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666ቱ የዋቄዮ-አላህ አርበኞች፡ ዘ-ብሔር አክሱማውያንን የሚዋጓቸው በትግራይ ብቻ አይደለም

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on May 24, 2021

👉 እንደ ቴዎድሮስ ‘ርዕዮት’ ፀጋዬ የመሳሰሉትን የ ዘ-ብሔረ አክሱም ልጆችን በጋኔን ለመልከፍ የተላኩት የ666ቱ ዋቄዮ-አላህ-አቴቴ ጭፍሮች ፥ በጥቂቱ፦

ዘመድኩን በቀለ / Mereja TV (የጴንጤ ተቋም)

ጽዋዕ ቲዩብ / Tswae Tube

ኢትዮ360 / Ethio 360

አደባባይ ሜዲያ / Adebabay Media

ኢትዮቤተሰብ ሜዲያ / Ethio-Beteseb-Media

አዲስ ታይምስ / Addis Times

ዩናይትድ ኢትዮጵያ / United Ethiopia

ኩሽ ሜዲያ / KMN

ሌሎች ብዙዎችም…(ይገርማል፤ ‘666’ አገናኝቷቸዋል፤ በአጋጣሚ ያገኘሁት ነው!)

👉 ዘመድኩን በቀለ = 666 😈

ገመድኩን ሰቀለ እነ ፕሮፌሰር ገላውዲዎስን የጋበዛቸው ለዕርቅ እና ለጽድቅ ሳይሆን ለአቴቴ ቡና እና ለፈተና ነው፤ የፕሮፌሰሩ እና የአቶ በረከት ኪሮስ ትእግስት እና ትሕትና ግን የሚደነቅ ነው!

በትግራይ ሕዝብ ላይ ጭፍጨፋ እንዲካሄድ፤ ያዘው! በለው! ግደለው!” እያሉ የጦርነት ነጋሪት ሲጎስሙ የነበሩት እነ ዘመድኩን በቀለ ዛሬ ትግራዋይን እየጋበዙ የለመዱትን እባባዊ ዝልግልግ አካሄድ ለመቀጠል በመሻት ላይ ናቸው። የትግራይ ሜዲያዎች ግብዞቹን ጋብዘው ሲያፋጥጧቸው እስካሁን አላየንም። “እሺ” የሚሏቸው ከሆነ ይህን ማድረግ አለባቸው።

ከአክሱም ጽዮን እራሱን የነጠለ እያንዳንዱ ወገን እንደ ቴዎድሮስ ፀጋዬ፣ ፕሮፌሰር ገላውዲዎስን፣ እና አቶ በረከት ኪሮስ የመሳሰሉት የትግራይ ተወላጆች ሲጋብዝ ለመፈታተን፣ ለመፈተን፣ የሌባ ጣቱን ወደ እንግዳውና ወደ እንግዳው ጎሳ በመጠቆም ለማቅለል፣ ለማሳፈር ብሎም እራሱንና ጎሳውን ሙሉ በሙሉ ንጹሕ በማድረግ ሁሌ አሸናፊ አድርጎ ለመቅረብ ነው። በዚህም የተዘጋጀበትን አፋጣጭጥያቄ እንግዳውንመጠየቅ፣ ለእንግዳው ተገቢውን አክብሮት አለመስጠት፣ እኛን ሊያጋልጥ የሚችል ነጥብ ሲያነሱ ማቋረጥ፣ የማይክሮፎን ድምጹን መቀነስ ወዘተ እነዚህ ግብዞች ትግራዋያን እንዳያዝኑባቸውና እራሳቸውንም በማታለል የተሻለ እንቅልፍ ይወስዳቸው ዘንድ የሚጠቀሙባቸው ኢክርስቲያናዊና ከንቱ ስልቶችናቸው።

