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Andrew Gillum Graduated Training School That Spawned Soros Army of Revolutionaries

Posted by addisethiopia on October 18, 2018

Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum graduated from an Oakland, California-based training school for progressive revolutionaries that has spawned a list of activists who have gone on to become the who’s who of the far-left leadership world, with many taking senior positions at organizations financed by billionaire George Soros.

In scores of cases, graduates of the Rockwood Leadership Institute founded or directed notorious Soros-financed activist groups, such as Black Lives Matter, Media Matters for America, MoveOn.org and the Tides Foundation, one of the nation’s largest funders of progressive groups.

Soros’s own Open Society Foundations sent top staff to Rockwood for training. Notorious radicals Van Jones and Linda Sarsour are among the many famous names listed as alums.

Gillum is listed as a 2012 Rockwood alum. The Florida politician’s involvement with the radical school was not cursory or symbolic. Only five months ago, Gillum boasted in a speech to the Center for Environmental Health that he attended the institute “for about a year and a half.”

In that speech, Gillum talked about getting to know the Center for Environmental Health’s director Michael Green while they both attended Rockwood together. Green is also listed as a 2012 alum along with Gillum.

In 2013, Gillum, then a member of the Tallahassee City Commission, wrote that graduating the program in June of that year was a “major milestone.”

I will continue to use the tools and methodology in life and as I advance in my career and my role as a member of the City Commission,” he stated.

Gillum’s Rockwood graduating class included such top activists as:

Rashad Robinson, executive director of Color of Change, which was founded by Van Jones, President Obama’s infamous former “green” jobs czar. Jones stepped down from his position after it was exposed that he was a founding organizer for the communist revolutionary group Standing Together to Organize a Revolutionary Movement (STORM). Soros has financed Color of Change.

Denise Collazo of the Soros-financed radical PICO Network, which in its own terminology says it is “pushing for citizenship, and more, for an estimated 11.3 million undocumented immigrants in the United States.”

Mary Anne Hitt from the radical Sierra Club environmental activist organization.

Nan Aron, president and founder of the Soros-funded Alliance for Justice.

Other notable Rockwood alums are Van Jones; Jodie Evans, co-founder and executive director of Code Pink; several senior employees of Soros’s own Open Society Foundations; and Drummond Pike, founder of the Soros-funded Tides Foundation.

Radical Linda Sarsour is listed as a Rockwood “alum in the news,” as is Alicia Garza, co-founder of Black Lives Matter.

Eric Rodriguez, vice president of the Soros-financed radical open borders group the National Council Of La Raza is also a graduate. As are Ilya Sheyman, executive director of the Soros-funded MoveOn.org, and Matthew Butler, who served as CEO and president of the Soros-funded Media Matters for America.

Also on the alum list is Idelisse Malave, former executive director of the Soros-funded Tides Foundation; David Rosenn of the Soros-funded New Israel Fund, which finances pro-Palestinian organizations; Justin Ruben of the Soros-backed MoveOn.org; Bill Lipton, founder of the Working Families Party, whose own leadership institute says it is “made possible by the Open Society Foundation”; and Pamela Chiang of the Soros-funded Center For Community Change.

Also listed is Adrienne Maree Brown, former executive director of the Tides-funded Ruckus Society. Ruckus provided “direct-action” training and official manuals to Occupy protesters. The group is infamous for helping to spark the 1999 World Trade Organization riots in Seattle.

Besides senior personalities, Rockwood also provides a “short list of foundations who have sent their staff through” its training program, including Soros’s Open Society Foundations, the Soros-financed Tides Foundation and the Soros-funded New Israel Fund.

Rockwood is in formal partnership with the Soros-funded Social Transformation Project (STP). STP was founded by Robert Gass who also founded the Rockwood Leadership Program “along with a dedicated group of environmental activists.”

Soros, meanwhile, has directly donated to organizations seeking to get Gillum elected. Days before Gillum’s Aug. 28 primary, Soros joined with billionaire Tom Steyer to lead a group of donors making a $650,000 infusion into Gillum’s coffers.

Soros also contributed to The Collective, a little-known but increasingly influential political organization that says it is seeking to build a “black political power” movement. The Collective reportedly injected nearly $2 million into Gillum’s campaign, funding television and radio ads, get-out-the-vote drives, and playing a key role in helping Gillum defeat his Democratic opponents, some of whom were better-funded and had more statewide name recognition. The group announced plans to continue backing Gillum during the current general election campaign.

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ከብሪታኒያ ሊጠረፍ ለነበረው ሶማሌ ሽብር ፈጣሪና ህፃናት ደፋሪ፡ ግብዝ የአውሮፕላን ተሳፋሪዎች ጠበቃ ቆሙለት

Posted by addisethiopia on October 16, 2018

ስለዚህ ከአውሮፕላን ሊወርድ ችሏል። የ 29 ዓመቱ ሶማሌ፡ ያኩብ አህመድ (ዘመነ አህመድ) በቱርክ አየርመንገድ ነበር በ ኢስታንቡል በኩል ወደ ሶማሊያ ሊጠረፍ የነበረው። ነገር ግን ግብዝ የአውሮፕላን ተሳፋሪዎች ይህን የአይሲስ ተዋጊ በመደገፍ ለጊዜው ሙስሊሞች “ኩፋር” እያሉ በሚያንቋሽሹታ ብሪታኒያ በነፃነት እንዲቆይ ተደርጓል።

ስለ ሶማሌው ምንም እውቀት የሌለው አንዱ ተሳፋሪ፡ “ከቤተሰቡ እየነጠሉት ነው!” በማለት ሊሟገትለት ሲሞክር ይሰማል።

ይሄኔ አንድ ምስኪን ክርስቲያን ሊጠረፍ ቢሆን ኖሮ ትንፍሽ የሚል ሰው አልነበረም። እነዚህ አውሮፕላን ውስጥ የሚጮሁት “የማሕበረሰባዊ ፍትህ ጦረኞች” የሳጥናኤል አርበኞች ናቸው፤ ስለዚህ ልክ እንደ ፌሚኒስቶችና ሰዶማውያን ሁሌ የሚያብሩት ከዲያብሎስ ልጆች ጋር ብቻ ነው። ወሸከቲያሞች!


