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Saudi Barbaria Beheads an Ethiopian Woman on The Day of The Cross

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on September 28, 2016

Saudi Arabia Beheads Ethiopian woman accused of killing seven-year-old girl

Saudi Arabia has executed an Ethiopian woman convicted of killing a Saudi girl. It is believed Zamzam Abdullah Boric cut the seven-year-old’s throat and left the girl bleeding to death in the bathroom, news agency AFP quoted the Saudi interior ministry as saying.

The motive behind the murder was not clear. Boric’s age and profession were not disclosed.

The kingdom has a long history of executions of foreign workers, often accused of killing their employers.

In December 2013, Saudi Arabia sentenced to death an Ethiopian woman accused of killing the six-year-old daughter of her employer. The 26-year-old woman, who worked as a housemaid, was arrested shortly after killing the girl.

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My Note: The enemies of Christ often choose Christian Holidays and Sundays in making sacrifice to their idol gods – and most of those barbaric executions in the Saudi Serfdom are carried out by beheading with a sword.

On Monday, September 26, Ethiopians were celebrating one of their dearest Holidays, Meskel. There are two occasions on Meskel. The first is Demera (September 26). On the next day of Demera comes the Meskel festivity. It’s also on this very day that Saudi agent, Hildabeast bewitched Donald Trump during the debate. Remember

The timing for beheading of the Ethiopian Lady and others by the Saudi barbarians is not accidental.

On September 11, 2001, on Ethiopia’s New Year’s Day, they crossed the Red Sea, traveled 6000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean to sacrifice 3000 Americans in New York.

There are many unregistered and unreported human rights violations and cruelties in this beastly Serfdom.

Here are some of the “reported” news:

  • Wednesday, 09 May 2007 (St. Mary/ Lideta Maryam) : Saudi Barabaria beheads Ethiopian woman convicted of murdering Egyptian man

Saudi Barbarians Kill an Ethiopian Christian Tear off His Crucifix – And Shout at Him „The Dog is Dead

Islamic Hate for the Christian Cross

Last May in Italy, a Muslim boy of African origin beat a 12-year-old girl during school because she was wearing a crucifix around her neck. The African schoolboy, who had only started to attend the school approximately three weeks earlier, began to bully the Christian girl—“insulting her and picking on her in other ways all because she was wearing the crucifix”—before he finally “punched the girl violently in the back.”

What is it about the Christian cross that makes some Muslims react this way?

Muslims in Pakistan burn cross

The fact is, Islamic hostility to the cross is an unwavering fact of life—one that crosses continents and centuries; one that is very much indicative of Islam’s innate hostility to Christianity.

Doctrine and History

Because the Christian cross is the quintessential symbol of Christianity—for all denominations, including most forms of otherwise iconoclastic Protestantism—it has been a despised symbol in Islam.

According to the Conditions of Omar—a Medieval text which lays out the many humiliating stipulations conquered Christians must embrace to preserve their lives and which Islamic history attributes to the second “righteous caliph,” Omar al-Khattab—Christians are “Not to display a cross [on churches]… and “Not to produce a cross or [Christian] book in the markets of the Muslims.”

The reason for this animosity is that the cross symbolizes the fundamental disagreement between Christians and Muslims. According to Dr. Sidney Griffith, author of The Church in the Shadow of the Mosque, “The cross and the icons publicly declared those very points of Christian faith which the Koran, in the Muslim view, explicitly denied: that Christ was the Son of God and that he died on the cross.” Thus “the Christian practice of venerating the cross and the icons of Christ and the saints often aroused the disdain of Muslims,” so that there was an ongoing “campaign to erase the public symbols of Christianity, especially the previously ubiquitous sign of the cross.”

Islam’s hostility to the cross, like all of Islam’s hostilities, begins with the Muslim prophet Muhammad. He reportedly “had such a repugnance to the form of the cross that he broke everything brought into his house with its figure upon it.” He once ordered someone wearing a cross to “take off that piece of idolatry” and claimed that at the end times Jesus himself would make it a point to “break the cross”—an assertion the Islamic State regularly makes.

Islamic history following Muhammad is riddled with anecdotes of Muslims cursing and breaking crosses. Prior to the Battle of Yarmuk in 636, which pitted the earliest invading Muslim armies against the Byzantine Empire, Khalid bin al-Walid, the savage “Sword of Allah,” told the Christians that if they wanted peace they must “break the cross” and embrace Islam, or pay jizya and live in subjugation—just as his Islamic State successors are doing today in direct emulation. The Byzantines opted for war.

