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Turkish Embassy in Ethiopia Moved to Kenya Due to Threats over Drone Sales & Insecurity

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on January 21, 2022

💭 በኢትዮጵያ ያለው የቱርክ ኤምባሲ በድሮን ሽያጭ እና የደህንነት እጦት ስጋት ወደ ኬንያ ተዛወረ

ለዘላለሙ ቢዘጋና እዚያው ቢቀር ወይም ከአፍሪቃ ተጠራርጎ ቢወጣ ኢትዮጵያም አፍሪቃም እረፍት ሰላም ባገኙ ነበር። አይይ! ኢትዮጵያ ዘ-ስጋ፤ በክርስቲያን ግሪኮች ፋንታ መህመዳውያን ቱርኮችን ፥ በክርስቲያን አርመኖች ፋንታ መሀመዳውያን አዘርበጃኖችን ወደ አገሯ እንዲገቡ በማድረጓ በረከቱን እና እድሉን ሁሉ ነው እያጣችው ያለችው! ከክርስቶስ ይልቅ የክርስቶስ ተቃዋሚውን የመረጠ ወራዳ ትውልድ!

💭 Turkish embassy in Ethiopia forced to move to Kenya over insecurity

Turkey’s embassy in the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa has been moved to neighboring Kenya due to threats after the deployment of Turkish drones by the Abiy Ahmed regime to suppress the Tigray rebellion, the T24 news website reported.

Although the Turkish government hadn’t made an official statement regarding the sale of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) to the Ethiopian government, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed had visited the country and met with President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan twice in the past six months, adding to the widespread belief that drones bought from Turkey, in addition to Iran and the United Arab Emirates, had changed the course of the civil war in Ethiopia, journalist Barçın Yinanç wrote in an article on the T24 news website on Monday.

“Turkey’s embassy in Addis Ababa cannot operate from the capital due to threats it has received. The ambassador and several embassy staff are serving from [neighboring] Kenya. There was no statement from the [Turkish] Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the matter,” the journalist said.

The conflict that has been going on for over a year in Ethiopia, Africa’s second-most populous country and a linchpin of regional security, has left thousands dead, forced more than 2 million people from their homes and pushed parts of the country into famine.

Forces under Abiy Ahmed, the Ethiopian military, ethnic militias, and troops from neighboring Eritrea, are fighting to oust the Tigray People’s Liberation Front, or T.P.L.F., from its stronghold in the northern region of Tigray.

In early November, the government teetered when fighters from Tigray surged south toward Addis Ababa, forcing the prime minister to declare a state of emergency. Foreigners fled the country and the government detained thousands of civilians from the Tigrayan ethnic group.

But weeks later Abiy pulled off a stunning military reversal, halting the rebel march less than 100 miles from the capital, then forcing them to retreat hundreds of miles to their mountainous stronghold in Tigray.

He succeeded partly by mobilizing ordinary citizens to take up arms to block the Tigrayan advance. However, his fortunes were greatly boosted by a fleet of armed drones, recently imported from the United Arab Emirates, Turkey and Iran, that pummeled the Tigrayan forces, according to a report by The New York Times last week.

A drone strike on a flour mill in May Tsebri, a town in the northwest of Ethiopia (Tigray region), reportedly killed 17 people on Monday January 10 and injured dozens more, according to eyewitnesses.

The January 10 bombings came just days after a similar attack on a camp for displaced persons in Dedebit killed 59 and injured nearly 140 on Friday January 7.

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Tigrayans Fled Hundreds of Miles to Escape War in Ethiopia. But They Fear it Wasn’t Far Enough

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on December 8, 2021

👉 From The Washington Post

💭 “Human rights groups warn that Teklemichael’s disappearance is an ominous indicator of the long reach of Abiy Ahmed„

💭 “የሰብአዊ መብት ተሟጋች ድርጅቶች የአቶ ተክለሚካኤል መሰወር የአብይ አህመድን ረጅም መድረስ አመላካች ነው ሲሉ አስጠንቅቀዋል”

💭 Ethiopian businessman of Tigrayan origin, Samson Teklemichael gets kidnapped in a broad daylight in Nairobi.

They watched friends die in the mountains of Tigray. They survived imprisonment. They paid bribes and suffered from injuries as they fled the civil war devastating Ethiopia.

When the four Tigrayan asylum seekers made it to Nairobi this spring, at first they felt safe. Living in a one-room apartment more than 1,000 miles from the fighting, the friends — three medical workers and one journalist — said they were reassured to be in Kenya, a democracy and one of the region’s most stable countries.

But it was not long before their sense of security dissipated. Rumors abounded about intelligence officers surveilling Tigrayans on behalf of the Ethiopian and Eritrean governments.

Then, late last month, in an incident that sparked an outcry in Kenya and attracted international attention, two men dragged a prominent businessman of Tigrayan descent out of his Bentley and into a Subaru as he sat in Nairobi traffic. A traffic officer appeared in a widely shared video to be holding the door of Samson Teklemichael’s car open to assist his captors. Teklemichael could be heard pleading for bystanders to record his capture.

More than two weeks after Teklemichael was taken, it is not clear who was responsible or what their motivation was, said Kenya police spokesman Bruno Isohi Shioso. Police are still investigating, he said, and seeking tips from the public.

Mulugeta, one of the four Tigrayan friends living in Nairobi, was so shaken he did not leave the apartment for two days.

“I felt free,” he said. “But now my hope is lost.”

For more than a year, Ethiopia has been engulfed in a civil war that has claimed thousands of lives and put hundreds of thousands at risk of famine. The fighting between Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s government forces and rebels led by the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) began as a political power struggle and is now increasingly driven by ethnic rivalries.

Human rights groups warn that Teklemichael’s disappearance is an ominous indicator of the long reach of Abiy, who just two years ago won the Nobel Peace Prize. He has referred to leaders of the TPLF, which dominated the country’s politics for three decades and is resented by many non-Tigrayan Ethiopians, as “cancer” and “weeds.”

Abiy’s spokeswoman Billene Seyoum declined to comment for this story. Another government spokesman, Legesse Tulu, did not respond to requests for comment.

