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Massive Explosions in Equatorial Guinea | በኢኳቶሪያል ጊኒ የባታ ከተማ በበርካታ ፍንዳታዎች ተመታች

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on March 7, 2021

የአከባቢው መገናኛ ብዙሃን ዘገባዎች ሆስፒታሎች ተጨናንቀዋል ፡፡ .. የጤና ጥበቃ ሚኒስቴር “በመቶዎች የሚቆጠሩ” ቆስሏል ብሏል፡፡ ፍንዳታዎቹ የወጡት ከወታደራዊ ሰፈር ውስጥ መሆኑን ዘገባዎች ያመለክታሉ

Multiple explosions rock Equatorial Guinea city of Bata; local media reports hospitals are overwhelmed. .. health ministry says “hundreds” injured. Reports say that the explosion came from inside a military barracks.

1.3 ሚሊየን ነዋሪዎች ያሏት የመካከለኛው አፍሪቃ ሃገር ኤኳቶሪያል ጊኒ የቀድሞዋ የስፔይን ቅኝ ሃገር ስትሆን እ..አ በ1996 .ም ከፍተኛ የነዳጅ ዘይትና የተፈጥሮ ጋዝ ኃብት ስለተገኘ ወደ ውጭ በመላክ ላይ ያለች፤ ነገር ግን ሕዝቧ በድህነት እንዲኖር የተደረገች ሃገር ናት። ዋና ከተማዋ ማሊቦ ስትሆን፤ አንጋፋ ከተማዋ ደግሞ ይህ ፍንዳታ የተከሰተበት “ባታ/Bata” ትባላለች። ባታ/BAta (BA)

👉 ባታ/ Bata (BA) (ሁዳዴ ጾም = ጾመ በአታ)

👉 በኦሃድ ቤንአሚ (BA)“ትግራይ የመከራ ደሴት” (ፍተህ መጽሔት)

💭 ከትናንትና ወዲያ የቀረበ ቪዲዮው፤

👉“የዋቄዮአላህአቴቴ ጂሃድ በአክሱም ጽዮን | ግራኝ ቀዳማዊ + ምኒልክ + ኃይለ ሥላስ + መንግስቱ + ግራኝ ዳግማዊ + ቤን አሚር”

ቀይ ሽብር” በተሰኘው ለዋቄዮአላህአቴቴ የደም ግብር መስጫው “አብዮታዊ” ዘመን ገዳዩ መንግስቱ ኃይለ ማርያም ልክ ይህን የቤን አሚሮች ጎራዴ ሲመዝ “አብዮት አህመድ አሊ የተባለው የግራኝ ዝርያ ያለበት አውሬ በአቴቴ መንፈስ በበሻሻ ተፈጠረ።

ከፃድቃኑ አባቶቻችን ጎን እንደ ሲ.ኤን.ኤን ያሉ ሜዲያዎች የአቴቴን እርኩስ መንፈስ በማጋለጡ ረገድ ትልቅ አስተዋጽኦ በማድረግ ላይ ናቸው። ቪዲዮው ላይ የቀረበችው የሲ.ኤን.ኤን የረጅም ጊዜ ዘጋቢ ቤኪ አንደርሰን ለብዙ ዓመታት ቃል አቀባይ ሆና የምትሰራበት ቦታ አቡ ዳቢ/ Abu Dhabi/ UAE ነው። ኤሚራቶች ደግሞ በአክሱም ጽዮን ላይ ብዙ ግፍ ያደረሱ የሦስቱ የመሀመድ ሴት አማልክት እርኩስ ግዛት ናቸው። https://edition.cnn.com/profiles/becky-anderson-profile

👉 ቤን አሚር / Ben Amir (BA)

👉 አብዮት በሻሻ / Abyot Beshasha (AB – BA)

👉 ቤኪ አንደርሰን / Becky Anderson (BA)

👉 አቡ ዳቢ/ Abu Dhabi (AB – BA)

British Airways (BA) / የብሪታኒያ አየር መንገድ *(የብሪታኒያ ንግሥት የኤልሳቤጥ ፪ኛ ቅድመ አያት ኢትዮጵያዊ ዝርያ እንዳለበት ይነገራል – የንግሥቲቱ ኢትዮጵያዊቷ ሴት አያቷ ለምጻም ነበረች ይባላል። አቴቴ?

