Tuesday, June 30, 2020
ሰበር ዜና -የሎሬንት ፀጋዬ ገብረመድህን ቤተሰብ ድምፃዊ ሃጫሉ ሁንዴን አስከሬን ከቤተሰቦቻቸው ለመንጠቅ የሞከረው ጀዋር እና የድርጊቱ ፈፃሚዎች 35 ሰዎች በቁጥጥር ስር ውለዋል።
Monday, June 29, 2020
ሰበር ዜና - በተባበሩት መንግሥታት የፀጥታው ምክርቤት በዛሬው የዓባይ ጉዳይ ስብሰባ ላይ የአሜሪካ ተጠሪ አምባሳደር ኬሊ ክራፍት ያደረጉት ሙሉ ንግግር ጉዳያችን አግኝታለች።ሙሉውን ያንብቡ። Breaking News - US Ambassador to UN, Kelly Craft's speech on the security council meeting of GERD, June 29/2020
Friday, June 26, 2020
ሰበር ዜና - ኢትዮጵያ፣ግብፅ እና ሱዳን ዛሬ በመሪዎች ደረጃ ተነጋገሩ።በሁለት ሳምንታት ውስጥ የጋራ ሰነድ በባለሙያዎች እንዲዘጋጅ ተስማምተዋል።በእዚህ ስምምነት ኢትዮጵያ በለጠች? ወይንስ ተበለጠች? (ጉዳያችን አጭር ልዩ ዘገባ)
- በዛሬው ድርድር ኢትዮጵያ በሶስት ጉዳዮች በልጣለች፣ግብፅ አንድ ጊዜያዊ ድል አግኝታለች።
Tuesday, June 23, 2020
Ethiopians great dam on Nile River is a source of peace and stability for the horn of Africa, Europe and the Middle East as a whole.
It is quite known that poverty leads to instability and insecurity. The miserable lives of over Fifty million Ethiopians, living without any access to electric power had been a great threat of security both in Ethiopia and the horn. According to the 2018 world bank report, only 45% of Ethiopians have access to electricity.That means 55% of the ancient land population had already been disregarded from the basic civilization privilege of electric power in the 21st century. On the contrary, Egypt had fully satisfied the demand of electricity and utilizing the Nile river for agricultural production.
Now the question of justice and mutual benefit is raised.That is without creating any hindrance to Egyptians normal life and all benefits that they are obtaining from the Nile River, Ethiopia is on the way to use her own water resource through building a dam with her own domestic resource and generating an electric power. The dam building process had been confirmed positively by the International Environmental Impact Assessors (EIA). As a result, the negative impact of the dam to downstream countries (Sudan and Egypt) is almost null. Rather it will protect the annual erosion disasters which these countries had been suffering for a number of years.
Currently, the Egyptian Government is trying to mislead the international community and its own people as if Ethiopia had plan to retain the water within her own territory. However, this is contrary to fact.As Ethiopian senior officials repeatedly confirmed that Ethiopia has never planned to retain the water within her territory. That means after passing through the dam to rotate the electric turbines, the water will continue to flow towards Sudan and Egypt.
Last but not least, you should not be surprised,when you hear that almost the whole people of the horn of Africa are waiting eagerly for the starting day of the dam to generate electric power. This is because the issue is not only a matter of generating power. It is more than above it.That is it will stabilize the horn of Africa and the middle east through creating interrelated economic benefits.Because Ethiopia is not only using the generated electric power for her own domestic consumption, but the neighboring and even the middle east countries will also be accessed to get power. Therefore,it must not be undermined to take out millions from devastating poverty is nothing but it is a guarantee to peace and stability. This assurance of peace and stability is not only to the horn of Africa but to the middle east and Europe. Because Ethiopia and the horn could create more jobs for the young generation. As the result the number of illegal refugees,originated from the horn,travelling to the Middle east and Europe will drop down tremendously.Therefore Ethiopian dam is key for the stability of peace and security for the horn of Africa,Europe and the middle east as a whole.
Monday, June 22, 2020
አውሮፓ እና አሜሪካ ተቀምጣችሁ የዓማራ የዘውግ ፖለቲካን በአክትቪዝም ስም ያጦዛችሁ እና ሀገር ቤት ያለውን አመራር እረፍት የነሳችሁ ይህንን ቪድዮ ስትመለክቱ ምን ተሰማችሁ?
Saturday, June 20, 2020
Friday, June 19, 2020
There has been interminable historic conflict and tension between Ethiopian and Egypt over the Nile water. The cause for this historic disagreement is Egypt’s unjust claim to exclude Ethiopia from using the Nile.Egyptian politicians vehemently argue that Egypt, a country that contributes nothing to Nile’s water, has both natural and historical right to exclusively use the river. They argue to the extent that any drop of water that is taken from the river against their will would draw bloody war.Ethiopia, a country that contributes 85 percent of Nile’s water rejects their claim.
