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በ አባይ ወንዝ ምክኒያት የእግዚአብሔር ማስጠንቀቂያ? | የጣልያን ድልድይ፡ በነርሱ ፍልሰታ ዋዜማ፡ በመብረቅ ተመቶ ፈራረሰ

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on August 14, 2018

የወንድማችን የስመኘው በቀለ ደም መፍሰስ ያመጣው መቅሰፍት?

ያውም በጣሊያን ብሔራዊ ቀን (Ferragosto) እና በካቶሊኮች ፍልሰታ/ የእናታችን የቅድስት ድንግል ማርያም እርገት በዓል ዋዜማ

ሰሜን ምዕራብ ጣሊያን የወደብ ከተማ በጄኖዋ ወንዝ ላይ የተሠራው አንድ የፈጣን መንገድ ድልድይ ፈራርሶ ቢያንስ 35 ሰዎች ሕይወታቸውን አጥተዋል።

ኃይለኛ ዝናብ በሚጥልበት ወቅት የድልድዩ ፍርስራሾች እና ተሽከርካሪዎች ወደ 45 ሜትር ጥልቀት ላይ በሚገኙ የባቡር ሀዲዶች፣ ሕንፃዎች እና ወንዝ ላይ ተከስክሰው ወድቀዋል። “ወንዝ

ባካባቢው የነበሩ ሰዎች እንደጠቆሙት ድልድዩ ሊፈርስ ሲል የመብረቅ ብልጭታ አስቀድመው አይተው ነበር። “አምላኬ!” እያሉ በድንጋጤ ሲጮሁ ቪዲዮው ላይ ይሰማሉ።

ልብ እንበል፦ ድልድዩ ወንዙ ውስጥ ከመውደቁ በፊት የመብረቁ ብልጭታ ይታያል።

ሞቱት ነፍሳቸውን ይማርላቸው!

ይህን ዜና ስሰማ እንደ መብረቁ በሰከንድ ብልጭ ብሎ የታየኝ በአባይ ወንዝና የኅዳሴው ግድብ ዙሪያ እየተሠራ ያለው ተንኮል ነው። የወንድማችን የስመኘው በቀለ መገደል፡ በእግዚአብሔር ዘንድ፡ እንዲሁ የሚረሳ እና ቀላል ሆኖ የሚታይ ጉዳይ አይደለም። እኛ ብንረሳ እግዚአብሔር አይረሳም!

ታላቁን የኢትዮጵያ የኅዳሴ ግድብ ኮንትራት ወስዶ የሚገነባው “ሳሊኒ” የተባለው ጣሊያናዊ ኩባንያ ነው።

ከዓመት በፊት ስለዚህ ጉዳይ በጥቂቱም ቢሆን እንደሚከተለው ጦምሬ ነበር፦

+ ከሶሪያ በኋላ | ሮማውያኑ ሉሲፈራውያን በኢትዮጵያ ላይ ከባድ ሴራ እየጠነሰሱ ነው

አገራችንን፣ ጥንታዊ እምነታችን እና ቅዱሱን የአባይ ውሃ በሚመለከት ግብጻውያን ብቻ ሳይሆኑ፣ ሁሉም በሮማውያን ሥር ያሉት ሉሲፈራውያን አገሮች ተጨንቀዋል። የቫቲካን ሰዎች በታሪክ ከገዳይ አረቦች ጋር በመተባበር ይሰሩ እንደነበር የሚታወቅ ነው፤ ፀረ–ኢትዮጵያ ዘመቻዎችም በታሪክ አጋጣሚ ተደጋግመው ተከስተዋል። ታላቁ የኢትዮጵያ የኅዳሴ ግድብ ግንባታ የሚያከናውነው የጣሊያኑ ሳሊኒ ኩባንያ መሆኑ ይከነክነኝ ነበር፤ ኩባንያው በኢትዮጵያ ላይ በተጠነሰሰው ሴራ ምን ዓይነት ሚና እንደሚጫወት ባላውቅም፤ ግን የአባይ ጉዳይ ግብጽን ብቻ ሳይሆን፡ ወንዛችን የሚነካቸውን መላውን የሚዲቴራንያን ባሕር አገራት፡ ጣሊያንን ጨምሮ፡ በጥልቅና በጥብቅ የሚመለከት ጉዳይ ነው።

+ በሳውዲዋ መካ መጥቶ የነበረውን መቅሰፍት እናስታውሳለንን?

+ ከ ፪ ዓመት በፊት በመካ ፭ሺ “ሀጂዎችን” የገደለው ፡ ከቁልቢ በቱርኮች ተሠርቆ ወደ መካ የተወሰደው የ ‘ቅ/ ገብርኤል ጽላት’ ይሆን?

