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Iran’s Military Boasts It Seized 2 US Sea Drones off Yemen

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on October 21, 2022

😲 Another Form of Indirect Technology Transfer?

Iran’s military on Friday is boasting that it has seized a pair of unmanned US vessels in the Red Sea at a moment tensions with Washington are at boiling point over arms transfers between Tehran and Moscow.

Iran’s Navy Chief, Admiral Shahram Irani issued a statement describing that the sea drones posed safety issues to area maritime navigation, as quoted in semi-official Tasnim news agency. According to the Iranian navy statement, “Where maritime safety was threatened by the unjustified forces in the region, Iran’s Army Naval Forces were able to seize 2 American unmanned vessels.”

“The US should know it must comply with international laws if it is shipping somewhere,” the admiral added. “The Islamic Republic of Iran, with its powerful presence in the region, will deal decisively with any move that endangers the security and safety of shipping, he stressed.”

Little is as yet confirmed of the incident, which an initial statement from the US Navy calling the Iranian claims “not true”. However, it appears something did happen, given other international monitors say they are tracking an incident unfolding.

According to Bloomberg, “The British Navy’s UKMTO said it is aware of reports of an incident in the vicinity of Ash Shihr, Yemen, according to a post on its website.”

Both the US and Israel have of late stepped a joint naval presence in the Red Sea region, citing both threats from Iran and Yemeni Houthi rebels, which are backed by Tehran have at various times attacked Saudi Arabia.

👉 Source: Zerohedge

💭 Ethiopia | US’ Complicity in Tigray Genocide | በትግራይ የዘር ማጥፋት ወንጀል የአሜሪካ ተባባሪነት

👉 AP Diplomatic Writer Matt Lee asked Mr. Patel :

“Why this, all of a sudden, is now a big violation of 2231 when you didn’t call it out as such before? There was nothing done in terms of action on the drones being used in Ethiopia, in Syria… No action on Ethiopia.”

But now, they call it out as ‘a big violation of 2231’ because these Iranian drones are being used in ‘their beloved’ Ukraine.

Iran sent Ethiopia armed drones in the summer of 2021 in violation of a standing UN Security Council resolution, the US State Department said on Tuesday.

By the way, Tehran got these drone technology ‘inadvertently’ from the US (remember the US drones ‘lost’ flying over Iranian airspace in 2011 & 2019?). In April 2012 (Re-election year of Barack Hussein Obama – and the drone + the billion dollars Obama & Biden given to Iran as a present ), Iran claimed it had copied technology ( reverse-engineering) from a US drone brought down in December 2011 on its eastern borders with Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Israel has also ‘inadvertently’ contributed to Iran’s drone technology. When the Shahed-129 was unveiled in 2012, some noted similarities to the US MQ-1 Predator. It is a large drone able to carry eight missiles. However, analysts believe that its design can be traced back to a crashed Israeli Hermes 450 drone — two were apparently lost over Iran in the 1990s.

Furthermore, Iran gets more drones from China.

👉 The Ukraine war shows us:

😈 United by their Illuminist-Luciferian-Masonic-Satanist agendas The following Edomite-Ishmaelite entities and bodies are helping the genocidal fascist Oromo regime of evil Abby Ahmed Ali:

  • ☆ The United Nations
  • ☆ The World Bank
  • ☆ The International Monetary Fund
  • ☆ The European Union
  • ☆ The African Union
  • ☆ The United States, Canada & Cuba
  • ☆ Russia
  • ☆ Ukraine
  • ☆ China
  • ☆ Israel
  • ☆ Arab States
  • ☆ Southern Ethiopians
  • ☆ Amharas
  • ☆ Eritrea
  • ☆ Djibouti
  • ☆ Kenya
  • ☆ Sudan
  • ☆ Somalia
  • ☆ Egypt
  • ☆ Iran
  • ☆ Pakistan
  • ☆ India
  • ☆ Azerbaijan
  • ☆ Amnesty International
  • ☆ Human Rights Watch
  • ☆ World Food Program (2020 Nobel Peace Laureate)
  • ☆ The Nobel Prize Committee
  • ☆ The Atheists and Animists
  • ☆ The Muslims
  • ☆ The Protestants
  • ☆ The Sodomites
  • ☆ TPLF

