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Tragedy in Texas: 50 Migrants Found Dead Inside A Semi-Truck | በቴክሳስ ፶/ 50 ስደተኞች መኪና ውስጥ ሞተው ተገኙ

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 28, 2022

R.I.P✞

👉 ገብርኤል 👉 ማርያም 👉 ኡራኤል 😇 ጊዮርጊስ 👉 ተክለ ሐይማኖት 👉 ዮሴፍ 👉 መድኃኔ ዓለም

Another Tragedy in Texas

💭 The bodies of at least 46 migrants were found in the back of a hot semi-truck on Monday in San Antonio, Texas. Sixteen others, INCLUDING several CHILDREN, were discovered alive.

💭 White House: Biden not to blame for 50 dead migrants found in Texas 18-wheeler

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre heartily pushed back on the claim that President Joe Biden’s immigration policies have resulted in a less secure southern border.

Her comments came in response to a question from reporters aboard Air Force One Tuesday morning about the dozens of dead migrants found in a tractor-trailer in South Texas late Monday night. As of Tuesday morning, nearly 50 people had been pronounced dead at the scene.

Texas Gov Blames Migrant Deaths On Biden’s Open Border Policies

“These deaths are on Biden,” Gov. Greg Abbott (R-TX) tweeted Monday night. “They are a result of his deadly open border policies. They show the deadly consequences of his refusal to enforce the law.”

Jean-Pierre told reporters that the White House is “closely monitoring the absolutely horrific and heartbreaking reports out of San Antonio” and that Biden is receiving regular briefings on the tragedy.

She further pledged to continue the administration’s work to disrupt “human smuggling networks” that “exploit and endanger human lives to make a profit” before defending the administration’s decision to loosen pandemic-era border protections when asked about Abbott’s comments.

“The fact of the matter is, the border is closed, which is in part why you see people trying to make this dangerous journey using smuggling networks,” Jean-Pierre stated. “Our hearts go out to the families at this time. We are going to stay focused on the facts and making sure we hold these smugglers accountable.”

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😢 ሌላ አሳዛኝ ክስተት በቴክሳስ። እንግዲህ ይህን ቪዲዮ በላኩት በሰዓታት ውስጥ ነው ይህ በአፍሪቃ ወይንም በእስያ እንጅ በአሜሪኻ ታሪክ ተሰምቶ የማይታወቅ አሳዛኝ መረጃ የወጣው። ዋይ! ዋይ! ዋይ!

💭 Texas & Tegray (Ethiopia) Massacres + Tedros (TE) & The Queen | ትግራይና ቴክሳስ + ቴድሮስ & ንግሥቲቱ

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TRAGIC DEATHS of African Migrants as 2,000 Africans Storm Spanish Enclave Melilla From Morocco

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 26, 2022

😇 ገብርኤል 👉 ማርያም 👉 ኡራኤል 👉 ጊዮርጊስ 👉 ተክለ ሐይማኖት 👉 ዮሴፍ 👉 መድኃኔ ዓለም

✞R.I.P✞ ነፍሳቸውን ይማርላቸው!✞

💭 በሁለት ሺህ ስደተኞች የተሞላው የአፍሪካውያን ማዕበል አሳዛኝ ሞት፤ ከሞሮኮ በመምጣት በአሪቃ-ሞሮኮ ወደምትገኘዋ የስፔይን ቅኝ ግዛት ከተማ ሚሊያ ለመግባት ከሞከሩት መካከል በጥቂቱ ከ፳፫/23 የሚሆኑት አፍሪካውያን ወገኖቻችን ሕይወታቸውን አጥተዋል።

አውሮፓ በተለይ ከአፍሪካ ሊመጡ በሚችሉ ስደተኞች ከፍተኛ ስጋት ላይ ወድቃለች። ፖለቲከኞቹም ሆኑ ሕዝቡ አፍሪካውያን እንዳይወሯቸው ከፍተኛ ስጋት አላቸው። ነጮቹን ዩክሬናውያን ስደተኞችን(አስር ሚሊየን ደርሰዋል) በማስገባት ላይ ያሉት፤ ለአፍሪካውያኑ፤ ጀልባው ሞልቷል፤ ተመለሱ!” ሊሏቸው ስለሚፈልጉ ነው። ብሪታኒያ በፈረንሳይ በኩሉ የገቡባትን አፍሪካውያን ስደተኞችን ወደ ሩዋንዳ ለመላክ የወሰነችውም አንዱ የዚህ ሢራ አካል በመሆኑ ነው። ልዑል ቻርለስ ባለፈው ሳምንት ላይ ወደ ሩዋንዳ አምርቶ የዘር ጭፍጨፋ መታሰቢያ ላይ ተሳትፎ የአዞ እንባ ማንባቱም ከዚሁ ጋር የተያያዘ ነው።

ሉሲፈራውያኑ የአውሮፓ ፈላጭ ቆራጮችም አረመኔዎቹን ግራኝ አብዮት አህመድ አሊንና ኢሳያስ አፈወርቂን ሥልጣን ላይ እንዲቆዩ የሚሹት፤ ሕዝባቸውን ከኢትዮጵያ ግዛት ሳይወጡና በሱዳንና ሊቢያ በኩል ወጥተው ወደ አውሮፓ እንዳይሾልኩ እዚያው አፍነው ስለሚጨፈጭፉላቸው ነው። በየመን በኩል እንዳያመልጡ የመንን እራሷን ልክ እንደ ሊቢያ አራቁተዋታል። ይህ ነው የእነዚህ የዲያብሎስ ባሪያዎች እርኩስ ሥራ/ሤራ።

ኢትዮጵያውያን የሆኑ ሁሉ አረመኔውን ኦሮሞ ግራኝ አብዮት አህመድን + ኢሳያስ አፈወርቂን + ጀዋር መሀመድን + ሽመልስ አብዲሳንና ጭፍሮቻቸውን በተገኙበት መድፋት ይኖርባቸዋል። ከዚህ ሌላ አጀንዳ ሊኖር አይገባምና፤ ዛሬ እያንዳንዱ ኢትዮጵያዊ አርበኛ ሊሆን ግድ ነው!

✞R.I.P

At least 23 African migrants seeking to cross into Spain died in a stampede. The incident happened after thousands of migrants tried to breach Morocco’s border fence with Spanish enclave of Melilla. During this, a violent two-hour skirmish broke out between migrants and border officers.

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Ukrainians Blocking Africans From Getting on Trains | ዩክሬናውያን አፍሪካውያንን በባቡር እንዳይሳፈሩ አገዷቸው

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on March 1, 2022

💭 በባቡሮች እንዳይጓዙ ተነጥለው የተከለከሉት አፍሪካውያን በመኪና የሚሄዱበት ወቅት ምንም መውጫ እንደሌላቸው ተነግሯቸዋል። መሄጂያ የሌላቸው አፍሪካውያኑ ወደ ጅምላ መጠለያ አዳራሾች እየተወሰዱ ነው። አብዛኛዎቹ ሴቶች እና ሕፃናት በአገሪቷ ድንበሮች ላይ ይገኛሉ። እንደ ተመድ መረጃ ከሆነ እስከ ግማሽ ሚሊየን የሚጠጉ ዩክሬናውያን ወደተቀሩት የምስራቅ አውሮፓ ሃገራት በመሰደድና ወደ ምዕራብ አውሮፓም በማምራት ላይ ይገኛሉ።

😈 ዘመነ ብሔርተኝነት – ዘመነ ዘረኝነት

አዎ! ከጦርነቱ ዓላማዎች መካከል አንዱ ይሄ ነው። በጦርነቱ አማካኝነት እስከ አስርና ሃያ ሚሊየን ዩክሬናውያንን ወደ ምዕራብ አውሮፓ እንዲሰደዱ በማድረግ በምዕራብ አውሮፓም በየአገሩ አክራሪ ብሔርተኝነት ተንሰራፍቶ አመጽ እንዲቀሰቀስ፤ በዚህም፤ በኮቪድ ሰው ሰራሽ ወረርሽኝ አማካኝነት አብዛኛውን ሕዝብ ከላይ እስከታች ለመቆጣጠር እንደቻሉት፤ አሁን ወደሚቀጥለው ደረጃ በመውጣት ወደቀጣዩ “የአዲሱን ዓለም ለመመስረት” ይርዳል ወደሚሉት ዲያብሎሳዊ ተግባራቸው ይሸጋገራሉ፤ ሉሲፈራውያኑ የዓለማችን ፈላጭ ቆራጮች። ላለፉት አስር ዓመታት እነ ኦባማ፣ ባይደንና ጆርጅ ሶሮስ በዚህ ጉዳይ ላይ በደንብ ሲዘጋጁበት ነበር። ከጥቂት ወራት በፊት እኮ ለሙከራ ከቱርክ የተላኩትን የሶሪያ እና አፍጋኒስታን ስደተኞችን በዩክሬን፣ ቤላሩስና ፖላንድ ጠረፎች አካባቢ እየወሰዱ ጫካ ውስጥ አስፍረዋቸው ነበር

