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The Tigrean Nationalists’ War Drum Revealed against NAMA | Mesgnaw Andualem

The venomous Tigrai Online website has published, under a heading, “Establishment of National Movement of Amhara and its danger for Ethiopia,” a war declaration on the people of Amhara within a day the National Movement of Amhara (NAMA) was established in Bahir Dar, the second city of Amhara next to the ancient Barara  (now Addis Ababa). Althoguh  NAMA(አብን) made it clear that the ...

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The Ethiopian government must protect thousands of ethnic Amharas | Amnesty International

The Ethiopian government must intervene to protect thousands of ethnic Amharas who are on the verge of displacement due to violent attacks on their homes by ethnically-motivated youth groups in Oromia Regional State, Amnesty International said. Oromo youth groups this week surrounded Amhara homes, beating residents, and looting property in the Siyo District of Qellem Wollega Zone, Oromia State. At ...

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Meles in 2012 and TPLF now: A shift in robing strategy? | Amdetsion Z.

Democracy vs Economic growth In a world economic forum held in Addis in 2012, the late PM Meles Zenawi defends developmental state theory by magnifying the contribution of government regulation and risk of opening the market of service industries for private sector. He was actually deflecting some of the queries raised such as the relationship between democracy and economic growth. ...

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Who is responsible for the mass sterilization of Amharas ? | By Achamyeleh T.

It has been more than 12 years since we have heard the shocking news about the mass sterilization of young Amhara women after they were forced to use sterilizing contraceptives and/or ordered to take sterile contraceptives in the name of preventing pregnancy. This inhuman and barbarous cruelty by the fascist TPLF regime is a deliberately designed project to de-populate the ...

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A displaced Amhara kid in Amhara from Amhara

For the sake of integrity of Ethiopia, we tolerated the flawed constitution, the discriminatory federation, and the prejudiced public institutions and policies for a long. Our patience, tolerance, and the indescribably naïve politics we have been following exposed our community to an immense suffering. Today, millions do not have the right to use their mother tongue in schools, courts, and ...

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U.S. Congress slaps TPLF gov’t | H. Res. 128 activists celebrate

The United States Congress on Tuesday passed a human rights-centered resolution against the Ethiopian government amongst others calling for the respect of human rights and inclusive governance. The relentless Ethiopian human rights activist and leader of Amhara association of America Tewodrose terfie has been mobilizing Ethiopian-Americans to contact their respective Congressmen to vote for the resolution and his and his ...

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ADMAS Press Release on Amhara Leaders Arrest

ADMAS, condemns in the strongest possible terms the arrest and torture of Amhara politicians, journalists and activists that occurred this past weekend in Addis Ababa and Bahir Dar. On March 25, 2018 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, members of the Ethiopian security forces re-arrested over a dozen prominent leaders at a private residence while the leaders were celebrating their own release ...

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Latest: Statement on H. Res. 128 February 28 Deadline

Today, Amhara Association of America received communication from the Office of the Majority Leader that the Government of Ethiopia (GOE) did NOT respond to the demand made that the GOE must “allow for an independent examination of the state of human rights in Ethiopia by a rapporteur appointed by the United Nations” as required in House Resolution 128. The deadline ...

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TIGREAN FASCISM PART II The Background of Tigrean Fascism in Historical Context: The Italian Fascist Occupation and the Ethiopian Students’ Movement

Kassahun Debalke Gebremariam I. Introduction: The Perversion of the Ethiopian Mind The Tigrean Peoples’ Liberation Front (TPLF) has been ruling Ethiopia for the past twenty-five plus years. Although it assumed state power in the name of a pseudo-umbrella “Front” named the Ethiopian Peoples’ Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF); the coalition exists in name only. The so-called Amhara National Democratic Movement (ANDM), ...

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The US Congressman Mike Coffman released a statement on HR-128.

The vicious, atrocious and odious activities persistently perpetrated against innocent Amhara by the fascist TPLF led self-appointed government have finally seem to get a proper attention of the US heavy weight congress officials. Strikingly, similar atrocities happening every day in the Amhara people across the country; just recently, hundreds of thousands Amhara youth and children’s in Weldyia, Kobo and Mersa, ...

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Gihonism as an Ideology of Redemption for the Amhara People: A Review of “Gihonism: Root and Route of Amhara”

by Kassahun Debalke Gebremariam∗ Mesganaw Andualem is one of the pillars and towering figures of the Amhara nationalist movement. He played a key role in the formulation and articulation of our people’s struggle for the right to exist as a people. Now he has given us the book we all were waiting for with much eagerness. He has written his ...

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The U.S. gov’t gave the Ethiopian regime a deadline of 28 days!

The United States on Wednesday, February 01, 2018 has given a 28 days ultimatum to the Ethiopian government to formally announce its consent and allow U.N. human rights investigators unconditional access for the country to investigate human rights violation in Ethiopia specially against the Amhara people. It is to be remembered, on Monday January 29, 2018 there has been a ...

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The Uncharted Amhara Crises of Ethiopia

(Mesganaw Andualem) Ethiopia, the paradox of Africa—the ally of the West, and the home of one of world’s most repressive regimes—has been hard hit by waves of Amhara and Oromo protests over the past two years. The international community is better aware of the Oromo problem than the struggles endured by the Amhara. This lack of attention can be attributed ...

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