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Is The Mediterranean Now Europe’s Graveyard for Heathen Christians?

Posted by addisethiopia on March 24, 2017

They Send Africans and Christians to death. on packed boats, in rough seas – But they let Arab and African Muslims in. What a morally sick and perverted world: We daily see that what should be despised is being respected, and what should be respected is despised. We see that bad is called good and good is called bad. We see children being viewed as adults, while adults are being treated as children. We see perversion called love

23 March 2017

More than 250 African Migrants Are Feared Drowned in the Mediterranean

A charity rescue boat’s discovery of five corpses and two sinking rubber dinghies 15 miles from the Libyan coast has raised fears that more than 250 African migrants may have drowned in the Mediterranean, Thursday.

Spanish NGO Proactiva Open Arms, who operated the rescue boat, said that the two partially submerged dinghies it discovered near the corpses were the kind usually used by people traffickers, Agence France-Press reports. They would typically carry 120-140 migrants each a spokeswoman for the organization said.

We don’t think there can be any other explanation than that these dinghies would have been full of people,” Proactiva spokeswoman Laura Lanuza told AFP. “It seems clear that they sunk.”

In over a year we have never seen any of these dinghies that were anything other than packed,” Lanuza added.


24 March 2017

Migrant Boat Sinks Off Turkish Coast, 11 Dead

Eleven people drowned and four remained missing in a migrant boat sinking off Turkey’s Aegean coast on Friday, local media reported.

The bodies of the dead were found on the shore in the western province of Aydin, seven others on board the inflatable dinghy were found alive, the agency added.


Heathen Christians?

24 Mar 2017

25,170 Muslim Migrants and Refugees Entered Europe by sea in 2017

More than 6,000 migrants have been rescued on the central Mediterranean route from Libya to Italy in the last few days, as greater numbers take to the sea in warmer weather, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) said on Tuesday.

IOM reports that 25,170 migrants and refugees entered Europe by sea in 2017 through 22 March, with over 80 percent arriving in Italy and the rest in Spain and Greece. This compares with 163,273 through the first 82 days of 2016. IOM Rome spokesman Flavio Di Giacomo said Thursday between 20 and 22 March, 4,380 migrants arrived in Italy by sea. On 23 March another 1,200 migrants who were rescued in recent days also were brought to land. They are not yet included in the 20,674 total arrivals figure compiled by Italy’s Ministry of Interior to date. The main nationalities included with these 1,200 additional arrivals are Nigerian, Gambian, Ivorian, Ghanaian, Malian, Senegalese and Guinean (both Guinea-Bissau and Conakry). Di Giacomo further reported that on Thursday the NGO Proactiva Open Arms retrieved the remains of five migrants from a capsized dinghy. These five deaths are not included in the 559 Mediterranean migrant and refugee fatalities recorded by IOM’s Missing Migrants Project through March 22. Also, IOM Libya’s Christine Petré reported Thursday that on Tuesday (21 March) local fishermen rescued 54 migrants – 50 men, four women) off Zuwarah. An estimated 120 people were on board a rubber boat, she reported, and that the remains of two male migrants were retrieved on shore. IOM Libya reports the total number of migrants rescued in Libyan water in 2017 is 3,457. Total known fatalities: 163 Last year at this time IOM recorded 554 Mediterranean fatalities, two thirds of those occurring off Greece in the Eastern Mediterranean. In 2017 so far only two fatalities have been recorded on this route. By contrast, nearly 560 of this year’s reported deaths have occurred on the routes to Italy and Spain – or about three times the combined 188 fatalities recorded on these two routes in 2016. Worldwide, Missing Migrants reports fatalities on this date top 1,050 (see chart, below), with the Mediterranean region accounting for the largest proportion of deaths – over half of the global total. As of March 23, Missing Migrants Project has recorded 20,157 migrant deaths since the start of 2014 – or over 20,000 migrant deaths recorded in just over three years.


Another MEDITERRANEAN TRAGEDY: It’s Only Africans and Christians They Drown Out


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Ethiopian Face of The Day: Richard Quest

Posted by addisethiopia on March 24, 2017

The Man Behind Ethiopia’s First Botanic Garden

I just read this story about the good Ethiopian botanical scientist, and twon things amused immediately:

1. Ethiopia’s 1st botanic garden? What about ‘Addis’ Bihere Tsige, which is as botanical as any Eurpean botanic garden? Do gardens have to their plants botanical names to qualify for gardens? Anyways, Prof. Sebsebe’s plan is a very good plan, as Ethioipia needs more gardens, parks and forests.

The report reads like this:

A leading Ethiopian botanical scientist plans to open Ethiopia’s first botanic garden. Professor Sebsebe Demissew says the continent needs people with the skills to advance plant research. The award-winning botanist has been explaining to us what the benefits of plants are to local people.


2. The 2nd thing that caught my attention is the striking resemblance I noticed between Professor Sebsebe and CNN weirdo Richard Quest. Exactly 9 years ago (21 Apr 2008) CNN’s most high-profile faces, Richard Quest was busted in New York’s Central Park with some drugs in his pocket, a rope around his neck that was tied to his genitals, and a sex toy in his boot, law-enforcement sources said. It wasn’t immediately clear what the rope was for. Madre mía! In case Mr. Quest still means business, and is fooling around with this sort of things, he should immediately go into rehab in one of the next botanic gardens of Professor Sebsebe.


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አለም (ዲያብሎስ) “ማየት ማመን ነው” ይለናል | እግዚአብሔር ደግሞ “ማመን ማየት ነው” ብሎ ያስተምረናል

Posted by addisethiopia on March 23, 2017

ኃይለኛ ጦርነት ላይ ነን!!!

መጋደላችን ከደምና ከሥጋ ጋር አይደለምና፥ ከአለቆችና ከሥልጣናት ጋር ከዚህም ከጨለማ ዓለም ገዦች ጋር በሰማያዊም ስፍራ ካለ ከክፋት መንፈሳውያን ሠራዊት ጋር ነው እንጂ።” [ኤፌሶን ፮፡፲፪]

  • ታኅሣሥ ፳፬ ቀን ፳፻፱ ዓ. – (ተክለሃይማኖት ነው) ሰበታ የሚገኘው የአቡነ አረጋዊ ቤተክርስቲያን በእሳት ቃጠሎ ሙሉ በሙሉ ወደመ።

  • ጥር ፲፬ ቀን ፳፻፱ ዓ. ስለዚህ ቆሼ አስከፊ ቆሻሻ ሽታ እንዲሁም አካባቢው በመስጊድ ጩኽት ስለመበከሉ፤ ብሎም ዲያብሎስ እንደዚህን በመሳሰሉት መሰናክሎች በኩል ምዕመናኑን እየተዋጋ ከቤተክርስቲያን በማራቅ ከክርስቶስ ለመለየት እነደሚሞከር አወሳን።

  • መጋቢት ፪ ቀን ፳፻፱ ዓ. በተለምዶ ቆሼ ሚባለው ስፍራ የተከሰተው አሳዛኝና አስደንጋጭ ዜና በመላው ዓለም መነጋገሪያ ለመሆን በቃ።

ሰበታ አቡነ አረጋዊ ቤተ ክርስቲያን በእሳት ቃጠሎ ሙሉ በሙሉ ስትወድም ጽላቶ ግን በተአምር አንዳችም ጉዳት ሳይደርስባቸው ተገኝተዋል

