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Is Egypt On The Verge Of Engineered Civil War?

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on August 3, 2013

EgyptCivilWarFor thousands of years, Egypt has been one of the primary pillars of the Eastern world. When Egypt falls into turmoil, a shockwave is felt by all other nations that heralds great change and perhaps even great catastrophe. The West’s longtime interest in maintaining a solid foothold in Egypt is based on this reality; even in our modern age, when Egypt is in your corner riches can be accumulated, and power can be gathered.

Our government along with European governments have gone to incredible lengths in the region in order to ensure Egyptian compliance. In the 1940s and 1950s, Britain sought to dominate the country through force of arms. The U.S. set out to buy Egypt with massive foreign aid as well as military subsidies for leaders that held pro-western views. However, it appears that in the quest for “globalization”, western interests now see a destabilized and violent Egypt as more useful to the grand plan. The Egyptian revolution in 2011 which highlighted what many call the “Arab Spring” was heavily manipulated by U.S. and European governments, but such sociopolitical engineering is still limited to the whims of the target population.

No one can create a revolution or civil war out of thin air. Years or even decades of popular angst and anger has to be fostered. The citizenry must already be near the tipping point of mass dissent. Globalists do not make revolutions occur, they simply find a revolution already brewing, and then attempt to direct the preexisting energy of the populace towards an end result that benefits the establishment the most.

Egypt is now ripe for internal conflict far beyond civil disobedience into the realm of Syrian-style civil war, and I believe our government is well aware that such a calamity is brewing…

The ousting of President Hosni Mubarak was driven in part by a distaste amongst the general Egyptian public for the U.S. government’s influence over the political dichotomy of their society. U.S. funding had, in their view, given foundational support to Mubarak’s reign, which had resorted to police brutality, martial law, lack of free elections, crackdowns on free speech, and corruption in order to retain control. This coupled with high unemployment and price inflation inevitably led to citizen dissent, which saw the U.S. as a staunch ally of their abusive oligarchy.

Even after the revolution and the election of Mohamed Mursi (a primary supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood whose political platform calls for the removal of western influences within predominantly Islamic cultures), the U.S. government continued to send $1.6 billion in foreign aid to the region.

After the military overthrow of the elected Mursi in recent months generated in part by the Egyptian people’s anger over western influence, our government is STILL pushing for the continuance of American tax dollars to Egypt, and, still refuses to acknowledge that the latest transition of power is by every definition a “coup”.

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Egypt: U.S. to carry on with operation Bright Star in Egypt


The United States plans to hold a major military exercise in Egypt despite the ongoing tension between supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsi and those of the new rulers.

US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel told reporters on Wednesday that Operation Bright Star will take place in Egypt in mid-September. (Ethiopian New 2006 year’s days)

The announcement to continue a joint US-Egypt military exercise came a day after Egypt’s army-backed interim government ordered the police to sweep the streets of pro-Morsi protesters.

Observers say removing protesters from the streets of Cairo by force could set up a potentially bloody conflict with Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood.

But in the face of such a standoff, the US and Egyptian authorities have refused to suspend their joint military exercise.

“We’re planning on going ahead with it,” Hagel told reporters at a Pentagon news conference.

Operation Bright Star dates back to 1981, and has been a keystone of US-Egyptian military relations.

It began after the Camp David Peace Accords between Egypt and Israel.

The military exercises were canceled in 2011 because of the political turmoil that led to the ouster of Hosni Mubarak.

However, the exercises held every two years will not be cancelled this time around, despite the tensions in Egypt.

The US has also refrained from labelling removal of Morsi as a “coup,” because it would trigger a cut-off in aid and could require the withdrawal of military aids and funds to the Egyptian military, which runs up to $1.3 billion, annually.

Hagel has been in consistent contact with Egyptian army chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sissi since the military ousted Mursi on July 3.

Although relations between both nations have been sustained despite the ousting of Morsi, the US has halted delivery of F-16 fighter jets to the African nation.

