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German Radio | War Crimes in Ethiopia | So Cruel That One’s Words Are Missing

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on September 3, 2021

💭 Kriegsverbrechen in Äthiopien | So Grausam, Dass Einem Die Worte Fehlen

💭 የጦር ወንጀሎች በኢትዮጵያ | በጣም ጨካኝ ከመሆኑ የተነሳ ቃላት ያጣሉ

💭 War Crimes in Ethiopia | So Cruel That One’s Words Are Missing

በሰሜን ኢትዮጵያ በትግራይ ክልል ጦርነት አለ። ሴቶች በጭካኔ ይደፈራሉ ፣ ወንዶችም ይጨፈጨፋሉ ሲል አምነስቲ ኢንተርናሽናል ዘግቧል። እንደ ጀርመን ያሉ አገሮች በመንግሥት ላይ ጫና ማሳደር አለባቸው በማለት ፣ የሰብዓዊ መብት ድርጅቱ ይጠይቃል።

በሰሜን በኩል በማዕከላዊው መንግሥት እና በትግራይ ክልል መካከል ያለው ትግል በኢትዮጵያ ውስጥ ከጊዜ ወደ ጊዜ እየተባባሰ መጥቷል። አምነስቲ ኢንተርናሽናል የሴቶች ሕይወት ምን ያህል እንደተበላሸና በሴቶች ላይ የሚደርሰው ጥቃት ሥርዓትዊ/መንግስታዊ መሆኑንን በሰነድ ዘርዝሯል።

የጥቃት መጠኑም ሆነ የአፈፃፀሙ መጠን በጣም አስፈሪ እና ጨካኝ በመሆኑ በትግራዋያን ላይ እየደረሰ ያለውን ግፍ ለመግለጽ ምንም ቃላት የሉም ሲሉ የአምነስቲ ኢንተርናሽናል ፍራንዚስካ ኡልምዱስተርሆፍ ተናግረዋል። የጥቃቱ ተዋናዮች ማንኛውንም ተመጣጣኝነትን አጥተዋል.”

ተጎጂዎች ጥቃት ብቻ ሳይሆን የደረሰባቸው እነርሱን ሰብአዊነትአልባ ለማድረግና እና ለማዋረድ ሞክረዋል። “ወንዶች ይደበደባሉ ፣ በትንኮሳ ይቸገራሉ ፣ እንዲሁም በሰልፍ በመደዳ ይጨፈጨፋሉ። ሴቶች በአስከፊ ሁኔታ ይደፈራሉ።” ይህን ሁሉ ጉድ ልጆች ማየት የነበረባቸው። ባጠቃላይ ብዙ የቡድን መድፈሮች አሉ።

የሕክምና መሠረተ ልማት ፣ የውሃ እና የምግብ አቅርቦት ሙሉ በሙሉ ማለት ይቻላል ወድሟል። ሆኖም ውጊያው ያለማቋረጥ ቀጥሏል እና ቤተሰቦች እና ማህበረሰቦች እየወደሙ ነው።

➡ አምነስቲ የኢትዮጵያ መንግስትን ስትራቴጂካዊ አካሄድ ይጠራጠራሉ

በዓመፁ ከባድነትና ሥርዓታዊነት የተነሳ አምነስቲ ኢንተርናሽናል የኢትዮጵያ መንግሥት የሚከተለውን ስትራቴጂካዊ አካሄድ ይጠራጠራል። የሰብዓዊ መብት ተሟጋች ድርጅቱ ይህ ከባድ ጥቃት በአስቸኳይ እንዲቆም እና አጥፊዎቹ እንዲቀጡ ይጠይቃል።

የተባበሩት መንግስታት እና በአፍሪካ ህብረት ውስጥ ያሉ ባለሙያዎች ገለልተኛ ምርመራዎችን ለማድረግ ወደ ጦርነቱ ቀጠና መድረስ ይኖርባቸዋል። እና ግፊት ከአለም አቀፉ ማህበረሰብ ማለትም ከኢትዮጵያ ጋር የጠበቀ ግንኙነት ካላቸው እንደ ጀርመን ያሉ አገራት ያስፈልጋል ይላሉ ፍራንዚስካ ኡልምዱስተርሆፍት።