ታኅሣሥ ፳፬ ቀን ፳፻፱ ዓ. (ተክለሃይማኖት ነው) እማሆይ ፩ | ጽላቶ አንዳችም ጉዳት ሳይደርስባቸው መገኘታቸው ”ተአምር” እንደሆነ በስፍራው የነበሩትና የአይነ ምስክር የነበሩት እማሆይ ወለተኪዳን ለ ሸገር ኤፍ ኤምናግርው ነበር።

ሰበታ የሚገኘው የአቡነ አረጋዊ ቤተክርስቲያን በእሳት ቃጠሎ ሙሉ በሙሉ ወደመ። ሁለት ጽላቶች አንዳችም ጉዳት ሳይደርስባቸው መገኘታቸው ” ተአምር” እንደሆነ በስፍራው የነበሩ የአይን እማኝ ተናገሩ። ቃጠሎው በአገለጋዮች ስህተት የተነሳ እንደሆነም ተመልክቷል። የቃጠሎው መንሥኤ በግልጽ አልታወቀም።

ኢትዮ አዲስ እማሆይ ወለተ ኪዳንን በማነጋገር እንዳስተላለፈው ከሆነ በቃጠሎው ንዋየ ቀድሳት፣ አልባሳት፣ ቅዱስ መጽሃፍት፣ ሙዳየ ምጽዋትና ሙሉ መቀደሱ አመድ ሆኗል። ለሊቱን በሰበታ ኤሌክትሪክ ተቋርጦ ስለነበርና በእለቱ ቀዳሴ የሚደረገው ከሰዓት በኋላ በመሆኑ ፣ ማለዳ ኪዳን ለማድረስ የገቡ አገልጋዮች ጀነሬተር አብርተው ነበር። እናም ኪዳን አድርሰው ሲጨርሱ ያበሩትን ጀነሬተር ሳያጠፉ ይወጣሉ። ከዛም ቀኑ አቀራቢያ በሚገኘው የተክለዬ አርሴማ ቤተክርስቲያን ታቦት ስለሚወጣ ለአገልግሎት ወደዛ ያመራሉ።

እማሆይ እንዳሉት እንደተለኮሰ የተረሳው ጀኔረተር ይፈነዳና ቤተክርስቲያኑ ውስጥ እሳት ይነሳል። ቤተ ክርስቲያኑንን ሙሉ በሙሉ ያቃጥላል። ” በሚያሳዝን ሁኔታ ” አሉ እማሆይ ” በሚያሳዝን ሁኔታ ቤተ ክርስቲያኑ ዓመድ ሆነ” በመቀጠል ግን ” የእግዚአብሔርር ተአምር” ሲሉ ድንቅ የሆነ ነገር ተናገሩ፤ እንዲህ አሉ ” የእመቤታችን እና የአቡነ አረጋዊ ጽላቶች ከእነ አልባሳታቸው እሳት የሚባል ነገር አልነካቸውም”

‹‹ይህ ዅሉ የደረሰው በእኛ ኀጢአት ነው የደብሩ አገልጋይ ካህናትና የአካባቢው ምእመናን ጥላቻንና መለያየትን በማስወገድ፤ ከኀጢአት በመራቅ፤ በፍቅር፣ በሰላምና በአንድነት በመኾን ቅድስት ቤተ ክርስቲያንን በቅንነት እናገልግል” የቤተ ክርስቲያኗ አስተዳዳሪ መልአከ ሕይወት ሐዋዝ ተስፋ

ከታነጸ ጥር 3 ቀን አራተኛ ዓመቱን የሚይዘው የሰበታ አቡነ አረጋዊ ቤተክርስቲያን ላይ ስለደረሰው ቃጠሎ ዝግጅት ክፍሉ የሚመለከታቸውን ሃላፊዎች አላናገረም። ይህ ዘገባ እሰከታተመበት ሰዓት ድረስ ለቃጠሎው መነሻ ነው በሚል አዲስ መረጃ አልደረሰንም። በወቅቱ የእሳት አደጋ ስለመደረሱም ሆነ ስላደረገው ጥረትም የተባለ ነገር የለም። ቤተ ክርስቲያኑ ለወደፊት ገዳም እንዲሆን እቅድ እንደነበር እማሆይ ተናገረዋል።

ጥር ፲፬ ቀን ፳፻፱ ዓ. እማሆይ ፪ | እግዚአብሔር ወንድ አይልም ሴት አይልም፡ የሚፈልገው ቅን ልቦና ነው። እነ ገብረክርስቶስን፡እነ አቡነ አረጋዊን የመረጠ አምላክ ሲመርጥ ሴት ወንድ አይልም።

የሉሲፈር አገልጋይ ለመሆን የመረጣችሁት “ፊሚኒስቶች” ልብ በሉ!

ከሁለት ወራት በፊት፡ ልክ በዛሬው በጻድቁ አቡነ አረጋዊ ዕለት፡ “ቆሼ” አጠገብ በምትገኘው የ አቡነ አረጋዊ እና ገበረ ክርስቶስ ቤተክርስቲያን የእማሆይ እናታችንን ግሩም ትምህርት ለመከታተል በቅቼ ነበር። በዚህች ዕለት የተከሰተው ድርጊት ሁሉ እስካሁን ድረስ በጣም ያስገርመኛል፤ ይደንቀኛልም። እማሆይ ቪዲዮው ላይ የሚከተሉትን ትምህርት አካፈሉን፦

እግዚአብሔር የሚባርክ ጳጳስ ከመንበሩ፣ እውነተኛ ዳኛ ከሃገሩ አያጥፋብን! የቸርነቱን ሥራ ይስራልን! የሚባርክ ጳጳስ ከመንበሩ ያላሳጣን አምላክ ምስጋና ይድረሰው። አባቶቻችን አንድ ጳጳስ ለማግኘት፡ ያውም ከግብጽ ቋንቋው የማይታወቅ ጳጳስ ለማግኘት ስንት መከራ ነበረባቸው!? አሁን በየቦታው፡ በየክፍለሀገሩ ጳጳሳት፣ ቅስና ድቁና፣ ስልጣንነት የሚሰጡ ጳጳሳት ያበዛልን አምላክ ምስጋና ይድረሰው! የነሱ ለቅሶን ስቃይ ቆጥሮ በኛ በክፉው ዘመን ጳጳሳቱን አበዛልን።”

በ እማሆይ ስብከት መሃል፡ ጋኔናዊው የመስጊድ አዛን ጩኽት ከበስተጀርባቸው ልክ ሲለቀቅ፡ እማሆይ፡ “እየሰማችሁ ነው?„ አሉና፡ አሳላቸው (0654)። የሰውን መረበሽ ተመልከቱ። በነገራችን ላይ፡ እስራኤል ይህን ጩኽት እየከለከለች ነው፤ ኢትዮጵያ ልብ በይ! እማሆይ አለፍ ካሉ በኋላም፡ “መነኮሳትንም ጳጳሳትንም ሰይጣን እንዳያስታቸው ይጠብቅልን!„ አሉና አንዶት ቆንጆ የጥምቀት ግጥም አነበቡ። ዲያብሎስም ድል ተመታ! ሁሉም እዚህች ትንሽ ቪዲዮ ላይ ይታያል፤ ይሰማል!

