የድምፀ ወያነ ላንቃ ተዘጋ!!! ሠማዕታቱን የረሳ ትግል፣ ዳግም ለመግደል የተሠናዳ ነው!!!

88ሚሊዮን ዘአማኑኤል

የ1997ዓ/ም ምርጫ ኢትዮጵያዊያን ዜጎችን በግፍ የገደሉ ወንጀለኞች ለፍርድ ይቅረቡ! ለህብረ-ብሔር ሠማዕታት መታሰቢያ ሐውልት ይቁምላቸው!!!የህወሓት የፕሮፓጋንዳ ዋነኛ መሣሪያ ድምፀ ወያነ በ1975 ዓ/ም ተቆቁሞ በ2013 ዓ/ም በኢትጵጵያ መከላከያ ሠራዊት ኃይል በሠላሣ አመቱ በቁጥጥር ሥር ዋለ!!! ግፍ ሞልቶ ፈሠሠ!!! የትግራይ ሠማዕታትን ህዝባዊ ትግል አርክሰውት ለራሳቸው ኃብትና ንብረት ዝርፍያ ሲሉ ትግሉን ከዱ፣ በሥልጣን ጥም ሠከሩ፣ መቐለ መሸጉ፣የህወሓት የጦር አበጋዞች በትግራይ መቀበሬቸው ሆነ፡፡ በስብዓዊ ጋሻነት የተያዘው የትግራይ ህዝብም ነፃ ወጣ!!!የድምፀ ወያነ ላንቃ ተዘጋ!!! ከዚህ ምን እንማራለን፡-

የአጣሪ ኮሚሽን ሊቀመንበር ፍሬህይወት ሳሙኤል፣ የአጣሪ ኮሚሽን ምክትል ሊቀመንበር ወልደሚካኤል መሸሻ፣ጠበቃ ምትኩ ተሾመ፣ የመለስ ዜናዊን ግድያ ለዓለም ህብረተሰብ በማሳወቃችሁ ክብርና ሞገስ በሰማዕታቱ ቤተሰቦቸና በኢትዮጵያ ህዝብ ስም እናቀርብላችኃለን፡፡ ኢትዮጵያ የእንደእናንተ ዓይነት ጀግኖች መገኛ ናትና በሥራችሁ ልትኮሩ ይገባችኃል፡፡ (ፍሬህይወት ሳሙኤል፣ካንግረስማን ዶናልድ ፓይን፣ ምትኩ ተሾመ፣አምኒስቲ ኢንተርናሽናል ላይን ፍሬድሪክሰን) መቼም የትም አይደገም (Never Ever Again!!!) ፖለቲከኞች ለምርጫ ቅስቀሳ ሲመጡ የ1997 ዓ/ም ሠማዕታቱን ጉዳይ  ምን እንዳደረሱት  የሞች እናትና አባቶች ልጆቻችሁን የረሶቸውን አድርባይ ፖለቲከኞች ጠይቁ የኢዜማውን ፕሮፌሰር ብርሃኑ ነጋ፣ የኦፌኮውን ፕሮፌሰር መረራ ጉዲና፣ ፕሮፌሰር በየነ ጴጥሮስ፣  የብልፅግናውን ዶክተር አብይ አህመድ፣ አንዳርጋቸው ፅጌ፣ ልደቱ አያሌው፣ ኃይሉ ሻውል፣ ብርቱካን ሚደቅሳ የዛ ዘመን የፖለቲካ ተዋናይ የነበሩ ቦልተኞች ጠይቁ እንላለን፡፡ የሠማዕታቱ ቤተሰቦችና ጎደኞች ተሰባስባችሁ በመደራጀት የሞች ልጆቻችን መታሰቢያ ሐውልትና የሞች ቤተሰቦችን ለመርዳት መረዳጃ ማህበር ማቆቆም ታሪካዊ ግዴታ አለባችሁ እንላለን፡፡  ‹‹የነገ ሟች ዛሬ አስክሬን ይሸኛል!!!›› አቡነ ማቲያስ