Plane Mutiny Kept A Gang Rapist In The Uk:

Somali man whose deportation from the UK was stopped by plane passengers raped a 16-year-old girl in London and his accomplice went on to fight for ISIS


  • The deportation of Yaqub Ahmed was dramatically halted by plane passengers

  • The man, 29, was being returned to Somalia after being involved in a gang-rape

  • Passengers complained he was being separated from his family in the UK

A Somalian whose deportation from Britain was dramatically halted after airline passengers staged a mutiny demanding his release can be exposed today as a convicted gang rapist who was being kicked out of the country because of his sickening crime.

Officials escorting Yaqub Ahmed on a flight from Heathrow to Turkey were forced to abandon his deportation when around a dozen holidaymakers who felt sorry for him angrily intervened shortly before take-off.

At one stage during the astonishing episode, filmed on mobile phones, one traveller complained: ‘They’re separating him from his family’, while others chanted ‘take him off the plane’.

When harassed security guards caved in and walked 29-year-old Ahmed off the Turkish Airlines flight, he was seen thanking those on board for their support as they cheered and applauded.

One person was heard declaring: ‘You’re free, man!’

Yaqub Ahmed, 29, is one of a gang of rapists who brutally assaulted a young girl. The 16-year-old victim was gang-raped in a flat in New Orleans Walk in Crouch End on

Passengers helped Ahmed get kicked off the plane as he resisted being deported by the Home Office after serving a prison sentence for gang rape

But the passengers who thought they were doing a good deed were unaware that the man they were defending had been sentenced to nine years in jail for his part in a vicious gang rape of a teenage girl – and that another member of his gang later fought for Islamic State in Syria.

Today The Mail on Sunday can reveal how Ahmed and three other youths preyed on a 16-year-old stranger after she became separated from her friends during a night out in London’s Leicester Square, in August 2007.

In a planned attack, they lured her back to a flat in Crouch End, North London, by pretending her friends were waiting for her there – then gang-raped her.

The gang, aged between 18 and 20, were caught when neighbours heard the girl’s cries for help and rang police.

All four men denied rape, despite DNA evidence. They were found guilty at Wood Green Crown Court and each jailed for nine years. Police detective Emma Bird said at the time: ‘The sentences given out by the judge reflect the seriousness of this offence.’

Ahmed, 18 at the time of the rape and living in Clerkenwell, North London, is thought to have been granted refugee status after arriving in Britain from war-torn Somalia as a boy.

Stunned plane passengers turned around to witness the commotion at the rear of the flight

He was released from prison after serving little more than four years, and lived in a halfway house in North London until recently. Because he had been jailed for such a serious crime, the Home Office ordered his deportation, which led to him being placed on the flight to Istanbul last Tuesday afternoon.

He received a temporary reprieve because of the impromptu intervention of passengers. But when video of the protest was published by MailOnline, hundreds of readers expressed their outrage.

One wrote: ‘The police should have been called and all the passengers who were interfering should have been arrested and removed from the plane.’

Another user said: ‘Looked like a plane full of snowflakes.’ And a third pointed out: ‘Now it will cost a lot more to fly the man back on a private charter! Well done silly interfering, self-seeking, do-gooding idiots!’

Ahmed is now believed to be in an immigration detention centre while officials try to place him on another flight out of the UK, but this process could take months particularly if his lawyers use his temporary reprieve as an opportunity to appeal against his deportation.

Last night, Tory backbencher Philip Hollobone, who has tabled bills to speed up the deportation of foreign criminals, said: ‘We need to deport these people and members of the public should not be allowed to obstruct the proper course of justice.

Officials accompanying the deportee need to react appropriately to passengers who do not know what is going on. To simply walk off in the face of passenger confusion is not good enough.’

Harry Fletcher of the Victims’ Rights Campaign said: ‘This deportation was clearly in the public interest. Sitting deportees in the general passenger area of a plane is wrong and leads to this kind of ill-informed protest.’

Ondogo Ahmed was jailed for eight years alongside Ahmed for the gang rape of a teenager

Passengers caused a commotion when they realised Ahmed was being deported – although he did not tell them he was a convicted rapist

Passengers began to record what was happening and stood up for the man, now 19, being returned to Somalia

A man pulled out his camera phone to record the deportation team at the back of the plane until so much pressure was put on security the Somalian was led off the plane

It is not the first time that planned deportations have been disrupted on planes.

In July, a Swedish student filmed herself halting the deportation of an Afghan asylum seeker on a Turkish Airlines flight from Gothenburg to Istanbul.

Elin Ersson said in the video that was streamed live on Facebook: ‘A person is going to get deported to Afghanistan where there is war and he’s going to get killed.’

Then, in August, a Turkish Airlines pilot refused to take off from Heathrow after campaigners convinced him that the asylum seeker on his jet would face beheading by the Taliban if he was returned to Afghanistan.

Virgin Airlines has stopped assisting the deportation of illegal immigrants after pressure from activists.

The Home Office previously spent millions of pounds a year chartering planes to fly failed asylum seekers and foreign national offenders to their home countries, most commonly Albania, Pakistan and Nigeria. But because of the cost of the flights, it now increasingly books seats on commercial services.

Latest figures show the Home Office spent £17 million on scheduled flights and £8.6 million on charter flights to deport people in 2016-17.

The man should not be being ‘separated from his family’ according to those who put a stop to his deportation

A Home Office spokesman said: ‘All foreign nationals who are given a custodial sentence will be considered for removal. Those who abuse our hospitality by committing crimes in the UK should be in no doubt of our determination to deport them and we have removed more than 43,000 foreign offenders since 2010.’

One of Ahmed’s co-defendants, Adnan Mohamud, was granted refugee status in Britain in 2002 having been born in Somalia, and is still thought to be in the UK. The youngest member of the gang, Ondogo Ahmed, travelled to Syria to fight for Islamic State just months after he was freed from jail. He is thought to have been killed a few weeks later.