💭 Even those nations that are one another enemies, like: ‘Israel vs Iran’, ‘Russia + China vs Ukraine + The West’, ‘Egypt + Sudan vs Iran + Turkey’, ‘India vs Pakistan’ have now become friends – as they are all united in the anti-Christian, anti-Zionist-Ethiopia-Conspiracy. This has never ever happened before it is a very curios phenomenon – a strange unique appearance in world history.

✞ With the Zionist Tigray-Ethiopians are:

  • ❖ The Almighty Egziabher God & His Saints
  • ❖ St. Mary of Zion
  • ❖ The Ark of The Covenant

💭 Due to the leftist and atheistic nature of the TPLF, because of its tiresome, imported and Satan-influenced ideological games of: „Unitarianism vs Multiculturalism“, the Supernatural Force that always stood/stands with the Northern Ethiopian Christians is blocked – and These Celestial Powers are not yet being ‘activated’. Even the the above Edomite and Ishmaelite entities and bodies who in the beginning tried to help them have gradually abandoned them.


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Official Document Describes Scale of Abuses in Ethiopia War

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on October 21, 2022

💭 እነ አቶ ጌታቸው ረዳ ሕዝቤን ለአውሬዎቹ የሤራ አጋሮቻቸው አስረክበው ወደ ደቡብ አፍሪቃ ለሽርሽር ሄዱ። እዚያው ቢቀሩ፣ መምጣቱ ለማይቀረውና ጋላ-ኦሮሞዎቹን ለሚበቀለው ጽዮናዊ አርበኛ ለአፄ ዮሐንስ አምስተኛ እድሉን ቢሰጡት ምናልባት ከገሃነም እሳት ሊድኑ ይችሉ ይሆናል። 😠😠😠 ዋይ! ዋይ! ዋይ! 😢😢😢


NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) – Dozens of women and girls have been raped and hundreds of civilians killed during fighting in Ethiopia´s Tigray region, according to an official document seen by The Associated Press.

Roughly 40 girls and women between the ages of 13 and 80 were raped in the town of Sheraro in northwestern Tigray, according to the document prepared by Tigray´s regional Emergency Coordination Centre. The center includes regional government bureaus, U.N. agencies and nongovernmental organizations.

The document reports eight more rapes, “including gang rape,” in the district of Tselemti, also in northwestern Tigray.

Issued Oct. 14, the document did not state who was responsible for the sexual violence. Nor did it state the time frame in which it occurred.

According to diplomatic sources, Eritrean and Ethiopian forces took control of Sheraro last month. Eritrean troops have fought alongside Ethiopia´s federal military since hostilities resumed in Tigray on Aug. 24 after a lull in fighting.

Diplomats have expressed alarm over reports of civilian casualties in the region as Ethiopia´s federal military this week took control of the major town of Shire and the federal government expressed its aim to capture Tigray´s airports and federal institutions.

A humanitarian worker based in Shire told the AP the town´s airport is now manned by Eritrean forces. Ethiopian and Eritrean forces have captured warehouses belonging to NGOs there, and Eritrean forces are specifically looting vehicles, according to the aid worker, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of safety fears.

U.S. officials have called on Eritrean forces to withdraw from Tigray and urged the parties to agree to an immediate cease-fire. The administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development, Samantha Power, has described the human cost of the conflict as “staggering.”

The internal document seen by the AP said 159 individuals have been “shot dead” in the Tahtay Adiyabo, Dedebit and Tselemti areas of northwestern Tigray, adding that others were maimed by gunshots and shelling.

A further 157 people were “taken by Eritrean forces” in Tselemti, Dedebit and Sheraro, according to the document, which said there is “no information (on their) whereabouts.”

