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Ethiopia – Lebanon Conspiracy Timeline

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on March 16, 2012

  • 2008: The Ethiopian government banned maids going to Lebanon and many have stopped going anyway after hearing many horrifying stories

  • January 2010: An Ethiopian Airline plane was shot down near Beirut Interantional Airport killing 90 people. This airport is controlled by the terrorist organization Hizbollah. Hezbollah has installed dozens of its own run cameras all over the airport and closely monitors around the clock offices, corridors, waiting halls, runways, control tower, entrances, exits, stores etc

  • January 18, 2012: Lebanon blamed pilot error for Ethiopian Airlines crash

  • February 16, 2012: The Lebanese authorities have revealed that the source of the jamming of Arabsat satellite is Ethiopia

  • March 7, 2012: The Lebanese Help

    The film and the book, The Help, had caught its fair share of public accolade and criticism for dealing with race and domestic workers. Merely a day before the video of Alem Dechasa’s beating came out, I read a comment from a Lebanese, Eelie on abuse and racism against domestic workers and making parallels with the famous book

  • March 8, 2012 – International Women’s Day: Incredibly disturbing video footage of Lebanese men beating Alem Dechasa in broad daylight surfaced, eliciting shocked condemnations from around the world

  • March 14, 2012: They killed our poor sister, Alem Dechasa, at a Beirut hospital

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Poor Weather Wasn’t a Factor to 2010 Ethiopian Plane Crash

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on January 22, 2011


I wonder why this news isn’t available anymore on “Sky News” ?

Anyways, this is how they continue speculating, blaming by obviously hiding something in Lebanon:

  • The investigation’s duration have been met with silence from Lebanese authorities.

  • They said everything would end within a maximum of six months, but up to now, the investigations were not finalized.

  • Because we haven’t got anything from the Lebanese authorities, talks [on crash causes] will go one of two ways: First, [it could be due to] systemic failure from Ethiopian Airlines in terms of training, safety and piloting

  • Second, pilot error maybe played a part but there were other issues in relation to the aircraft.

  • We cannot take it any further until the report is published and we see the findings of the investigation.

  • It is also entirely foreseeable that following the accident report, if it is found that [Ethiopian Airlines] and/or Boeing is responsible, that criminal proceedings will be commenced in Lebanon against Ethiopian Airlines and Boeing.

  • Ethiopian Airlines doesn’t want to be on a blacklist and the Lebanese government wants to prove that it regulates its airspace.



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