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Drone Jihad Against Christian Ethiopia | Iranian Mohajer-6 Drones Spotted In Ethiopia

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on August 11, 2021

መዝሙር ፹፫/83 /ሕዝቅኤል ፴፰/38 ትንቢቶች

የድሮን ጂሃድ በክርስቲያን ኢትዮጵያ ላይ ፥ የኢራን ድሮኖች በኢትዮጵያ ታይተዋል

💭 My Note:

End Time Revelation: The end times are unfolding before our very eyes.The Ezekiel 38/Psalm 83 Prophecies: Russia, Iran and Muslim Nations against spiritual Israel which is Christianity – Orthodox Christianity.

A sudden violent outbreak of civil war in Ethiopia’s northern Tieggrai region has thrown the nation into turmoil. After years of uneasy peace with its northern neighbour, Ethiopia suddenly finds itself at war with an unexpected foe equipped with the very same armament it stockpiled in preparation for a conventional war with Eritrea. With the Tieggrai People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) making steady gains and government forces seemingly unable to stem the tide, the country is now frantically looking for anything to change its fortunes. In so doing, it has found support in more than one unlikely ally of opportunity. Most recently, it appears Ethiopia has managed to secure a hasty contract with Iran for the delivery of a number of Mohajer-6 unmanned combat aerial vehicles (UCAVs).

The apparent delivery of Iranian UCAVs to Ethiopia is highly notable, as the country also maintains a close relationship with Israel and is a frequent importer of Israeli armament and other military services such as training. In fact, Ethiopia’s inventory of unmanned aerial vehicles previously consisted almost entirely of Israeli systems like the Aerostar UAS and WanderB mini-UAS. [1] The current service status of these UAVs is unclear however, and the fact that none of these can be armed likely caused Ethiopia to look for other sources for the acquisitions of UCAVs. Contrary to popular expectations, this source appears to have been Iran rather than Turkey or China.

After seemingly having arrived at Ethiopia’s Semara airport in north-eastern Ethiopia on the 1st of August, the drones’ Ground Control Station (GCS) was then pictured as prime minister Abby Ahmed visited the base not more than two days later. [2] [3] Satellite imagery revealed that at least two UAVs and an associated GCS were delivered, potentially for evaluation before making a larger purchase. [4] Alternatively, the small numbers seen so far could be the result of the short notice on which the delivery has taken place and the relatively small numbers of Mohajer-6 UAVs readily available. Of course, the possibility remains that more UAVs have already been delivered, but that they have simply been distributed over several airbases.

Identification of the UAVs in question posed something of a challenge. Though initial reports suggested the Chinese Harrier Hawk II Air Sniper (Yaoying II) or the Wing Loong II, potentially the same examples that have been deployed in neighbouring Eritrea by the UAE, the dimensions and distinctive shape of the drone on satellite imagery significantly narrowed the field and decisively eliminated this possibility. Complicating matters however, is the fact that no usable ground imagery is as of yet available, and the market of possible providers has become wide and diverse. Though the satellite imagery confirms the Mohajer-6 to be a very likely candidate, the identifying factor thus became the associated GCS, which was imaged more clearly.

Externally, the vehicle forms a clear (if not exact, presumably due to iterative improvements) match to other Iranian GCS both in its layout and its antenna set. Its mobility stems from a distinctively coloured Mercedes-Benz truck, staple of the Iranian military, and two doors each leading to their own separate control rooms are also a familiar sight. Externally, the distinctive white antenna featured on all Iranian GCS is perhaps the most significant point of recognition, with the communications dish apparently of a new type.

Inside, the Iranian origin of the vehicle becomes even more obvious. One screen appears to show the view from one of the drone’s FLIR cameras, and the layout and precise display of the information is nearly identical to that known from modern Iranian UAVs. Two indicators showing the orientation of the vehicle are a particularly unmistakable match.