U.S. special envoy for the Horn of Africa Jeffrey Feltman said during a news conference that he would look into the alleged abduction, adding that reports of police in Addis Ababa going door-to-door arresting Tigrayans were alarming. The United States, Canada, Denmark, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom on Tuesday condemned reports of mass detentions of Tigrayans by the Ethiopian government, saying arrests without charges “likely constitute violations of international law and must cease immediately.”

“The brazen daylight abduction of Mr. Teklemichael on a busy Nairobi street has left many people shaken,” said Irũngũ Houghton, executive director for Amnesty International Kenya. “The collapse of the rule of law that we have seen in Addis Ababa, with thousands of Tigrayans being arrested on the streets, that chaos, that lawlessness, must not be allowed to show up in Kenya.”

Teklemichael’s wife, Milen Haleform Mezgebo, said in an interview that she had not heard from her husband since he was taken. Fearing for the safety of their three children, she pulled them out of school.

Mulugeta and his three friends limit their interactions with new people. When they see other Ethiopians on the street, they wonder if they are spies. Citing security concerns, they spoke on the condition that they be identified only by their second names.

The men are part of what analysts say is likely a large network of Tigrayans living illegally in Nairobi, unrecognized by the Kenyan government or UNHCR, the United Nation’s refugee agency. There were only 168 refugees from Tigray officially registered in Kenya in 2020 and 2021, said UNHCR spokeswoman Eujin Byun, and they have been transferred to Kakuma, one of Kenya’s refugee camps, per the government’s policy. The pandemic has contributed to a backlog of processing requests, Byun said.

Ethiopian asylum seekers must come through Kakuma to complete the refugee registration process, said Joseph Kotolo, Kenya’s head of refugee status determination. But the men in Nairobi said they worry about their health and safety at Kakuma, where nearly 200,000 people live in often bleak conditions. They believe the thousands of Ethiopians living there could pose a threat, although spokespeople for UNHCR and Kenya’s refugee agency said they had not heard reports of any attacks targeting Tigrayans at Kakuma.

The four men acknowledged, though, that their legal limbo contributes to their fear. They have repeatedly called the U.N. hotline, trying to secure status as legal refugees.

Teklemichael was “a businessman and a legal person who had been living in Kenya for a long time,” Mulugeta said. “I am not a businessperson. I am not a legal person. I have no money. … If he was abducted, what about us?”

Getting out

After fighting broke out last November in Ethiopia’s mountainous north, each of the men experienced a different version of the terror that forced them to leave.

Mulugeta, who was in Addis Ababa, said he was repeatedly punched by a police officer and dragged to a makeshift prison where he was detained for 40 days.

Hailay and Khasay, who worked together in the Tigray region’s health department, said they watched bombs kill two pharmacist colleagues in the hills of Abiy Addi in December. Hailay, 28, and Khasay, 26, tried unsuccessfully to resuscitate the men, who had been walking dozens of feet ahead of them. There was no time to bury the bodies, they said, because more bombs were coming. They alleged the bombs were dropped by the Ethiopian government.

Teklemariam, 27, a childhood friend of Hailay, said he ran from Eritrean soldiers who repeatedly shot at him after taking control of his hometown, Enticho. Soldiers looted his family’s farm, he said, taking grain, shoes, clothes and cooking supplies.

When he traveled to Tigray’s capital last winter to pick up his paycheck, he called Hailay. With Khasay, they devised a plan.

“The only choice,” Teklemariam said, “was to escape from that horror.”

The deterioration of Africa’s second-most-populous country has been staggering. Once heralded for pursing democratic reforms and brokering peace deals in the region, Prime Minister Abiy is leading the battle on the front lines. The United Nations predicts hundreds of thousands of refugees will flee.

Traveling by bus through Ethiopia, Hailay, Khasay and Teklemariam were stopped near the border by an official at a checkpoint. He asked for their identification cards and demanded to know where they were coming from, they said. Not wanting to lie, they told him Tigray’s capital. Then he brought them to a small, bug-infested house where they estimated about 50 men were being held as prisoners.

For four days, the men said they were beaten by guards who demanded money they did not have.

Eventually, Hailay reached a friend who convinced the officials to release them.

With money gathered from friends, they paid smugglers to get them to Nairobi. The nearly 500-mile journey took a week by foot, motorbike and van. They ate only a handful of times, drank water from the river; and traveled mostly at night to avoid detection. At one point, the smugglers insisted they cross a crocodile-infested river.

Mulugeta, who they met on the journey, became like an older brother.

When Mulugeta, 35, fainted in the heat at one point and badly burned his leg while falling off a motorbike at another, they helped care for him. And when Mulugeta learned his friends in Nairobi had offered to pay for a one-room apartment, he offered to share it.

‘We are not secure here’

Teklemariam walked through Nairobi’s bustling streets one October evening, collecting the ingredients needed for dinner. He bought cow meat from the butcher around the corner and injera — a spongy bread that is a staple of Ethiopian cooking — from a woman who enveloped him in a hug.

He fist-bumped a gaggle of children on the way out.

“Nice Ethiopians,” he said, explaining that the family that owned the store was from the Amhara region, which has long had tense relations with Tigray. But they had welcomed him and his friends.

Back in the room, the other three men were carefully weaving around each other in the corner that served as a kitchen, chopping onions and chile peppers, starting the gas burner on which the meat stew would be cooked and arranging stools and sleeping pads around the makeshift table.

Since arriving in March, each has had their own struggles.

When the TPLF advanced in November, Teklemariam cheered. But rounds of government airstrikes in Tigray that were reported to have killed civilians muted his excitement. He guessed that any TPLF gains would be followed by retaliatory strikes. He feared for his family, from whom he had not heard in months because of a government communications blackout.

“Many Tigrayans are in a blue mood at this moment,” said Teklemariam, who said he was too traumatized to watch footage of the strikes. “Many people have become silent.”

The current situation, the men said, is not sustainable. Unable to work, they rely on the generosity of Nairobi’s Tigrayan community. They eat only two meals a day and have started buying pasta and ugali, a stiff flour porridge, because it is cheaper than injera.

Their six-month passes acknowledging them as asylum seekers expired in October. They said their calls to the U.N. hotline have been brushed off.