➡ መሠረተ ልማቱ ከሞላ ጎደል ተደምስሷል

እንደ ኡልምዱስተርሆፍት ገለፃ ፣ የክልሉ ሁኔታ ከውጭው ዓለም በመቋረጡ አሁንም ከፍተኛ መጠን ያለው ነው። እንደ በይነመረብ እና ስልክ ያሉ ሁሉም የግንኙነት ሰርጦች አይሰሩም። ጋዜጠኞች ፣ የሰብአዊ መብት ታዛቢዎች እና ግብረ ሰናይ ድርጅቶች ወደ ክልሉ እንዳይገቡ ተደርገዋል። ይህ ጥናቱን ያወሳስበዋል ፣ ስለዚህ በቦታው ላይ ያለውን ሁኔታ ተጨባጭ ምስል ማግኘት ከባድ ነው።

መረጃን ለማግኘት አምነስቲ ቪዲዮዎችን ፣ ፎቶዎችን እና የሳተላይት ቀረጻዎችን ያረጋግጥ እና ይገመግማል። ለምሳሌ የጅምላ መቃብሮችን መለየት ይቻላል። በተጨማሪም ፣ የሰብአዊ መብት ድርጅቱ ከህክምና ሰራተኞች ፣ በክልሉ ውስጥ ባሉ የስደተኞች ካምፖች ውስጥ ካሉ ተጎጂዎች ጋር ቃለምልልስ ያደርጋል።

💭 War Crimes in Ethiopia | So Cruel That One’s Words Are Missing

There is war in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia. Women are brutally raped and men massacred, reports Amnesty International. Countries such as Germany must exert pressure on the government, the human rights organization demands.

The struggle between the central government and the Tigray region in the north has been escalating in Ethiopia for some time. Amnesty International has documented how much the lives of women have been and are being systematically destroyed.

Both the extent of the violence and the manner are so frightening and cruel that there are hardly any words to describe what is happening to the people there, says Franziska Ulm-Düsterhöft of Amnesty International. The actors “lost all proportionality.”

Victims would not only be attacked, but also tried to dehumanize and humiliate them. “Men are beaten up, harassed, lined up and massacred. Women are raped in the worst way. ” There have been many group rapes in which children should have watched.

The medical infrastructure, water and food supply are almost completely destroyed. However, the fighting would continue unabated and families and communities would be destroyed.

Amnesty suspects Ethiopian government’s strategic approach

Due to the seriousness and systematics of violence, Amnesty International suspects a strategic approach that the Ethiopian Government tolerates. The human rights organization calls for an immediate end to this drastic violence and for the perpetrators to be punished.

The UN and experts in the African Union would also have to gain access to the war zone in order to conduct independent investigations. And pressure is needed from the international community, i.e. countries like Germany, which have close relations with Ethiopia, says Franziska Ulm-Düsterhöft.

The infrastructure is almost completely destroyed

According to Ulm-Düsterhöft, the situation in the region is still dramatic because it is cut off from the outside world. All communication channels such as Internet and telephone would not work. Also journalist: inside, human rights observer: inside and humanitarian organizations should not enter the region. This complicates the research, so it is difficult to get a concrete picture of the situation on site.

In order to gain information, Amnesty would verify and evaluate videos, photos and satellite recordings. For example, mass graves can be identified. In addition, the human rights organization conducts interviews with medical personnel, those affected and stuff: inside refugee camps in the region.

💭 Kriegsverbrechen in Äthiopien | so Grausam, Dass Einem Die Worte Fehlen

In der Region Tigray im Norden Äthiopiens herrscht Krieg. Frauen würden brutal vergewaltigt und Männer massakriert, berichtet Amnesty International. Länder wie Deutschland müssten Druck auf die Regierung ausüben, fordert die Menschenrechtsorganisation.

Schon länger eskaliert in Äthiopien der Kampf zwischen Zentralregierung und der Region Tigray im Norden. Wie sehr dabei die Leben von Frauen systematisch zerstört wurden und werden hat Amnesty International dokumentiert.

Sowohl das Ausmaß der Gewalt als auch die Art und Weise seien so erschreckend und grausam, dass sich dafür kaum Worte finden lassen würden, um zu beschreiben, was den Menschen dort passiere, sagt Franziska Ulm-Düsterhöft von Amnesty International. Bei den Akteuren sei „jede Verhältnismäßigkeit verloren gegangen“.