ይህ የሙቀት መለኪያ ነበር።

አፍሪቃውያን ስደተኞችን ግን በየድንበሩ እንዳያልፉ ወንፊቶቹን ከአውሮፓ ርቀው በሚገኙ ሃገራት ላይ አሰናድተውላቸዋል። በሰሜን አፍሪቃ ሜዲተራንያን ባሕር፣ በቀይ ባሕር፣ በቱርክ፣ በየመን፣ ወዘተ። የትግራይ ስደተኞች በሱዳን በኩል እንዳያልፉ እንኳን ሃላፊነቱን ለግራኝ፣ ለኢሳያስ አፈወርቂ እና ለፋኖ ከሃዲዎች አሳልፈው ሰጥተዋቸዋል። በሱዳንም ለእነርሱ የሚታዘዝ መንግስት ለማስቀመጥ የተለያዩ የመፈንቅለ መንግስት ሙከራዎችን በማድረግ ላይ ናቸው። ተጋሩ ምዕራብ ትግራይን እንደገና በመቆጣጠር በሱዳን በኩል እርዳታ ሊመጣ ይችላል የሚለውን ተስፋቸውን መቅበር አለባቸው። ይህ ፈጽሞ አይሆንም፤ ያላቸው አማራጭ ሕወሓቶችን አስወግዶ በአስመራ እና በአዲስ አበባ ያሉትን አረመኔ አገዛዞች መገርሰስ ብቻ ነው። ሉሲፈርንና ባለ ዓምስት ፈርጥ ኮከብ ያረፈበትን ባንዲርዋን ለማንገስ ሲሉ ይህን የዘር ማጥፋት ጦርነት በጋራ የጀመሩት ሕወሓቶች፤ “Their Controlled Opposition/ የሚቆጣጠሯቸውን ተቃዋሚዎቻቸውን” እነ ኢሳያስ እና ግራኝ አብዮት አህመድ አሊ እንዲወገዱባቸው አይፈልጉምና!

በዘመነ ሂትለር የናዚ አመራር ወቅት እንደተለመደው ዛሬ በምዕራቡ ዓለም የምናያቸው ሜዲያዎችም ቀስበቀስ፤ በጀርመንኛው፤ ወደ “Gleichgeschaltete Medien“ / forced into line/ Synchronized Medias – ወደ መስመር የተገደዱ/ የተመሳሰሉ ሚዲያ ተቋማት እየተለወጡ ነው። ሁሉም አንድ ዓይነት መረጃ የሚያቀርቡና ይፋ የሆነው የመንግስታዊ ትረካ ተቀብለው የሚያሰራጩ ሜዲያዎች ሆነው እያየናቸው ነው።

ላለፉት ሁለት ዓመታት ሁሉም ሜዲያዎች ያለማቋረጥ በሰፊው ሲለፍፉበት የነበረውን የኮቪድ ወረረሽኝ ቅስቀሳ ባንድ ጊዜ አቁመው (ተረተረታቸው ስለተነቃባቸው፣ ሕዝቦች ተቃውሞ ማሰማት ስለጀመሩ) አሁን ስለ ዩክሬይን ሁኔታ 24/7 ፕሮፓጋንዳ “ኡ! ኡ!” በሚያሰኝ መልክ ሲነዙ በመታዘብ ላይ ነን። ወራዳዎች!

በትግራይ ለአስራ አምስት ወራት ያህል ያ ሁሉ ወንጀል፣ ግፍና ዕልቂት ሲፈጸም ዝም ያሉበት ምክኒያት ክርስቲያኖችና ጥቁሮች እንዲያልቁ ስለሚሹ መሆኑን አሁን በግልጽ እያየነው ነው። አውሮፓውያኑ ለገዳዮቻችን ለእነ ግራኝ አብዮት አህመድ አሊና ለዳንኤል በቀለ ሽልማቶችን የሰጧቸውም ለዚህ መሆኑ አሁን ግልጽ ነው። የእነርሱስ ለአንዳንዶቻችን ሁሌም ግልጽ ነበር፤ እኔን የሚከነክነኝ፣ የሚያሳዝነኝና እያንገፈገፈ የሚያስቆጣኝ፤ “ሕዝብ ቁጥራችን ከፍ ብሏል፣ የወሊድ መከላከያ ተጠቅመን ቁጥሩን መቀነስ አለብን” የሚለውን ቆሻሻውን ግራኝ አብዮት አህመድን እስካሁን ሥልጣን ላይ አስቀምጦ እንደ እንቁራሪቷ እራሱን ቀቅሎ ለማጥፋት የወሰነ “ኢትዮጵያዊ ነኝ፣ ክርስቲያን ነኝ!” ባይ ዜጋ ዛሬም መገኘቱ ነው።

👉 በተጨማሪ በቪዲዮው፤

የሩሲያ ሠራዊት ዛሬ ያወጣው የዩክሬን ካርታ በሩሲያ ሠራዊት የተደረገው የማሪፖል ከተማ ከበባ የምንሊክን ትግራይካርታ ሠርቷል

የግብረሰዶማውያኑ ጠበቃ የዩክሬኑ ፕሬዚደንት ቮሎዲሚር ዜለንስኪ ልክ እንደ እነ ግራኝ አብዮት አህመድ አሊ፣ ኢማኑኤል ማክሮን (ፈረንሳይ)፣ ጀስቲን ትሩዶ (ካናዳ)፣ ጃሲንዳ አርደርን (ኒውዚላንድ)፣ ፔድሮ ሳንቸስ (ስፔይን) እና ሌሎችም የሉሲፈራውያኑ የእነ ጆርጅ ሶሮስ ምልምል ነው። ልብ እንበል ሁሉም ፥ ግራኝ አብዮት አህመድ ፵፬/44 ፥ ዜሊንስኪ ፵፬/44 ፥ ማክሮን ፵፬/44 ፥ ጃሲንዳ አርደርን ፵፩/41 ፣ ትሩዶ 50፣ ሳንቸስ 50 ዕድሜ ያላቸው ሶሻሊስቶች ናቸው። ሁሉም በወጣትነታቸው የተመለመሉና ነባርና ታሪካዊ የሆነውን(ክርስቲያናዊ)ማሕበረሰብን ያጠፉ ዘንድ በሉሲፈራውያን የተቀቡ ላጲሶች ናቸው።

💭 Stranded on trains Africans making their way by car told there’s no exit for them. Many Africans are taking shelter after being left stranded. Most of them are women and children.

Similar actions and stories of blocking, detention and maltreatment filtering out from “undesired” potential African asylum-seekers are widespread in North Africa, Turkey, Yemen, and now even at the Ethiopia-Sudan border, blocking Tigrayans fleeing the #TigrayGenocide.

👉 U.N.: Half a Million People Have Fled Ukraine Since Russian Invasion

An estimated 500,000 people have fled Ukraine to the eastern edge of the European Union (E.U.) since Russia invaded Ukraine last Thursday, U.N. High Commissioner of Refugees (UNHCR) Filippo Grandi said on Monday.

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Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on February 15, 2022

ጠያቂው፦ “የኢትዮጵያ ንጉሥ እስልምናን ተቀብሏል” የሚል ነገር ሰምቼ ነበር፤ ምን ያህል እውነት ነው?