Arab Oil: The Rise and Demise of the Middle East?

PanicPickFor centuries, the Middle East has been the place that empires and world powers competed to control, for geographic, strategic and political reasons, as a source of fossil fuel and the presence of the Israeli state stability. But are we witnessing a historic change, as the global needs for resources have shifted?

For a very long time, the world relied on the Middle East — most notably, Arab Gulf countries such as Saudi Arabia — for crude oil. Oil has been used as a “weapon” when it comes to foreign policy in many parts of the region, including Iraq. Hence it is shocking for oil-producing countries to learn that the United States’ ability to generate energy is in fact larger than expected.  The United States has grown oil production to its highest levels since 1990, after it was in decline for many years.  And it is now on the rise even more, due to discoveries of natural gas fields that are expected to cover and probably exceed local demand. This will allow the United States to become self-sufficient sooner than anticipated and make an enormous impact on the Arab world and its economic stability and security. The price per barrel of oil, now $107, will decline by half or more.

If my theory proves to be correct, the next five years will bring the historic collapse of oil prices in the Arab world and likely lead to changes of deep political dimensions.  As a result, the largest oil-producing countries such as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will lose the endowment and “special treatment” that Washington has granted in the past. Historically it has always been a top U.S. priority to keep the price of energy under control and oil flow unhindered. This policy has cost the United States dearly and forced it to tolerate the Saudi misbehavior. Although the Kingdom is the main sponsor and funding source for terrorism, including al Qaeda; and despite the fact that 15 hijackers of the September 11 attacks were Saudi citizens, Washington chose instead to wage two costly wars in Iraq and Afghanistan in retaliation, turning a blind eye to human rights violations in the Kingdom.

For those who are skeptical of this analysis, who believe that the Arab oil is indispensable and that the United States will not give up Gulf relations it has worked on improving for decades, I say that variables change. The same Middle East the United States is dealing with now may not exist in the next five years. Arab oil will still be important, but not be as strategically crucial as it has been for the past few centuries. And why is that? Here are some short-term and long-term reasons:

  • As the United States becomes energy self-sufficient, Arab oil will lose its strategic importance.
  • The havoc of the Arab Spring and the Islamist movement will continue to weaken states and create conflicting semi-states.
  • Security challenges in the region will spread, as it will be preoccupied with internal wars. Tribal or sectarian conflicts will alarm foreign investors.
  • Current governments or countries may disappear, once a new geographical map is drafted according to the changes that will occur.
  • Imminent climate and environmental changes and water scarcity will threaten the region with extinction.

In the midst of these momentous changes, which might be just around the corner — and while the world is busy making progress in energy research to cope with demand — the Arab world is cozily sleeping, unprepared and indifferent for what is coming, leaving its fate to be decided by the strongest.

Source: Middle East Post


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Maid to Suffer

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 22, 2013

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She had arrived in Oman from a small town in a remote part of Ethiopia full of hope. Hope that she had secured a good job as a maid in a prosperous country and would be able to send money to her family back home. She believed this fortuitous break might herald some much-needed luck and that a brighter future now beckoned for her far away from the confines of her poverty-stricken African homeland.

Her lucky break was in fact being found still alive after being raped and violated by her sponsor and three of his friends and dumped like a piece of rubbish in the desert to die.

When some locals came across her, she was bleeding and barely conscious, having spentten days in the desert. Doctors said she only survived because of the unusual prolonged rainy conditions, another piece of luck.

Not having friends or family to turn to or any embassy to provide shelter, she was alone and helpless.

Without the kindness of strangers, she would have died. Even then, she was arrested and jailed for two months because her Omani sponsor had alerted police in the Interior that she was a ‘run-away’ or absconder.

Now imagine this all happening to you when you’re only 16 years old. Not a worldly-wise girl either, but a young, unsophisticated woman who has never left her small town.