Teklemariam emerged from an interview with Kenya’s refugee agency in November in tears. An official told him, he said, to report to Kakuma or go back to his country.

Friends have said the only other way to get the paperwork needed to be in Nairobi legally is to pay bribes. But they do not have the money.

They now hope to get even further away, maybe to the United States or Europe.

What they know for now, Teklemariam said, is this: “We are not secure here.”

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U.S., Five Other Countries Urge Ethiopia to Cease Illegal Detentions of Tigrayans

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on December 6, 2021

👉 Courtesy: Reuters

Six countries including the United States expressed concern on Monday over reports of widespread arrests by Ethiopia of Tigrayan citizens based on ethnicity in connection with the country’s year-old conflict, urging the government to stop acts they said likely violate international law.

The United States, Britain, Canada, Australia, Denmark and the Netherlands cited reports by the Ethiopian Human Rights Commission and the rights group Amnesty International on widespread arrests of ethnic Tigrayans, including Orthodox priests, older people and mothers with children.

The countries said they are “profoundly concerned” about the detentions of people without charges, adding that the government’s announcement of a state of emergency last month offered “no justification” for mass detentions.

“Individuals are being arrested and detained without charges or a court hearing and are reportedly being held in inhumane conditions. Many of these acts likely constitute violations of international law and must cease immediately,” the six countries said in a joint statement.

They urged Ethiopia’s government to allow unhindered access by international monitors.

Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s spokesperson Billene Seyoum and Ethiopian government spokesperson Legesse Tulu did not immediately respond to requests for comment on the statement.

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Ethiopia Expels Irish Diplomats as EU, UK Citizens Urged to Flee Civil War | ኢትዮጵያ የአየርላንድ ዲፕሎማቶችን አባረረች

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on November 24, 2021

💭 ኢትዮጵያ የአየርላንድ ዲፕሎማቶችን አባረረች። የአውሮፓ ህብረት እና የእንግሊዝ ዜጎች የኢትዮጵያን የእርስ በርስ ጦርነትን እንዲሸሹ ጥሪ ቀረበላቸው።

Irish Foreign Minister Coveney says Ethiopia has blocked his planned visit as he highlights government forces’ human rights abuses.

Ethiopia is kicking out most of Ireland’s diplomatic staff in retaliation for Irish criticism of human rights abuses committed by government forces fighting Tigray rebels, Foreign Minister Simon Coveney said Wednesday.

Coveney made his announcement as many Western nations, including the U.K., France and Ireland, called on their citizens still living and working in Ethiopia to leave the country quickly as Tigray rebels edge closer to the capital, Addis Ababa.

In London, Minister for Africa Vicky Ford said Ethiopia’s security was “deteriorating quickly” and could force the Addis Ababa airport to shut.

“I am urging all British nationals — whatever their circumstance — to leave immediately while commercial flights are readily available,” Ford said, adding that those who choose to stay should prepare “to shelter in a place of safety over the coming weeks.”

Coveney agreed that the approximately 80 Irish citizens in Ethiopia — Ireland’s largest recipient of foreign aid — should leave before flights “become a problem.”

He said Ethiopia’s embattled government “has decided to target Ireland” because it led the push for the United Nations Security Council’s November 5 statement seeking a ceasefire in Ethiopia. Ireland has a seat on the 15-member council until the end of 2022.

Four of the Irish embassy’s six staff have been ordered to leave Addis Ababa and Ireland is complying, he said.

Irish Ambassador Nicola Brennan and one other staffer would stay in Ethiopia for now to aid Irish citizens’ own exits, Coveney said, but the Irish government already has plans in place for both “to leave quickly should they need to.”

Coveney said he had hoped to visit Addis Ababa in early December to appeal directly to Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed for his government “to focus on dialogue rather than war.” He said Ethiopia also had rejected his proposed trip.

He said Ireland would continue to use its Security Council seat to press Abiy “to guarantee humanitarian access to parts of Ethiopia that desperately need it.” He said Ireland was determined “to expose the human rights abuses happening there, in particular the use of sexual violence as a tool of conflict, essentially mass rape.”

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Dismantling Africa: Nigeria And Ethiopia, Stumbling Towards Disintegration

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on November 2, 2021

💭 አፍሪካን ማፍረስ፤ በአህጉሪቱ በሕዝብ ብዛት የሚታወቁት ናይጄሪያ እና ኢትዮጵያ ሁለቱም ወደ መበታተን እየተደናቀፉ ነው።

💭 አዎ! በአፍሪቃ አንዲት ሃገር ከሃያ ሚሊየን ሕዝብ ቁጥር እንዲኖራት በሉሲፈራውያኑ የዓለማችን ፈላጭ ቆራጮች ዘንድ አይፈቀድም። ለዚህም ነው በየሃገሩ መሀመዳውያኑን በየሃገሩ በመሪነት ቦታ ላይ እንዲቀመጡ የሚያደርጓቸው። በተጨማሪ በናይጀሪያ እና በኢትዮጵያ ኃብቱን ሁሉ የዋቄዮ-አላህ ባሪያዎች እንዲቆጣጠሩት ያደረጉት። በናይጄሪያ ቢሊየነሩ ዳንጎቴ ሙስሊም ነው፤ በኢትዮጵያም ከአላሙዲን ጎን ዛሬ ከኢትዮጵያውያን/ ከተጋሩ የተዘረፉትን ገንዘቦችና ኃብቶች ሁሉ ኦሮሞዎች (ሙስሊሞች + ፕሮቴስታንቶች) በመሰብሰብ ላይ ያሉት። አማራው ይህን እንዴት ማየት እንደተሳነውና፤ አሁን ኢትዮጵያ ለገባችበት መቀመቅ ከኦሮሞ ባልተናነሰ ተጠያቂ እንደሆነ አለማወቁ በጣም ያስቆጣል። በእውነት አማራው አጋሩና ደጀኑ ከሆኑት ጽዮናውያን ጎን ተሰለፎ የዋቄዮ-አላህ-ዲያብሎስ ሰአራዊትን በመዋጋት ፈንታ ላለፉት ሦስት ዓመታት በየወሩ ለሚጨፍጨፈው የፋሺስቱ ኦሮሞ አገዛዝ እራሱን አሻንጉሊት ለማድረግ በመወሰኑ ትልቅ ታሪካዊ ስህተት ፈጽሟል! እራሱን ለማጥፋት የወሰነ መንጋ ነው የሚመስለው።

Something is going wrong in Africa. Nigeria and Ethiopia, the two most populous countries on the continent, are both stumbling towards disintegration. There are now 54 sovereign African countries, which really ought to be enough, but in a few years there could be 60.

