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ጂሃድ ከአክሱም እስከ ጀርመን | ሶማሌው ሦስት ንጹሐን ጀርመናውያንን በቢለዋ ወግቶ ገደላቸው

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 26, 2021

በደቡባዊ ጀርመን ቩርዝበርግ ከተማ ውስጥ ከስድስት ዓመታት በፊት ለጥገኝነት ወደ ጀርመን የገባው ሶማሌ ጎዳና ላይ ባደረሰው የቢላ ጥቃት ቢያንስ ሦስት ፫/3 ሰዎች ሲገደሉ ፭/5 ሰዎች ደግሞ ከባድ የአካል ጉዳት ደርሶባቸዋል። የባቫርያ ግዛት አስተዳዳሪ ወንጀሉን ፈጻሚው የ፳፬/ 24 ዓመቱ ሶማሊያዊ ስደተኛ እንደሆነ አስታውቀዋል።

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Up to 900,000 in Ethiopia’s Tigray Face Famine | This is What The Luciferians Want to See

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 26, 2021

👉 ገብርኤል 👉 ማርያም 👉 ኡራኤል 👉 ጊዮርጊስ 👉 ተክለ ሐይማኖት 👉 ዮሴፍ 👉 መድኃኔ ዓለም

❖ “የእግዚአብሔር መልአክ ገብርኤል በሚፈሩት ሰዎች ዙሪያ ይሰፍራል ፥ ያድናቸውማል”

💭 My Note: All of a sudden huge battle breaks out ? Where is Isaias Afewerki’s army? What’s going on?

Is the UN behind this evil Prime Minister and his genocidal war against Tigrayans? Is it part of the UN-Agenda 21- to control the world & “reduce” human population? Reducing the young population of Ethiopia via endless civil wars, the aging population via disease and famine? Are the UN & Co. Ready to intervene now their Nobel Peace Laureate is losing the battle? Do they want to come to his rescue?

It looks a though, all sides are working together to exterminate ancient Christians of Tigray.

They are all working together to exterminate ancient Christians of Tigray. We don’t trust anyone, except The Almighty Egziabher!

💭 Last week, the EU Envoy to Ethiopia, Finland Foreign Minster Pekka Haavisto told us everything:

“..when I met the Ethiopian Leadership😈 in February they used this kind of language, that they are going to destroy the Tigrayans, they are going to wipe out..”

The United States estimates that up to 900,000 people in Ethiopia’s Tigray region now face famine conditions amid a deadly conflict, even as the prime minister says there is “no hunger” there.

The hunger crisis in Tigray is the world’s worst in a decade, and the new famine findings are “terrifying,” the head of the U.S. Agency for International Development, Samantha Power, said Friday, adding that millions more people are at risk.

The new estimate more than doubles the warning issued earlier this month by the United Nations and aid groups that more than 350,000 people face famine conditions in Tigray.

Even as scattered reports emerge of people starving to death, the real number of people facing famine conditions is unknown because active fighting and access restrictions keep aid workers from reaching all parts of the region of 6 million people.

“Conditions will worsen in the coming months, particularly as Tigray enters the July-to-September lean season, unless humanitarian assistance reaches the populations most in need,” the new USAID analysis says.

This is forced starvation, Tigray residents and some observers have said. Witnesses have described being blocked by Ethiopian soldiers, backed by soldiers from neighboring Eritrea, from planting their fields or having their crops looted or burned since the conflict erupted in November.

Ethiopia’s government says it has delivered food aid to millions of people in Tigray even as its troops pursue the region’s former leaders after political tensions exploded into war.

But Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, the Nobel Peace Prize winner in 2019, in an interview aired this week with a state-affiliated network expressed concern that outside aid to Tigray might end up supporting the Tigray fighters, recalling a similar situation during Ethiopia’s devastating famine in the 1980s. Such a situation can’t happen again, he said.

“There is no hunger in Tigray,” the prime minister told the BBC this week.

“This is false,” Power’s tweet said Friday.

The new famine warning adds to pressure on Ethiopia’s government for a cease-fire, especially after an Ethiopian military airstrike this week on a busy market in Tigray killed at least 64 people and the aid group Doctors Without Borders on Friday said three staffers had been murdered in the region.

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Tigrayan Fighters Enter Addis Ababa | የትግራይ ተዋጊዎች አዲስ አበባ ገቡ

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 26, 2021

👉 ገብርኤል 👉 ማርያም 👉 ኡራኤል 👉 ጊዮርጊስ 👉 ተክለ ሐይማኖት 👉 ዮሴፍ 👉 መድኃኔ ዓለም

የእግዚአብሔር መልአክ ገብርኤል በሚፈሩት ሰዎች ዙሪያ ይሰፍራል ፥ ያድናቸውማል”

Addis Ababa – Tigrayan Rebel fighters consolidate their control of Addis Ababa after defeating Mengistu Haliemargovernment troops, 28 May 1991

Thirty years ago, I saw the rebels take Addis Ababa

I was the only foreign correspondent there, and it was the best day of my life

The evening before the assault on Addis Ababa, my guide Girmay and I ventured into a complex stuffed with bombs, bullets and missiles that must have been boobytrapped. A few minutes into taking photos, I heard detonations, and a bunker on the hill above us exploded. We dashed away as the rumbles and bangs behind us gathered in fury and then the earth burst in an eruption of fire, sending a mushroom cloud into the sky. As we ran, rockets and shells rained down on all sides, shrapnel and earth bursting in plumes. We took cover in a dry riverbed and I worked my way through a packet of cigarettes while the ground shook under the relentless explosions until dusk, when we raced madly across plowed fields until we reached safety.