የምርጫ 2013ዓ/ም በተመለከተ፡- የዶክተር አብይ አህመድ የብልፅግና ፓርቲና ተወዳዳሪ ፓርቲዎች የኢትዮጵያ ብሔራዊ ምርጫ ቦርድ ያወጣውን የምርጫ ጊዜ ሠሌዳ ዳግም ማራዘም ያስፈልጋል እንላለን፡፡ ምክንያቱም ምርጫ በዚህ ጊዜ ማድረግ ለሌላ ከፋፋይ አጀንዳ ስለሚያጋልጠን ረጋ ብለን በሰከነ መንፈስ ሌላ ጊዜ ቢደረግ መንግስት በፊት ሠላምና መረጋጋት ያስፍን፣ ማንኛውም ዜጋ በህይወት የመኖር መብቱን ያስከብር የኮቪድ አስራ ዘጠኝ በሽታም መጨመር ታሳቢ በማድረግ ምርጫውን ጊዜ ማስተላለፍ ከጉዳቱ ጥቅሙ ያመዝናል እንላለን፡፡ መንግሥት በህወሓት የጦር አበጋዞች መንግሥት ላይ የወሰደውን ቆራጥ እርምጃና ድል እስከወዲያኛው ለማስጠበቅ በአንድ በኩል ለዶክተር አብይ መንግሥት ሁለንተናዊ ድጋፍ ማድረግ  በሌላ በኩል ዳክተር አብይ በኦሮሙማ ዘረኛና ተረኛ አመለካከት ወጥመድ ውስጥ እንዳይገባ ድጋፋዊ ሂስ በመስጠት ትግሉን መቀጠል የታሪክ ግዴታ ነው፡፡ ተወዳዳሪ ፓርቲዎች ይህን የፖለቲካ ታክቲክና ስትራቴጂ ነድፈው ህዝብን መምራት  ይጠበቅባቸዋል፡፡ ከ1997ዓ/ም ምርጫ ምን እንማራለን፡፡

Ethiopia: November is to Remember!

https://amharic.zehabesha.com/ethiopia-november-is-to-remember/ November 14, 2011

The world is a dangerous place to live, not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don’t do anything about it,” cautioned Albert Einstein. Because Germans who could have done something did not, on 9-10 November 1938, the Nazis killed nearly 100 innocent Jewish people and arrested and deported 30,000 others. They also burned thousands of Jewish synagogues and businesses. That was Krystallnacht (Night of Broken Glass). It was the forerunner to the Jewish Holocaust.

On 6-8 June and 1-4 November 2005, following the Ethiopian elections that year, scores of unarmed men, women and children were killed by security personnel loyal to the ruling regime. An official Inquiry Commission established by dictator Meles Zenawi documented that 193 unarmed Ethiopians demonstrating in the streets and others held in detention were intentionally shot and killed by police and paramilitary forces and 763 wounded. The Commission completely exonerated the victims and pinned the entire blame on the police and paramilitary forces and those who had command and control over them:

There was no property destroyed [by protesters]. There was not a single protester who was armed with a gun or a hand grenade (as reported by the government-controlled media that some of theprotesters were armed with guns and bombs). The Commission members agreed that the shots fired by government forces were not to disperse the crowd of protesters but to kill by targeting the head and chest of the protesters.”

To testify against Evil is the moral and civic duty of the living. Elie Wiesel, the Holocaust survivor and the man the Nobel Committee called the “messenger to mankind”, reminds us all that as the survivors of the victims of Evil we have to make a choice:

For the survivor who chooses to testify, it is clear: his duty is to bear witness for the dead and the living. He has no right to deprive future generations of a past that belongs to our collective memory. To forget would be not only dangerous but offensive; to forget the dead would be akin to killing them a second time. The witness has forced himself to testify. For the youth of today, for the children who will be born tomorrow. He does not want his past to become their future.”

