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፫ቱ ጥቁር መሪዎች + ፫ቱ ጥቁር ስፖርተኞች + G7 + ለንደን + በአክሱም ጽዮን ላይ የተከፈተው ጂሃድ

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on July 12, 2021

💭 በዚህች ፕላኔት ላይ ከዓለም የጤና ድርጅት የኮቪድ ክትባትን ለመቀበል አሻፈረኝ ያሉት የሦስት(፫) አገሮች የመንግሥት ባለሥልጣናት የቡሩንዲ ፣ ታንዛኒያ እና ሃይቲ ፕሬዚደንቶች ብቻ ናቸው። ሦስት ጥቁር መሪዎች በተከታታይ ሞተዋል፤ ባለፈው ሳምንት የተገደሉት፤

የሃይቲ ፕሬዚደንት ጆቭንል ሙሴ

ቀደም ሲል ደግሞ፤

የታንዛኒያ ፕሬዚደንት ዮሐንስ ማጉፉሊ

የቡሩንዲ ፕሬዚደንት ፔየር ንኩሩእንዚዛ

ነበሩ። በአጋጣሚ?

👉 የቡሩንዲ ፕሬዚደንት “በድንገት” ከመሞታቸው ከጥቂት ጊዜ በፊት፤ ጴንጤዎች የተለመደውን ‘ትንቢታቸውን’ እንዲህ ሲቀባጥሩ፤ ፕሬዚደንቱ ከቀድሞው የተመድ ዋና ፀሐፊ፤ ‘ባን ኪ ሙን’ ጋር ይታያሉ። አዲስ የዓለም ስርዓት ኢሉሚናቲ የዘመን መጨረሻ ሰይጣናዊ የማለማመጃ ቅድመ ሁኔታ፡ (NWO Illuminati Endtime Satanic Conditioning)

👉 “በድንገት” የሞቱት የታንዛኒያው ፕሬዚደንት ቀብር ሥነ ሥርዓት።

💭 ልክ በኢትዮጵያ፣ ናይጄሪያ፣ አይቮሪ ኮስት ወዘተ ክርስቲያን መሪዎች ተነስተው እንደ ግራኝ አህመድሙሃመዱ ቡሃሪአለሳኔ ኡታራየመሳሰሉት ሙስሊሞች በወንበራቸው እንደተተኩት በታንዛኒያም ሙስሊሟን ሴት፤ ሳሚያ ሃሰንን ለፕሬዚደንትነት አብቅተዋታል (የታንዛኒያ ሞፈሪያት አቴቴ ካሚል መሆኗ ነው)

👏 ሦስቱ የእንግሊዝ ጥቁር ስፖርተኞች፤ Rashford – Sancho – Saka ፩. ራሽፎርድ ፣ ፪. ሳንቾ ፣ ፫. ሳካ

ከአራት ሳምንታት በፊት የጂ7 ጉባኤና የጽዮን ልጆች ሰላማዊ ሰልፎች በተደረጉባት በለንደን ከተማ በተካሄደው በዚህ ዓመቱ የአውሮፓ ዋንጫ የመጨረሻ ጨዋታ ላይ ሦስት የእንግሊዝ እግር ኳስ ብሔራዊ ቡድን ተጫዋቾች የቅጣት ምቱን በመሳታቸው እንግሊዝ በኢጣሊያ ተሸነፈች። ሦስቱም ተጫዋቾች ጥቁሮች ናቸው።

ገና ጨዋታው ሳይጀመር፤ ማርቆስ ራሽፎርድን ካስገቡት የሆነ ነገር ሊፈጠር እንደሚችል የሆነ ስሜት ተሰምቶኝ ነበር። (አሁን ነጭ ዘረኞች በጥቁሮች ላይ የጥላቻ ዘመቻቸውን ጀምረዋል)

በአክሱም ጽዮን ላይ በሉሲፈራውያኑ የሚመራው ጂሃድ ከመጀመሩ ከ፪ ወራት በፊት ያቀረብኩት ቪዲዮ፤ (ሙሉውን ታች በአስተያየት መስጫ ሳጥን ውስጥ ያገኙታል!)

👉በማንቸስተር ሕይወቱ ያለፈችው ሕፃንቅዱስ‘+ የማርያም መቀነት የሚነግሩን ትልቅ ነገር አለ

በቅድሚያ ለሕፃን ቅዱስ ወንድወሰን፤ ቤተሰቦች መጽናናቱን ይስጥልን! እናቱ ፊት በሚያሳዝን መልክ ማረፉ ልቤን ነበር የሰበረው።”

💭 All Three Presidents Who Declined The Covid Vaccine Are Now DEAD

የኮቪድ19 ክትባቱን ውድቅ ያደረጉት ሦስቱም ጥቁር ፕሬዚደንቶች አሁን ሞተዋል፤ በአጋጣሚ?

Sometimes, an ugly truth is staring us in the face, we need only to see it and speak it for the reality to become clear.

There are only three (3) countries on this planet whose government officials refused to accept the COVID-19 vaccine from the World Health Organization: Burundi, Tanzania, and Haiti.

The officials in those countries who declined the vax were Presidents in each of those countries.

❖ In Haiti it was Jovenel Moïse

❖ In Burundi it was President Pierre Nkurunziza

❖ In Tanzania it was President John Magufuli

All three of those Presidents are now DEAD. Coincidence?

What are the odds of these three particular men, all dying in office . . . and the only thing they have in common is that they refused to accept the vaccine for their countries?

To many people, their deaths look like murder; although the one in Haiti was straight up murder, he was assassinated by men with guns.

DEPOPULATION

Many people have speculated that the entire COVID-19 was a staged, intentionally deadly attack on humanity itself.

There are people on this planet who believe that humanity itself is like a virus against the planet. They believe humanity is destroying the planet and so, they continue, humanity must be culled.

Many of those people are in positions of great power and wealth.

It is thought by a large number of people that the so-called “vaccine” for COVID-19 is the method by which these people have decided to cull humanity.

So, the theory goes, they hyped a “novel coronavirus” which is shown to have a 99.6% SURVIVAL RATE, as a reason to get a new, untested, unproven “vaccine.” The trouble is, this vaccine does not use active or even attenuated virus in it, but instead uses mRNA technology, which has never been used as a “vaccine” anywhere on the planet, ever before.

