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Mai Kadra | Eyewitness Accounts, Video Confirm Reports of Tigrayan Children Held in Brutal Concentration Camp

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on September 27, 2021

💭 ማይ ካድራ | የአይን እማኝ ዘገባዎችና ቪዲዮዎች የትግራይ ሕፃናት በማጎሪያ ካምፕ ውስጥ በጭካኔ መታጎራቸውን አረጋግጠዋል

👉 የሳተላይት ምስሎች የተረፉትን የዓይን ምስክሮች ዘገባዎች ይደግፋሉ። 😈 የኢትዮጵያ ወታደሮች ሕፃናትን ጨምሮ በሺዎች የሚቆጠሩ ተጋሩን በጭካኔ ካምፖች ውስጥ አጉረዋቸው ነበር።

Satellite Images Support Survivors’ Accounts: Ethiopian Forces Held Thousands, Including Children, in Brutal Camps

In the Tigray region of Ethiopia, beginning in November 2020, children who should have been laughing with friends and studying in school were instead locked up, crying, starving and abused in concentration camps, according to multiple eyewitness reports that have been corroborated by satellite imagery and analysis, as well as cell phone video footage smuggled out by an escapee.

Ethiopian federal forces, abetted by special forces, paramilitary groups, militia and police acting under the authority of the Amharan regional government, locked up in multiple locations hundreds of children of all ages — and even pregnant women, infants and toddlers — along with thousands of Tigrayan adults and senior citizens. These people appear to have been held in harsh conditions, systematically starved and beaten because of their ethnicity and with no judicial process or valid legal pretext. That is the definition of a concentration camp. This is a previously unreported part of an ongoing genocidal campaign led by Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed — ironically enough, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate — against various ethnic groups, including Tigrayans, Kimant, Gumuz, Ogaden (Somalis), Agew, Irob, Afar and Sidama.

This report is based on eyewitness accounts by dozens of people from five ethnic groups, including 11 former prisoners who were interviewed in four different refugee camps in eastern Sudan. Doctors have recounted their treatment of another seven former prisoners, including young children. Satellite imagery from Maxar (a space technology company based in Westminster, Colorado) and Planet Labs (an Earth imaging company based in San Francisco) corroborates these eyewitness reports. So does video footage which one former prisoner shot on his cell phone before he escaped a previously unreported concentration camp in western Tigray, located in the notorious Abbadi warehouse compound in Mai Kadra.

The cell phone footage admittedly does not conform to classic notions of what a concentration camp looks like, as in World War II films.There are no bars, guard towers, German Shepherds, barracks, searchlights or coils of razor wire. In the videos, prisoners can be seen eating popcorn, drinking coffee, teasing each other and making jokes in Tigrigna, the language of the Tigray people.

“Young children who were imprisoned and abused”

“We are seeing a generation of Tigrayan refugee children, many of whom are growing up with a sense of hopelessness,” said Dr. Mebrahtom Yehdago, 37, from Humera. He is a Tigrayan doctor and refugee in Tenedba refugee camp in eastern Sudan. “As a doctor, I feel so disturbed, sad, and angry to see these kinds of situations. These children are innocent. These are young children who were imprisoned and abused. How can we get the world to pay attention and do more to help the children?”

Dr. Mebrahtom outlines the cases of former child prisoners in concentration camps whom he has treated: four boys, ages 2, 9, 13 and 15. The two-year-old was imprisoned with his mother in the Mai Kadra concentration camp – which satellite imagery shows is in the Abbadi warehouse compound, a bit north and across the street from the police station, just as eyewitnesses reported. They were imprisoned from Nov. 14 to Nov. 27, 2020, until the mother paid their captors — the Fanu, the Amhara militia and the Amharan Regional Police — a ransom of 50,000 Ethiopian birr (about USD $1,086) for their release.

The toddler presented with physical complications, Dr. Mebrahtom said, including recurrent diarrhea, dehydration, malnutrition and pneumonia, as well as psychological issues. For example, when the boy sees a large group of people, he starts shouting and crying. His mother says he is remembering their hardship in captivity.