+ Could The Crane Collapse in New York Be Related to The Mecca Collapse on 9/11?

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RT ክርክር | ኢትዮጵያ ከ 150 ዓመታት በፊት የተሠረቁትን ንብረቷን እንድትመልስ እንግሊዝን ጠየቀች

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on April 29, 2018

የማርያም መቀነቱን ምልክት ላለማየት፣ የነጎድጓዱን ድምጽ መልዕክት ላለመስማት አሻፈረኝ እያሉ ነው፤ የእንግሊዙ ጋዜጠኛ ትዕቢትና ግትርነት “የ ሌባ ዓይን ደረቅ መልሶ ብ ያደርቅ!” ያሰብላል

ኤግዚቢሽ የተዘጋጀው በለንደን ከሚገኘው የኢትዮጵያ ማኅበረሰብ ጋር በመመካከር ነው….መብታችን ነው፡ ኢትዮጵያ እንደ ኢራቅና ሶርያ ህግ አልባ ልትሆን ስለምትችል እዚህ መቆየት አለበት….ቅብርጥሴ.”

ምን እያዘጋጁልን እንደሆነ ልብ በሉ!

የቀማኞቹ የዔሳውና እስማኤል ዘሮች እኛን ከማታለል፣ እርስበርስ ከማዳቆስና ከማባላት አያርፉም

ትንቢተ ሚክያስ ምዕራፍ ፪:

በመኝታቸው ላይ በደልን ለሚያስቡ ክፋትንም ለሚያደርጉ ወዮላቸው! ኃይል በእጃቸው ነውና ሲነጋ ይፈጽሙታል።

በእርሻው ላይ ይመኛሉ፥ በግዴታም ይይዙታል፤ በቤቶችም ላይ ይመኛሉ፥ ይወስዱአቸውማል፤ ሰውንና ቤቱን፥ ሰውንና ርስቱንም ይነጥቃሉ።

ስለዚህ እግዚአብሔር እንዲህ ይላል። እነሆ፥ በዚህ ወገን ላይ በክፉ አስባለሁ፥ ከዚያም አንገታችሁን አታነሡም፤ ዘመኑም ክፉ ነውና ቀጥ ብላችሁ አትሄዱም።

በዚያ ቀን በምሳሌ ይመስሉባችኋል፥ በጽኑ ልቅሶም ያለቅሱላችኋል፤ እነርሱም። ፈጽመን ጠፍተናል፤ የሕዝቤን እድል ፈንታ ይሰፍራል፥ እርሱንም የሚከለክል የለም፤ እርሻችንን ለዓመፀኞች ይከፍላል ይላሉ።

ስለዚህ በእግዚአብሔር ጉባኤ መካከል በዕጣ ገመድ የሚጥል አይኖርህም።

ትንቢት አትናገሩ ብለው ይናገራሉ፤ በእነዚህ ላይ ትንቢት አይናገሩም፥ ስድብም አይርቅም።

የያዕቆብ ቤት የተባልህ ሆይ፥ በውኑ የእግዚአብሔር መንፈስ የማይታገሥ ነውን? ወይስ ሥራው እንደዚች ናትን? ቃሌስ በቅን ለሚሄድ በጎነት አያደርግምን?

ነገር ግን ከቅርብ ጊዜ ጀምሮ ሕዝቤ እንደ ጠላት ሆኖ ተነሥቶአል፤ ቀሚስንና መጐናጸፊያን ገፈፋችሁ፤ ሳይፈሩም፤ የሚያልፉትን ከሰልፍ እንደሚመለሱ አደረጋችኋቸው።

የሕዝቤንም ሴቶች ከተሸለሙ ቤቶቻቸው አሳደዳችኋቸው፤ ከሕፃናቶቻቸውም ክብሬን ለዘላለም ወሰዳችሁ።

በዚህ ዕረፍት የላችሁምና ተነሥታችሁ ሂዱ፤ በርኵሰት ምክንያት ክፉ ጥፋት ታጠፋችኋለች።


Ethiopia Demands UK Return Pillaged Treasure Taken 150 Years Ago (DEBATE)


Ethiopia is calling for the return of valuable artefacts plundered by British forces 150 years ago. The East African treasures are currently on display at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

The country has demanded that all of the looted antiquities be sent back to Ethiopia on a permanent basis, refusing an offer of a long-term loan by the V&A Museum.