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በጎረቤት አገር ኬኒያ ሙስሊሞች ሦስት ክርስቲያኖችን በድንጋይ ወግረው ገደሏቸው

Posted by addisethiopia on October 13, 2018

ጂሃድ በምስራቅ አፍሪቃ

በሶማሊያና ኬኒያ ጠረፍ አቅራቢያ በምትገኘዋ በ ማንዴራ ከተማ ነው ይህ አሰቃቂ ድርጊት የተፈጸመው። በሌላ በኩል፤ በዚህችው ከተማ ሁለት ክርስቲያን መምህራን ክርስቲያን በመሆናቸው ብቻ በሙስሊሞች እጅ ጭካኔ በተሞላበት መልክ ባለፈው ረቡዕ ተገድለዋል።

ኢትዮጵያ አገራችን፡ ሶማሌዎችን በሙሉ ወደ ሶማሊያ አሁኑኑ መጠረፍ ይኖርባታል። እነርሱስ “ክርስቲያን በሙስሊም አገራት (52 አገራት) መኖር የለበትም” አይደለም የሚሉት፤ ስለዚህ፡ የራሳቸውን ህግ በሥራ ላይ በማዋል እኛም “በክርስቶስ ስም ያልተጠመቀ ኢትዮጵያ ውስጥ መኖር የለበትም” የምንልበት ዘመን ላይ ደርሰናል፤ በአንድዬና ብቸኛ አገራችን እግዚአብሔር የሰጠን መብታችን ነው። አለዚያ በአገራችን መቅሰፍቱ አያቆምም፣ ስቃዩም ይቀጥላል። አፄ ዮሐንስ ትክክል ነበሩ፤ ክርስቲያን እና እስላም፣ ብርሃን እና ጨለማ በአንድ ላይ መኖር የለባቸውም፤ አረመኔው መሀመድም ይህን ነው ለተከታዮቹ ያስተማረው።


Muslim Mob Stones Three Christians to Death in Kenya


An eyewitness said that the killing happened at a construction site where one of the Christian victims, Fredrick Mukanda Bahati, was building a house along with two assistants. The men were mixing mortar in Elwak, Mandera, a town close to the Kenya-Somalia border, when they saw the mob arriving.

From a distance, I saw the men hurling construction stones towards Fredrick and his coworkers,” the unnamed witness said.

The three managed to flee into a nearby hotel for safety, although they had been badly injured. The Muslims relentlessly followed them up and stoned them to death,” he said.

The witness said that the mob was chanting “takbir, takbir, takbir,” the title for the Arabic phrase “Allahu Akbar” (Allah is greatest).

The brutal killing has left the local community stunned and angry.

We are not safe at all and this incident shows how Muslims hate believers in Christ,” said a local Christian pastor, who said he was “shocked” at the attack.

We have known it is the armed militants belonging to the al-Shabaab that kill people, but now we have discovered that even our close Muslim friends can commit atrocities against us.”

Wycliffe Mukanda, Fredrick’s brother, expressed his sorrow over the incident, as well as distress over the inability of law enforcement to protect local citizens.

This is a sad day in our family,” Mukanda said. “We have lost a man who was skilled in construction and loved all of us. He always reminded us to pray and trust God even in difficult times. That is what is keeping us going after losing him.”

We were expecting to see him before the end of the year but now what we have is the memories, a widow, and two children to take care of,” he said.

Where were the police to protect [them]?” he asked.

Christians have often been the targets of Islamist violence in Kenya, despite the nation’s Christian majority.

Earlier this month, jihadists of the Al-Shabaab terror group hijacked a bus heading to Garissa and ordered all the passengers to exit the vehicle. The assailants asked for identification cards, then proceeded to separate the Muslims from the Christians.

When two Christians refused to recite the Islamic statement of faith, or Shahada, they were executed.

International Christian Concern (ICC) said it has been following up with the families of these two murdered Christians.

This group’s intense hatred and violence has caused massive pain for many families and friends of Christians like these two,” the group said.

The Kenyan and Somali governments must continue to work to end the horrible atrocities that this evil organization commits and protect the lives of Christians in Kenya,” they said.

Selected Comments:

barack HusseinObama’s place of birth!!

The true God says to “Love your neighbor as yourself”.

The enemy of the true God says: “Fight until all is for Allah”.

That they hate followers of Christ, is all that is needed to be said about islam.

Meanwhile, down in Angola, the government outlawed islam and tore down all the mosques.

And… over in Myanmar, the Burmese people are doing their best to expel the ‘Rohingya’. Now you know why.

The world cannot much longer permit this homicidal religion to dwell among us

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Oct 11, 2018

In another incident, 2 Christian Teachers were Murdered as Islamic Radicals Ambush Kenyan School in ‘Heinous Act of Cowardice’

Two Christian teachers in Kenya were murdered on Wednesday when Islamic militants ambushed a school, severely injuring three others.

International Christian Concern reported that the attack occurred at Arabia Boys School in Mandera East in the early morning of Oct. 10, with the militants bombing the teachers’ house. The two victims were identified as Johnstone Okumu and Simon Wekesa.

“We have lost two teachers to a terrorist attack early this morning at Arabia Boys School. We are already pursuing the attackers in collaboration with our forces in Somalia in case they have crossed the border,” a senior police commander in Mandera told ICC.

Local teachers noted that Islamic radicals continue to target non-locals, often times Christians who live and work in northeastern Kenya.

“It is painful to lose our colleagues through such a heinous act of cowardice. Our hearts bleed because even after dedicating our time and professionalism in serving this community, they still hate Christians,” said Martin Kamutu.

A church leader, identified only as Rev. John, said that terrorists are killing Christians because of their faith.

“This is another bad example of what religion can do. We are losing Christians at a very high rate in Mandera. Last month we lost five to terrorism and now again we have lost two teachers. We ask the international community and human rights groups to get involved in northern Kenya,” he said.

While it has not yet been revealed which Islamic group Wednesday’s assailants belong to, the Somali-based Al-Shabaab has been active in the country for years, specifically hunting down and killing Christians.

The militants executed two followers of Christ in September after they stopped a bus and separated the Muslim and Christian passengers.

The radicals reportedly forced the passengers with non-Muslim names to recite the Shahada, the Islamic statement of faith, and shot dead the two passengers who failed.

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Jihadi’s Wife Who Turned Down Seven Council Houses Sues the Local Authority for not Rehousing Her When She Was Freed From Jail

Posted by addisethiopia on October 12, 2018

  • The mother, who cannot be named, was freed from jail in September 2016
  • She lived in hotels and B&Bs with her sons, aged five and nine, for 16 months
  • Yet the woman, who is on benefits, rejected seven offers of a council home

A convicted jihadi wife has taken her local authority to court for breaching her human rights by not rehoming her – despite having turned down seven council houses.

The mother-of-two, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was freed from jail in September 2016.

