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Moroccans in Violent Riots in Belgium Despite Win | If You Think This’s About Football, You’re Not Paying Attention

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on November 28, 2022

😇 ገብርኤል 👉 ማርያም 👉 ኡራኤል 👉 ጊዮርጊስ 👉 ተክለ ሐይማኖት 👉 ዮሴፍ 👉 መድኃኔ ዓለም

💭 በቤልጂየም ያሉ ትውልደሞሮኮዎች ቡድናቸው በዓለም ዋንጫ ቤልጂምን ስለቀጣ “ተደስተው” በቤልጂምና ኔዘርላንዶች ከተሞች ጎዳናዎች ላይ አስቀያሚ ረብሻ ፈጥረዋል | እንግዲህ ይህ ስለ እግር ኳስ ነው ብሎ የሚያስብ ካለ ለጉዳዩ አስፈላጊውን ትኩረት እየሰጠ አይደለም ማለት ነው።

☆ Pentagram on Flags: 🐲 Satan Runs The World in These End Times

የሉሲፈር ኮከብ በባንዲራዎች ላይ፤ 🐲 በዚህ የፍጻሜ ዘመን ዓለምን የሚመራት ሰይጣን ነው

⚽ በቤልጂም የሚኖሩ፣ የቤልጂም ዜግነት ያላቸውና የሉሲፈርን ባለ አምስት-ፈርጥ ኮከብ በባንዲራዋ ላይ ያሳረፈችው ሞሮኮ ‘ልጆች’ የእግር ኳስ ቡድናቸው ጥገኝነት የሰጠቻቸውን የቢልጂምን ብሔራዊ የእግር ኳስ ቡድን ስለቀጣ “ከመደሰታቸው” የተነሳ በቤልጂም ከተሞች ረብሻና አመጽን ቀስቅሰው ንብረት ያወድማሉ?! የተገለባበጠባት ዓለም፤ ዋው!

እንግዲህ ይህ ለብዙዎች እጅግ በጣም አስገራሚ የሆነ ክስተት ነው። ነገር ግን አያስገርምም። የእስልምና ቫይረስ እንዲህ ነው የአዳምን ዘር አእምሮ እና ነፍስ በክሎ የሚገለባብጠው። ጤናማ የሰው ዘር የተመኘው ነገር ሲሳካለት ይደሰታል፣ ይዘፍናል፣ ይደንሳል፤ ሌላውን ያቅፋል። ወራሪዎቹ መሀመዳውያኑ ግን ትሕትናን፣ አክብሮትን፣ ደስታን፣ ፍቅርን፣ አቃፊነትን ስለማያውቁ የጥላቻ፣ የውድመት፣ የዘረፋና የግድያ ጂሃድ በሄዱበት ቦታ ሁሉ ማካሄዱን ይመርጣሉ።

እንደ ሞሮኮ በባንዲራዋ ላይ የዋቄዮ-አላህ-ሉሲፈረን ፔንታግራም ኮከብ ባሳረፈችው ኢትዮጵያም የእስልምና ቫይረስ የተሸከሙት ወራሪዎቹ ጋላ-ኦሮሞዎችም በፍቅር ተቀብላ ባስተናገደጃቸው፤ በአስተማረቻቸው፣ በአዳነቻቸውና ቅዱስ የሆነውን ነገር ሁሉ በሰጠቻቸው በኢትዮጵያ እና ክርስቲያን ሕዝቧ ላይ ተመሳሳይ የጥላቻ፣ ውድመት፣ የዘረፋ፣ የመድፈርና የጭፍጨፋ ጂሃድ በማካሄድ ላይ ይገኛሉ። ባጎረስኩ ተነከስኩ።

👉 አንድ መረገም የማይሻ ጤናማ የሆነ የእግዚአብሔር ማሕበረሰብ እነዚህን ምስጋና-ቢስ የዋቄዮ-አላህ-ሉሲፈር ልጆችን እንደ አማሌቃውያን ከሃገሩ ማስወጣት ይኖርበታል። ሌላ ምንም አማራጭ ሊኖር አይችልም!