Their captors provided no food or water. About twice a week, according to former prisoners who escaped, Doctors Without Borders (or MSF, its French acronym) workers from Abdelrafe would distribute packets of digestive biscuits and fill two large water tanks. MSF repaired one water tank and installed another, without which the prisoners would have had only a few sinks in the bathrooms, where toilets and floors were overflowing with feces. MSF also built a new bathroom. The prisoners in Mai Kadra, like those in other concentration camps in western Tigray, survived by pilfering and roasting sesame seeds stored in the warehouses where they were held captive. This meager sustenance came from bags of seeds that the Amharan forces had looted from Tigrayan farmers and hauled to the warehouses on trailers pulled by tractors. The tractors in Mai Kadra were stolen from the Abbadis, a wealthy Tigrayan family who had owned the warehouse compound.

Satellite imagery shows tractors hooked to trailers near the compound garage. Some prisoners who had Amharan relatives or friends, and who could get money brought to them, paid bribes to Amharan militia guards. In exchange, the guards would allow two or three small boys, around eight years old, to run to the market and return with a kind of flat bread called injera, which the prisoners would distribute.

“We are here to kill you”

Dr. Mebrahtom described the case of a 15-year-old boy, imprisoned in the same place in Mai Kadra. He is an insulin-dependent diabetic. When he asked for permission to buy insulin from a local pharmacy, his captors said, “We are not here to treat you; we are here to kill you. We are gathering the Tigrayan refugees here to kill them.” …..

Dr. Mebrahtom explains that the abuse of Tigrayan children in Mai Kadra was not unique. It was part of a pattern which the doctor has seen, and which other eyewitnesses confirmed in interviews, which also involved children locked up in various sites in the regional capital of western Tigray, Humera. For example, the doctor has treated a 9-year-old boy who had been imprisoned for four days in the old police station in Humera.

Eyewitnesses who had been incarcerated in the old police station, and who were subsequently transferred to the Yitbarak warehouse in Humera, from which they escaped, reported that the only food and water available in the station (administered by the Amhara Regional Police) was whatever the prisoners could buy and have brought in from outside. And in the Yitbarak warehouse (sometimes called the Tabarak warehouse), prisoners subsisted by pilfering sesame seeds from bags looted by the Amhara and stored in the warehouse. So this young child, like hundreds of other children and adults imprisoned in multiple locations, had to survive on handfuls of seeds and a little water, with an occasional supplement of a piece of injera or a few digestive biscuits. I asked the doctor who had arrested the 9-year-old boy, and why.

💭 Five paths to freedom

There were five paths to freedom from the Mai Kadra concentration camp:

  1. the Amharan regional government released some who paid a ransom — an illegal act of extortion which confirms that there was no valid legal purpose for holding the prisoners;
  2. they released some who claimed Amharan ancestry, which confirms that the Ethiopian government was arresting Tigrayans because of their ethnicity;
  3. after several weeks, they released some old people, sick people, pregnant women and women with young children, although one witness among the released prisoners — a woman who returned to Mai Kadra — reported that the Amharans released these Tigrayans into a deadly ambush by Eritrean soldiers allied with Ethiopia’s federal government;
  4. more than 150 Tigrayans escaped Mai Kadra over a four-day period; and
  5. some died of starvation and disease due to lack of adequate nutrition or sufficient medical care in captivity.

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Tigrayans Being Sent to Concentration Camps in Addis Ababa | ትግራዋዮች በአዲስ አበባ ወደ ማጎሪያ ካምፖች ሲወሰዱ

💭 My Note: They say, there is war in Oromia too – so, why don’t they do the same to the Oromos in Addis? The Answer is because it’s the Oromos who are the perpetrators. It’s all lies, there is no war in Oromia – there ain’t no such thing as “Eritrean soldiers in Oromia” – Evil Abiy Ahmed’s fascist regime is an Oromo one – and it’s the Oromos + the Amharas who are responsible for the #TigrayGenocide. Will the Addis Ababa residents now have a desire to show solidarity with Tigrayans against this sort of barbarity? No, they won’t! Unless the T.D.F advance towards Addis Ababa, I smell Auschwitz!

Thousands of Ethnic-Tigrayan Residents of Addis Ababa Being Marched to Mass Detention Centers.

