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Strip Evil Abiy Ahmed of the Nobel Peace Prize & Give it to The Brave Filsan Abdi

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on December 31, 2021

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

😈 Shame on you, callous President Sahelework Zewde!

😈 Shame on you, ignorant minister Dr. Liya Tadesse!

😈 Shame on you, traitor Journalist Hermela Aregawi!

😈 Shame on you, the heathen Bishop Abune Ermias

👉 Look at Filsan, Y’ALL!

She Was in Abiy Ahmed’s Cabinet as War Broke Out. Now She Wants to Set The Record Straight.

Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed took a sizable risk when he chose her as the youngest minister in his cabinet: Filsan Abdi was an outspoken activist from the country’s marginalized Somali community with no government experience. She was just 28.

Like so many, she was drawn by Abiy’s pledges to build a new Ethiopia, free of the bloody ethnic rifts of the past — overtures that built Abiy’s global reputation as an honest broker and helped win him a Nobel Peace Prize.

Then the opposite happened.

Less than a year into her tenure, Ethiopia was spiraling into an ethnically tinged civil war that would engulf the northern part of the country — Africa’s second most populous — and as the head of the ministry overseeing women’s and children’s issues, Filsan found herself tasked with documenting some of the war’s most horrific aspects: mass rapes by uniformed men and the recruitment of child soldiers.

In September, she became the only cabinet minister to resign over Abiy’s handling of the war.

This week, Filsan, now 30, broke her public silence in a lengthy, exclusive interview with The Washington Post, in which she told of cabinet discussions in the lead-up to the war, official efforts to suppress her ministry’s findings about abuses by the government and its allies, and the resurgent ethnic divisions fracturing the country.

A spokeswoman for Abiy declined to comment on Filsan’s recollections.

“The war has polarized the country so deeply that I know many people will label me as a liar simply because I say the government has also done painful, horrible things,” Filsan said. “I am not saying it was only them. But I was there. I was in cabinet meetings, and I went and met victims. Who can tell me what I did and did not see?”

Disputed story lines

In the 14 months since Ethiopia’s war began, the world has largely relied on the scant access the government has granted to a handful of journalists and humanitarians for any kind of independent reporting. Tigray, Ethiopia’s northernmost region, where the war had been contained until June, has been subjected to a near-total communications blockade since fighting began in November 2020.

In the information vacuum, a propaganda war has flourished alongside the very real fighting that has claimed thousands of lives, and even the most basic story lines of the war are hotly contested.

Who started it? Who carried out the atrocities — massacres, summary executions, intentional starvation, mass rapes, hospital lootings, the arming of children — that people from across northern Ethiopia have recounted, either in their ransacked villages or in refugee camps? Is ethnic cleansing underway? Is Ethiopia’s government winning or losing the war?

In January, Abiy prematurely answered the last question by declaring the war over. He brought a group of ministers including Filsan to Tigray’s capital, Mekelle, which government troops had taken over from the Tigray People’s Liberation Front, a well-armed regional political party resented elsewhere in Ethiopia for its outsize role in the repressive government that ran the country for three decades before Abiy’s ascendance.

Abiy accuses the TPLF of instigating the war with an attack on a military base, in which Tigrayan soldiers killed scores of non-Tigrayan soldiers. TPLF leaders say they were defending themselves. In any case, the conflict quickly metastasized, drawing in ethnic militias and the army of neighboring Eritrea.

In Tigray, Filsan was told to create a task force that would investigate widespread claims of rape and recruitment of child soldiers.

“We brought back the most painful stories, and every side was implicated,” she recalled. “But when I wanted to release our findings, I was told that I was crossing a line. ‘You can’t do that,’ is what an official very high up in Abiy’s office called and told me. And I said, ‘You asked me to find the truth, not to do a propaganda operation. I am not trying to bring down the government — there is a huge rape crisis for God’s sake. Child soldiers are being recruited by both sides. I have the evidence on my desk in front of me.’ ”

Filsan said she was told to revise the report to say that only TPLF-aligned fighters had committed crimes. And when her subordinates at the ministry wouldn’t release the full report, she chose to tweet that “rape has taken place conclusively and without a doubt” in Tigray.

