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አልጀሪያ በብዙ ሺዎች የሚቆጠሩ አፍሪቃውያንን ያለ ምግብና ውኃ ሳሃራ በረሃ ላይ ጣለቻቸው

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on July 17, 2018

እስከ 13ሺህ ይጠጋሉ፤ ከጊኒ፣ ናይጄሪያ፣ ማሊ፣ ኒጀር እና ካሜሩን ወደ አልጀሪያ የገቡ፤ አብዛኞቹም ሙስሊሞች ናቸው።

ላለፉት ጥቂት ዓመታት ከ 30ሺህ እስከ 3ሚሊየን የሚሆኑ ጥቁር አፍሪቃውያንን የበረሃ አሸዋ በልቷቸው ሕይወታቸው አልፋለች።

ያለ ምግብ ውኃ ምድረ በዳ ላይ ተጣሉ፤ እንደምን ተጣሉ? ልበል፤ እንስሳ እንኳን እንዲ አይጣልም፤ አዎ! እንደ ቆሻሻ ተጣሉ፤ 99% የሚሆኑት ሙስሊም ወገኖቻቸው ናቸው። ይህን የአረብ ሙስሊም አልጀሪያን ጭካኔ የተሞላበት ተግባር አውሮፓውያን ሙሉ በሙሉ ደግፈውታል፤ አንድም የሚያዝን ነዋሪ ድርጊቱን ሲያወግዝ አልሰማሁም፣ አላነበብኩም። እንዲያውም አልጀሪያ ለዚህ እርምጃ መሸለም አለባት ይላሉ፤ እነዚህ “ጥቁር አውሬዎች” አውሮፓ እንዳይገቡ ይፈልጋሉና። አሁን ተረዳን ለምን አንጌል “ኤሊዛቤል” ሜርከል ተጣድፋ በሚሊየን የሚቆጠሩትን በጥባጭ አረቦችንና አፍጋኖችን ወደ አውሮፕ እንዲጎርፉ ያደረገችው? አዎ! የአፍሪቃ ተራ ሲደርስ አሁን ጀልባው ሞልቷል!

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African Migrants Report Torture, Slavery In Algeria | አፍሪቃውያን ስደተኞች ከሊቢያ በይበልጥ የከፋ የባርነት ስቃይ በ አልጀሪያ ይደርስባቸዋል

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 1, 2018

ይህ ትናንትና የወጣ አዲስ ሪፖርት ነው። እንጊድህ አረብ ሙስሊሞች ለ 1400 ዓመታት ያህል እያካሄዱት ያሉት ሥራ ይህን ይመስላል። አንድ ጥቁር አፍሪቃዊ ይህን እያየ እንዴት እስላም ሊሆን ይችላል? እንዴት? እንዴት? እንዴት?

አፍሪቃውያኑ በእንደዚህ ዓይነት አስከፊ ሁኔታ ላይ በሰሜን አፍሪቃ መገኘታቸው አውሮፓውያኑን ያረካቸዋል። ይህ መዋጥ ያለብን ሃቅ ነው። ለዚህም ምክኒያቶች አሉት፦

በአንድ በኩል አፍሪቃውያን ወደ አውሮፓ እንዳይጎርፉ ይህን ድርጊት እንደማስፈራሪያ ሲጠቀሙበት፣ በሌላ በኩል ደግሞ፡ “ከእኛ አውሮፓውያን በይበልጥ የከፉት አረብ ሙስሊሞቹ ናቸው፡ ተመልከቱ!”፡ በሚል ርካሽ የፍልስፍና ጨዋታ እራሳቸውን “ጻድቅ” ለማድረግ ስለሚሹ ነው።

ሮማውያኑ “ካቶሊኮች” ከሺህ ዓመታት በፊት ክርስቲያን የነበረችውን ሰሜን አፍሪቃን ለአረብ ሙስሊሞች መተዋቸው አፍሪቃውያኑ ወደ አውሮፓ በቀላሉ እንዳይሻገሩ ይከላከሉላቸው ዘንድ ግንብ መሥራታቸው ነበር። ምስራቅ ሮም ወይም ኦርቶዶክስ ክርስቲያን የነበረችውንም ኮኒስታንትኖፕልን ለቱርክ ያስረከቡት እነዚሁ ሮማውያን “ካቶሊኮች” ናቸው። ኤርትራም እንደዚሁ። እናስታውሳለን፡ በባደሜ ጦርነት ወቅት

አስታራቂ” መስለው በአልጀርስ ለስብሰባ ሲጋብዙን?! „አቤት ቅሌት! አቤት ኅፍረት“ ያልኩበት የማይረሳ ጉዳይ ነበር።

ሰሜን አፍሪቃ ሰብዓዊ የሆነው የክርስትና ማሕበረሰብ አሁን ቢኖራት ኖሮ ግማሽ የሆነው አውሮፓዊ፡ አፍሪቃዊ ዝርያ በኖረው ነበር፤ ስለዚህ አረብ ሙስሊሞቹ ለአውሮፓ ጠንካራ የዋስትና ግንቦች ናቸው። ይህን ክስተት አሁን በግልሽ የምናየው ነው።


African Migrants Report Torture, Slavery In Algeria


Dozens of Africans say they were sold for labour and trapped in slavery in Algeria in what aid agencies fear may be a widening trend of abusing migrants headed for a new life in Europe.

Algerian authorities could not be reached for comment and several experts cast doubt on claims that such abuses are widespread in the north African country.

The tightly governed state has become a popular gateway to the Mediterranean since it became tougher to pass through Libya, where slavery, rape and torture are rife.

Amid a surge in anti-migrant sentiment, Algeria since late last year has sent thousands of migrants back over its southern border into Niger, according to the United Nations Migration Agency (IOM), where many tell stories of exploitation.

The scale of abuse is not known, but an IOM survey of thousands of migrants suggested it could rival Libya.

The Thomson Reuters Foundation heard detailed accounts of forced labour and slavery from an international charity and a local association in Agadez, Niger’s main migrant transit hub, and interviewed two of the victims by telephone.

The first time they sold me for 100,000 CFA francs ($170),” said Ousmane Bah, a 21-year-old from Guinea who said he was sold twice in Algeria by unknown captors and worked in construction.

They took our passports. They hit us. We didn’t eat. We didn’t drink,” he told the Thomson Reuters Foundation. “I was a slave for six months.”