❖❖❖[ኦሪት ዘዳግም ምዕራፍ ፳፭፥፲፱]❖❖❖

“ስለዚህ አምላክህ እግዚአብሔር ትወርሳት ዘንድ በሚሰጥህ ምድር ከሚከብቡህ ጠላቶችህ ሁሉ አምላክህ እግዚአብሔር ባሳረፈህ ጊዜ፥ የአማሌቅን ዝክረ ስሙን ከሰማይ በታች አጥፋው፤ ይህንን አትርሳ።”

❖ የአብርሐም፣ ይስሐቅና ዮሴፍ አምላክ ግን፤ “ለሁሉም ነገር ጊዜ አለው” ይለናል።

❖❖❖[መክብብ ፫፥፩፡፰]❖❖❖

“ለሁሉም ነገር ጊዜ አለው፤ ከሰማይ በታች ለሚከናወነው ለማንኛውም ነገር ወቅት አለው፤ ለመወለድ ጊዜ አለው፤ ለመሞትም ጊዜ አለው፤ ለመትከል ጊዜ አለው፤ ለመንቀልም ጊዜ አለው፤ ለመግደል ጊዜ አለው፤ ለማዳንም ጊዜ አለው፤ ለማፍረስ ጊዜ አለው፤ ለመገንባትም ጊዜ አለው፤ ለማልቀስ ጊዜ አለው፤ ለመሣቅም ጊዜ አለው፤ ለሐዘን ጊዜ አለው፤ ለጭፈራም ጊዜ አለው፤ ድንጋይ ለመጣል ጊዜ አለው፤ ድንጋይ ለመሰብሰብም ጊዜ አለው፤ ለመተቃቀፍ ጊዜ አለው፤ ለመለያየትም ጊዜ አለው፤ ለመፈለግ ጊዜ አለው፤ ለመተው ጊዜ አለው፤ ለማስቀመጥ ጊዜ አለው፤ አውጥቶ ለመጣልም ጊዜ አለው፤ ለመቅደድ ጊዜ አለው፤ ለመስፋትም ጊዜ አለው፤ ለዝምታ ጊዜ አለው፤ ለመናገርም ጊዜ አለው፤ ለመውደድ ጊዜ አለው፤ ለመጥላትም ጊዜ አለው፤ ለጦርነት ጊዜ አለው፤ ለሰላምም ጊዜ አለው።”

⚽ ‘Sons’ of Morocco – a country that has the five-pointed star of Lucifer on its flag – who live in Belgium, have Belgian citizenship now cause again riots in Belgian cities and destroy properties because they are “happy”, after their team defeated the Belgian national football team? A world turned upside down. Wow!

Well, this is a very surprising phenomenon for many. But not really. This is how the virus of Islam subverts the mind and soul of Adam’s race. A healthy human being rejoices, sings and dances when what it wishes for is achieved; embraces the other. But the invading Mohammedans do not know humility, respect, joy, love, and loyalty, so they prefer to carry out a jihad of hatred, destruction, robbery, and murder wherever they go.

In Ethiopia, which has also placed the star of Waqqeyo-Allah-Lucifer/ pentagram on its flag, the invading Gala-Oromos are doing the same evil thing against the Indigenous Ethiopians who accepted, taught, saved and treated them with love; They are carrying out the same sort of Jihad with their usual tools of hatred, destruction, robbery, rape and massacre against Ethiopia and its Christian people, who gave them everything that is sacred. Ethiopian proverb: “biting the hand that feeds you” / ”ባጎረስኩ እጄን ተነከስኩ!“

👉 A healthy community of God that does not want to be cursed should expel/ eradicate the ungrateful children of Waqqeyo-Allah-Lucifer from the country like the Amalekites. There can be no other option! “Remember what Amalek did to you ….Eradicate totally the memory of Amalek” (Deut. 25:17-19)

❖ The God of Abraham, Isaac and Joseph; He tells us, “There is a time for everything.”