Since then, even her childhood friends have shied away from being seen with her, fearful of the association. Colleagues in the ministry referred to her as a “protector of Tigrayans,” she said — implying that she was a traitor.

The task force’s conclusions have since been echoed by a slew of reports by human rights organizations, which have done interviews either with refugees or by phone because of access restrictions. A joint report written by the United Nations and Ethiopia’s state-appointed human rights agencies also found evidence that all sides in the war had “committed violations of international human rights, humanitarian and refugee law, some of which may amount to war crimes and crimes against humanity.”

Widespread allegations of crimes committed by Tigrayan rebels have piled up since June, when the force surged south into the neighboring Amhara and Afar regions, pushing back government troops and aligned militias and displacing hundreds of thousands of civilians. The five-month onslaught was recently reversed when the rebels retreated to within the borders of Tigray.

Filsan argues that the Ethiopian government could have avoided the wave of revenge rapes and massacres of the past months.

“If there had been accountability for the rapes that took place in Tigray, do you think so many rapes would have happened in Amhara and Afar? No,” she said. “Justice helps stop the cycle. But both sides felt they could just get away with it.”

Yes, I know the pain, too’

As the pendulum of momentum swings back and forth in the war, and a total victory seems more and more elusive, Abiy’s tone has shifted from the relatively straightforward anti-insurgency rhetoric of late last year to calling the war an existential battle against a “cancer” that has grown in the country.

In his and other official statements, the line between the stated enemy — the TPLF — and Tigrayans in general has increasingly blurred. And under a state of emergency imposed in November, Tigrayans around the country allege, thousands of their community members have been arbitrarily detained. Tigrayans crossing the border into Sudan recently recounted fleeing a final stage of what they say is ethnic cleansing in an area of Tigray claimed by the Amhara people.

Filsan recalled that before she resigned, she had been told first by a high-ranking official in Abiy’s Prosperity Party and then by an official in his personal office that all Tigrayans on her staff — and at other ministries, too — were to be placed on leave immediately.

“I said, ‘I won’t do it unless the prime minister calls me himself, or you put it in writing,’ ” she said, adding that subordinates of hers enforced the order anyway. “Many Ethiopians are lying to themselves. They deny that an ethnic element has become a major part of this war. They have stopped seeing the difference between Tigrayan people and the TPLF, even if many Tigrayans don’t support the TPLF.”

When she resigned in September, Abiy told her to postpone her decision for six months, claiming that the war was nearing its conclusion. But by then, she had lost trust in him. Even before the war, in cabinet meetings, Abiy had repeatedly implied that a conflict was coming and that the TPLF would be to blame for it, Filsan said. But she felt that peace had never really been given a chance, and that Abiy seemed to relish the idea of eliminating the TPLF, even though crushing dissent through brute force was a page right out of the TPLF’s playbook.

“It’s now been 100 days since the day we met, and it has only gotten worse. I knew it then, I knew it before then, and I know it now: He’s in denial, he’s delusional. His leadership is failing,” said Filsan.

The feeling that she was being drawn into the same ideology of ethnic domination that the TPLF had espoused when it presided over the country was hard to shake. As a Somali, she came from a community that had been trampled during those decades, and earlier, too, under communists and kings alike. Uncles of hers had been dragged from their beds and beaten; women she knew had to wear diapers after having been raped by soldiers; children were taught to kneel and put their hands up if confronted by a man in uniform.

“So, yes, I know the pain, too, I know the reasons people want revenge. But if we don’t back away from it, we are doomed,” she said. “One day we will wake up from this nightmare and have to ask ourselves: How will we live with the choices we made?”



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The Anti-Tigrayan Pogrom in Addis Ababa | ኃይለኛ ፀረ-ጽዮናውያን ግርግር በአዲስ አበባ

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on November 7, 2021

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💭 Tigrayan homes being searched by Oromaras of Addis Abeba

💭 የጽዮናውያን ቤቶች በአዲስ አበባ ኦሮማራዎች እየተፈተሹ ነው!