👉 እነዚህ ግብዞች፤

እኛ ኦሮማራዎች ላለፉት መቶ ሰላሳ ዓመታት ሰሜናውያኑን ትግራዋያንን በደንብ አታልለናቸዋል እኮ! በምኒልክ፣ ኃይለ ሥላሴና መንግስቱ ኃይለ ማርያም በኩል ሰርቶልናል እኮ! ዛሬም በግራኛ ዳግማዊ በኩል እያደረግነው ነው፤ ስለዚይ አሁን ለቀጣዮቹ መቶ ዓመታት እያታለልናቸውና ደማቸውን እየመጠጥን እንዳስፈለገን ለመኖር እንችል ዘንድ፤ ላለፉት ስድስት ወራት የሰራናቸውን ግፍ ሁሉ እንዳልሰራን አድረገን እነሱንም እራሳችንንም በማሳመን ልንቆጣጠራቸው ይገባል። መቼስ የትግራይ ልጆች እንደ ህፃናት የዋኾች፣ ቶሎ የሚረሱና ይቅር የሚሉ ናቸው። ከምንጊዜውም በላይ አጋጣሚው በድጋሚ ተፈጥሮልናልና ያሰብነው ሁሉ ተሳክቶልናል፣ የፈለግነውን ሁሉ ባይሆንም የሚቻለንን ሁሉ ጨፍጭፈናል፣ አስርበናል፣ አሳድደናል፣ ደፍረናል፣ አፈናቅለናል፣ ሞራላቸውን ለመጭዎቹ ሰላሳ ዓመታት ያህል ሰብረናል። ስለዚህ አሁን ልናስተዛዝንላቸው ያልፈለግነውን ሐዘናቸውን ከጨረሱና ቁጣቸውንም ካበረዱ ከስድስት ወራት በኋላ በየአጋጣሚው እየጋበዝን ለደረስባቸው ግፍ ሁሉ እኛ ሳንሆን እነርሱ ተጠያቂዎች እንዲሆኑ አድርገን እንጮኻለን፤ አልፎ አልፎ የራሳችንን ሰዎች እንዲጎዱ አድርገን እኛ ተበዳዮች እንደሆን አድርገን እናለቅሳለን፤ ከዚያም በእነርሱ ላይ ምንም ነገር እንዳልተፈጸመና እነርሱ እራሳቸው ለሁሉም ተጠያቂዎች እንደሆኑ በመንገር እየተሳሳቅን የኩኩሉሉ ጨዋታውን እንደገና እንጀምራለን፣ የህብረት ባሕላዊ ትርኢት ቅብርጥሴ እያልን እስከ ሚቀጥለው ጦርነት እና ረሃብ ድረስ እየደቆስናቸው በሰላም እንኖራለን። እያሉ እራሳቸውን በማታላል በመለኮታዊ ዓለም ተጠያቂ ከሚሆኑበት ኃጢዓት ሁሉ እራሳቸውን ነፃ ያደረጉ ይመስላቸዋል፣ በዚህ መልክ ከስነልቦናዊ ባርነት እራሳችንን ነፃ አውጥተናል፤ ትግራዋያን በልባቸው አላዘኑብም እኮ፤ ያው ፈገግታ እያሳዩ ነው እኮ ስለዚህ መላእክቶቻቸው አያስቸግሩንምና አይቀጡንም እና በሰላም እንቅልፍ ይወስደናል፤ብለው ያስባሉ።

በሜዲያ ወጥተው እራሳቸውን ለማሳየት ወስነዋልና፤ ዛሬ በአቴቴ መንፈስ የተሞሉት ኦሮማራ የዩቲውብ አልቃሾች ትግራይን በሚመለከት ከትግራዋያን ጋር የቆሙትን ዩቲውበሮች እርኩስ መንፈሳዊ በሆነ መልክ በማሳደድ ላይ ናቸው።

እኔ በአጋጣሚ ሆኖ የደረስኩባቸው፤ ለወንድማችን ቴዎድሮስ ፀጋዬ የተመደበውና መላው የኢትዮ360 ባልደረቦቹን በአቴቴ መንፈስ ውስጥ ለማስገባት የበቃው ኦሮሙማ ኤርሚያስ ለገሰ፣