❖❖❖[Ecclesiastes 3:1-8]❖❖❖

A Time for Everything

  • 1 There is a time for everything,
  • and a season for every activity under the heavens:
  • 2 a time to be born and a time to die,
  • a time to plant and a time to uproot,
  • 3 a time to kill and a time to heal,
  • a time to tear down and a time to build,
  • 4 a time to weep and a time to laugh,
  • a time to mourn and a time to dance,
  • 5 a time to scatter stones and a time to gather them,
  • a time to embrace and a time to refrain from embracing,
  • 6 a time to search and a time to give up,
  • a time to keep and a time to throw away,
  • 7 a time to tear and a time to mend,
  • a time to be silent and a time to speak,
  • 8 a time to love and a time to hate,
  • a time for war and a time for peace.

⚽ The Belgian cities of Brussels and Antwerp, along with a number of cities in neighboring Holland, were rocked by mass rioting after Morocco’s fans took to the streets to celebrate their team’s 2-0 victory over Belgium in the World Cup on Sunday.

Although Belgium is far from Morocco, the country hosts over 500,000 people of Moroccan descent, and many of them back their native country’s national team. Scenes of violence quickly spread across social media, with fans of the Morocco national team burning vehicles, looting shops, and even attacking a police station.

Police deployed tear gas to disperse fans following the victory, but rioting went on into the evening, resulting in a number of additional vehicles being set on fire.

Morocco’s victory was seen as yet another major upset during the tournament, and few believed the team was capable of besting Belgium, which is currently the number two ranked team in the world.

A dozen rioters were detained by authorities in Brussels who deployed water cannons and fired tear gas to disperse crowds, while eight were arrested in the port city of Antwerp.

Across the border in the Netherlands, vehicles were torched in Amsterdam, and a group of approximately 500 rioters charged police in Rotterdam, launching glass and fireworks at authorities resulting in two officers suffering injuries. Dutch riot police also dispersed crowds in The Hague and Utrecht, according to tweets from the Dutch national police force.

“One suffered hearing damage, and the other got something to the head,” said a Rotterdam police spokesman.

Brussels’ mayor, Philippe Close, said, “I condemn in the strongest terms the incidents of this afternoon.

“The police have already firmly intervened. I therefore advise against fans coming to the city center. The police are doing all they can to maintain public order. I have ordered the police to carry out arrests of the troublemakers.”

In a clip posted to Twitter, men can be seen laughing as ambulances are attacked in Brussels. In the same clip posted, individuals can be seen attacking a police van with various projectiles.

One individual in Brussels was seriously injured after he was hit in the face with a stone.

Claire Martens, VVD party chairman in Amsterdam said: “This was not a party. These are guys who think they are in charge of the streets and not the police. We cannot accept that. Why did the (authorities) intervene so late? How are we going to prevent this next week?”

Belgium, a country of only 11.5 million, has one of the largest populations of Muslims in all of Europe relative to its population size, and Moroccans make up a huge share of that population. The rioting and celebrations from Moroccans in both Belgium and the Netherlands is sure to raise claims of dual loyalty, with many of the people both countries have accepted to “diversify” their nations not only rooting against their host country, but also actively partaking in property destruction and attacks on police.

💭 Moroccans Remain Largest Group of Foreigners to Receive Belgium Citizenship

The number of citizenships granted to Moroccans represents 9% of the total number of foreign nationals who became Belgians in 2021.

Of the 38,342 foreigners to obtain Belgian citizenship last year, the highest proportion were Moroccan, according to the latest report from the Federal Migration Centre.

The top three countries of origin were Morocco (9%), Syria and Romania.

The Moroccan community in Belgium is estimated at over 80,000, representing the largest non-European community in the European country.