The latest fighting has halted aid deliveries to Tigray, where around 5 million people need humanitarian help. A lack of fuel and a communications blackout are hindering the distribution of aid supplies that were already in the region.

Ethiopia´s federal government said Thursday it would participate in African Union-led peace talks expected to begin in South Africa next week. Tigray’s fugitive authorities are yet to confirm their attendance but have previously committed to participating in talks mediated by the African Union.

Both the U.N. Security Council and the African Union’s Peace and Security Council were due to discuss the conflict on Friday.

A World Food Program spokesperson told the AP “an armed group” entered its warehouse in Shire on Oct. 18, a day after Ethiopia´s federal government announced the town’s capture.

“WFP is actively working to confirm if the armed individuals remain and if any humanitarian stocks or assets have been taken or damaged,” the spokesperson said.

All sides have been accused of atrocities since the conflict in northern Ethiopia began almost two years ago.

Last week a report by the Amhara Association of America advocacy group said the Tigray forces had killed at least 193 civilians and raped 143 women and girls since August in the Raya Kobo area of the Amhara region, which borders Tigray.

The conflict, which began nearly two years ago, has spread from Tigray into the neighboring regions of Afar and Amhara as Tigray´s leaders try to break the blockade of their region.



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The World’s Worst War You Aren’t Watching is in Ethiopia

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on October 21, 2022

💭 At least half a million people have died so far from direct violence, starvation and lack of access to health care.

💭 ዓለም የማታየው የአለም አስከፊ ጦርነት ያለው ኢትዮጵያ ውስጥ ነው።

እስካሁን ድረስ ቢያንስ ግማሽ ሚሊዮን ሰዎች በቀጥታ ጥቃት፣ በረሃብ እና በጤና አገልግሎት እጦት ሞተዋል።

“Calling out the atrocities for what they are would at least put Ethiopia and Eritrea on notice that the world is watching, and the long arm of international justice could ultimately prevail. Offenders in Rwanda, the former Yugoslavia and Sierra Leone, to name a few, ultimately faced justice after all.”

የተፈጸሙትንፎች በስም መጥራት ቢያንስ ኢትዮጵያና ኤርትራ ዓለም እያያቸው መሆኑን ያሳስባል እና የረዥም አለም አቀፍ የፍትህ ክንድ በመጨረሻ ሊያሸንፍ ይችላል። በሩዋንዳ የቀድሞዋ ዩጎዝላቪያ እና ሴራሊዮን ወንጀለኞች ጥቂቶቹን ለመጥቀስ ያህል በመጨረሻ ለፍትህ ቀርበዋል

👉 Courtesy: Star Tribune

While the world’s eyes are trained on the war in Ukraine and whether Vladimir Putin is unhinged enough to use nuclear weapons, another war rages mostly unseen some 3,000 miles away in Ethiopia.

The war is centered on the northern region of Tigray, where a long-standing political conflict between the Ethiopian government and the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) turned violent in 2020. The region has been under a near total blockade for most of the time since, cut off from humanitarian aid, electricity, telecommunications and banking, leaving 5.3 million civilians in dire straits. The Ethiopian government’s renewed offensive has escalated the crisis even further.

Accurately estimating the dead while war continues is difficult, but the best estimates available suggest at least half a million people have died so far from direct violence, starvation and lack of access to health care. Starvation seems to be a feature rather than a bug in the government’s battle plan. More recent estimates suggest that this number have died in combat alone, possibly bringing the overall deaths closer to a million.

To put it in perspective, the United Nations estimates about 6,000 civilians have been killed in Ukraine so far, and estimates put military deaths in the tens of thousands. Even if these estimates are low, the best available numbers suggest that the scale of death in Ethiopia exceeds that in Ukraine many times over. And yet Ethiopia has received a small fraction of attention, both from policymakers and the media.

The U.S. and others must take a more direct approach before the worst fears of the Tigrayan people are realized.