ቦብ፦ ይህ ውሸት ነው፤ ሙስሊሞች ሁልጊዜ ስለ ታሪክ መቅጠፍ ይወዳሉ፤ ይህ ውሸት እንደሆነ እርግጠኛ ነኝ። ሃቁ ግን ሙስሊሞች ብዙ ጊዜ ታሪክን ከልሰው ይጽፋሉ። (ልክ እንደ ዋቄዮ-አላህ ልጆች)

ቦብ፤ “ልብ በሉ፦ በደቡብ ሱዳን ሙስሊም አረቦች ነበሩ 2ሚሊየን አፍሪካውያን ክርስቲያኖችን የጨፈጨፉት፤ ክርስቲያኖችን አረብ ለማድረግ በ ፲፰/18ዓመት ውስጥ ብቻ ሁለት ሚሊየን ደቡብ ሱዳናውያን ተገድለዋል።

አፍሪቃውያን ክርስቲያኖች አረብ መሆን አንፈልግም በማለታቸው ደቡብ ሱዳን ተገንጥላ ዛሬ ነፃ ሃገር ልትሆን በቅታለች።

ሁለት ሚሊየን ክርስቲያኖች በመሀመዳውያን መጨፍጨፋቸውን እናንት ለአፍሪካ እንታገላለን የምትሉ ግብዞች እኮ አታውቁትም፤ አይደል!? እነዚህ ክርስቲያኖች እንዲጨፈጨፉ የእስልምና አስተምህሮና ልምድ በግልጽ ይናገራሉ።

ነጮች ከመቶ ዓመታት በፊት በሠሩት ግፍ ዛሬም ትወቅሷችዋላችሁ፤ አረቦች በአፍሪቃውያን ላይ ዛሬም እየፈጸሙት ስላለው አሰቃቂ ግፍ ግን ጸጥ ብላችኋል፤ ቦኮ ሃራምና የሙስሊም ፉላኒ ነገድ የናይጄሪያ ክርስቲያኖችን እየጨፈጨፏቸው ነው፤ ግን ስለዚህ ጉዳይ ምንም አትናገሩም።

እነዚህ ሙስሊሞች አፍሪካውያን ክርስቲያኖችን እየገደሏቸው ነው እኮ! ስለዚህ በኢትዮጵያና በመላው አፍሪካ ያላችሁ ክርስቲያኖች ተባበሩ፤ በአንድ ላይ ሥሩ።

እስልምና እና መሀመዳውያን ሙስሊም ባልሆኑ ማህበረሰቦችን ላይ የሚፈጽሙትን ግፍ የሚያሳዩ በቂ እስላማዊ ምንጮች አሉ (ቁርአን፣ አሃዲት፣ ታፍሲር ወዘተ)።

ክርስትና ከእስልምና በጣም ይለያል፤ ክርስትና አንድን ሰውና ማሕበረሰብ የተሻለ ሰውና ማሕበረሰብ እንዲሆኑ ስለሚያደርጋቸው፤ ኢትዮጵያዊውን ወይም ፉላኒውን አረብ ማድረግ ሳይሆን የተሻለ

ኢትዮጵያዊ ወይም ፉላኒ እንዲሆን ይረዳቸዋል፤ በጎውን ማንነታቸውን በይበልጥ እንዲያዳብሩ ይረዳቸዋል።

ክርስትና ባሕሎችንና ቋንቋዎችን የማጥፋት ተልዕኮ የለውም ስለዚህ ወንጌልን በመቀበል ክርስቲያን የሆኑ ማሕበረሰቦች ቋንቋቸውን እና ባሕላቸውን ጠብቀውና አዳብረው ይኖራሉ።

ክርስትና ጨለማውን የሚያጋልጥ ብርሃን ነው፣ ክርስትና የአንድን ባሕል ጎጂ ክፍል በማስወገድ ጥሩውና በጎው ጎን ጎልቶ እንዲወጣ ያደርጋል። ምክኒያቱም የክርስትና እምነት የሕግ ሥርዓት የለውምና ነው፤ የክርስትና እምነት የሰውን ልብ የሚቀይር የእሴቶች ሥርዓት ስላለው፡ በአካባቢው ባህል ውስጥ በቀላሉ ይገለጻል።

አረብ ሙስሊሞች በተቃራኒው መሀመድን ሙሉ በሙሉ መኮረጅ ስለሚጠበቅባቸው፤ ወደ ሌላ ሃገር ሲጓዙ

የመሀመድን ነገሮች ሁሉ የማንጸባረቅ ግዴታ አለባቸው።

ስለዚህ እስልምና የበላይነቱን በያዘባቸው ሃገራት፤ አረብ ያልሆኑ ሕዝቦች ባሕላቸውን፣ ቋንቋቸውን፣ ሃይማኖታቸውንና ሁለመናቸውን እንዲያጡ ይገደዳሉ።

አሹሮች፣ ኮፕቶች፣ ኑቢያውያን፣ ለዚህ ምሳሌዎች ናቸው አረቦች በግብጽና ሱዳን ኑቢያውያን በሚኖሩበት አካባቢ ግድቦችን በመስራት የኑቢያውያን ስልጣኔ ተጠራርጎ እንዲጠፋ ለማድረግ በቅተዋል።

ለኑቢያውያን ማንነትና መብት የምትታገለዋ ሱዳናዊት ለመሰደድ ተገዳለች፤ ምክኒያቱም አረብ መሆን ስላልፈለገች ነው፤ እስልምና እና አረብ መሆን አብረው ነው የሚጓዙት።

በግብጽና በኢትዮጵያ የአገሬው ተወላጅ ቤተክርስቲያን መዳበሯ ለዚህ በቂ ማስረጃ ነው፤ በግብጽና ኢትዮጵያ

አፍሪቃውያን ፓትርያርኮች፣ ጳጳሳትና የቤተክርስቲያን ምሁራን አሉ፤ በኒቂያ ጉባኤ ኦሮቶዶክስን በመከላከልና የአርዮስን ክህደት ለመቃወም ተጠርተው የነበሩ ብዙ አፍሪቃውያን ነበሩ።

መነኩሴነት ከአፍሪቃ/ ከግብጽ ነው የጀመረው እኛ አውሮፓውያን መንኩሴነትንና መንፈሳዊነትን የተቀበልነው ከአፍሪቃ ነው፤ ይህም ጥሩ ነገር ነው። ምክኒያቱም በቤተክርስቲያን የጋራ መግባባት ስለማምን ነው፣ ክርስትና ሁሉንም ብሔር የሚያቅፍ እምነት ስለሆነ ነው፤ የትኛውንም ሕዝብ ርስት ለመጋራት ፈቃደኞች ስለሆንን ነው፤ ክርስቲያን ሲኮን ሁሉም በጌታ አንድ ነውና ነው፤ ክርስቲያኖች ይህን እውነታ እንደገና ማግኘት ይኖርባቸዋል።

የአንግሎ-ሳክሰን ክርስቲያኖች ከሌሎች ብሔሮች ጋር ለሺህ ዓመታት አብረው ይሠሩ ነበር፤ ስለዚህ ነጭ ዘውገኞች እኔን በነጭነቴ ከጥቁር ወይም እስያውያን ክርስቲያኖች የመነጠል መብት የላችሁም።

ዘረኛ ከሆነ ብሔርተኛ ነጭ አፍሪቃዊውን ወይም እስያዊውን ክርስቲያን እመርጣለሁ። ከነጭ ብሔርተኛ ይልቅ ለኢትዮጵያዊው ክርስቲያን የሰላምታ እጄን መስጠት እወዳለሁ።

ክርስትና የአንድን ማሕበረሰብ መጥፎ ጎን በማስወገድ ጥሩውና በጎው ጎን ጎልቶ እንዲወጣ ስለሚያደርግ

ለአፍሪቃ የሚበጀው ክርስትና ብቻ ነው።

እስልምና ግን ሕዝብን አረብ የማድረጊያ መሳሪያ ነው፤ እስኪ ይታያችሁ፤ አንዲት ሴት ኒቃብ ለብሳ የአፍሪቃ ጫካ ውስጥ ስትንጎራደድ፤ ክርስትና ግን ይህን አያስገድድም።

