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Wednesday, February 5, 2020
Observers in Ethiopia are in a great fear that the current Ethiopian Government officials and police force from Oromia region are full of anti-Semitic and anti-Ethiopian orthodox Tewahido church.
Prime Minister Abiy must act on it. የጠቅላይ ሚኒስትር ዓቢይ መንግስት በፀረ-ኢትዮጵያ ኦርቶዶክስ ተዋህዶ እና ፀረ ሴማውያን ባለስልጣናት እና የፖሊስ ኃይል ተሞልቷል።ጠቅላይ ሚኒስትሩ በፍጥነት ርምጃ መውሰድ አለባቸው። (ጉዳያችን ልዩ የእንግሊዝኛ ዘገባ) Gudayachn Special ጉዳያችን / Gudayachn February 5/2020
This evening, just before two hours, Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido Church Patriarch His Holiness Abune Mathias condemned last night’s brutal act of the Government on Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido Church followers. Following the police brutal action, two people were killed and many others were seriously wounded and taken to hospitals in Addis Ababa.
It was yesterday around midnight that Police in Addis Ababa in a place called ''22 SEFER'' surrounded innocent Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido Church followers, opened tear gas and fired live bullets. During this black midnight, when the police acted on innocent citizens, children, young, old fathers and mothers were sleeping around the newly built church's temporary house.
Many people are criticizing Abiy's government’s top officials and the members of police forces (particularly those who came from Oromiya region) that they are anti-Semitic and anti-Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido Church Christians. Since PM Abiy’s administration came to power two years ago, Ethiopians are increasingly criticizing his government not only for its inability to protect the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido Churches' followers and buildings but for the unwillingness of the police force to intervene when the church followers were attacked by extremists in eastern and southern part of the country.
In 2019 only, over 15 Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido churches were burnt down and over one hundred followers of the church were killed, just for their Christian faith and for being Semitic. Observers in Ethiopia are in a great fear that Abiy’s administration is full of officials and members of the police force who are alarmingly anti-Semitic and anti-Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido church.
''Abiy himself may not have such symptoms, but his officials and the police force need to be checked properly. This must be done by Abiy himself. He should check who is around him.'' one observer from Addis Ababa reflected his feeling on the current situation of Ethiopia to Gudayachn.
''If the situation continues like this the security of the nation may develop to a very dangerous and unexpected way.'' another Bank Officer said to Gudayachn via telephone from the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa.
According to Gudayachn’s observation, PM Abiy's administration’s ability to keep peace and security in the country is going from bad to worse. Most problems are due to unnecessary delay to act against illegal moves of extremists. In fact, the problem is not restricted to Abiy's administration, but some opposition parties based in Oromiya region are also officially reflecting their anti-Semitic sentiments. It was just three weeks ago, that Oromo Federal Congress (OFECO) election campaign led by a controversial activist and the former managing director of the Oromia Media Network, Jawar Mohamed, delivered an anti-Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido Church and anti-Semitic speech, which was widely condemned by Ethiopians worldwide and at home. Following this particular anti-Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido church and anti-Semitic speech, an influential Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido church association called PETROSAWYAN ''ጴጥሮሳውያን'' in Amharic accused the campaign and the media which transmitted the provoking election campaign. The association has written an open letter to Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and other key government offices.
There is one word you can hear in Ethiopia, when I am writing this news and analysis. That is Prime minister Abiy must act on anti-Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahido church and anti-Semitic forces in all part of the country. Otherwise the Horn of Africa nation may jump into unexpected political turmoil.
His Hollyness Abune Matias and the Mayor of Addis Ababa, Takele Uma Press release on brutal action of police in Addis Ababa, February 5,2020