Those fears include a genocide of the people of Tigray. In response to the latest offensive, the United Nations, African Union, United States and other countries have called on all sides to cease hostilities. But generic calls for everyone to stop fighting and quiet behind-the-scenes diplomacy that has been the favored approach so far are a woefully inadequate response.

Tigrayan authorities have indicated that they would respect a cease-fire, but Ethiopian government officials have instead doubled down to lambaste the “evils” of its enemy. Meanwhile, the Ethiopian government has reportedly dropped leaflets in Tigray stating that anyone remaining behind would be considered a combatant, raising clear concerns that all Tigrayans, a distinct ethnic group, would be targets in an assault.

Sources from the area claim Ethiopian and Eritrean forces (their allies) have been instructed to kill three Tigrayans each, including elderly and children, and that victims’ limbs and skulls are on display.

These stories are unverified given the lack of humanitarian and media access to the region. But given the language and actions of Ethiopia so far, along with the death toll and atrocities already committed, there is little reason not to take them seriously.

Eritrea’s role has complicated efforts to reach a peace, too, as few countries have any leverage to influence its actions, and the TPLF is its sworn enemy. There is no guarantee that Eritrea will stop fighting even if the Ethiopian government comes to the table.

While it’s true that all sides have committed abuses, the scale is hardly comparable, with Ethiopia and Eritrea committing the lion’s share of wanton violence and harm against civilians throughout the conflict. When one side holds this level of responsibility for continuing conflict and suffering, those who hold any sway must speak out clearly and directly against it.

At this stage, peace looks like a long shot, but that does not excuse the inadequate efforts made so far.

The U.S. and the United Nations are often loath to invite criticism by directly calling out states for violent acts against their own people when those states are friends and partners, as Ethiopia is.

It won’t likely end the war, but that is a weak excuse for not trying harder. The innocent people of Tigray deserve acknowledgment, and there is a chance that such international pressure, in combination with policy choices that reduce Ethiopia’s support, through international institutions and individual countries alike, could influence the path Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed chooses.

Calling out the atrocities for what they are would at least put Ethiopia and Eritrea on notice that the world is watching, and the long arm of international justice could ultimately prevail. Offenders in Rwanda, the former Yugoslavia and Sierra Leone, to name a few, ultimately faced justice after all.

We must stop shying away from uncomfortable conversations when so many lives are at stake. If U.S. leverage is inadequate, we should press the countries who arm and support Ethiopia and Eritrea, and the international financial institutions like the World Bank which keep the country afloat as its economy falters.

The time for quiet diplomacy is over. The time for alarm has long since passed. Echoing what we’ve heard repeatedly about the plight of Ukraine: If Ethiopia stops fighting, the war ends, but if Tigray stops fighting, in the absence of international oversight and an inclusive peace process, the impoverished people of Tigray might end instead.

💭 Today, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced the designation of Ethiopia for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for 18 months. Only individuals who are already residing in the United States as of October 20, 2022 will be eligible for TPS.

Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield
U.S. Representative to the United Nations
New York, New York
October 21, 2022


Just a quick, brief statement. The Security Council just met to discuss the conflict in Ethiopia, in a closed meeting. And I want to take the opportunity to thank the A3 and the African Union for leading on this process, including the statement that was issued by the African Union today, and we were briefed by the African Union.

It is disappointing that the council did not agree on issuing a statement, which is why it’s important for me to come out here today.

As the Secretary-General said this week, “The situation in Ethiopia is spiraling out of control. The social fabric is being ripped apart, and civilians are paying a horrific price.” In the past week alone, we’ve seen a serious uptick in fighting and violence. Thousands of Ethiopian, Eritrean, and TPLF forces are engaged in active combat. The scale of the fighting and deaths rival what we’re seeing in Ukraine, and innocent civilians are being caught in the crossfire. Over two years of conflict, as many as half a million – half a million – people have died, and the United States is deeply concerned about the potential for further mass atrocities. And we all should be.

