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እነዚህን ውሾች የቀሰቀሰው ያለተለመደ የመሬት መንቀጥቀጥ በብሪታኒያ

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on September 8, 2020

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RT ክርክር | ኢትዮጵያ ከ 150 ዓመታት በፊት የተሠረቁትን ንብረቷን እንድትመልስ እንግሊዝን ጠየቀች

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on April 29, 2018

የማርያም መቀነቱን ምልክት ላለማየት፣ የነጎድጓዱን ድምጽ መልዕክት ላለመስማት አሻፈረኝ እያሉ ነው፤ የእንግሊዙ ጋዜጠኛ ትዕቢትና ግትርነት “የ ሌባ ዓይን ደረቅ መልሶ ብ ያደርቅ!” ያሰብላል

ኤግዚቢሽ የተዘጋጀው በለንደን ከሚገኘው የኢትዮጵያ ማኅበረሰብ ጋር በመመካከር ነው….መብታችን ነው፡ ኢትዮጵያ እንደ ኢራቅና ሶርያ ህግ አልባ ልትሆን ስለምትችል እዚህ መቆየት አለበት….ቅብርጥሴ.”

ምን እያዘጋጁልን እንደሆነ ልብ በሉ!

የቀማኞቹ የዔሳውና እስማኤል ዘሮች እኛን ከማታለል፣ እርስበርስ ከማዳቆስና ከማባላት አያርፉም

ትንቢተ ሚክያስ ምዕራፍ ፪:

በመኝታቸው ላይ በደልን ለሚያስቡ ክፋትንም ለሚያደርጉ ወዮላቸው! ኃይል በእጃቸው ነውና ሲነጋ ይፈጽሙታል።

በእርሻው ላይ ይመኛሉ፥ በግዴታም ይይዙታል፤ በቤቶችም ላይ ይመኛሉ፥ ይወስዱአቸውማል፤ ሰውንና ቤቱን፥ ሰውንና ርስቱንም ይነጥቃሉ።

ስለዚህ እግዚአብሔር እንዲህ ይላል። እነሆ፥ በዚህ ወገን ላይ በክፉ አስባለሁ፥ ከዚያም አንገታችሁን አታነሡም፤ ዘመኑም ክፉ ነውና ቀጥ ብላችሁ አትሄዱም።

በዚያ ቀን በምሳሌ ይመስሉባችኋል፥ በጽኑ ልቅሶም ያለቅሱላችኋል፤ እነርሱም። ፈጽመን ጠፍተናል፤ የሕዝቤን እድል ፈንታ ይሰፍራል፥ እርሱንም የሚከለክል የለም፤ እርሻችንን ለዓመፀኞች ይከፍላል ይላሉ።

ስለዚህ በእግዚአብሔር ጉባኤ መካከል በዕጣ ገመድ የሚጥል አይኖርህም።

ትንቢት አትናገሩ ብለው ይናገራሉ፤ በእነዚህ ላይ ትንቢት አይናገሩም፥ ስድብም አይርቅም።

የያዕቆብ ቤት የተባልህ ሆይ፥ በውኑ የእግዚአብሔር መንፈስ የማይታገሥ ነውን? ወይስ ሥራው እንደዚች ናትን? ቃሌስ በቅን ለሚሄድ በጎነት አያደርግምን?

ነገር ግን ከቅርብ ጊዜ ጀምሮ ሕዝቤ እንደ ጠላት ሆኖ ተነሥቶአል፤ ቀሚስንና መጐናጸፊያን ገፈፋችሁ፤ ሳይፈሩም፤ የሚያልፉትን ከሰልፍ እንደሚመለሱ አደረጋችኋቸው።

የሕዝቤንም ሴቶች ከተሸለሙ ቤቶቻቸው አሳደዳችኋቸው፤ ከሕፃናቶቻቸውም ክብሬን ለዘላለም ወሰዳችሁ።

በዚህ ዕረፍት የላችሁምና ተነሥታችሁ ሂዱ፤ በርኵሰት ምክንያት ክፉ ጥፋት ታጠፋችኋለች።


Ethiopia Demands UK Return Pillaged Treasure Taken 150 Years Ago (DEBATE)


Ethiopia is calling for the return of valuable artefacts plundered by British forces 150 years ago. The East African treasures are currently on display at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

The country has demanded that all of the looted antiquities be sent back to Ethiopia on a permanent basis, refusing an offer of a long-term loan by the V&A Museum.