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Starvation & Ethnic Cleansing Stalk Ethiopia | ረሃብ እና የዘር ማጽዳት ኢትዮጵያን አሳደዷት

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on March 7, 2021

👉 ረሃብ እና የዘር ማጽዳት ኢትዮጵያ አሳደዷት

በትግራይ ዙሪያ ያለው የመቻቻል ደረጃ እኔ እንዳየሁት ያህል እጅግ የከፋ ነው

The level of intolerance around Tigray is as extreme as anything I have seen

“Forgetful of the world, by whom they were forgotten,” wrote eminent 18th-century British historian Edward Gibbon of the “Aethiopians” as they “slept near a thousand years.” Ethiopia remains the only African country not colonised—its rugged mountainous terrain kept out intruders and helped to preserve one of Africa’s most unique cultures. The country is far more prominent on the global scene these days, in large part due to a terrible famine that seared images of its starving children into the world’s collective consciousness during the 1980s. But more recently, it has attracted attention due to its remarkable economic renaissance. The country was in the ascendant and its tourism industry was champing at the bit. A campaign was launched promoting Ethiopia as the Land of Origins—the cradle of humanity out of which the antecedents of modern humans set off from Africa around 185,000 years ago.

But the world’s tendency toward forgetfulness has re-emerged since Ethiopian Prime Minister Abby Ahmed ordered the military into Tigray, the country’s most northern region, last November. This move has plunged Ethiopia into deepening internecine conflict, ethnic cleansing, and starvation. It didn’t help that the world’s attention was transfixed by the US election and the ensuing controversy when Abby sent federal troops to the region in response to attacks by forces directed by the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF), the region’s dominant party, on federal military bases in Tigray.

Abby set aside his 2019 Nobel Peace Prize and dismissed the international community’s meagre protestations, and the conflict has now lasted more than 110 days, producing multiple allegations of massacres. Meanwhile, the COVID-19 pandemic and the management of its fallout has sapped the political energy and attentions of UK and US governments which have long been close partners of Ethiopia. This has included providing colossal amounts of foreign aid, which you’d have thought would give them some leverage with the Ethiopian government. But apparently not, as one horror story after another emerges from the region.

Reports of massacres of civilians (with machetes and knives), extrajudicial killings, and widespread looting and rape by troops (including the alleged use of gang rape and forced incestuous rape as a tool of psychological warfare), have been attended by reports of artillery strikes on populated areas, hospitals, churches, and mosques. More than two million people have been displaced within Tigray, and about 60,000 have fled into neighbouring Sudan. According to a UN report, an estimated 4.5 million Tigrayans—out of a population of around six million—currently need emergency food assistance, prompting fears of a return to those dreadful scenes from the 1980s. Tigray was the epicentre of the 1984 famine that led to the Live Aid concert—the region has never had it easy due to a combination of harsh climate and even harsher political machinations.

The Ethiopian government has attempted to maintain total control of the narrative by locking down the region and imposing a communications blackout. This has made it next to impossible for journalists and foreign agencies to access the region and evaluate the videos of brutal executions of civilians that have emerged (one of the more recent clips appears to show Ethiopian soldiers beating and murdering Tigrayans while a crowd of Amhara cheer). Alleged massacres have been given credence by international groups and Amnesty International, which just released a report about the killing of hundreds of civilians between November 28th–29th in the city of Axum by Eritrean troops, who have been supporting Ethiopia’s military.

Since the Ethiopia-Eritrea peace deal of 2018 that won Abby his Nobel prize—a decision that increasingly looks like satire—he has fostered particularly cordial relations with Eritrea’s authoritarian leader Isaias Afwerki. Isaias loathes the TPLF, blaming them for starting the devastating 1998–2000 war between the two countries in which the northern edge of Tigray constituted the front line. Eritrea used to be Ethiopia’s most northern region before a referendum officially gave it independence in 1993. The upshot has been that, on both sides of the border, many people share the same language—Tyiggrinya—as well as Orthodox religion, cultural traditions, and even familial connections. And as with any familial meltdown, powerful emotions and potential recriminations remain a grave threat.