Radicalised Belgian-Moroccans Responsible For Major Terrorist Attacks

In 1988, the first local councillor of Moroccan origin was elected in Antwerp at the same time as the far-right Vlaams Belang party saw some of its greatest electoral successes, putting issues like immigration and radical Islam centre-stage.

After the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2011, public sentiment shifted even further against Moroccans: “The radicalisation of a part of the Muslim population leads to a re-reading of the Moroccan presence in Belgium,” said Bousetta.

In the Paris attacks of 13 November 2015, and those in Brussels on 22 March 2016, the perpetrators were determined to be Belgian-Moroccans.

Today Moroccans are the largest foreign community in Belgium, ahead of Italians, and they seek citizenship at higher rates: 74% become Belgians, compared to 46% of Italians.

But unlike Italy, Morocco is not part of the European Union, meaning citizenship offers Moroccans greater benefits than it necessarily would for Italians.

Applications for residence by Moroccan nationals in Belgium are mainly for family reasons (65% of applications), according to the 2022 Annual Immigration Report.

The number of Moroccans residing abroad is estimated at over 5 million. The Moroccan government has frequently emphasized the importance of its diaspora members and their contribution to the country’s economy.

Remittances from Moroccans residing abroad reached $4.6 billion during the first half of 2022, representing an increase of 6.1% compared to the same period in 2021.

In 2021, money transfers from the Moroccan diaspora reached MAD 100 billion, or $10.8 billion.

Last year, the flow of remittances from Moroccans residing abroad represented 7.4% of Moroccan GDP, according to the World Bank.

💭 Selected Comments: Breitbart News + Daily Mail

Moroccans are RIOTING because their football team won and they are happy? Has the world gone mad?

Are they beginning to understand what’s happened? And if they do, is it too late to do anything?

When you see which flag they are waving it should leave you in doubt as to where their true allegiance lies.

They clearly have no loyalty to Belgium, as all inva de d European countries suffer the same violent intrusion on our religion, culture and mode of life.

If the Moroccans were Orthodox or Catholic Christians, there would not be any problem.

Most of these “Moroccans” are Belgian citizens and enjoy Belgian welfare payments. They wouldn’t dream of enduring the hard life in Morocco. And yet they spit in our faces…

Moroccans have been a problem since they first arrived in Europe in numbers in the 60s. Their recent behavior should come as no surprise

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Prof. Nyssen: Genocider Abiy Ahmed Must Go to The ICC For Commiting Genocide in Tigray

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on November 19, 2022

💭 ቤልጂጋዊው የመልክዓ ምድር (ጂዖግራፊ) ፕሮፌሰር ያን ኒሰን “የዘር ማጥፋት ወንጀል ፈጻሚው ግራኝ አብዮት አህመድ በትግራይ የዘር ማጥፋት ወንጀል ለፈጸመው ግፍና ወንጀል ሁሉ ወደ ዓለም ዓቀፍ ፍርድ ቤት መሄድ አለበት።”

💭 My Note: Please get rid of that Luciferian/ Chinese Flag immediately / እባካችሁ ያን የሉሲፈራሪያኑን / የቻይናን ባንዲራ ባፋጣኝ አስወግዱት!

💭 Professor Jan Nyssen’s Speech at the “Save Tigray” demonstration in Brussels, 14 November 2022

👉 Prof. Jan Nyssen, Ghent University, Belgium

Good day to all!

All of us are very sad. We haven’t heard from our friends and relatives in Tigray for one or two years. We all know people who have died before their age. And we are alone: besides some smaller countries, NGOs and individuals, the international community has let Tigray down. Among the smaller countries that have understood the suffering of Tigray, there is Ireland. Ethiopia has direly punished them for that. But why is Ireland taking such a principled attitude? In my understanding, that is because, just like Tigray, Ireland knows what famine is. Just like Tigray, Ireland knows what it is to have an imperial neighbor. Ireland was living on the side of imperial Britain, Tigray is living on the side of imperial Ethiopia.