👉 ለምን የኦሮሞዎች ቤቶች አይፈተሹም? ‘ኦነግ ሸኔ’ ‘ሽብርተኛ’ አይደለምን?

😈 አይ አማራ! አይ ኦሮሞ! ግፍ ለሚደርስበት ወገናችሁ በመታገልና ድምጽ በመሆን ፈንታ የአረመኔውን ፋሺስት ኦሮሞ አገዛዝ መሪ ፎቶ ይዛችሁ በአደባባይ ትወጣላችሁ?! ዋይ! ዋይ! ዋይ! ከዚህ የበለጠ ውድቀት ምን ሊኖር ይችላል? ግፍ መሥራቱ አልበቃችሁም? የበቀል አምላክ መድኃኔ ዓለም 🔥 እሳቱን ያውርድባችሁ! እናንተን አያድርገኝ!


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This is Why The Fascist Oromo Regime is Telling People In Addis Ababa to Arm Themselves

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on November 7, 2021


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Addis Ababa Looks About to Fall | አዲስ አበባ ልትወድቅ ነው የምትመስለው

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on November 7, 2021

💭 ‘Nasty Cocktail’/ ‘አስከፊ ኮክቴል‘:

👉 Courtesy: Daily Mavrick

Frantic peace efforts are being rebuffed by both sides in the year-long civil war.

Foreign governments this week urged their citizens not to travel to Ethiopia and to escape the country as soon as possible if they were there, as Tigrayan rebel forces advanced rapidly on the capital, Addis Ababa. Some countries began evacuating their diplomats.

Rumours intensified that the city could fall within days or even hours, bringing to a dramatic and possibly even deadlier close an already bloody civil war between the federal government and the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF), which has raged for just on a year as at 3 November.

Desperate but defiant, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed – ironically the winner of the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize – fobbed off peace envoys, declared a state of emergency and urged residents of the capital to arm themselves to repel the Tigrayan forces if they reached the city – an implicit acknowledgment that his own Ethiopian National Defence Force (ENDF) was not up to the challenge of defending the capital.

The US bluntly advised its nationals: “Do not travel to Ethiopia due to armed conflict…” and gave its nonemergency officials permission to leave. Its practical advice to those US citizens who opted to remain included “draft a will” and “leave DNA samples with your medical provider…” The UK and other governments also advised their nationals to get out or not to visit.

But Ethiopia’s ambassador to South Africa, Shiferaw Menbacho, speaking from Addis Ababa, contemptuously dismissed the rumours of an imminent fall of the capital. “The empty wish declares the final burial ceremony of the rebel group,” he said.

The ENDF had marched triumphantly into Ethiopia’s northern Tigray province in November last year and captured the provincial capital Mekelle from rebelling TPLF forces – with the important support of the invading Eritrean Defence Force. Abiy intended a brief war to restore federal authority. But the TPLF retreated to the mountains and fought back. And over the past few months, now allied with the Oromo Liberation Army (OLA) from Abiy’s own province, Oromia, it has dramatically turned the tide of war, driving the Ethiopians and Eritreans back and advancing to within 300km of Addis Ababa.

Diplomatic efforts to establish a ceasefire seem to be failing as both sides still seem to believe they can win the war. The African Union’s special envoy, former Nigerian president Olusegun Obasanjo, and US President Joe Biden’s special envoy for the Horn of Africa, Jeffrey Feltman, are in Addis Ababa, urging peace. Obasanjo declined DM168’s request for comment on his progress.

This week Feltman told journalists in a phone briefing from Washington that: “Without question the situation is getting worse, and we’re – frankly, alarmed by the situation… There has been insufficient access to Tigray since late June, early July.” He said the UN estimated that only about 13% of humanitarian needs to the federal state of Tigray have been met. There were several reasons for that, including the fighting. “But it’s mostly government restrictions … that have prevented the type of humanitarian access from getting to the people of Tigray, and we see signs of famine and near-famine conditions.