Among the treasures are a gold crown and chalice seized by British forces during the Battle of Maqdala in 1868 after troops ransacked the fortress of Emperor Tewodros II. The items were sold to raise money for the British military and were first exhibited in 1872.

Crown, probably made in Gondar, Ethiopia, around 1740 © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

The V&A announced in February it was staging an exhibition with the looted treasure, reigniting the diplomatic row. Addis Ababa first requested the artefacts back in 2007, according to Ethiopian Minister of Culture and Tourism Hirut Woldemariam.

Tristram Hunt, director of the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A), says the exhibition was organized in consultation with the Ethiopian community in London and remains “committed to continuing the important and wide-ranging dialogue with colleagues at the Ethiopian Embassy in London.”

The issue remains a bone of contention between the two nations, as commentators from both sides outlined to RT.

British broadcaster Jon Gaunt pointed to Iraq and Syria where antiquities have been looted by ISIS, suggesting unstable nations like Ethiopia can not be tasked with looking after their own treasures.

This argument was refuted by Ethiopian political commentator Awol Allo, blasting it as “condescending” and a “colonial narrative.” Allo said people should be able to visit Ethiopia and see the national treasures there.

Selected Comments:

I would punch that brit right between its beard and his eyes. These are thief eyes, on what ground is UK entitled to keep stolen goods. Oh, it was 200 years ago, but as everybody know stolen goods are still stolen, even after 2000 years, so they should be returned with apologies.

The British looted & stolen many things from Poor countries around the world & now they must return to the real owners.

The British museums would be empty if they decide to gave back artefacts. What about all the Great British Countryside Mansions paid for by African Slaves blood.

So, would Britain feel the same way if Ethiopia had important looted British historical artifacts on display in an Ethiopian museum? I think not. Looted history should be returned to the owners when at all possible. Theft is theft..time does not turn a theft into a legal transfer by virtue of the thief managing to hold onto it for a few generations.

Shame on the British Empire! An ancient Christian Empire looted of its Royal regalia by a professed Christian State. They even stripped the crowns from the bodies of the Emperors in their burial vault. How would the British have felt if a group of marauding Ethiopians exhumed the body of Queen Victoria and stripped the rings from her fingers? Send the loot back now!

Unless the British create ISIS in Ethiopia in the near future, there is no terrorist in Ethiopia. Ethiopian is a peaceful country. Just give the item back without any excuse …

I have a theory the U.K. wants to put Zera Yacob, Crown Prince and heir to Haile Selassie on the Ethiopian throne. He was educated at Eton. Presumably they will then return the regalia. All part of the U.K. elite’s plan to reassert control over the Horn of Africa. Al Shabaab will fulfill a similar role in Somalia. British Empire Mk ll.

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የእህተ ማርያም ቃል ተከሰተ | በመብረቅ የታጀበቸው የማርያም መቀነት ያልታወቀ ነገር በእንግሊዝ ሰማይ ላይ ወረወረች

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on April 28, 2018

ከአራት ቀናት በፊት የእንግሊዝ ሰማይ ላይ አንድ የብዙዎችን ቀልብ የገፈፈ ይህ ተዓምር ታይቶ ነበር።

መለኮታዊ ምልክት? መለኮታዊ ጣልቃ ገብነት?

ከጥቂት ዓመታት በፊት፡ በሮም ከተማ ተተክሎ የነበረው የአክሱም ኃውልትም በመብረቅ ሲመታ ነበር ጣሊያን ሳትወድ ለኢትዮጵያ እንድትመልስ የተገደደችው።

አሁንም፡ ይህ ለእንግሊዝና አባሪዎቿ የተሰጠ ማስጠንቀቂያ ነው፤ “ የሠረቅሺውን ንብረቷን ሁሉ መልሺ፣ ኢትዮጵያን መተናኮሉን አቁሚ፣ በቃሽ!” እየተባለች ነው።

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Why Africa: Lightning kills 22 students, 1 teacher in Uganda

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 30, 2011

What’s going on in Africa?

Local police spokeswoman Zura Ganyana said Wednesday that 51 students between the ages of 7 and 16 were injured Tuesday. She said the teacher who died was visiting the Runyanya primary school, about 160 miles (some 260 kilometers) west of Uganda’s capital.

Zombo education official John Ojobi says another school 200 miles (some 320 kilometers) northwest of Kampala was also hit by lightning Tuesday, injuring 37 students and two teachers.

Meteorology experts say school buildings are being hit because they don’t have lightning conductors and are built on high ground.

In the past few weeks, lightning strikes around the country have killed at least 38 people.

Local media reported that a further 21 pupils were burned after lightning struck at a second school in Zombo district, around 380 kilometres north of Kampala. Police could not confirm the incident.