Among the treasures are a gold crown and chalice seized by British forces during the Battle of Maqdala in 1868 after troops ransacked the fortress of Emperor Tewodros II. The items were sold to raise money for the British military and were first exhibited in 1872.

Crown, probably made in Gondar, Ethiopia, around 1740 © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

The V&A announced in February it was staging an exhibition with the looted treasure, reigniting the diplomatic row. Addis Ababa first requested the artefacts back in 2007, according to Ethiopian Minister of Culture and Tourism Hirut Woldemariam.

Tristram Hunt, director of the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A), says the exhibition was organized in consultation with the Ethiopian community in London and remains “committed to continuing the important and wide-ranging dialogue with colleagues at the Ethiopian Embassy in London.”

The issue remains a bone of contention between the two nations, as commentators from both sides outlined to RT.

British broadcaster Jon Gaunt pointed to Iraq and Syria where antiquities have been looted by ISIS, suggesting unstable nations like Ethiopia can not be tasked with looking after their own treasures.

This argument was refuted by Ethiopian political commentator Awol Allo, blasting it as “condescending” and a “colonial narrative.” Allo said people should be able to visit Ethiopia and see the national treasures there.

Selected Comments:

I would punch that brit right between its beard and his eyes. These are thief eyes, on what ground is UK entitled to keep stolen goods. Oh, it was 200 years ago, but as everybody know stolen goods are still stolen, even after 2000 years, so they should be returned with apologies.

The British looted & stolen many things from Poor countries around the world & now they must return to the real owners.

The British museums would be empty if they decide to gave back artefacts. What about all the Great British Countryside Mansions paid for by African Slaves blood.

So, would Britain feel the same way if Ethiopia had important looted British historical artifacts on display in an Ethiopian museum? I think not. Looted history should be returned to the owners when at all possible. Theft is theft..time does not turn a theft into a legal transfer by virtue of the thief managing to hold onto it for a few generations.

Shame on the British Empire! An ancient Christian Empire looted of its Royal regalia by a professed Christian State. They even stripped the crowns from the bodies of the Emperors in their burial vault. How would the British have felt if a group of marauding Ethiopians exhumed the body of Queen Victoria and stripped the rings from her fingers? Send the loot back now!

Unless the British create ISIS in Ethiopia in the near future, there is no terrorist in Ethiopia. Ethiopian is a peaceful country. Just give the item back without any excuse …

I have a theory the U.K. wants to put Zera Yacob, Crown Prince and heir to Haile Selassie on the Ethiopian throne. He was educated at Eton. Presumably they will then return the regalia. All part of the U.K. elite’s plan to reassert control over the Horn of Africa. Al Shabaab will fulfill a similar role in Somalia. British Empire Mk ll.

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የእህተ ማርያም ቃል ተከሰተ | በመብረቅ የታጀበቸው የማርያም መቀነት ያልታወቀ ነገር በእንግሊዝ ሰማይ ላይ ወረወረች

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on April 28, 2018

ከአራት ቀናት በፊት የእንግሊዝ ሰማይ ላይ አንድ የብዙዎችን ቀልብ የገፈፈ ይህ ተዓምር ታይቶ ነበር።

መለኮታዊ ምልክት? መለኮታዊ ጣልቃ ገብነት?

ከጥቂት ዓመታት በፊት፡ በሮም ከተማ ተተክሎ የነበረው የአክሱም ኃውልትም በመብረቅ ሲመታ ነበር ጣሊያን ሳትወድ ለኢትዮጵያ እንድትመልስ የተገደደችው።

አሁንም፡ ይህ ለእንግሊዝና አባሪዎቿ የተሰጠ ማስጠንቀቂያ ነው፤ “ የሠረቅሺውን ንብረቷን ሁሉ መልሺ፣ ኢትዮጵያን መተናኮሉን አቁሚ፣ በቃሽ!” እየተባለች ነው።

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Red Sun Phenomenon ‘Caused by Hurricane Ophelia’

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on October 16, 2017

An “unusual” reddish sky and red-looking sun have been reported across many parts of England.

The phenomenon was initially seen in the west of England and Wales before spreading to other areas.

BBC weather presenter Simon King said it was due to the remnants of Hurricane Ophelia dragging in tropical air and dust from the Sahara.