ተመልከቱ የዲያብሎስን ተንኮል። መስጊዱ፡ ከጻድቁ አቡነ አረጋዊ እና ገብረክርስቶስ ቤተከርስቲያን ጎን መጥቶ በቅርብ ነው የተሠራው፤ የመጮሂያው ምሰሶም ከቤተክርስቲያኗ እና ከአካባቢው ህንፃዎች ከፍ ብሎ ነው የተተከለው፤ ልክ እንደ “ቆሼ” ይህም ቤተክርስቲያኗንና ህዘብ ክርስቶስን ለመረበሽ ታስቦ መቀመጡ ነው፤ በእውነት ሰይጣን ከቤተክርስቲያን አይርቅም። እንግዲህ ከዚህ የበለጠ ማስረጃ አይኖርም። የመሰናክሉ ብዛት፣ የጠላታችን ተንኮልና ምቀኝነት ሁልጊዜ በጣም ያስገርመኛል። ጦርነት ላይ፤ ከባድ ጦርነት ላይ ነው የምንገኘው። በርግጥ ጦርነታችን ስጋ ከለበሱት ወገኖቻችንን ጋር አይደልም፡ መንፈሳዊ ባሕርይ የያዘ ነው። ሆኖም፡ የጠላታችን የዲያብሎስ ርኩስና የክህደት መንፈስ በተለይ በእነርሱ ላይ በይበልጥ ያደረ በመሆኑ፡ በውነት የምንወዳቸው ከሆነ፡ ቢቻል ወደ ክርስቶስ እንዲመለሱ መታገል፡ ካልሆነና ካልተቻለ ደግሞ መራቅና ማራቅ ግድ ነው። አሊያ ህዝበ ክርሲትያኑ እየደነዘዘና መንፈሱ እየደከመ ስለሚመጣ፡(ተልዕኳቸውም ይህ ነው!) ሁሉም ነገር ለነርሱም ለኛም አደገኛና መራራ ነው የሚሆነው።

የእማሆይን ትምህርት ከተከታተልኩ በኋላ፡ ከአንድ የቤተክርስቲያን አገልጋይ በሳል ወጣት ወንድማችን ጋር ለሁለት ሰዓት ያህል በተለያይ አስገራሚ ርዕሶች ላይ ስወያይ ነበር። በተለይ ስለቆሼና አካባቢውን ስለከበቱ ሙስሊሞችና መስጊዶቻቸው። እኚህ ወጣት ለዚህችም ሆነ ለሌሎች ዓብያተክርስቲያናት ባቅራቢያ ከሚገኙት የሙስሊሞች ዳቦ ቤቶች ዳቦ እንደሚገዙ ሲነግሩኝ፡ “እንዴ! ለምን ከሙስሊም ቤት ዳቦ ለቤተክርስቲያን ይመጣል? እንዴት? የኛ ዳቦ እኮ ሕብስትም ነው፤ ትክክል እኮ አይደልም! ስጋ ቤቶቹ መከፋፈላቸው ያለ ምክኒያት ነበርን?„ ስላቸው፤ ወዲያው ነቃ ብለውና በመገረም፤ “እስካሁን ለምን እዚያ እንደምንገዛ አስበንበት አናውቅም፡ ቅርበቱ ነበር የታየን፡ ምን ሆነን ነበር? ይህ እኮ አልጠፋንም ነበር፤ግን አደንዝዘውን ይሆን?„ በማለት ሁለተኛ ከዚያ እንደማያመጡ ቃል ገቡልኝ።

መጋቢት ፪ ቀን ፳፻፱ ዓ. በቆሼ አደጋ ከሞቱት ወገኖች መካከል በኢየሱስ ያልዳኑትና፡ በወቅቱም፡ ርኩሱን ቁርዓን ሲቀሩ የነበሩት ህፃናት ይገኙበታል

ስለ “ቆሼ” አሳዛኝ አደጋ ዛሚ ኤፍ ኤምባቀረበው ትረካ ላይ፤ “ቆሼ በአካባቢው ነዋሪዎች፡ ደሪወይም አባታችንየሚል ቅጽል ስም ሰጥተውታል።” አለን፡ ጋዜጠኛው ወንድማችን ግዛቸው። “አባታችን”፡ ልብ በሉ። ቀጠል ያደርግና እዚያው አብረው ሲኖሩ የነበሩ ሙስሊም ሎተሪ ሻጭ ህፃናት “ቅዱስ” ቁርአን እየቀሩ ህይወታቸው እንዳለፍ ያወሳልናል።

እዚህ ላይ ሁለት የምያሳዝን ነገር ነበር የታዘብኩት፦

1. እነዚህ ሙስሊም ህፃናት “ክርስቶስ አልተወለደም! አልተሰቀለም!” የሚለውን ርኩሱን ቁርዓን እየቀሩ፡ እና አምላካችንን ክርስቶስን ሳይቀበሉ፡ሳይድኑ ህይወታቸው ማለፉ፣

2. እንደ ጋዜጠኛ ግዛቸው ያሉ እስላም ያልሆኑት ወገኖቻችን ርኩሱን ቁርዓን ለምን “ቅዱስ” እንደሚሉት ነበር እጅግ በጣም ያሳዘነኝ።

እኛ፤ አንድ አባት ነው ያለን፤ እርሱም ጌታችን ኢየሱስ ክርስቶስ ነው። አንድ ቅዱስ መጽሐፍ ነው ያለው፡ እርሱም መጽሐፍ ቅዱሳችን ነው። ሙስሊሞቹ ቅዱሱን መጽሐፋችንን ሲጸርፉት፣ ሲኮንኑት እንጂ፤ ሲያሞግሱት ወይም “ቅዱስ” ብለው ሲጠሩት ሰምተን እናውቃለንን? በጭራሽ!

ይህ ታሪክ ሌላ ምንን አስታወሰኝ፤ እዚህ ተመልከቱ – ከሁለት ዓመት በፊት በሜዲትራኒያን ባህር ጀልባ ላይ ተሳፍረው ለተሻለ ህይወት ወደ አውሮፓ ሲጓዙ በውሃው ላይ ማዕበል ተነሳ። ከዚያም ክርስቲያን አፍሪቃውያኑ ጸሎት ሲጀምሩ አብረዋቸው የነበሩት ሙስሊሞች ጸሎታችሁ ነው ማዕበል ያስነሳው በማለት የነበሩትን 10 ክርስቲያኖች ገድለው ለአሳ ቀለብ እንዲሆኑ ወደ ውሃው አሽቀነጠሯቸው። (አንበሣን ፈርቼ ዛፍ ላይ ብወጣ ነብር ጠበቀኝ)አንርሳ! ታዲያ አሁን በ ቆሼ የነበሩት ሙስሊሞች ቁራን ሲያቀሩ፡ ህዝበ ክርስቲያኑ እናንተናችሁ ያመጣችሁት ብሎ ሊያጠፋቸው ይሞክር ነበርን? በፍጹም፡ የማይታሰብ ነው! ለመሆኑ ስንቶቻችን ነን በቀን አምስት ጊዜ ለአላሃቸው የሚያደርጉት ጸሎት ግማሹ እኛን ክርስቲያኖችን እና አይሁዶችን የሚረግሙበት ጸሎት እንደሆነ የምናውቅ? እዚህ ተመልከቱ። አንዱ ወገናችን ይህን ስነግረው እና የጸሎቱን ጽሑፍ ሳሳየው፡ “አ አ ኧረረግ!„ አለና ራሱን ስቶ እስከ መውደቅ ደርሶ ነበር። እነርሱ ድግምቱንና መተቱን ባገኙት አጋጣሚ ሁላ፡ በዓይጦች ሳይቀር፡ እንደሚያደርጉብን አንዳንዶቻችን ደርሰንበታል፤ ሆኖም ስጋቸውን አይደለም የምንዋጋው፡ ያደረባቸውን ርኩስ መንፈስ እንጂ። ይህን መንፈስ በእረኛችን በእግዚአብሔር ስም፣ ከመለአክቶቻችንና ከቅዱሳኖቻችን ጋር አብረን እንዋጋዋለን።

በነገራችን ላይ፡ ቆሼ ተነስቶ የመናፈሻ ፓርክ ለመስራት እቅድ መኖሩ ሰሞኑን ተገልጦ ነበር። ይህ ትልቅ ነገር ነው፡ እንደ ተዓምርም ሊወሰድ የሚገባው ጉዳይ ነው። ወገኖቻችን ህሊና እንዲገዙ ለረዳቸው ቸሩ እግዚአብሔር ምስጋና ይድረሰው!!

