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Aid Organization Calls on President Biden to Hold Ethiopian Prime Minister Ahmed Accountable for Mass Killings in Tigray

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on April 2, 2021

On April 1, 2021, the B.B.C. published a video showing Ethiopian military forces carrying out a massacre in Ethiopia’s Tigray region. The video is one of the many confirmations that Ethiopian troops are committing mass atrocities against civilians in Tigray. The shocking video showing Ethiopian military personnel executing civilians and throwing their bodies off a cliff has been republished by CNN and other news outlets worldwide. The shocking video comes as no surprise for reports of mass killings and other human rights abuses being committed by Ethiopian and Eritrean military forces against civilians in Tigray have been widely reported.

While the United States Senate has taken action by putting forward Senate Resolution 97, the Biden Administration has taken no concrete action to protect civilians in Tigray or hold the Ethiopian and Eritrean governments accountable for the crimes committed by their armed forces and militia. Senate Resolution 97 condemns the atrocities taking place in Tigray, calls for independent investigations into the killings, and demands that the perpetrators of these crimes be held accountable.

The Tigray Center for Information and Communication (T.C.I.C) calls on President Biden to follow the Senate’s lead and take action to stop the crimes being committed in Tigray. The T.C.I.C calls on the Biden Administration to push for Global Magnitsky Act sanctions against senior members of the Ethiopian and Eritrean governments. The T.C.I.C also calls upon President Biden to work with Congress to institute a safe zone in Tigray for civilians seeking safety and for the U.S. to work with the United Nations to stop the flow of weapons and drones being used to kill civilians in Tigray.

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CNN: ‘Two Bullets is Enough’ Analysis of Tigray Massacre Video Raises Questions For Ethiopian Army

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on April 2, 2021

CNN + Amnesty International | Shedding Light on a Clifftop Massacre in Ethiopia | የአክሱም ማኅበረ ደጎ ገደል ጫፍ እልቂት ሲገለጥ

My Note: The war criminal unEthiopian government which is thriving on hate and genocide wants to hide the truth by silencing some of us who are trying to share openly available informations about the ongoing genocide in Tigray. The goevenment just contactd Google with content removal requests on some of our YouTube channels. So, they seek to continue the genocide in Tigray.

Dawit was watching television at a relative’s one-room apartment in Axum, a historic city in Ethiopia’s war-torn, northern Tigray region, in early March when a news bulletin flashed up on the screen.

Graphic, unverified footage had surfaced of a mass killing near Dawit’s hometown of Mahibere Dego, in a mountainous area of central Tigray. In the shaky video Ethiopian soldiers appeared to round up a group of young, unarmed men on a wind-swept, dusty ledge before shooting them at point-blank range — picking them up by an arm or a leg and flinging or kicking their bodies off a rocky hillside like ragdolls.

The soldiers can be heard in the footage urging one another not to waste bullets, to use the minimum amount needed to kill and to make sure none of the group were left alive. They also appear to cheer each other on, praising the killings as heroic and hurling insults at the men in their captivity.

Dawit said he believes one of the men in the video, broadcast on a diaspora television station Tigrai Media House (TMH), was his younger brother, Alula. CNN has changed the names of both brothers for Dawit’s safety.

The mass killing near Mahibere Dego is one of several to have been reported over the course of Ethiopia’s five-month-old conflict during which thousands of civilians are believed to have been killed, raped and abused. But with independent access to journalists severely restricted until recently and telephone and internet services often blocked, it has been challenging to verify accounts of atrocities in Tigray. Amid the effective communications blackout, few videos have emerged from the fighting and those that have are difficult to authenticate.

Through a forensic frame-by-frame investigation of the video footage — corroborated by analysis from Amnesty International’s digital verification and modeling experts — as well as interviews with 10 family members and local residents, CNN has established that men wearing Ethiopian army uniforms executed a group of at least 11 unarmed men before disposing of their bodies near Mahibere Dego.

Footage obtained by CNN shows soldiers rounding up dozens of young men on a clifftop and checking if they’re armed. Credit: Tigrai Media House

Dawit said he last saw his 23-year-old brother — in the same clothes he is seen wearing in the video — at their mother’s house in Mahibere Dego on January 15. The video is not timestamped and CNN does not have the original, raw footage to examine the file’s metadata but it is likely the video was filmed that same day.