For the past five years, I have sought to testify against Evil by bearing witness for the victims of June and November 2005, and for Ethiopia’s youth of today and for the children who will be born tomorrow. In 2007, I appeared in the court of world opinion and testified for the first time on behalf of the innocent victims of crimes against humanity. I testified for them in 2008. I testified for them in 2009, and again in 2010. I shall continue to testify because that is my way of making the “world a less dangerous place” for the powerless, the voiceless, the hopeless, the voteless, the defenseless, the nameless, the faceless, the jobless, the foodless, the landless, the leaderless, the homeless and the parentless. It is also my way of making the world a more accountable place for the conscienceless, the ruthless, the merciless, the remorseless, the reckless, the senseless, the shameless, the soulless, the thoughtless and the thankless.

The high and mighty who reigned over the 2005 massacres now sit ensconced in their stately pleasure domes drunk with power, consumed by hate and frolicking in decadence. They look down swaggering with hubris, sneering at justice, scorning truth, and desecrating the memory of the innocent. But recent history teaches a harsh lesson: “Truth and justice will not forever hang on the scaffold nor wrong cling to the throne forever.” Justice shall “roll down like waters, and righteousness like a mighty stream.
The debt of gratitude we owe our Ethiopian heroes who stood up for justice and truth in revealing and documenting the horrific stories of the 2005 massacres. These monstrous crimes against humanity would have been swept into the dustbin of oblivion and lost in the mist of time but for the courageous and meticulous investigations carried out by Inquiry Commission chairman and vice chairman and former judges Frehiwot Samuel and Woldemichael Meshesha, lawyer Mitiku Teshome and human rights investigator/defender Yared Hailemariam. These individuals chose to testify and paid a high personal price for telling the gut-wrenching, heartbreaking and mindbending truth about the massacres. They now live in exile facing extreme hardship, separated from their families and unable to pursue the professions they cherished so much.

When the modern history of Ethiopia is written, their names will be listed at the very top for displaying courage under fire, hope in the face of despair, bravery in the face of personal danger, and unflinching fortitude in the face of extreme adversity. I can only offer them my profound thanks and express my deepest appreciation for what they have done. An entire nation, indeed an entire continent, owes them a heavy debt of gratitude: “Never have so many owed so much to so few!”

Remember the Martyrs of June and November 2005

On May 15, 2005, Meles Zenawi declared a State of Emergency in Ethiopia and brought all security and military forces in the country under his personal command and control: “As of tomorrow, for the next one month no demonstrations of any sort will be allowed within the city and its environs. As peace should be respected within the city and its environs, the government has decided to bring all the security forces, the police and the local militias, under one command accountable to the prime minister.”

On June 6-8 and November 1-4, 2005, the following individuals were gunned down by state security forces in street demonstrations or trapped in their cells at Kality Prison just outside the capital Addis Ababa. The victims enumerated below are included in the Testimony of Yared Hailemariam, investigator for the Ethiopian Human Rights Council (EHRCO) and human rights defender in exile (extremely graphic pictures included in report, reader discretion advised), before the Extraordinary Joint Committee Meeting of the European Parliament on Development and Foreign Affairs and Subcommittee on Human Rights, “Crimes Against Humanity in Ethiopia: The Addis Ababa Massacres of June and November, 2005”.

The number of victims reported in the Inquiry Commission report list only those casualties for the particular dates in June and November. There is undisclosed evidence by the Commission which shows a much higher casualty figure than those reported if other dates in 2005 were included. No one has yet to be held accountable for these crimes against humanity. In fact, there is a confirmed list of at least 237 policemen who actually pulled the trigger to cause the carnage, and all of them are still walking the streets free today.
Our heads bowed in honor and respect for these martyrs, our hearts filled with the hope of justice to flow like a mighty stream and our minds resolved in steely determination, let us read out the names of the victims and reflect on their sacrifices for the youth of Ethiopia today and the children who will be born tomorrow:

‹‹ወንድሙን ሲገለው፣ ወንድሙን ካልከፋው፣

ሱሪውን አምጡለት ደሙ እንዲከረፋው፡፡

በርከክ በርከክ አሉ አውሬ መስያቸው፣

ከሰው መፈጠሬን ማን በነገራቸው፡፡››

‹‹ገዳዬቹን አስታውሳለሁ፣ ሞቾቹንም አስታውሳለሁ፣ ምንም እንኳን አንድ ሽህ አንድ ምክንያቶችን ተስፋ እያደረግሁ በፅናት እታገላለሁ፡፡ ምክንያቱም ተስፋ ብቆርጥም አስታውሳለሁ፣ ዘወትር አስታውሳለሁ፣ ተስፋ መቁረጥን ለማስወገድ ሃላፊነት አለብኝ፡፡ ተስፋ ማድረግ ከተስፋ መቁረጥ ይሻላል፡፡›› ኢሊ ዊስል

  1. ሽብሬ ደለለኝ የሃያ ሦስት ዓመት ወጣት ሴት አንገቷን በጥይት ተመታ የሞተች (Shibre Delelegn, age 23, female, shot in the neck and killed.)
    2. የሱፍ አብደላ የሃያ ሦስት  አመት ወጣት የኮተቤ መምህራን ማሰልጠኛ ኮሌጅ ተማሪ ከጀርባው በሁለት ጥይት ተመቶ የተገደለ፡፡ (Yesuf Abdela, age 23, male, student at Kotebe Teachers’ College, shot in the back with two bullets and killed.)
    3. ሃድራ ሽኩራና የሃያ ዓመት ወጣት ግንባሩን ተመቶ የተገደለ (Hadra Shikurana, age 20, male, shot in the forehead and killed.)
    4. ነብይ አለማየሁ የአስራ ስድስት አመት ወጣት የአስረኛ ክፍል ተማሪ ወደ ትምህርት ቤት ሲሄድ ደረቱን ተመቶ የተገደለ (Nebiy Alemayehu, age 16, male, 10th grade student, shot in the chest on the way to school and killed.
    5. ዮናስ አሰፋ Yonas Asseffa, age 24, male, shot through the right ear and killed.
    6. ዳዊት ፍቃዱ Dawit Fekadu, age 18, male, shot in the chest and killed.
    7. መልሳቸው ደምሴ Melisachew Demissie, age 16, male, 6th grade student on the way to school to take his examination, shot in the forehead and killed.
    8. ወሰን አሰፋ Wessen Assefa, age 28, male, a trader, shot in the chest and killed.
    9. ዙሉፋ ሱሩር Zulufa Surur, age 50, male, a mother of seven shot in the back while standing in the doorway of her house and killed.
    10. ፍቃዱ ነጋሽ Fekadu Negash, age 22, male, shot in the chest and killed as he stood near his residence.
    11. አብርሃም ይልማ Abraham Yilma, age 16, male, brother of Fekadu (victim no. 10), upon hearing that his brother was shot by the police, Abraham ran to aid his brother. As he lifted up his dying brother to help, a policeman shot him. Both brothers died on the scene.
    12. ቢንያም ደንበል Biniyam Dembel, age 19, male, shot and killed.
    13. ንጉሴ ዋብዶ Negussie Wabedo and Mohammed Hassen, ages unknown, male, both individuals were shot in the forehead and killed.
    14. በልዩ ዱፋ Beliyu Dufa, age 20, male, shot in the chest and killed.
    15. ረደላ ኮምባዶ Redela Kombado, age 26, male, an assistant to a taxi driver, shot in the chest and killed.
    16. ሚሊዩን ከበደ Milion Kebede, age 30, male, a cashier with Anbessa city bus, shot and killed on the way to work.
    17.  ገነት አያሌው Getnet Ayalew, age 24, male, first shot and wounded in his right thigh. As a friend was helping him to reach a safe place, the policeman realized that he was still alive and shot him in the abdomen for the second time. The friend ran away terrified. When Getnet’s family members came, the policeman took aim and threatened to shoot them if they tried to help him. He bled for about half an hour and died in the hospital.
    18. ዋሲሁን ከበደ Wassihun Kebede, age 22, male, shot in the head and killed.
    19. ደረጀ ዳመና Dereje Damena, age 24, male, shot in the forehead and killed.
    20. እሱባለው አሸናፊ Esubalew Ashenafi, age unknown, male, shot and killed near his home.
    21.  አዲሱ በላቸው Addisu Belachew, age 23, male, a businessman and father of 3 children, shot in the eye and killed.
    22. ለገሰ ቱሉ Legesse Tulu, age 64, male, a carpenter and father of 5, shot and killed as he looked for his son.