Turning Point in Tigray | Bring This Uniquely Monstrous War Criminal to Justice

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A Horrible Sight’: CNN Investigation Reveals Evidence of Torture, Detention & Execution in Ethiopia

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on September 10, 2021

😠😠😠 😢😢😢

👉 ይህ እጅግ በጣም አሰቃቄና አሳዛኝ ዜና የፋሺስቱ ግራኝ አብዮት አህመድ አሊ ኦሮሞ አገዛዝ የአዲስ ዓመት ስጦታ “ለኢትዮጵያውያን” መሆኑ ነው! ጊዜውን ጠብቆ ልክ በ 9/11 የሃያኛው ዓመት መታሰቢያ። አይ አማራ! አይ ኦሮሞ! የስጋ ማንነታችሁና ምንነታችሁ እንዲሁም ጥላቻችሁ ለሰባ ትውልድ የሚተርፍ እዳ ውስጥ እያስገባችሁ መሆኑን እንዳታዩትና እንዳትረዱት አድርጓችኋል። እናት ኢትዮጵያን ምን ያህል ብትጠሏት ነው ሰንደቋን እያውለበለባችሁ በወገናችሁ ላይ ይህን ዓይነት ግፍ ያለማቋረጥ የምትሠሩት?! እህ ህ ህ! እግዚአብሔር ሁሉንም ነገር በቪዲዮ ቀርጾ መዝግቦታል።

#HumeraMassacre #የሑመራእልቂት

💭 አሰቃቂ እይታ ከሁመራ፤ የሲ.ኤን.ኤን ምርመራ የግርፋት ፣ የእስራት እና የግድያ ማስረጃዎችን ያሳያል።

A CNN investigation has uncovered evidence of the torture, mass detention and execution of residents in the the town of Humera in Ethiopia’s Tigray region. CNN’s Nima Elbagir reports.

💭 Selected Comments from CNN Channel:

This is horrible. I can’t wrap my brain around the amount of violence human beings are willing to inflict on each other.

The people who did this are nothing at all but rabid, cruel and most reprehensible monsters on the planet. They deserve the same fate and THEN some.

People are capable of such horrific evil …. I don’t understand why, 😓, I hope there will be some justice. These people need help. International pressure must be placed on the Ethiopian govt. I have so much respect for those people in the Tigray region trying to help bury the dead and act as witnesses to the atrocities happening to their people. Such anguish and misery for these poor people.

I am ashamed by the callously apathetic attitude of the comments below. These are our fellow human beings! Maybe we cannot save all of them but the absolute minimum owed them, as people, is to speak respectfully of them and their experiences until independent investigation finds evidence that torture and murder is NOT at work. You always assume the victim is telling the truth until evidence to the contrary is found.

This is surely the tip of the iceberg! The world is just watching it with bare eyes…

I worked in Atlanta at a Whole Foods about 15 years ago, and we had a huge population of east africans there. Ethiopians, Somalis and Yemenis. There was a huge amount of tension between one of our Ethiopian workers and the two Tigrayans, and one of the Tigrayan women told me about all sorts of hideous things she witnessed at the hands of the Ethiopian military. The oppression has been there for years, but it seems like it’s escalating

The meek shall inherit the earth. May God rest their souls.

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US warns Ethiopia of ‘Dehumanizing Rhetoric’ on Tigray – Samantha Power to NPR

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on August 6, 2021

After Ethiopia Trip, USAID Administrator Samantha Power Shares View Of Conflict.

Abiy Ahmed’s Brutal Campaign Against the People of Tigray Pushes Ethiopia to the brink.

Samantha Power Has Long Championed Humanitarian Intervention. Ethiopia’s Crisis Is Putting Her to The Test.

On the day Samantha Power landed in Ethiopia this week, its civil war — now escalating and spreading beyond the northern region of Tigray — entered its 10th month.

Amid allegations that Ethiopian troops and their allies have committed war crimes and ethnic cleansing and have driven parts of Tigray into famine, the United States has already withheld security assistance and effectively banned travel for top officials.

But Power, who is in charge of the U.S. Agency for International Development, or USAID, holds the biggest American lever of influence over Addis Ababa: more than $1 billion in annual aid ranging from health and education support to food and emergency humanitarian response, which makes the United States the largest aid donor to Ethiopia.

It’s a moment seemingly made for Power, the former U.N. ambassador under President Barack Obama who came to prominence in 2002 with her book “A Problem From Hell,” which excoriated American inaction during mass killings in Rwanda and the Balkans in the 1990s, Europe during World War II and the Ottoman Empire during World War I.