Ethiopia is closer to the brink, so close that it could actually go over this month. Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s attempt to force the northern state of Tigray into obedience began well in late 2019, when federal government troops occupied it against only minor resistance, but the Tigrayans were just biding their time.

The military occupation of Tigray didn’t last. The Tigray Defence Force (TDF) came down from the hills last June and cleared federal troops out of the state practically overnight. Then it pushed south into the neighbouring state of Amhara along Highway One, which links Addis Ababa, Ethiopia’s capital, with the only port accessible to the landlocked country, Djibouti.

In July the TDF stopped at Weldia, still in Amhara state and about 250 miles from Addis Ababa, to await the great Ethiopian counter attack – which didn’t start until about Oct. 10. It takes time to organise tens of thousands of half-trained volunteers, which was about all Abiy had left after the June-July debacle.

The battle raged for two weeks, with the attacks of Amhara militia and volunteers from elsewhere failing against the trained, experienced Tigrayan troops. About a week ago the Ethiopian troops broke and started fleeing south, although you probably didn’t hear about that because Abiy began bombing the Tigrayan capital, Mekelle, to distract your attention.

The TDF has already captured Dessie and is advancing on Kombolcha, which is halfway from Mekelle to Addis Ababa. Will the Tigrayans actually go for Addis itself? It’s not impossible. They’re arrogant enough, and they may be strong enough.

Nigeria is not that close to the edge, but the signs are bad. The huge gap in income, education and simple literacy between the very poor Muslim north and the mostly Christian south is a major irritant. The desperate lack of jobs for the young is destabilising even the south, as last year’s failed youth rebellion clearly demonstrated.

In the north east, the jihadist Boko Haram has become the local authority in some places, collecting taxes and digging wells. In the north west, banditry is out of control, with dozens or even hundreds of schoolchildren being kidnapped for ransom almost every week. The region is awash with arms, and one gang recently shot down a military jet.

In the ‘middle belt’ of states, farmers and herders are often at war, and in the southeast Igbo secessionists are raising the call for an independent Biafra again. Along the coast piracy is flourishing, and the oil multinational Shell is offloading its onshore Nigerian oil assets in the face of insecurity, theft and sabotage.

“This is an exposure that doesn’t fit with our risk appetite anymore,” said Shell CEO Ben van Beurden, and most major investors, whether foreign or Nigerian, feel the same way. Nigeria, like Ethiopia, is full of clever, ambitious young people with the education and skills to transform the country if only it was politically stable, but that is asking for the moon.

It would be a catastrophe if these two countries, containing a quarter of Africa’s total population, were to be Balkanised, but that may be coming. If the Serbs and the Croats can’t live together happily, why should we expect the Igbo and the Hausa, or the Tigrayans and the Amharas, to do so?

The old Organisation of African Unity rule said the former colonial borders must never be changed, no matter how arbitrary they were, because otherwise there would be a generation of war and chaos. That’s why for a long time there were fifty African states and no more, but recently the rule has begun to fray. Somaliland, Eritrea, South Sudan…who’s next?

Will the dam burst if Ethiopia breaks up into three or four different countries? Nobody knows, but it would be preferable if we don’t have to find out. Better the borders you know than the borders you don’t.

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💭 ይህ የሂል ታይምስ ዘገባ የሚከተለውን ከሁለት ሳምንት በፊት ያቀረብኩትን መረጃየን ያጠናክርልኛል፤

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ሉሲፈራውያኑ የዓለማችን ፈላጭ ቆራጮች “ክሪስላም” የተሰኘውን እመነቶችን የማደበላለቅ ሰይጣናዊ ሙከራ በቅድሚያ በሁለቱ በሕዝብ ቁጥር አንጋፋ በሆኑት የአፍሪቃ ሃገራት ለማካሄድ ወስነዋል። አስቀድመው የጀመሩት በናይጄሪያ ነው። በኢትዮጵያ ሕዝበ ክርስቲያኑ ጽኑ እምነት አለው፤ አንድ ላይ ያብራል ብለው ያምኑ ስለነበር ይህን ሙከራ ለመተግበር ጊዜው አልፈቀደላቸውም ነበር። በናይጄሪያ ግን በቅኝ ግዛት እያለች አስፈላጊውን ሥራ ሠርተውና ችግኛቸውንም ተክለው ስለነበር ላለፉት ሰላሳ ዓመታት ክርስቲያኖችና ሙስሊሞች እርስበርስ እንዲጋጩና እንደ መፍትሄም ክሪስላምየተሰኘውን የክርስትና እና እስልምና ጥምረት ለመፍጠር ብዙ ሠርተዋል። “ቦኮ ሃራም” የኤዶማውያኑ እና እስማኤላውያኑ ችግኝ ነው።

ነፍሳቸውን ይማርላቸውና ጠቅላይ ሚንስትር መለስ ዜናዊን እና ብጹዕ ወቅዱስ አቡነ ጳውሎስን ከገደሏቸው በኋላ ግን፤ “በኢትዮጵያ በጣም አመቺ የሆነውን ሁኔታ ፈጥረናል ክርስቲያን ጠል የክርስቶስ ተቃዋሚዎች የሆኑትን የዋቄዮአላህዲያብሎስ ጭፍሮችን ወደ ሥልጣን አምጥተናል፤ ስለዚህ የፈለግነውን ማድረግ እንችላለን፤” በሚል ወኔ ያው ላለፉት ዘጠኝ ዓመታት/በተለይ ላለፉት አስራ አንድ ወራት ተግተው በመሥራት ላይ ይገኛሉ።