ለእዮዳብ እረዳ የተመደቡትና እንደ እነ ታዬ ቦጋለ ለአማራ ሕዝብ የቆሙ የሚያስመስሉትና በጣም ትግራዋይ ጠል የሆኑት እባቦቹ ኦሮሙማዎቹ ሃብታሙ በሻው፣ የዩናይትድ ኢትዮጵያው ልጅ፣ መስፍን ፈይሳ እና በቀጣዩ ኤርምያስ ለገሰ ናቸው። የሲ.አይ.ኤ የአእምሮ ቁጥጥር ተግባር ታክሎበት፤ አቴቴ ስራዋን በድነብ እንደሰራች በእዮዳብ ላይ አሁን አይተነዋል። እነዚህን ቻነሎች ሞኒተር ማድረግ የጀመርነው ላለፉት አሥር ወራት ነው።

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Telegraph Exclusive: Ethiopians Suffer Horrific Burns in Suspected White Phosphorus Attacks

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on May 24, 2021

Another War Crime in Tigray – Chemical Weapons

🔥 Weapons experts said images obtained by the Telegraph show injuries consistent with the chemical

Civilians in northern Ethiopia have suffered horrific burns consistent with the use of white phosphorus, a potential war crime, the Telegraph can disclose.

Exclusive footage and accounts of witnesses and victims smuggled out of the war in Tigray suggests the Ethiopian and Eritrean armies may have used powerful incendiary weapons in civilian areas.

Leading chemical weapons experts said the footage is consistent with white phosphorus, which is banned from use against human targets under international law.

The victims include Kisanet Gebremicheal, a 13-year-old girl from the village of Adi’ayqoro in central Tigray who suffered agonising burns when her home came under attack on April 20.

“A heavy weapon hit the house, and fire fell from the roof,” she said on the phone inbetween sobs. “It burned me immediately. It had the smell of gunpowder.”

Footage taken in hospital shortly after Ms Gebremicheal made it to the medical centre shows her dark skin entirely burnt away from her arms, legs, face and hands — all that’s left is a white and red paste of flesh and fat.

‘Oh, my heart. What is this?’

“Oh, my heart. Oh, what the hell is this? Oh mum,” she wails as the nurses wrap her burnt, infected body as gently as they can. But the morphine does not work any more, so even her mother’s soft touch is agony.

Even the gentle touch of Kisanet’s mother, Genet Asmelash, leaves her in agonising pain

White phosphorus is a chemical that catches fire when exposed to air and burns at more than 2,700 degrees Celsius. Like the napalm used in the Vietnam War, it self-oxidises, meaning it is almost impossible to put out once it touches human skin.

The incendiary chemical lies in a legal grey zone. It can be used legally to illuminate the battlefield at night or to provide tactical smoke screens. But its use against people can be classified as a war crime under the United Nations’ Geneva Conventions.

“These horrific injuries look very similar to injuries I’ve seen on casualties in North-east and North-west Syria. It looks like injuries caused by white phosphorus,” said Hamish de Bretton-Gordon, the former commander of the UK’s Joint Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Regiment.

“White phosphorous has been used in Syria as an incendiary device to set fire to towns and villages and to drive civilians out of areas the Syrian Army wants to capture. It was very effective.

“The UN and other bodies were called to investigate. But nobody would, and nobody condemned its use because it’s very hard to prove it was used with ‘intent’ against people.”

“Because of this inaction, I expect every dictator and rogue state believed that they could use these horrifically effective munitions with impunity. And this seems to be the case in Tigray,” adds Mr de Bretton Gordon, author of ‘Chemical Warrior’.

The images come six months after Ethiopia’s Nobel Peace Prize-winning Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and Eritrea’s totalitarian dictator Isias Afwerki launched a massive offensive to destroy the powerful ruling party in Tigray, a mountainous part of Ethiopia.