Many, many people have already DIED after getting this “vaccine” and hundreds-of-thousands are severely injured, some permanently disabled, after getting it.

If this theory about using a vaccine to cull humanity is true, would the people perpetrating it even hesitate to murder three Presidents?

And if they’re willing to murder Presidents, would they even think twice about murdering YOU?

Source

💭 ኢትዮጵያ ሆይ! አውሬው መንግስት በተመረዙ ጭንብሎች እየገደለሽ ነው | ታንዛንያ ጭንብልን ከለከለች

ኤርትራም አብዮት አህመድ ልስጥሽ ያላትን የቻይና ጭንብሎች አልፈልግም በማለት ከልክላለች፤ ስለዚህ በኮሮና የሞተ ሰው የለም። በየበረሃው እየሄደ ያለቀው ወገን ይበቃናል ያለ ይመስላል ኢሳያስ አፈወርቂ።

ቀደም ብለን አስጠንቅቀናል፤ ኢትዮጵያ ውስጥ ኮሮና የለችም። ኮሮና ወደ ኢትዮጵያ ገብታ ከሆነ ግብረሰዶማዊነትና መሀመዳዊነትን አራማጁ አብዮት አህመድ ነው የሚያስገባው። በዚህ አትጠራጠሩ! ከጅምሩ ያየነውን አይተናል! በጊዜውም አሳውቀናል፣ አስጠንቅቀናል። ይህ ወንጀለኛ መስተዳደር ለሁሉም ነገር ተጠያቂ ነው።

ሰሞኑን ከታዩኝ ኃይለኛ የሆኑ ህልሞች መካከል አንዱ ይህ ነው፦ ወገኖቼ በቁማችሁ እየገደሏችሁ ነው። በመጭው ክረምት በሚሊየን የሚቆጠሩ ኢትዮጵያውያንን ለመግደል እየተዘጋጁ ነው! በኮሮና፣ በጭንብል፣ በዳቦ፣ በሚሪንዳ፣ በውሃ፣ በዘይት፣ በሜንጫ፣ በእሳት፣ በጥይት እየጨፈጨፏችሁ ነው።

👉 ቀደም ሲል የሚከተለውን ጽሑፍ አቅርቤው ነበር፦

አውሬው መንግስት የተመረዙ ጭንብሎችን መልበስ የሚያስገድደው ኢትዮጵያውያንን ለማድከም ነው

አዎ! ለምርምራቸው ሆነ ለሌላ ብዙ ጉዳይ እንደ አዲስ አበባ ባሉ ከፍተኛ ቦታዎች ላይ የሚኖሩ ሕዝቦችን እጅግ በጣም ይፈልጓቸዋል!

አብዮት አህመድና ሉሲፈራውያኑ ሞግዚቶቹ እንዳቀዱት ኢትዮጵያውያንን በኮሮና ወረርሽኝ መሰባበር አልተቻላቸውም፤ ስለዚህ አሁን አካሄዳቸውን ትንሽ ቀየር አድርገው በእንጭብል በኩል፣ ቀጥሎም በመድኃኒት፣ በምግብና መጠጥ በኩል ይመጡብናል።

የአፍና የአፍንጫ መሸፈኛ ጭንብል አደገኛ ነው፤ ከባድ የኦክስጅን እጥረት ያስከትላል።

እንዳውም ጭንብሉን ያጠለቁት ሰዎች ካላጠለቁት በቫይረሱ በይበልጥ ሊጠቁ እንደሚችሉ የህክምና ተመራማሪዎች በማሳወቅ ላይ ናቸው። በዚያ ላይ ጭንብሎቹ መርዛማ ኬሚካሎችን ከያዙ ነገሮች እንደሚመረቱና እንደ አዲስ አበባ የኦክስጅን መጠን በጣም ዝቅተኛ በሆነባቸው ከፍተኛ ቦታዎች ላይ የሚገኙ ነዋሪዎች በዚህ በይበልጥ ሊጠቁ እንደሚችሉ መታወቅ ይኖርበታል።

ቪዲዮው ላይ እንደሚታየው በደቡብ አሜሪክዋ ፔሩ ከፍተኛ በሆኑ ቦታዎች ላይ የሚኖሩ ሰዎች

ጭንብሉ በፈጠረው የኦክስጅን እጥረት የተነሳ ክፉኛ እየታመሙና እየሞቱ ነው።

እንደ አዲስ አበባ ከፍተኛ በሆኑ ቦታዎች ላይ የሚገኙ ከተሞች የኦክስጅን መጠን በባሕር ጠለል

ላይ ከሚገኙ ቦታዎች በ 30 – 60 % ያነሰ ነው። አየሩ ላይ ብዙ ኦክስጅን የለም ማለት ነው። እንደ አዲስ አበባ በመኪና ናፍጣ አየሩ በተበከለባቸው ከፍተኛ ቦታዎች ላይ በሚገኙ ከተማዎች ላይ ጭምብል ማድረግ፤ የሚገኘው የኦክስጅን መጠን ምናልባት በ80% ያነሰ ይሆናል። ሰው ያንቀላፋል፣ ጤንነቱ ክፉኛ ይታወካል፣ እንደ አስማ የመሳሰሉ የጤና ችግሮች ያሉበት ይሞታል ማለት ነው። ኦክስጅን አየር አልቆ በካርቦን ዳይኦክሳይድ ብቻ ይጥለቀለቃል ማለት ነው። መርዝ!

አውሬው ይህን ያውቃል፤ ኢትዮጵያውያን የህክምና ባለሙያዎችም ይህን በሚገባ ያውቁታል፤ ነገር ግን ቡዙዎቹ የአውሬው አገልጋይ ስለሆኑ ይህን በጣም አስፈላጊ የሆነ መረጃ ላስተማራቸው ድሃሕዝብ እንዳያካሉት አፋቸው በዘዴ ተለጉሟል።

ኮሮና ኢትዮጵያ ውስጥ የለም፤ ገብቶም ከሆነ የግራኝ አህመድ መንግስት ነው በሻንጣና በአውሮፕላን ያስገባት። እንደተመኙትና እንደጠበቁት ቫይረሱ ኢትዮጵያውያንን አልገደለላቸውም፤ ስለዚህ አሁን አውሬው መንገስት ማንኛውም ሰው የፊት መሸፈኛ (ጭንብል) መልበስ እንዳለበት አስገዳጅ መመሪያ አውጥቶ ያልለበሱትን ምስኪን ኢትዮጵይይ እያሳደደ በማሰር ላይ ነው። ቤተ ክርስቲያን ገብቶ የሚገድል መንግስት ለሕዝቡ ጤና ሊያስብ?