We’re also horrified by the recent death of an aid worker from the International Rescue Committee and the injuries of others. We heard today that a total of 26 humanitarian workers had been killed over the course of the past two years – that’s approximately two per month. This tragedy underscores the serious dangers facing humanitarian workers in the region. And as I told the Security Council just now, it’s past time for all of the parties to lay down their weapons and return to peace. It is past time for a cessation of hostilities and for unhindered humanitarian access to all those in need. And it is past time for Eritrean Defense Forces to halt their joint military offensive and for Ethiopia to ask Eritrea to withdraw its soldiers from Northern Ethiopia.


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The New York Times Pushes U.S. to Fund Abortions in Ethiopia, Which is Currently in a Genocidal War

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on October 21, 2022

👉 Courtesy: BreitbartNews

The New York Times opinion piece promoting abortion in Ethiopia fails to mention that the country has been at war for nearly two years, or that basic medical services in Tigray, and in much of the rest of the country, essentially do not exist. It instead shames America for not doing enough to ensure that more babies are aborted in the Christian-majority African nation.

💭 የኒው ዮርክ ታይምስ ጋዜጣ በአሁኑ ጊዜ በዘር ማጥፋት ጦርነት ውስጥ ላለችው ኢትዮጵያ ሴቶቿ ፅንስ ያስወርዱ ዘንድ አሜሪካ ድጋፍ እንድትሰጥ ይገፋፋል።

“የኒውዮርክ ታይምስ የጋዜጣ ፅንስ ማስወረድን የሚያስተዋውቅው አስተያየት ኢትዮጵያ ለሁለት አመታት ያህል በጦርነት ውስጥ እንዳለች ወይም በትግራይ መሰረታዊ የህክምና አገልግሎቶች እና በአብዛኛዎቹ የሀገሪቱ ክፍሎች እንደሌሉ ሳይጠቅስ ቀርቷል። ይልቁንስ በክርስቲያን አብላጫዋ አፍሪካዊት ሀገር ኢትዮጵያ ብዙ ሕፃናት በፅንስ ማስወረድ እየተወገዱ መሆናቸውን አሜሪካ ለማውሳት በቂ ጥረት አለማድረጓ ያሳፍራል።”

😠😠😠 ዋይ! ዋይ! ዋይ! 😢😢😢

ያው እንግዲህ፤ በሰሜን ኢትዮጵያውያን ኦርቶዶክስ ክርስቲያኖች ላይ የሚካሄደው ጦርነት እንዲሁም ጽንስ ማስወረድ ሉሲፈራውያኑ በጥንታውያኑ ክርስቲያን ሕዝቦች ላይ የዘረጉት ዲያብሎሳዊ ፕሮጀክት አካል መሆኑን በትናንትናው ዕለት እንዲህ በማለት ጽፌ ነበር፤

👉 “The plan is for accelerated depopulation. It is part of the extermination of the Tigrayan ethnicity, crime against humanity, war crimes,”

Depopulation is exactly what’s happening – depopulation of ancient Christians / original humans who have the identity and essence of the spirit. The Luciferians have planned their satanic project a long time ago – and executing it accordingly. For now! Africa is the continent with the youngest population worldwide. As of 2021, around 40 percent of the population is aged 15 years and younger.

In 2021, there were around 207 million children aged 0-4 years in Africa. The population aged 17 years and younger amounted to approximately 650 million. In contrast, only approximately 48 million individuals were aged 65 years and older as of the same year.”

A bizarre opinion column published by the New York Times on Monday lamented that the American government is currently not funding abortions in Ethiopia – a country ravaged by a genocidal civil war where basic health care is increasingly difficult to access, the World Health Organization (W.H.O) warned this week.

The column, written by abortion activist Anu Kumar, notably omits that Ethiopia is in the throes of a war between its government, backed by allied Eritrea, and the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF), a Marxist political party that previously ruled Ethiopia for nearly 30 years. The war began in November 2020, when the TPLF reportedly attacked a government military base, prompting Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize winner, to blockade the entire Tigray region. The government has since designated the TPLF a terrorist organization and surrounded Tigray with the aid of the Eritrean military.