በዚያን ጊዜ ሰዎች ለመከራ አሳልፈው ይሰጧችኋል፤ ይገድሏችኋል፤ በስሜም ምክንያት በሕዝቦች ሁሉ ዘንድ የተጠላችሁ ትሆናላችሁ፡፡ በዚያን ጊዜ ብዙዎች ሃይማኖታቸውን በመካድ ይሰናከላሉ፤ አንዱ ሌላውን አሳልፎ ይሰጣል፤ ሰዎችም እርስ በርሳቸው ይጣላሉ፡፡ ብዙ ሃሰተኞች ነቢያት ይነሣሉ፤ ብዙዎችንም ያሳስታሉ፤ ከክፋት ብዛት የተነሣ የብዙ ሰዎች ፍቅር ትቀዘቅዛለች፡፡ እስከ መጨረሻ በትዕግስት የሚጸና ግን ይድናል፡፡ ለሕዝቦች ሁሉ ምሥክር እንዲሆን ይህ የእግዚአብሔር መንግሥት ወንጌል በመላው ዓለም ይሰበካል፤ በዚያን ጊዜ መጨረሻው ይመጣል፡፡” [ማቴ. 24፥ 9–14]


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World Cities With The Best Quality Of Life In The World 2017

Posted by addisethiopia on March 20, 2017

Every year Mercer, one of the world’s largest HR consultancy firms, releases its Quality of Living Index, which looks at which cities provide the best quality of life.

The ranking is one of the most comprehensive of its kind and is carried out annually to help multinational companies and other employers to compensate employees fairly when placing them on international assignments, according to Mercer.

London and New York do not make it anywhere near the top of the list.

Looking at 450 cities across the world, Mercer takes into account the following metrics to judge which cities made the list for the best quality of life:

  • Political and social environment (political stability, crime, law enforcement)
  • Economic environment (currency-exchange regulations, banking services)
  • Socio-cultural environment (media availability and censorship, limitations on personal freedom)
  • Medical and health considerations (medical supplies and services, infectious diseases, sewage, waste disposal, air pollution)
  • Schools and education (standards and availability of international schools)
  • Public services and transportation (electricity, water, public transportation, traffic congestion)
  • Recreation (restaurants, theatres, cinemas, sports and leisure)
  • Consumer goods (availability of food/daily consumption items, cars)
  • Housing (rental housing, household appliances, furniture, maintenance services)
  • Natural environment (climate, record of natural disasters)

Mercer made a list of 230 countries

Vienna tops Mercer’s 19th quality of living ranking

Infrastructure is pivotal in determining quality of living for expats and cities

Vienna ranks highest for quality of living for the 8th year in a row

Singapore ranks first for city infrastructure. UK’s highest ranked city, London, ranks 40th for quality of living, 6th for infrastructure

Despite increased political and financial volatility in Europe, many of its cities offer the world’s highest quality of living and remain attractive destinations for expanding business operations and sending expatriates on assignment, according to Mercer’s 19th annual Quality of Living survey. City infrastructure, ranked separately this year, plays an important role when multinationals decide where to establish locations abroad and send expatriate workers. Easy access to transportation, reliable electricity, and drinkable water are all important considerations when determining hardship allowances based on differences between a given assignee’s home and host locations.

Economic instability, social unrest, and growing political upheaval all add to the complex challenge multinational companies face when analysing quality of living for their expatriate workforce,” said Ilya Bonic, senior partner and president of Mercer’s Career business. “For multinationals and governments it is vital to have quality of living information that is accurate, detailed, and reliable. It not only enables these employers to compensate employees appropriately, but it also provides a planning benchmark and insights into the often-sensitive operational environment that surrounds their workforce.

In uncertain times, organisations that plan to establish themselves and send staff to a new location should ensure they get a complete picture of the city, including its viability as a business location and its attractiveness to key talent,” Mr Bonic added.

Vienna occupies first place for overall quality of living for the 8th year running, with the rest of the top-ten list mostly filled by European cities: Zurich is in second place, with Munich (4), Dusseldorf (6), Frankfurt (7), Geneva (8), Copenhagen (9), and Basel, a newcomer to the list, in 10th place. The only non-European cities in the top ten are Auckland (3) and Vancouver (5). The highest ranking cities in Asia and Latin America are Singapore (25) and Montevideo (79), respectively.

Mercer’s survey also includes a city infrastructure ranking that assesses each city’s supply of electricity, drinking water, telephone and mail services, and public transportation as well as traffic congestion and the range of international flights available from local airports. Singapore tops the city infrastructure ranking, followed by Frankfurt and Munich both in 2nd place. Baghdad (230) and Port au Prince (231) rank last for city infrastructure.

Mercer’s authoritative survey is one of the world’s most comprehensive and is conducted annually to enable multinational companies and other organisations to compensate employees fairly when placing them on international assignments. In addition to valuable data, Mercer’s Quality of Living surveys provide hardship premium recommendations for over 450 cities throughout the world; this year’s ranking includes 231 of these cities.

The success of foreign assignments is influenced by issues such as ease of travel and communication, sanitation standards, personal safety, and access to public services,” said Slagin Parakatil, Principal at Mercer and responsible for its quality of living research. “Multinational companies need accurate and timely information to help calculate fair and consistent expatriate compensation – a real challenge in locations with a compromised quality of living.”

Mr Parakatil added, “A city’s infrastructure, or rather the lack thereof, can considerably affect the quality of living that expatriates and their families experience on a daily basis. Access to a variety of transport options, being connected locally and internationally, and access to electricity and drinkable water are among the essential needs of expatriates arriving in a new location on assignment. A well-developed infrastructure can also be a key competitive advantage for cities and municipalities trying to attract multinational companies, talent, and foreign investments.” 


Even with political and economic turbulence, Western European cities continue to enjoy some of the highest quality of living worldwide. Still in the top spot, Vienna is followed by Zurich (2), Munich (4), Dusseldorf (6), Frankfurt (7), Geneva (8), Copenhagen (9), and a newcomer to the list, Basel (10). In 69th place, Prague is the highest ranking city in Central and Eastern Europe, followed by Ljubljana (76) and Budapest (78). Most European cities remained stable in the ranking, with the exception of Brussels (27), dropping six places because of terrorism-related security issues, and Rome (57), down four places due to its waste-removal issues. Finally, Istanbul fell from 122nd to 133rd place as a result of the severe political turmoil in Turkey during the past year. The lowest ranking cities in Europe are St. Petersburg and Tirana (both ranked 176), along with Minsk (189).