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Women: The World Ignores The Muslim World’s Crimes

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 17, 2013

A couple of days ago, I was politely telling some European travellers to not willingly vacation in countries like the United Arab Emirates where thousands of young Ethiopian women are being enticed with the promise of work – only to suffer verbal, physical and sexual abuse. Well, to my disappointment, they were less enthusiastic to acknowledge the sad plight of African and Asian women in that God-forsaken region. Western powers spend trillions of dollars to fight against evil spirits that rule principalities. They send thousands of their sons to Afghanistan, Iraq and co. as a blood sacrifice to the beast. They import millions of the new-barbarians to their countries, give them everything they want, protect and appease them despite the fact that they are the first to jump down their throats when things go wrong. They let these barbarian into their societies so that they could shake the judeo-christian foundation. They let them abuse the system freely. They rape their daughters, kill their young soldiers brutally – yet, they still refuse to learn how to walk in other people’s shoes.

The crimes committed against poor Ethiopian women in the Middle East are indeed horrendous and horrific crimes against humanity that violate the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Yet, the ‘civilized’ world, the United Nations do nothing to stop these crimes. The UnUnited Nations!

Another Ethiopian ‘Commits’ Suicide in Mount Lebanon

DomesticWAn Ethiopian domestic worker committed suicide in the home of her employer in the Mount Lebanon town of Choueifat last Wednesday, June 12, 2013, a security source said.
The 23-year-old died by hanging using a rope in one of the rooms of her employer, the source said.

According to one report, the worker was pregnant in her sixth month.


Ethiopian dies, Pinay maid survives torture, starvation by UAE employers

A Filipina housemaid in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) survived torture and starvation at the hands of her employers but her Ethiopian colleague did not.

The couple faced the Court of First Instance for the alleged abuse as prosecutors sought life imprisonment for them, according to a report on the Khaleej Times news site on Tuesday.

Charges lodged against the couple included illegal imprisonment, deprivation of freedom with the use of force, physical and mental torture leading to death, and causing bodily harm, the report said.

However, the couple — a 45-year-old public relations officer and her 42-year-old policeman husband — denied the charges against them.

A forensic expert said the Ethiopian maid weighed only 37 kg when she died, while her blood samples contained traces of a pesticide, even as the suspect allegedly tried to bribe one maid with money so she would not talk to the police.

Both the Ethiopian and Filipina sustained severe injuries leading to infection.

On the other hand, the court was told the Emirati policeman merely watched while his wife abused the maids and locked them up in the bathroom.

He allegedly secured his villa in Nad Al Hamar area so the two maids could not escape.


The Filipina maid, 29, said the torture lasted a couple of months.

She told the prosecutor her employer would beat her and deny her food, and even force her to drink a mix of detergents when she did not like her cleaning.

Also, she said the employer would threaten her with jail and claim she and her husband had connections with the police and immigration.

She would also allegedly threaten to circulate nude pictures of the two. She had taken photos of the two after forcing them to strip.

The Filipina added the Emirati would bang their heads against the wall while they were cleaning the house.

She added the Emirati fed the Ethiopian only a piece of onion, sugar and salt for five days, and fed her better only after the Ethiopian lost consciousness.

But when the Ethiopian’s injuries became infected, the employer would not take her to a hospital for fear the abuse may be discovered.


The Khaleej Times report said a maid of the employer’s friend testified she herself was abused by the employer, who threw detergent on her face and forced her to sniff her underwear.

Even the employer’s friend, a 35-year-old manager, testified seeing the employer beating the victim with a stick.

However, last Jan. 16, she said she heard the employer beg the maid not to speak to the police and offered her money.


Explicit Details of Degrading Sexual Attack on S. African Reporter Lara Logan in Egypt

Because the Egyptians thought that she was an American and a Jew. She had just been doing her job, as the CBS News foreign correspondent in a country which is hostile to the Christian world — a country that American tax-payers aid to bully Christian Ethiopia

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Horrifying: Australian Woman Gang Raped in Dubai – Then Jailed 8 Months for Sex Outside Marriage

Alicia Gali of Australia was excited about her new job in the “desert paradise” of Dubai. American-owned Starwood Hotels, one of the world’s largest hotel groups, even offered to pay for her plane ticket and accommodations as part of the contract that she become a manager.