What is more, LCD screens are placed in control pannels that feature the same buttons and dials known from Iranian footage of the Mohajer-6’s GCS. Though the computer screens might seem somewhat different because of their thick housing in the image below, other Iranian GCS in fact feature that very same housing. Even the rather stunning fact that the computers appear to run Windows 7 is a clue pointing in the direction of Iran, which is known have similarly used Windows XP in the Mohajer-4’s GCS computers.

Though the clear parallels with Iranian technology rule out various countries that have been suggested as suppliers, one might note that some Iranian drone technology was developed from Chinese drones, thus leaving the Chinese as a possibility. While many of the facts (including the desert camoed Mercedes truck) point in another direction, perhaps the most decisive reasons why this option is eliminated are because from what is known of Chinese GCS they are actually arranged quite differently, and in fact no Chinese drone matches both the dimensions and shape of the satellite imagery of the UAVs in question.

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💭 Ethiopia | The Luciferians Want War & The Ezekiel 38/Psalm 83 Prophecies Fulfilled

☆ ሉሲፈራውያኑ የመዝሙር ፹፫/83 /ሕዝቅኤል ፴፰/38 ትንቢቶች ቶሎ ይሟሉ ዘንድ ሁኔታዎችን በጥድፊያ በመግፋት ላይ ናቸው፤ በተለይ በኢትዮጵያ።

ኤዶማውያኑ እና እስማኤላውያን ጦርነት ይሻሉ። ለዚህ ደግሞ የዋቄዮ-አላህ ልጆች ጥሩ እረዳቶች ሆነው አግኝተዋቸዋል። ጂኒዋን አቴቴ አበቤን ዛሬ በአዲስ አበባ አየናት፤ በአረብኛ የተጻፉ መፈክሮች ተውለበለቡ፣ የክርስቶስ ተቃዋሚ አገር መሪ ኤርዶጋንን ምስሎች ከሩሲያው እና ቻይናው መሪዎች ምስሎች ጎን በሃገረ ኢትዮጵያ ለማሳየት ደፈሩ፣ ልክ በእስማኤላውያን ዓለም በተደጋጋሚ እንደምናየው የአሜሪካ ባንዲራ እንዲቃጠል ተደረገ፤። ፍልስጤማውያኑ እና ደጋፊዎቻቸው የአሜሪካን ባንዲራ ያቃጥላሉ፣ የሙአመር ጋዳፊ፣ የሳዳም ሁሴን እና የኢራን አያቶላዎች ደጋፊዎች የአሜሪካን ባንዲራ ያቃጥላሉ። በኦሮሞው ደርግ አገዛዝ ዘመን የነበረው የፀረ-አሜሪካ ዘመቻ ዛሬ ከሰላሳ ዓመታት በኋል በኦሮሞው ግራኝ አብዮት አህመድ ዘመን ለመጀመሪያ ጊዜ ተደገመ። ዋው! በኢትዮጵያ ኢትዮጵያን (ትግራይን + ኤርትራን) አጥፍተው ኩሽን(እስላማዊት ኦሮሚያ)ከመሠረቱ በኋላ ኩሽ ከሩሲያ እና እስማኤላውያኑ ዓለም ጋር አጋር እና በአርማጌዶኑ ተሳታፊ ሆና የመዝሙር ፹፫/83 /ሕዝቅኤል ፴፰/38 ትንቢቶች ቶሎ ይሟላል ማለት ነው። ይህን የፕሮቴስታንቱ መናፍቃን ዓለም እና የመሀመዳውያኑ አህዛብ ዓለም በጣምና እጅግ በጣም ይመኙታል።

ከጽላተ ሙሴ ጋር ትልቅ ጉዳይ ስላላቸው፤ በትግራይ እና ቤተ እስራኤል ደም ውስጥ ይገኛል የሚል እምነት ስላላቸው በትግራይ ላይ ከፍተኛ ትኩረት አላቸው። ቤተ እስራኤላውያንን ወደ እስራኤል መውሰድ የጀመሩትና ዛሬም የትግራይ ስደተኞች በሚገኙባቸው የሱዳን የስደተኛ ካምፖች ውስጥ ተጠናክረው ለመሥራት የሚሹትም ለዚህ ይመስላል። እስራኤልም እስራኤል ዘ-ስጋ መሆኗን እና በእስራኤል ዘ-ነፍስ (በኢትዮጵያ) ላይ በጣም ጥገኛ እንደሆነች እንገንዘብ።