እስኪ እንታዘበው በብዙ ሺህ ነዋሪዎቻቸውን በኮሮና ቫይረስ ባጡት የአውሮፓ ሃገራት እንኳን ጭንብል የመልበስ ግዴታ የለም። እንዲያውም በተቃራኒው አሁን ከቤተ ክርስቲያን እስከ ቡና ቤቶች ሁሉም በሮቻቸውን ለምዕመናን እና ለጎብኝዎች በመክፈት ላይ ናቸው።

👉 በከፍተኛ ቦታ ላይ የሚገኙ ፲ /አሥሩ የዓለማችን ዋና ከተማዎች (ሁሉም በአፍሪቃ፣ እስያ እና ላቲን አሜሪካ ብቻ ነው የሚገኙት)

ከባህር ጠለል በላይ፦

፩ኛ. ላ ፓዝ ፥ ቦሊቪያ ፤ 3,640 ሜትሮች ከፍታ

፪ኛ. ኪቶ ፥ ኤኳዶር ፤ 2,580 ሜትሮች ከፍታ

፫ኛ. ቦጎታ ፥ ኮሎምቢያ ፤ 2,625 ሜትሮች ከፍታ

፬ኛ. አዲስ አበባ ፥ ኢትዮጵያ ፤ 2,355 ሜትሮች ከፍታ

፭ኛ. ቲምፉ ፥ ቡታን ፤ 2,334 ሜትሮች ከፍታ

፮ኛ. አስመራ ፥ ኤርትራ ፤ 2,325 ሜትሮች ከፍታ

፯ኛ. ሳናአ ፥ የመን ፤ 2,250 ሜትሮች ከፍታ

፰ኛ. ሜክሲኮ ከተማ ፥ ሜክሲኮ ፤ 2,240 ሜትሮች ከፍታ

፱ኛ. ቴህራን ፥ ኢራን ፤ 1,830 ሜትሮች ከፍታ

፲ኛ. ናይሮቢ ፥ ኬኒያ ፤ 1,795 ሜትሮች ከፍታ

👉 የሚከተለውን ከወር በፊት በጦማሬ ጽፌ ነበር፦

ኮሮና ቫይረስ – አውሮፕላን – ኦክስጅን – እስትንፋስ – እጣን

5ጂ ቴክኖሎጂ ገና ያልገባባት ኢትዮጵያ ደግሞ ለዚህ ቫይረስ ስርጭት ጥናት በጣም አመቺ በመሆኗ የኢትዮጵያ አየር መንገድ ወደ ቻይና የሚያደርገውን በረራ እንዳያቋርጥ ተደረገ። በአለማችን እንደ አዲስ አበባ ከባህር በላይ በ2500 ሜትር ከፍታ ላይ በብዙ ሚሊየን የሚቆጠሩ ሰዎች የሚኖሩባቸው ቦታዎች ጥቂት ናቸው። እናስታውስ ከሆነ እ..አ በ2006 .ም ላይ የአውሮፓውያኑ ግዙፍ አውሮፕላን ኤርበስ 380 የከፍተኛ ቦታ ሙከራ በረራውን በአዲስ አበባ ነበር ያካሄደው።

የኢትዮጵያ ከተሞች ከፍተኛ ቦታዎች ላይ ስለሚገኙ ለምሳሌ በአዲስ አበባ የሚገኘው የኦክስጂን (ጽሩህ አየር) መጠን በአውሮፓ፣ አሜሪካ ወይም አረቢያ ከሚገኘው የኦክስጂን መጠን በ30% ያነሰ ነው። ብዙ ኦክስጅን ባለመኖርና አየሩም ቀጭን በመሆኑ የደገኛ ኢትዮጵያውያን ሳንባዎች ትልልቅና ቀይ የደም ሕዋሳታቸውም የበዛ፤ ባጭሩ በጣም ጤናማ የሆነ አካል አላቸው። የኢትዮጵያውያኑ አካላዊ ጤናማነት ከመንፈሳዊው ብርታት ጋር መደመሩ ሉሲፈራውያኑን ያስፈራቸዋል፣ ያስቀናቸዋል፣ ያስጠላቸዋል። ስለዚህ በተገኘው አጋጣሚ ሁሉ ይህን በቀጥታም ሆነ በተዘዋዋሪ ለመዋጋት ብዙ ሲደክሙ ይታያሉ።

ባለፈው ዓመት ልክ በዚህ ዕለት፤(መገጣጠሙ የሚገርም ነው!)መጋቢት 252011 ላይ በባህር ዳር ከተማ የሚገኘው የፈለገ ሕይወት ስፔሻላይዝድ ሪፈራል ሆስፒታል የሜዲካል ኦክስጅን ማምረቻና ማከፋፈያ ማዕከል ተመረቆ ነበር። በምረቃ ስነ ስርዓቱ ላይ ባደረጉት ንግግር ፕሬዚዳንት ሳህለወርቅ በኢትዮጵያ ደረጃውን የጠበቀ የኦክስጅን አገልግሎት መስጠት ከተቻለ በእርግዝና ወቅት የሚሞቱ 11 ሺህ ሴቶች፣ በተወለዱ የመጀመሪያ ወራቶች የሚሞቱ 60 ሺህ ህፃናትንና በየዓመቱ በሳንባ ምች የተነሳ የሚሞቱ 30 ሺህ ህፃናትን መታደግ ይቻላልብለው ነበር።

በወቅቱ የክልሉ ርዕሰ መስተዳድር የነበሩት ዶክተር አንባቸው መኮንን ደግሞ፦ ማዕከሉ በኦክስጅን አገልግሎት እጥረት ምክንያት ረጅም ዕድሜ መኖር እየቻሉ በአጭር የሚቀጩ ኢትዮጵያውያንን ህይወት ለመታደግ የሚያስችል ነውሲሉ ተናግረው ነበር። ከሁለት ወር በኋላ ዶ/ር አንባቸው ኦክስጅኑን ሳይስቡ በገዳይ አብይ ተረሸኑ። በወቅቱ የጤና ሚኒስትር የነበሩትም ዶክተር አሚር አማን የአማራ ክልል ጤና ቢሮ፣ ሳልትስ ፕሮጀክት፣ ጂኢ ፋውንዴሽንና ግራንድ ቻሌንጅ ካናዳን ለዚህ ፕሮጀክት መሳካት ላደረጉት ጥረት ምስጋናቸውን በማቅረብ ብዙም ሳይቆዩ ከስልጣናቸው ተሰናብተዋል። ምን የሚይውቁት ነገር ይኖር ይሆን?