    23. ጃፋር ሠይድ Jafar Seid, age 28, male, shot in the forehead and killed.
    24. አሸናፊ ደረሰ Ashenafi Derese, age 22, male, shot and killed near his home.
    25. ግርማ አለሙ Girma Alemu, age 38, male, shot the chest and killed.
    26. መኪ ነጋሽ Meki Negash, age unknown, male, shot and killed while going to mosque at Sebategna Agip.
    27. ደስታ Desta, age 28, female, (her father listed at #28) shot in the chest and killed.
    28. በልዩ ባዩ Beliyu Bayu, age 20, male, shot in the left side of his body and killed.
    29. እንዳልካቸው መገርሳ Endalkachew Megersa, age 18, male, shot in the forehead and killed.
    30. ደመቀ ካሣ  Demeke Kassa, age 24, male, shot in the forehead and killed.
    31. አንዋር ኪያር ሱሩር Anwar Kiyar Surur, age 20, male, shot in the forehead and killed.
    32. ካሲም አሊ Kasim Ali, age 23, male, shot in the forehead and killed.
    33. ብርሃኑ አይናይ Berhanu Aynie, age estimated 20-25, male, shot and killed in front of Addis Ketema School.
    34. ኢማኑ አሊ Imamu Ali, age 21, male, shot and killed.
    35. ኤርሚያስ ፍቃዱ Ermias Fekadu, age 20, male, shot and killed.
    36. አልዩ ዩሱፍ Aliyu Yusuf, age 20, male, shot and killed.
    37. ተስፋዬ ደልገባ Tesfaye Delgeba, age 19, male, shot and killed.
    38. ሃብታሙ አመንሲሳ Habtamu Amensisa, age 30, male, shot and killed.
    39. ገዛህኝ መንገሻ Gezahegn Mengesha, age 15, male, shot and killed.
    40. አስናቀጭ አሰፋ Asnakech Asseffa, age 35, female, shot and killed.
    41. ሪቡማ እሸቴ Rebuma Eshete, age 34, male, shot and killed
    42. ሳምሶን ነጋሺ Samson Negash, age unknown, male, shot dead killed. (Police record number 13097.)
    43. ፍቃዱ ሃይሌ Fekadu Haile, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    45. ፋቃዱ ሃይሉ Fekadu Hailu, age unknown, male, shot and killed. (Police record number 13903.)
    44. ሙባረክ Mubarek, shot and killed. (Police record number 00426)
    45. በየነ ኑሩ ቢዙ Beyene Nuru Bizu, age unknown, male, shot and killed. (Police record number 00437.)
    46. አበበ አንተነህ Abebe Antenehi, age unknown, male, shot and killed. (Police record number 00441.)
    47. ስም ያልታወቀ Unidentified, age unknown, male, shot and killed. (Police record number 00447.)
    48. ስም ያልታወቀ Unidentified, age unknown, male, shot and killed. (Police record number 57351.)
    49. ስም ያልታወቀ Unidentified, age unknown, male, shot and killed. (Police record number 00429.)
    50. ስም ያልታወቀ Unidentified, age unknown, male, shot and killed. (Police record number 00438.)
    51. ስም ያልታወቀ Unidentified, age unknown, male, shot and killed. (Police record number 00425.)
    52. ስም ያልታወቀ Unidentified, shot and killed. (Police record number 00432.)
    53. ስም ያልታወቀ Unidentified, age unknown, male, shot and killed. (Police record number 00428.)
    54. ስም ያልታወቀ Unidentified, age unknown, male, shot and killed. (Police record number 00450.)
    55. ስም ያልታወቀ Unidentified, age unknown, male, shot and killed. (Police record number 00431.)
    56. ስም ያልታወቀ Unidentified, age unknown, male, shot and killed. (Police record number 00430.)
    57. ስም ያልታወቀ Unidentified, age unknown, male, shot and killed. (Police record number 00436.)
    58. ምትኩ ወንዲማ Mitiku Wendima, age unknown, male, shot and killed. (Police record number 00427.)