Western European cities also hold most of the top ten places in the city infrastructure ranking with Frankfurt and Munich jointly ranking 2nd worldwide, followed by Copenhagen (4) and Dusseldorf (5). London is in 6th place, and Hamburg and Zurich both rank 9th. Ranking lowest across Europe are Sarajevo (171) and Tirana (188).

Cities that rank high in the city infrastructure list provide a combination of top-notch local and international airport facilities, varied and extended coverage through their local transportation networks, and innovative solutions such as smart technology and alternative energy,” said Mr Parakatil. “Most cities now align variety, reliability, technology, and sustainability when designing infrastructure for the future.”


In North America, Canadian cities take the top positions in the ranking. Vancouver (5) is again the region’s highest ranking city for quality of living. Toronto and Ottawa follow in 16th and 18th place respectively, whereas San Francisco (29) is the highest ranking US city, followed by Boston (35), Honolulu (36), New York (44), and Seattle (45). High crime rates in Los Angeles (58) and Chicago (47) resulted in these cities dropping nine and four places respectively. Monterrey (110) is the highest ranking city in Mexico, while the country’s capital, Mexico City, stands in 128th position. In South America, Montevideo (79) ranks highest for quality of living, followed by Buenos Aires (93) and Santiago (95). La Paz (157) and Caracas (189) are the lowest ranking cities in the region.

For city infrastructure, Vancouver (in 9th place) also ranks highest in the region. It is followed by Atlanta and Montreal, tied in 14th place. Overall, the infrastructure of cities in Canada and the United States is of a high standard, including the airport and bus connectivity, the availability of clean drinking water, and the reliability of electricity supplies. Traffic congestion is a concern in cities throughout the whole region. Tegucigalpa (208) and Port-au-Prince (231) have the lowest scores for city infrastructure in North America. In 84th place, Santiago is the highest ranking South American city for infrastructure; La Paz (168) is the lowest.


Singapore (25) remains the highest ranking city in the Asia-Pacific region, where there is great disparity in quality of living; Dushanbe (215) in Tajikistan ranks lowest. In Southeast Asia, Kuala Lumpur (86) follows Singapore; other key cities include Bangkok (131), Manila (135), and Jakarta (143). Five Japanese cities top the ranking for East Asia: Tokyo (47), Kobe (50), Yokohama (51), Osaka (60), and Nagoya (63). Other notable cities in Asia include Hong Kong (71), Seoul (76), Taipei (85), Shanghai (102), and Beijing (119). There is also considerable regional variation in the city infrastructure ranking. The highest-ranked city is Singapore (1), whereas Dhaka (214) is near the bottom of the list.

New Zealand and Australia continue to rank highly in quality of living: Auckland (3), Sydney (10), Wellington (15), and Melbourne (16) all remain in the top 20. However, when ranked for infrastructure, only Sydney (8) makes the top ten, with Perth (32), Melbourne (34), and Brisbane (37) also ranking well for infrastructure in Oceania. By and large, cities in Oceania enjoy good quality of living, though criteria such as airport connectivity and traffic congestion are among the factors that see them ranked lower in terms of city infrastructure.

Middle East and Africa

Dubai (74) continues to rank highest for quality of living across Africa and the Middle East, rising one position in this year’s ranking, followed closely by Abu Dhabi (79), which climbed three spots. Sana’a (229) in Yemen, Bangui (230) in the Central African Republic, and Baghdad (231) in Iraq are the region’s three lowest-ranked cities for quality of living.

Dubai also ranks highest for infrastructure in 51st place. Only five other cities in this region make the top 100, including Tel Aviv (56), Abu Dhabi (67), Port Louis (94), Muscat (97), and upcoming host of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, Doha in Qatar, which ranks 96th for infrastructure. Cities in African and Middle Eastern countries dominate the bottom half of the table for infrastructure, with Brazzaville (228) in the Republic of the Congo, Sana’a (229), and Baghdad (230) ranking the lowest.

Notes to Editors

Mercer produces worldwide quality-of-living rankings annually from its Worldwide Quality of Living Surveys. Individual reports are produced for each city surveyed. Moreover, comparative quality-of-living indexes between a base city and host city are available, as are multiple-city comparisons. Details are available from Mercer Client Services in Warsaw, at +48 22 434 5383 or at

The data was largely analysed between September and November 2016, and it will be updated regularly to account for changing circumstances. In particular, the assessments will be revised to reflect significant political, economic, and environmental developments.The list of rankings is provided to media for reference, and should not be published in full. The top 10 and bottom 10 cities in either list may be reproduced in a table.

The information and data obtained through the Quality of Living reports are for information purposes only and are intended for use by multinational organisations, government agencies, and municipalities. They are not designed or intended for use as the basis for foreign investment or tourism. In no event will Mercer be liable for any decision made or action taken in reliance of the results obtained through the use of, or the information or data contained in, the reports. While the reports have been prepared based upon sources, information, and systems believed to be reliable and accurate, they are provided on an “as-is” basis, and Mercer accepts no responsibility/liability for the validity/accuracy (or otherwise) of the resources/data used to compile the reports. Mercer and its affiliates make no representations or warranties with respect to the reports, and disclaim all express, implied and statutory warranties of any kind, including, representations and implied warranties of quality, accuracy, timeliness, completeness, merchantability, and fitness for a particular purpose.

Expatriates in Difficult Locations: Determining Appropriate Allowances and Incentives

Companies need to determine expatriate compensation packages rationally, consistently, and systematically using reliable data. Providing incentives to reward and recognise the effort that employees and their families make when taking on international assignments remains a typical practice, particularly for difficult locations.

Two common incentives include a quality-of-living allowance and a mobility premium:

§ A quality-of-living or “hardship” allowance compensates for a decrease in the quality of living between home and host locations.

§ A mobility premium simply compensates for the inconvenience of being uprooted and having to work in another country.

A quality-of-living allowance is typically location-related, while a mobility premium is usually independent of the host location. Some multinational companies combine these premiums, but the vast majority provides them separately.

Quality of Living: City Benchmarking

Mercer also helps municipalities to assess factors that can improve their quality of living rankings. In a global environment, employers have many choices about where to deploy their mobile employees and set up new business. A city’s quality of living can be an important variable for employers to consider.

Leaders in many cities want to understand the specific factors that affect their residents’ quality of living and address those issues that lower a city’s overall quality-of-living ranking. Mercer advises municipalities by using a holistic approach that addresses the goals of progressing towards excellence and attracting both multinational companies and globally mobile talent by improving the elements that are measured in its Quality of Living survey.

Mercer Hardship Allowance Recommendations

Mercer evaluates local living conditions in more than 450 cities surveyed worldwide. Living conditions are analysed according to 39 factors, grouped in 10 categories:

1. Political and social environment (political stability, crime, law enforcement, etc.).

2. Economic environment (currency exchange regulations, banking services).

3. Socio-cultural environment (media availability and censorship, limitations on personal freedom).

4. Medical and health considerations (medical supplies and services, infectious diseases, sewage, waste disposal, air pollution, etc.).

5. Schools and education (standards and availability of international schools).

6. Public services and transportation (electricity, water, public transportation, traffic congestion, etc.).

7. Recreation (restaurants, theatres, cinemas, sports and leisure, etc.).

8. Consumer goods (availability of food/daily consumption items, cars, etc.).

9. Housing (rental housing, household appliances, furniture, maintenance services).

10. Natural environment (climate, record of natural disasters).

The scores attributed to each factor, which are weighted to reflect their importance to expatriates, permit objective city-to-city comparisons. The result is a quality of living index that compares relative differences between any two locations evaluated. For the indices to be used effectively, Mercer has created a grid that enables users to link the resulting index to a quality of living allowance amount by recommending a percentage value in relation to the index.