Dawit was out in the fields looking after his cattle when he said Ethiopian soldiers arrived in the town and went door-to-door dragging young men, including his brother, from their homes.

The troops shot at him, Dawit said, and he ran into the bush to escape, breaking his leg as he scrambled down a rocky path. Later, he said he could hear gunfire in the distance, and then silence.

Until he watched the video, he said he had no idea what had happened to his brother. But even after watching the footage countless times, Dawit said he is still holding out hope Alula is alive.

CNN is not able to independently verify that Alula is pictured in the footage, and the man that Dawit identifies as his brother is not identifiable among the dead.

“Since we didn’t see his body with our own eyes and bury our brother ourselves, it’s hard for us to believe he’s dead. It feels like he’s still alive, we can’t accept his death,” Dawit said.

“We will always remember him.”

After the attack, Dawit fled Mahibere Dego with two of his teenage siblings, limping 12 miles to their eldest brother’s home in Axum; hundreds of other residents displaced from the town and surrounding area are now sleeping rough in the city’s streets.

Dawit said the only people left in the town are those too elderly to make the trek — including his own mother. She doesn’t have internet access or satellite TV, so she hasn’t seen the gruesome video. Dawit has spoken to her over the phone — telephone networks in Mahibere Dego have been intermittent — but he hasn’t mentioned the footage. For now, he said, it is easier that way.

Ethiopia is facing a raft of intense scrutiny over human rights violations that may amount to war crimes in its Tigray region. Thousands of civilians are believed to have been killed since November, when Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed launched a major military operation against Tigray’s ruling party, the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF), sending in national troops and militia fighters from Ethiopia’s Amhara region.

CNN has previously compiled extensive eyewitness testimony that soldiers from neighboring Eritrea had crossed into Tigray and were perpetrating massacres, extrajudicial killings, sexual violence and other abuses.

The state-appointed Ethiopian Human Rights Commission last week said its investigations found preliminary evidence that more than 100 people in Axum were killed by Eritrean soldiers in November, confirming earlier reports by Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch.

In late March, Medecins Sans Frontieres said its staffers had witnessed Ethiopian soldiers drag several men off public buses and execute them near the Tigray capital, Mekelle.

Abiy said last week his government would hold accountable any soldier found responsible for committing atrocities in Tigray — acknowledging for the first time that Eritrean troops were fighting alongside Ethiopian forces and that they would withdraw from border areas. It is not clear whether Eritrean forces have pulled out of Tigray.

The Eritrean embassy of the UK and Ireland responded to CNN’s repeated requests for comment on March 22, denying allegations of wrongdoing by Eritrean soldiers and denying that Eritrean troops were in Ethiopia.

For months, both countries denied that Eritrean troops were in the war-torn region, and insisted no civilians have been killed in the conflict, contradicting accounts from residents, refugees, aid agencies, diplomats and Ethiopian civilian officials.

If the soldiers in the Mahibere Dego video are indeed Ethiopian National Defense Forces then it may be the first visual evidence of Ethiopia’s involvement in war crimes.

The Ethiopian government and its interim administration in Tigray did not immediately respond to CNN’s request for comment on the video and accusations that its forces abducted scores of men from the Mahibere Dego area.

On Friday, after CNN’s investigation published, Abiy’s office said in a statement that “social media posts and claims cannot be taken as evidence, regardless of whether Western media report it or not.” The statement added that the government “has indicated its open will for independent investigations to be undertaken in the Tigray region.”

“Since we didn’t see his body with our own eyes and bury our brother ourselves, it’s hard for us to believe he’s dead. It feels like he’s still alive, we can’t accept his death. We will always remember him.”

The footage was initially broadcast in early March by Tigrai Media House (TMH), a pro-Tigray subscription satellite TV and YouTube channel based in the United States, and has widely circulated on social media in the weeks since.

Stalin Gebreselassie, a TMH journalist and presenter based in Washington, DC, told CNN he was sent the gruesome footage via a source in Tigray. The source told him that the video was filmed on a mobile phone by an Ethiopian army soldier turned whistleblower involved in the mass killing.