In Egypt, Saladin (d. 1193)—regularly touted in the West for his “magnanimity”—ordered “the removal of every cross from atop the dome of every church in the provinces of Egypt,” in the words of The History of the Patriarchate of the Egyptian Church.

Europe: Growing Violence against the Cross

Centuries later, not much has changed concerning Islam’s position towards the cross, though much has changed in Western perceptions. In other words, an African boy punching a Christian girl in Italy for her crucifix is part of a long continuum of Islamic hostility for the cross. Perhaps he learned this hatred in mosque—the same European mosques where Islamic State representatives call Muslims to jihad?

After all, earlier this year in Italy, another crucifix was destroyed in close proximity to a populated mosque. The municipality’s Councilor, Giuseppe Berlin, did not mince words concerning the identity of the culprit(s):

Before we put a show of unity with Muslims, let’s have them begin by respecting our civilization and our culture. We shouldn’t minimize the importance of certain signals; we must wake up now or our children will suffer the consequences of this dangerous and uncontrolled Islamic invasion.

Nor is Italy the only European nation experiencing this phenomenon. In neighboring France, a “young Muslim” committed major acts of vandalism at two churches. Along with twisting a massive bronze cross, he overturned and broke two altars, the candelabras and lecterns, destroyed statues, tore down a tabernacle, smashed in a sacristy door and even broke some stained-glass windows. (Click for images.)

And in Germany, a Turkish man who checked himself into a hospital for treatment went into a sudden frenzy because there were “too many crosses on the wall.” He called the nurse a “bitch” and “fascist” and became physically aggressive.

Of course, other times Europeans willingly capitulate to Islamic hostility for the cross. Real Madrid, a professional football (soccer) team in Spain reportedly stripped the traditional Christian cross from its club crest as part of a deal with the National Bank of Abu Dhabi—“so as not to offend Muslim sensibilities in the United Arab Emirates.” And in the United Kingdom, offensive crucifixes are being removed from prisons in order not to offend Muslim inmates (who are further provided with food baths for Islamic rituals).

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Some comments:

I for one am sick of being nice to these savages. What a shame that Europe has lost its faith. I celebrate the crusades and the brave French Knights that took the fight to the enemies of God. If only we could rekindle that crusader spirit and once again take the fight to the enemy. Instead we sit by while Christians are murdered and tortured all over the Muslim world. And then like fools we invite this disgusting vile faith to take root in our own countries. Our children and grandchildren will curse our memories as they are forced to submit to this medieval death cult.„

Islam is satanic at its very core and is satan’s religion. Muslims hate the cross because satan hates the cross. They do what their father the devil does. The cross of Christ is satan’s doom and he knows it!

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Toronto: The Ethiopian Woman Behind The Wheel

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on October 17, 2013

My note: A couple of weeks ago, I was pleasantly surprised to spot a young lady rolling a twelve-seater minibus cab through one of the congested streets of Addis Abeba, for the very first time . I said, respect!

TorontoCab2On Toronto streets, a taxi cab is never far out of sight. But try spotting a woman in the driver’s seat. ‘Torontoist’ spoke to two women who make their living behind the wheel.

In this city of taxicabs—4,849 are officially registered with the City of Toronto—only a handful of its cab drivers are women. No official statistics were available, but the number of women drivers is well under ten, according to word-of-mouth estimates. There are safety risks inherent in the profession, but more than that, it’s a culture that’s been carved out by male drivers. Some women cite fear of assault; others, alienation. Regardless of the complex and overlapping barriers, women have yet to move into the industry in large numbers. But some have. We spoke with two women cab drivers recently about their experience as the exceptions, and about where they think women fit within the industry.

Driver: Etsehiwot Ejigu

Age: 38

Years driving a taxi: Five

Torontoist: You’ve never had an altercation, or a close call?

Etsehiwot:

“No, nobody. Somebody hit me? No. Because I am smart. And they might try to, but they forget because I talk too much. And when you are a lady, everybody says, “Oh my gosh, you’re a lady!” They’re surprised to see me, you know? Some say, “Oh, you’re a driver? Is this your husband’s car?” No. I do not drive my husband’s car; this is my car. Always they’re surprised, not to attack you, they’re surprised.”