She lived in hotels and B&Bs with her sons, aged five and nine, for 16 months at an enormous cost to the taxpayer before being moved to temporary accommodation in Brent, north London, The Sun reports.

In her High Court lawsuit, the woman maintained that the seven houses offered to her were not in the right location.

But Judge Jennifer Eady ruled her human rights were not violated. However, the woman was granted anonymity.

She complained in court that private landlords had refused her as a tenant because of her criminal record.

Yet, the woman – who is on benefits – turned down £5,000 from officials to pay for a deposit on a house, according to The Sun.

The woman’s husband fled the UK to become a jihadi fighter in 2013.

The following year, she was jailed for 28 months for a terrorist offence.

She was released in July 2015, but was jailed again after breaching her licence.

But she asked for a council house after she was let out of prison.

She turned down two one-bedroom houses in south London in 2016 because they were too small.

She also rejected four two-bedroom homes – in Dulwich, Kidderminster and in Great Wryley in Staffordshire – because they were too far away from her family.

After being moved into temporary accommodation, she rejected two more offers.

Selected comments:

Let me understand it. Connected to a known terrorist cell and you get offered council accommodation numerous times and sponge off the state at the tax payers like myself THEN claim “Human Rights”.

And what is her contribution to our society?

The most appalling – as well as dangerous – aspect of all this is that she was granted anonymity. How can it be in the public interest not to be told who these individuals are?

Wow..! There is a very big problem in this country.! A very big problem..

Does anyone still have any faith or respect for the politicians who have created this situation ??

They know this country is ridiculous, full of soft rules and regulations so they just walk all over it. These are the real issues !

Yet another example of Broken Britain.

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A Jihadi Wife Rejected Seven Houses Because They Weren’t Big Enough, While 1.1m Families are Stuck on The Social Housing Waiting List….. so why is there always cash for these nutjobs?

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Ethiopia: A Regional Power in the Making?

Posted by addisethiopia on September 5, 2018

When we think of countries competing for power and influence in the Horn of Africa, a short list of candidates comes to mind: the U.S., Iran, China, Russia, Turkey and various European powers. Notably absent from this list are countries from within the region itself. But this may be about to change. Ethiopia has recently launched a number of political, economic and foreign policy reforms aimed at redefining the country internally and externally. These moves are a sign that Addis Ababa wants to increase its influence in the region and might be laying the groundwork to emerge as a regional power.

Ethiopia is uniquely positioned to take on this role. It has a history of resisting foreign intervention and remaining, for the most part, free of external domination in a region that was widely colonized by European powers. Now, as the presence of foreign powers grows, Ethiopia will need to become more assertive if it wants to compete for influence with these outside forces. But it has a number of challenges with which it must contend if it is to project power beyond its borders. This Deep Dive will examine the country’s history that has led it to this unique point in time and the conditions it must meet before it will be able to wield more influence in the region.

Ethiopia’s Glory Days

At first glance Ethiopia may appear weak relative to the foreign powers with a growing interest in the area, but history shows that the country has the potential to be much more powerful than it is today. Two empires predating modern Ethiopia – the Aksum Empire (A.D. 100-940) and the Ethiopian Empire (1270-1974) – amassed enough power to define at various points the course of events on the Horn of Africa.

During its heyday, the Aksum Empire controlled approximately 500,000 square miles (1.25 million square kilometers) of territory in what is now northern Ethiopia, Eritrea, northern Sudan, southern Egypt, Djibouti and western Yemen. The empire prospered because of its position at the intersection of Africa, Arabia and the Greco-Roman world and its access to major maritime trade routes. A strong navy helped control sea lanes, while a sizable army ensured control over land. Much like Ethiopia today, the empire ruled over a multitude of diverse ethnic groups. According to some historians, the monarch maintained control over his subjects by dividing his forces into small groups and assigning them to a specific geographic area.

The territory controlled by the Ethiopian Empire was more limited, but the empire’s power was reflected in its ability to continuously repel foreign invasion. During the Abyssinian-Adal and Ethiopian-Egyptian wars, it faced aggressors that had the backing of the Ottoman Empire. The Egyptians were repulsed after two years of fighting, while the Adal Sultanate occupied Ethiopia for 14 years before being pushed out by domestic forces with support from the Portuguese. At the 1885 Berlin Conference, where European powers partitioned countries as part of the Scramble for Africa, Ethiopia was one of only two countries (the other being Liberia) that was not divided. A decade later, Italy tried to colonize Ethiopia but was defeated. Italy’s second invasion of Ethiopia in the mid-1930s was more successful, but its success was short-lived – Italy was uprooted during World War II. So with the exception of two brief occupations, the country managed to maintain its independence, preventing any major foreign power from completely monopolizing the Horn of Africa.

Federalism Takes Hold

It may be hard to believe that Ethiopia once had the power possessed by these empires, but that history has helped shape the country into what it is today. The area is one of the longest continuously inhabited parts of the world, with Egyptian historical references to Ethiopia going as far back as 980 B.C. Though Ethiopia’s borders have changed over the centuries, its current borders fall within those of previous empires, and many of the same ethnic groups are still present there. Because Ethiopia has, for the most part, maintained its independence, it has been able to preserve the cultures that developed there over centuries.

Ethiopia has a population of over 100 million people and is dominated by two religions, Islam and Christianity. According to the United Nations, more than 80 ethnic groups reside in the country. The largest is the Oromo, which accounts for 32 percent of the population. The Amhara are the second-largest, making up 28 percent of the population. The Tigrayans and Somalis each represent another 6.5 percent of the population. Another nine ethnic groups have 1 million or more members. Both the Aksum and Ethiopian empires managed these differences by centralizing power and preventing rebellion by force. When the Ethiopian Empire fell in 1974, a military dictatorship took power – and it, too, used force to keep the population in line.

But when the military regime was abolished in 1987, an ethnic-based federalist system of government was established. In 1994, a new constitution was adopted, and the country was divided into nine regions and two autonomous cities based on the ethnolinguistic makeup of the local population. It was thought that giving the different ethnic groups greater autonomy would make it easier for the central government to manage the country’s differences while keeping it united.

But there have been some bumps in the road. In 2016, there were widespread protests against the central government. The unrest started when members of the Oromo community rejected government development plans for Oromo-majority areas and then demanded more representation in the federal government, which had been dominated by members of the Tigray ethnic group since the country held its first elections as a republic in 1995. Other ethnic groups across the country, including the Amhara, soon joined the protests. Some analysts have argued that the federalist system has been ineffective and that the ethnic groups should break away from Ethiopia and form their own states, similar to what happened in Yugoslavia.