ለማንኛውም፤ ይህ ሉሲፈራውያኑ ያስቀመጡት መንግስት 100% የኢትዮጵያ እና ኢትዮጵያውያን ጠላት ነው። የኢትዮጵያ አየር መንገድ የቻይና በረራውን አሁንም ቀጥሏል፣ የቱርክ አየር መንገድ ወደ አዲስ አበባ የሚበር ሌላው ብቸኛ አየር መንገድ ነው። ቅሌታማ በሆነ መልክ አላግባብ እስር ቤት ውስጥ እንዲገባ የተደረገው ጋዜጠኛ ያየሰው ሽመልስ፤ በኢትዮጵያ የኮሮና ቫይረስ የሚያመጣውን 200 ሺህ መቃብሮች እንዲቆፈሩ መንግስት ትዕዛዝ ሰጥቷል” ማለቱ በሰሜን ኢትዮጵያውያን ላይ ምን እየተዘጋጀ እንደሆነ በመንደርተኝነት ቫይረስ ላልተጠቃነው ዜጎች ብዙ የሚጠቁመን ነገር አለ። አብይ አህመድ አማራእና ትግሬየተባሉትን ኢትዮጵያውያንንን በወረርሽና እና ጥይት ሳይጨፈጭፍ እንቅልፍ አይወስደውም። አውሬው በኢትዮጵያ እና ኢትዮጵያዊነት ላይ ከፍተኛ ጥላቻ ነው ያለው፤ ለዚህም ነው ሉሲፈራውያኑ ስልጣን ላይ አስቀምጠው የሚሸልሙት። ይህን ሁሌ እናስታውስ!

ባለፈው ጊዜ የአሜሪካ ባለሥልጣናት በቨርጂኒያ አካባቢ ያሉትን የኢትዮጵያ ኦርቶዶክስ ተዋሕዶ አብያተ ክርስቲያናትን በየመንገዱ ጸሎተ ዕጣን በማድረስ ማዕጠንት እንዲፈጽሙ መጠየቃቸውንም ያለ ምክኒያት አለመሆኑን እናስታውሰው። እንደሚታወቀው የአሜሪካ ስለላ ተቋም ሲ.አይ.ኤ ዋና መሥሪያ ቤት በቨርጂኒያ ግዛት ነው የሚገኘው።

ለማንኛውም አጋንንቱን እና ጨረሩን ሁሉ ከእኛ የሚያርቁልን ክቡር መስቀሉ፣ ጸበሉ እና እጣኑ ናቸው!

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Hundreds of Women and Girls Brutalized by Soldiers in Tigray War

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on July 8, 2021

Victims say for every person who seeks help, many more are suffering in fear

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Ethiopian Military Loots UNICEF Office in Tigray | Reports of Mass Starvation

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 30, 2021

The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy,” Jesus says in [John 10:10]. “I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.”

💭 Reports of Mass Starvation Emerge in Ethiopia’s War-torn Tigray Region

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The plea arrived from a remote area that had so far produced only rumors and residents fleeing for their lives. Help us, the letter said, stamped and signed by a local official. At least 125 people have already starved to death.

Trapped in one of the most inaccessible areas of Ethiopia’s conflict-torn Tigray region, beyond the reach of aid, people “are falling like leaves,” the official said.

The letter dated June 16, obtained by The Associated Press and confirmed by a Tigray regional health official, is a rare insight into the most urgent unknown of the war between Ethiopian forces backed by Eritrea and Tigray’s former leaders: What’s the fate of hundreds of thousands of people cut off from the world for months?

As the United States warns that up to 900,000 people in Tigray face famine conditions in the world’s worst hunger crisis in a decade, little is known about vast areas of Tigray that have been under the control of combatants from all sides since November. With blocked roads and ongoing fighting, humanitarian groups have been left without access.

A possible opening emerged this week when Ethiopia’s government announced an immediate, unilateral cease-fire after Tigray fighters re-entered the regional capital and government soldiers fled. An official for the United States Agency for International Development told U.S. lawmakers on Tuesday that some aid groups were expected to test the cease-fire immediately in an effort to reach remote areas.

However, it isn’t clear whether other parties in the conflict, including troops from neighboring Eritrea accused of some of the war’s worst atrocities, will respect the cease-fire. A Tigray spokesman rejected it as a “sick joke” and vowed to fully liberate the region.

The letter that reached the regional capital, Mekele, this month from the cut-off central district of Mai Kinetal was just the second plea of its kind, the health official who confirmed it said. The first had been a message from Ofla district reporting 150 deaths from starvation, which the United Nations humanitarian chief shared in a closed-door session of the U.N. Security Council in April, bringing an angry response from Ethiopia’s government.

But the letter from Mai Kinetal is different, the health official said, offering badly needed, well-compiled data that lay out the devastation line by line: At least 440 people have died, and at least 558 have been victims of sexual violence. More than 5,000 homes have been looted. Thousands of livestock have been taken. Tons of crops have been burned.

“There is no access to clean water; electricity, phone communication, banking, health care, and access to humanitarian aid are blocked,” district leader Berhe Desta Gebremariam wrote. “People are unable to move around to save their lives because Eritrean troops completely put us under siege with no transportation, and people are condemned to suffer and die.”

Looted farmers in the largely agricultural district have been left without the seeds to grow food, Berhe wrote, warning that without aid 2021 and 2022 will be catastrophic. The one aid delivery to Mai Kinetal that wasn’t blocked was based on a badly outdated 1995 census, meaning half the district’s residents were left out. The aid was later looted by Eritrean troops.

