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Ukraine- Russia Agree to Allow Humanitarian Corridors | In Ethiopia’s Blockaded Tigray This is Unthinkable

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on March 4, 2022

💭 ዩክሬን – ሩሲያ የሰብአዊነት ኮሪደሮችን ለመፍቀድ ተስማሙ | በትግራይ ግን እንዲህ ያለ ሰብዓዊነት የማይታሰብ ነው

የዩክሬይኑ ጦርነት በትግራይ ስለተፈጸመው አሰቃቂ ልብ ሰባሪ ሁኔታና በኮቪድ ክትባት ሳቢያ በቢሊየን የሚቆጠሩ የዓለማችን ዜጎችን ስቃይ ከሚፈጥረው ቁጣ ትኩረቱን ለማዞር ታስቦ ነው።

በክትባት ሳቢያ ሊመጣ የሚችለውን የጅምላ ዕልቂት ለመሸፈንና ከወንጀሉ ተጠያቂ ላለመሆን፤ ሉሲፈራውያኑ/ግሎባሊስቶቹ የዓለማችን ፈላጭ ቆራጮች ዓለም አቀፋዊ የኒውክሌር ጦርነትን ለመክፈት ያቀዱ ይመስላሉ። የሞቱ መንስዔ ክትባቱ ሳይሆን “የጨረር መርዝ ነው” የሚል መሸፈኛ ለመስጠት። በተገላቢጦሽ ዛሬ በሌሎች በሽታዎች የሚሞቱትን ታማሚዎች በኮቪድ ነው እያሉ ክትባታቻውንና መድኃኒታቸውን እየሸጡ እንዳሉት።

ሌላው ዓለም እኮ፤ “እናንተ እራሳችሁ ለራሳችሁ ወገን ያልተቆረቆረላችሁ እንደ በፊቱ ትኩረቱን ልንሰጣችሁ አይገባንም!” እያሉን ነው። ለዩክሬይን እይሰጡ ያሉትን ድጋፍ እያየነው አይደል!

😈 አይ አማራ! አይ ኦሮሞ! እናንት አረመኔዎች፤ እንደው እሳቱን ያውርድባችሁ! 🔥

💭 My Note: I think this Ukraine war is designed to divert attention from the #TigrayGenocide.

You have no idea of the scale of evil with which you are dealing in the current Ethiopia. Can you see how evil the fascist Oromo regime of Abiy Ahmed Ali — and his Oromo and Amhara folks are?! They are satrving innocent men, women and children to death.

While the situation in Ukraine is dire, the world should not forget the crisis in Ethiopia.

The world should continue to be shocked at what is taking place in Tigray — manmade famine. Half of the population in Tigray will die of starvation by the end of this year.

“The fascist Oromo regime of Ethiopia has blocked virtually all food and medical shipments into Tigray for 16 months, using food as a weapon of war.”

You have no idea of the scale of evil with which you are dealing in the current Ethiopia. Can you see how evil the fascist Oromo regime of Abiy Ahmed Ali — and his Oromo and Amhara folks are?! They are satrving innocent men, women and children to death.

Report highlights Tigray atrocities, says Ethiopia faces famineThe humanitarian situation in Tigray is abysmal, with atrocities similar to war crimes displacing at least 2.5 million

Refugees International, a global organization advocating for displaced and stateless people, said in a report released March 3 that the humanitarian situation in Tigray was abysmal, with atrocities similar to war crimes displacing at least 2.5 million people inside and out of the country.

“The Ethiopian government has blocked virtually all food and medical shipments into Tigray, using food as a weapon of war,” Sarah Miller, a senior fellow with Refugees International, said in the report, “Nowhere to Run: Eritrean Refugees in Tigray.”

With starvation deaths mounting each day, she said in the report, and nearly 900,000 people in famine conditions, there are fears that the current situation in Ethiopia will mirror the Great Famine of the 1980s, when more than one million people died of starvation.

“The world should continue to be shocked at what is taking place in Tigray — manmade famine is something that should outrage all of us, including people of faith,” Miller told Catholic News Service in an interview, while underscoring the role of faith groups in responding to the crisis and refugees in particular.

“Religious leaders inside Tigray and around the world have raised their voices in support of those suffering as a result of the humanitarian blockade. They should continue speaking out as much as they are able and sharing information with their communities about what is going on,” she added.

We have statements indicating that half of the population in Tigray will die of starvation by the end of this year

Her views resonated with those of Catholic clergy from the region.

“We have statements indicating that half of the population in Tigray will die of starvation by the end of this year. In a literal sense, yes: We think this is a direction things may take if things continue as they are,” said a cleric who could not be named for security reasons.

According to the report, among the vulnerable groups, Eritrean refugees in Ethiopia were receiving little attention or support, despite facing unique risks. In early 2021, two Eritrean refugee camps in Tigray were destroyed, allegedly by Eritrean troops, leaving approximately 20,000 Eritrean refugees missing. In January, refugees were killed by airstrikes that hit refugee camps.

In a raft of measures, Refugees International wants the UN High Commissioner for Refugees to reconsider moving the refugees to new camps near active war zones. It also suggests quick resettlement of the refugees and neighboring countries, including Kenya and Sudan, to open their doors to them.

Miller said faith groups in the US can voice support for refugees and welcome them, “including by helping them to find housing, jobs, and enrolling in school, etc.”

She said that, while the situation in Ukraine is dire, the world should not forget the crisis in Ethiopia.

“We hope that people will look beyond the headlines and remember that the crisis in Ethiopia is not over for those facing famine, internal displacement, and for specific refugee groups, including Eritrean refugees in Ethiopia, who need international protection and assistance and immediate access to their rights,” she said.

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