TMH paid the whistleblower directly for the footage, Gebreselassie said, so that he could leave Ethiopia and go into hiding. As part of the agreement, TMH waited until they had received word that he was safely outside the country before broadcasting the video.

“I managed to talk to him only for three minutes. The words he uttered to me were: ‘I’m so sorry brother … I am really sorry for what I did in Tigray, the Tigrayan people don’t deserve this,'” Gebreselassie said, describing his call with the whistleblower. Gebreselassie said that the whistleblower appeared to regret his involvement in the killing, and told him that he was sharing the video with TMH “to heal” and “expose what the Ethiopian government was doing to its own people.”

CNN was unsuccessful in its attempts to reach the soldier directly, and does not know the extent of the soldier’s involvement in the atrocities.

Gebreselassie said the footage was sent to him on WhatsApp in five compressed video clips, due to persistent internet bandwidth issues in Tigray, but maintains it was all filmed by the soldier on one device.

Without the raw footage and associated metadata, CNN cannot confirm the original device the five videos were filmed on, who filmed them, the date they were filmed or whether they were selectively edited.

Still, CNN was able to geolocate the video to a rugged clifftop three miles south of Mahibere Dego, identifying the terrain, tree line, vegetation and shape of the mountains on Google Earth.

Separately, Amnesty International said it confirmed the location in all five video clips using 3D modeling software that overlaid the footage on top of satellite imagery of the location.

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#TigrayGenocide | Shedding Light On A Clifftop Massacre In Ethiopia | የአክሱም ማኅበረ ደጎ ገደል ጫፍ እልቂት ሲገለጥ

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on April 2, 2021

On an arid plateau somewhere in Ethiopia, a man in uniform pushes a dead body which goes tumbling head over heels off the edge of a cliff. More corpses are strewn around nearby rocks and boulders.

The scene comes from one of five graphic videos which started appearing from 9 March, 2021, on the EthiopiaMap Telegram channel. Viewed together, they show Amharic-speaking soldiers, one of whose uniforms bears the markings of the Ethiopian national flag on its sleeve, rounding up a group of around 25 to 30 people in civilian clothing. The captives file towards a precipice at gunpoint, where they are executed.

These videos were taken by the soldiers (mostly male and some female) themselves.

Since last November, a war has raged between Ethiopia’s federal government and rebel forces in the Tigray Region in the country’s North. Tens of thousands of civilians have fled across the border to neighbouring Sudan.

In recent months, credible reports of massacres, looting and rape have emerged from the region. As one UN official remarked to Britain’s Sky News this month “We don’t know what the situation is in rural parts of Tigray and what we don’t know really worries us”.

Bellingcat and colleagues from Newsy and BBC Africa Eye have located the execution videos from the EthiopiaMap Telegram channel to a cliff approximately 15 kilometres South of Aksum, a city in the wartorn Tigray Region. The closest town is Mahbere Dego, which may be the last place these men were seen alive.

Audible Clues

The language used by the soldiers can establish their likely origin. According to Gubae Gundarta Beyene, a translator and communications scholar at the University of Oregon who hails from Ethiopia, the soldiers in the videos are not speaking in Tigrinya or Arabic, the primary languages of Eritrea. Tigrinya is also the native language of the vast majority of the Tigray Region’s inhabitants and of TPLF supporters.

Instead, they are speaking Amharic — Ethiopia’s administrative language and the native tongue of the Amhara people. Gundarta, who produced a translation of the speech in the videos, stated that the soldiers’ accents indicate that they are mostly native Amharic speakers from the Amhara Region, though some may be second language speakers from the Oromia Region.

On several occasions in Video One and Video Two, the armed men describe their victims as “Woyane” (Amharic: ወያኔ, Tigrinya: ወያነ). This word is a particularly important indicator of the armed men’s allegiance.

The scene described at the beginning of this article comes from Video One. “We learned brutality from the Woyane. There isn’t much we can do about it. This is what you become in the end”, asks the man filming the corpses, who, according to Gundarta, speaks Amharic with an Amhara Region accent. A voice in the background recommends dousing the bodies with kerosene to burn them. The speaker regrets that he has none.