Ms Nabakooba could not provide an exact figure for the total number killed by lightning in recent weeks, but local newspaper The Daily Monitor reported a total of 28 killed and scores injured in the past week, including Tuesday’s incidents.

Uganda is experiencing unseasonably heavy rainstorms and concern about the number of recent lightning strikes has prompted politicians to demand an official explanation from government

Eleven people were killed by lightning in two communities in northern Nigeria during torrential rains, Red Cross and local officials said Wednesday.

Eight peasant farmers were killed and another 12 injured on Tuesday during a thunderstorm outside Balanga village in Gombe State.

 

We see it, we hear it, we feel it, yet, we know nothing about it

The Mystery of Lightning

As common as lightning is, it still sparks considerable confusion among scientists.

Many of the basics are understood, but researchers admit they don’t really understand how lightning gets from there to here. And they’re totally baffled by lightning’s link to X-rays, a discovery made back in 2001.

“Nobody understands how lightning makes X-rays,” says Martin Uman, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Florida. “Despite reaching temperatures five times hotter than the surface of the sun, the temperature of lightning is still thousands of times too cold to account for the X-rays observed.”

That said, Uman added, “It’s obviously happening. And we have put limits on how it’s happening and where it’s happening.”

In new research, Uman and colleagues have taken a step forward in their understanding:

As lightning comes down from a cloud, it moves in steps, each 30 to 160 feet long. In this “step leader” process, X-rays shoot out just below each step millionths of a second after the step completes, the researchers learned.

The finding, based on lightning created in a lab and detailed online this week in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, could eventually lead to better predictions of lightning.

“A spark that begins inside a thunderstorm somehow manages to travel many miles to the ground, where it can hurt people and damage property,” said Uman’s colleague Joseph Dwyer, a professor in the department of physics and space sciences at Florida Institute of Technology. “Now, for the first time, we can actually detect lightning moving toward the ground using X-rays. So just as medical X-rays provide doctors with a clearer view inside patients, X-rays allow us to probe parts of the lightning that are otherwise very difficult to measure.”

But challenges remain.

“From a practical point of view, if we are going to ever be able to predict when and where lightning will strike, we need to first understand how lightning moves from one place to the other,” Dwyer said. “At present, we do not have a good handle on this. X-rays are giving us a close-up view of what is happening inside the lightning as it moves.”

The lab research will continue, and one thing they want to look into: whether lightning strikes to airplanes could produce X-rays harmful to passengers.

 

Source: LiveScience

 

Lightning, Thunder and Rain

In ancient times, most religious scripture taught that lightning bolts were missiles thrown in anger by their gods.9 In China, Taoist scripture regarded the rainbow as a deadly rain dragon.10 In Confucius scripture, the goddess of lightning, Tien Mu, flashed light on intended victims to enable Lei Kung, the god of thunder to launch his deadly bolts accurately.11

Since rain is so necessary to life, ancient people pondered what caused it. Some tried to stab holes in the clouds with spears. The Vedas (Hindu scripture) advised to tie a frog with its mouth open to the right tree and say the right words and rain would fall.

Our Bible also talks about rain, lightning and storms. But it contains none of these superstitious ideas found in the other so- called scriptures. The Judeo-Christian Bible taught that earth’s weather followed rules and cycles. Genesis 8:22. “While the earth remaineth, seed time and harvest, and cold and heat, and summer and winter, and day and night shall not cease.”

Job stated (28:26): “God made decrees [rules] for the rain. And He set a way for the lightning of the thunder:” Centuries later, scientists began to discern the “rules for the rain” that Job talked about. Rainfall is part of a process called the water cycle. Here’s how the cycle works. The sun evaporates water from the ocean. That water vapor rises and becomes clouds. This water in the clouds falls back to earth as rain, collects in streams and rivers and makes its way back to the ocean. That process repeats itself again and again.

About 300 years ago, Galileo discovered this cycle. But amazingly the Scriptures described this cycle centuries before. The prophet Amos (9:6) wrote that God “calls for the water of the sea. He pours them out on the land.” How did Amos know this? He wrote as he was moved by the Spirit of God.

Actually, scientists are just beginning to fully understand God’s “decrees or rules for the rain.” Since 68 BC it was thought that somehow thunder triggered the rainfall. Now scientists are beginning to realize that as stated in Job 28:26, it is lightning that triggers the rain to fall. Job knew this 3,000 years ago. Certainly his writings were inspired of God (2 Peter 1:21).

 

Source: BibleToday.Com

 

 

 

 

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