    59. ተስፋዬ አዳነ ጋሮ Tesfaye Adane Garo, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    60. ታደለ ካምባዶ አወል Tadele Kambado Awel, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    61. ሙባረክ መብራቱ Mubarek Mebratu, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    62. መተክ ዘለቀ Meteek Zeleke, age 24, male, shot and killed.
    63. ክብርት እድሉ Kibret Edelu, age 45, male, shot and killed.
    64. መቆያ መብራቱ Mekoya Mebratu, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    65.አለማየሁ ዘውዴ  Alemayehu Zewde, age 25, male, shot and killed.
    66. ፍቃዱ አመለ ደልጋ Fekadu Amele Delgae, age 32, male, shot and killed.
    67. መሳይ አዲሱ Mesaye Adiss, age 30, male, shot and killed.
    68. በሃይሉ ተስፋዬ Beailu Tesfay, age 22, male, student, shot and killed.
    69. ሲራጅ ኑር Siraj Nure, age 18, male, student, shot and killed
    70. አበበች በቀለ Abebech Bekele, age 57, female, shot and killed.
    71. እቴነሽ ይማም Etenesh Yimam, age 52, female, shot and killed while protesting the arrest of her husband, a CUD member.
    72. ጂግሳ ቶላ ሰጠኝ Giksa Tolla Setegne, age 18, female, 6th grade student; shot and killed.
    73.ክብነሽ መልኬ  Kebneshe Melke, age 50, female, a mother of 5 children; shot and killed.
    74. አባይነህ ሲሳይ Abyaneh Sissay, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    75. ጸጋሁን ወልደሚካኤል Tsegahun W/Michal, age unknown, male, college student, shot and killed.
    76. ያሲን ኑረዲን Yassin Nuredin, age 10, male, shot and killed while playing football.
    77. ከበደ በዳዳ Kebede Bedada, age 20, male, college student; shot and killed.
    78. ታደለ ሸሬ Tadele Shere, age 28, male, daily laborer; shot and killed.
    79. ጃገማ በዳኔ Jaqema Bedane, age 20, male, student, shot and killed.
    80. ሃሰን ዱላ Hassen Dulla, age 70, male, shot and killed.
    81. ሁሴን ሐሰን Hussen Hassen, age 30, male, shot and killed.
    82. እልፍነሽ ተክሌ Elfnesh Tekele, age 35, female, shot and killed.
    83. በላይ ደጀኔ Belaye Dejene, age 15, male, shot and killed.
    84. ተሸመ አዲስ Teshome Addis, age 71, male, shot and killed.
    85. በድማው ሞገስ Bademaw Mogese, age 20, male, shot and killed.
    86. ደሣለኝ ክንዴ Dessalgne Kende, age 20, male, shot and killed.
    87. ሱፍ ማሃመድ Yesuf Mohammed, age 20, male, shot and killed.
    88. ሙሉ ሙጬ Mulu Muche, age unknown, female, shot and killed.
    89. ዘመድሁን አግደው Zemedhun Agedw, age 18, male, shot and killed.
    90. ቴድሮስ ዘውዴ Tewodros Zewde, age 17, male, shot and killed.
    91. ስንታየሁ እስቲፋኖስ Sintayehu Estifanos, age 14, male, student, shot and killed.
    92. ቴውድሮስ ከበደ Tewodros Kebede, age 25, male, shot and killed.
    93. አንባው ለገሰ Ambaw Legesse, age 60, male, shot and killed.
    94. ዘላለም ቀፀላ Zelalem Ketsela, age 31, male, shot and killed.
    95.ደጀኔ ይልማ ገብሬ  Degene Yilma Gebre, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    96.  መላኩ መኮንን ከበደ Melaku Mekonnen Kebede, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    97. ስሙ ያልታወቀ Unidentified, age unknown, male, shot and killed. (Police record number 359180.)
    98. መብራቱ ውብሽት ዘውዴ Mebratu Wubshet Zewide, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    99. ምትኩ ዘለቀ Mitiku Zeleqe, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    100. ስሙ ያልታወቀ Unidentified, age unknown, male, shot and killed. (Police record number 359180.)