He added that debris from forest fires in Portugal and Spain was also playing a part.

The dust has caused shorter wavelength blue light to be scattered, making it appear red.

Meanwhile, hundreds took to Twitter to share their theories and snaps of the unusual red sun and yellow skies.

Using the hashtags #redsun and #ophelia, pictures were posted with earnest tags insisting that: “There is NO colour correction on this image”.

As the skies turned beige over London, Hugh Bennett‏ wondered if: “This is what it must have been like living in the olden days when everything was sepia”, while James McNicholas‏ blamed “the hipsters” for putting “an Instagram filter” on the city.

‘Freaking us out’

But trending alongside #redsun, #yellowsky and #orangesky was the hashtag #apocalypse.

Like many Ben Shephard posted that: “Not messing around this light is really freaking us out!”, while Henry Tudor, said: “This weird light is very disturbing. I keep expecting four blokes on horses to home galloping out of the sky.”

Elliot Wagland said: “I just looked out of the window and it appears the world is about to end”, and Archer Hampson‏ said: “Somebody said we should head outside because the world was ending. We thought we’d take our cameras.”

Louise Lucas, meanwhile, wanted to know if she had missed the memo “about going home early due to #apocalypse?!” and Anthony Court posted that‏: “If the world does end -please could it be before 10pm tonight when I start my nightshift.”

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Britain’s Martian sky:

Hurricane Ophelia creates ghostly red phenomenon as Saharan dust and debris from Spanish forest fires are carried on 80mph winds across the Atlantic

Britain was cast in an eerie Martian gloom as Saharan dust whipped across the Atlantic by Hurricane Ophelia shrouded the sun turning skies over the nation red. The storm is believed to have picked up dust from North Africa and debris from forest fires in Spain and Portugal as it travelled towards the UK. Skies over London have been covered in a murky orange haze as the desert dust mixes with clouds, offering residents in the capital a stark contrast to the grey that usually greets them at this time of year.

Jesus. Said. Luke 21:10-11 Then said he unto them, Nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: 11 And great earthquakes shall be in divers places, and famines, and pestilences; and fearful sights and great signs shall there be from heaven.

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No Light This Christmas in Luton, England

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on December 18, 2015

WELCOME TO ENGLAND’S MUSLIM EXTREMISM CAPITAL: BURY PARK, LUTON

The Islamization of England: Bury Park. “The location is England, the buildings are English, but the culture is all very alien, hostile and unwilling to assimilate.”

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I first visited Luton nearly 25 years ago when Luton Town Football Club were in Division One, the top flight of English football. Luton were an established first division team back then and had won their first and only major honour, the League Cup in 1988. In the quarter of a century since then, Luton have had a few ups but mainly downs, and nowadays they play in League Two – the fourth tier of the English game.

Luton Town FC’s downturn in fortunes in some ways echoes the fall of grace of the surrounding Bury Park area, that their Kenilworth Road ground is situated.

Bury Park is a five minute walk from Luton town centre and within, it certainly feels as though this is a parallel community. Decades of uncontrolled and needless Muslim immigration from the Indian subcontinent has transformed a once modest, proud tight knit community, beyond all recognition.

After several visits to Bury Park over the years I have noticed the area becoming gradually more and more Muslim dominated and self-segregated from the mainstream community found elsewhere in Luton. Indeed “Multiculturalism in Bury Park now seems to mean a Muslim from Pakistan living side-by-side with a Muslim from Bangladesh, not white living next to black and brown.

About one-fifth of Luton’s population is now Muslim and in Bury Park, ethnic cleansing of non-Muslims has occurred due to intimidation. For example, in an 18-month period “30 non-Muslim homes in the area have also been attacked. One white couple in their 80s had bricks – and, on one occasion, a lump of concrete – hurled through their front window. A West Indian woman in her 70s was watching television when a metal beer keg crashed through her bay window.

Bury Park and Luton in general has gone beyond a place where Muslims hold conservative values and has become synonymous with Islamic radicalisation and terrorism. Even Luton Central Mosque’s president admits Luton has become a ‘Hotbed of Extremism’ and in the eye-opening ‘My hometown fanatics’ documentary, reporter Stacey Dooley did an excellent job investigating why her hometown of Luton is known as ‘the extremist capital of Britain’.