My Note: I’m certain Addis Abeba would land in the top 10, if they took into account the metrics of Spiritual Life, Air Quality (Altitude + Sun, Light), Food Quality (Organic vs. Chemicals). Two days ago, I learned that a remote tribe living deep in the Amazon (Bolivia) is found to have the healthiest arteries ever studied. Does this tell us about quality of life? Do “rich” Northern Nations have enough money to paint their skies this BLUE?


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Ethiopian Face of The Day: Sunlen Serfaty

Posted by addisethiopia on March 20, 2017

Just saw her – except for her skin color (not significant), her eyes, her nose, her smile, her soft voice, the smallness of her face – everything looks Ethiopians

Sunlen Serfaty is a national correspondent for Washington-based CNN. Sunlen worked as an associate producer of television and radio projects for the Washington Post from May 2003 to September 2004. She was also affiliated with ABC News as a local general assignment reporter. In 2008, Sunlen covered President Obama presidential campaign for ABC News.

Sunlen Serfaty joined CNN with a precise knowledge in political campaign and White House reporting. Sunlen worked for CNN Newsource in the network’s Washington bureau where news coverage was her main task. Later, she joined the general assignment team of CNN in Washington, D.C.

Sunlen Serfaty has been covering the 2016 presidential election. She has reported the Nominees of the Republican party from all over the country. Sunlen is known as the most diversified journalist on the national and breaking news with a huge knowledge of Washington politics.

It’s regrettable, though, that Sunlen works for VERY FAKE NEWS CNN!


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የሰው ልጅ (ክርስቶስ) በማታስቡበት ሰዓት ስለሚመጣ ተዘጋጅታችሁ ኑሩ

Posted by addisethiopia on March 19, 2017

መዝሙር ዘደብረ ዘይትእንዘ ይነብር እግዚእነ

ምስባክ፦ እግዚአብሔርሰ ገሀደ ይመጽእ፤ ወአምላክነሂ

ኢያረምም፤ እሳት ይነድድ ቅድሜሁ (መዝ. 492-3)

‹‹ጌታችሁ በየትኛው ሰዓት በይትኛው ቀን እንደሚመጣ አታውቁምና ተግታችሁ ጠብቁ፤››

(ማቴ 2442)

‹‹የሰው ልጅ(ክርስቶስ) በማታስቡበት ሰዓት ስለሚመጣ ተዘጋጅታችሁ ኑሩ፤›› (ማቴ 2444)

ይህ ዓለም ኃላፊ፣ ረጋፊ፣ ጠፊ መሆኑን ቤተ ክርስቲያን ሁልጊዜ ታስተምረናለች። የኢትዮጵያ ኦርቶዶክስ ተዋሕዶ ቤተ ክርስቲያናችንም ይህ ዓለም ዘለዓለማዊ አለመሆኑን፤ አንድ ጊዜ የሚያልፍና የሚጠፋ መሆኑን ቢያንስ በዓመት ሁለት ጌዜ ለምእመናን ልጆችዋ

1/ በደብረ ዘይት (በግማሽ ጾም ላይ)

2/ በዓመቱ የመጨረሻው እሑድ ላይ አጽንኦት ታሳስባለች

ዓለም ስንል መላውን የዓለምን ሕዝብ ጭምር ነው። ታዲያ ሁላችንም ለመጨረሻው ቀን ሁልጊዜ ተዘጋጅተን እንድንጠብቅ ቅደስት ቤተ ክርስቲያናችን ‹‹ጌታችሁ በየትኛው ሰዓት በይትኛው ቀን እንደሚመጣ አታውቁምና ተግታችሁ ጠብቁ፤›› (ማቴ.2442) እያለች ዘወትር ታሳስበናለች።

ደብረ ዘይት ይህ የዛሬው ሰንበት ደብረ ዘይት ይባላል። ደብረ ዘይት ከኢየሩሳሌም ከተማ ባሻገር በስተምሥራቅ በኩል የሚገኝ ኮረብታማ ቦታ ነው። በመካከሉ የቄድሮስ ወንዝና ሸለቆ ይገኛሉ። ቦታው የወይራ ዘይት ዛፍ በብዛት የሚገኝበት ስለሆነ ደብረ ዘይት ተባለ። የዘይት ዛፍ የሞላበት ተራራ ማለት ነው። ጌታ የጸለየበትና እመቤታችን የተቀበረችበት ጌቴሴማኒ የተባለውም የአትክልት ቦታ በዚሁ ኮረብታ ስር ነው የሚገኘው። ደብረ ዘይት የሚያስታውሰን ጌታ ስለ ዳግም ምጽአቱ በቦታው ያስተማረው ትምህርት ነው።

አንድ ቀን የጌታ ደቀ መዛሙርትና ፈረሳውያን ስለ ጌታ መምጣትና የዓለም መጨረሻ መቼ እንደሚሆን በዚሁ ኮረብታማ ስፍራ (ደብረ ዘይት) ጌታችንን ጠየቁት። የጌታም መልስ ‹‹ጌታችሁ በየትኛው ቀን እንደሚመጣ አታውቁምና ተግተቃችሁ ጠብቁ›› እንዲሁም ‹‹የሰው ልጅ በማታስቡት ሰዓት ስለሚመጣ ተዘጋጅታችህ ኑሩ፤›› (ማቴ 242444) የሚል ነበር።

ዳግም ምጽአት፦ ምጽአት ምንድን ነው? ምጽአት ሲባል እጅግ ያስደነግጣል፣ ያስፈራልም። ምጽአት ማለት ጌታችን ወደዚህ ዓለም የሚመጣበት ጊዜ ማለት ነው። ይኸውም አንደኛ የጌታ ምጽአትሁለተኛ የጌታ ምጽአት በመባል ይታወቃል። ‹‹ወአውሥአ ወይቤሎሙ ዑቁ ኢያስሕቱክሙ» ኤፌ 56 ያንጊዜ ክርስቶስ ከወዲህ አለ ከወዲያ የለም ቢላችሁ አትመኑ እነሆ አስቀድሜ ነገርኳችሁ ከቤተ አለ ከበርሐ አለ ቢላችሁ አትውጡ እነሆ በምኩራብ ይስተምራል ቢላችሁ በጀ አትበሉ ›› ማቴ. 25-23

የመጀመሪያው የጌታ ምጽአት፦ ነቢያትና የጥንት አባቶች በተነበዩትና ተስፋ በአደረጉት መሠረት ክርስቶስ ወደዚህ ዓለም መጥቶ ከቅዱስት ድንግል ማርያም ተወልዶ እኛ ሕዝቦቹን ከመከራ ሥጋ ከመከራ ነፍስ አድኖናል። ጌታ ቀድሞ የመጣው ለምሕረት፣ ለቸርነት፣ ለይቅርታና ሰውን ለማዳን፣ ሰውን ይቅር ለማለት፣ ለማስተማር ትሑት ሆኖ፣ በፈቃዱ ክብሩን ዝቅ አድርጎ፣ የሰውን ሥጋ ለብሶ ነው የመጣው። ይህንንም ፈጽሞ እኛ በረከተ ሥጋንና በረከተ ነፍስን የምንገኝበትን ቤተ ክርስቲያንን መሥርቶልናል። ይህ የጌታችን የመጀመሪያው ምጽአት ይባላል።