On November 30th, as locals in Axum began burying civilians killed by Eritrean soldiers—many of them boys and men shot on the streets or during house-to-house raids—Abby addressed the Ethiopian Parliament and told its members that “not a single civilian” had been killed by the military during the Tigray offensive. A few media outlets commented on the stunning dishonesty of this claim, but not many. The tragedy unfolding in Tigray is compounded by how the fomenting of ethnic tensions across the country has been worsening for the last few years and obvious to anyone involved with Ethiopia. Ordinary Tigrayans are targeted due to their association with the TPLF, and the worst violence might have been averted had the significant international presence in Ethiopia not chosen, as usual, to look the other way for the sake of diplomatic expediency. The military offensive followed months of feuding between Abby’s government and the leaders of the TPLF and on the back of simmering tensions between the two sides. When Abby came to power in 2018, he launched a broadside of sweeping reforms that pushed the TPLF, which used to dominate Ethiopian politics, onto the side-lines.

In addition to COVID-19 discombobulating international efforts and responses, another problem for Tigray is that Ethiopia is not at the top of the new Biden administration’s foreign policy agenda. During Joe Biden’s big “America is back” foreign policy speech on February 4th at the Department of State, the promotion of L G B T Q rights on the international stage got a notable mention. And the disaster in Yemen was recognised at least, thank goodness. But nothing about Ethiopia, despite the close bonds between the countries. The US is Ethiopia’s largest partner in humanitarian assistance—the UK is not far behind—and has contributed greatly to Ethiopia becoming a talisman for development and hope on the international stage. All that could be jeopardized as Tigray comes apart at the seams, possibly taking Ethiopia with it, and maybe even the Horn of Africa, as the ripple effects spread outward.

In addition to the conflict drawing in Eritrea, the Ethiopian military has reportedly used drones from the United Arab Emirates, which along with Saudi Arabia is involved in a power struggle between other Middle Eastern countries over the Horn of Africa. Leaving aside the tragedy within Tigray’s regional borders, it’s the sort of tense, potentially escalatory situation that foreign diplomatic corps should be all over. It threatens the hard-won stability in a region prone to volatility and the harbouring of terrorist groups.

But the UK and US governments are still entangled in domestic travails. Even before COVID-19 arrived to tie up the hands of Westminster’s and Washington’s finest, from what I saw during my time in Ethiopia, its wily politicians were already running rings round foreign diplomats. The Ethiopian government took foreign countries’ money, politely listened to their embassies expressing concerns about this or that human rights travesty, and then cracked on regardless. The added distraction caused by the pandemic perhaps explains how Abby had the audacity to respond to initial calls for peace by telling everyone to stay out of Ethiopia’s affairs. Abby continues to act like a man confident that foreign governments will have too much on their plates to interfere. The TPLF leadership has issued conditions for talks about a peaceful settlement to occur. But everything indicates Abby is in no mood to compromise.

“The level of intolerance around Tigray is as extreme as anything I have seen,” said one long-term commentator on Ethiopia who recently visited the country after working there for nearly a decade. He added that Abby is displaying “classic dictatorial tendencies.” Abby knows that donor countries such as the UK and US—like all other nations who collectively make vast donations to Ethiopia—are in a bind. Withholding money now will only worsen the mushrooming humanitarian crisis, a detail not lost on Abby and previous Ethiopian leaders as they game the international community and its liberal doctrines, while pursuing their own ruthless agendas.

A recent article in the Spectator about Tigray drew comparisons with Rwanda. When I reported in 2018 on social media users stoking ethnic violence in Ethiopia, I suggested that social media was playing a similar role to the Radio Télévision Libre des Mille Collines broadcasts that spread much of the toxic hatred and disinformation that fuelled Rwanda’s 1994 genocide. At the time, I wavered about making the comparison to one of the international community’s most terrible and avoidable failures for fear of being alarmist. The worsening situation in Tigray is not yet on the scale of Rwanda. But just where and when should you draw the line?

It can be said with confidence, however, that Tigray involves a standoff in which the opposing sides both possess troops and militia hardened by years of wars and border skirmishes, who are not prone to worrying about the Geneva Convention or rules of engagement. The combustible ethnic element—over which the dark shadow of Rwanda especially hangs—lies at the heart of the ideological clash between Abby and the TPLF, who are at odds over the role ethnicity should play in the country’s current ethnically based federal system. In addition to their ruthless rule, the TPLF grew to be loathed during more than two decades in power because Tigrayans constitute such a small proportion of Ethiopia’s vast 110 million population. The country also includes much larger ethnic groups of the Oromo—numbering around 35 million, and to which Abby belongs—and the Amhara, numbering around 27 million.