አዎ! በአክሱም ጽዮን ላይ የተከፈተው የዘር ማጥፋት፣ ገዳማትን እና ዓብያተ ክርስቲያናትን ብሎም ታሪካዊ ቅርሶችን የማውደሙ ዘመቻ የዚህ “የአንድ ዓለም ኃይማኖት” ምስረታ አካል ነው። አክሱም ጽዮንን በኤርትራ ቤን አሚር እና በሶማሊያ አህዛብ ታጣቂዎች አጥቅተው አንድ ሺህ ተዋሕዶ ኢትዮጵያውያንን ለሰማዕትነት ሲያበቋቸው፤ ወዲያው በድንጋጤ የፈጸሙት ተግባር፤ “አልነጃሽ” የተባለውን “መስጊድ” ማጥቃት ነበር። አክሱም ጽዮን ስትጠቃ የትግራይ ጽዮናውያን ታፍነው ቢያዙም ምናልባት የተቀሩት ተዋሕዶ ኢትዮጵያውያን፣ በተለይ በአማራ ክልል የሚገኙ “ክርስቲያኖች” ለአመጽ ይነሳሱ ይሆናል የሚል ስጋት ነበራቸው። ግን ይህ አለመከሰቱን እንዲያውም ድምጽ ለማሰማት እንኳን የሚሻ የአማራ ክልል “ክርስቲያን” በመጥፋቱ ተበረታተው በሌሎች የትግራይ ገዳማትና ዓብያተ ክርስቲያናት ላይ ጥቃቱን ማካሄድ፤ ክቡር የሆነውን የክርስቲያን ሕይወት መቅጠፍ፣ ሴቶችንና ሕፃናትን መድፈር፣ እንደ እጣን ዛፍ ያሉትን በጣም ውድ የሆኑ ዛፎች ማቃጠል ወዘተ ጀመሩ። እናስታውስ እንደሆነ ይህ የዘር ማጥፋት ጦርነት ከመጀመሩ ገና ከዓመት አስቀድሞ ብዙ ሜንጫዎች፣ ገጀራዎችና ሌሎች የመጨፍጨፊያ ቁሳቁሶች በክርስቶስ ተቃዋሚ ቱርክ አማካኝነት ወደ ኢትዮጵያ ሲገቡና በተለይ የኦሮሞ ጂሃዲስቶቹም ሲዘጋጁበት ነበር። ነገር ግን ሲያዩት አማራው “ክርስቲያን” ከእነርሱ ጎን ተሰልፎ እንደሚቆም፣ እንዲያውም የእነርሱንም እርዳታ ሳይጠይቅ ለብቻው የትግራይ ክርስቲያን ወገኖቹን ለመጨፍጨፍ ዝግጁ እንደሆነ ተመለከቱት። ስለዚህ “ለምን የሰው ኃይል አንቆጥብም፤ ወደፊት እኮ ብዙ ጂሃድ ይጠብቀናል፤ አሁን እርስበርሳቸው እየተባሉ እስኪደክሙ እንጠብቅ” ወደሚለው እባባዊ ውሳኔ ገቡ።

አያሳዝንምን?! በናይጄሪያ፣ በኮንጎ፣ በመካከለኛው አፍሪቃ፣ በሞዛምቢክ፣ አሁን በድጋሚ በሊባኖስ ግጭቶችና ጦርነቶች የሚቀሰቀሱት በመሀመዳውያኑ ቀስቃሽነት በክርስቲያኖች እና ሙስሊሞች መካከል ነው። በኢትዮጵያ ግን፤ ምናልባት በዓለም ለመጀመሪያ ጊዜ በአንድ ሃይማኖት ውስጥ የሚገኙና ተዋሕዶ ክርስቲያን የሆኑት ኢትዮጵያውያን በተለይ 😈 በኦሮሞው ቁራ በተታለሉት በአማራ ልሂቃኑ ወንጀለኛና በጣም ሃጢዓተኛ በሆነ አካሄድ እርስበርስ እንዲጨራረሱ እየተደረገ ነው። እጅግ፣ እጅግ በጣም ነው እንጂ የሚያሳዝነውና የሚያስቆጣው! 😠😠😠 😢😢😢

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Why The U.S. Should Call The Famine And Violence in Tigray A Genocide

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on October 7, 2021

💭 አሜሪካ ለምን በትግራይ የሰፈነውን ረሃቡን እና ሁከቱን የዘር ማጥፋት ወንጀል ብላ ልትጠራው እንደሚገባት

👉 From The Washington Post.

Over the past 11 months, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s government has killed, raped and tortured ethnic-minority Tigrayans en masse. Will the Biden administration label these acts a genocide and impose appropriate consequences? If not, the United States will effectively greenlight genocide for any leader ruthless enough to follow Abiy’s playbook of secrecy, sexual violence and starvation as weapons of war.

The case against Abiy’s administration is straightforward: His government’s actions, as described by countless international monitors, fit the United Nations’ definition of genocide.

The United Nations defines genocide as “acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group,” and calls out five specific acts of genocide. The Ethiopian government has been documented as committing four of these five acts: “killing members of the group,” “imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group,” “causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group” and “deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction.”

Let’s review the evidence.

Upon invading Tigray in November 2020, Abiy’s government severed all communication and restricted access to Tigray. Terrified relatives overseas had no way to check on their loved ones. Abiy’s commitment to secrecy was so strong that his forces shot at and arrested U.N. aid workers trying to help refugees in Tigray. By February, a bewildered Jan Egeland, secretary general of the Norwegian Refugee Council, wrote that in his 40 years of humanitarian work, he had “rarely seen an aid response so impeded.”

In the face of mounting international condemnation, Abiy infamously told the Ethiopian parliament last November that not one civilian had died in Tigray.

But in Ethiopia we have a proverb, “The rod of truth may bend, but it will never break.” Journalists and aid workers risked their lives to share harrowing accounts of war crimes across Tigray by Ethiopian and Eritrean forces: hundreds of civilians slaughtered outside a church in Ethiopia’s holy city of Axum, their rotting carcasses reportedly left for hyenas; dozens of civilians bombed by Ethiopian warplanes at a crowded marketplace in Togoga; mass murders across Western Tigray that Secretary of State Antony Blinken later referred to as acts of “ethnic cleansing.”