ሁለተኛው ምጽአት፦ ወደፊት ክርስቶስ የሚመጣበት ሁለተኛው ምጽአት ይባላል። ክርስቶስ ወደፊት የሚመጣው ከፍ ባለ ግርማና በታላቅ ክብር፣ በአስፈሪነት፣ በእምላክነቱ ክብርና በግርማ መለኮቱ በመላእክት ታጅቦ ነው። ዛሬ በቅዳሴ ጌዜ የተነበበው የማቴዎስ ወንጌል ‹‹የሰው ልጅም በኃይልና በታላቅ ክብር በደመና ላይ ሆኖ ይመጣል፤›› (ማቴ. 2430) ሲል አስረድቶናል። ጌታችን መድኃኒታችን ኢየሱስ ክርስቶስ በመጨረሻ የሚመጣው ለምሕረትና ለይቅርታ ሳይሆን ለእያንዳንዱ ሰው በዚህ ዓለም እንደ ሠራው ሥራ መሠረት ዋጋውን ለመስጠት፣ ዋጋውን ለመክፈል እንደ ሠራው ሥራ መሠረት ዋጋውን ለመስጠት፣ ዋጋውን ለመክፈል እንደ ታላቅ ዕለተ ዕለት (የክብር ዕለት) ወይንም ዕለተ ፍዳ ወደይን (የፍዳና የመከራ ዕለት) ትባላለች። ዕለተ ክብር (የክብር ዕለት) የምትባልበትም ምክንያት ጌታ ጌትነቱን፣ ከብሩን የሚገልጥባት፣ ለወዳጆቹ ለጻድቃን፣ ለሰማዕታትና በአጠቃላይ ሕጉን ትእዛዙን አክብረውና ፈጽመው ለኖሩት ለተቀደሱት ምእምናን ክርስቲያኖች ዋጋቸውንና የሚገባቸውን ክብር የሚሰጥባተ ዕልት ስለሆነች ነው። እነዚህ ቅዱሳን በዚህ ጊዜ ታልፋልች የምትባለውን መንግሥተ ሰማያት የሚወርሱባት ቀን ስልሆነች ነው።

ስለ ሰው ልጅ ትንሣኤ፦ ሰው ከሞተ በኋላ አንድ እንስሳትና እንደ አራዊት ፈርሶ በስብሶ አፈር ትብያ ሆኖ የሚቀር ፍጥረት አይደለም ነገር ግን ሰዎች ቢሞቱም በመጨረሻው ጊዜ በዕለተ ምጽአት ሕይውትን አግኝተው ለዘለዓልም ለመኖር በሥጋ ይነሣሉ። የሰው ልጅ ትንሣኤ ሁለት ዓይነት ነው፦

(). የከብር ትንሣኤ

(). የሐሳር (የመከራ) ትንሣኤ


የክብር ትንሣኤ የሚባለው ሰዎች በምድር ሕይወታቸው ሳሉ በሚሠሩአቸው መልካም ሥራ ሁሉ እንዲሁም ሕጉን ትእዛዙን አክብረውና መፈጽመው ስለኖሩ ከልዑል እግዚአብሔር የክብር ዋጋ ጽድቅን መንግሥተ ሰማያትን የሚያገኙበት ስለሆነ ነው። የመከራ ትንሣኤ የሚባለው ደግሞ ሰዎች በምድር ሕይወታቸው ሳሉ በሚሠሩተ ክፉ ሥራ ሁሉ በጌታ ዘንድ ፍዳና መከራ፤ ሐሳርና ኵነኔ የሚያገኙበትና ወደ ገሃነመ እሳት የሚወርዱበት ስለሆነ ነው።

የሰው ልጀ በምድር ላይ ሲኖር በሚሠራው ሥራ ሁሉ ከሞተ በኋላ ክልዑል እግዚበሔር ዘንድ ተገቢውን ፍርድ ያገኛል። የሚሰጠውም ፍርድ በሁለት ይከፈላል፤

1/ ጊዜያዊ ፍርድ

2/ የመጨረሻ ፍርድ ይባላሉ

ጊዜያዊ ፍርድ፦ ሰው ከዚህ ዓለም በሞት እንደተለየ በሠራው ሥራ መሠረት ጊዜያዊ ፍርድ አግኝቶ ወደ ጊዜያዊ ማረፊያወደ ገነት ወይም ወይም ሲኦል ይገባል።

የመጨረሻው ፍርድ፦ የመጨረሻው ፍርድ የሚባለው ደገሞ ሰዎች በምድር ሕይወታቸው መልክም ሥራ የሠሩ፤ የእግዚብሔርን ሕግን ትእዛዝ ጠብቀው የኖሩ በመጨረሻው ጊዜ በሥጋ ተነሥተው ዓለም ሲፈጠር ጀምቶ የተዘጋጀውን መንግሥተ ሰማያትን እንዲወርሱ የሚሰጣቸው ፍርድ ነው። ማቴ. 2541-46 ያለውን አንብብ።

ገሀነመ እሳት፦ ገሃነመ እሳት የሚባለው ደግሞ ሰዎች በዚህ ዓለም ሕይወታቸው ክፉ ሥራ ሲሠሩ የቆዩ፦ ሕጉንና ትእዛዙን ሳይፈጽሙ የኖሩ ሁሉ በመጨረሻው ፍርድ ጊዜ እነሱም በሥጋ ሥቃይና መከራ ቦታ ገሀነመ እሳት ይገባሉ። ማቴ 2541 -46 ያለውን አንብብ ።

ምስጋና ወቀሳ፦ በመጨረሻው ፍርድ ጊዜ ጌታ ለጻድቃን የሚሰጠው ምስጋናና ኃጥአንን የሚወቅስበት የተግሣጽ ቃን የማኀበራዊ አገለግሎትን የሚመለከት ነው።

ቀጥለው ያንብቡ

ደብረ ዘይት = ደብረ ዘይት


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Christianity On The Rise In Bangladesh As Tens Of Thousands Of Muslims Are Turning Away From Allah To Embrace Jesus

Posted by addisethiopia on March 16, 2017

Christianity is making such significant gains in one Muslim-majority nation in South Asia that local evangelists are now envisioning the day when their country would become a Christian nation.

The country is Bangladesh, the fourth largest Muslim nation in the world with a population of 164.8 million people, only 866,000 of whom are Christian, according to Open Doors USA.

Christian Freedom International (CFI) says official figures claim that 89.1 percent of the country’s population are Muslim, 10 percent Hindi, and less than 1 percent Christian.

However, the numbers are deceiving. CFI says official reports on religious composition only count “traditional Christians,” or Bangladeshis who are born into the Christian faith and attend government approved churches. The surveys and reports do not include former Muslims who converted to Christianity.

The consensus among believers in Bangladesh is that Christians now make up at least 10 percent of the country’s population and is growing more every day. If the 10 percent figure is correct, then this Muslim-dominated nation is now the home of at least 15.6 million Christians, CFI says.

In fact, one local pastor says Christianity is growing so fast that it has become “a real problem” for the country’s Muslim leaders.

“In the last 12 months, more than 20,000 Muslims have converted to Christianity, and this is becoming a real problem for the Muslims,” says Pastor Khaleque, a former Muslim who is now a Christian street pastor.

The rise of Christianity has also resulted in the increased persecution of believers and crackdown on underground Christian churches as Muslim leaders try to stamp out the threat to their religion.