“There are over five million people in conditions of food insecurity now whose needs could be addressed if the government would allow the assistance to flow. And at the same time, you see the TPLF … has moved out of Tigray, south into Amhara, [has] taken strategic cities of Dessie and Kombolcha…

“So we’re calling on all parties to this conflict to find ways to de-escalate the situation, allow the humanitarian access to flow to those in need … and move toward a negotiated ceasefire. The situation is dire, and as I said, it is getting worse…”

Will Davison, Ethiopia expert at the International Crisis Group (ICG), told DM168 that he thought Addis Ababa was more likely to fall within a few weeks rather than a few days, as he believed the Tigrayan forces would first try to capture the corridor from Addis Ababa to Djibouti, Ethiopia’s vital access to the sea. “But who knows? Things are moving very fast these days,” he added.

Davison emphasised that such chances as there were, at this late stage, of stopping the Tigrayan advance on Addis Ababa depended on Abiy’s federal government making some concessions to the Tigrayans.

The most important concession would be to end the blockade on Tigray. “So the restoration of services, banking and telecommunications, electricity. And the facilitation of aid to alleviate humanitarian conditions. That would by no means solve all the problems. But it could be a way to get some initial cooperation by the Tigray leadership to stop their advance, particularly its advance towards Addis Ababa.”

But Davison suggested Feltman and Obasanjo faced an uphill struggle.

It wasn’t helpful for the US simply to call on the Tigrayans to halt their advance, as Washington did last weekend. “That’s not going to have any effect.”

On the other hand, there were no signs that Abiy and his allies were ready to make the kind of concessions to the Tigrayans he believed were necessary to persuade them to stop their advance.

Abiy’s call on Addis Ababa residents to take up arms could be very bloody for civilians – if the call was answered, which Davison was not sure would happen. Though there was clearly a lot of opposition to the TPLF and the OLA, it was not clear that it would translate into effective popular resistance in Addis Ababa.

And even if it did, the Tigrayans had simply rolled over popular resistance before and kept on advancing.

“But there is a real concern about attacks on Tigrayan civilians in Addis and in other cities… There is also likely to be considerable rebellious activity in Amhara region should the Tigrayan forces and the OLA take control of Addis as well,” said Davison.

Ironically, the Tigrayans “don’t really want to be part of Ethiopia anymore, let alone governing Ethiopia”, Davison thought.

They were aiming to capture Addis Ababa not essentially to run Ethiopia but to secure Tigray’s interests as they saw them. This meant resuming the flow of trade, services and aid to Tigray and having a federal military that did not threaten them.

And the Tigrayans also needed to conduct a referendum on Tigray’s independence.

“So their dilemma is how do they secure their interests without exerting considerable federal power in Addis. It’s not really conceivable…”

The Tigrayans would need to avoid looking as though they were repeating Ethiopia’s post-1991 politics which the TPLF dominated after its dominant role in the revolution which toppled the brutal regime of President Hailemariam Mengistu. The victors put in place an ethnic-regional federation that kept the country together for over two decades. It was Abiy’s efforts to unravel that ethnic-regional federation and centralise power that sparked the conflict with the TPLF.

Davison said, if one assumed regime change was really coming, there now needed to be some urgent deal-making among the opposition actors allied against Abiy’s government. These needed to include an Oromo-led transition that respected Oromo interests but also secured Tigrayan interests.

“That’s a very, very difficult political balancing act. There’s not much time and obviously, there’s all sorts of other risks – the popular resistance, the possibility of attacks against Tigrayan civilians, a rebellious Amhara region. So it’s a pretty nasty cocktail basically.”



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ከ ፳፭/25 ዓመታት በፊት የዋቄዮ-አላህ ባሪያዎቹ የሩዋንዳ ሁቱዎች በቱሲዎች ላይ ለመዝመት ልክ እንደ አቴቴ አቤቤ ሲፎክሩ

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on November 5, 2021

👉 Rwanda/ሩዋንዳ ፥ ጽዮናውያን ልብ እንበል

የጽዮን ልጅ ለተሰንበት ግደይ ሩጫዋን ከመጀመሯ በፊት ይህን ልበል፦ ከዚህ በፊት ሶማሌውን መሀመድ ፋራን (ሞ ፋራ) ለኢትዮጵያውያን እንዳዘጋጁት በቶክዮ ኦሎምፒክስም የዋቄዮአላህ ባሪያዋንና ከሃዲዋን ሲፋን ሃሰንን በሚገባለጽዮን ልጆች አዘጋጅትዋታል። ቁንጥንጥ ሁኔታዋን በሚገባ እንከታተለው!