The Tigray blockade is reportedly causing mass starvation, depriving civilians of critical medical aid, and making it impossible for Tigrayans outside the region to know the fate of their families. Multiple international actors, including the U.S. government, have accused Abiy of “ethnic cleansing.”

Members of other ethnic groups have accused TPLF fighters of atrocities, as well, including the mass murder and gang rape of Amharic and other civilians. Both the government and the TPLF deny the evidence against them.

The article also fails to note the years-long phenomenon of outsider pro-abortion activists complaining that the world has too many Africans, enthusiastically urging African mothers to reconsider having more children. The most prominent of these scandals occurred in 2017 when French President Emmanuel Macron, leading a nation with a dark history of oppression on the African continent, complained that Africa has a “civilizational” problem in its large families. A year later, he stated that girls in Africa were not “properly educated,” leading to too many children, and “more choice would mean fewer children in Africa.”

Advocating for abortion in Ethiopia joins support for terrorist-turned-dictator Fidel Castro in Cuba, denial of the Holodomor genocide of Ukrainians by Joseph Stalin, and the claim that women enjoyed better sex under totalitarian communist regimes among the dubious causes the New York Times has embraced throughout its existence.

The New York Times opinion piece promoting abortion in Ethiopia fails to mention that the country has been at war for nearly two years, or that basic medical services in Tigray, and in much of the rest of the country, essentially do not exist. It instead shames America for not doing enough to ensure that more babies are aborted in the Christian-majority African nation.

“Abortion has been legal in Ethiopia under a broad range of circumstances for the past 17 years. Nevertheless, at the Shekebedo Health Center, abortions cannot be performed at all,” the author, Kumar, laments. “The clinic, situated in a rural part of southwestern Ethiopia where quality health care is hard to access, is partially funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development. This funding has stopped the clinic from offering abortions to Ethiopian women.”

The column did not specify where the Shekebedo Health Center is exactly, though the southwest is far from the northern Tigray region. It also largely ceased to discuss Ethiopia following its opening. Instead, it lambasted the Helms amendment of the Foreign Assistance Act, which does not allow U.S. funding abroad to go to the killing of an unborn child “as a method of family planning” or towards the promotion of killing unborn children.

“In 2020, America sent more than $592 million in family planning funds overseas — about as much as the next three countries combined — and has contributed 40 percent to 50 percent of total direct funding over the past decade,” Kumar nonetheless noted while condemning Washington for its alleged lack of support for family planning.

The column concluded with a demand for legislation that would allow American taxpayers’ dollars to fund the killing of unborn children abroad, lamenting that “widespread Republican support for the Helms Amendment” would likely block any such legislation.

Two days after the New York Times published the pro-abortion opinion piece, the world’s most prominent Tigrayan, W.H.O. Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned that his home region was once again on the verge of “genocide.”

“Yes, I’m from Tigray, and yes, this affects me personally. I don’t pretend it doesn’t. Most of my relatives are in the most affected areas, more than 90 per cent of them,” Tedros told reporters at a regular W.H.O. press briefing. “This is a health crisis for six million people, and the world is not paying enough attention.”

Tedros reportedly said that a small “window” existed for the world to prevent a “genocide” of ethnic Tigrayans, most of them trapped behind the blockade with little food or medicine. The director-general noted that, in addition to the absence of outside communication and food, health care is practically nonexistent in Tigray.

“There are no services for tuberculosis, HIV, diabetes, hypertension and more – those diseases, which are treatable elsewhere, are now a death sentence in Tigray,” Tedros said.

The W.H.O. did not list access to abortions among Tedros’ concerns for Ethiopia.

The Ethiopian government announced the capture of three towns in Tigray – Shire, Alamata, and Korem – from the TPLF on Tuesday, promising civilians there would receive humanitarian aid. At least one aid worker in Shire died in an Ethiopian government bombing this week, despite the government claiming it captured the towns “without fighting in urban areas.”