Since November, thousands if not tens of thousands of people have been killed in the conflict, which has pushed large parts of the region into famine. Restricted access for journalists and human rights researchers and periodic communications blackouts make it hard to verify a flood of accounts of war crimes, ethnic cleansing and gang rapes that have emerged from the conflict.

‘Everything except my hair was burning’

Genet Asmelash, Kisanet Gebremicheal’s mother, says her two daughters were working in the family home on April 20 when the heavy weapon exploded above.

Eritrean troops are known to be blocking food aid from reaching civilians in the area of central Tigray where they live. Ms Asmelash said there was no fighting in the area, and it was daylight when the shell struck.

“There was a bad smell, something that suffocates…something like a poison or a chemical. It was like a cloud, and I could not see the house.”

There was smoke and fire everywhere immediately, she explained, adding that she was too shocked to run back into the house to rescue her daughters.

Yemane Weldemicheal has horrendous burns on much of his body

Near the girl’s hospital bed in the Tigrayan regional capital, Mekele, lies another victim: a young man with horrific burns covering his face, hands, arms and legs. Eighteen-year-old Yemane Weldemicheal is from a completely different area, a village named Adi Woluwo in eastern Tigray.

“It was April 9. I was alone sitting in my house, which is made of stone and mud. A heavy weapon landed into the house suddenly.

“It has a suffocating smell. It made a fire inside the house. I was burning immediately. Everything except my hair was burning,” he told the Telegraph.

Mr Weldemicheal says both Eritrean and Ethiopian soldiers were in control of the area when he was hit, and there was no ongoing fighting.

Medical staff say they have seen more child victims and that they suspect many others died of their wounds before they made it through military roadblocks to the regional capital.

“This could easily be the result of a white phosphorus munition. It is possible that high explosive munitions caused some fires. But this seems more like an incendiary weapon like white phosphorus,” said Dan Kaszeta, a chemical and biological specialist at The Royal United Services Institute, a defence think tank.

Ethiopia is a signatory of the Chemical Weapons Convention, which bans the use of weapons like mustard gas, while Eritrea is not. Neither country has signed the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons, which bans using incendiary weapons like white phosphorous on people.

The Telegraph asked the Ethiopian and Eritrean governments for comment. Neither replied.

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🔴 የአቤል ደም ከምድር ወደ እግዚአብሔር እንደ ጮኸ ሁሉ፣ የዘ-ብሔረ አክሱም ልጆች ደም ወደ እግዚአብሔር በመጮኽ ላይ ይገኛል!

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200 Days of #TigrayGenocid | “It’s Better to Be The Victim Than The Perpetrator”

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It takes the genuine gift of faith from God to see ourselves as perpetrators.

Salvation from our state of sin can’t come while we see ourselves as victims. Salvation comes only when we confess ourselves as perpetrators, as sinners against God and man.

How can we get over that hurdle of pride, stubbornness, and self-justification? It takes the genuine gift of faith from God to see ourselves as perpetrators. Oh, we who profess to believe commonly declare that we’re sinners according to the Scriptures and doctrine we’ve been taught. When someone rightly speaks more specifically and personally to us about our spiritual shortfall before God, however, addressing that perpetrator nature in us, we’re offended.

We protest vehemently as victims and proceed to kill the messenger. We loathe accepting we’re at fault. We refuse to see ourselves as sinners, so we lie and, in the process, call God a liar, essentially declaring the sacrifice of Christ unnecessary because we are innocent. We despise the blood He shed for our sakes.

With the recognition of being a perpetrator (by conviction of the Holy Spirit) come shame, remorse, and repentance before God. To acknowledge oneself as a perpetrator is to take the path of salvation. Four of the greatest and truest words any person can ever speak are, “I am a sinner.” Salvation is for perpetrators, not victims. And the Gospel calls for perpetrators to repent.

“ ‘When Jesus heard that, He said to them, “Those who are well have no need of a physician, but those who are sick., But go and learn what this means: ‘I desire mercy and not sacrifice.’ For I did not come to call the righteous, but sinners, to repentance.’” (Matthew 9:12-13).

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