Protests by Muslim groups have included pelting the unelected female Muslim politician Baroness Warsi with eggs while she was walking around Bury Park for ‘not being Muslim enough’ and ‘not representing Islam’ (see here). Or when thousands of grateful locals turned out in Luton town centre for a homecoming parade by British soldiers and were left shocked and dismayed when Muslims became abusive.

Beyond the childish tantrums however, there are numerous hate preachers, terrorism and suicide bombing links to Luton. The 7/7 London bombers met up in the town before their suicide missions and caught the train from Luton to London.

Things have gotten so bad for the non-Muslim population that the ‘United People of Luton’ (see video of their first demo here) movement was formed and that would quickly evolve into the nationwide ‘English Defence League’.

Therefore I was a little apprehensive about entering Bury Park for the purpose of taking photos and notes. I had initially decided to take some photos of just the buildings; however I did throw some caution to the wind and managed to get a few people in some of the pictures.

The first Islamic building I saw was the ‘Bury Park Jamie Masjid’ on Bury Park Road (pictured at the top), with elderly men dressed as though they were in downtown Islamabad entering the mosque.

However the Bury Park URC Church which was a stone’s throw away aptly had plastic protecting its windows, to prevent any damage if real stones got thrown.

On the junction of Bury Park Road and Cromwell Road was the scene below. A burqa-clad woman (presumably a female is in there?), a ‘Mo Ansar doppelgänger’ with his children, school kids on the way to a madrasa for Islamic doctrination and a halal delivery lorry. The location is England, the buildings are English, but the culture is all very alien, hostile and unwilling to assimilate.

I cannot recall seeing any Muslim women or indeed Muslim schoolgirls in Bury Park that were not wearing a hijab. I did not see any hijabs when I first visited Luton but like many other English towns and cities it has become the norm, like an act of defiance.

Pictured below is a woman wearing a niqab, a garment that was a common sight in Bury Park. Maybe an advert for niqabs could have the slogan; ‘Get the Bury Park look’? She may have been born and raised in England but it is clear what culture she favours and she doesn’t want to integrate with other cultures.

It is somewhat of a surprise that Christian places of worship still exist in Bury Park. Pictured below is a small church with the intimidating dome and minaret of Luton Central Mosque looming in the background.

On the exterior of the Luton Central Mosque pictured below is the Muslim ‘Shahada’; “There is no God but Allah, and Muhammad is his messenger.” A chilling message of conquest and superiority on a building that looks intimidating.

Bury Park really is a parallel community in every sense that has shops not just for ‘Asian’ culture but specifically for anything and everything relating to Islamic culture. Everything is halal here, all shops and businesses cater for this market.

An unexpected surprise was this public weapons disposal bin on Dunstable Road, Bury Park. Is this is Islamic culture or not? Well to be honest this is the first time I have ever seen one and its presence speaks volumes for the area.

I had finished my brief tour of Bury Park and continued my walk further up Dunstable Road where a woman with a baby in a pushchair stopped me and asked with an African accent: “I have just moved here from London. What number do I ring if I have to contact the police?” I was taken aback that of all the people she could have asked it was me, bearing in mind the purpose of me being there! I informed her to dial 999 for an emergency and 101 for a non-emergency – just like anywhere in the country. After visiting nearby Dunstable and returned through Bury Park in the dark, I thought of that lady again, and whether she was showing common sense or considerable foresight? Either way she was certainly braver than me living there.

I live in an area that has a large Pakistani Muslim population but Bury Park definitely felt as though it was a ‘Muslim area’, so far removed from the mainstream that it now could not return even if it wanted to. All this has happened in less than 50 years. It didn’t take long, did it?

There are many areas of English towns and cities that are on the way to becoming like Bury Park and there is seemingly not much we can do about it. A lost battle thanks to failed multiculturalism policies, political correctness and sheer demographics due to massimmigration and sky high birth rates.

Like Luton Town Football Club’s periods of relative success, its Bury Park neighbourhood would have once been a safe, peaceful haven for its residents. Now it is an unwelcoming, self-segregated Pakistani/Bangladeshi ghetto where Islamic extremism is rampant. Who wins? Not the people who welcomed them into their community, that’s for sure.

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Did Michelle Obama Not See The Irony in Delivering a Speech on Female Emancipation to a School Full of Girls in Headscarves?