Advances against the TPLF – which, when it had managed to expand outside of Tigray, reportedly allowed fighters to engage in mass gang rapes in Amharic villages – have occurred as mounting reports elsewhere in Ethiopia have surfaced implicating the government in the recruitment of child soldiers.

“The children are being abducted,” one eyewitness in eastern Harar told the Addis Standard last week. “They [security forces] break into houses and abduct children. They pick them, throw them on trucks and drive them to police stations and concentration camps. The majority of the victims are daily laborer children aged between 13 to 15.”

🐷 Pro-Abortion Activists Take Bible And Play Soccer With It. They Then Put The Bible in a Toilet

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Malawi Finds Mass Grave of Ethiopians | ማላዊ የኢትዮጵያውያን የጅምላ መቃብር አገኘች | ዋይ! ዋይ! ዋይ!

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💭 የማላዊ ፖሊስ ኢትዮጵያውያን ፍልሠተኞች ሊሆኑ ይችላሉ ያላቸውን የ፳፭/25 ሰዎች አስከሬን በጅምላ ተቀብሮ ማግኘቱን ትናንት አስታውቋል።

“መቃብሩ የተገኘው ማክሰኞ ነበር። በማግሥቱ የአጥር ከለላ አበጅተን አስከሬኖቹን ቆፍርን ማውጣት ጀመርን። እስከአሁን ፳፭/25 አስከሬኖችን አውጥተናል” ሲሉ የፖሊስ ቃል አቀባዩ ፒተር ካላያ ለኤኤፍፒ የዜና ወኪል ተናግረዋል።

ፖሊስ ወሬውን ያገኘው ከሉሎንግዌ በስተሰሜን ፪፻፶/250 ኪሜ እርቀት ላይ ከምትገኝ “ምዚምባ” በተባለች መንደር ካሉ ነዋሪዎች እንደሆነ ታውቋል። ነዋሪዎቹ የዱር ማር ቆረጣ ላይ ሳሉ ድንገት ሰዎቹ የተቀበሩበት ሥፍራ ማግኘታቸው ታውቋል።

“በማላዊ በኩል ወደ ደቡብ አፍሪካ ሊሻገሩ የሞከሩ ሕገ-ወጥ ሠደተኞች እንደሆኑ እንጠረጥራለን” ብለዋል ፒተር።

ከሥፍራው በተገኘው መረጃ መሠረትም ሟቾቹ እድሜያቸው ከ፳፭/25 እስከ ፵/40 የሆኑ ኢትዮጵያውያን ናችው ብለዋል ፒተር።

እየፈረሰ ያለው በድን ተቆፍሮ ከወጣ በኋላ ለምርመራ መላኩም ታውቋል።

በግምት ካለፈው አንድ ወር ወዲህ የተቀበሩ ይመስላል ብለዋል የፖሊሱ ቃል አቀባይ ፒተር።

ከአህጉሪቱ በተሻለ በኢንዱስትሪ የበለጸገችው ደቡብ አፍሪካ ከምሥራቅ አፍሪካና ከሌሎች የአህጉሪቱ ክፍሎች ለሚነሱ ድህነት ለተጫናቸው ስደተኞች መስህብ ነች። ማላዊ ደግሞ ተመራጭ አቋራጭ ነች።

ፒተር ካላያ እንዳሉት በዚህ ዓመት ከጥር እስከ መስከረም ባለው ግዜ ውስጥ ብቻ ፪፻፳፩/221 ሕገ-ወጥ ፍልሰተኞችን ማላዊ ድንበሯን አቋርጠው ሲያልፉ ይዛለች። ከእነዚህ ውስጥ ፻፹፮/186ቱ ኢትዮጵያን ናቸው።