May the growth continue until the abominable religions are wiped out and every nation on earth honors the universal kingship of Christ.„


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የኩፍኝ / ጉድፍ ክትባት ውስጥ ምን እንዳለ ብታውቁ ያንገሸግሻችኋል

Posted by addisethiopia on March 15, 2017

ኩፍኝ ወይም ጉድፍ ክትባት ንጥረ ነገሮች የሚከተሉት ናቸው፦
(Varicella – Varivax frozen
/ የቀዘቀዘው የኩፍኝ ክትባት)

  • Human Embryonic Lung Cell Cultures (የሰው ፅንሥ የሳንባ ሕዋሳት)
  • Guinea Pig Cell Cultures (የጊኒ አሳማ ሕዋሳት)
  • Human Diploid Cell Cultures (WI-38) (የሰው ዳይፕሎይድ ህዋሳት)
  • Human Diploid Cell Cultures (MRC-5) (የሰው ዳይፕሎይድ ህዋሳት)
  • Sucrose (ሱካር)
  • Hydrolyzed Gelatin (የኃይድሮ ጀላቲን)
  • Sodium Chloride (ሶዲየም ክሎራይድ)
  • Monosodium L-Glutamate (ሞኖሶዲየም ግሉታሜት / ጨው ነገር)
  • Sodium Phosphate Dibasic (ሶዲየም ፎስፌት የብረት አየኖች ወይም ጨው ተኪ)
  • Potassium Phosphate Monobasic (የፖታስየም ፎስፌት አንድወጥመሠረታዊነት)
  • Potassium Chloride (ፖታስየም ክሎራይድ)
  • Edta (Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid) (ሶዲየም ጨው ድብልቅ አሲድ / ኬሚካሎች)
  • Neomycin (ሰፋያለ አንቲቢኦቲክ)
  • Fetal Bovine Serum (ከጭኑ የከብቶች ሴረም)

በኩፍኝ መያዝ እንዴት መጥፎ ነገር ነው ከውርጃ ክሊኒኮች በተገኙ ሰብዓዊ የሳንባ ሕዋሳት፣ በሰው ሕዋስ መስመሮች እና ላም ሽል ክፍሎች ልጆች መርፌ ከመውጋት የበለጠ የሚከፋ ነገር ይኖራልን? እኛ ጋርማ ትልልቆች ሳይቀሩ ይህን ይወጋሉ። ይህ እጅግ በጣም የሚያንገሸግሽ ነው! በስንቱ መጡብን፡ ጃል?! ምን ዓይነት አስቀያሚ ዓለም ነው!

ምንጭ: CDC: [ (secure)]


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The Book Of Enoch’s Fallen Angels Imprisoned In Antarctica And Are Still Alive!

Posted by addisethiopia on March 15, 2017

The book of Enoch seems to reveal that the fallen Angels are still alive and may very well be in Antarctica. No wonder all that strange things that happen in this barren waist land. But what is more shocking is that Enoch reveals that the fallen Angels are still effecting events and men on the earth.

The Ethiopian Book Of Enoch Chapter 18 And 19 Speaking Of Antartica – Where The Fallen Angels Were Locked Up?

Chapter 18

1. I then surveyed the receptacles of all the winds, perceiving that they contributed to adorn the whole creation, and to preserve the foundation of the earth.

2. I surveyed the stone which supports the corners of the earth.

3. I also beheld the four winds, which bear up the earth, and the firmament of heaven.

4. And I beheld the winds occupying the exalted sky.

5. Arising in the midst of heaven and of earth, and constituting the pillars of heaven.

6. I saw the winds which turn the sky, which cause the orb of the sun and of all the stars to set; and over the earth I saw the winds which support the clouds.

7. I saw the path of the angels.

15. Then the angel said, This place, until the consummation of heaven and earth, will be the prison of the stars, and the host of heaven.

16. The stars which roll over fire are those which transgressed the commandment of God before their time arrived; for they came not in their proper season. Therefore was He offended with them, and bound them, until the period of the consummation of their crimes in the secret year.

Chapter 19

1. Then Uriel said, Here the angels, who cohabited with women, appointed their leaders;

2. And being numerous in appearance made men profane, and caused them to err; so that they sacrificed to devils as to gods. For in the great day there shall be a judgment, with which they shall be judged, until they are consumed; and their wives also shall be judged, who led astray the angels of heaven that they might salute them.

3. And I, Enoch, I alone saw the likeness of the end of all things. Nor did any human being see it, as I saw it.

The Ark of Gabriel, Antarctica, Russia and the Apocalypse

A strange series of seemingly linked news stories popped up recently about something called the Ark of Gabriel. It’s referred to as “Gabriel’s Instructions To Muhammad” and is mentioned in conjunction with mass deaths in Saudi Arabia, Russian military operations, secret bases in Antarctica and, most recently, the leader of the Russian Orthodox Church. What is the Ark of Gabriel and why is it suddenly in the news?

While substantiated references to the Ark of Gabriel seem to be non-existent, there are plenty of unsubstantiated tales about it. The most popular story is that the Archangel Gabriel – who many believe told Mary she would give birth to Jesus and dictated the Koran to the Prophet Muhammed – also gave an ark to Muhammed to bury at a place of worship where it would not be removed until the end of the world. It’s not the same as the Ark of the Covenant, which is mention in the Christian Bible and the Koran.

That place of worship was believed to be the Grand Mosque (Masjid al-Haram Mosque) in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, where millions pilgrimage annually. The Grand Mosque was being expanded in 2015 when, on September 11th, a crane fell, killing 107 people, including a construction crew. One rumor was that the construction crew had discovered the Ark of Gabriel and was killed by a “plasma emission.” Less than two weeks later, on September 24th, an estimated 4,000 worshipers were killed in what was officially called a stampede and unofficially called another “plasma emission” linked to the Ark.

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It is a fact backed up by The One and Only True Holy Bible that the Gabriel which announced the birth of the Savior to Mary was in no way the said imposture freak that said thus and so to the false prophet Mohammit. To confuse the two is doing what the current anti-Pope Francis does is making common cause with terror. This deadly Arc of Gabriel shares no thing with the holy God of the Bible.

Could The Crane Collapse in New York Be Related to The Mecca Collapse on 9/11?


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USA: These Mutants Should Be Deported to Saudi Barbaria – Not Ethiopia

Posted by addisethiopia on March 15, 2017

Because they are not welcomed amymore, their time is up, they don’t belong there — these bloodsuckers brought nothing to Ethiopia but darkness, cruelty, wickedness, hatred, sadness, backwardness & parasitism

Father Imprisoned for Genital Cutting Is Deported to Ethiopia

A man who in 2006 became the first person in the United States to be convicted of female genital cutting was deported on Monday to his home country, Ethiopia, after serving 10 years in prison, federal authorities said.

The man, Khalid Adem, 41, used scissors to remove the clitoris of his 2-year-old daughter in his family’s Atlanta-area apartment in 2001, prosecutors in Gwinnett County, Ga., said. He was convicted of aggravated battery and cruelty to children. The case led to a state law prohibiting the practice, which was already prohibited by a federal law and is a common social ritual in parts of the world but is broadly condemned.

A young girl’s life has been forever scarred by this horrible crime,” Sean W. Gallagher, a field office director for Immigration and Customs Enforcement, said in a statement on Tuesday. “The elimination of female genital mutilation/cutting has broad implications for the health and human rights of women and girls, as well as societies at large.”




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