“Samantha Power is a world-renowned voice of conscience and moral clarity — challenging and rallying the international community to stand up for the dignity and humanity of all people,” President Biden said in a statement when he appointed her.

Her work inspired a generation of humanitarian activists and helped popularize the notion that Washington bore a unique responsibility to protect the world’s most vulnerable populations, including with military force if necessary.

Power’s one-day trip Wednesday to Ethiopia, which didn’t include a meeting with Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, was a test of whether she can restore faith in America’s role in preventing mass atrocities beyond its borders. So far, the U.S. measures curtailing security assistance and sanctioning officials have had little effect beyond turning Ethiopian sentiment against Washington.

“The United States has been working in Ethiopia for 60 years. USAID has spent a billion dollars in the last year in this country, including several hundred million dollars in development assistance. We’re delivering tomorrow 1.4 million vaccines,” Power said in a phone interview from the airport in Addis Ababa as she wrapped up her visit.

“There is so much we want to do together, but this is an own-goal,” she added, referring to the government’s increasingly antagonistic attitude to humanitarian aid groups, journalists and allies in the West.

Unable to control Tigray, Ethiopia isolates region already beset by famine and war

Ethiopia’s government accuses those allies of failing to back its military offensive against the Tigray People’s Liberation Front, a group the government has designated as terrorists but whom the West dealt with over three decades when the TPLF controlled the country before Abiy’s rise.

Top Ethiopian officials have also accused some international aid groups of not just siding with the TPLF but also helping smuggle arms to it, and they have alleged that Western governments and media have overplayed atrocities linked to Ethiopian government forces while overlooking those allegedly committed by the TPLF.

Addis Ababa has responded defensively to allegations that it has committed crimes against civilians and hindered aid. The government puts nearly all the blame on the TPLF.

Inside the Biden administration, the option of using military force to stop the bloodshed in Tigray is seen as a non-starter. But withdrawing substantial amounts of aid is also seen as a poor option, because it is unlikely to change the Ethiopian government’s war strategy and instead deepen what is already one of the world’s most dire humanitarian crises.

Pressed on how and when punitive measures on aid might come into play, Power said she was still in wait-and-see mode. As for what she achieved at her meetings in Addis Ababa, she said she only got more commitments.

“It’s not the kind of track record that would give one confidence yet that those commitments are imminently to be met,” she said. Her requests were in line with the State Department’s recent public statements: that humanitarian aid be unhindered in delivery and that government-aligned troops from neighboring Eritrea as well as militias from the country’s Amhara region withdraw beyond Tigray’s prewar borders.

The State Department has also called on Tigrayan forces to withdraw from the Amhara and Afar regions, where they have recently gone on the offensive, displacing around a quarter of a million civilians.

“If we do not see progress in these domains, I think the administration made clear that we will not be left with much of a choice,” she said. The European Union has already withdrawn most of its financial support for aid programs in Ethiopia.

The outlook in Ethiopia is decidedly grim. The government initially pushed the TPLF out of Tigray’s main towns, but the TPLF retook most of the region last month in an offensive that analysts say resulted in a large portion of the Ethiopian army being killed or captured.

The TPLF has since moved into neighboring regions with the stated objective of obliterating what’s left of the government and its allies’ military capacity. On Thursday, Reuters reported that the TPLF had taken control of Lalibela, a sizable town within the Amhara region and home to Ethiopia’s famed 12th-century rock-hewed churches.

The Ethiopian government has in turn sought to recruit widely from regional militias, drawing in fighters from parts of the country previously uninvolved in the conflict.

Asked at a news conference in Addis Ababa about Abiy’s recent use of words like “weeds,” “cancer” and “disease” to refer to the TPLF, Power cautioned that “there are many, many people out there who hear rhetoric, hateful rhetoric or dehumanizing rhetoric and take measures into their own hands.”

Power’s past advocacy for humanitarian intervention, including with U.S. military force, has fallen out of favor in recent years as public confidence in Washington’s ability to reshape distant lands wanes. U.S. forces will conclude a 20-year occupation in Afghanistan in September, and the military will formally end combat operations in Iraq by the end of the year, Biden said last week. The two missions have cost thousands of lives, trillions of dollars and fallen far short of U.S. ambitions to bring about stability, democracy or prosperity. The protracted chaos and bloodshed in Libya following the ouster of Moammar Gaddafi in a NATO-led military operation in 2011 also dampened the appeal of humanitarian interventions.