Accounts of abuse are similar, said Abdoulaye Maizoumbou, a project coordinator for global charity Catholic Relief Services. Of about 30 migrants he met who were deported from Algeria, about 20 said they had been enslaved, he said.

In most cases, migrants said they were sold in and around the southern city of Tamanrasset shortly after entering the country, often by smugglers of their own nationality, he said.

Some said they were tortured in order to blackmail their parents into paying the captors, but even when the money arrived they were forced to work for no pay, or sold, said Maizoumbou.

One man told the Thomson Reuters Foundation he slept in a sheep pen and suffered beatings if an animal got sick or dirty.

They would bring out machetes and I would get on my knees and apologise and they would let it go,” said Ogounidje Tange Mazu, from Togo.

The IOM in Algeria has received three reports this year from friends and relatives of African migrants held hostage and forced to work in the country. “It’s probably just an indication that it is happening. How big it is we don’t know,” said its chief of mission Pascal Reyntjens.

What happens in Algeria surpasses what happens in Libya,” said Bachir Amma, a Nigerien ex-smuggler who runs a football club and a local association to inform migrants of the risks.

Migrants in Libya are often starved and beaten by armed groups, and there have been reports of “open slave markets” where migrants are put on sale, according to the U.N. human rights office.

Amma said he had spoken with more than 75 migrants back from Algeria, the majority of whom described slave-like conditions.

NGOs don’t know about this because they’re too interested in Libya,” he told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.

In 2016, the IOM surveyed about 6,300 migrants in Niger, most of whom had returned from Algeria and Libya. Sixty-five percent of those who had lived in Algeria said they had experienced violence and abuse, compared to 61 percent in Libya. An estimated 75,000 migrants live in Algeria, the IOM said.

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Mediterranean: Murderers of African ‘Boat People’ Will Now Get Visa Access into Europe

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on November 23, 2016

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Europeans Reward Muslims for their terrorism and lawlesness –and Muslims reward back European generosity by blowing them up and themselves.

Yesterday it was Turkey, Today it’s Tunisia, and Tomorrow will be Egypt, Algeria and Libya who will be granted visa access by the doomed Antichrist EU.

The time for these satanic NWO technocrats is running out, they don’t seem to hide their intention anymore. They preach as good what the Lord calls evil and vice versa – they disgracefully continue doing the same evil again and again.

It’s obvious by now what lies behind their lunacy is their luciferian mission to destroy the Judeo-Christian civilization through mass Islamic immigration. The Islamization of Christian nations plays an essential role as their tool.

Muslim mass immigration into the EU is enabled by the Euromediterranean (Eurabia) Process, adopted in Barcelona 1995 – later to become the Union for the Mediterranean.

It has now given advanced status with visa facilitation for Muslims into the EU to Morocco, and Tunisia and Jordan – with Egypt, Algeria and Libya to follow. Connect the dots: Those who were let to perish in the Mediterranean waters were undesired Africans, and mostly Christians. Unofficial estimate for 2016: Perhaps, up to 20.000 Africans were MURDERED in the Mediterranean.

Eyes on South Sudan (Ethiopia): Why are there very few refugees in Europe and North America from a war-torn state of South Sudan? Why are European states sending their soldiers (“peacekeepers”) to this young mineralrich nation? The Luciferians are even forcing Japan to send its soldiers there (the 1st time outside Japan since the end of WWll – for that  it got a warning call with the Earthquake)

Despite EU’s silence on the current devastating state of human rights violations in Turkey, there are calls to list Erdogan’s Turkey as a state sponsor of terrorism. Turkey’s Support for IS terrorists is proven, Turkey’s envolvement in other countries: Russia (Chechnya), China (Xinjiang), Israel/Gaza (Hamas), Yugoslavia (Bosnia), Serbia (Kosovo), Georgia (Pankisi), Egypt (Muslim Brotherhood); aggression against neighbors (invasion and occupation of Cyprus, violation of Greece’s airspace, blockade of Armenia); and denial of genocides against Christian Armenians, Greeks, and Assyrians is also undeniable.

When we come to Tunisia, Tunisia has produced more Islamic State jihadis than any other nation on earth, with 7,000 ISIS militants hailing from the terror infested country, yet EU big wigs are intent on allowing its citizens more lenient access into Europe, while, at the same time, “failed asylum-Seekers” in Europe (probably Africans) will be deported to the hell-holed deserts of North Africa – as The Express reported:

EU To Grant Terror-Ridden Tunisia ‘ambitious’ Visa Access In Desperate Migrant Deal

FAILED asylum seekers will be expelled from the European Union and sent to Tunisia under a controversial new policy that could ultimately result in more North Africans moving to the Brussels bloc.

The terror-riddled country is set to take in thousands of rejected refugees in return for more lenient visa regulations for its own citizens.

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Obama’s New US Census Category for Arabs Modeled After Eritrea’s Rashaida Arabs?

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on October 5, 2016

Obama Administration Moves To Create New Census Category For People With ‘Middle East And North Africa’ Origin

2016-10-05_025257President Obama doesn’t see himself as a “lame duck” president, and you can expect him to be transforming America until the day he leaves office. Now the administration is trying to change the census so Middle Eastern people have their own category.

As it stands now, whites of European ancestry and people of Middle Eastern ancestry are classed together as “Whites.” This change would remove the Middle Eastern ancestry people from the White category and create the new MENA category – that is, Middle East and North Africa.

According to the USA Today article “White House wants to add new racial category for Middle Eastern people” (Gregory Korte, Oct. 1, 2016), “[t]he White House is putting forward a proposal to add a new racial category for people from the Middle East and North Africa under what would be the biggest realignment of federal racial definitions in decades. If approved, the new designation could appear on census forms in 2020 and could have far-reaching implications for racial identity, anti-discrimination laws and health research.”

So what’s going on here? According to the article, “… scholars and community leaders say more and more people with their roots in the Middle East find themselves caught between white, black and Asian classifications that don’t fully reflect their identities.”

So it’s about their “identities,” not the well-being of our nation.

Plus they’d be eligible for government goodies and would have preference over European-origin whites in affirmative action. No wonder it sounds so popular.

Back in the old segregation days, immigrants from the Middle East wanted to identify as white. Now that our nation discriminates against whites (in affirmative action programs and disparate impact rulings), it appears that many Middle Eastern origin people want off the white train and on to the Gravy Train.