The United Arab Emirates had been aggressively targeting Australia for tourists when she took the job in 2008, portraying itself as “really progressive and forward-thinking and the ‘new’ Middle East,” Gali said. But when she got there, she found another world entirely.

After being drugged and gang-raped by three of her colleagues, Gali says she found no help from her superiors at the hotel. After she took herself to the hospital, she was thrown in jail for eight months for sex outside of marriage.

Gali’s Australian attorney explained that, as far as she understands, the crime is only considered rape under the country’s strict Islamic laws if there are “four adult, male Muslim witnesses that can provide evidence that the sex was non-consensual.”

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Horrific ordeal of ‘Girl D’ who was raped injected with heroin, branded and sold for sex at £600 an hour

  • Mohammed Karrar plied girl with drink and drugs and raped her

  • She then became his ‘property’ and a sex slave

  • Was loaned out to abusers around the country for up to £600 an hour

The ordeal for one of the victims began after she became desperate for love and attention because she was forced to care for her sick parents.

So when Mohammed Karrar entered her life, bought her perfume and treated her like an adult, she believed in him. But the ‘nicey-nicey honeymoon period,’ as she described it, would last barely a year.

After grooming her, Karrar made sure she was ‘out of it’ on drink and drugs before raping her on his sofa.

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Muslim Gang Raped 100 Teenage Girls in The UK

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Foreign Domestic Workers Suffer Abuse in Mideast

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on January 9, 2013


I wish I had stayed at home,” Almaz said. But she cannot return to Ethiopia: her passport was taken away from her on arrival in Dubai.

My note: We are all Ambassadors of our country when we take residence outside the country, but, the official representatives of a country have far more responsibility for the well-being and rights of fellow citizens. One major criteria to occupy the post as Ambassador of a particular nation is the willingness to demonstrate a higher degree of affection to represent and protect the interests of the nation and its citizens in the best possible manner. Yet, when we observe the job done/undone by the diplomatic representatives of Ethiopia in Muslim countries it is rather lame, irresponsible and shameful. All Ethiopian Ambassadors sent to the Middle East and other Muslim-majority countries are Muslims. Why, in the first place, are only Muslims sent as ambassadors of Ethiopia to Muslim countries? Is their job to import workforces aka slaves to embarrass Ethiopia and feed the hungry Saudi-Biest by robbing the souls of clueless Ethiopians?

Thousands of young women travel to countries like the United Arab Emirates hoping to earn a better living. But many end up exploited, abused, threatened and isolated by their employers, with nowhere to go for help.

We will call her Almaz, as she does not wish to reveal her true name. She is 23 years old and left her home in Ethiopia in search of a better life. For the last 10 months she has been working as a housemaid in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Like many young women in Ethiopia, Almaz had difficulties finding a job. And even when work was available, the pay wasn’t enough to live on.

“I started an apprenticeship to become a chef,” Almaz said. “After paying half of the fee I didn’t have any money left. I needed to pay my rent and for my food and schooling – how was I supposed to get by on 400 birr [ 17 euros, $22]?”

In these circumstances, the job in Dubai sounded like a good opportunity, with a wage of $170 per month. Excited, she signed a two-year contract, trying not to think about all the negative things she had heard about working conditions in Dubai. After all, she knew of girls who had “made it” there – or at least had earned enough to send money home, which equaled success in their families’ eyes.

Slave labor

The relatives of such women rarely learn about the degradation some foreigners suffer at the hands of their employers. Almaz said she found herself in a similar situation to many other foreign maids in Dubai. In a hushed voice, she described her experience on the phone to DW as one of violence, sexual harassment and inhuman working conditions.