💭 ዛሬ በአዲስ አበባ እና የዋቄዮ-አላህ ልጆች በሰፈሩባቸው የኦሮሚያ ከተሞች የታየው ይህ ነው።

የግብጽ ባንዲራ ቀለማት + አረብኛ ጽሑፍ + የክርስቶስ ተቃዋሚ ቱርክ መሬ ኤርዶጋን

ምስል ከሉሲፈር ፔንታግራም ኮከብ ጋር። ከዚህ የበለጠ ምን ማስረጃ ይኖራል? አዎ! ለትክክለኛዋ ኢትዮጵያ፤ እግዚአብሔር ለሚያውቃት ኢትዮጵያ የስልጣኔ እና ክርስትና እምነት መሠረት የሆነችውን ትግራይን እየጨፈጨፏት ያሉት እነዚህን የመዝሙር ፹፫/83 /ሕዝቅኤል ፴፰/38 ትንቢቶች በጥድፊያ የማሟላት ፍላጎት ስላላቸው ነው። ለዚህም ነው ለትግራይ ኢትዮጵያውያን ያልቆመ፣ ድምጹን ያላሰማ፣ ያላለቀሰና ጦርነቱ እንዲቆም ያልታገለ “አህዛብ” ነው የምለው።

👉 አዎ! በትግራይ ላይ፣ በአክሱም ጽዮን ተራሮች ላይ ያመጸ ሁሉ ከክርስቶስ ተቃዋሚ ጎን ሆኖ የክርስቶስን ልጆች የሚጠላ፣ የሚያሳድድና የሚዋጋ እራሱን ለገሃነም እሳት አሳልፎ የሚሰጥ ከንቱ አህዛብ ብቻ ነው። ስለዚህ የእግዚአብሔር ቃል እንዲህ ይለናልና ይወቁት፤

“በተራሮቼም ሁሉ በእርሱ ላይ ሰይፍን እጠራለሁ፥ የሰውም ሁሉ ሰይፍ በወንድሙ ላይ ይሆናል፥ ይላል ጌታ እግዚአብሔር። በቸነፈርና በደም እፈርድበታለሁ፤ ዶፍም የበረዶም ድንጋይ እሳትና ድኝም በእርሱና በጭፍሮቹ ከእርሱም ጋር ባሉ በብዙ ሕዝብ ላይ አዘንባለሁ። ታላቅ እሆናለሁ እቀደስማለሁ በብዙ አሕዛብም ዓይን የታወቅሁ እሆናለሁ፤ እኔም እግዚአብሔር እንደ ሆንሁ ያውቃሉ።”