Helan Samhan of the Arab American Institute said that the change “… helps these communities feel less invisible. It’s a good step, a positive step.”

Feelings, feelings, feelings. And power. Yes, it’s about feelings and power.

The White House Office of Management and Budget has placed a notice of the proposal in the Federal Register, where you can comment on it if you like.

Here’s how the article describes the proposed new category: “Under the proposal, the new Middle East and North African designation – or MENA, as it’s called by population scholars – is broader in concept than Arab (an ethnicity) or Muslim (a religion). It would include anyone from a region of the world stretching from Morocco to Iran, and including Syrian and Coptic Christians, Israeli Jews and other religious minorities.”

Wait a minute – if Israeli Jews are included in the MENA category, what about American-born Jews? Will they be considered MENA?

How about people of Turkish, Sudanese, and Somali origin? There’s been debate about these groups. Where do they fit in?

According to the USA Today article, “[a]dding a box on the census form could have implications beyond racial identity. According to the White House notice, the new data could be used for a wide range of political and policy purposes, including …” and then it lists five areas in which the category would be relevant. Let’s look at each one and cut through the rhetoric:

  1. Enforcing the Voting Rights Act and drawing congressional and state legislative district boundaries.”
    TRANSLATION: More federal meddling in local politics.
  2. Establishing federal affirmative action plans and evaluating claims of employment discrimination in employment in the private sector.”
    TRANSLATION: More discrimination against European-origin white people who remain in the White category.
  3. Monitoring discrimination in housing, mortgage lending and credit.”
    TRANSLATION: More meddling and social engineering.
  4. Enforcing school desegregation policies.”
    TRANSLATION: More federal meddling in local education.
  5. Helping minority-owned small businesses get federal grants and loans.”
    TRANSLATION: Allowing MENA-origin people to get goodies from the government they can’t get now by being classified as lowly whites.

Also, says the article, the new category “would help the government and independent scholars understand more about trends in health, employment and education.”

Well, we no longer have religious questions on the census, but scholars can still research religious demography. Why does the government have to be involved in everything?

This proposed change would mean more government expense, more intrusive Big Government, and more discrimination against European-origin white Americans.

Michigan congresswoman Debbie Dingell thinks it’s great, because then a lot of her constituents would be enabled to “accurately identify themselves and access the employment, health, education and representation services that are based on census data.” TRANSLATION: More goodies from the government, subsidized by non-MENA taxpayers.

And think about this: if Hillary is elected, you can expect a lot more “refugees” from the Middle East, thus increasing the MENA population.


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Now read the following sad story — written by the wonderful Meron Estifanos — to learn what Arabs will do to Americans in the near future.

Bedouin Rashaida

Attention! The video contains very strong graphic images

The Rashaida ethnic group is one of the nine ethnic groups in Eritrea. Originally they came to Eritrea fleeing tribal wars and starvation in Arabia about 140 years ago.

The Rashaida as a distinct Arabic ethnic group live in scattered areas in western and northern Eritrea, parts of Egypt, bordering the Sinai desert and Eastern Sudan. These people do not have a permanent residence and settled life. In fact, they are the most favored ethnic group according to the Eritrean political structure. These are the same people whose youth are exempted from any forced conscription and whose members are free of any national duties. And now, they have moved too far, acting as de facto administrators of the western borders of Eritrea and Eastern Sudan. They set their mobile tents across the scorching deserts of Eastern Sudan, waiting for new preys to come. There are three main ways by which the Rashaida hunt their victims. Most of the time, they hijack the victims when they cross the border all by themselves. At times, they kidnap them from the refugee camps and there are times too, when some human smugglers hand over the refugees for certain amount of money (in other words, the Bedouin Rasahida buy the refugees from other smugglers at a certain price and use them to gain more money)

Kidnapping Refugees At The Borders

Before the refugees arrive at the refugee camps, they (Rashaida bandits) kidnap the clueless youth and take them as hostages. They keep them under a tight control, their hands and legs tied with chains so that they could do no harm to them. And they search every part of their bodies, asking them if they have a mobile phone or an address book that shows they have relatives abroad. They force them to call their family members abroad and ask them to send money. To do so, the Bedouin Rashaida took the refugees to their scattered and remote houses. Usually, the Rashaida ethnic group whether they live in Eritrea, Sudan, or Egypt, they are not integrated with other tribes or groups of people – and they live in tents at family level. This is one of their conducive environments to do their evil deeds. Their houses are often tents and originally they were nomads, but these days they are abandoning to drive camels or herd goats – instead they are engaged in kidnapping Eritreans using guns and pick-up cars. Their daily work is to drive to the Sudanese-Eritrean border and to look if there are Eritrean immigrants coming. Once they kidnap an Eritrean, they will put shackles both in his legs and hands. Then the victim will be asked to talk to his relatives abroad to transfer ransom money to the kidnappers’ account in order to be released. If there is any delay in transferring the money, the victim will be physically abused and/or raped. If the victim has no relatives abroad, he/she will be forced to call to Eritrea and to tell his/her family to transfer the ransom money. The more the money transfer is delayed, the more the victim is abused, tortured, raped…etc.

Once the kidnapper gets the money, he will not let the victim to go to the refugee camp – instead he tells to other friends to come and to take the victims. The later will also do the same. In other words the kidnapper is selling the refugees to other kidnappers.

Kidnapping Refugees From Refugee Camp

Starting from the last two years, the Rashaida bandits have devised another mechanism to cause maximum suffering on Eritrean emigrants in Eastern Sudan. They search new Eritrean emigrants in the agricultural fields near the UNHCR refugee camp, kidnap them and take them directly to Egyptian Sinai – the headquarters of Bedouin Rashaida where the greatest human rights violation takes place. In Sinai, every hostage is asked to pay around US$8000 to US$20000. For someone from Eritrea, with less than $ 500 per capita, it is highly unlikely to afford to pay such money. Then the hostage’s life will end there, if he/she does not get financial support from relatives or friends abroad. Those who pay the money will face another threat to their lives in their attempt to cross to Israel – Egyptian police could shoot them to death. Only the lucky ones will arrive in Israel.