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 19, 2015

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“This stunt was just another self-serving gimmick, right up there with Michelle’s flippant, doomed-to-failure hashtag internet campaign to free the 200 girls kidnapped in Nigeria by the Islamist barbarians, Boko Haram

and her husband talks about “Gun Control” while “his black brothers” are gunned down everywhere, every other day, because of their skin color. What a disgraceful place this world has become!

— Michelle Obama paid visit to the Mulberry School for Girls, Tower Hamlets

— More than 90% of pupils are Muslim from mainly Bangladeshi background

— And majority have no option but to wear headscarves and long robes

— But still it was chosen as the site for the First Lady’s speech on equality 

Of all the schools in all the towns in all the world, why did Michelle Obama visit a girls’ school in the Islamic Republic of Tower Hamlets this week?

She says it was her own choice to make a speech on education at the Mulberry School for Girls. But was it?

I doubt the First Lady had ever heard of the school before this trip, and probably couldn’t point to Tower Hamlets on a map. My guess is that the venue was chosen deliberately by the Department for Education to showcase our new, rigorously enforced State religion: ‘Celebrating Diversity’.

Actually, if that was what they intended, they couldn’t have chosen a worse example. The Mulberry School is probably one of the least diverse schools in Britain. And that includes Eton.

More than 90 per cent of the pupils are Muslim, from a predominantly Bangladeshi background. That make-up pretty much reflects the demography of the surrounding area.

Tower Hamlets, in East London, isn’t so much multicultural, it’s virtually a monoculture. The local council, under its recently deposed Muslim mayor, Lutfur Rahman, has been a by-word for Third World-style corruption and vote-rigging.

There are more burkas on the streets of Limehouse than there are in Lahore. So it wasn’t surprising to see the vast majority of the girls photographed with Mrs Obama wearing the now familiar headscarfs and long robes insisted upon by the more devout adherents of Islam.

Did the First Lady not appreciate the contradictions inherent in delivering a speech on female emancipation and education in front of an audience which could have been transported direct from Saudi Arabia?

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The pupils have no option other than to wear the restrictive clothes imposed upon them by their parents and their religious leaders.

It was bizarre, to say the least, to watch the wife of the President of the United States preaching equality to a single-sex audience dressed from head to toe in what most of us would consider to be a symbol of separatism, female oppression and a rejection of Western democratic values.

While we’re at it, what was she doing there in the first place? Surely her remarks would have been more appropriate in Riyadh or some other outpost of fundamentalist Islam. And it’s not as if America has an exemplary record of educational equality, especially in the inner cities.

Perhaps Mrs Obama should have taken her message not to the Mulberry School but to the male elders at the nearest mosque. That’s if they’d let her in.

If ‘celebrating diversity’ was the point of this visit, the DfE could have found dozens of other, more suitable schools. There are 270 different nationalities living in London and most playgrounds look like a United Colors of Benetton advert. So why choose one where the pupils are all wearing identical, ultra-religious uniforms?

One of the most disturbing reports I’ve read recently came from a Government quango which said that decades of successful integration in Britain has now gone into reverse.

Perhaps Mrs Obama should have taken her message not to the Mulberry School but to the male elders at the nearest mosque. That’s if they’d let her in.

If ‘celebrating diversity’ was the point of this visit, the DfE could have found dozens of other, more suitable schools. There are 270 different nationalities living in London and most playgrounds look like a United Colors of Benetton advert. So why choose one where the pupils are all wearing identical, ultra-religious uniforms?

One of the most disturbing reports I’ve read recently came from a Government quango which said that decades of successful integration in Britain has now gone into reverse.

Enthusiasm for faith schools was one reason singled out. But the creeping Islamification of some areas, complete with de facto Sharia law, certainly hasn’t helped, either.

This is leading to segregation and separate development, and helps create the conditions under which isolated young Muslim men and women are susceptible to extremist interpretations of Islam, and can be attracted to become cannon fodder for terrorist groups.

I believe there is always an agenda and it normally is not an agenda that everyday Americans support. It’s a rogue office doing its own things while most Americans watch ashamed and shaking their heads.

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Act of God? Crucifixion Cross for Jesus Christ Blown Down on Exeter Cathedral Green

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on April 2, 2015

Crucifixion crossIt may have been a divine act, or perhaps the result of soft ground.

A wooden cross installed on Exeter’s Cathedral Green for a re-enactment of Jesus Christ’s crucifixion has been blown over.