In Video Two, a man speaking in Amharic with an Amhara Region accent films three dead bodies by the cliff edge. “As you can see, these are Woyane corpses. We have put them all out here,” he explains. Gunshots ring out in the distance, leading him to turn around and cry “Attaboy! You’re a hero! Such a hero! This is the end for Woyane. We have no mercy left”. Another corpse can be seen on the ground as a group of uniformed men walk away.

Who are the “Woyane”?

This epithet, which roughly translates as “insurgent”, is used derisively for rebels or people believed to be affiliated with the TPLF. However, some Tigrayans use it as a term of pride, referring to the Woyane Rebellion of the 1940s, when their ancestors rose up against the rule of Ethiopia’s Emperor Haile Selassie.

“It was a rallying cry for the Tigrayan struggle, which was also along the lines of demanding autonomy or at least against marginalisation against the central state,” explained the International Crisis Group’s Davison.

“It looks very much like they are accusing those people in the video of being members of the TPLF. The fact that these people are suspected of being Woyane is almost seen as justification for the violence being exacted upon them,” Davison added.

Audible Clues

While the five videos do not contain enough information to determine when exactly they were recorded, other clues may offer further avenues of inquiry.

For example, a satellite image taken on 20 January 2021 shows approximately 16 vehicles just 150 metres from the cliff where the executions took place. The image also shows the presence of an artillery battery on the plateau by the trucks:

This satellite image taken on 20 January 2021 shows military vehicles and artillery approximately 150 meters north of the cliff where the massacre took place (Source: Includes material © CNES 2021, Distribution Airbus DS all rights reserved / PLEIADES satellite imagery Acquired through ShadowBreak Intl via BBC Africa)

The Missing Clue

What can we say about the executions at the clifftop that day?

Our geolocation confirms that a massacre took place in Mahbere Dego.

There is some evidence to suggest the allegiance of the soldiers, from an Ethiopian flag on one soldier’s uniform to their use of the Amharic language and the word “Woyane” to describe their victims. These clues point towards the presence of the Ethiopian military or its allies at Mahbere Dego. Beyond these hints, however, the identities of the executioners cannot be conclusively established by open source methods alone at the time of publication.

The final clue may lie in on the ground reporting in Tigray, something which remains particularly dangerous.

Until that changes, open source material continues to be a key resource for documenting the ongoing humanitarian disaster in Tigray, some of which is being provided by perpetrators of the crimes themselves.

“Why don’t you get closer and record?” one armed man exclaims to the camera in Video Four. “How could we not record the way they die?”

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#TigrayGenocide | The Mahbere Dego Clifftop Massacre in Ethiopia | የማኅበረ ደጎ ገደል ጫፍ እልቂት

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on April 2, 2021

🔥 Who’s Committed This Massacre in Ethiopia?

The BBC has obtained a series of disturbing videos, which later circulated on social media.

They appear to show the massacre of unarmed civilians in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region, by people wearing Ethiopian army uniforms.

A BBC Africa Eye team has investigated where this took place and what the shocking videos tell us.

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የአክሱም ጽዮን ጭፍጨፋ ምስክር | ‘አማራ በመሆኔ በሕይወት ተረፍኩ’

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on March 8, 2021

ትግሬዎች ሲረሸኑ እኔ ግን በአማራ መታወቂያ ከጭፍጨፋው መትረፌ አሁን ቆጨኝ”

👉 የምያንማሯ መነኩሴ፤ “ወገኖቼን ከምትገድሏቸው እባካችሁ እኔን ግደሉኝ!” ይላሉ

👉 የእኛዎቹ ደግሞ “እኔ አማራ ነኝ፤ አትግደሉኝ!” ይላሉ። 😢😢😢

🔥 አቤት ቅሌት! አቤት ወንጀል! አቤት በአማራና ኦሮሞ ላይ እየመጣ ያለው መቅሰፍት! ያው እንግዲህ “በሴቶች ቀን” ጽንስ ማኮላሺያ የኮሮና ክትባት ተልኮላችኋል! ያውም ጽላተ ሙሴን በማደን ላይ ካለችው ከእስራኤል ዘ-ስጋ!