I’m thinking about this now because it’s 30 years to the day since it happened. Girmay was a young Tigrayan rebel officer and I was a foreign correspondent. That night, together with our posse of guerrilla bodyguards, we joined a column of Russian-made rebel tanks thundering towards Addis, entering the city as dawn broke with gunfire and booms of heavy guns. When the column got held up in a traffic jam of blasting tanks I jumped down off our T-54 and asked a shopkeeper if I could use her phone. Finally, I was able to get a call through to my bureau chief, Jonathan Clayton, who was barricaded behind his Hilton hotel room door in town, but ready to take down reams of color copy.

Rolling into the city center with the din of battle all around, we glimpsed a crowd pulling down a giant statue of Lenin. Then our tank roared up to the palace, caterpillar tracks smashing down the iron gates, and everybody cheering with sheer Adrenalin and delight.

Girmay and I jumped down from the tank in clouds of diesel smoke, followed by our teenage bodyguards. Fighting in the palace grounds was still going on as we made our way past a cage inhabited by a starving lion and the latrines down which, we later discovered, the emaciated corpse of Emperor Haile Selassie had been stuffed during the communist revolution 16 years before. At last we found the dictator Mengistu’s inner sanctum. On the walls were pictures of Lenin and snaps of Mengistu and Fidel Castro together, grinning. There was a conference table and red leather chairs embossed with gold hammers and sickles. On the desk, a Lenin paperweight, a lighter inscribed by North Korea’s Kim Il-sung and Bob Marley’s Exodus LP. In the drawers, various drugs, condoms and the supreme leader’s business cards.

Later, I made my way to the Hilton. In the hotel bathroom, I saw myself in the mirror for the first time in weeks, and a sunken- cheeked, dirty, hair-covered face with staring eyes and parched lips looked back at me. On the road to Addis I had drafted my piece a thousand times in my head and now I had it in my grasp, as the only foreign correspondent to have accompanied a 100,000-strong guerrilla army during the capture of a city, I was tongue-tied, unable to write a word. Somehow I cranked it out and after that, Girmay and I went to buy half a cow’s carcass and fed it to that neglected and starving palace lion.

It was the best day of my life. I had traveled a thousand miles and seen two months of fighting in the deserts and stunning mountain landscapes of northern Ethiopia. The London Evening Standard splashed our story on the front page that night: ‘I SEE THE REBELS TAKE ADDIS ABABA — Reuters man rides in with tank convoy’.

Yeees, Dad, we’ve heard that story before,’ say my children when I go over it yet again. I am grateful to have been there to witness such events, even though after too many years of it one comes unstuck for a time. And I’m left for ever with my thoughts of Girmay, whose lovely country is now being destroyed by yet another conflict. And I remember my news colleagues, alive and dead. Just in our one Nairobi Reuters team over the years, we lost John, Dan, Hos, Anthony, Mo, Brian, Shafi and Victor. Then a few weeks ago Francis Gaitho, the engineer who used to make all our technology work so that we could flatten the opposition with scoops during the battle for Addis, went too. It had been too long since we had our last Tusker beer in Nairobi.

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My Note: Today, TDF should not repeat the same mistake they did back then. Enough is enough! Everything should be made in favor of Axumites – that good-for-nothing ‘Nations, Nationalities and Peoples’ ideological game is over. Take care of your people first – protect Tigrayan Ethiopians first. Now, Tigrayans should not allow the war criminal Abiy Ahmed Ali to escape like Mengistu. Until Tigrayans march towards Addis Ababa to overthrow the fascist Oromo regime of cruel Abiy Ahmed Ali, arrest his gangs who are involved in the #TigrayGenocide – there will be neither victory nor celebration. The spiritual, psychological and societal injuries and pains Tigrayans had to endure is immense! Tha Oromos and Amharas will repay the proceeds of their notorious and unforgettable Crimes.

ዛሬ ፣ የትግራይ አርበኞች ያኔ በደርግ ጊዜ ያደረጉትን ተመሳሳይ ስህተት መድገም የለባቸውም። አሁንስ በቃ! በቃ! ለአክሱማውያን ድጋፍ ሁሉም ነገር መደረግ አለበት ፥ ያ ለምንም የማይጠቅመውና ከንቱው፤ ‘የብሔሮች ፣ ብሔረሰቦችና ሕዝቦች’ የርዕዮተ ዓለም ጨዋታ ጊዜ አብቅቷል፡፡ መጀመሪያ ህዝባቸውን መንከባከብ አለባቸው ፥ መጀመሪያ ትግራዋይ ኢትዮጵያዊያንን ይጠብቁ፡፡ አሁን የትግራይ ተወላጆች የጦር ወንጀለኛው አብይ አህመድ አሊ እንደ መንግስቱ እንዲያመልጥ መፍቀድ የለባቸውም። የትግራይ ተወላጆች ጨካኝ የሆነውን የአብይ አህመድ አሊ ፋሺስታዊ የኦሮሞን አገዛዝ ለመጣል ወደ አዲስ አበባ አምርተው በትግራይ የዘር ማጥፋት ወንጀል ውስጥ የተሳተፉ ቡድኖቹን መያዝና ለፍርድ ማቅረብ አለባቸው፤ አልያ ድልም ሆነ በዓል አይኖርም። ትግራዋይያን መቋቋም የነበረባቸው መንፈሳዊ ፣ ስነልቦናዊ እና ህብረተሰብአዊ ጉዳቶች እና ህመሞች እጅግ በጣም ከባድ ናቸው። ኦሮሞዎች እና አማሮች ለሰሯቸው በጣም አሰቃቂ ግፎች እና የማይረሱ ወንጀሎቻቸው ከፍተኛ ዋጋ ይከፍሉ ዘንድ ግድ ነው

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