✝✝✝[መዝሙረ ዳዊት ምዕራፍ ፹፫]✝✝✝

፩ አቤቱ፥ እንደ አንተ ማን ነው? አቤቱ፥ ዝም አትበል፥ ቸልም አትበል።

፪ እነሆ፥ ጠላቶችህ ጮኽዋልና፥ የሚጠሉህም ራሳቸውን አንሥተዋልና።

፫ ሕዝብህን በምክር ሸነገሉአቸው፥ በቅዱሳንህም ላይ ተማከሩ።

፬ ኑ ከሕዝብ እናጥፋቸው፥ ደግሞም የእስራኤል ስም አይታሰብ አሉ።

፭ አንድ ሆነው በአንተ ላይ ተማከሩ፤ በአንተ ላይ ቃል ኪዳን አደረጉ፤

፮ የኤዶማውያን ድንኳኖች እስማኤላውያንም፥ ሞዓብም አጋራውያንም፥

፯ ጌባል አሞንም አማሌቅም፥ ፍልስጥኤማውያንም ከጢሮስ ሰዎች ጋር፤

፰ አሦርም ከእነርሱ ጋር ተባበረ፥ ለሎጥ ልጆችም ረዳት ሆኑአቸው።

፱ እንደ ምድያምና እንደ ሲሣራ፥ በቂሶንም ወንዝ እንደ ኢያቢስ አድርግባቸው።

፲ በዓይንዶር ጠፉ፥ እንደ ምድርም ጕድፍ ሆኑ።

፲፩ አለቆቻቸውን እንደ ሔሬብና እንደ ዜብ፥ ታላላቆቻቸውንም እንደ ዛብሄልና እንደ ስልማና አድርጋቸው።

፲፪ የእግዚአብሔርን መሠዊያ እንወርሳለን የሚሉትን።

፲፫ አምላኬ ሆይ፥ እንደ ትቢያ በነፋስ ፊትም እንደ ገለባ አድርጋቸው።

፲፬ እሳት ዱርን እንደሚያቃጥል፥ ነበልባልም ተራሮች እንደሚያነድድ፥

፲፭ እንዲሁ በቍጣህ አሳድዳቸው፥ በመቅሠፍትህም አስደንግጣቸው።

፲፮ ፊታቸውን እፍረት ሙላው፥ አቤቱ፥ ስምህንም ይፈልጋሉ።

፲፯ ይፈሩ ለዘላለሙም ይታወኩ፤ ይጐስቍሉ ይጥፉም።

፲፰ ስምህም እግዚአብሔር እንደ ሆነ፥ በምድር ሁሉ ላይም አንተ ብቻ ልዑል እንደ ሆንህ ይወቁ።

✝✝✝[ትንቢተ ሕዝቅኤል ምዕራፍ ፴፰]✝✝✝

፩ የእግዚአብሔርም ቃል ወደ እኔ እንዲህ ሲል መጣ።

፪ የሰው ልጅ ሆይ፥ ፊትህን በጎግ ላይና በማጎግ ምድር ላይ፥ በሞሳሕና በቶቤል ዋነኛ አለቃ ላይ አቅናበት፥ ትንቢትም ተናገርበት፥

፫ እንዲህም በል። ጌታ እግዚአብሔር እንዲህ ይላል። የሞሳሕና የቶቢል ዋነኛ አለቃ ጎግ ሆይ፥ እነሆ፥ እኔ በአንተ ላይ ነኝ።

፬ እመልስህማለሁ በመንጋጋህም ልጓም አገባብሃለሁ፥ አንተንና ሠራዊትህንም ሁሉ፥ ፈረሶችንና ፈረሰኞችን የጦር ልብስ የለበሱትን ሁሉ፥ ጋሻና ራስ ቍርን ሰይፍንም ያያዙትን ሁሉ፥ ታላቁን ወገን አወጣለሁ፥

፭ ፋርስንና ኢትዮጵያን ፉጥንም ከእነርሱ ጋር ጋሻና የራስ ቍርን የለበሱትን ሁሉ፥

፮ ጋሜርንና ጭፍሮቹን ሁሉ፥ በሰሜን ዳርቻም ያለውን የቴርጋማን ቤትና ጭፍሮቹን ሁሉ፥ ብዙዎችንም ሕዝቦች ከአንተ ጋር አወጣለሁ።

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How Far Will Ethiopia’s PM Go to Fight Rebels in Tigray | Al Jazeera

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Ethiopia’s Nobel Peace Prize-winning Prime Minister is raising the stakes in the battle for Tigray. Abiy Ahmed is urging ‘all capable citizens’ to join the army and stop the region’s rebels ‘once and for all’. His government launched an offensive against the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) last November. So how far will Abiy go to win the battle?