Opfer würden nicht nur angegriffen, sondern es werde auch versucht, sie zu entmenschlichen und zu demütigen. „Männer werden zusammengeschlagen, drangsaliert, aufgereiht und massakriert. Frauen werden vergewaltigt, und das in schlimmster Art und Weise.“ Es habe viele Gruppenvergewaltigungen gegeben, bei denen auch Kinder hätten zusehen müssen.

Die medizinische Infrastruktur, die Wasser- und Nahrungsmittelversorgung seien fast komplett zerstört. Die Kampfhandlungen würden aber unvermindert weitergehen und Familien und Gemeinden würden zerstört.

Amnesty vermutet strategisches Vorgehen der Äthiopischen Regierung

Aufgrund der Schwere und der Systematik der Gewalt vermutet Amnesty International ein strategisches Vorgehen, das von der äthiopischen Regierung geduldet werde. Die Menschenrechtsorganisation fordert ein sofortiges Ende dieser drastischen Gewalt und dass die Täter bestraft werden.

Dafür müssten auch die UN und Expert:innen der Afrikanischen Union Zugang in das Kriegsgebiet erhalten, um unabhängige Untersuchungen durchführen zu können. Und es sei Druck von der Internationalen Gemeinschaft, also Ländern wie Deutschland nötig, die eine enge Beziehungen zu Äthiopien haben, sagt Franziska Ulm-Düsterhöft.

Die Infrastruktur ist fast komplett zerstört

Nach wie vor sei die Lage in der Region dramatisch, weil sie von der Außenwelt abgeschnitten sei, so Ulm-Düsterhöft. Alle Kommunikationskanäle wie Internet und Telefon würden nicht funktionieren. Auch Journalist:innen, Menschenrechtsbeobachter:innen und humanitäre Organisationen dürften nicht in die Region. Dies erschwere die Recherchen, entsprechend schwierig sei es, sich ein konkretes Bild von der Lage vor Ort zu machen.

Um dennoch an Informationen zu gelangen, würde Amnesty Videos, Fotos und Satellitenaufnahmen verifizieren und auswerten. So könne man beispielsweise Massengräber ermitteln. Außerdem führe die Menschenrechtsorganisation Interviews mit medizinischem Personal, Betroffenen und Zeug:innen in Flüchtlingslagern in der Region.

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Power 105.1 FM | War Criminals Abiy Ahmed & Isaias Afewerki MUST GO!

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on May 27, 2021

💭 Millete Birhanemaskel & Andom Ghebreghiorgis Discuss Ethiopia s #TigrayGenocide

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Internet Killed Newspaper

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on October 30, 2008

Whenever I hear one of my favorite all-time pop song — “Video Killed The Radio Star!” — I keep wondering whether video indeed killed Radio at that particular time. One thing is true though, that is, Radio will be there despite the recent setbacks.  Arguably, it’s the most practical, comfortable and brilliant means of communication. As long as humans have two ears to listen with, we will continue needing Radio as it teaches us how to improve listening qualities on the social  and interpersonal communication level.

Although, right now, Radio and TV stations already have very slim news staffs, and rely on newspaper stories as the starting point for many of their own stories, the only surviving medium amongst the classic trio of Newspaper, Radio and Television, will be Radio. Radio was always there serving listeners gratis/free. Whereas the days of the rather costly printed media are counted. The TV age will also probably end within the next 10 or so years.

As the Internet has profoundly changed journalism, and print media is being rapidly reborn online, many journalists would embrace the change and prefer to doing blogs, and appreciating reader feedback on their stories. Of course, it is very exciting to see newsrooms as experiment rooms.

On the other hand, from now on, every passing day will bring us sad news about the death of some great newspapers and magazines, radio and TV stations.

Today, Wednesday, 29 October 2009, a potentially significant – and enormously sad – bit of newspaper history has just been announced in the United States. The Christian Science Monitor is to cease publishing as a daily paper in April of next year.

The Christian Science Monitor was, as it still is, one of the most respected and influential of American newspapers. It is also one of a tiny handful, alongside the likes of the New York Times and the Washington Post, which has always devoted the enormous resources required to cover not only events in the United States but across the wider world.

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