Almaz is forced to work up to 20 hours a day. On days when there is less to do in the family home, her boss sends her to cook and clean at her brother’s house. “I wish I had stayed at home,” Almaz said. But she cannot return to Ethiopia: her passport was taken away from her on arrival in Dubai.

Lack of protection

Almaz’s experience is similar to that of hundreds of thousands of young female workers in the Middle East. In Lebanon alone, there are 200,000 foreign domestic workers – in a total population of 4 million. The numbers are estimated to be even higher in Saudi Arabia.

The main responsibility for the rights of these migrants is carried by the host country, said Nadim Houry, deputy director of the Middle East and North Africa division at Human Rights Watch and director of Human Rights Watch’s Beirut office.

“When abuse occurs, the case should be dealt with by the justice system and police in the host country,” said Houry.

But in reality things are different. Even though countries like Jordan and Lebanon have created laws to protect foreign domestic workers, Houry said the laws are not being applied.

“The women’s home countries have the second degree of responsibility for their safety,” added Houry, naming the Philippines as a positive example.

Filipino embassies have set up hotlines that women in trouble can call, and in some cases they offer emergency accommodation. However, they are the exception. The Ethiopian embassy in Saudi Arabia did not respond to DW’s telephone and written enquiries on the matter – nor does it respond to direct enquiries from affected domestic workers.

Sexual abuse

Almaz said she feels lonely in her struggle. She recalls one frightening encounter: “While I was working, a man who is employed as a driver came in and made sexual advances on me. I ran into the boss’s room, locked the door and screamed.” The incident did not result in any punishment for the man.

Her experience is not an isolated case. Almaz said a friend of hers was raped by her employer who threatened to stop paying her if she resisted.

Almaz said she the only way out of the situation will be to wait it out. Her contract in Dubai ends in 14 months. She hopes to then get her passport back and return to Ethiopia

Source: DW

Sri Lankan Maid Rizana Nafeek ‘executed in Saudi Arabia’

Saudis would never execute Europeans or Americans, only Asians and Africans

Saudi Arabia has executed a Sri Lankan domestic worker for killing a baby in her care in 2005, a foreign ministry official in Colombo has told the BBC.

The maid, Rizana Nafeek, had denied killing the four-month-old boy.

Her supporters say she was only 17 at the time of the killing. They say her execution is a breach of international child rights.

Source: BBC

Labour Abuse: More Than 52 million Domestic Workers Worldwide

At least 52 million people around the world – mainly women -are employed as domestic workers, according to the first research of its kind conducted by the International Labour Organization.

Despite the size of the sector, many domestic workers experience poor working conditions and insufficient legal protection.

  • Asia and the Pacific: 21.4 million
  • Latin America and the Caribbean: 19.6 million
  • Africa: 5.2 million
  • Developed countries: 3.6 million
  • Middle East: 2.1 million

Source: ILO


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አረብ በመሀረብ አርብ፡ “የመጨረሻ ተስፋየ የአገሬ ፀበል ብቻ ነው”

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on October 26, 2011

ታች ላይ የሚገኘውን ፊልም በቅርብ የቀረጸው የፌደራል ጀርመን ብሔራዊ የቴሌቭዥን ጣቢያ ነበር። ፊልሙ ላይ ከቀረቡት ዋና ዋና ቁምነገሮች መካከል የሚገኙትን መልእክቶች እናገኛለን፦

  • 600.000  የቤት አገልጋዮች በትንንሾቹ የተባበሩት የአረብ ኢሚራቶች ይኖራሉ።

  • 80%  የሚሆነው የኢሚራቶች ነዋሪ ስደተኛ ሠራተኛ ነው።

  • ኢትዮጵያውያን ሴቶችን ወደ አረብ አገር የሚልኩት የአዲስ አበባ ወኪሎች የሚገኙት በመርካቶ ገባያ አካባቢ ነው። ብዙዎቹ ወኪሎች ፈቃድ የላቸውም። ለምሳሌ፣ ፋይዛ የጉዞ ወኪል