And then the world learned of new, unimaginable atrocities. Health clinics reported barbaric sexual violence against women and girls across Tigray. Shocked doctors treated helpless women whose vaginas had been burned, and others whose vaginas had been pummeled, then stuffed with nails and stones. Other women had been gang-raped by soldiers who told them that their Tigrayan wombs must never again bear children. In August, Amnesty International summarized this systematic gender-based violence in a report titled, “I Don’t Know if They Realized I Was a Person.”

Throughout all this, Abiy maintained a constant response to accusations of war crimes: Deny, deny, deny. Deflect and blame Tigray.

When the Tigray Defense Forces routed Abiy’s armies from Tigray’s capital, Abiy’s government amped up genocidal language against Tigrayans, referring to them publicly as “weeds,” “cancer” and “daytime hyenas.”

Abiy then turned to the most consistent part of his playbook: the use of starvation as a weapon of war against civilians. Today, 79 percent of expectant and lactating mothers screened by the United Nations are malnourished, and at least 5 million Tigrayans face starvation.

Just this past week, Abiy shocked the world by expelling U.N. officials who could help relieve the famine, including the country head of UNICEF. White House press secretary Jen Psaki noted, “We’re deeply concerned that this action continues a pattern by the Ethiopian government of obstructing the delivery of food, medicine and other lifesaving supplies to those most in need.”

With his administration increasingly facing sanctions and economic repercussions, Abiy has warned the world to not meddle in Ethiopia. He and his government claim that any actions to force humanitarian aid into the region — or force his government to negotiate with Tigray’s elected leaders — would violate Ethiopia’s sovereignty.

By this rationale, any genocidal leader can murder millions of his own people, or wipe out an entire ethnic group, as long he does it within his own borders.

If the Biden administration fails to apply the genocide designation to Tigray, the message will be clear to any future war criminal: We will look the other way no matter what you do. You can gang rape girls, starve your people, murder masses of civilians, and in response we will share only toothless statements of concern.

For the sake of my people in Tigray, and people across the world, the United States must immediately call the Ethiopian government’s actions in Tigray a genocide.

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Ethiopia’s ‘Sophisticated’ Campaign to Withhold Food, Fuel & Other Aid From Tigray

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on October 7, 2021

➡ Courtesy: PBS

Wednesday in the United Nations Security Council, the secretary general criticized the Ethiopian government for recently kicking out UN aid workers. He urged the government to allow aid to flow into the northern region of Tigray, where for nearly the last year, Ethiopia and its allies have been fighting an ethnic, regional force.

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Ethiopia’s Tigrayans Rounded Up, Mutilated & Dismembered In Civil War Ethnic Purge

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on September 5, 2021

Sources said that after a series of victories by Tigrayan Defence Forces, the occupying forces in Humera started to purge ethnic Tigrayans.

Courtesy: The Tlegraph

By Lucy Kassa

Forces occupying a major city in Ethiopia are throwing thousands of men, women and children into makeshift “concentration camps”, cutting off limbs and dumping mutilated bodies into mass graves as part of an orchestrated ethnic purge, a dozen separate witnesses told The Telegraph.

Ethnic Amhara forces have been going “door-to-door” to round up anyone who is ethnic Tigrayan in the latest harrowing evidence of population cleansing in Ethiopia’s blood-drenched civil war.

“Feven Berhe was an innocent resident who owned a small shop. They took her to Tekeze river and shot her,” said one resident, who knew the 40-year-old victim well.

“Before they killed her, they removed her eyes and cut off her legs. They did not let anyone pick her body up and bury her.”

Humera is a city of about 50,000 near Ethiopia’s border with Eritrea and Sudan. Because of its strategic location, it was one of the first places to be attacked when Ethiopia’s Nobel Peace Prize-winning Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and Eritrea’s dictator launched a devastating pincer attack to crush Tigray’s regional government in November.

For the last year, ethnic Amhara forces, who hail from a neighbouring region and are allied to the Nobel laureate, have controlled the city, along with swathes of western Tigray.

Sources said that after a stunning series of victories by the Tigrayan Defence Forces in late June, the occupying forces in Humera started to purge ethnic Tigrayans in the city.

The Telegraph understands that on 15 July, Amhara forces held a public meeting in the main municipality hall in Humera to decide the fate of Tigrayans in the areas they controlled.

“They said this; ‘We should exterminate all Tigrayan residents in the city. We must cleanse them all,” said one man who claims he attended the public meeting.

Multiple residents said that a massive campaign of arrests started soon after the meeting.

“They have been going from house to house arresting everyone. No Tigrayan is left except those who fled to Sudan or found a hiding place in the city. They have a list of Tigrayan residents from the administrative offices,” said another man.

“If it is written in your identity card that you are Tigrayan, there is no mercy,” said another.

Children displaced by fighting in northern Ethiopia play among sacks of clothes at the Addis Fana School where they are temporarily sheltered,

At the beginning of August, 43 bloated and bloodied bodies were found floating down the Tekeze River, which separates the region from Sudan.

The Telegraph understands that these were some of the original victims of the purge. Residents say that when the floating bodies attracted huge international attention, Amhara forces started dumping bodies elsewhere.

Elderly people, children and pregnant women have all been taken to several detention centres and three different warehouses across the city, which have been turned into makeshift “concentration camps”, survivors said.

The Telegraph could not confirm these accounts because of major reporting restrictions in Tigray.

However, imagery analysis by Vigil Monitor (previously DX Open Network), an atrocity early warning and detection research organisation based in the UK, shows that ethnic Amhara forces and allied Ethiopian troops have been stationed at ‘numerous’ centres for the past few months.

One man the Telegraph spoke to called Gizau claimed that he had escaped one of the centres by convincing militiamen he was not fully ethnic Tigrayan.

“We were 250 detainees. The Amhara forces take detainees every night and bring new ones. The ones they take never come back,” he said.

Gizau and ten other witnesses said that people were being killed and dumped in pits around the three warehouses and in craters outside the city.

Satellite imagery partially corroborates the sources. It shows a pit roughly the size of a swimming pool outside one of the warehouses, which has been gradually filled up since mid-July.

There is a similar pattern of suspicious pits being filled up slowly over the same time period at the other locations.