It increasingly appears that the conflict is being used by irregular and undeclared militias, which have joined Abby’s campaign in the hope of settling perceived historical scores and ethnic grievances. According to an internal United States government report recently obtained by the New York Times, Ethiopian officials and allied militia fighters are leading a systematic campaign of ethnic cleansing in Tigray. The Times says the report, written in February, documents “a land of looted houses and deserted villages where tens of thousands of people are unaccounted for.” The report describes how fighters and officials from the neighbouring region of Amhara—that has a long and bitter rivalry with Tigray—are “deliberately and efficiently rendering Western Tigray ethnically homogeneous through the organized use of force and intimidation. Whole villages were severely damaged or completely erased.” (The Amhara Association of America, a US-based advocacy organization representing Ethiopia’s second-largest ethnic group, has suggested that the report was in fact a leaked memo offering only general impressions of the situation. The Association claims the Times article paints an exaggerated and unsubstantiated picture of systematic ethnic cleansing.)

Some commentators are saying it is time for the UN Security Council to weigh in. But where will that lead? As a veteran of Iraq and Afghanistan and their terrible fallouts, I instinctively balk at most forms of direct intervention these days. That reflex is shared by much of the international community and has sapped the appetite for the responsibility to protect. It’s an understandable reaction, given how hard achieving successful intervention overseas has proven to be. But there is an equal danger in overdoing prudent restraint and not speaking truth to slaughter. As Rwanda illustrated, genocide can come from deep within the folds of those rugged mountains that once protected Ethiopians.

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👉 Selected Comments:

This is bad news from Ethiopia. Since 2004 Ethiopia has been one of Africa’s success stories. According to the World Bank, GDP growth has ranged from 13.6% to 6.8%. In 2003 GDP per capita was $119.49 and by 2019 it had climbed to $855.76. It’s not just the direct consequences of war and violence through civil unrest which cause humanitarian crises. By 2019, starvation and much of the disease which comes along with it, was confined to war zones and areas too disrupted for aid workers and convoys to safely enter.

God help the Ethiopians and all the starving people of the world. This problem has existed since pre-Biblical times and is something of a Gordian Knot. A hundred years from now the media will still be reporting on this.

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የደቡብ አፍሪቃው ሊቀ-ጳጳስ ስለ ጽዮን ዝም አላሉም | ግን የኛዎቹ በሰው ፊት ከፈሩ በእግዚአብሔር ፊት ምን ያህል ማፈር ይኖርባቸው ይሆን?

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on March 7, 2021

ደቡብ አፍሪቃዊው የአንግሊካን ቤተ ክርስቲያን ሊቀ-ጳጳስ ታቦ ማክጎባ በኢትዮጵያ ‘የሰብአዊ አደጋን’ ለማስቆም እርምጃ እንዲወሰድ ጥሪ አቀረቡ፡፡

Archbishop Thabo Makgoba calls for action to stop ‘humanitarian catastrophe’ in Ethiopia.

❖❖❖[ወደ ኤፌሶን ሰዎች ምዕራፍ ፭፥፲፩፡፲፫]❖❖❖

ፍሬም ከሌለው ከጨለማ ሥራ ጋር አትተባበሩ፥ ይልቁን ግለጡት እንጂ፥

እነርሱ በስውር ስለሚያደርጉት መናገር እንኳ ነውር ነውና፤

ሁሉ ግን በብርሃን ሲገለጥ ይታያል፤ የሚታየው ሁሉ ብርሃን ነውና።”

❖❖❖[ትንቢተ ሕዝቅኤል ምዕራፍ ፫፥፲፰፡፲፱]❖❖❖

እኔ ኃጢአተኛውን። በእርግጥ ትሞታለህ ባልሁት ጊዜ፥ አንተም ባታስጠነቅቀው ነፍሱም እንድትድን ከክፉ መንገዱ ይመለስ ዘንድ ለኃጢአተኛው አስጠንቅቀህ ባትነግረው፥ ያ ኃጢአተኛ በኃጢአት ይሞታል፤ ደሙን ግን ከእጅህ እፈልጋለሁ።

ነገር ግን አንተ ኃጢአተኛውን ብታስጠነቅቅ እርሱም ከኃጢአቱና ከክፉ መንገዱ ባይመለስ፥ በኃጢአቱ ይሞታል፥ አንተ ግን ነፍስህን አድነሃል።”