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Ethiopian Civil War Has Turned into a State-Sponsored Bloodbath | The Apathy & Cruelty of A. Ahmed

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on August 11, 2021

💭 Dead bodies float in Ethiopian river

👉 Courtesy: WION

👏 Thank you, dear Palki Sharma! I followed all your reports on Tigray for nine months — you will be richly rewarded for your passionate reports about Tigrayan women — you’re more Ethiopian than many Ethiopian women. Namaste!

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Ethiopia: Troops And Militia Rape, Abduct Women And Girls in Tigray Conflict – New Report

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on August 11, 2021

🔥 Destroy, Exterminate, Rape, Steal, Annex! That is evil Abiy Ahmed’s war on Tigray!

Forces aligned to the Ethiopian government subjected hundreds of women and girls to sexual violence

Rape and sexual slavery constitute war crimes, and may amount to crimes against humanity

Women and girls in Tigray were targeted for rape and other sexual violence by fighting forces aligned to the Ethiopian government, Amnesty International said today in a new report into the ongoing Tigray conflict.

The report, ‘I Don’t Know If They Realized I Was A Person’: Rape and Other Sexual Violence in the Conflict in Tigray, Ethiopia, reveals how women and girls were subjected to sexual violence by members of the Ethiopian National Defense Force (ENDF), the Eritrean Defense Force (EDF), the Amhara Regional Police Special Force (ASF), and Fano, an Amhara militia group.

It’s clear that rape and sexual violence have been used as a weapon of war to inflict lasting physical and psychological damage on women and girls in Tigray

Agnès Callamard

Soldiers and militias subjected Tigrayan women and girls to rape, gang rape, sexual slavery, sexual mutilation and other forms of torture, often using ethnic slurs and death threats.

It’s clear that rape and sexual violence have been used as a weapon of war to inflict lasting physical and psychological damage on women and girls in Tigray. Hundreds have been subjected to brutal treatment aimed at degrading and dehumanizing them,” said Agnès Callamard, Amnesty International’s Secretary General.

The severity and scale of the sexual crimes committed are particularly shocking, amounting to war crimes and possible crimes against humanity. It makes a mockery of the central tenets of humanity. It must stop.

The Ethiopian government must take immediate action to stop members of the security forces and allied militia from committing sexual violence, and the African Union should spare no effort to ensure the conflict is tabled at the AU Peace and Security Council.”

The Ethiopian authorities should also grant access to the African Commission for Human and Peoples’ Rights Commission of Inquiry, and the UN Secretary General should urgently send his Team of Experts on the Rule of Law and Sexual Violence in Conflict to Tigray.

Amnesty International interviewed 63 survivors of sexual violence, as well as medical professionals. Twenty-eight survivors identified Eritrean forces as the sole perpetrators of rape.

Widespread sexual violence

The pattern of acts of sexual violence, with many survivors also witnessing rape of other women, indicates that sexual violence was widespread and intended to terrorize and humiliate the victims and their ethnic group.

Twelve survivors said soldiers and militia raped them in front of family members, including children. Five were pregnant at the time.

Letay*, a 20-year-old woman from Baaker, told Amnesty International she was attacked in her home in November 2020 by armed men who spoke Amharic and wore a mixture of military uniforms and civilian clothing.

She said: “Three men came into the room where I was. It was evening and already dark… I did not scream; they gestured to me not to make any noise or they would kill me. They raped me one after the other… I was four months pregnant; I don’t know if they realized I was pregnant. I don’t know if they realized I was a person.”

Nigist*, a 35-year-old mother-of-two from Humera said she and four other women were raped by Eritrean soldiers in Sheraro on 21 November 2020.

She said: “Three of them raped me in front of my child. There was an eight-months pregnant lady with us, they raped her too… They gathered like a hyena that saw something to eat… They raped the women and slaughtered the men.”

I don’t know if they realized I was pregnant. I don’t know if they realized I was a person

Letay*

Health facilities in Tigray registered 1,288 cases of gender-based violence from February to April 2021. Adigrat Hospital recorded 376 cases of rape from the beginning of the conflict to 9 June 2021. However, many survivors told Amnesty International they had not visited health facilities, suggesting these figures represent only a small fraction of rapes in the context of the conflict.