Defenders of the administration say its lack of bold action in confronting the Ethiopian crisis does not indicate a lack of concern.

“There is a false narrative that the Biden administration does not care about mass atrocities, fueled by its decision to risk mass violence in Afghanistan,” said Richard Gowan, a U.N. analyst at the International Crisis Group. “But if you look at Washington’s approach to Ethiopia in particular, you see that the new administration does still have strong humanitarian instincts.”

Power, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield and the U.S. special envoy for the Horn of Africa, Jeffrey Feltman, “have all thrown themselves into efforts to halt the Tigrayan war, which hardly seemed to register with the outgoing Trump team,” Gowan said.

Thomas-Greenfield took to Twitter on Wednesday to denounce the Ethiopian government’s decision this week to revoke the operating licenses of Doctors Without Borders and the Norwegian Refugee Council, two humanitarian organizations known for their work in war zones.

“This suspension is unacceptable. I know the work of MSF and NRC well, and they are internationally respected,” she wrote, using the French abbreviation for Doctors Without Borders. “Ethiopia must reconsider this decision.”

At least a dozen aid workers have been killed since November, when Abiy sent troops to Tigray to fight the TPLF after the group allegedly staged an attack on a military base.

The United Nations says the war has left 400,000 people facing famine, while UNICEF estimated last week that more than 100,000 children in Tigray could suffer from life-threatening acute malnutrition in the next 12 months — 10 times the annual average.

Meanwhile, “supplies are just running out,” Power said.

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አህዛብ ኦሮሞ አማራውን ጨፈጨፉት ፥ አማራው ከአህዛብ ኦሮሞ ጋር ሆኖ ተዋሕዶ ትግራዋይን ጨፈጨፋቸው

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on August 5, 2021

#HumeraMassacre #የሑመራእልቂት

✞ተዋሕዶ ክርስቲያኖችን ‘አጽድተዋቸው’✞

☆በቦታቸው አህዛብን በመተካት ላይ ናቸው!

❖❖❖በአሰቃቂ ሁኔታ በጭካኔ ለተሰውት ለወንድሞቼ እና ለእኅቶቼነፍሳቸውን በአብርሐም በይስሐቅ በያዕቆብ እቅፍ ያኑርልን ፥ አረመኔዎቹን ኦሮማራ ገዳዮቻቸውንእግዚአብሔር ይበቀላቸው!❖❖❖

🔥 አይይይ! የአህዛብ ኦሮማራ ልሳን VOA! “ዘግበን ነበር!” ለማለት ነው ነካነካው?! የተባበሩት መንግስታት ሠራተኞችና እርዳታ ሰጭዎች እንዳይገቡ በተደገረጉበት በዚህ ወቅትወደ ሑመራ እንድትገቡስ ማን ፈቀደላችሁ? አይይይ!

😈 አይይይ! ኦሮሞ! አይይይ! አማራ (ኦሮማራ)፤ እናንት አረመኔ የሰይጣን ጭፍሮች፤ እንግዲህ ጽዋዎቹ አንድ በአንድ እየሞሉ ነው፤ የየሰባቱ ጽዋዎች ቅጣት ይገጥማችኋል፤ ወደ ዘላለማዊው የሲዖል እሳት ትጣላላችህ!

አብዛኛዎቹ በአገር ቤትም በውጭም ያሉት ልሂቃን ፺፱/99% የሉሲፈራውያኑ ወኪሎች መሆናቸውን በተግባራቸው አይተነዋል። እኔ እስከ ዛሬው ዕለት ድረስ በትንሹም ቢሆን ተስፋ አድርጌ የምጠብቀው ታዋቄነት ካላቸው የቤተ ክህነት አባቶች፣ ካህናት፣ ዲያቆናት፣ ሰባኪያን መምህራን ነበር። በይፋ ወጥተው፤ “ተዉ! ጦርነት አቁሙ! ወንድም ወንድሙን አይኮንን! አያስርብ! አይግደል!” ሺህ ጊዜ ማለት ነበረባቸው። “ተከልክለው ነው! ታግተው ነው! ፈርተው ነው” የሚለው ነገር አይሰራም። በጉዳዩ ላይ ወጥቶ ለመናገር ትልቅ ድፍረት የሚጠይቅ አይደለም። በዚህ ወቅት ወጥተው ተገቢ የሆነውን ነገር መናገርና ማሳወቅ ክርስቲያናዊ ግዴታቸው መሆን ነበረበት።