ወገን በመታወቂያ እየተለየ ይገደላል? እግዚአብሔር በሰጣቸው በራሳቸው ምድር? በቅድስት አክሱም? እስኪ እናስበው፤ “በወለጋም ጦርነት አለ፣ ግድያ ይፈጸማል።” ይሉናል የትግራዋይን ሃዘን፣ ለቅሶ እና እሮሮ ለመስረቅ የሚተጉት እነዚህ አውሬዎች። ታዲያ ለምንድን ነው ኦሮሞው በመታወቂያ ተለይቶ ሲታደን፣ ከስራ፣ ትምህርት ቤትና ጎረቤት ሲባረር፣ ከአገር መውጣት ሲከለከል ወይም ሲገደል የማናየው? አክሱምን ጽዮንን ደፍሮ በትግራይ ላይ እነማን ጭፍጨፋውን እያካሄዱ እንደሆኑ እያየነው ነው፤ አዎ! ኦሮሞዎች+ አማራዎች + ኦሮማራዎች። በዚህ አጋጣሚ የአክሱም ጽዮንን ልጆች የምጠቁመው፤ “ኢትዮፎሩም” እና “አውሎ ሜዲያ” ከሚባሉትም ሜዲያዎች ልባችሁ በድጋሚ እንዳይሰበር ተጠንቀቁ። ዛሬ ኢትዮጵያ ሆኖ ለትግራይ አጀንዳ የቆመ አንድም ሜዲያ ሊኖር አይችልም፤ ሁሉም በግራኝ አብዮት አህመድና በኦሮሙማ አርበኞቹ ሥር ናቸው። ሁሉም የሚጠቀሙት የተለመደውን ዲያብሎሳዊ ዘይቤ ነው፤ እራሳችሁን እንዳትችሉ፣ የራሳችሁ ሜዲያ እንዳይኖራችሁ፣ ጥገኛ አድርጎ ለማልፈስፈስ ወዘተ። “ ሰዎች ጥቅም ወዳድ ናቸውና በጥቅም ሂድባቸውየሚፈልጉትን እያሳየህ ወደምትፈልገው ስፍራ ውሰድ እና ጣላቸውከዚያም በሬ ሆይ! ሳሩን አየህና ገደሉን ሳታይብለህ ተርትባቸውብሎ ነበር እኮ እባቡ አብዮት አህመድ አሊ።

👉 እስኪ የምያንማሯን መነኩሴ ከእኛዎቹ ጋር እናነጻጽራቸው።

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Ethiopian Peacekeepers Who Brought Peace to South Sudan Attacked by The Nobel Peace Laureate PM

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on February 22, 2021

Because they are Tigrayans

ምክኒያቱ፡ ትግሪዋይ ስለሆኑ

ለደቡብ ሱዳን ሰላምን ያመጡ የኢትዮጵያ ሰላም አስከባሪዎች በኖቤል የሰላም ተሸላሚ ው ሰአራዊት ጥቃት ደርሶባቸዋል

👉 My Note:

And the relatives of those Ethiopian peacemakers from Tigray are massacred in Tigray. It’s unbelievable, peacemakers are persecuted, while war criminals tolerated, applauded and awarded. What’s the UN doing? What is the Organization standing for?

TWO MONTHS AGO, secretary general, António Guterres, bluntly asked Mr. Abiy Ahmed if Eritrean troops were fighting in his war. “He guaranteed to me that they have not entered Tigrayan territory,” said Mr. Guterres. Now, it has been proven by all sides, it was a lie, an unhonorable lie, a deadly lie — as they have entered in many divisions, and still are barbarically massacring civilians.

Today Massacre, Destruction, Famine and Ethnic Cleansing reign.

Today Abiy and Isaias are heading to destroy the Tekeze Hydro Electric Dam .

Nobel laureate PM of Ethiopia lied to you, Mr. Guterres about the presence of Eritrean troops in Tigray – what now Mr. Secretary-General? Abiy and Isaias continue massacring Christian Tigrayans, ethnically profiling them, and even arresting and attacking UN peacekeepers as we speak.

Abiy Ahmed LIED to you, Mr Guterres, and now The first secretary-general of the UN, Trygve LIE is watching from above – not to mention The ALMIGHTY EGZIABHER.