  • አብዛኛዎቹ ወደ አረብ አገር የሚሄዱ ክርስቲያን ኢትዮጵያውያን ሴቶች ስማቸውንና ሃይማኖታቸውን እንዲቀይሩ ይደረጋሉ።

  • እንደ ትርንጎያሉት ኢትዮጵያውያን የቤት ሠራተኞች ዱባይ ሲገቡ ገና በአውሮፕላን ማረፊያው ነው ፓስፖርታቸውና ተንቀሳቃሽ ስልካቸው በአስቀጣሪዎቹና በቀጣሪዎቹ የሚነጠቀው።

  • ኢትዮጵያውያን የቤት አገልጋዮች በየቀኑ እስከ 20 ሰዓት፡ ሳምንቱን ሙሉ እንዲሰሩ ይገደዳሉ፡ ምግብም በቀን አንዴ ብቻ ያገኛሉ።

  • የወር ደምወዛቸው ከ120 ዩሮ አይበልጥም፡ እሱም አንዳንዴ ጭራሽ አይከፈላቸውም።

  • ከጨካኝ አሰሪዎቻቸው በደል ያመለጡ 400 የሚሆኑ ሴቶች በዱባይ እስር ቤቶች ውስጥ ይማቅቃሉ። ለመብታቸው የሚከራከርላቸው ማንም የለም። እንዲያውም የእስር ቤት ጠባቂ ፖሊሶች ሴቶቹን በየጊዜው ይደፍሯቸዋል።

  • ዱባይ ውስጥ ተቃውሞን ወይም ብሶትን መግለጽ አይፈቀድም፥ ለመስማትም ሆነ ለመርዳት ዝግጁ የሆነ መንግሥታዊ ወይም መንግሥታዊ ያልሆነ ዓለም ዓቀፍ ድርጅት የለም።

  • የቤት ሠራተኞችን ኢሰብዓዊ የሆነ አኗኗር ለመከታተል ዱባይ የሚገቡ ጋዜጠኞች ክትትል ይደረግባቸዋል፡ ይህ የጀርመን ቴሌቪዥን በድብቅ የቀረጻቸው ፊልሞች በዱባይ ባለስልጣናት እንዲደመሰስ ተደርጓል። (የፖሊስ አገር!)

  • በኢትዮጵያ ሙስሊሞች የሚተዳደረው የኢትዮጵያ ኢምባሲ ትርንጎን ለመሳሰሉት የኢትዮጵያ ተወላጆች ግልጋሎት አይሰጥም፡ እሷን በሚመለከት ከእዚህ የቴሌቪዥን ቡድን ጋርም ለመተባበር ፈቃደኛ አልነበረም፡ እንዲያውም ኢትዮጵያውያንን በመርዳት ፈንታ እነርሱን ለዱባይ ባለሥልጣናት አሳልፎ እንደሚሰጣቸው ሪፖርቱ ያመለክታል።

  • ኢትዮጵያውያኑን ለመርዳት ፈቃደኛ ሆኖ የተገኘው በዱባይ የኢትዮጵያ ኢምባሲ ሳይሆን፡ አጠገቡ የሚገኘው የፊሊጲንስ ኢምባሲ ነው። (ሐዋርያው ፊሊፖስ የኛ አምባሳደር ተንከባካቢ ስለነበር ይሆን?)

  • በፊሊጲንስ አገር የቤት ሠራተኞች ተጨማሪ የቤተሰብ አባል እንደሆኑ ተደርገው ነው የሚቆጠሩት ፡ በዱባይ ግንባሪያየሚል ስም እየተሰጣቸው ይገረፋሉ፡በፈላ ውሃ ይቃጠላሉ።

ትዕቢተኛዋ ባቢሎን ሰማይ ጠቀስ ፎቆችን መስራት ትወዳለች፤ ብልጭልጭ በሆኑ ነገሮች ታሸበርቃልች፤ በጥቁር ወርቅም ሰክራለች፤ ለቅንጦትና ምድራዊ ለሆነ ምቾትም እንቅልፍ አጥታ ትኖራልች፡ ሰውን የመሰለ ክቡር ፍጡርን ግን ትንቃለች፣ ታንቋሽሻለች።