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UAE: Urgent Help for Azeb Abebe

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on July 25, 2012

My note: I found the following sad story about the fate of an Ethiopian sister in the UAE. I don’t know whether the narrative is authentic and truthful. It’s very hard to believe anything from that part of the world. The sponsor of Azeb is an Indian. We’ll know the truth soon.

May The Lord give her the protection she desperately needs!

At around 6.20 am, I was jolted out of my sleep with a loud explosion. Not like anything I’d heard in real life ever. The sound was deafening like the one you see in a war movie. Like something blew up into bits.

And within seconds, there were screams. I didn’t know if it was one person or many people screaming. I quickly jumped out of bed and looked out the window thinking…..actually thinking nothing! Still dazed I really did not know what to think. Just then people from across the street started shouting and pointing towards our house in the general direction of my kitchen.

That’s when I realized the explosion was in my house and the screams where from someone from my house!

My first thought was my wife and daughter. I ran downstairs towards their room and saw my wife running towards the main door with a blanket in her hand. She was OK and so was Zainab. I ran after her and saw a sight like never before. Standing on the main door was my maid, burning in flames from head to toe. She was on fire. We put a blanket around her and defused the flames. The less I describe about how she looked, the better. My mom and wife were both holding her and made her sit on a chair. Flames were put off by then. But just touching to console her burnt my mom’s fingers.

I called 999.

Next I ran towards the blast scene. My house has two entrances. The main door in the front and there is one more door on the side, through the pantry. The kitchen is located outside the house. To go there, we need to step out through the pantry door and take a few steps. The moment I looked out the pantry door, I was shell-shocked. Smoke everywhere. Glass scattered. Kitchen was on fire. Everything was burning. My brothers were already there. One of them disconnected the gas cylinder and threw it away from the kitchen. Due to the fire, the electricity to the whole house was tripped. We could not get the water motor going. Meaning there was no water in the tap or pipe. Thankfully, there were a few 20 liters drinking water bottles. We quickly opened them and started spraying water everywhere.

Within minutes the fire brigade arrived and took over the scene.

Ambulance came a few minutes later. They started working on my maid. Gave her emergency first aid and quickly took her away.

We waited till the police completed the formalities. Forensics arrived to the scene an hour later to determine the cause of fire. After scrambling through the debris, they finally managed to find the cause. There was a leak in the gas pipe. Probably started sometime the night before. The door, window and exhaust fan was closed overnight. So the kitchen had become a literal gas chamber. As soon as she went in and ‘probably’ turned on the stove, it blew up. The intensity of the blast was so severe that 2-3 cm glass pieces from the window pierced into the concrete walls of my house. Despite our best attempts, those pieces are not coming out.

My brother went to the hospital while me and my other brother went to the police station to give our statements and finish the police report.

At the hospital, the doctor’s diagnosis was even scarier – “81% 2nd and 3rd degree burns. Patient is very critical. We have sedated her and put her on life support”. They are giving medication to keep her blood pressure up and heart pumping. She is in the ICU Burn Ward and doctors have given a very low probability of survival. Several surgeries need to be done, first one today. This is to release blood flow in her arms and abdomen. Pressure buildup has resulted in blockages in different parts of her body. Her entire body is bandaged except her face which is also completely burnt but they’ve not bandaged it.

Her name is Azeb Abebe. She is a 25 yr old Ethiopian lady with a 4 yr old son back in Ethiopia. Her mother is partially disabled with 1 healthy leg and her father is terminally ill. She has been working with my family for the last 9 months. We recruited her through a local manpower agency. Her paperwork is fine and she was working with us legally. We were so impressed with her work that within 3 months of working with us, we gave her a raise. She had adapted to an Indian household very well and was now cooking food better than us. Her room is fully furnished with all amenities. And we have taken very good care of her. She is a very warm hearted, modest and honest person. In 9 months of employment, we never had to question her about missing things. She was well behaved and very nice with our kids. There is a bible in Ethiopian language at her bedside.

And thus it hurts more to see a good woman so close to the doors of death. As her sponsor and employer, we will do whatever it takes to give her all medication attention. Her family has been informed about the mishap. We have also informed the Ethiopian Consulate about the accident.

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Ethiopia Bans Citizens from Jobs in The UAE

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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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