Recently, with the new anti-emigrants policy of Israel, the number of Eritreans who willingly go to Israel has declined. This means, the Rasahida Bedouin’s business is severely hit. As an alternative, the Rashaida are engaged to hijack Eritrean refugees from the UNHCR’s refugee camp in Eastern Sudan. Most of the victims were kidnapped from the agricultural fields near the camp. As the UNHCR’s camp does not provide the basic necessities for refugees, some of the refugees especially those who have no relatives abroad, work in the nearby agricultural fields. The ration of UNHCR per refugee for two weeks’ time is: a half kilo of lentils, a half-liter of oil and six kilos of sorghum or wheat – nothing more. It could be easily understood how the Eritrean refugees are suffering. Therefore, refugees have to work in the nearby agricultural fields – although with scanty wages, often with less than US$ 4 per day. Most of the recent victims who were kidnapped and taken to Egyptian Sinai were taken from the agricultural fields. However, there are also several Eritrean refugees high jacked from the Camp of UNHCR itself.

Kidnapping Refugees From Other Smugglers

There are also a few Eritreans who are actively participating and collaborating in this inhumane act of high jacking. These are the same people who have in many ways suffered from the repressive regime in Asmara and now amassing a huge sum of money by brokering people between different Bedouin Rashaida. They pretend to help the youth out of Eritrea by arranging the journey. And they charge thousands of US dollars from their subjects. At times, these people sell Eritrean refugees to the Rashaida as commodities and in return they get money. They get their fair share for that matter and the victim faces a life threatening situation.

The Bedouin Rashaida – who consider Eritrean refugees/emigrants as commodities – have no respect for Eritrean life nor do they have a little sympathy for humanity.

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6 African Countries That Are Hostile Toward Black People

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on May 23, 2016

AFRICAN REFUGEES SAY ARAB MUSLIMS MORE RACIST THAN EUROPEANS

Arabs hate black people. And that is not from today, it is in their blood

1. Morocco

Travelers to Morocco often describe the stunning landscape with mountains, deserts, valleys, and uninterrupted miles of beaches on the Mediterranean and Atlantic coasts. What’s often overlooked is the way Black people are treated in the country.

In a 2010 Afrik-news.com article, author Smahane Bouyahia reports that Blacks in Morocco — natives, immigrants from elsewhere in Africa, and African-Americans — are often targets of racial discrimination.

In Morocco, and north Africa, there is a serious problem of racism towards Black people. Called ‘Black Africans,’ they are considered descendants of slaves and labeled ‘hartani’—literally, ‘second-rate free men’—or even worse, ‘aâzi’—which translates to ‘bloody Negro.’ Blacks in Morocco, be they students, migrants from the south of the Sahara or others, are constant victims of discrimination,” Bouyahia wrote.

In 2012, French cable news channel, France 24, reported that a Moroccan newsweekly magazine published an article about sub-Saharan Africans coming into the country. The title of the article was “Le péril noir,” the black peril, or the black menace.

France 24 also displayed the cover page of another Moroccan magazine, written in Arabic, with an image of what appears to be African immigrants standing in front of a building under the title caption: “The black crickets invading Morocco’s north.”

One student highlighted in Bouyahia’s article described his experience studying in Morocco:

Often, when I’m just walking down the street, people will call me a “dirty Black man” or call me a slave. Young Moroccans have physically assaulted me on several occasions, for no reason, and passers-by who saw this didn’t lift a finger to help me. All my friends are Black and they have all had similar experiences. Even the girls get insulted in the street. To avoid getting hurt, I now try to ignore the insults. But if someone starts to hit me, what can I do? I have to defend myself.”

2. Algeria

Many migrants from sub-Saharan Africa moved to Libya to find jobs, but because of that country’s current crisis, more of them are making homes in other countries, such as Algeria.

In Algeria’s city of Boufarik, hundreds of migrants live in area known by locals as “the African camp” or “the camp of the Blacks.”

With the increase of sub-Saharan migrants in the country, Algerians are becoming openly racist, accusing them of being dirty, jobless and spreading diseases. Local media outlets are also playing an important role in the increase of racism against the migrants.

With the increase of sub-Saharan migrants in the country, Algerians are becoming openly racist, accusing them of being dirty, jobless and spreading diseases. Local media outlets are also playing an important role in the increase of racism against the migrants.

The daily Al-Fajr (The Dawn) published an article declaring, “Thousands of Africans invading the streets of the capital,” and blaming them for “spreading epidemics and other social ills, such as trafficking in counterfeit money.”

3. Libya

Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi had for many years allowed guest workers to travel from all over Africa to find work in Libya. However, during the 2011 Libyan civil war, rumors began to surface that sub-Saharan mercenaries paid for by Gadhafi were being used to attack demonstrators in Libya’s towns and cities.

Although several NGOs found no evidence of such mercenaries, the rumors were followed by gruesome attacks on the country’s many Black African migrant workers. But animosity toward Black immigrants did not begin with the civil war.

In his 2011 Thinkafricapress.com article, Beyond Mercenaries: Racism In North Africa, Tom Little writes:

In spite of evidence showing widespread violence against migrant workers trying to escape the turmoil, the foreign press suggested that these attacks were regrettable but to be expected given the atrocities committed by [Gadhafi’s] mercenaries. Few, however, picked up on the fact that these attacks are symptomatic of a racial prejudice that is deeply rooted and widely spread throughout North Africa and the wider Arab world.”

4. Mauritania

Since it gained its independence from France in 1960, Mauritania has struggled with ethnic tension between the Afro-Mauritanians and so-called Arab-Mauritanians.

In 1989, thousands of Black Mauritanians were forced to flee to neighboring Senegal and Mali. They were reportedly forcibly deported by the Mauritanian military, according to an interview given to NPR by Souleymane Sagna, an aid worker in the country.

The situation of those Black Mauritania was quite particular, in that very often people are moving during a conflict, but in the case of the Negro Mauritanians, there have been many militarily deported through military trucks to Senegal and Mali,” she said.

Today, although Mauritania officially abolished slavery for a third time in 2007, making it punishable by up to ten years in prison, the practice still exists.

In the northwestern African country, Arab Muslims—called the Bidanes, still hold Haratine (enslaved Africans) as property. An estimated 90,000 Mauritanians remain essentially enslaved, as previouslyreported by Atlanta Blackstar.

5. Tunisia

Tunisia, like its other Arabic neighbors in North Africa, has a significant Black population as well as migrant workers from sub-Saharan Africa, although their exact numbers are unknown. They are noticeably absent in up-and-coming neighborhoods, and are largely found living in cheap, overcrowded structures in run-down areas such as La Goulette.