But supporters of the federalist approach say it is the best system available, even if its execution has been flawed. One of the flaws has been that people who don’t belong to the dominant ethnic group have been left out of decision-making, particularly at the regional level. Another is that the central government never really represented multiple ethnic groups as it was designed to. After multiple groups united to oust the military regime, the Tigrayans monopolized power and used force to keep the other groups in line. Ultimately, the 2016 protests forced the prime minister to resign and jump-started renewed efforts to form a strong but inclusive central government.

The new government, led by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, took office in early April and now finds itself in a decisive moment in the country’s history. The Horn of Africa has always been valuable geopolitical real estate, given the trade routes that pass by its shores. But the region has also been fraught with challenges, including the spread of extremist violence and spillover effects from conflicts in the Middle East. Foreign powers are increasingly trying to gain a foothold in places like Djibouti and, to a lesser extent, Somalia and Sudan, particularly through cooperation on military matters. Ethiopia has always been wary of foreign interference in the region, but it is even more so now after the 2016 protests left it vulnerable to intervention. Now that it’s stabilized, it can either stay out of the affairs of other countries in the region or assert itself as a leader. Recent government moves – and Abiy’s statement that “Ethiopia will get back its lost glory” at a political rally in the capital in June – indicate that Addis Ababa has chosen the latter.

Conditions for Asserting Power

But before it can restore even some of its past glory, it needs to make some changes. To project power in the region, the Ethiopian government must achieve three main objectives: maintain control over the domestic population, secure its borders and diversify its sea access. The rise of the Aksum and Ethiopian empires was possible only with these three conditions in place. And indeed, there are signs that the country is already moving in this direction.

Domestic Stability

Before adopting a more assertive foreign policy, a country needs to have its own affairs in order. This includes maintaining stability and peace at home. In the wake of the 2016 unrest, the government is trying to re-establish domestic stability in three ways. First, it is making changes on the political front. Abiy is the first prime minister from the Oromo ethnic group, and under his leadership, Ethiopia seems prepared to develop an authentic federalist system that will be more representative of the general population than it had been in the past. He also has both a Muslim and Christian background. He has already replaced the heads of various security forces in the country and criticized the use of brutal force by past governments. He invited exiled opposition groups like Ginbot 7 back into the country and called on local leaders in conflict-ridden areas to resign. So far, the response has been positive: Multiple opposition groups unilaterally suspended the use of arms in all self-defense activities, and the chairman of the Southern Ethiopian People’s Democratic Movement, the ruling party in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples’ Region, resigned after ethnic clashes in the region.

Ethiopia is also trying to build a sense of unity and shared identity that supersedes ethnic affiliations, a concept popularly referred to as Ethiopiawinet. With a unified population, it will be better able to resist intrusion by outside powers and work toward common goals. The central government would also be empowered to act more decisively and independently in international affairs with the support of Ethiopians from all ethnic and religious groups. This wouldn’t require an overhaul of the federalist structure and would allow ethnic groups to maintain some autonomy. The government has made some efforts toward building a sense of unity by reminding Ethiopians of the country’s history of resisting Egyptian, Ottoman and Italian invasions, a point in which the people of Ethiopia take great pride. The government can use this shared history as a way to motivate the population to restore the country’s past glory or, at least, resist attempts at foreign interference.

On the economic front, the government wants to bring back the strong growth rates the country experienced just a few years ago. The recent bouts of domestic unrest resulted in temporary factory closures, road blockades, restricted internet access and slumping investor confidence. Poor financial management, drought and famine have also taken a toll on the economy. The country is now facing a declining currency and liquidity problems, a heavy dependence on imports and growing debt. The government’s plan to address these problems involves full or partial privatization of public enterprises, including major companies like Ethio Telecom, Ethiopian Airlines, Ethiopian Electric Power, and Ethiopian Shipping and Logistics Services Enterprise, as well as sugar industries, railway projects and industrial parks. There are also plans to develop partnerships between local and foreign private sector firms. Finally, the government is looking for ways to increase exports to stimulate growth and bring in more foreign exchange.

Secure Borders

Ethiopia has tried to secure its borders by improving relations with its neighbors, in the hopes that it can eventually allocate resources to other areas and provide a secure environment for economic development. But in a region plagued by instability, that hasn’t been easy. Ethiopia has fought multiple conflicts with Somalia and Eritrea over border disputes, and Somalia and South Sudan have been engaged in civil wars for years, with some of the violence spilling over into Ethiopian territory. In each of these cases, Ethiopia is now trying to resolve the conflicts or, at the very least, reduce their impact.

In June, Ethiopia said it would implement the 2000 Algiers Agreement, which ended the most recent war with Eritrea, without any preconditions – a rare sign of conciliation in the Horn of Africa. Eritrea’s president responded by meeting with his Ethiopian counterpart in Addis Ababa. Mending ties with Eritrea benefits Ethiopia on multiple fronts. First, it reduces a long-standing security risk, thus freeing up military resources to be used elsewhere. It will also help improve investor confidence in the country. And it may give Ethiopia access to Eritrea’s ports. Relations between the two countries have been tense in the past because the Tigray have been among the most antagonistic groups toward Eritrea, which borders the Tigray region in Ethiopia. In fact, the Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front, a party in Ethiopia’s ruling coalition, initially opposed reconciliation with Eritrea and was the last major group to support the government on the issue.

Ethiopia has an equally complicated past with Somalia. Fighting between the two countries has broken out five times since the early 20th century. But relations have been more cordial of late. The leaders of both countries have expressed strong interest in economic integration and agreed to further enhance security cooperation. Ethiopian troops have played a key role in African Union counterterrorism missions in Somalia, which are set to wind down in the next couple of years. Once that happens, Somalia will still need security support, which Ethiopia could provide.

In June, Ethiopia announced that it will start its first crude oil production tests in the Ogaden region – officially, and confusingly, called the Somali region – which borders Somalia. There are plans to build a pipeline that will eventually export hydrocarbons from the Somali region via Djibouti. This could be a very lucrative project for Ethiopia, and building up security along the Ethiopian-Somali border will help ensure it is executed effectively, especially because these types of projects have been targets for militants in other countries.