Clashes Erupt At Juba Airport As Ethiopian Peacekeepers Are Forced To Return Home

Forced return to Ethiopia where most peacekeepers fears government brutality was met with resistance sparking fist fight, well-informed South Sudan government security sources with direct knowledge said.

Fist fighting has erupted among Ethiopian troops serving in South Sudan as part of the United Nations peacekeeping mission in the world’s youngest country after a forced return to Ethiopia where most peacekeepers fears government brutality was met with resistance, several well-informed South Sudan government sources with direct knowledge have told Sudans Post this evening.

“There was a fist fight this afternoon. A good number of the Ethiopian forces working at the United Nations Mission in South Sudan as peacekeepers are being forced to return home. They are mainly from the Tyggray region and they resisted and this has caused fist fight because those who refused were beaten,” the government security source at Juba International Airport said.

Another senior Juba airport staffer confirmed the fist fight and said there were no danger as all of the peacekeepers were not carrying their guns when the fist fight broke out saying heavily mounted security vehicles have been deployed at the airport.

“As I speak to you, there is a heavy presence of National Security Service and police forces at Juba airport,” the official said on condition of anonymity. “They were being forced to return home because most of the peacekeepers have concerns to their safety once they arrive in Ethiopia and I am talking about those from the Tyggray region.”

Phone calls to South Sudan government spokesman Michael Makuei and the army spokesman were not responded. Police spokesman Major-General Daniel Justin said he won’t comment “until I find out what is being said to have taken place while I haven’t heard anything about it.”

“Otherwise I can direct you to the Ethiopian embassy because it is their business,” he said.

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We are Calling International Warrant of Arrest for Abiy Ahmed & Isias Afewerki | ይታሠሩ!

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on February 20, 2021

👉 ሁለቱ አረመኔ የጦርነት ወንጀለኞች ወዲያውኑ መታሰር አለባቸው !!!

The Two Evil War Criminals Must Immediately be Arrested!!!

🔥 ለኢትዮጵያ ጠቅላይ ሚኒስትር አብይ አሕመድ እና ለኤርትራው ፕሬዚዳንት ኢሳያስ አፍወርቂ ዓለም አቀፍ እስራት እየጠራን ነው

በሰብአዊነት ወንጀል ላይ፣ በጅማላ ጭፍጨፋ እና በዘር ማጥፋት ወንጀል ተከሰው ይታሰሩ ዘንድ እባክዎን አለም አቀፍ የወንጀል ችሎት የሚጠራውን አቤቱታ ይፈርሙ። የእስራት ጥሪው ለኢትዮጵያ ጠቅላይ ሚኒስትር ለአብይ አህመድ አሊ እና ለኤርትራው ፕሬዝዳንት ኢሳያስ አፈወርቂ እና ለአማራ ታጣቂዎች የቀለበት አመራሮች ነው።

🔥 We are Calling International Warrant of Arrest for the Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and Eritrea President Isaias Afwerki

Please sign petition calling international criminal court must issue Warrant of Arrest for the Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali of Ethiopia and Eritrea president Isaias Afwerki and Alleged Amhara Militant ring leaders for committing crimes Crimes Against Humanity ethnic cleansing and genocide, committed this crimes Under the direction administration of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali , Ethiopian Federal defence forces and President of Eritrea Isaias Afwerki , as International media reported Eritrea involvements carried out numerous unlawful attacks, including aerial bombing and artillery weapons used against civilians populated cities in Tigray followed by systematic acts of pillage, on towns and villages, mainly inhabited by civilians belonging to the Tigray and Oromo Benishangul-Gumuz groups; subjected thousands of civilians – belonging primarily

👉 to the Tigray and Oromo Benishangul-Gumuz , Welayta groups;

subjected to acts of murder, as well as to acts of extermination;

subjected thousands of civilian women – belonging primarily to the said groups

👉 to acts of rape; subjected hundreds of thousands of civilians – belonging primarily to the said groups

👉 to acts of forcible transfer; subjected civilians – belonging primarily to the said groups

👉 to acts of torture; and contaminated the wells and water pumps of the towns and villages primarily inhabited by members of the Tigray and Oromo Benishangul-Gumuz, Welayta.