Residents had been coming by foot from Mai Kinetal with word that people were starving, the Tigray regional health official said, speaking on condition of anonymity for fear of retaliation. But the letter confirms the details and extent of the crisis.

“It’s so terrible. It’s so terrible,” he said. “We know that people are dying everywhere.”

Other unreachable districts remain silent, he said, as phone services are cut in much of Tigray.

Asked about Mai Kinetal, a senior U.N. humanitarian official called it “an especially critical area for us to reach” and confirmed to the AP that aid had not made it into the district, and a number of others, since the conflict began.

Overall, the U.N. estimates that 1.6 million people remain in Tigray’s hard-to-reach areas, and the U.N. children’s agency last week warned that at least 33,000 severely malnourished children in hard-to-reach areas face the “imminent risk of death” without more aid. But humanitarian workers warn that the situation is especially fluid now amid some of the fiercest fighting yet.

Even the unilateral cease-fire announced this week is designed not to last. Ethiopia’s government says it will end once the farming season in Tigray is over, which means September. How needed seeds and other supplies will reach farmers across the region in time is not clear.

For Tigrayans with loved ones trapped inside inaccessible areas, the lack of information has meant months of fear and despair.

“Every time I get to talk to someone who managed to flee from the area, it’s like a round of pain and shock again and again,” said Teklehaymanot G. Weldemichel, a diaspora Tigrayan from Mai Kinetal. He said his family home there had been shelled at the beginning of the war, and his parents later returned to find every item in the house taken by Eritrean soldiers, even photo albums and frames.

One resident who fled to Sudan, Kibreab Fisseha, told the AP that a cousin with diabetes who stayed in Mai Kinetal had died because of lack of food. “Both my parents are still there,” Kibreab said. “They are hiding in the house and I hope they are fine until help comes.”

Another Mai Kinetal resident told the AP he has been able to speak with his mother just once since the war began, in a short conversation about a month ago before phone service disappeared again.

“I have been calling ever since the war started,” he said, giving only his first name, Tsige, to protect his family. He said his mother described fierce fighting as Eritreans took control of their village and many people fled.

Tsige’s father, in his 70s, was among those too old to leave. Eritrean soldiers one day came to the house and asked him to bring them water. He did, and the soldiers later spared him. But other residents who were found during house-to-house searches and suspected of links to the Tigray fighters were killed, Tsige said. Homes abandoned by fleeing families were burned.

When another relative refused to hand over his cattle to Eritrean soldiers, they slaughtered him in front of his grandson, Tsige said. In all, he knows at least 11 people in Mai Kinetal who have been killed, including a deaf man in his 70s.

“Every day could change the lives of my family,” said Tsige, who is studying in Japan and feels helplessly far away. “I have to prepare for the worst. Every few minutes you think about your family, are they alive?”

Tsige is too young to know the famine that ravaged Ethiopia, especially the Tigray region, amid conflict in the 1980s and shocked the world, but he grew up hearing about it from his family. He pleaded for the international community to act and for Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed to “be a human person” and end the war.

“It’s happening now again, and we’re just watching it happen,” Tsige said. “I don’t want to see a documentary filmed after my family has died. I want action now.”

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🧒UNICEF — Children🧒

😈 “Evil Abiy Ahmed – A Mission-Oriented Child Serial Killer”

Mission-Oriented Child Serial Killers are considered as ordinary persons, and they kill a particular group of people. They may focus on killing people from a specific religion, social class, or race. Their goal is to eliminate the group or exterminate as many of its members as possible.

Child serial killers and adult serial killers exhibit similar characteristics. The fear of death, which normal persons have is absent in serial killers. They enjoy the act of killing, which gives them emotional gratification. They are attracted to kill, as they gain pleasure from the action. In their early childhood, they exhibit one or all the behaviors of the MacDonald triad. The

psychological activities are analyzed from the drive of the killer to the phases of execution.

Those are all the observable characteristics of the person Abiy Ahmed Ali – The anti-Tigrayan, anti-Ethiopia, anti-Orthodox-Christian, anti-Christ serial murderer. He is realizing his dreams of eliminating non Oromos so that he could wage his oromization, islamization and protestantization Jihad against Orthodox Christian Ethiopia – whose cradle is Tigray. He even appointed a Muslim female Jihadist as minister of ‘PEACE’ – to mock Orthodox Christians of Ethiopia – to underestimate or undermine the power of The True Prince of Peace, Lord Jesus Christ and his Gospel of Forgiveness. There will be severe penalties for these wicked individuals and their colleagues.

[Revelation 20:9-10]

They marched across the breadth of the earth and surrounded the camp of God’s people, the city he loves. But fire came down from heaven and devoured them. And the devil, who deceived them, was thrown into the lake of burning sulfur, where the beast and the false prophet had been thrown. They will be tormented day and night for ever and ever

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Three MSF Employees ‘Brutally Murdered’ in Ethiopia’s Tigray

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 25, 2021

የ፴፭/35 ዓመቷ ስፓኒያዊቷ ማሪያ ሄርናንዴዝ በመሰቃየት ላይ ያለውን ሕዝባችንን ለማገልገል የሃገሯን ምቾት እና የቤተሰቦቿን ፍቅር ትታ ከማድሪድ ወደ ኢትዮጵያ ብትሄድ እንዲህ የአውሬው ግራኝ አብዮት አህመድ አሊ የግድያ ሰለባ ሆነች። 😈 ይህ አረመኔ የዲያብሎስ ጭፍራ ሕጻናትን ይገድላል፣ ሴቶችን ይገድላል፣ ሕፃናትንና ሴቶችን ያስደፍራል፣ ቀሳውስትንና ካህናትን ይገድላል፣ በመኝታ ላይ ያሉ ንጹሐንን ይገድላል፣ መስዋዕት ከፍለው የመጡትን የውጭ ሃገር እንግዶችን ይገድላል።

 “ማሪያ/ ማሪያም” የሚለውን ቅዱስ ስም መስጠት ቢፈቀድ የሚገባቸው እንደርሷ ያሉ ልዩ ሴቶች ነው። 

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✞✞✞ ነፍሳቸውን ይማርላቸው! Q. D. E. P – Descanse en Paz! R.I.P

Three employees working for the Spanish branch of Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) were killed by unknown assailants in Ethiopia’s Tigray region, the medical charity said on Friday.