❖“ትንፋሽ የሌለው ሰው የሞተ እንደሆነ ሁሉ፣ የማትናገር ቤተክርስቲያንም የሞተች ነች” – አባ መዓዛ ክርስቶስ በየነ

***UPDATE***

የእግዚአብሔር መልአክ በዕለተ ሰንበት ሰማኝ ማለት ነው፤ የደቡብ አፍሪቃው ሊቀ-ጳጳስ ታቦ ማክጎባ አመረሩ፤ ከደቂቃዎች በፊት የወጣ መረጃ

👉 “ፕሪቶሪያም ሆኑ የአፍሪካ ህብረት (AU) በአዲስ አበባ በአብዛኛው በትግራይ ደም አፋሳሽ ግጭት አይናቸውን በመሸፈናቸው ፣ የኬፕታውን አንግሊካን ሊቀ ጳጳስ ታቦ ማክጎባ ሌላ ሩዋንዳን የመሰለ የዘር ፍጅት ለመከላከል እርምጃ እየጠየቁ ናቸው፡፡”

❖ ዋው! ለዚህ እኮ ነው “የጽዮን ማርያም ስዕል ያለበትን የጽዮን ሰንደቅ ብንይዝ 1000% እርግጠኛ ነኝ ዛሬ በአክሱም ጽዮን ላይ ከባድ ግፍ በመፈጸም ላይ ያሉት የዋቄዮአላህአቴቴ ወራሪዎች በአንድ ቀን እንደ በረዶ ቀልጠው በጠፉ ነበር” የምለው።

Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town intervenes to prevent Rwanda-like genocide in Ethiopia

With both Pretoria and the African Union (AU) in Addis Ababa largely turning a blind eye to the bloody conflict in Tigray, Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town Thabo Makgoba has taken up the cudgels, demanding action to prevent another Rwanda-like genocide.

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ወንድም ወንድሙን አያድንም ፥ ሰውም አያድንም፤ ቤዛውን ለእግዚአብሔር አይሰጥም ፥ ሰው እንደሚጠፉ እንስሶች መሰለ

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on March 7, 2021

❖❖❖ በምዕራብ ትግራይ በወንድሞቻቸው አቤላውያን ላይ ከባድ ግፍ በመፈጸም ላይ ላሉትና ከአህዛብ ጋር ለተደመሩት አማራ ቃኤላውያን፤ ወዮላችሁ! የአቤል ደም እየጮኸ ነው!፦

👉 ወንድም ወንድሙን አያድንም፥ ሰውም አያድንም፤ ቤዛውን ለእግዚአብሔር አይሰጥም፥ ለዘላለም እንዲኖር፥ ጥፋትንም እንዳያይ፤ የነፍሳቸው ለውጥ ከብሮአልና፥ ለዘላለምም ቀርቶአልና። በልባቸውም ቤታቸው ለዘላለም የሚኖር፥ ማደሪያቸውም ለልጆች ልጅ የሚሆን ይመስላቸዋል፤ በየአገራቸውም ስማቸው ይጠራል። ሰው ግን ክቡር ሆኖ ሳለ አያውቅም፤ እንደሚጠፉ እንስሶች መሰለ። ይህች መንገዳቸው መሰናክላቸው ናት፥ ከእነርሱም በኋላ የሚመጡ በአፋቸው እሺ ይላሉ

[መዝሙረ ዳዊት ምዕራፍ ፵፱]

፩ አሕዛብ ሁላችሁ፥ ይህን ስሙ፤ በዓለም የምትኖሩትም ሁላችሁ፥ አድምጡ፤

፪ ዝቅተኞችና ከፍተኞች፥ ባለጠጎችና ድሆች በአንድነት።

፫ አፌ ጥበብን ይናገራል፥ የልቤም አሳብ ማስተዋልን።

፬ ጆሮዬን ወደ ምሳሌ አዘነብላለሁ፥ በበገናም ምሥጢሬን እገልጣለሁ።

፭ ኃጢአት ተረከዜን በከበበኝ ጊዜ በክፉ ቀን ለምን እፈራለሁ?