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እንደ ትግራይ ልጆቻቸውን በብዛት የገበሩት ቱትሲዎች እስከ ዛሬ ድረስ ሁሉንም ጸጥ ለጥ

አድርገው እስከ ኮንጎ ድረስ በመግዛት ላይ ናቸው፤ ለሩዋንዳም ሰላምንና ብልጽግና አምጥተውላታል።

አዎ! ያለፈው ታሪክ የወደፊቱ መስተዋት ሲሆን የዛሬው ታሪክ ደግሞ ያለፈው ታሪክ መስተዋት ነው። ኢትዮጵያን ኢትዮጵያ ያደረጓት ጽዮናውያን ለብዙ ሺህ ዓመታት ልጆቻቸውን ለኢትዮጵያ ደህንነት፣ ነጻነትና ሰላም ደማቸውን እያፈሰሱ፣ እየተራቡና እየተሰደዱ ሲታገሉ ጠላቶቿ የሆኑት መጤዎቹ ኦሮሞዎች ደግሞ ጽዮናውያን በሰጧቸው ግዛት ሰፍረውሃያ ሰባት ነገዶችን አጥፍተው፣ ዛሬም ኢትዮጵያውያንን እየገደሉና እያፈናቀሉ እነርሱ ግን ልክ እንደ ሩዋንዳ እና ቡሩንዲ ሁቱዎች ህገወጥ በሆነ መልክ ከሦስት አራት ሴቶች አማሌቃውያን ልጆቻቸውን ፈልፍለው ዛሬ ለምንሰማውና ለምናየ የ “እኛ እንበዛለን! ሁሉም ኬኛ” ጥጋበኛ እና እብሪተኛ ማንነታቸው በቅተዋል። አዎ! ዛሬም ጽዮናውያን አዲስ አበባ ድረስ ገብተው በእነ ጃዋር መሀመድ በኩል አዲስ አበባን ያስረክቡናል ብለው ተስፋ በማድረግ ላይ ናቸው፤ ለማጭበርበሪያ ደግሞ ላለፉት ስድስት ወራት፤ “የኦሮሞ ነፃ አውጭ ግንባር የተባለው ቡድን በወለጋ እየተዋጋ ነው ለአዲስ አበባ ሰላሳ ኪሊሜትር ቀርቶናል” ሲሉ ከርመዋል። ግብዞች!

👉 አይይ! ‘ብሔር ብሔረሰብ‘!

የጽዮንን ልጆች የጨፈጨፉት ኦሮሞ ምርኮኞች (ሁቱዎች)

💭 ..1994 .ም የሁቱዎች የመጨረሻ ክተት ውድቀት

(27 Jun 1994) As the Tutsi-dominated rebel Rwanda Patriotic Front (RPF) intensified its drive to take control of Kigali on Monday (27/6), the Hutu-dominated government army was training more men to combat

ኦሮሞዎች የሚመሩት አረመኔ የዋቄዮአላህ ሰአራዊት መደምሰሱ በጎ ነው፣ ተገቢም ነው፤ ገና እስከ አዲስ አበባ፣ ሐረርና ነቀምት የሚዘልቁትን የእነ አብርሃ ወአጽበሐ ግዛቶች ከእነዚህ የትክክለኛዋ ኢትዮጵያ ጠላቶች ነፃ ማውጣት የጽዮን ልጆች ኃላፊነት ነው፤ አለዚያ የኑክሌር ቦምብ እስኪያገኙ ድረስ እድል ሊሰጣቸው አይገባም።