MSF-Spain lost contact with a vehicle carrying the team on Thursday afternoon, it said in a statement. “This morning the vehicle was found empty and a few metres away, their lifeless bodies.”

“We condemn this attack on our colleagues in the strongest possible terms and will be relentless in understanding what happened,” the statement said.

It identified the victims as emergency co-ordinator Maria Hernandez, 35, from Madrid, assistant co-ordinator Yohannes Halefom Reda, 31, from Ethiopia, and their Ethiopian driver Tedros Gebremariam Gebremichael, also 31.

They are among at least 12 aid workers reported killed since fighting broke out in November between Ethiopia’s military and forces loyal to the region’s former ruling party, the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF). The conflict has killed thousands of people and displaced more than 2 million.

Ethiopia’s foreign ministry sent condolences via Twitter, but said it had been urging aid agencies to secure military escorts in the area. The ministry said TPLF forces were active in the town of Abiy Addi where the attack occurred. MSF did not confirm the location.

A TPLF spokesman could not immediately be reached for comment.

Spain’s foreign ministry said it was engaging with the aid agency and the Ethiopian government on the attack.

“A heartfelt hug to the family and colleagues of Maria … who has been murdered in Ethiopia where she was helping the population,” tweeted Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, who also sent condolences to the families of Yohannes and Tedros.

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WHO’s Dr. Tedros Says Victims of Ethiopia Air Strike Denied Access to Medical Care

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 25, 2021

WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus accused authorities in Ethiopia on Friday of blocking ambulances from reaching scores of victims of an air strike this week, a rare case of speaking out in his official capacity about the conflict in his homeland.

Tedros, who is an ethnic Tigrayan and former Ethiopian Cabinet minister, referred in his opening remarks at a WHO briefing to the air strike this week which hit a crowded market in his native region. The federal government has been waging war against fighters loyal to the former regional authorities since last year.

Ambulances were blocked for more than a day from attending the scene and evacuating the wounded for medical care,” Tedros said.

WHO is currently providing life-saving trauma and surgical supplies to a hospital that is treating survivors who were able to reach care,” Tedros said. “Attacks on civilians anywhere are completely unacceptable and so is denying them access to immediate care, because we lose lives.”

Tedros has occasionally tweeted about the conflict in Tigray, but has rarely mentioned it while speaking publicly in his official capacity as head of the WHO.

Ethiopia’s government has accused him in the past of supporting its opponents in the Tigray conflict, the Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front, which he previously represented as Ethiopia’s health minister and foreign minister.

Ethiopia’s military has denied that any civilians were among those killed in the air strike on the town of Togoga near the regional capital Mekelle. A military spokesman said on Thursday that all those struck were combatants, wearing civilian clothes.

Residents and doctors, however, have said that women and children were among the dead and wounded. A health official working on the response to the air strike said on Friday the death toll had risen to 64 killed, with 180 other people wounded.

The incident was one of the deadliest in months in a conflict in which the government had said major fighting largely ended last year.

It happened after residents described an increase in fighting in recent days, and fell on the anniversary of a 1988 air strike by Ethiopia’s then-ruling communists that killed hundreds of civilians, an event widely commemorated in Tigray.

On Friday, Tedros also tweeted a message from medical charity Medecins sans Frontiers, which reported that three of its staff had been killed in Ethiopia.

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Evil Abiy Ahmed – A Mission-Oriented Child Serial Killer

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 25, 2021

Mission-Oriented Child Serial Killers are considered as ordinary persons, and they kill a particular group of people. They may focus on killing people from a specific religion, social class, or race. Their goal is to eliminate the group or exterminate as many of its members as possible.

Child serial killers and adult serial killers exhibit similar characteristics. The fear of death, which normal persons have is absent in serial killers. They enjoy the act of killing, which gives them emotional gratification. They are attracted to kill, as they gain pleasure from the action. In their early childhood, they exhibit one or all the behaviors of the MacDonald triad. The psychological activities are analyzed from the drive of the killer to the phases of execution.

Those are all the observable characteristics of the person Abiy Ahmed Ali – The anti-Tigrayan, anti-Ethiopia, anti-Orthodox-Christian, anti-Christ serial murderer. He is realizing his dreams of eliminating non Oromos so that he could wage his oromization, islamization and protestantization Jihad against Orthodox Christian Ethiopia – whose cradle is Tigray. He even appointed a Muslim female Jihadist as minister of ‘PEACE’ – to mock Orthodox Christians of Ethiopia – to underestimate or undermine the power of The True Prince of Peace, Lord Jesus Christ and his Gospel of Forgiveness. There will be severe penalties for these wicked individuals and their colleagues.

[Revelation 20:9-10]

They marched across the breadth of the earth and surrounded the camp of God’s people, the city he loves. But fire came down from heaven and devoured them. And the devil, who deceived them, was thrown into the lake of burning sulfur, where the beast and the false prophet had been thrown. They will be tormented day and night for ever and ever

[Mark 9:42]

But whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in Me to stumble, it would be better for him if a millstone were hung around his neck, and he were thrown into the sea.„

✞✞✞[የማርቆስ ወንጌል ምዕራፍ ፱፥፵፪]✞✞✞

በእኔም ከሚያምኑት ከእነዚህ ከታናናሾቹ አንዱን የሚያሰናክል ሁሉ ትልቅ የወፍጮ ድንጋይ በአንገቱ ታስሮ ወደ ባሕር ቢጣል ይሻለው ነበር።”

💭 He Promised Peace. Then He Tore His Country Apart

By Tsedale Lemma

Birhan Girmay, healthcare beneficiary

👉 Ms. Lemma is the founder of Addis Standard, an independent monthly magazine based in Ethiopia. She writes regularly about the country’s politics and society.

Ahead of Ethiopia’s general election on Monday, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has been laying out his grand ambitions for the country. He wants it to be “comfortable for all Ethiopians,” he recently told a TV interviewer, “where every Ethiopian moves around relaxed, works and prospers.” The country, he said, should be one whose “sovereignty is respected and feared, and whose territorial integrity is preserved.”