In South Sudan, Ethiopia recently helped broker a cease-fire deal in a five-year civil war. In 2013, at the beginning of the conflict, Ethiopia tried to contain the fighting, but it nonetheless resulted in a flood of refugees – and occasional casualties – on Ethiopia’s side of the border. According to estimates, there are now 400,000-500,000 South Sudanese in Ethiopia’s Gambella region. Ethiopia thus has an interest in ensuring that the cease-fire turns into a lasting peace.

Port Access

As a landlocked country, Ethiopia needs to find a way to access ports if it wants to engage in global trade. Addis Ababa lost direct access to the sea when Eritrea gained independence in 1991. This was a huge blow to Ethiopia’s geostrategic standing in the region. The country suddenly became much more dependent on neighboring states to send its exports to global markets. Sea access would also be necessary if Ethiopia wanted to defend its interests in the Red Sea or Gulf of Aden. Though the idea of an Ethiopian navy sounds far-fetched at this point, the prime minister has reportedly said the country should consider developing some sort of navy in the future. In fact, the Aksum Empire had a formidable navy of its own.

For now, however, Ethiopia’s focus remains primarily on its economic interests. Some 90-95 percent of Ethiopia’s exports are delivered by sea, and most of them pass through Djibouti, which has one of Africa’s few deep-water container port terminals. Depending so heavily on such a small country for virtually all of its exports is a huge vulnerability, and Addis Ababa is growing increasingly concerned about the presence of foreign naval forces in Djibouti. Right now, Djibouti and Ethiopia have a strong relationship, and any actor that could alter that dynamic is perceived as a direct threat. There is already some evidence that Djibouti is under pressure from foreign countries that have interests there. In February, it seized a container terminal operated by United Arab Emirates-based DP World, saying the contract between the two parties was infringing on Djibouti’s sovereignty. The government had previously said the port would remain “in the hands of our country” until it found new investors.

To mitigate this vulnerability, Ethiopia is now trying to gain control of, rather than mere access to, ports along the coast of the Horn of Africa. In April, Djibouti and Ethiopia brokered a deal to jointly develop and operate the Port of Djibouti. The government of Djibouti has approved Ethiopia’s proposal to acquire a share of the port, though they have yet to agree on the details. In return, Djibouti will get shares in state-owned Ethiopian companies. In addition, Ethiopia recently acquired a 19 percent stake in Somaliland’s Berbera port. (DP World owns 51 percent of the port and Somaliland has 30 percent.) Under the deal, Ethiopia has committed to construct the 480-mile (780-kilometer) road between the port and the Ethiopian border town of Togochale. Addis Ababa is looking into other port projects, including a deal with Kenya that would allow Ethiopia to acquire land on the island of Lamu as part of the Lamu Port-South Sudan-Ethiopia-Transport project, as well as joint investment projects on four potential ports in Somalia. Ultimately, Ethiopia needs guaranteed port access through a partner it can either control or rely on with confidence.

On the surface, all these moves could be seen as motivated not by aspirations for regional leadership but by a desire to grow the economy. But considering the rising presence of foreign forces in the Horn of Africa, Ethiopia’s historical resistance to foreign powers in the region and Abiy’s recent statements, it appears that Ethiopia is laying the groundwork to assert itself and compete against outside powers that are increasingly active there. This may take many years if not decades to achieve, if it is achieved at all. But at the moment, the region is without a leader – a country that can help resolve some of the conflicts that have plagued it and prevent foreign forces from amassing too much influence there. Ethiopia has proved in the past and, to an extent, is proving today that it is willing and able to do both.

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ቴክሳስ | ሴት ልጁ ክርስቲያን ስላገባች ባሏን እና ጓደኛዋን የገደለው ሙስሊም የሞት ፍርድ ተሰጠው

Posted by addisethiopia on August 30, 2018

ከአረቧ ዮርዳኖስ አገር ወደ ዩኤስ አሜሪካ የመጣው አንድ ሙስሊም ስደተኛ ሴት ልጁ ክርስትናን በመቀበሏና ከአንድ ክርስቲያን ጋርም በመጋባ ቤተሰቧን አዋርዳለች” በማለት ነበር የተገደሉት። እብዱ አብደላ ያው በእስልምና የተለመደውን የክብር ግድያበሴት ልጁ ኢራናዊት ጓደኛ እና በባሏ ላይ በመፈጸሙ አሁን የሂውስተን፡ ቴክሳስ ከፍተኛ ፍርድ ቤት የሞት ፍርድ ሰጥቶታል።

60 ዓመ መሀውድ አውድ ኢርሳን፣ ሴት ልጁን ጨምሮ ባጠቃላይ አምስት ሰዎችን ለመግደል አቅዶ ነበር ልጁ ለምን ክርስትናን ተቀብለች፡ ክርስቲያን ወንድም ለምን አገባች በማለት።

ሪፖርቶች እንደገለጹት ሙስሊሙ 28 ዓመቱንና የልጁን ክርስቲያን ባል ኮቲ ቢቨርስን እና የልጁ የቅርብ ጓደኛዋን ገላሬ ባገርዛዴህን፡ 30 በአሰቃቂ መልክ ገድሏቸዋል።

የሙስሊሙ ተከሳሽ ሴት ልጅ ቀደም ሲል ከከርስቲያኑ ጋር በመፋቀሯ አባቷ የመኝታ ቤቷ ውስጥ ለሣምንታት በማሠር እንደቀጣት፣ ምንም ዓይነት ግኑኝነት ከውጩ ዓለም ጋር እንዳይኖራት ሞባይሏን እና ላፕቶፗን እንደነጠቃት ለፍርድ ቤቱ አውስታለች።

እንደ ሂዩስተን የሕዝብ ሚዲያ ዘገባ ከሆነ ኢራናዊቷ የሴት ልጁ የቅርብ ጓደኛ፡ አባትየው ልጁን ለክርስቶስ እንዲተዋት፣ ክርስቲያንም እንድታገባ በማበረታቷ ነበር የተገደለቸው። አባትየው ኢራናዊቷን ከገደላት 10 ራት በኋላ ነበር የልጁን ባልም የገደለው።

የሂውስተን ክሮኒክል ጋዜጣ እንደገለጸው ሙስሊሙ ግድያውን የፈጸመው የእርሱን ክብር ለማጽዳትእንደሆነ፤ በብስጭትም ዳኞችን እና አቃቤ ሕግን እነዚህ ሽይጣኖች ናቸው፤ ህይወቴን ይፈልጋሉ፣ እራሴን መከላከል አለብኝ” እያለ ሲቀበጣጥር ተሰምቷል። በርካታ የፍርድ ቤት ዳኞችም ለደህንነታቸው ያላቸውን ስጋት ገልፀው ነበር።

ሙስሊሙ፡ ቀደም ሲል፡ የሌላዋን ሴት ልጁን ባል መግደሉንና፡ “እራሴን ለመከላከለ ነው የገደልኩት” በማለቱ ለፍርድ ሳይቀርብ መቅረቱም በተጨማሪ ተዘግቧል።

ትክክለኛ ፍርድ! ሰይፍ የሚያነሡ ሁሉ በሰይፍ ይጠፋሉ!