The central cross of three erected on the grass for the Good Friday Passion play came down in gale-force conditions on Monday night.

The concrete footing of the structure also cracked as it tumbled to the ground.

Adrian Jackson, 40, who is directing the Walk of Witness, said the cast and crew were looking forward to “sharing the Easter story” – despite having a few problems to solve beforehand.

It’s been quite intense this year, but also fun,” he said.

Hundreds of people are expected to watch the annual dramatisation of Christ’s death and resurrection.

Mr Jackson said: “It’s a good opportunity to tell the complete story in a public place. Many people don’t fully understand that story, so it’s a good chance for them to realise why we celebrate Easter.”

A ‘service of unity’ will take place in Exeter Cathedral at 10am – enabling people to worship and hear a Christian message – before the Biblical scenes unfold outside.

The main action will take place on the green and a procession will go down the High Street.

Hot cross buns will be handed-out after the play.

Members of various interdenominational churches in the city are working together to stage the play.

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Libyan Troops Go Wild in England

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on November 8, 2014

What a stupid Country and people we have become. How can you expect people to follow our law and customs when we turn every corner of our own Country into something resembing the middle East. If we worried about our own people as much as we do the rest of the World we would be so much better off. Sending them home? Bet the Human Rights Lawyers are queuing up outside to help them stay here.

They were supposed to be the ‘new’ Libyan army. Instead they allegedly went crazy in the streets of Cambridge, assaulting strangers and brutally raping one young man.

LONDON, England — The mantra that we need to train the forces of friendly governments and, for that matter, rebel groups, may have become a staple of every 21st century Western intervention in the Middle East, but sometimes things just go wrong. Really wrong.

A new generation of the Libyan army was supposed to be trained in the West as part of international efforts to rebuild the country after the ouster of Muammar Gaddafi. Hand-picked recruits were invited to rural England for basic infantry and junior command training.

On Tuesday, however, the British Ministry of Defense announced that all 300 trainees would be sent home early after a string of sexual assaults were perpetrated against the residents of Cambridgeshire, culminating in the alleged gang rape of a young man.

Britain had pledged to train 2,000 Libyan recruits in total, but that commitment is now under review.

Libyan Army cadets stationed at Bassingbourn barracks are alleged to have left the military camp on raids into the nearby university town of Cambridge, where a spate of sexual attacks were reported on the cobbled streets around the ancient college buildings.

Two of the recruits have admitted to two sexual assaults and a bicycle theft in Market Square right at the center of the old town. They also pleaded guilty to threatening a police office. Another cadet, aged 18, has been charged with three sexual assaults.

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“Christians Are Liers – They Must Convert, Pay Special Tax or Leave

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on July 19, 2014

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Thousands of Iraqi Christians pour out of Mosul (NINEVEH) after ISIS jihadis give them deadline to convert, pay or face death
 
  • ISIS told Christians they must convert, pay special tax or leave Mosul, Iraq

  • If they did not, there would be ‘nothing for them but the sword’, it declared

  • Deadline of noon (9am GMT) today was relayed by mosques in the region

  • Christians have now joined Shiite and other refugees in nearby Kurdistan

  • Chaldean patriarch: ‘For first time in history, Mosul is empty of Christians’

  • Militants enforcing an extreme Islamic law launched offensive on June 9

 
Thousands of Iraqi Christians today poured out of Mosul after ISIS jihadis gave them an ultimatum – convert, pay or face death.
 
The Islamic State terror group declared that Christians must either convert to Islam, pay a special tax or leave the city, around 250 miles north-west of Baghdad.
 
If they did not do so by noon (9am GMT) today, there would be ‘nothing for them but the sword’, it said.
 
As militants attempted to break government defences in strategic areas and edge closer to Baghdad, Christians fled to join hundreds of thousands of Shiite and other refugees in the neighboring autonomous region of Kurdistan.
 
Their escape to the safety coincided with the expected homecoming of Iraq’s Kurdish president, Jalal Talabani, after 18 months of medical treatment in Germany.
 
Chaldean patriarch Louis Sako, who heads Iraq’s largest Christian community, said the terrifying ultimatum had been relayed by mosques in ISIS-controlled Mosul.
 
He told AFP: ‘Christian families are on their way to Dohuk and Arbil [in Kurdistan]. For the first time in the history of Iraq, Mosul is now empty of Christians.’
 