😈 ግራኝ እና ሽመልስ ያዘጋጇቸው ኦሮሞዎች ከእስማኤላውያን እና ኤዶማውያን ጋር አብረው አማራውን ጨፈጨፉ፥ አማራው ከግራኝ ኦሮሞዎች ፣ እስማኤላውያኑ እና ኤዶማውያኑ ጋር አብሮ ተዋሕዶ ትግራዋይን እየጨፈጨፏቸው ነው። ኦሮማራዎች የአቤል ደም ይጮኻል፤ ወዮላችሁ!

ይህ ሁሉ ጨካኝና ጽንፈኛ ተግባር ከኦሮሚያ ሲዖልና ከጎንደር አካባቢ በመጡ ኦሮሞዎችና አማራዎች መፈጸሙን ታሪክ እያስተማረን ነው፤ እነ ጄነራል አሳምነው እና ዶ/ር አምባቸውን ገድለው በባሕር ዳር ሥልጣኑ የያዙት ኦሮሞዎች ናቸው፤ እነ አገኘው ኦሮሞዎች ናቸው ጭፍሮቻቸው ሁሉ ኦሮሞዎች ናቸው፤ አሁን “በቂ ነው የሚሉትን ጭፍጨፋ ካካሄዱ በኋላ” ሹልክ ብለው በመውጣትና አማርኛ ተናጋሪ የአሩሲ እና ወለጋ አረመኔዎችን በየቦታው በመሸጎጥ የታሪክ እዳውን ሁሉ ለአማራዎች እና ኤርትራውያን ለማሸከም ተግተው በመስራት ላይ ናቸው። አህዛብን ለማንገስና መላዋ ኢትዮጵያን ለዋቄዮ-አላህ-ዲያብሎስ ለማውረስ። “የክርስቲያኖች አምላክ እግዚአብሔር አያይም! አያውቅም” የሚል እምነት ስላላቸው።

በትግራይ ሕዝብ ላይ ለተፈጸመው ከፍተኛ ግፍ የመጀመሪያዎቹ ተጠያቂዎች ኦሮሞዎች (ዋቀፌታ + እስላም + ፕሮቴስታንት) ናቸው፤ ከዚያ ቀጥለው ነው አማራዎች፣ አፋሮች፣ ሶማሌዎች፣ ጉራጌዎች፣ ደቡባውያን፣ ኤሚራት አረቦች እና ቤን አሚር ኤርትራውያን ሁሉም ተጠያቂዎች ሆነው አንድ በአንድ ለፍርድ የሚቀርቡት። የእግዚአብሔር የሆነ መንፈሳዊ ወገን ሁሉ ይህን እውነት በግልጽ የሚያየው ነው።

ግራኝ፤ በሰማይ ላይ የተበተነ ዱቄት አድርገናቸዋል!” ያለን የሕወሓትን ፖለቲከኞች ሳይሆን (እነርሱማ ያው በሕይወት አሉ)መነኮሳቱን፣ ካህናቱን፣ ቀሳውስቱንና ምዕመናኑን ማለቱ ነበር። እያንዳንዱ እየተሰዋ ያለው ወገን ሕዝበ ክርስቲያኑ ነው፤ አዎ! ትናንትናም ዛሬም ለኢትዮጵያ እየተሰዋላት ያለው የትግራይ ተዋሕዶ ሕዝብ ነው።