Ethiopia military groups attacked; and encouraged members of other Amhara ethnic group which were allied with the Ethiopia Defense Force to resettle in the villages and lands previously mainly inhabited by Tigray and Oromo Benishangul-Gumuz , Welayta ethnic groups.

It’s apparent that is resulting thousands of civilians deaths of Tigray and Oromo Benishangul-Gumuz , Welayta People’s and displaced millions of Tigray and Oromo Benishangul-Gumuz , Welayta People’s where Abiy Ahmed Ali government refused international humanitarian assistance and closed Internet electricity and media to this war turned regions

Rights groups have been concerned that an assault on the cities could lead to significant civilian casualties.

Prime minister Abiy Ahmed Ali , as the de jure and de facto Prime Minister of the federal State of Ethiopia and Commander-in-Chief of the Ethiopia defence Armed Forces and the President of Eritrea Isaias Afwerki with the Amhara militants armed groups at all times played a role that went beyond coordinating the implementation of the said EDF, Eritrea military forces and the Amhara militants group’s counter- Military campaigns operations against Tigray and Oromo Benishangul-Gumuz , Welayta Military campaign;

Is in full control of all branches of the “apparatus” of the Ethiopia defence forces including the Ethiopia regional Armed Forces and their allied Amhara militants the Regional Liyu Police Forces, the Federal Regional intelligence

used such control to secure the implementation of the said EDF ethnic cleansing counter-I military invasions campaign against Tigray.

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👉 እባክዎ እዚህ ገብተው ይፈርሙ፤

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Abiy Ahmed: The First Nobel Laureate On Trial at the International Criminal Court?

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on February 19, 2021

👉 አብይ አህመድበዓለም አቀፉ የወንጀለኞች ፍርድ ቤት የመጀመሪያ የኖቤል ተሸላሚ?

Ethiopia’s prime minister may want to coast on the laurels of the Nobel Prize but, realistically, he may very quickly become the first Nobel laureate to face war crimes charges.

The Norwegian Nobel Committee announced on October 11, 2019, that Ethiopian prime minister Abiy Ahmed had won that year’s Nobel Peace Prize “for his efforts to achieve peace and international cooperation.” The committee wanted to highlight Abiy’s initiative to end Ethiopia’s border conflict with Eritrea and “to recognize all the stakeholders working for peace and reconciliation in Ethiopia and in the East and Northeast African regions.” But they picked the wrong man.

In June 2020, Abiy extra-constitutionally postponed elections. When Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region refused and, on Sept. 9, 2020, held its own parliamentary elections marked by long lines and high participation that the opposition Tigray People’s Liberation Front won. Abiy responded two months later by cutting Tigray’s internet access and phone lines and sending in the Ethiopian Army to oust the elected government from Mekelle, the provincial capital. Multiple reports confirm that Eritrea’s military also entered the region, operating side-by-side with Ethiopian troops as they sacked and looted towns and villages in the region. On Jan. 13, 2021, Ethiopia announced that its forces had killed Seyoum Mesfin, the country’s long-serving former foreign minister, while fighting. Subsequent photos suggest that Abiy’s men had summarily executed Mesfin.

While Ethiopia repeatedly said that the situation in Tigray was calm, reports continued to circulate alleging that Ethiopian forces had engaged in widespread human-rights violations. With the restoration of communication to the region, it now appears these reports were legitimate. Ethiopians now circulate videos of summary executions. This video circulated today purports to show the summary execution of two men in the Tigrayan market town of Adwa. The greatest war crime, however, appears to be a massacre of more than eight hundred Tigrayans at the Church of St. Mary of Zion in Axum, reputed to be the resting place of the Ark of the Covenant, shortly after Ethiopian forces entered the area. Reached by phone by the Associated Press, a church deacon recounted the massacre:

The deacon recalled soldiers bursting into the church, cornering and dragging out worshippers and shooting at those who fled. “I escaped by chance with a priest,” he said. “As we entered the street, we could hear gunfire all over.” They kept running, stumbling over the dead and wounded along with others trying to find places to hide. Most of the hundreds of victims were killed that day, he said, but the shooting and looting continued the following day. “They started to kill people who were moving from church to home or home to home, simply because they were on the street,” another witness, visiting university lecturer Getu Mak, told the Associated Press. “It was a horrible act to see.”

