peace went concurrent with those of Ethiopian spiritual head Abune Paulos.