ጽዮናውያን በትግራይ ላይ ከደረሰው ግፍ በኋላ ከቱሲዎቹ እና ፕሬዚደንቷ ከእነ ፖል ካጋሜ ልምድ ወስደው የሚቻል ከሆነ እንደተለመደው በፍትህ ሁሉንም የኢትዮጵያ ብሔር ብሔረሰቦች የመግዛት ግዴታ አለባቸው፤ በድጋሚ የሚያመጹ ከሆነ ግን በትግራይ ላይ የደረሰውን ጭፍጨፋ እዲቀምሷት ማድረግ ወደ ኬኒያና ሶማሊያ እንዲሰደዱ ማድረግ ስለሚኖርባችው በደንብ መዘጋጀት አለባቸው። በተለይ ሶማሌ፣ ኦሮሞ እና አማራ የተባሉት ክልሎች ባፋጣኝ ፈራርሰው ኢትዮጵያ በሰሜን፣ ደቡብ፣ ምስራቅ እና ምዕራብ ግዛቶች ተከፋፍላ መተዳደር አለባት። እያንዳንዱ ግዛት የአክሱማውያን/ኢትዮጵያውያን ግዛት ነው። እግዚአብሔር የሚያውቀውና ኃላፊነቱንም ያስረከባቸው ለሰሜን ሰዎች ብቻ ነው።

ከዘመቻ አሉላ አባ ነጋ ቀጥሎ መጠራት ያለበት የአክሱማውያን ዘመቻ፤ “ዘመቻ አብርሃ ወ አጽበሃ” ነው። ላለፉት ፻፴/130 ዓመታት በኢትዮጵያ ተንሰራፍቶ የነበረውና የስጋ ማንነትና ምንነት ያላቸው ደቡባውያን የበላይነት አብቅቷልና አሁን ለሁሉም የኢትዮጵያ ነዋሪዎች ሰላም፣ ደህነነት፣ ብልጽግና እና መንፈሳዊ እድገት ሲባል “የብሔር ብሔረሰቦች እኩለነት” የሚባለውን ዲያብሎሳዊ ርዕዮተ ዓለም ወደ ቆሻሻ ቅርጫት ጥለን የአክሱም ኢትዮጵያውያንን የበላይነት ከሰሜን እስከ ደቡብ፣ ከምስራቅ እስከ ምዕራብ በግድም በውድም ማንገስ ይኖርብናል። አክሱማውያን ይህን ሁሉ መስዋዕት ዛሬም ለዘመናትም ሲከፍሉ የነበሩት አንዲት ትንሽ መንደር ውስጥ ታጭቀው ይኖሩ ዘንድ አይደለም።

ከሰላሳ ዓመታት በፊት ወደ አዲስ አበባ በማምራት አረመኔውን የደርግ መንግስት ያስወገዱት

አብረሃ ወ አጽበሃ፣ አፄ ዮሐንስ እና እራስ አሉላ ቢሆኑ ኖሮ ዛሬ በመላው ዓለም የምትፈራዋና የምትከበረዋ ታሪካዊቷና ታላቋ ኢትዮጵያ እነ ኤርትራን + ጂቡቲን + ሶማሊያን + ሱዳንን + ኬኒያን + ሩዋንዳን የተመለሱትና እግዚአብሔር የሚያውቃት ግዛቶቿ ታደርጋቸው ነበር።

👉 The RPF offensive / RPF ጥቃት።

💭 እ.አ.አ 1994 ዓ.ም የሁቱዎች የመጨረሻ ክተት ውድቀት

(27 ጁን 1994) ቱትሲዎች የሚበዙበት አማ rebel የሩዋንዳ አርበኞች ግንባር (አርፒኤፍ) ሰኞ (27/6) ኪጋሊ ን ለመቆጣጠር ያደረገው ጥረት ሲፋፋ ፣ ሁቱየበላይ የሆነው የመንግስት ጦር ብዙ ወንዶችን ለመዋጋት ሥልጠና እየሰጠ ነበር።

(27 Jun 1994) As the Tutsi-dominated rebel Rwanda Patriotic Front (RPF) intensified its drive to take control of Kigali on Monday (27/6), the Hutu-dominated government army was training more men to combat.


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