The deacon confirmed that he had counted the bodies of those killed in the massacre, and alleged that Ethiopian forces left bodies in the streets for days where they were feasted upon by hyenas. With growing witness accounts, the Ethiopian Foreign Ministry has now tweeted that “Rape, plunder, callous & intentional mass killings, as observed & verified in #Mikadra, & every other imaginable crime might happen in #Tigray” although it continued to deny both the regime’s own culpability and ignore eyewitness accounts of Eritrean forces participating in human-rights abuses.

Just as the Norwegian Nobel Committee once honored Burmese politician Aung San Suu Kyi only to learn she was an apologist to genocide, so too must it confront Abiy’s increasingly murderous record. Paul Rusesabagina, the hotel manager made famous in “Hotel Rwanda” and lionized by Western politicians is likewise now facing accountability for his support of armed groups and designated terrorists.

Abiy’s apologists criticize Ethiopia’s constitutional federalism and still describe Abiy as a reformer. Suspending elections and unilaterally changing the law without regard to any constitutional process, however, is the mark of dictatorship rather than reform. Engaging in ethnic cleansing, rape, and murder against regional opposition puts Abiy in the class of Omar al-Bashir, Sudan’s former president who was indicted while still in office for his genocidal campaign against Darfur.

Abiy and his forces still ban journalists from traveling to Tigray and other provinces where locals allege Ethiopian and/or Eritrean forces have massacred civilians. Abiy may deny such events, but innocent parties seldom ban journalists who could confirm the truth of their statements. Rather, the travel bans and communication cut-offs are likely meant to help Abiy to escape accountability for his actions. Filibustering the outside world will not work, however, nor will the truth fade from the memory of surviving victims or the family members of those killed in Tigray. Abiy may want to coast on the laurels of the Nobel Prize but, realistically, he may very quickly become the first Nobel laureate to face war crimes charges at the International Criminal Court in The Hague.

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የሉሲፈራውያኑ ቅጥረኛ ኢሳ አፈቆርኪ በድንጋጤ | ምን? የምን ምርጫ?!

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on October 21, 2020

የምርጫ ነገር ሲነሳ መርፌ እንዳየ ህፃን ደነገጠ!

ለ፳፯/27 ዓመታት ያህል ሰሜን ኢትዮጵያውያንን በብረት ቡጢ በመደቆስ ላይ ያለው ኢሳያስ አፈቆርኪ ለሉሲፈራውያኑ ትልቅ ባለውለታቸው ነው፤ ለአንድ ተዋሕዶ ኤርትራውያን/ኢትዮጵያውያን ትውልድ መጥፋት ተጠያቂ ለሆነው አውሬ የኖቤል ሽልማቱን በተዘዋዋሪ ሰጥተውታል። የኖቤል ሽልማት = ለዘር ማጥፋት ፈቃድ

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በእስልምና ገሃነም እሳቱ ተቀጣጥሏል| ሱዳን፣ ሳውዲ አረቢያ፣ ኢራን

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on August 15, 2020

ያውም በዓርብ ዕለት

ዓርብ 14.08.20

  • 👉 ካርቱም ጥይት ፋብሪካ ሱዳን

ዓርብ 14.08.20

  • 👉 ሪያድ ሳውዲ ዓረቢያ

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  • 👉 ቴህራን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ኢራን

እግዚአብሔር የጠራት የመንፈሣዊቷ ኢትዮጵያ ቀንደኛ ጠላቶች ሦስት ናቸው፤ እነዚህም በአሁኑ ሰዓት የግራኝ ዐቢይ አህመድን አገዛዝ የሚደግፉት ናቸው፦

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  • 👉 3.ግብረሰዶማውያን

[የዮሐንስ ራእይ ምዕራፍ ፳፩፥፰]

ዳሩ ግን የሚፈሩና የማያምኑ የርኵሳንም የነፍሰ ገዳዮችም የሴሰኛዎችም የአስማተኛዎችም ጣዖትንም የሚያመልኩ የሐሰተኛዎችም ሁሉ ዕድላቸው በዲንና በእሳት በሚቃጠል ባሕር ነው፤ ይኸውም ሁለተኛው ሞት ነው።

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