It seems, Egyptian politicians’, activists and moguls chauvinism over their military power and the Nile water eroded their understanding of history and reality. This clouded their mind from seeing the fact that Ethiopia has a stronger historic and natural rights claim than Egyptians themselves do. Moreover, they used several tactics to derail Ethiopia’s claim. Among others, they exaggerated Ethiopia’s claim to the extent that the GERD would starve their nation. Nevertheless, they should understand that their bourbon might cost them a lot.
Egyptians claim that they have historic and natural right over the Nile ignoring the fact that both history and nature gratifies the water to Ethiopia. Naturally, Ethiopian owns 85% of the rivers water. In addition, historically the Blue Nile has always been Ethiopians. The Holy Bible further supports this fact. In the Holy Bible, the Blue Nile is named“Gehon”. This river is one of the four rivers that parted from the river that flows in Eden. God allowed this river to flow over Ethiopian soil and fetch its creatures that live in the Ethiopian territory. It offered the river for Ethiopians because God wanted His children that live in the Ethiopian territory to prosper using the water. While this being the case, Egypt’s claim to decide on Ethiopia’s right to use the water remains unnatural. This proves that Egypt’s claim is against both history and natural law.
Despite these, Egyptian politicians falsely allege to the entire world claiming that Nile’s water is their only source of lifeline. They construct their argument ignoring rainfall and underground water as their source of livelihood. I do not understand way Egyptian politicians hide the fact that Egypt is the fourth richest country in underground water resources in Africa. Egypt owns more than 55,200 km3 underground water. Compared to Ethiopia’s 12,700 km3 ground water reserve, Egypt’s resource is very high. Moreover, at this point, it seems important to cite that Egypt uses less than 20 per cent of its total underground water resource potential. Even more, among the 20 per cent, they use they largely use the one found in the Nile aquifer system.
The natural rhetoric of Ethiopia calls for using from Nile’s surplus. What Ethiopia asks to impound in its Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) is the share Egypt misuses and/or wastes. For instance, a scientific study undertaken over Lake Nasser shows that annually between 10 to 16 billion m3 water evaporates from lake. This counts for 20-30% of Egyptian income from the Nile River. This is an amount Egypt may substantially reduce using several scientific remedies. Moreover, what Ethiopia asks to annually fill dam is far below what Egypt annually discharges unused to the Mediterranean Ocean.
If one sees the figures, Ethiopia’s demands only 4.9 billion m3 water from the Nile in the first year impoundment. Its highest claim for the second year is13.5 billion m3 of water. This amount is below what Egypt loses due to evaporation on Lake Nasser. Even more, it is far below what Egypt floods into the Mediterranean Sea.
Witnessing all the above facts, it is easy to understand that deep in their heart Egyptian politicians knew that Ethiopia, in using Nile’s water, does in no way call starvation on their soil. They knew Ethiopia intended neither to wholly arrest the Blue Nile, nor suppress Egypt’s water need. They understand that what Ethiopia asks for is water that allows its dam to generate electricity. They know that the dam is necessary to give basic electricity reach a portion of Ethiopia’s more than 40 per cent population with no access to electricity. They recognize that the dam may relieve millions from starvation from hanger in Ethiopia. In general, they knew that what Ethiopia needs is the recognition of its citizens’ natural and historic right to equitably use the Nile.
Seeing all the above, a person should ask “Why Egyptian politicians and activists get furious when they hear about Ethiopians building their Renaissance Dam so that they may use Nile nimiety?”. There seems to be a perfectly fit answer to this question. Egyptian politicians and elites obstinate against all rational arguments. They want to see a weak and a poor Ethiopia. Unless this is the reality, why would Egyptians take Ethiopia’s gain as a loss while they are losing nothing?
Writer Birat Teklu
Bisrat is a Lecturer of Law at the Ethiopian Civil Service University. He is also a senior Consultant and Attorney-at-Law at Bisrat&Beliyu Law Office. He can be reached at email@example.com.
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Monday, June 8, 2020
በኢትዮጵያውያን የጋራ መድረክ በኖርዌይ አስተባባሪነት የተጠራው ስብሰባ በስቶኮልም የኢትዮጵያ ኤምባሲ የፖለቲካ፣ኢኮኖሚ እና ዲያስፖራ ጉዳዮች ኃላፊ እና ኢትዮጵያውያን ከፍተኛ ባለሙያዎች በተገኙበት በኦስሎ ተካሄደ።
Tuesday, June 2, 2020
ኢትዮጵያ ተጠባባቂ ጦር ማሰልጠን አለባት።በሱዳን በኩል በኢትዮጵያ ላይ እጃቸውን ሊሰነዝሩ የሚያስቡ የአረብ አገራት ለኢትዮጵያ ስጋት ሆነዋል። (ጉዳያችን ልዩ ዘገባ)
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