በእስላም ካሊፋት የግብጽ ክርስቲያኖች ክፉኛ ተሰቃይተው ነበር፤ ዓብያተ ክርስቲያናቱን ያፈራርሱባቸውና ያበላሹባቸው ነበር፣ ክርስቲያኖች ክብረ በዓላቸውን መንገድ ላይ ማክበር ይከለከሉ ነበር፣ የቤተክርስቲያን ደወል መደወል ክልክል ነበር፣ ከመስጊድ ጎን ቤተክርስቲያን መስራት አይፈቀድላቸውም ነበር፣ ቤተክርስቲያን

ለማደስ እንኳን የካሊፉን ፈቃድ መጠየቅ ነበረባቸው፤ በዚህም ብዙ ዓብያተ ክርስቲያናት ፈራርሰው እንዲጠፉ ተደርጓል። ክርስቲያኖች ከከተማ ውጭ ቤተ ክርስቲያን እንዲሠሩ ተገድደዋል። ዓብያተ ክርስቲያናቱ በሮቻቸውን በዋና ዋና መንገዶች በኩል እንዳይከፍቱ ተደርገዋል። ፀሎት እና ቅዳሴአቸው በሙስሊሞች ዘንድ እንዳይሰሙ።

ሙስሊሞች ክርስቲያኖችን መንገድ ላይ ካገኟቸው ወደ ጠባቡ መንገድና ወደ ገደል እንዲሄዱ ይገፏቸው ነበር፤ መለዮ እንዲለብሱና ቢጫ ቀበቶም እንዲያስሩ አዘዋቸው ነበር። ክርስቲያኖች ፈረስ ላይ መውጣት ሰልማይፈቀድላቸው አህያ ብቻ ነበር የሚጋልቡት፣ ጎራዴ ነገር መያዝም አይፈቀድላቸውም ነበር።

በዚህ መልክ ነበር አረብ ሙስሊሞች ክርስትናን በሰሜን አፍሪቃ ለማጥፋትና የግብጽን ክርስትናም ለመጉዳት የበቁት።

እናንተ ጥቁር ብሔርተኞች ሙስሊም ወንበዴዎችን ፈርታችሁ ስለዚህ አስከፊ ታሪክ ከማውራት ተቆጥባችኋል፤ አፍሪቃዊ ማንነታችሁን እንደገና ማግኘት ከፈለጋችሁ ስለዚህ ታሪክ ማውራት ይገባችኋል፤ መጤ ስላልሆነውና አፍሪቃዊ ስለሆነው ክርስቲያን ታሪክ ማወቅ ይኖርባችኋል።

ከአርሜኒያ ጎን በአለም የመጀመሪያው ክርስቲያን መንግስት የተመሠረተው በኢትዮጵያ ነበር። ጥቁር ኢትዮጵያ ክርስቲያኖች ነበሩ በክርስቲያናዊ ደግነታቸው፣ እንግዳ ተቀባይነታቸውና ፍትህ አፍቃሪነታቸው

ለመጀመሪያዎቹ ሙስሊሞች ጥገኝነት የሰጧቸው። ነገር ግን ይህ ትልቅ ታሪካዊ ስህተት ነበር።

አዎ! መሀመድ ተከታዮቹን ወደ ኢትዮጵያ ነበር የላካቸው፤ ከመሀመድ አጋሮች አንዱ (የመሀመድ የአክስቱ ልጅና የሚስቱ ወንድም ኡቤይዱላህ ኢብንጃሽ) በኢትዮጵያ ተጠምቆ ክርስትናን ተቀብሏል።

ጠያቂው፦ “የኢትዮጵያ ንጉሥ እስልምናን ተቀብሏል” የሚል ነገር ሰምቼ ነበር፤ ምን ያህል እውነት ነው?

ቦብይህ ውሸት ነው፤ ሙስሊሞች ሁልጊዜ ስለ ታሪክ መቅጠፍ ይወዳሉ፤ ይህ ውሸት እንደሆነ እርግጠኛ ነኝ። ሃቁ ግን ሙስሊሞች ብዙ ጊዜ ታሪክን ከልሰው ይጽፋሉ። (ልክ እንደ ዋቄዮ-አላህ ልጆች)

ሙስሊሞች ፫፻/300 ዓመት ስለቆየው ስለ አውሮፓውያን የባርነት ንግድ (ይህ ትክክል ተገቢ አለመሆኑን እቀበላለሁ) ብዙ ይለፍፋሉ፤ እስልምና ለ1400 ዓመታት እያካሄደ ስላለው የባርነት ንግድ ግን ጸጥ ያላሉ።

በዚህ ዘመን እንኳን ባሪያ ህፃን ለመግዛት ወደ ሙስሊሞቹ ካርቱም ሱዳን፣ ቻድና፣ ማውሪታኒያ ይጓዛሉ።

ሰዎች፣ ታሪካችሁን አጥኑ፤ ሂዱና ኮፕቶችና ኢትዮጵያውያን ክርስቲያኖችን ስለ ታሪካቸውና እንዴት እንደሚኖሩ አነጋግሯቸው፤ የነጮችን ክርስትና እንድትክተል አልሻም፤ የጥቁር ኢትዮጵያውያንን ክርስትና እና የያዙትን እውነት ተከተሉ።

በ፲፭ ኛው ክፍለዘመን የፖርቱጋሎች ክርስቲያን ሠራዊት ከኢትዮጵያ ክርስቲያን ወገኖቹ ጋር በመሰለፍ ወራሪ እስላሞችን ድል ነስተዋቸዋል። ለአፍሪቃውያን እውነተኛው የክርስቲያን መንፈሳዊነት ያለው እዚያ ነው።

ፖርቱጋሎቹ ከኢትዮጵያ ወንድሞቹ እና እህቶቹ ጋር አብረው ሲሰለፉ በክርስቲያናዊ ወንድማማችነት መንፈስ ነበር። በዚያ ዘመን በክርስቲያኖች ዘንድ ዘርና የቆዳ ቀለም ምንም ዓይነት ሚና አልተጫወቱም።

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ብሪታኒያውያን | አይሁድ እና ክርስቲያን ኢትዮጵያውያን ይምጡ፤ ሙስሊሞች ግን አይምጡብን

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on February 15, 2022

💭ጀግናው ክርስቲያን ቦብ ከአንድ እንግሊዛዊ ብሔርተኛ ጋር በለንደኑ ሃይድ ፓርክ

👉 የቦብ ሃሳብ በጥቂቱ፦

❖ አንድ ሕዝብ አኗኗሩን በክርስቶስ ላይ ካልመሠረተና እንደ ክርስቲያን መኖር ያለበትን ሕይወት ካልኖረ በውስጡ ባዶ ስለሚሆን ከምድር ተጠርጎ ቢጠፋ ብዙም ሊያሳስብን አይገባም።

❖ ብሪታናውያን ከክርስቲያናዊ ህይወት በመራቃቸው ከዚህ ምድር ተጠርገው ቢሄዱ እንባ አላነባላቸውም፤

መንፈሳዊ ሞት ስጋዊ ሞትንም ያስከትላልና ነው።

❖ የሀገር መሰረቱ ቤተሰብ ነው። የትውልድ ምሰሶው ቤተሰብ ነው። ይህ የማህበረሰብ መሰረት ጠንካራ ሲሆን ጠንካራ ሀገር መፍጠር ይቻላል። ይህ የማህበረሰብ መሰረት ሲናጋ የሀገር ህልውና አደጋ ውስጥ ይገባል።

የክርስቲያናዊ ቤተሰብ የቤት ራስ ኢየሱስ ክርስቶስ ነው፡፡ ክርስቶስ የሌለበት ሕይወት ባዶ ነው፡፡ ያለ ክርስቶስ አንዳች ልናደርግ አንችልም፡፡ ሕይወት ያለ ክርስቶስ ሞት ነው፡፡ ሠላምና እውነተኛ መንገድም እርሱ ብቻ ነው፡፡ (ኤፌ.፮፥፲)፣ (ዮሐ.፲፬፥፮)፡፡ ያለ ክርስቶስ ክርስትና የለም፡፡ እርሱ የሌለበት ትዳር፣ ቤትና ኑሮ ትርጉም የለውም፡፡ የመልካም ቤተሰባዊ ሕይወት መሰረቱ ክርስቶስ ነው፡፡ ክርስቶስን መሰረት ያላደረገ ትዳርና ጎጆ ውጤቱ ጭቅጭቅ፣ ሁከት፣ስቃይ፣ መለያየትና አድመኝነት ነው፡፡ ክርስቶስን ራስ ያላደረ ቤተሰባዊ ሕይወት ጅራት (ኋለኛ) ነው የሚሆነው፡፡ ክርስቶስን ራስ ያደረገ ቤተሰባዊ ሕይወት የመፈቃቀር፣ የደስታ፣ የሠላም የተስፋና የእምነት ምንጭ ነው፡፡