አሁን በይበልጥ ሊያሳስበን የሚገባን የትግራይ አባቶቼና እናቶቼ ዘጠኝ ወራቱን ምን እየበሉ፣ ምን እየጠጡ አሳለፏቸው? ለምንድንስ ነው ሁሉም ስለ ጽዮን ልጆች ሁኔታ ጸጥ ጭጭ ያለው? ለምንድን ነው የሕወሓት ፖለቲከኞች ብቻ ቃለ መጠይቅ እና መግለጫ ሲሰጡ የሚሰሙትና የሚታዩት? ሌሎቹ TDF ወገኖች ለምን አይታዩም? ለምንድን ነው ኦሮሞ/ኦሮማራ ምርኮኞች እንዲናገሩና እንዲታዩ የተደረጉት ግን ካህናት፣ ቀሳውስት እና ምዕመናን፣ የጭፍጨፋ ሰለባ የሆኑት ሁሉ ድምጻቸው የማይሰማው? ስለተሠሩት ግፎችስ ለምንድን ነው የሰነዶች ምዝገባ እና የመረጃ ማጠናከሪያ ሊሆኑ የሚችሉት ስራዎች በይፋ ሲወጡ የማይሰማው? ይህ ብቻ እኮ የኢሳያስን እና የግራኝ አብዮት አህመድን አገዛዞች ጥይት ሳይተኮስ በጥቂት ቀናት ውስጥ ሊጥላቸው ይችላል። ምን እየተሠራ ነ? አደራ አደራ! የግራኝን ወንጀል ለድርድር በማቅረብ ጭፍጨፋዎቹን እና የተሰውትን አባቶች፣ እናቶች፣ ወንድሞች፣ እኅቶች፣ ቀሳውስት፣ ካህናት ማንነት ለመደበቅ እንዳይሞከር፤ እያንዳንዷ በትግራይ የጠፋች ወገናችን ነፍስ ስም ዝር ዝር መውጣት ይኖርባታል። ይህ እጅግ በጣም አንገብጋቢ ጉዳይ ነውና በጥሞና እንከታተለዋለን፤ ከዚህ በኋላ የኦሮሞዎች አገልጋይ ለመሆን የብሔር ብሔረሰብ ርዕዮተ ዓለምን ካርታ የመጫወቻው ጊዜ አክትሟል፤ የኦሮሞው ምኒልክ አራተኛው ትውልድ አገዛዝ ዘመን አብቅቶለታል።

💭 ለመሆኑ ስንቶቻችን ነን ኦርቶዶክስ ክርስቲያኖች ብቻ እየተሰው እና እያለቁ እንደሆነ እያየን እና እየታዘብን ያለነው?

ኢትዮጵያ ሀገሬ (አክሱማዊቷ ኢትዮጵያ) ሞኝ ነሽ ተላላ የሞተልሽ ቀርቶ የገደለሽ በላ!

✞✞✞ በአረመኔው ግራኝ አብዮት አህመድ የሚመራው የኦሮሞ እና አማራ ሰአራዊት ከእነ መንጋው በእሳት የሚጠረጉበት ቀን እሩቅ አይደለም። 🔥 በዚህ ፻/100% እርግጠኛ ነኝ። አዎ! የትግራይን ሕዝብ ከምድረ ገጽ ለማጥፋት ዓለማችን አይታው የማታውቀውን እጅግ በጣም አሰቃቂ ግፍና ወንጀል እየፈጸሙ ያሉ የኤዶማውያንና እስማኤላውያን ወኪሎች ሁሉ በመለኮታዊ ሰይፍ ይጨፍጨፉ! ነበልባላዊ በሚሆን በሥላሴ ቃልና ሥልጣን ይንደዱ! ይቃጠሉ! በሲኦል የጨለማ አዘቅት ውስጥ ይዝቀጡ ወይም ይስጠሙ! ኃዘን ከላያቸው አይራቅ ትካዜም ከልባቸው አይጥፋ! እንደ ቃየልና ይሁዳ በዱርና በበርሃ ተበታትነው ሲቅበዘበዙ ይኑሩ! አሜን! አሜን! አሜን!✞✞✞

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#TigrayGenocide | Mai Kadra Massacre | የማይካድራ ጭፍጨፋ

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 9, 2021

💭 ግራኝ እና ሽመልስ ያዘጋጇቸው ኦሮሞዎች ከእስማኤላውያን እና ኤዶማውያን ጋር አብረው አማራውን ጨፈጨፉ፥ አማራው ከግራኝ ኦሮሞዎች ፣ እስማኤላውያኑ እና ኤዶማውያኑ ጋር አብሮ ተዋሕዶ ትግራዋይን እየጨፈጨፏቸው ነው። ጽዮን ማርያም ዛሬ ከትግራዋያን ጋር ብቻ ናት። ኦሮማራዎች የአቤል ደም ይጮኻል፤ ወዮላችሁ!

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