እነዚህ ውዳቂዎች ሁሌ “ክብራችን፣ ክብራችን፣ ክብራችን!” ይላሉግን፡ ያልነበራቸውን ክብር “ለማስመለስ” የእግዚአብሔርን ፍጡር ይገድላሉ።

እስኪ የእስልምናን እባባዊነት እንታዘብ፦

አንድ ሙስሊም ወንድ ሴት አይሁድ እና ክርስቲያን ማግባት ይፈቀድላታል፤ አንዲት ሴት ሙስሊም ግን አይሁድ ወይም ክርስቲያን ወንድን ማግባት አይፈቀድላትም። የዲያብሎስ ተንኮል ይታየናልን? ወዮላችሁ ከሙስሊም ወንድ ጋር የምትጋቡ ክርስቲያኖች!

[የሉቃስ ወንጌል ምዕራፍ ፱፥፶፬፡፶፮]

ደቀ መዛሙርቱም ያዕቆብና ዮሐንስ አይተው። ጌታ ሆይ፥ ኤልያስ ደግሞ እንዳደረገ እሳት ከሰማይ ወርዶ ያጥፋቸው እንል ዘንድ ትወዳለህን? አሉት።

እርሱ ግን ዘወር ብሎ ገሠጻቸውና። ምን ዓይነት መንፈስ እንደ ሆነላችሁ አታውቁም፤

የሰው ልጅ የሰውን ነፍስ ሊያድን እንጂ ሊያጠፋ አልመጣም አለ። ወደ ሌላ መንደርም ሄዱ።

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የፖላንድ ፖለቲከኛ | “ሙስሊሞችን አንፈልግም፤ መካ ቤተክርስቲያን ከሠሩ ፖላንድ መስጊድ እንፈቅድላቸዋልን”

Posted by addisethiopia on August 29, 2018

የፖላንድ ምክር ቤት አባል የሆኑት አቶ ዶሚኒክ ታርጂንስኪ የሚከተለውን ብለዋል፦

እኛ ፖላንዳውያን ሙስሊሞችን አንፈልግም፤ ፖላንድ ሰላማዊ የሆነችው አገራችን ሙስሊሞች ስለሌሉ ነው፤

እኛ የእስልምናን ሽብር የማናውቀውም በዚህ ምክኒያት ነው።

ለቤተሰቤ እና ለሐገሬ እቆረቆራለሁ፤ ስለዚህ አንድም ሙስሊም ወደ ፖላንድ እንዲመጣ አልሻም፤ ሕዝባችን የመረጠን እኮ በጥንቃቄ እንድናገለግለው ነው።

እስልምና መላው ዓለምን እየበጠበጠ ነው፤ የራሳቸውን ችግር እራሳቸው መፍታት ይኖርባቸዋል፤

ለመሆኑ ሃብታሞቹ ሳውዲዎች እና ካታሮች የታሉ? ለምን ሙስሊም ስደተኞችን አይቀበሉም?

እነዚህ ሙስሊሞች ወደ ሃብታሞቹ ሙስሊም ጎረቤቶቻቸው ነው መሄድ ያለባቸው፤

ወደ ሚጠሉን አውሮፓውያን፤ ወደ አውሮፓ መምጣት የለባቸውም።”

ሃቁን ነው የተናገሩት! ምናልባት ፖላንድ አውሮፓን እንደገና ታድን ይሆናል። እ..September 11th 12th, 1683 .(የኢትዮጵያ አዲስ ዓመት) የፖላንድ ንጉስ ሳቤትስኪ ነበር ሙስሊም ቱርኮችን ቪየና ላይ የደመሰሰውና አውሮፓን ከጥፋት ያዳነው።

ልክ አሁን አውሮፓ እንደሚያደርጉት እኛም ጋር ያሉት አርበኞቻቻቸው “መሪያችን ተመርጧል” በማለት “አክሱም፣ አክሱም!” እያሉ በመጮኽ ላይ ናቸው።

እስኪ ይታየን፡ ክርስቲያኖች መካ ላይ ቤተክርስቲያን ቢሠራ ሚሊየን ሙስሊሞቹ በሳምንት ውስጥ ያቃጥሉታል (ጅጅጋ ምስክር ናት) አውሮፓ መስጊዶች ሲሠሩ የሽብር ፈጣሪዎችና ገዳዮች መፈልፈያ ቦታ ይሆናል።

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በአውሮፓ ጦርነቱ ገፍቷል | ሙስሊሞች ጀርመናውያንን በካራ ከገደሉ በኋላ ጀርመኖች አረቦችን መንገድ ላይ ማደን ጀምረዋል

Posted by addisethiopia on August 28, 2018

ባለፈው ሳምንት በምዕራብ ጀርመን ዛሬ በምስራቅ

በምስራቅ ጀርመኗ ኬምኒትስ ከተማ ውስጥ በትናንትናው እሑድ ዕለት፡ ሁለት የሶሪያ እና ኢራቅ አረቦች የ35 ዓመቱን ኩባጀርመናዊ በቢለዋ ቆራርጠው በመግደላቸው በብዙ ሺህ የሚቆጠሩ ጀርመናውያን የከተማዋ ነዋሪዎች መንግድ ላይ በመውጣት አረቦችን ማደን ጀመርዋል። በዛሬው ምሽት ከፍተኛ ብጥብጥ ይነሳ ይሆናል ተብሎ ይፈራል።