❖ እንግሊዞች ክርስቲያናዊ ማንነታቸውን ክደዋል፣ ቤተሰባዊ አኗኗራቸውን እየተውና ልጆችንም ከመውልድ እየተቆጠቡ ስለሆነ እንደ ሕዝብ እየሞቱ ቢያልቁ አያስገርመኝም።

❖ ክርስትና የሞራል መምሪያ እምነት ብቻ አየደለም ለመንፈሳዊ ሕይወት ትልቅ ቦታ ያለው ሃይማኖት እንጂ።

❖ ዘረኞችና የዘውግ ብሔርተኞች ግን የክርስትና ጠላቶች ስለሆኑ መንፈሳዊውን ክርስትናን ለመሸርሸር ሲሉ ክርስትናን የባሕል፣ የወግና የበዓላት ባሕርይ ብቻ ይዞ እንዲጓዝ ይሻሉ ፥ ይህ ክርስትና አይደለም።

❖ የዘውግ ብሔርተኞች ዋንኛው ችግራቸው በጥላቻ የተሞሉ መሆናቸው ነው። አንድ ብሔር በራሱ ብቻ መኩራራት የሚጀመር ከሆነ ሌሎች ብሔሮችን በቀላሉ ወደ መጥላት ያመራል፤ ይህም ከክርስትና አስተምህሮ ጋር እንዲጻረር ያደርገዋል። ክርስትና ሁሉንም ብሔሮች የሚያቅፍ በክርስቶስ ሁሉም አንድ የሚሆኑበት እምነት ነውና።

👉 ብሔርተኛው፦

☆ የዘር ጥላቻ ጉዳይ አይደለም፤ እኔ ለምሳሌ ሶማሌዎችን አልወዳቸውም፤ ግን ይህ ዘረኛ በመሆኔ ሳይሆን በእነርሱ ዘንድ የማየው ነገር ከእኔ አኗኗር ጋር ስለማይጣጣም ነው

ቦብ፦ እሺ፡ ኢትዮጵያውያንስ?

👉 ብሔርተኛው፦

☆ ከአይሁድ እና ክርስቲያን ኢትዮጵያውያን ጋር ምንም ችግር የለኝም እዚህ መጥተው ቢሰፍሩ አልቃወምም፤ የኢትዮጵያ ሙስሊሞች ግን ወደ ብሪታኒያ መጥተው እንዲሠፍሩ አልሻም።

👉 ቦብ፦

ስለዚህ ያንተ ችግር/ ጉዳይ ብሔር-ተኮር ሳይሆን እምነትና ሃይማኖት-ተኮር ነው ማለት ነው። አዎ! ስለዚህ ችግሩ፤ አንዳንድ ብሔሮች አብረው መኖር አይችሉም ሳይሆን ፥ አንዳንድ እምነቶች ጎን ለጎን አብረው መኖር አይችሉም ፥ በዚህ እኔም እስማማለሁ።

😈 የዲያብሎስ መንግስታዊ ሕግ የ “መቀላቀል” ሕግ ሲሆን ✞ የእግዚአብሔር መንግስታዊ ሕግ ደግሞ የ “መለየት” ሕግ ነው። ምኒልክም የዛሬዋን የአብዛኛውን የዚህ ከንቱ ትውልድ ኢትዮጵያ የመሰረቷት በመቀላቀል ሕግ ነው። የእግዚአብሔርን ጥሪ ተቀብለን ስንወጣ የምናመልጥባት ስፍራ ጭምር ትድናለች፡፡ የሚጠፉትን የምናድነው በመደባለቅ ሳይሆን ጥሪውን ተቀብለን ለእግዚአብሔር በመለየት ነው፡፡

❖[ኦሪት ዘዳግም ምዕራፍ ፳፪፥፲]❖

“በበሬና በአህያ በአንድነት አትረስ።”

❖[መጽሐፈ ዕዝራ ምዕራፍ ፱፲፤፲፩፤፲፪]❖

“አሁንስ አምላካችን ሆይ። ትወርሱአት ዘንድ የምትገቡባት ምድር በምድር አሕዛብ ርኵሰት ረክሳለች፥ ከዳር እስከ ዳርም ድረስ ከርኵሰታቸው ከጸያፍ ሥራቸውም ተሞልታለች፤ አሁንም ትበረቱ ዘንድ፥ የምድሩንም ፍሬ ትበሉ ዘንድ፥ ለዘላለም ለልጆቻችሁ ታወርሱአት ዘንድ ሴቶች ልጆቻችሁን ለልጆቻቸው አትስጡ፥ ሴቶች ልጆቻቸውንም ለልጆቻችሁ አትውሰዱ፥ ሰላማቸውንና ደኅንነታቸውንም ለዘላለም አትሹ ብለህ በባሪያዎችህ በነቢያት ያዘዝኸውን ትእዛዝ ትተናልና ከዚህ በኋላ ምን እንላለን?”

❖[ትንቢተ ዳንኤል ምዕራፍ ፪፥፵፫]❖

“ብረቱም ከሸክላው ጋር ተደባልቆ እንዳየህ፥ እንዲሁ ከሰው ዘር ጋር ይደባለቃሉ፤ ነገር ግን ብረት ከሸክላ ጋር እንደማይጣበቅ፥ እንዲሁ እርስ በርሳቸው አይጣበቁም።”

❖[፪ኛ ወደ ቆሮንቶስ ሰዎች ምዕራፍ ፯፥፩]❖

እንግዲህ፥ ወዳጆች ሆይ፥ የዚህ ተስፋ ቃል ካለን፥ በእግዚአብሔር ፍርሃት ቅድስናን ፍጹም እያደረግን ሥጋንና መንፈስን ከሚያረክስ ሁሉ ራሳችንን እናንጻ።

❖[፪ኛ ወደ ቆሮንቶስ ሰዎች ምዕራፍ ፮፥፲፬]❖

ከማያምኑ ጋር በማይመች አካሄድ አትጠመዱ፤ ጽድቅ ከዓመፅ ጋር ምን ተካፋይነት አለውና? ብርሃንም ከጨለማ ጋር ምን ኅብረት አለው?

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Saudi Airstrike in Yemen Leaves over 200 Dead | Tigray-Ethiopia + Yemen + Ark of The Covenant

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on January 21, 2022

❖ ጽላተ ሙሴ ❖ ንግሥት መከዳ ❖ አክሱም ❖ የመን

💭 More than 200 people were killed or wounded in an air strike on a prison and at least three children died in a separate bombardment as Yemen’s long-running conflict suffered a dramatic escalation of violence on Friday.

The Houthi rebels released gruesome video footage showing bodies in the rubble and mangled corpses from the prison attack, which levelled buildings at the jail in their northern heartland of Saada.

Further south in the port town of Hodeida, the children died when air strikes by the Saudi-led coalition hit a telecommunications facility as they played nearby, Save the Children said. Yemen also suffered a country-wide internet blackout.

“The children were reportedly playing on a nearby football field when missiles struck,” Save the Children said.

The attacks come after the Houthis took the seven-year war into a new phase by claiming a drone-and-missile attack on Abu Dhabi that killed three people on Monday.

The United Arab Emirates, part of the Saudi-led coalition fighting the rebels, threatened reprisals.

Aid workers said hospitals were overwhelmed in Saada after the prison attack, with one receiving 70 dead and 138 wounded, according to Doctors Without Borders.

Two other hospitals have received “many wounded” and as night fell, the rubble was still being searched, the aid agency said.

‘Horrific act’

Ahmed Mahat, Doctors Without Borders’ head of mission in Yemen, said: “There are many bodies still at the scene of the air strike, many missing people.”

“It is impossible to know how many people have been killed. It seems to have been a horrific act of violence.”

