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Archive for August 31st, 2011

Libya: Black Africans Are Terrorized & Slaughtered, and The World Is Silent

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on August 31, 2011

Isn’t NATO which is intending to continue Libya mission ‘to protect civilians’ obliged to protect all civilians, including dark-skinned people?

Black Africans have been slaughtered in the thousands since the beginning of the civil war in Libya. First, the rebels branded these unarmed and harmless migrant workers as “Gaddafi’s mercenaries” and mass-murdered them; then Gaddafi’s loyalists identified them with the rebels and massacred them as they attempted to flee across the borders.

This intentional and carefully planned atrocity is continuing to this day, and all parts who are supporting the rebels, including NATO member states, are turning a blind eye to the targeting of black-skinned Africans.

In the mean time, the chairman of the African Union says Libyan rebels may be indiscriminately killing black people in Libya because they have confused innocent migrant workers with mercenaries.

Chairman Jean Ping told reporters Monday that this is one of the reasons the AU is refusing to recognize Libya’s rebel Transitional National Council as the country’s interim government.

He said “We need clarification because the TNC seems to confuse black people with mercenaries …. They are killing normal workers.”

Ping also said there was no doubt now the council controlled the capital city of Tripoli and called on both sides to “stop the killing.”

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Canada: Ethiopian Church Hit by Vandals

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on August 31, 2011

Board members of an Ethiopian Christian church in Hammonds Plains, N.S., met Tuesday night after the church’s sign was cut down and stolen by vandals.

The sign outside St. Gebriel Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church on Hammonds Plains Road had only been up for about six months when it was cut down with a chainsaw Monday night.


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