He’s going about it in a horrifying way. For eight months, Mr. Abiy’s government has been waging brutal war on one of its regions, Tigray, killing thousands of people, displacing over two million and creating a disastrous famine. Comfort, relaxation, work and prosperity could not be farther away. Far from respect, the act has brought international outcry. And as for territorial integrity, the war effort has relied on Eritrean soldiers, whom Isaias Afwerki, the country’s leader, refuses to withdraw.

But the war in Tigray, though exceptional in its brutality, is not an isolated case. Since he came to power on a wave of enthusiasm in 2018, Mr. Abiy has consistently demonstrated his tendency to ruthlessly centralize power. Political opponents, set against the creation of a new ruling party in Mr. Abiy’s image, have been sidelined, even jailed. Many have been shocked by this behavior — after all, Mr. Abiy was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2019 — but in fact, he’s following a coherent philosophy and strategy. Elaborately explained in his book “Medemer,” a word coined by the prime minister to mean togetherness, the approach seeks unity among the people of Ethiopia and cohesion in its state.

And it’s tearing the country apart.

For the disasters he’s unleashed, look no further than Tigray. Since Mr. Abiy announced the assault in November as a “law enforcement” mission, it has metastasized into all-out war. Numerous corroborated reports have revealed the horrific scale of violence, including massacres, endemic sexual violence and a famine that threatens the lives of more than 350,000 Tigrayans. While the world has yet to learn the real death toll, the region, with a population of more than six million, has been decimated. And there is no end in sight.

The war, which has become a gruesome byword for ethnic cleansing, is Mr. Abiy’s punishment for Tigray’s refusal to accept his authority. (The precursor to the assault was the region’s decision, in defiance of the government, to hold an election in September.) But Tigray is not alone in paying the price for challenging Mr. Abiy’s centralizing moves. In Oromia, where he’s from, Mr. Abiy has overseen a brutal crackdown — responsible, in 2019 alone, for over 10,000 arrests and a number of extrajudicial executions — in the name of countering a rebellion led by the Oromo Liberation Army, an armed opposition group.

After the assassination of a popular Oromo musician, Hachalu Hundessa, in June of last year, repression became yet more violent. In protests against the killing, whose perpetrators are still unknown, at least 123 people were killed, including 76 by security forces. In the aftermath, numerous opposition politicians — including Mr. Abiy’s former ally, Jawar Mohammed — were jailed. In response, the two main opposition parties withdrew from Monday’s election, leaving Mr. Abiy’s party to run the country’s largest region all but uncontested.

Against this baleful backdrop, the election — which is expected to coronate Mr. Abiy and his party, cementing his power — is distinctly underwhelming. Not only is Tigray completely excluded, but logistical difficulties have also hampered the voting process. After problems with security, voter registration, defective ballots and legal challenges, the election has been postponed to September in two other regions as well as in dozens of constituencies. And about half a million internally displaced Ethiopians are unlikely to be able to vote.

It’s a far cry from the free and fair election Mr. Abiy promised when he became leader three years ago: The much-vaunted transition to democracy is not very evident. Far from supplying legitimacy to the government and stability to the country, the election — boycotted by opposition parties and undertaken amid a war — is likely to pull Ethiopia further apart, to calamitous effect.

But that doesn’t seem to bother Mr. Abiy. Ignoring international entreaties to end the war in Tigray and agree to an inclusive political settlement, he is instead determinedly preparing to govern an Ethiopia neither respected nor whole. His legacy, at least, is secure. Mr. Abiy will forever be the Nobel Peace laureate who refused to give peace a chance.

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Children Among 64 Dead in Ethiopia Airstrike on Tigray Market

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 25, 2021

Ethiopia’s military today said it was responsible for a deadly airstrike on a busy marketplace in the country’s Tigray region. Health workers said the attack killed at least 64 people, including children, but the military insisted only combatants were targeted.

A doctor who managed to reach the market in Togoga village after Ethiopian soldiers blocked medical teams from responding to Wednesday’s attack escribed a “horrible” scene of badly wounded people lying on the ground, crying in pain with no medical care.

“It was very traumatising,” he told The Associated Press. “I think most of the patients, they died because we were late there, because care wasn’t available.”

Most of the patients taken to regional hospitals weren’t critical, he said: “The critical patients were already dead.” Like others, he spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of retaliation.

The doctor who reached the scene said “most of the patients we found were mothers, children and elderly fathers. There were few young men”.

The airstrike wounded more than 100 people, half of them seriously, a regional health official said. Health workers said Ethiopian forces blocked medical teams from responding and shot at a Red Cross ambulance trying to reach the scene.

Bodies were still being pulled from the rubble and dozens of survivors were still arriving at regional hospitals with shrapnel and blunt trauma wounds two days after the airstrike, said a doctor in the regional capital, Mekele. The International Committee of the Red Cross called the transport of seriously injured to Mekele “a matter of life and death”.

Even today, United Nations spokesman Stephane Dujarric told reporters that the UN still hasn’t been able to reach the scene.

“Between the fighting and different groups on the ground we need clearance to go and we’ve just not been able to get it,” he said.

The airstrike, one of the worst massacres of the war, came amid some of the fiercest fighting in Tigray since the conflict began in November as Ethiopian forces, supported by neighboring Eritrea, pursue Tigray’s former leaders.

The United States and the European Union have condemned the airstrike in Togoga that left children, including a 1-year-old baby, screaming in pain.

A “reprehensible act,” the US State Department said. “Denying victims urgently needed medical care is heinous and absolutely unacceptable. We urge the Ethiopian authorities to ensure full and unhindered medical access to the victims immediately. We also call for an urgent and independent investigation.”

The US also called for an immediate cease-fire in Tigray, where thousands of civilians have been killed and 350,000 people are now facing one of the world’s worst famines in years.

“At least 33,000 children in inaccessible parts of Tigray are severely malnourished and face imminent death without immediate help,” the latest UN humanitarian update said yesterday.

The real death toll from the airstrike could be even higher because some people likely took the dead home to their nearby villages and buried them without telling regional officials, Hailu said.

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Food is Being Used as a Weapon of War in Tigray, Ethiopia | ABC

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 22, 2021

👉 Conflict spurs famine in Ethiopia’s Tigray region.

😠😠😠 😢😢😢

‘ምርጫ’ የወጣችሁ፤ የኢትዮጵያ አምላክ፤ የአብርሃም የይስሐቅ የያዕቆብ አምላክ ለትግራይ ግፍ ይበቀላችሁ!