In 2004, Tunisian journalist Affet Mosbah wrote for Jeune Afrique, describing the difficulties of being Black and Tunisian. She talked of the widespread custom of calling Black Arabs “oussif” or “abid,” Arabic terms that refer back to Black slaves common in the Middle East until the beginning of the 20th century.

Mosbah explained that this custom is so embedded in the culture that Tunisians call their Black friends by these offensive names, insensitive to how offensive they are.

6. Egypt

While traveling in Egypt, its good to note that Black Egyptians and immigrants from sub-Saharan Africa face daily incidents of racism and prejudice.

Reuters reporter Cynthia Johnston reports in her article, Egypt’s African Migrants Dodge Rocks, Fight Racism, that migrant workers from Burkina Faso, Ghana, Sudan, Cameroon, Niger and Chad have suffered daily abuse at the hands of Egyptian Arabs. Some have been stoned, shouted at, spat on and even stabbed at as they go about their business in the streets, according to her article.

Several media outlets reported a December 2005 incident, where Egyptian riot police brutally attacked a camp of Sudanese refugees in Cairo who were protesting their treatment. In front of television cameras, at least 23 refugees were killed, and hundreds of others were injured, arrested, imprisoned or deported. There was little public protest.

Black Africans report verbal harassment and negative language, such as being called “oonga boonga” orsamara [black], as well as physical attacks in the streets by the public and even by Egyptian law enforcement officials, reports Michael Curtis, writer for Gatestone Institute, a New York international policy think tank.

Blacks are being stopped for random identity checks on the basis of skin color, and have faced arbitrary roundups, he continued.

In a 2011 article on Root.com, the author reports that southern Sudanese women are routinely targets of verbal public abuse. Carloads of Arab men drive by them, hanging out of windows, shouting catcalls, or making loud demands for sexual favors.

Although Nubians are among the indigenous inhabitants of what is now considered modern Egypt, they are not spared discrimination based on skin color.

Nada Zeitoun, a Nubian filmmaker from the upper Egyptian city of Aswan, was denied service at a pharmacy in central Cairo in 2013 because the pharmacist said he “didn’t accept money from Black hands.”

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Osama Bin Laden said to the Sudanese-American novelist Kola Boof in Morocco in 1996 “All African women are prostitutes, and the whole race of African men are abeed [slave] stock. Your people are like rats plaguing the earth” –[Kola Boof, Diary of a Lost Girl, p. 167]

A comment posted on Youtube:

African men , it’s time to take back your Continent. You have for too long allowed non Africans too much free reign to not only attack yourselves but African children and women. Some of you are even audacious enough to fight against fellow Africans on behalf of non Africans. There are Africans that have been practising islam for more than a thousand years without any shame. The energy some of you spend oppressing your women and children turn it on your real enemies, mainly, so-called arabs, europeans, asians and orientals.

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New Study Reveals That Bible Prophecy Is On Target As Turkey And Other Nations Have Been Experiencing The Worst Drought It Has Ever Seen For The Past 900 Years

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on March 4, 2016

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Drought that began in 1998 in the eastern Mediterranean, especially in Turkey, Cyprus, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Israel and the West Bank was likely the worst of the past nine centuries, according to a study from NASA.

Its called The Levant drought. The study found that the 1998-2012 period was drier than the previous driest interval in the time period in question, which occurred during the years from 1205 to 1219. In other words, this was the driest 15-year period of the last 900 years, and a 98 percent likelihood that it was the driest 15-year period of the last 500 years.

This is a worrisome prediction for the Pentagon and intelligence community, who see water stress and population growth as two factors that are likely to tip the scale toward more conflict and humanitarian crises in the coming decades.

And its not only in the Levant. North America, Europe and Australia lost about 20 percent of its crop from droughts since 1964 and 2007.

Richard Seager, a researcher at Columbia University’s Lamont Doherty Observatory in New York stated:

[The study] truly backs up our contention… that the Syria drought was unusual and influenced by human-driven climate change. As such, it places more confidence in model projections that drying will continue and intensify across Middle East in coming decades and, yes, cause more trouble in a water scarce area”

While I always replace “climate change” to “God decided to change the climate”, by 2011, drought-related crop failure had pushed up to 1.5 million displaced farmers to abandon their land; the displaced became a wellspring of recruits for the Free Syrian Army and for ISIS and al Qaeda. Testimonies gathered by reporters and activists in conflict zones suggest that the lack of government help during the drought was a central motivating factor in the antigovernment rebellion. Moreover, a 2011 study shows that today’s rebel strongholds of Aleppo, Deir al-Zour, and Raqqa were among the areas hardest hit by crop failure.

In other words, drought changed the economic, social, and political landscape of Syria. Iraq, already reeling from ISIS and sectarian tension, could be next.

Satellite image showing Syria at focal point of Middle East drought.

What also plays a major factor besides drought is the human factor. Keep in mind that the fall of the Ottoman Empire between the eighteenth century to the mid nineteenth century was caused by revolts which disrupted the established food supplies of the empire and caused large-scale famines to starve the major cities on a regular basis. In response, the urban populace became a restless, misruled, and anarchic mass that broke loose at the slightest provocation, responding to unemployment, famine, and plague with riots and summary executions of the officials considered responsible. This caused the Ottoman collapse.

What the Ottomans did in pouring their wrath on Christendom finally caused God to pour His wrath: “until the end that is decreed is poured out on him.” (Daniel 9:27) (more on that on our coming Sunday Special)

There will be no difference between the collapse of this first beast and its resurrected version of the Caliphate soon to arise, except that this unfolding will happen at a much faster pace as final “birth pangs”.

The Bible predicted that a war will erupt where Turkey with other Muslim nations will invade Jerusalem over the issue of food (Ezekiel 38:13) and that the price of wheat will skyrocket “A quart of wheat for a denarius, and three quarts of barley for a denarius …” (Revelation 6:6)

In other words, this Syrian drought, and the cataclysmic conflict that has been a related result, may be just the beginning of a long period of water stress and instability in the once-fertile Levant region.

This year, Morocco’s drought wiped out half of its wheat harvest — devastating a country where even the King has called on the nation to pray for rain. The driest start to winter in two decades in the center of the country has decimated crops in Africa’s second-biggest wheat grower, where just 15 percent of fields are irrigated. Imports may double to a record next season to account for the reduced harvest, a Bloomberg survey of six analysts showed.