ትርንጎ የት እንደደረሰች ለማወቅ የቴሌቪዥን ቡድኑ አልቻለም። ግን የትም ትድረስ የትም፡ እነዚህ አረማዊ የአረብ ማህበረሰቦች በዚህች ምድር ላይ የተሰጣቸውን የቤት ስራ እየሰሩ አይደሉም፡ ምናልባትም የመጨረሻውን ፈተና በኢትዮጵያውያኑ አማካይነት ለመውደቅ እየበቁ ነው ፤ እንዲያውም የመጥፊያ ጊዚያቸው መቃረቡን በአገሮቻቸው እየተቀጣጠለ ያለው እሳት ፈጋ አድርጐ እያሳየን ነው።

በጣም የሚያሳዝነው፡ በእነ አባ ጂፋር ጊዜ ኢትዮጵያውያንና ኢትዮጵያውያትን በባርነት ሲሸጡ የነበሩት ኢትዮጵያውያን ሙስሊሞች አሁንም በተመሳሳይ መልክ ይህን አጸያፊ ድርጊት በመፈጸሙ ረገድ ክፍተኛ ሚና ለመጫወት መብቃታቸው ነው። እስላም በሆኑ አገሮች ኢትዮጵያን እየወከሉ የሚሄዱት ኢትዮጵያውያን ሙስሊሞች ናቸው። እነዚህ ኢትዮጵያ አገራችንና ኢትዮጵያውያትን ያገለግሉ ዘንድ ዱባይን በመሳሰሉ የአረብ ከተሞች በየቪላው የተቀመጡት ዲፕሎማቶች የሚሰቃዩ ወገኖቻቸውንለመርዳት ፈቃደኞች አይደሉም።

90ዎቹ ዓመታት የአዲስ አበባ ከንቲባ እንዲሆን ተሹሞ የነበረው ኢትዮጵያዊ ሙስሊም ስልጣኑን ያለአግባብ በመጠቀም ባጭር ጊዜ ውስጥ በታሪክ ታይቶ የማይታወቅ የመስጊድ ግንባታ ጂሃዳዊ ዘመቻ በኢትዮጵያ ዋና ከተማ አካሄደ። ከዚህ ድርጊት በኋላ ይህ ግለሰብ ምንም ዓይነት መንግሥታዊ ኃላፊነት ሊወስድ አይገባውም ነበር፡ ነገር ግን በሱዳኗ ካርቱም የኢትዮጵያአምባሳደር ሆኖ ለመሾም በቃ፡ ባለፈው መስከረም ላይም አንድ ታላቅ የኪነጥበብ በዓል እዚያው አዘጋጀ። ይህን መሰሉ ዝግጅት ነፃ በወጣችዋና በአዲሲቷ ሱዳን መቅረብ ሲገባው፡ በክርስቲያኖችና በዳርፉር ጥቁር እስላሞች ላይ ጭፍጨፋውን ስታካሂድ ለነበረችው፡ እንዲሁም የኢትዮጵያን መከፋፈል ለምትመኘዋ ለካርቱም ተሰጠ። ከዚያም ወደዚህ የኪነጥበብ ትዕይንት በዓል ሲያመሩ የነበሩ የትግራይ ኪነጥበብ ቡድን ዓባላት በመኪና አደጋ ሕይወታቸውን አጡ። ለመሆኑ ይህ በካርቱም የተቀመጠው አምባሳደር በጋበዛቸው ዘፋኞች ሕይወት መጥፋት ላይ ምን ዓይነት ሚና ተጫውቶ ይሆን?

ሰው ዓለምን ሁሉ ቢያተርፍ ነፍሱንም ቢያጐድል ምን ይጠቅመዋል?” [ማር. 836]

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