Survivors still suffer significant physical and mental health complications. Many complained of physical trauma such as continued bleeding, back pain, immobility and fistula. Some tested positive for HIV after being raped. Sleep deprivation, anxiety and emotional distress are common among survivors and family members who witnessed the violence.

Sexual slavery and intention to humiliate

Twelve survivors said they were held captive for days and often weeks, and repeatedly raped, in most cases by several men. Some were held in military camps, others in houses or grounds in rural areas.

Tseday*, 17, told Amnesty International that she was abducted by eight Eritrean soldiers in Zebangedena and held captive for two weeks. She said: “They took me to a rural area, in a field. There were many soldiers; I was raped by eight of them… Usually, they went out to guard the area in two shifts. When four of them went out, the rest stayed and raped me.”

Blen*, a 21-year-old from Bademe, said she was abducted by Eritrean and Ethiopian soldiers on 5 November 2020, and held for 40 days alongside an estimated 30 other women. She said: “They raped us and starved us. They were too many who raped us in rounds. We were around 30 women they took… All of us were raped.”

Eight women also told how they had been raped by Ethiopian and Eritrean soldiers and associated militia near the border with Sudan, as they sought shelter.

Two survivors had large nails, gravel, and other types of metal and plastic shrapnel inserted into their vaginas, causing lasting and possibly irreparable damage.

Soldiers and militia repeatedly sought to humiliate their victims, frequently using ethnic slurs, insults, threats, and degrading comments. Several survivors interviewed by Amnesty International said that the rapists had told them, “This is what you deserve” and “You are disgusting”.

Lack of support for survivors

Survivors and witnesses told Amnesty International that they received limited or no psychosocial and medical support since they arrived in the internally displaced persons camps in the town of Shire in Ethiopia, or in refugee camps in Sudan.

Survivors also suffered because medical facilities were destroyed and restrictions imposed on the movement of people and goods, which hindered access to medical care. Victims and their families said they are short of food, shelter and clothes due to the limited humanitarian aid.

On top of their suffering and trauma, survivors have been left without adequate support

Agnès Callamard

Reports of sexual violence were mostly hidden from the outside world during the first two months of the conflict that began in November 2020, largely because of access restrictions imposed by the Ethiopian government and the communications blackout.

On top of their suffering and trauma, survivors have been left without adequate support. They must be able to access the services they need and are entitled to – including medical treatment, livelihood assistance, mental healthcare and psychosocial support – which are essential aspects of a survivor-centred response,” said Agnès Callamard.

We must see all allegations of sexual violence effectively, independently and impartially investigated to ensure survivors receive justice, and an effective reparation program must be established. All parties to the conflict should also ensure unfettered humanitarian access.”

Methodology

Between March and June 2021, Amnesty International interviewed 63 survivors of rape and other sexual violence; 15 in person in Sudan, and 48 remotely on secure telephone lines. Amnesty International also interviewed medical professionals and humanitarian workers involved in treating or assisting survivors in the towns of Shire and Adigrat, and in refugee camps in Sudan, about the scale of sexual violence and for corroborating information on specific cases.

In May, the Ethiopian authorities announced that three Ethiopian soldiers had been convicted and 25 others indicted for rape and other acts of sexual violence. However, no information has been made available about these trials, or other measures to investigate and to bring those responsible to justice.

Amnesty International wrote to Ethiopia’s Office of the Prime Minister, the Office of the Federal Attorney General and the Minister of Women, Children and Youth, to Eritrea’s Information Minister and a senior advisor to President Isaias Afwerki on 26 July 2021 requesting a response to the organization’s preliminary research findings, but had not received a reply at the time of publication.

Since fighting began in the region on 4 November 2020, thousands of civilians have been killed, hundreds of thousands of people have been internally displaced within Tigray, and tens of thousands of refugees have fled to Sudan.

Note: *Names have been changed.

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