Moroccans consume more than three times as much wheat as the global average, eating it in everything from thick soups to filo-dough pastry. The grain is a staple in North Africa, where higher food costs and shortages in the past six years helped trigger unrest that led to the toppling of governments in Egypt, Libya and Tunisia. The drought evoked King Mohammed VI to lead rare national rain prayers after normal Friday worship for a second time in January.

In Turkey, despite all the talk to cover the problem of a dramatic rise in output, the country has kept importing wheat as the locally produced wheat is of low quality due to unproductive seeds. The productivity level can be increased through certified seeds, according to sector players. The quality problem in wheat production has, however, not been resolved.

Around 50-60 percent the wheat production is made with certified seeds. That’s why we cannot reach the desired productivity levels. Turkey imports wheat to produce flour as its productivity levels are low. Besides, we need to wait for rainfalls as we cannot do irrigated farming. This also affects both production and quality negatively,” said Agriculturalists’ Association of Turkey (TZD) Chairman İbrahim Yetkin.

WHILE TURKEY HURTS CHRISTIAN RUSSIA WILL POUR OUT GOD’S WRATH

While Turkey has ‘bad wheat’ Russia opposes genetically modified food (GMOs). According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Ukraine and Russia are expected to export 39 million tonnes of wheat in the 2015/16 marketing year, a massive 14 percent increase on the record volume of 2014/15. The United States is undeniably bringing up the rear, as it expects to export the lowest wheat volume since 1971/72.

But perhaps what will unfold these biblical prophecies to cause the skyrocket of prices for wheat is not just weather patterns. The continuing geopolitical tensions between Turkey and Russia and export restrictions and deteriorating domestic infrastructure are “pinch points” which will disrupt commodity flows, causing food price spikes and “severe and sustained disruption of critical food supplies”, according to analysts at Chatham House, who are mapping the risks in food commodity trade.

Black SeaThe shipping route from Russia that Black Sea wheat now goes through “is a highly tense region”, says Rob Bailey, research director of Chatham House. Russia exports wheat all the way to Nigeria and Mexico, which have traditionally bought US wheat.

Keep in mind that the increased output of wheat from Russia and Ukraine is sending U.S. exports to a 44-year low, further eroding the appeal for American growers who already are mired in the longest income slump since the 1980s.

As that region depends on Russia and as grain flow from the Black Sea grows, a disruption on the Bosphorus would have a severe impact on international markets. Other transport “chokepoints” for commodities from the region include the Suez Canal and the Gulf of Aden. 90 per cent of Russian wheat exports go through the Bosphorus. Factoring in harvest shocks from droughts so that “a quart of wheat for a denarius, and three quarts of barley for a denarius” becomes a fact.

Mounting tensions between Moscow and Ankara are worrying some analysts including an escalation of the Ukrainian situation or a flashpoint in Turkey, that could imperil the passage of ships through the Bosphorus.

And Turkey plays a major role in cutting off water. Kurdistan’s and Iraq’s sources of water are mainly the Tigris and Euphrates, both of which come from outside the country. With this weakness point, and all the troubles going on in the country, Turkey has been working to control the sources of water by building several dams to gain more influence over Kurdistan and Iraq and use this to achieve more political and economic pressure.

In the early 1900s, the American journalist Alfred Henry Lewis famously wrote that there are only nine meals between men and revolution. As the water resources available for agricultural production decline precipitously across the Middle East, we ignore Lewis’ observation at our peril. The Tigris-Euphrates river basin, which feeds Syria and Iraq, is rapidly drying up. This vast area already struggles to support at least ten million conflict-displaced people. And things could soon get worse; Iraq is reaching a crisis point.

Shoebat.com last year reported that between 2003 and 2009, the Tigris-Euphrates basin comprising Turkey, Syria, Iraq, and western Iran “lost groundwater faster than any other place in the world except northern India”. We also have the risk of war between Egypt and Ethiopia due to the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, threatening to restrict Egypt’s access to the Nile River, which supplies 98% of Egypt’s water supply.

Turkey, Syria and Iraq are biblically doomed:

And the sixth angel poured out his vial upon the great river Euphrates; and the water thereof was dried up, that the way of the kings of the east might be prepared,” (Revelation 16:10).

The Euphrates stems from Turkey downstream to Syria and Iraq. Egypt too will suffer from the Nile being stopped:

The waters of the river will dry up, and the riverbed will be parched and dry. The canals will stink; the streams of Egypt will dwindle and dry up. The reeds and rushes will wither, also the plants along the Nile, at the mouth of the river. Every sown field along the Nile will become parched, will blow away and be no more. The fishermen will groan and lament, all who cast hooks into the Nile; those who throw nets on the water will pine away. (Isaiah 19:5-8)

A quart of wheat for a denarius, and three quarts of barley for a denarius …” (Revelation 6:6)

The price of wheat is addressed in Scripture at a silver denarius per quart for a reason. In New Testament times, the silver coin weight was 3.65 grams. A U.S. mint quarter has 5.625 grams of silver. If we take a measure of wheat to be a quart (32 ounces) and the price of wheat at an average of $332 per 2000 pounds (metric ton) which is 32 cents a quart in today’s prices, then a silver denarius (3.65 grams) is at $3.24. This would mean that the spike in the price of bread will increase to 10 fold.

Imagine buying a loaf of bread for $20. Years from now, folks will read this article to only reflect.

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Hundreds of Secret Algerian Converts Requesting Bibles Each Month

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on May 9, 2015

christian-north-africaThousands of Muslims in Algeria are requesting Bibles and becoming Christians, disillusioned with the so-called Arab Spring and the rise of violent Islam, the country’s sole Bible distributor said.

Ali Khidri, Executive Secretary for the Bible Society in Algeria, told The Tablet that “hundreds” of people every month were turning up at his office in Algiers requesting a Bible, and that “thousands” were going to churches to enquire about the Christian faith.

Mr Khidri said Muslims were questioning their faith because they were disillusioned by acts being carried out in the name of Islam. “They are more and more come to feel that this is the true face of Islam,” he said.

He added that some Christian converts were making television programmes to engage Algerians with the Bible, using their knowledge of the Qu’ran.

He added that some Christian converts were making television programmes to engage Algerians with the Bible, using their knowledge of the Qu’ran.

According to the Bible Society there are between 100,000 and 200,000 Christians in Algeria – a huge increase from 2,000 30 years ago. Exact figures are impossible to establish because Christians cannot practise their faith openly. Mr Khidri said that government claims there are 600,000 Christians was an attempt to scaremonger.