“There are very suspicious holes in the ground next to the camps, in an area where no other hole gets filled with earth,” say analysts at Vigil Monitor.

The state president for Ethiopia’s Amhara region Agegnuh Teshager and the Ethiopian Prime Minister’s Office were both approached for comment on The Telegraph’s findings bit neither responded.

*Names have been changed in this article to protect identities.

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በጀርመን የብስክሌት ተላላኪ የሆነው የአፍጋኒስታን ሚኒስትር

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on September 1, 2021

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

በአፍጋኒስታን የቀድሞው የመገናኛ ሚኒስትር የነበሩት ሰይድ ሳዳት ባለፈው ዓመት ወደ አገሪቱ ከተዛወሩ በኋላ አሁን በምስራቅ ጀርመኗ ላይፕዚግ ከተማ ብስክሌት እየጋለቡ ምግብ ያቀርባሉ። የ ፵፱/49 ዓመቱ ፖለቲከኛ ሲናገሩ፤ “ለመንግሥት የሠራሁ ከፍተኛ ባለሥልጣን ስለነበርኩ አገር ቤት ያሉ አንዳንድ ሰዎች ዛሬ ምግብ አመላላሽ መሆኔን ተቃውመው ተችተውኛል። ተራ ሥራ እየሠራሁ ነው፤ እና የጥፋተኝነት ወይም የጸጸት ስሜት እንዲሰማኝ የሚያደርግ ምንም ነገር የለም። በፊት ሚንስትር ሆኜ ሕዝቤን ሳገለግል ነበር፤ አሁንም ምግብ በማቅረብ ሰዎችን እያገለገልኩ ነው።” ብለዋል።

“ከንቱ ኩራትን” ወዲያ አሽቀንጥሮ ወደ ቆሻሻ ቅርጫት የሚጥልና ጥገኛ ላለመሆን የሚጥር ጎበዝ ሰው ማለት እንዲህ ነው! በተቃራኒው ግን በታሊባኖቹ የተባረሩት የአፍጋኒስታን ፕሬዚደንት ግን ልክ እንደ ግራኝ አብዮት አህመድ አሊ እና ሚንስትሮቹ ከሕዝባቸው የሠረቁትን ገንዘብ በጆንያ ተሸክመው በተባበሩት የአረብ ኤሚራቶች ወደገነቡት ወደ ዱባይ ቪላቸው ፈርጥጠዋል።

ትናንትና ንጉሥ ዛሬ ተራ ሰው የመሆን እጣ ፈንታ የሁላችንንም በር ሊያንኳኳ ይችላል።

✞✞✞[፩ኛ የዮሐንስ መልእክት ምዕራፍ ፪፥፲፮]✞✞✞

የዓይን አምሮት ስለ ገንዘብም መመካት ከዓለም ስለ ሆነ እንጂ ከአባት ስላልሆነ፥ ማንም ዓለምን ቢወድ የአባት ፍቅር በእርሱ ውስጥ የለም።

✞✞✞[ወደ ሮሜ ሰዎች ምዕራፍ ፲፪፥፪]✞✞✞

የእግዚአብሔር ፈቃድ እርሱም በጎና ደስ የሚያሰኝ ፍጹምም የሆነው ነገር ምን እንደ ሆነ ፈትናችሁ ታውቁ ዘንድ በልባችሁ መታደስ ተለወጡ እንጂ ይህን ዓለም አትምሰሉ።

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Convicted Rapist, Once Deported, Arrives in US on Ethiopian Airlines Evacuation Flight From Kabul

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on August 31, 2021

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

የኢትዮጵያ አየር መንገድ የክፉው አብይ አህመድን ሴት ደፋሪ ወታደሮችን ወደ ትግራይ ያጓጉዛል።

የኢትዮጵያ አየር መንገድ አስገድዶ ደፋሪ ወንጀለኞችን ከአፍጋኒስታን ካቡል ያወጣል። ዋዉ!

➡ Ethiopian Airlines transports Evil Abiy Ahmed’s rapist soldiers to Tigray.

Ethiopian Airlines evacuates Rapists out of Kabul, Afghanistan. Wow!

ወሲባዊ ጥቃቶችን በመፈጸም በአሜሪካ የተፈረደበት መሀመዳዊ አስገድዶ ደፋሪ ጋደር ሄይዳሪ በኢትዮጵያ አየር መንገድ የመልቀቂያ በረራ አሜሪካ ገባ። አሁን በዋሽንግተን ዲሲው የዳልስ አውሮፕላን ማረፊያ ታስሯል።

የኢትዮጵያ አየር መንገድ ላለፉት ሁለት ዓመታት የኮሮና ታክሲ ሆኖ አሜሪካኖችን አገለገለ። ዛሬ የኢትዮጵያ አየር መንገድ ለተራቡትና ለተጠሙት፣ ጤንነታቸው ለታወከባቸውና ሕክምና ለሚፈልጉት የትግራይ አባቶቻችን እና እናቶቻችን፣ ወንድሞቻችን እና እኅቶቻችን ምግብ፣ ውሃ፣ ብርድ ልብስና መድኃኒት በማመላለስ ፈንታ ኦሮሞ ሴት ደፋሪ አውሬ ወታደሮችን ወደ ትግራይ፣ ምስጋና ቢሶቹን የአፍጋኒስታን ሴት ደፋሪዎችን ደግሞ ወደ አሜሪካ ያመላልሳል። በዚህ አላበቃም፤ ይህን ሁሉ ወንጀል ለመፈጸም ኢትዮጵያዊየሆነውን ነገር ሁሉ ለማስወገድ በሉሲፈራውያኑ ሥልጣን ላይ የተቀመጠው አረመኔው የዛሬዋ ኢትዮጵያ መሪከኢትዮጵያ አየር መንገድ ይልቅ በኤሚራቶች፣ በቱርክ፣ በሳውዲ፣ በኬኒያ እና በሩዋንዳ አየር መንገዶች መርጦ እንዳሰኘው በመብረር ላይ ይገኛል።

Convicted rapist who was deported from US in 2017 is arrested at Washington’s Dulles International Airport after catching Ethiopian Airlines evacuation flight out of Kabul.