The UN Security Council, meeting Friday at the request of non-permanent member the United Arab Emirates, unanimously condemned what it called the Houthis’ “heinous terrorist attacks in Abu Dhabi… as well as in other sites in Saudi Arabia”.

The UAE is part of the Saudi-led coalition that has been fighting the rebels since 2015, in an intractable conflict that has displaced millions of Yemenis and left them on the brink of famine.

The coalition claimed the attack in Hodeida, a lifeline port for the shattered country, but did not say it had carried out any strikes on Saada.

Saudi Arabia’s state news agency said the coalition carried out “precision air strikes… to destroy the capabilities of the Houthi militia in Hodeida”.

😈The following entities and bodies are helping the genocidal fascist Oromo regime of evil Abiy Ahmed Ali:

The United Nations

The European Union

The African Union

The United States, Canada & Cuba

Russia

China

Israel

Arab States

Southern Ethiopians

Amharas

Eritrea

Djibouti

Kenya

Sudan

Somalia

Egypt

Iran

Pakistan

India

Azerbaijan

Amnesty International

Human Rights Watch

World Food Program (2020 Nobel Peace Laureate)

The Nobel Prize Committee

The Atheists and Animists

The Muslims

The Protestants

The Sodomites

💭 Even those unlikely allies like: ‘Israel vs Iran’, ‘Russia + China vs Ukraine + The West’, ‘Egypt + Sudan vs Iran + Turkey’, ‘India vs Pakistan’ are all united now in the Anti Zionist-Ethiopia-Conspiracy. This has never ever happened before it is a very curios phenomenon unique appearance in world history.

✞ With the Zionist Tigrayan-Ethiopians are:

The Almighty Egziabher God & His Saints

St. Mary of Zion

The Ark of The Covenant

😇 The Identity of the Queen of Sheba – Ethiopian-Yemeni Queen

The Queen of Sheba was a monarch called “Makeda,” who ruled the Axumite Empire based in northern Ethiopia.

Solomon and Sheba’s child, Emperor Menelik I, founded the Solomonid dynasty. Menelik also went to Jerusalem to meet his father, and received as a gift The Ark of the Covenant.

Archaeological evidence indicates that as early as the tenth century B.C.—about when the Queen of Sheba is said to have lived—Ethiopia and Yemen were ruled by a single dynasty, probably based in Yemen. Four centuries later, the two regions were both under the sway of the city of Axum. Since the political and cultural ties between ancient Yemen and Ethiopia seem to have been incredibly strong, it may be that each of these traditions is correct, in a sense. The Queen of Sheba reigned over both Ethiopia and Yemen.

✞✞✞[Isaiah 33:1]✞✞✞
“Woe to you, O destroyer, While you were not destroyed; And he who is treacherous, while others did not deal treacherously with him.
As soon as you finish destroying, you will be destroyed; As soon as you cease to deal treacherously, others will deal treacherously with you.”

✞✞✞[ትንቢተ ኢሳይያስ ምዕራፍ ፴፫፥፩]✞✞✞

“አንተ ሳትጠፋ የምታጠፋ፥ በአንተም ላይ ወንጀል ሳይደረግ ወንጀል የምታደርግ ወዮልህ! ማጥፋትን በተውህ ጊዜ ትጠፋለህ፤ መወንጀልንም በተውህ ጊዜ ይወነጅሉሃል።”

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Joe Biden Must Hold Ethiopia’s Abiy Ahmed Ali Accountable | Bloomberg

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on January 6, 2022

💭A Nobel Peace Prize should not shield the prime minister from sanctions for war crimes and rights abuses.

👉 Courtesy: Bloomberg

Could Joe Biden become the first American president to sanction a Nobel Peace Prize winner for war crimes and human-rights abuses? As the U.S. steps up efforts to end Ethiopia’s bloody civil war, it must reckon with credible reports that the government of the 2019 laureate Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed instigated the conflict and covered up gross abuses.

Biden’s envoy for the Horn of Africa, Jeffrey Feltman, arrives in Addis Ababa today to advocate peace talks between the Ethiopian government and rebels in the northern region of Tigray. Now in its second year, the war has claimed thousands of lives and displaced millions. It is in a stalemate, with Abiy at a slight advantage: His federal forces have regained territory lost in early November but are unable to make headway into Tigray. The rebel leadership claims to have made a strategic retreat and has indicated a willingness to hold peace talks.

Abiy has ramped up air strikes, using drones acquired from Turkey and the United Arab Emirates, which have killed scores of Tigrayans. A land offensive would be much bloodier, for both sides. But the prime minister will likely want a thrust deep into Tigray before agreeing to any meaningful parleys. For one thing, this would give him the upper hand in any negotiations. For another, having portrayed himself as a military leader — in the time-honored fashion, he visited the frontlines dressed in fatigues — he needs something that at least looks like a victory.

Feltman’s first order of business should be to restrain Abiy. The prime minister has thus far been immune to persuasion and to punitive economic measures, such as the suspension of European aid and the blocking of duty-free access to the U.S. market. But these, in effect, punish all Ethiopians for the actions of their leaders.

More targeted measures are called for. Biden has threatened to use sanctions to end the fighting, but has only imposed them on the third party to the conflict — the government of neighboring Eritrea, which entered the civil war on Abiy’s side. It is time to call out and sanction Ethiopians, on both the Tigrayan and government sides, who have enabled or committed crimes and abuses.

Despite the hurdles put up by the government, human rights agencies and humanitarian groups have been tabulating offenses by all combatants. Even as officials in Addis Ababa talk up war crimes ascribed to the rebels, they have suppressed information of wrongdoing — including mass rape and the recruitment of child fighters — by government forces and allied militias. Fislan Abdi, the minister Abiy tasked to document abuses, told the Washington Post last week that she was told to sweep inconvenient facts under the carpet. She resigned.

That brings up the question of Abiy’s culpability. His government claims the rebels sparked the civil war when they attacked a military base, but it is now becoming clear that the prime minister had been preparing an assault on the northern region long before then. As the New York Times has reported, Abiy plotted with the Eritrea’s President Isaias Afwerki against the Tigrayans even as the two leaders negotiated an end to decades of enmity between their countries in 2018 — the deal that won Abiy his Nobel.

The prime minister was apparently counting on the Peace Prize to draw attention away from the preparations that he and Isais were making for war against their common enemy: the Tigray People’s Liberation Front. Although the Tigrayans are a minority in multiethnic Ethiopia, the TPLF ran the government for the best part of three decades before Abiy’s accession to power. The Eritreans blame the TPLF for the war between the countries. Abiy is from the Oromo, the largest ethnic group, which was long denied a fair share of power by the Tigrayans.

Since he became prime minister, Abiy has systematically marginalized Tigrayans in the central government. The civil war has provided cover for crimes by government officials and forces. In the most recent example, says Human Rights Watch, thousands of Tigrayans repatriated from Saudi Arabia have been subjected to abuses ranging from arbitrary detention to forcible disappearance.

Abiy is hardly the first Nobel laureate to have brought dishonor to the prize. But, for obvious reasons, American presidents are leery about deploying sanctions against those who have been ennobled as peacemakers.

George W. Bush considered sanctioning Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, joint winner in 1994, but eventually thought better of it. For all his recklessness, Donald Trump could not bring himself to sanction Myanmar’s Aung San Suu Kyi, winner in 1991, for her government’s gruesome treatment of the Rohingya minority, and targeted only the country’s military commanders. (Ironically, those same commanders would go on to overthrow the civilian government and imprison Suu Kyi.)

Biden might do well to follow Trump’s example and target senior Ethiopian officials while giving Abiy a Nobel pass. Still, if the prime minister doesn’t take heed, he may well find himself in an ignoble category all of his own.