፮ በኃይላቸው የሚታመኑ፥ በባለጠግነታቸውም ብዛት የሚመኩ፤

፯ ወንድም ወንድሙን አያድንም፥ ሰውም አያድንም፤ ቤዛውን ለእግዚአብሔር አይሰጥም፥

፰-፱ ለዘላለም እንዲኖር፥ ጥፋትንም እንዳያይ፤ የነፍሳቸው ለውጥ ከብሮአልና፥ ለዘላለምም ቀርቶአልና።

፲ ብልሃተኞች እንዲሞቱ፥ ሰነፎችችና ደንቆሮች በአንድነት እንዲጠፉ፥ ገንዘባቸውንም ለሌሎች እንዲተዉ አይቶአል።

፲፩ በልባቸውም ቤታቸው ለዘላለም የሚኖር፥ ማደሪያቸውም ለልጆች ልጅ የሚሆን ይመስላቸዋል፤ በየአገራቸውም ስማቸው ይጠራል።

፲፪ ሰው ግን ክቡር ሆኖ ሳለ አያውቅም፤ እንደሚጠፉ እንስሶች መሰለ።

፲፫ ይህች መንገዳቸው መሰናክላቸው ናት፥ ከእነርሱም በኋላ የሚመጡ በአፋቸው እሺ ይላሉ።

፲፬ እንደ በጎች ወደ ሲኦል የሚሄዱ ናቸው፥ እረኛቸውም ሞት ነው፤ ቅኖችንም በማለዳ ይገዙአቸዋል፥ ውበታቸውም ከመኖሪያቸው ተለይታ በሲኦል ታረጃለች።

፲፭ ነገር ግን እግዚአብሔር ይቀበለኛልና ነፍሴን ከሲኦል እጅ ይቤዣታል።

፲፮ የሰው ባለጠግነት የቤቱም ክብር በበዛ ጊዜ አትፍራ፥

፲፯ በሞተ ጊዜ ከእርሱ ጋር ምንም አይወስድምና፥ ክብሩም ከእርሱ በኋላ አይወርድምና።

፲፰ በሕይወቱ ሳለ ነፍሱን ባርኮአልና ለሰውነቱ መልካም ብታደርግለት ያመሰግንሃል።

፲፱ ሆኖም ወደ አባቶቹ ትውልድ ይወርዳል፤ ለዘላለም ብርሃንን አያይም።

፳ አእምሮ የሌለው ክቡር ሰው እንደሚጠፋ እንስሶች መሰለ።

[መዝሙረ ዳዊት ምዕራፍ ፵፯]

፩ እግዚአብሔር ትልቅ ነው፤ በአምላካችን ከተማ በተቀደሰ ተራራ ምስጋናው ብዙ ነው።

፪ በሰሜን ወገን በመልካም ስፍራ የቆመ የምድር ሁሉ ደስታ የጽዮን ተራራ ነው፤ እርሱም የትልቁ ንጉሥ ከተማ ነው።

፫ እግዚአብሔር በአዳራሾችዋ መጠጊያ ሆኖ ይታወቃል።

፬ እነሆ፥ ነገሥታት ተከማችተው በአንድነት መጥተዋል።

፭ እነርሱስ አይተው ተደነቁ፥ ደነገጡ፥ ታወኩ።

፮ መንቀጥቀጥ እንደ ወላድ ምጥ በዚያ ያዛቸው።

፯ በኃይለኛ ነፋስ የተርሴስን መርከቦች ትሰብራለህ።

፰ እንደ ሰማን እንዲሁ አየን በሠራዊት ጌታ ከተማ፥ በአምላካችን ከተማ፤ እግዚአብሔር ለዘላለም ያጸናታል።

፱ አምላክ ሆይ፥ በሕዝብህ መካከል ምሕረትህን ተቀበልን።

፲ አምላክ ሆይ፥ እንደ ስምህ እንዲሁም እስከ ምድር ዳርቻ ድረስ ምስጋናህ ነው፤ ቀኝህ ጽድቅን የተሞላች ናት።

፲፩ አቤቱ፥ ስለ ፍርድህ የጽዮን ተራራ ደስ ይበለው፥ የአይሁድም ሴት ልጆች ሐሤት ያድርጉ።

፲፪ ጽዮንን ክበቡአት፥ በዙሪያዋም ተመላለሱ፥ ግንቦችዋንም ቍጠሩ፤

፲፫ በብርታትዋ ልባችሁን አኑሩ፤ አዳራሽዋን አስቡ፤ ለሚመጣው ትውልድ ትነግሩ ዘንድ።

፲፬ ለዓለምና ለዘላለም ይህ አምላካችን ነው፥ እርሱም ለዘላለም ይመራናል።

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