💭 የፋሺስቱ ኦሮሞ አገዛዝ በትግራይ ጭፍጨፋውን ባጧጧፈበት ወቅትና ከሤረኞቹ አጋሮቹ ከሕወሓት ጋር አሳፋሪ በሆነ መልክ ለፊታችን ሰኞ በደቡብ አፍሪቃ የድርድር ድራማባዘጋጀበት እና በኦርቶዶክስ ጽዮናውያን ላይ የሚደረገው ጭፍጨፋ እንዲቀጥል በአዲስ አበባ ሰልፍ በጠራበት የቅዳሜ ዋዜማ ኢትዮጵያውያን ስደተኞችን በድጋሚ ለዋቄዮአላህሉሲፈር አምላኩ የደም መስዋዕት አቀረበለት።

እርኩሱ የኢሬቻ መንፈስ ወደ ኢትዮጵያ ከገባበት ጊዜ አንስቶ በአገራችን ሞትና ባርነት ነግሷል።

😈 ታዲያ፤ እነዚህን ጋላ-ኦሮሞዎች ዝም ብሎ ማየቱ አይበቃንምን?! ምን እየጠበቅን ነው? ለምንድንስ ነው የራሳችንን የቤት ሥራ ለልጆቻችን የምናሻግረው? ጋላ-ኦሮሞዎች በኢትዮጵያ ይነግሱ ዘንድ እግዚአብሔር በጭራሽ አይፈቅድላቸውም፤ ያለፉት መቶ ሰላሳ ዓመታት፤ በተለይ አፄ ቴዎድሮስንና አፄ ዮሐንስን ከገደሏቸው በኋላ በዳግማዊ ምንሊክ/ጣይቱ ፣ በኃይለ ሥላሴ፣ በመንግስቱ ኃይለ ማርያምና በግራኝ አብዮት አህመድ አሊ ዘመናት የነገሱት ጋላ-ኦሮሞዎች የኢትዮጵያ ጠላቶ መሆናቸውን ደግመው ደጋግመው በግልጽ አሳዩን እኮ!

🐷 የሞትና ባርነት መንፈስ ለኢትዮጵያ ያመጣው እርኩስ ጋላ ግራኝ አብዮት አህመድ አሊ

ባፋጣኝ በእሳት መጥረግ የእያንዳዱ ንጹሕ ኢትዮጵያዊ ግዴታ ነው። ይህን አውሬ ያስወገደ ይጸድቃል!

R.I.P 😠😠😠 ዋይ! ዋይ! ዋይ! 😢😢😢

💭 Malawi Police Exhume 25 Bodies of Ethiopians in Mass Grave. A mass grave was discovered in a government forest reserve in Mzimba district.

Following the discovery of a mass grave in which 25 bodies were found, Malawi police have arrested 72 Ethiopian men who were found hiding in a forest reserve in the northern border town of Karonga.

Ten Malawians have also been arrested on suspicion of being part of a syndicate involved in trafficking the Ethiopians.

On Wednesday, a mass grave was discovered in a government forest reserve in Mzimba district, some 300 km (185 miles) south of where the Ethiopian men were arrested on Thursday.

Young boys from the area are said to have gone into the forest reserve to harvest honey when they were first greeted by the pungent smell of rotting bodies before they discovered body parts including heads and limbs.

The boys reported the matter to village elders who in turn notified the police who went to the forest and discovered the mass grave.

On Thursday morning, a separate grave near the one found on Wednesday was also discovered, where another four bodies were unearthed.

Homeland Security Minister Jean Sendeza, who has travelled to the scene of the mass graves, says authorities plan to conduct a post-mortem to ascertain the causes of death.

Human trafficking has become a huge challenge in Malawi, where hundreds of people are regularly arrested and deported for illegally entering the country with the help of organised syndicates.

Last April, up to 140 illegal immigrants were arrested by Malawi police. They included 133 Ethiopian nationals, six from Bangladesh and one from Pakistan. They are yet to face trial.

Police say the 72 Ethiopians and 10 Malawians arrested on Thursday will soon be taken to court to answer various charges connected to human trafficking and violation of immigration laws.


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