Ghader Heydari, 47, boarded evacuee flight but was flagged by border officials. How he got on flight unclear because it’s ‘unlikely’ he had Special Immigrant Visa.

Man whose name matches pleaded guilty to rape in Ada County, Idaho, in 2010 A convicted rapist who was deported from the US in 2017 has been arrested at Washington’s Dulles International Airport after catching Ethiopian Airlines evacuation flight out of Kabul.

Ghader Heydari, 47, boarded a flight for evacuees but was flagged by border officials upon arrival into Washington.

He was being held at the Caroline Detention Facility in Bowling Green, Virginia, according to DailyWire, after his criminal and immigration history was pointed that.

He was released in December 2015, according to state records, and was deported from the country in 2017.

When Heydari arrived in the US on the evacuation flight, officials tried to persuade him to cancel his request to enter but he appears to have refused.

The U.S. evacuated 13,400 people from Kabul last Thursday, taking the evacuees to bases in Qatar, Bahrain or Germany before they return to the states.

They flew 5,100 people out of Kabul on US military planes. Another 8,300 were saved by coalition flights. The total – 13,400 – was drastically less than the 19,000 rescued the previous day.

Senator Ted Cruz responded to the situation on Twitter, “Biden’s evacuation from Afghanistan has been chaos. He’s bringing TENS OF THOUSANDS of people into America without thorough vetting. We have a moral obligation to get Afghans who fought with us out of harm’s way. But all unvetted evacuees should be housed in safe 3rd countries.”

💭 ጨፍጫፊው ግራኝ በኢትዮጵያ አየር መንገድ ፈንታ የሩዋንዳ አየርን ይዞ ወደ ኪጋሊ በረረ

👉 ይህ የጦር ወንጀለኛ እንዴት ከአገር እንዲወጣ ተፈቀደለት?

የኢትዮጵያ አየር መንገድን ትቶታል። በኤሚሬትስ አየር መንገድ፣ በቱርክ አየር መንገድ አሁን ደግሞ በሩዋንዳ አየር። ይህ ቅሌታም አውሬ የኢትዮጵያ መሪ ሊሆን አይችልም። የሃገራችንን ኤምባሲዎችም በመዝጋት ላይ ነው፤ እንግዲህ ይህ ሁሉ ኢትዮጵያን አዋርዶ፣ አፈራርሶና ቀብሮ በምትኳ የእስላማዊት ኦሮሚያ ኤሚራትስ ለመመሥረት ትልቅ ህልም ስላለው ነው። እነ አቡነ ተክለ ሐይማኖት እያሉ ሕልሙ የሲዖልን እሳት የሚያሳየው ሕልም ይቀየራል። ለዚህም ቀዥቃዣ እና እርኩስ የሆኑትን ዓይኖቹን ማየት ብቻ በቂ ነው።

በትግራይ ሕዝብ ላይ ትኩሱ የዘር ማጥፋት ጦርነት ከመጀመሩ ከዓመት በፊት የሚከተለውን መል ዕክት አስተላልፌ ነበር፦

አቡነ ማትያስ + /ር ቴዎድሮስ + /ር ሊያ ታደሰ + አቶ ተወልደ ገ/ማርያም ካልዘገየ የስልጣን ወንበራቸውን ባፋጣኝ እንዲያስረክቡ ትግራዋያን ወገኖቼ መጠየቅ አለባችሁ! የትግራይን ሕዝብ ለሚመጣው ጥፋት ተጠያቂ ለማድረግ ነው ያስቀመጧቸውና!”

“የጦር ወንጀል | ግራኝ አህመድ የተከዜን ግድብ አፈረሰው፥ ቀጣዩ የሕዳሴው ነው | ወላሂ! ወላሂ!”

👉 ከሦስት ቀን በፊት ታይቶኝ የነበረው ይህ ነበር፦

የጦር ወንጀለኛውና አሸባሪው አብዮት አህመድ አሊ ከብዙ የግድያ ወንጀሎች በኋላ በወለጋ አማራ ኢትዮጵያውያንን በአሰቃቂ ሁኔታ ትምህርት ቤት ውስጥ እንደ ሂትለር ጨፈጨፋቸው፣ ዓለም አትኩሮት መስጠት ስትጀምር በትግራይ ላይ ጦርነት በፌስ ቡክ አወጀ፣ መብራት፣ ስልክ እና ኢንተርኔት ቆረጠ። ብዙም ሳይቆይ “አማራ” ያላቸውን ንጹሐንን ጨፍጭፎ “ተጨፈጨፉ! ኡ!ኡ!” አለና ለአምንስቲ ኢንተርናሽናል ደውሎ፤ “እኔ ነኝ፤ የኖቤል ሰላም ሽልማት የተሸለምኩት የኢትዮጵያ ገዢ ነኝ፤ ባካችሁ ሀወሀት አማራ ንጹሐንን ጨፈጨፉ ብላችሁ ጩኹሉኝ” አላቸው። ከዚያ ተከዜን ሄዶ መታው፣ የዚህን የጦር ወንጀል ተግባር ለመሸፈንና የሜዲያ አትኩሮትን ለመቀየር በባሕር ዳር ቦምብ አፈነዳ! ይህን ስጽፍ በጎንደርም የተኩስ ልውውጥ ሲካሄድ እየተሰማ ነው ተብሏል። አይገርመንም የአማርን ልዩ ኃይል ወደ ትግራይ ልኮ ካስጨፈጨፈ በኋላ ለ፴፫/33 ዙር የሰለጠነው የጋሎቹ ሰራዊት አማራ የተባለውን ክልል “ኬኛ!” እያለ ሰተት ብሎ ለመግባት አቅዶ ይሆናል። እነ ጄነራል አሳምነው እኮ ከመገደላቸው በፊት “ተከብበናል” ብለው ተናገረው ነበር። አብዮት አህመድ የተባለው ሰይጣን በሚቀጥሉት ጥቂናት ውስጥ ካልተጠረገ፤ የሕዳሴውን ግድብ በግብጽ ያስመታና፤ አሁንም ህዋሀት ናት” ይላል። ግብጽ ከፈረንሳይ በቅርቡ የገዛቸውን አውሮፕላን ተሸካሚ መርከብ ወደ ፖርት ሱዳን ልካለች።

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