More than 2,000 baptisms took place in 2013, the Bible Society says; there are 48 registered Protestant congregations, about 200 “underground” congregations that meet in people’s homes, and a few dozen Catholic ones, though these are mainly attended by expatriates. Catholic clergy generally send inquirers to Evangelical churches to avoid the risk of priests being deported, he said.

Mr Khidri has previously said that Algiers tolerates conversions are among the Berber people, which account for many of them, because they were Christian before the arrival of Islam, and that Muslim women are drawn to Christianity because of Jesus’ respectful treatment of women.

Since a presidential decree was passed in 2006, evangelisation has been criminalised, non-Muslim worship is restricted to approved premises, and handing out a Bible can lead to a five-year jail sentence or deportation for foreign priests.

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Tens of thousands of Algerian Muslims turning to Jesus

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PEW: Arab Spring Adds to Global Restrictions on Religion

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 21, 2013

pew1The Arab Spring, at least when it comes to religious freedom, isn’t yielding the bastion of free-thought and democracy that many world leaders once predicted. Just a few years ago, politicians and pundits were heralding disturbances in the Middle East as a potential first-step to improving human rights. But new information from the Pew Research Center is calling these claims into question.

In a study released on Thursday, the polling and research firm announced its findings, which show an increase in religion-based crackdowns, even in light of the Arab Spring and its promised ideological and legislative reforms. It’s likely that critics of the Obama administration will seize upon the research organization’s findings as proof that, despite positive predictions, the Middle East may be headed in an even more restrictive direction.

In a study released on Thursday, the polling and research firm announced its findings, which show an increase in religion-based crackdowns, even in light of the Arab Spring and its promised ideological and legislative reforms. It’s likely that critics of the Obama administration will seize upon the research organization’s findings as proof that, despite positive predictions, the Middle East may be headed in an even more restrictive direction.

“A new study by the Pew Research Center finds that the already high level of restrictions on religion in the Middle Eas

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t and North Africa – whether resulting from government policies or from social hostilities – continued to increase in 2011, when most of the political uprisings known as the Arab Spring occurred,” reads the first line of a Pew press release.

To be clear, though, the religious freedom situation has always been a contentious one in the region. But instead of bringing important reforms and freedoms to the forefront, the study seems to show that, at least in 2011, the situation in the Middle East actually worsened.

According to the findings, the number of nations in the region that reported sectarian violence between religious groups doubled in size from five to 10 — and that’s only one of the findings.

In fact, the Arab Spring’s impact on the overall increase in religious crackdowns was apparently so prominent that Pew named the study, “Arab Spring Adds to Global Restrictions on Religion.” Here’s more from the study:

Among countries where Arab Spring uprisings occurred, government restrictions took various forms. In Egypt, for instance, the government continued to permit people to convert to Islam but prohibited them from abandoning Islam for another faith. In Bahrain, the Sunni-dominated government used high levels of force against Arab Spring demonstrators, most of whom were Shia Muslims. And in Libya, Mustafa Abdel Jalil, then chairman of the National Transitional Council, declared in October 2011 that Libya in the post-Moammar Gadhafi era would be run as an Islamic state with sharia law forming the basis of legislation.

Read the Pew religious freedom study in its entirety

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Mediterranean: Africans Swimming in the Sea of Death

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on July 11, 2012

They do this to Africans simply because they want and can!

While the world leaders express their heart-warm congratulations to Libyans on their “historic election” hundreds of Africans are dying in the Mediterranean sea – in the busiest seaway in the world — ignored by passing ships and planes, ignored by the world community.

Mind you, the duty to assist persons in distress at sea is a long-established rule of customary international law. The SAR and SOLAS Conventions were amended to impose for the first time an obligation on States to ‘cooperate and coordinate’ to ensure that ships’ masters are allowed to disembark rescued persons to a place of safety, irrespective of the nationality or status of those rescued, and with minimal disruption to the ship’s planned itinerary

There are a number of States, which are under the above-mentioned obligations. First, the coastal State, in whose SAR zone the vessel was in distress, was under an obligation to coordinate the search and rescue operation and to ensure that a ‘place of safety’ is provided for these persons. The exact limits between the SAR zone of Libya and Italy are not known to the author; however, both States are parties to LOSC, SOLAS and SAR Conventions and apparently they might incur responsibility for their omission to provide assistance to the vessel in distress

Well, they seem to prefer rescuing a stranded penguin to an African

As the so-called “Arab Spring” gave power to the Islamists and their surrogates, thousands of minorities have become the targets of ethnic cleansing throughout North Africa. Off the coast of North Africa, boatloads of people have been streaming out of North Africa, desperately fleeing across the Mediterranean to seek non-Muslim landing spots in Europe.

It is obvious that most of these refugees are blacks. Are they black Muslims? Are they black non-Muslims? Are they trying to flee racism and oppression in the ‘lands’ of the Muslim. It is very shameful, a tragedy that nobody seems to care enough to deal with these questions. These refugees pay thousands of dollars to the Arab ‘boat-dispatchers’ / traffickers to seat on those boats, and I am sure some of them could even afford to have cellphones or barometers to take them on board.

Despite that, at least 1 500 African refugees are known to have lost their lives attempting to cross the Mediterranean in 2011

Europe haunted by fear of African refugees?

According to UNHCR report, an estimated 441,300 asylum claims were recorded in industrialized nations for the year 2011. The number of asylum claims received across all industrialized countries is still smaller than the population of Dadaab, a single refugee camp for Somali refugees in north-east Kenya. The Somali refugee population at Dollo Ado camps in Ethiopia exceeds 150.000, and the capital, Addis Abeba alone accommodates over 200.000 Somalis.

And the country with the highest number of asylum applications in the world is not a European, North American, or Australasian country, but South Africa (not covered by the report), which saw 107,000 claims between January and December 2011.

The world upside down

Peaceful, but desperate Africans who neither terrorize nor kill Europeans are used as scarecrows so that other Africans don’t attempt to come to Europe. Ungrateful, aggressive and murderous and Arabs and Afghans who scare and terrorize Westerners at will are fed with a silver spoon in their own countries, and invited to come to Europe in their thousands. The Fear-factor shaping the way of life rich nations? Or are they showing their powerlessness by killing the voiceless weak, while accommodating terrorists?