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The Fascist Oromo Regime of Ethiopia Detained, Abused Tigrayans Deported From Saudi | HRW

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on January 5, 2022

👉 ገብርኤል 👉 ማርያም 👉 ኡራኤል 👉 ጊዮርጊስ 👉 ተክለ ሐይማኖት 👉ዮሴፍ 😇 መድኃኔ ዓለም

💭 “ይህ በጣም አሰቃቂ ጉዳይ ነው፣ የትግራይ ተወላጆች በገዛ አገራቸው እየተሠወሩና እየታሰሩ ነው። በሳውዲ አረቢያ ለዓመታት የዘለቀው በደል ከደረሰባቸው በኋላ አሁን በራሳቸው ሃገርና መንግስት እየተሳደዱና እየተንገላቱ ነው፣ የመንቀሳቀስ ነጻነት እና ከዘመዶቻቸው ጋር ምንም አይነት ግንኙነት እንዳይኖራቸው ተደርገዋል።” የሂውማን ራይትስ ዋች ቃል ዓቀባይ ናዲያ ሃርድማን

💭 “It’s just horrifying, Tigrayan deportees are being disappeared and detained back home. After suffering sometimes years of awful abuse, (in Saudi Arabia) they are now being persecuted by their own government, denied freedom of movement and any contact with their loved ones.” Nadia Hardman of HRW.

💭 “There are Tigrayans in Saudi Arabia who now fear deportation more than they do imprisonment in Saudi Arabia,”

“Many of our friends who were returned stop answering their phones after a few weeks in Ethiopia. We have no idea where they are, and we fear the worst.”

💭 “በሳውዲ አረቢያ እስር ቤት ከሚደርስባቸው እስር በላይ አሁን ወደ ኢትዮጵያ መባረርን የሚፈሩ የትግራይ ተወላጆች አሉ”

“የተመለሱት ብዙ ጓደኞቻችን ኢትዮጵያ ከቆዩ ከጥቂት ሳምንታት በኋላ ስልኮቻቸውን ማንሳት አቁመዋል። የት እንዳሉ አናውቅም፤ እና በጣም የከፋውን እንፈራለን።”

😠😠😠 😢😢😢

💭 የፋሽስቱ ኦሮሞ አገዛዝ ከሳዑዲ የተባረሩ የትግራይ ተወላጆችን በጣም አስከፊ በሆነ ሁኔታ በማጎሪያ ካምፖች አጉሯቸዋል፤ በድሏቸዋል። ሳውዲ አረቢያ የትግራይ ተወላጆችን ወደ ኢትዮጵያ ማባረሯን ማቆም አለባት”፤ ይላል የሰብዓዊ መብት ተሟጋቹ ሂውማን ራይትስ ዋች።

አይ ኦሮሞ! አይ አማራ! ኢትዮጵያን ለአረቦች እንዲህ አሳልፋችሁ ትሰጧት!? ምንያህል ብትጠሏት ነው!? 😠😠😠 😢😢😢

💭 Saudi Arabia Should Stop Deporting Tigrayan Migrants to Ethiopia

Thousands of ethnic Tigrayans deported from Saudi Arabia have been detained, abused or forcibly disappeared after arriving back home in Ethiopia, Human Rights Watch said in a new report Wednesday.

The ethnic profiling and mistreatment of returnees detailed by HRW took place as the federal government fought Tigrayan rebels in a grinding year-long war that has cost thousands of lives and pushed many more people into famine.

Tigrayans repatriated from Saudi Arabia, where hundreds of thousands of Ethiopians have migrated to seek work over the years, were singled out and held in Addis Ababa and elsewhere against their will upon returning, HRW said.

Others were prevented from returning to Tigray, the northernmost region of Ethiopia, after being identified at roadside checkpoints or airports and transferred to detention facilities, the report said.

“Ethiopian authorities are persecuting Tigrayans deported from Saudi Arabia by wrongfully detaining and forcibly disappearing them,” said Nadia Hardman, refugee and migrants rights researcher at HRW.

The rights watchdog interviewed Tigrayans deported from Saudi Arabia to Ethiopia between December 2020 and September 2021, during which tens of thousands were repatriated under an agreement between the two countries.

Some of the Tigrayan deportees detained after arriving in Ethiopia reported suffering physical abuse, including beatings with rubber or wooden rods.

Others were accused of colluding with the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF), which ran Tigray before the start of the war, and is now considered a terrorist group by Addis Ababa.

Two deportees told HRW they were taken with other men from migrants centres by police and bused to coffee farms, where they were put to work in terrible conditions for no pay and little food.

Many were denied contact with family, and feared their relatives thought they were still in Saudi Arabia.

“The Ethiopian authorities’ detention of thousands of Tigrayan deportees from Saudi Arabia without informing their families of their arrest or whereabouts amounts to enforced disappearance, which also violates international law,” the report said.

In late 2021 the United States and its allies called on Ethiopia to stop unlawfully detaining its citizens on ethnic grounds under a wartime state of emergency declared in November.

Ethiopia’s own state-affiliated rights watchdog estimated that thousands had been caught up in sweeps that appears to target Tigrayans on their ethnicity alone.

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Ugandan President ‘Not Happy’ on Ethiopia’s TPLF Retreat

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on December 9, 2021

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni is reportedly not happy after he was told that Ethiopia’s Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) was retreating, two months after advancing on the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa which sparked concerns among the international community.

Speaking to Sudans Post this morning, a TPLF diplomat in Nebraska, United States said Museveni has told Debretsion Gebremichael that he has a ‘strong disapproval’ of the decision by TPLF forces to retreat after making gains against Ethiopian federal forces.

“What happened in Afar and Amhara regions was not only a defeat for the TPLF and its allies, but it is also a disappointment for the President of Uganda Yoweri Museveni who is not happy at all after all the gains and advances that we have made against the dictatorial regime of Abiy Ahmed,” the official told reporters on condition of anonymity.

“When he was told that the forces are retreating back towards Tigray, Museveni said in his own words, that ‘I am not happy and I have a strong disapproval for what your troops have done to please those forces’ and this is what he said, but it was something that was outside of our power,” the official added.

Museveni and his son are believed to be pro-Tigrayans in the ongoing Ethiopian conflict.

In November his son Gen. Muhoozi Kainerugaba who is also a senior army commander sent shivers down the spines of some people for openly backing the Tigrayan rebel forces currently fighting the elected government of PM Abiy Ahmed.

Gen. Muhoozi posted on his verified Twitter account saying: “Our great Tigrayan brothers and sisters cannot be defeated. They have an unconquerable spirit!”

Two days earlier, Gen. Muhoozi had openly stated that he supports the cause of the Tigrayan forces who are currently fighting the government of President Abiy Ahmed.

“I urge my great and brave brothers in the Tigrayan Defence Forces to listen to the words of General Yoweri Museveni! I am as angry as you and I support your cause. Those who raped our Tigrayan sisters and killed our brothers must be punished!”

‘We have to turn back’

In a statement, TPLF leader Debretsion said the decision by his leadership to retreat was necessary due to unforeseen circumstances has Ethiopian federal forces have deployed heavily along the areas recently occupied by the Tigray People’s Liberation Front.

“We evaluated the overall situation, both ours as well as that of the enemy, and arrived at the decision on our own. We have to turn back; we shouldn’t continue in the present [course]; we have to carry out additional tasks, additional adjustments’ – it was after we identified this that we arrived at the decision,” he said in the statement.

“It was a tough decision but one which had to be made. We have to understand that it was a correct decision. [The decision] wasn’t made because of diplomatic pressure or through discussions,” he added.

The rebel leader further pointed out that “We don’t make discussions which the people of Tigray are not aware of or diplomatic activities which the people of Tigray have not accepted… This is a time of fierce struggle.”

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Tigrayans Fled Hundreds of Miles to Escape War in Ethiopia. But They Fear it Wasn’t Far Enough

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on December 8, 2021

👉 From The Washington Post

💭 “Human rights groups warn that Teklemichael’s disappearance is an ominous indicator of the long reach of Abiy Ahmed„

💭 “የሰብአዊ መብት ተሟጋች ድርጅቶች የአቶ ተክለሚካኤል መሰወር የአብይ አህመድን ረጅም መድረስ አመላካች ነው ሲሉ አስጠንቅቀዋል”

💭 Ethiopian businessman of Tigrayan origin, Samson Teklemichael gets kidnapped in a broad daylight in Nairobi.

They watched friends die in the mountains of Tigray. They survived imprisonment. They paid bribes and suffered from injuries as they fled the civil war devastating Ethiopia.

When the four Tigrayan asylum seekers made it to Nairobi this spring, at first they felt safe. Living in a one-room apartment more than 1,000 miles from the fighting, the friends — three medical workers and one journalist — said they were reassured to be in Kenya, a democracy and one of the region’s most stable countries.