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The Elders: The UN & AU Must Act Now to Prevent Famine & End Atrocities in Tigray, Ethiopia

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 14, 2021

The Elders today called on the UN Security Council and the African Union to take urgent steps to address the unfolding humanitarian and human rights crisis in Tigray, Ethiopia, which poses a clear threat to regional peace and security in the Horn of Africa.

With the UN’s Emergency Relief Coordinator declaring last week that there is famine in Tigray, The Elders urged all parties to the conflict, particularly Ethiopian and Eritrean defence forces, to stop impeding the ability of aid agencies to reach people in need.

Full, unhindered access and rapid scale-up of assistance are vital if a large-scale famine is to be avoided. The UN Security Council must now respond in line with UNSC Resolution 2417 and be clear that continued access violations will lead to appropriate actions against those responsible.

The Elders called on the AU to recognise the true gravity of the situation, and fulfil its mandate to ensure peace and stability on the continent. The spill-over effects of the Tigray conflict, including the forced displacement of people across borders, directly threaten regional stability.

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, former president of Liberia, Nobel peace laureate and member of The Elders, said:

“I call upon the AU to address the humanitarian and human rights catastrophe that is unfolding in its host country, and urge the AU Chairperson to lead regional efforts to facilitate a political solution to the Tigray crisis and prevent further instability.”

In March, Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed committed to ensuring the withdrawal of Eritrean troops from the Tigray region. Three months on, this commitment has not been implemented and Eritrean forces continue to fuel the conflict and perpetrate human rights atrocities. The Elders believe that the presence of the Eritrean forces significantly undermines Ethiopia’s stability and that of the region, and support the G7 leaders’ call in their summit communique for an immediate withdrawal of Eritrean troops from Tigray.

The Elders condemned the widespread rape, sexual assault and other forms of gender-based violence against women and girls that continue to be carried out with impunity in the Tigray region. The charging and prosecution of some Ethiopian National Defence Force soldiers, as reported by the Attorney General, is a step forward but far from adequate given the scale of reported abuses. It is crucial that trials are conducted in civilian rather than military courts, and that the safety of victims and witnesses is assured. The Ethiopian, UN and AU institutions tasked with human rights investigations into atrocities in Tigray must be allowed to be conducted their work independently, free from intimidation and coercion.

Mary Robinson, Chair of the Elders and former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, said:

“The systematic use of rape and sexual violence as a weapon of war is a grave violation of international humanitarian law. All parties to the conflict must immediately take steps at all levels of their command structures to prevent and address such atrocities. Accountability for these unlawful and dehumanising acts must be delivered, including at the highest levels, to deter future crimes and provide justice for the women and girls whose lives have been devastated in this way.”

Ahead of Ethiopia’s upcoming national elections, the Elders urged the Ethiopian Prime Minister to show leadership and demonstrate his willingness to engage in an inclusive, national dialogue. This would be a vital, positive step towards resolving the situation in Tigray and strengthening the stability of Ethiopia and the region.

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Chemical Weapons & Heavy Artillery Sent Into Tigray For ‘Final’ Offensive

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 13, 2021

💭 My Note, connecting the dots:

According to this new report, rightly described as “horrifying”, Ethiopian Airlines is transporting weapons to Tigray via its commercial flight. Using commercial flight to transport weapons is prohibited worldwide.

It is very curious; preparing for The #TigrayGenocide, evil Abiy Ahmed and his luciferian overlords brought Tigrayans to occupy key positions nationally and internationally:

👉 Mr Tewolde Gebre Mariam Tesfay, Chief Executive Officer of Ethiopian Airlines

👉 His Holiness Abune Mathias, Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church

👉 Dr. Lia Tadesse Gebremedhin, Minister of Health of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia

👉 Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus. Director-General of the World Health Organization

💭 Ethiopia today officially launched a preventive oral cholera vaccination campaign targeting 2 million people aged 1 year and above in Tigray. Of course, other vaccination will follow. O Father, The Merciful Lord Egziabher Almighty, please protect Your people.

Now, back to the main story:

Three independent reports confirm that chemical weapons arrived in Mekelle. According to new information received tonight from a new source, 42 tons of chemical weapons have arrived on Mekelle through Djibouti.

Flyethiopian is transporting weapons to Tigray via its commercial flight.Using commercial flight to transport weapons is prohibited! Reports the weapons are chemical’s that are prohibited to use internationally

Three independent reports confirm that chemical weapons arrived in Mekelle. According to new information received tonight from a new source, 42 tons of chemical weapons have arrived on Mekelle through Djibouti.

The chemical weapons arrived in Mekelle from Addis Abeba on flight ET3160 ETAUQ on June 5, B789 departing from Addis Abeba at 08:22. The plane is reported to have delivered a phosphorus chemical. The carrying capacity of the plane is 51 tons.

Situation Report published in SR 163 that: “40 tons of Phosphorus chemicals have arrived in Mekelle Airport on 06 June 2021 based on internal sources. This appears part of the preparation for what is called the “final” war.” It is reported that drones may be used to deploy the chemical weapons.

Also, heavy artillery has arrived in Djibouti with Ethiopia as the destination. The artillery and chemical weapons would have been possibly purchased in Russia, Ukraine, and China.

It is reported that many airplanes are circling tonight over the city of Mekelle.

Sources in Tigray report that over 130 military vehicles passed through the town of Wuqro in the direction of Adigrat, to prepare for the next offensive. Rumors say that this ‘last’ offensive will be “very heavy”. This was reported on 12 June 2021.

Assena TV reported that ENDF moved heavy artillery from various directions into Tigray on Friday 11 June 2021 for the ‘final’ offensive. More than 271 buses full of Fano Amhara forces and ENDF entered to Shire and Axum via Endabaguna.

Assena TV further reported that 180 military vehicles of ENDF moved to Mekelle from around Tembien and went to the direction of Wukro. 14 of them were carrying heavy artillery.

The 180 vehicles went towards Maymekden and Wukro direction to deceive the public and later returned to Mekelle via Qwha. Another ENDF force moved from Hawzen to Mekelle and in replacement other ENDF forces were sent to Hawzen.

Another ENDF force has entered Tigray with 18 orals/vehicles and now they are in Agula camp after traveling from Negelle Borona zone of the Oromia region.

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