We are two weeks after the Pretoria agreements, and the humanitarian aid has not arrived – humanitarian aid should be there in any case, it should not even have been part of the peace negotiations.

We have calculated that 5 to 10% of the Tigray civilians have died due to massacres and starvation; to that you may add the numerous young fighters who took up weapons not to defend a party but to defend their families, their mothers and sisters from the killer armies.

Yesterday (13 November 2022), the Ethiopian chief of staff, Berhanu Jula said that “Tigray has been sufficiently punished”. What does that mean “Tigray has been sufficiently punished”? Let it sink in: “Tigray has been sufficiently punished”! So this was indeed a war against Tigray and not a war against TPLF! We have proven since the beginning that this is a war against Tigray, and not just a war to capture 128 individuals, or so, as Abiy claimed.

Abiy Ahmed is the main responsible, he has invited the Amhara fanos and Isayas. I listed their programme on my poster boards. But then, so many people have been killed, so many war crimes. The whole diplomatic world knows it, they express concerns after concerns but they do not take action. Are our governments really that naïve?

I think that they are more concerned with big business than with nitty gritty things like humanity and war crimes. At global scale we have the IMF which was just waiting for the Pretoria paperwork to give new loans to the Ethiopian government. But even here at the scale of Belgium: one of our Belgian MPs, Samuel Cogolati, has proposed to sanction the Ethiopian regime by curtailing the landing rights for Ethiopian Airlines. It would be a sanction that does not hurt the poorest of the poor in Ethiopia, because they cannot afford international air travel anyway. But what do we hear then as feedback from our government circles? “Oh, but we should not be tough on Ethiopia, otherwise they will shift their cargo flights from Liège in Belgium to Maastricht in The Netherlands; and we’ll lose income”… That’s how far the complicity is going, that is Realpolitik.

Regardless of complicity, from a moral point of view, we are convinced that Abiy should go to the ICC. If Omar Al-Bashir of Sudan has been sent to the ICC for the Darfur genocide -rightly so- then why should Abiy not go to the ICC for the Tigray genocide? We have to continue insisting on that. We are working now to prepare a comparative table between the Darfur genocide and the Tigray genocide. Both from the point of view of the theoretical aspects, and the numbers of victims.

Now, back to Berhanu Jula’s “Tigray has been sufficiently punished”. The second message that we hear would then be “OK now we are going to stop punishing Tigray”. Can we believe that? Can we believe that now, all of a sudden, they are going to stop punishing Tigray, like they say? You don’t trust them. I don’t trust them. The people in Tigray don’t trust them. We have seen the imagery of the Mehabere Dego massacre. That massacre was filmed, but for instance I know three sites around my town of Hagere Selam where similar massacres took place, but that were not filmed, yet the massacres took place in the same way. So the people know very well what ENDF is, they cannot trust it. There are no international observers; it should be full with UN people to see what is going on.

I have discussed with colleagues about the Rwandan genocide of 1994. Did you know that in 1993, there were the Arusha accords between both warring parties. But the main wave of the [Rwandan] genocide came after the agreement. So, better to be aware, it is not because there is an agreement that the genocide will stop. If something goes wrong, it can all run bad again. There are no mechanisms to enforce this agreement.

So, we are here, we feel like we are left alone. But we must continue to raise awareness, to talk to politicians. I am also urging you very much to reach out to the general public. You would be surprised by the number of people in Belgium, but also in the surrounding countries who still don’t know that there is a war in Tigray. We have to integrate with the fellow students, with the community where you are living and to bring them to events like this.

I also want to say: forget about party politics. It is Tigray as a whole that is being martyred. You and I should act in defense of Tigray. Last but not least, I wish to thank you for being the advocates of your people, and, let’s continue the struggle.

👉 Courtesy: Tghat

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