But it was not long before their sense of security dissipated. Rumors abounded about intelligence officers surveilling Tigrayans on behalf of the Ethiopian and Eritrean governments.

Then, late last month, in an incident that sparked an outcry in Kenya and attracted international attention, two men dragged a prominent businessman of Tigrayan descent out of his Bentley and into a Subaru as he sat in Nairobi traffic. A traffic officer appeared in a widely shared video to be holding the door of Samson Teklemichael’s car open to assist his captors. Teklemichael could be heard pleading for bystanders to record his capture.

More than two weeks after Teklemichael was taken, it is not clear who was responsible or what their motivation was, said Kenya police spokesman Bruno Isohi Shioso. Police are still investigating, he said, and seeking tips from the public.

Mulugeta, one of the four Tigrayan friends living in Nairobi, was so shaken he did not leave the apartment for two days.

“I felt free,” he said. “But now my hope is lost.”

For more than a year, Ethiopia has been engulfed in a civil war that has claimed thousands of lives and put hundreds of thousands at risk of famine. The fighting between Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s government forces and rebels led by the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) began as a political power struggle and is now increasingly driven by ethnic rivalries.

Human rights groups warn that Teklemichael’s disappearance is an ominous indicator of the long reach of Abiy, who just two years ago won the Nobel Peace Prize. He has referred to leaders of the TPLF, which dominated the country’s politics for three decades and is resented by many non-Tigrayan Ethiopians, as “cancer” and “weeds.”

Abiy’s spokeswoman Billene Seyoum declined to comment for this story. Another government spokesman, Legesse Tulu, did not respond to requests for comment.

U.S. special envoy for the Horn of Africa Jeffrey Feltman said during a news conference that he would look into the alleged abduction, adding that reports of police in Addis Ababa going door-to-door arresting Tigrayans were alarming. The United States, Canada, Denmark, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom on Tuesday condemned reports of mass detentions of Tigrayans by the Ethiopian government, saying arrests without charges “likely constitute violations of international law and must cease immediately.”

“The brazen daylight abduction of Mr. Teklemichael on a busy Nairobi street has left many people shaken,” said Irũngũ Houghton, executive director for Amnesty International Kenya. “The collapse of the rule of law that we have seen in Addis Ababa, with thousands of Tigrayans being arrested on the streets, that chaos, that lawlessness, must not be allowed to show up in Kenya.”

Teklemichael’s wife, Milen Haleform Mezgebo, said in an interview that she had not heard from her husband since he was taken. Fearing for the safety of their three children, she pulled them out of school.

Mulugeta and his three friends limit their interactions with new people. When they see other Ethiopians on the street, they wonder if they are spies. Citing security concerns, they spoke on the condition that they be identified only by their second names.

The men are part of what analysts say is likely a large network of Tigrayans living illegally in Nairobi, unrecognized by the Kenyan government or UNHCR, the United Nation’s refugee agency. There were only 168 refugees from Tigray officially registered in Kenya in 2020 and 2021, said UNHCR spokeswoman Eujin Byun, and they have been transferred to Kakuma, one of Kenya’s refugee camps, per the government’s policy. The pandemic has contributed to a backlog of processing requests, Byun said.

Ethiopian asylum seekers must come through Kakuma to complete the refugee registration process, said Joseph Kotolo, Kenya’s head of refugee status determination. But the men in Nairobi said they worry about their health and safety at Kakuma, where nearly 200,000 people live in often bleak conditions. They believe the thousands of Ethiopians living there could pose a threat, although spokespeople for UNHCR and Kenya’s refugee agency said they had not heard reports of any attacks targeting Tigrayans at Kakuma.

The four men acknowledged, though, that their legal limbo contributes to their fear. They have repeatedly called the U.N. hotline, trying to secure status as legal refugees.

Teklemichael was “a businessman and a legal person who had been living in Kenya for a long time,” Mulugeta said. “I am not a businessperson. I am not a legal person. I have no money. … If he was abducted, what about us?”

Getting out

After fighting broke out last November in Ethiopia’s mountainous north, each of the men experienced a different version of the terror that forced them to leave.

Mulugeta, who was in Addis Ababa, said he was repeatedly punched by a police officer and dragged to a makeshift prison where he was detained for 40 days.

Hailay and Khasay, who worked together in the Tigray region’s health department, said they watched bombs kill two pharmacist colleagues in the hills of Abiy Addi in December. Hailay, 28, and Khasay, 26, tried unsuccessfully to resuscitate the men, who had been walking dozens of feet ahead of them. There was no time to bury the bodies, they said, because more bombs were coming. They alleged the bombs were dropped by the Ethiopian government.

Teklemariam, 27, a childhood friend of Hailay, said he ran from Eritrean soldiers who repeatedly shot at him after taking control of his hometown, Enticho. Soldiers looted his family’s farm, he said, taking grain, shoes, clothes and cooking supplies.

When he traveled to Tigray’s capital last winter to pick up his paycheck, he called Hailay. With Khasay, they devised a plan.

“The only choice,” Teklemariam said, “was to escape from that horror.”

The deterioration of Africa’s second-most-populous country has been staggering. Once heralded for pursing democratic reforms and brokering peace deals in the region, Prime Minister Abiy is leading the battle on the front lines. The United Nations predicts hundreds of thousands of refugees will flee.

Traveling by bus through Ethiopia, Hailay, Khasay and Teklemariam were stopped near the border by an official at a checkpoint. He asked for their identification cards and demanded to know where they were coming from, they said. Not wanting to lie, they told him Tigray’s capital. Then he brought them to a small, bug-infested house where they estimated about 50 men were being held as prisoners.

For four days, the men said they were beaten by guards who demanded money they did not have.

Eventually, Hailay reached a friend who convinced the officials to release them.

With money gathered from friends, they paid smugglers to get them to Nairobi. The nearly 500-mile journey took a week by foot, motorbike and van. They ate only a handful of times, drank water from the river; and traveled mostly at night to avoid detection. At one point, the smugglers insisted they cross a crocodile-infested river.

Mulugeta, who they met on the journey, became like an older brother.

When Mulugeta, 35, fainted in the heat at one point and badly burned his leg while falling off a motorbike at another, they helped care for him. And when Mulugeta learned his friends in Nairobi had offered to pay for a one-room apartment, he offered to share it.

‘We are not secure here’

Teklemariam walked through Nairobi’s bustling streets one October evening, collecting the ingredients needed for dinner. He bought cow meat from the butcher around the corner and injera — a spongy bread that is a staple of Ethiopian cooking — from a woman who enveloped him in a hug.

He fist-bumped a gaggle of children on the way out.

“Nice Ethiopians,” he said, explaining that the family that owned the store was from the Amhara region, which has long had tense relations with Tigray. But they had welcomed him and his friends.

Back in the room, the other three men were carefully weaving around each other in the corner that served as a kitchen, chopping onions and chile peppers, starting the gas burner on which the meat stew would be cooked and arranging stools and sleeping pads around the makeshift table.

Since arriving in March, each has had their own struggles.

When the TPLF advanced in November, Teklemariam cheered. But rounds of government airstrikes in Tigray that were reported to have killed civilians muted his excitement. He guessed that any TPLF gains would be followed by retaliatory strikes. He feared for his family, from whom he had not heard in months because of a government communications blackout.

“Many Tigrayans are in a blue mood at this moment,” said Teklemariam, who said he was too traumatized to watch footage of the strikes. “Many people have become silent.”

The current situation, the men said, is not sustainable. Unable to work, they rely on the generosity of Nairobi’s Tigrayan community. They eat only two meals a day and have started buying pasta and ugali, a stiff flour porridge, because it is cheaper than injera.

Their six-month passes acknowledging them as asylum seekers expired in October. They said their calls to the U.N. hotline have been brushed off.

Teklemariam emerged from an interview with Kenya’s refugee agency in November in tears. An official told him, he said, to report to Kakuma or go back to his country.

Friends have said the only other way to get the paperwork needed to be in Nairobi legally is to pay bribes. But they do not have the money.

They now hope to get even further away, maybe to the United States or Europe.

What they know for now, Teklemariam said, is this: “We are not secure here.”

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