አንዳንድ ምንጮች እንደጠቆሙት ከሆነ በአንድ የከተማዋ የበዓል ስነሥርዓት ወቅት፡ ይህ ክልስ ኩባጀርመናዊ፡ ሴት ጀርመናውያንን ለመድፈር የሞከሩትን አረቦች ለማባረር ሲሞክር ቢለዋ መዝዘው ይህን ዳንኤል የተባለ ግለሰብ ገደሉት። ከእርሱ ጋር አብረው የነበሩት ጓደኞቹም ክፉኛ ቆስለው ሆስፒታል ውስጥ የሞት አፋፍ ላይ መድረሳቸው ተገልጿል። ሁለተኛው የዳንኤል ጓደኛም (የሩሲያ ዝርያ ያለው ጀርመን) ዛሬ በሆስፒታል ሞቷል።

ቪዲዮው ላይ እንደሚታየው ቁጣቸውን ለመግለጽ በካርል ማርክስ አደባባይ የወጡትን ጀርመናውያን ፖሊሶች ይመክቷቸዋል፤ ልክ እንደ አንጌላ ኤሊዛቤል ሜርከል፡ አረቦቹን ለመከላከል ማለት ነው። ሜዲያውም የእነዚህ አረብ ወራሪዎች ተባባሪ ነው። ተቃዋሚዎቹ. “Wir sind das Volk!, Das ist unsere Stadt / ሕዝቡ እኛ ነን! ከተማዋ የእኛ ናት! የሚሉ መፈክሮችን በጩኸት ያሰማሉ።

ተመሳሳይ የተቃውሞ ድምጽ እንደ አ..አ በ 1989 .ም ላይ አንጌል ሜርከልን ባፈራው የምስራቁ ኮሙኒስት ጀርመን ሥርዓት ወቅት፡ በዚህ 250 ሺህ ነዋሪዎች ባላት የኬምኒትስ ከተማ (የቀድሞዋ የካርል ማርክስ ከተማ) ይሰማ ነበር።

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የ ሰይጣን ባፌሜት ሦስተኛው ሃውልት አሥርቱ ትዕዛዛት ሐውልት ጎን በክሊንተን ከተማ ይፋ ተደረገ

Posted by addisethiopia on August 18, 2018

ዋውው! በደብረ ታቦር በዓል ዋዜማ!!!

ዛሬ፡ እ.. 08/08/18 ነው!

ከትናንትና በስቲያ፡ እ..አ ኦገስት 16/ 2018 . የሰይጣን ቤተ እርኩስ ውስጥ የፍየል እራስን የሚያሳየው የባፎሜት ሃውልትን ይፋ አድርጓል። ይህ የሰይጣን ሃውልት 2 ሜትር ቁመት ሲኖረው በ አርካንሳስ ግዛት ዋና ከተማ፡ “ሊትል ሮክ ወይም ትንሽ ድንጋይ” (የፕሬዚደንት ክሊንተን አገር)ዋና የማዘጋጃ ቤት አዳራሽ ግቢ ውስጥ ከ ከሚገኘው አሥርቱ ትዕዛዛት ሐውልት ጎን እንዲተከል ተደርጓል።

በደብረ ታቦር በዓል ዋዜማ!

ከዚህ በፊት እ..አ በ2012 .ም እንዲሁ በኦክላሆማ እና እ..አ በ2015 .ም ደግሞ በዲትሮይት፡ ሚቸገን እንዲሁ ይህን የሰይጣን ሃውልት፡ ማዘጋጃ ቤቶቻቸው ውስጥ ከአሥርቱ ትዕዛዛት ሐውልት ጎን ተክለውት ነበር።

ይህ ሰነፍና ጨምላቃ ዓለም “አትግደል! አታመንዝር! አትስረቅ! ወዘተ ብሎ በሚያስተምረን ተወዳዳሪ በሌሌው የአሥርቱ ትዕዛዛት ስርዓት ስር መኖር አይፈልግም። ስለዚህም ነው በአይሁድክርስቲያን ዓለሙ ላይ እርኩስ ጣዖት አምላኪዎች ሰዶማውያንን፣ ዮጋ ሂንዱዎችን፣ ቡዳዎች እና እስላሞችን በማሰባሰብ ላይ የሚገኘው።

ፍየል እራሱ ባፎሜት ግንባር ላይ ያለው የሚታየው ኮከብ ሉሲፈራውያኑ መሪዎቻችንን ሰንደቅ ዓላማችን ላይ እንድነለጥፍ ያስገደዷቸው ባለ አምስት ማዕዘን ኮከብ መሆኑ ነው።

/ር አብይ አህመድ በሚቀጥሉት ስድስት ወራት ይህን ኮከብ እንዲነሳ ካላደረገ እርሱም የባፎሜት ልጅ ነው ማለት ነው።

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ከ ጅጅጋ እስከ ጀርመን | ሶማሌው የመሀመድ አርበኛ ዶክተሩን በካራ ገደለው

Posted by addisethiopia on August 17, 2018

በደቡብ ጀርመን ከተማ በኦፈንቡርግ አንድ የህክምና ማዕከል ውስጥ በዛሬው ኃሙስ ዕለት ነበር ይህ ግድያ የተፈጸመው።

26 ዓመት እድሜ ያለው ሶማሌ ያለምንም ቀጠሮ ወደ ህክምና ማዕከሉ በመግባት ዶክተሩን በካራ ሲገድለው ሴት ረዳቱን ክፉኛ አቁስሏታል። ግለሰቡ ወንጀሉን ከፈጸመ በኋላ ካራውን ወርውሮ ካመለጠ በኋላ በብቡ ፖሊሶችና በሄሊኮፕተር አዳኝነት ወዲያው ተፈልጎ ተይዟል።

ግለሰቡ እ..አ በ2015 .ም ነበር ወደ ጀርመን የመጣው።

መስከረም 2015 ላይ አንጌል ጄዚበል ሜርከል በሚልዬን የሚቆጠሩ ሙስሊሞችን ወደ ጀርመን እንዲገቡና የሦስተኛውን ሂጂራ መቀስቀሷ የሚታወስ ነው።

ምንጭ

ጅጅጋ + ጅማ + ጃዋር + ጃንጃዊድ + ጀርመን + ጀነት + ጅሃድ + ጅብርሊል + ጅኒ

እነዚህ እርኩሶች በ “ጅ” ፊደል የሚጀምረውን ነገር ሁሉ ይወዳሉ፤ “ጀ”ግንነት እየመሰላቸው ይሆን?

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