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Trojan Horse Pupils: Christians Lie and Wives Must Have Sex or Go to Hell

 
Inquiry commissioned by Birmingham City Council reveals details of religious extremism in 13 schools
 
Children were taught that all Christians are liars and attempts were made to introduce Sharia law in classrooms as part of an alleged ‘Trojan Horse’ takeover plot of Birmingham schools, an inquiry has found.
 
The inquiry commissioned by Birmingham City Council found evidence of religious extremism in 13 schools as school governors and teachers tried to promote and enforce radical Islamic values.
 
Schools put up posters warning children that if they didn’t pray they would “go to hell”, Christmas was cancelled and girls were taught that women who refused to have sex with their husbands would be “punished” by angels “from dusk to dawn”.
 
The report found that the extremism went unchecked because the council “disastrously” prioritised community cohesion over “doing what is right”.
 
It concluded that there was a “determined effort” by “manipulative” governors to introduce “unacceptable” practices, “undermine” head teachers and deny students a broad and balanced education.
 
A detailed summary of evidence suggested that there was an attempt to introduce Sharia law at the Al-Fuqan school, and when a woman was recommended for a job on individual suggested a “man with a beard” was needed.
 
At the Golden Hillock School a teacher allegedly told children at an assembley “not to listen to Christians as they were all liars”. The incident was referred to counter-terrorism police. One teacher at the school also reportedly told children they were “lucky to be Muslims and not ignorant like Christians and Jews.”
 
At Nansen School the study of French was replaced by the study of Arabic and Islamic religious assemblies were reinstated. Christmas and Diwali celebrations were councils, and children were not allowed to use a doll to represent Jesus in a nativity play. A total of 28 female teaching assistants were dismissed.
 
At the Oldknow academy, children were told at an assembly that they should not send Christmas cards and that Mary was not the mother of Jesus. Children were asked whether they believed in Christmas and encouraged to chant “no we don’t”.
 
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The Little Prince: “All Grown-ups Were Once Children – But Only Few of Them Remember It”

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on July 25, 2013

My Note: If we somehow try to connect the following two fascinating stories we might find out why those to whom the physical presence of a reigning monarch has a relevant symbolic meaning have succeeded in ending a 3,000-year-old monarchy, and replaced it with a brutal regime that destroyed hundreds of thousands of lives, including that of “The Last Emperors’” who was crowned in 1930 at the Cathedral of St. George in Addis Ababa

The Stolen Ethiopian Prince Buried in Windsor

PrinceAlemayehu2His story has been written by the victors of the Battle of Magdala, but is the truth inhumed beneath the battleground? There’s an Ethiopian prince buried in Windsor Castle at St Georges Chapel. He still can’t get home He died in 1879 and is said to be Queen Victoria’s favorite prince. He is HIH Prince Alemayhu of Ethiopia son of King Tewdros II pictured on left. His tragic life is my chosen subject on BBC radio 4’s Great Lives. My quest into his life begins with his death.

As one taken from his family through deception by the British government I have an interest in Prince Alemayhu. When I discovered him I can’t admit that I wasn’t excited to find a kindred spirit. Like his my childhood is documented by the British government who refused to return me to my Ethiopian mother and hid the letters of her pleading for my return. Not an hundred years earlier government refused to return Prince Alemayhu and, after his death it came to light, they’d hid such letters from him.

The narrative established for me was that my Ethiopian mother and family didn’t want me. Effectively the same narrative was established for the prince. Both were proven to be untrue. I have utilised my life to prove my case. Prince Alemayhu didn’t have that opportunity. To the story. His father The King of Ethiopia committed suicide as the British troops descended upon his castle atop a hill in Magdala. The British army then took his son Prince Aleymahu – he was seven years of age – from Ethiopia to England.

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Prince George of Cambridge: is a Jew (Lion of Judah) destined to ascend the Throne?

There was some intriguing correspondence last month in The Times (15 June 2013) concerning the family tree of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge. Former BBC court correspondent Michael Cole suggested that her genealogy evidences a very significant strand of DNA which places this new third-in-line to the British Throne in direct succession not only to William the Conqueror, but also to the Throne of Israel and the Sceptre of Judah.

All of this means that Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, is a Jew on her matriarchal side. Ergo, Prince George of Cambridge is a Jew according to Jewish religious custom and law.

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