Just last week, major donors of the West have offered $16-billion in development aid for Afghanistan (please read the comments here)

The country of origin of the largest number of claimants was Afghanistan, with a 34 per cent increase over 2010 to 35,700. followed by Iraq (23,500).

54 Migrants Die of Thirst in Boat Tragedy off Tunisia

It is with great sadness that UNHCR received the news that 54 people perished attempting the sea journey from Libya to Italy. According to the sole survivor, an Eritrean man, 55 people boarded the boat in Libya in late June. He reported that all the other passengers died of dehydration during a 15 day ordeal.

“This is a tragedy,” said T. Alexander Aleinikoff, Deputy High Commissioner for Refugees. “Fifty four people have lost their lives.”

Fishermen found the survivor off the Tunisian coast last night. They alerted the Tunisian Coast Guard who rescued the man. He was immediately taken to Zarzis hospital where he is being treated for dehydration and exposure.

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Ethnic Cleansing in Libya – የሊቢያ በደል በጥቁር ሕዝብ ላይ

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on November 14, 2011

ሊቢያ ውስጥ ጠቆር ባሉ ሕዝቦች ላይ የሚፈፀመው በደል አሁን አልጀመረም። በቀድሞው የሊቢያው ፕሬዚደንት በኮሎኔል ጋዳፊም ጊዜ በጥቁር አፍሪቃያን ላይ አድሎ ይፈጸም ነበር። ኮሎኔሉ የአውሮፓውያን መንግሥታት ለማስደሰት ሲል ወደ አውሮፓ ለመግባት የሚመኙትን አፍሪቃውያን ስደተኞች በየካምፑና እስር ቤቱ እያጎረ ያሰቃያቸው ነበር።

አሁን ደግሞ በአውሮፓውያን እርዳታ ጋዳፊን የፈነቀሉት ሀይሎች የሰሜን አትላንቲኩ ውል ድርጅት አለቃዎቻቸው እያዩ “ጥቁር” አፍሪቃውያንን መንጥረው መጨፍጨፉን ቀጥለውበታል።

NATO እንደነ ቢቢሲ፡ ሲኤንኤን እና አልጀዚራ በመሳሰሉት ቀጣፊ የዜና ማሰራጫዎች አማካይነት ጸረ ጥቁርአፍሪቃ የሆነ ፕሮፓጋንዳ በመንዛት አፍሪቃውያኑ የኮሎኔል ቀጣፊ ቅጥሮች እንደሆኑ ስማቸው እንዲጠፋ አስተዋጽኦ አድረጓል። የአፍሪቃ አገሮች የጋዳፊ ደጋፊዎች እንደሆኑ፡ ኮሎኔሉም በአፍሪቃውያን ዘንድ ተወዳጅ እንደሆነ አድርገው ነው የዜና ማሰራጫዎቹ እስካሁን ደግመው ደጋግመው የሚቀባጥሩት።

በጥቁሮች ላይ እየተካሄደ ስላለው አሰቃቂ ጭፍጨፋ የሚናገሩ ብዙ ቪዲዮች ዩቲውብ ላይ ማየት በምንችልበት ወቅት፡ እነ ኦባማ፡ ሳርኮዚና ካሜሮን እንዲሁም የ “ሰብዓዊ መብት” ተሟጋች ነን የሚሉት ድርጅቶች ሁሉ የተቃውሞ ድምጻቸውን እስካሁን አላሰሙንም፡ ሊቢያ ውስጥ የሊቢያ ተወላጅ የሆኑ ጥቁር ሊቢያውያን እንዳሉ መናገርም አይፈልጉም። እንዲያውም ሊቢያ የአፍሪቃ ክፍለ ዓለም ውስጥ እንደማትገኝ አድርገው ነው ዜና ማሰራጫዎቻቸው የሚለፍፉት።

በሊቢያ የተካሄደው የአውሮፓውያኑ ዘመቻ በጥንቃቄና በፕላን ታቅዶ የተዘጋጀ ዘመቻ ነው። ሁለት ወፍ ባንድ ድንጋይ ለመግደል በማቀድና አፍሪቃውያኑ ስደተኞችም በሊቢያ በኩል አድርገው ወደ አውሮፓ እንዳይገቡ “የጋዳፊ ቅጥረኞች” የሚል ስም በመስጠት ገና ሊቢያ እያሉ በሰፊው እንዲገደሉ እየተደረገ ነው። “ውሻውን መጥፎ ስም ሰጥተህ ግደለው” እንዲሉ። ስርሰደድ የሆነው የአረብዘረኝነት በሽታ በጣም አመቺ እንደሆነ የተረዱት “ብልጥ” አውሮፓውያን ድንበራቸውን ኢሰብዓዊ በሆነ መልክ ድንበሮቻቸውን “ለመከላከል” ወስነዋል። አፍሪቃውያን ሞቱ አልሞቱ ግድ እንደማይሰጣቸው ዲያብሎሳዊ ድርጊቶቻቸው ሁሉ በግልጽ ይናገራሉ።

ምንም እንኳን ደቡብ አፍሪቃ እና ናይጀሪያ የኔቶን ወረራ መጀመሪያ ላይ በመደገፍ አሳፋሪ የሆነ ድርጊት ለመፈጸም ቢበቁም፡ ይህ የአውሮፓውያን የባርነት እና አዲስ የቅኝ ገዥነት መንፈስ ወደ አፍሪቃ እየመጣ እንደሆነ የአፍሪቃው ህብረት ገና ከመጀመሪያው ተገንዝቦት ነበር። ድምጹ አልተሰማም እንጂ!

የሊቢያ ሕገ መንግሥት በእስልምና ላይ የተመሠረተ እንደሚሆን የአዲሱ ሊቢያ መስተዳደር መሪዎች በግልጽ ተናግረዋል። ታዲያ እነዚህ በሙስሊምነታቸው እንደሚኮሩ የሚናገሩት ሊቢያውያን ልክ ሱዳን በዳርፉር ጥቁር ሙስሊሞች ላይ እንዳካሄደችው ዓይነት ጭፈጨፋ አሁንም ጎረቤት በሆነችው ሊቢያ በጥቁር ሙስሊሞች በጥቁር አፍሪቃውያን ሙስሊሞች ላይ የሚዘገንን የግድያ ዘመቻ እያካሄዱ ነው፡ የዓለም ማሕበረሰብም እንዳላየና እንዳልሰማ ዝም ማለቱን መርጧል።

 

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