    101. ዩሃንስ ሃይሉ Yohannes Hailu, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    102. ዋልዬ ሁሴን መለሰ  Walye Hussen Melese, age unknown, male, shot and killed. (Police record number 21520.)
    103. ሃይለ ግርማ Haile Girma, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    104.ስንታየሁ ውበት መለሰ  Sintayehu Wubet Melese, shot and killed.
    105. ስሙ ያልታወቀ Unidentified, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    106. ፍቅረማርያም ኩምቢ Fikremariam Kumbi, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    107. ካሣ በየነ ሮራ Kassa Beyene Rora, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    108. አያሌው ማሞ Ayalewu Mamo, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    109. ሙሉዓለም Mulualem, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    110. ጌቱ ሸዋንግዛው Getu Shewangizawu, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    111. ስሙ ያልታወቀ Unidentified, age unknown, male, shot and killed. (Police record number 21526.)
    112. ሄኖክ ቀፀላ Henok Qetsela, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    113. አለማየሁ አፈ ዘውድ Alemayehu Afa Zewude, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    114. ስሙ ያልታወቀ Unidentified, age unknown, male,shot and killed. (Police record number 21760.)
    115. ስሙ ያልታወቀ Unidentified, age unknown, male, shot and killed. (Police record number 21761.)
    116.  ትዕዛዙ ወልዴ መኩርያ Tieizazu Welde Mekuriya, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    117. ስሙ ያልታወቀ Unidentified, age unknown, male, shot and killed. (Police record number 21763.)
    118. ቴድሮስ ገብረወልድ Tewodros Gebrewold, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    119. ፍቃዱ ማዴ Fikadu Made, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    120. ሸዋረጋ በቀለ Shewarega Bekele, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    121. መስፍን ገብረወልድ Mesfin Gebrewold, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    122. ብስራት ተስፋዬ Bisrat Tessfaye, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    123. ሸምሱ ከሊድ Shemsu Kelid, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    124. እዬብ ገብረመድህን Eyob Gebremdihin, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    125. ስሙ ያልታወቀ Unidentified, age unknown, male, shot and killed. (Police record number 13087.)
    126. ስሙ ያልታወቀ Unidentified, age unknown, male, shot and killed. (Police record number 13088.)
    127. አባይነህ ሳራ Abaynehi Sara, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    128 አድማሱ ተገኝ አበበ Admassu Tegegne Ababe, age unknown, male, shot and killed.
    129. ሃብታሙ ዘገየ Habtamu Zegeye, age unknown, male, shot and killed.

Mass Killing of Prisoners at Kaliti Prison on November 2, 2005 (Prisoners massacred while trapped in their cells.)በቃሊቲ እስር ቤት የእስረኘች ጅምላ ግድያ በእስር ክፍሎቻቸው ውስጥ የተገደሉ
1ተይብ ሸምሱ መሃመድ. Tteyib Shemsu Mohammed, age unknown, male, charged with instigating armed insurrection.
2. ሳሊ ከበደ Sali Kebede, age unknown, male, no charges indicated.
3. ሰፊው ኢድሪስ ታፈሰ Sefiw Endrias Tafesse Woreda, age unknown, male, charged with rape.
4. ዘገየ ተንኮሉ በላይ Zegeye Tenkolu Belay, age unknown, male, charged with robbery.
5. ቢያድግልኝ ታመነ Biyadgligne Tamene, age unknown, male, charges unknown.
6. ገብሬ መስፍን ዳኜ Gebre Mesfin Dagne, age unknown, male, charges unknown.
7. በቀለ አብርሃም ታዬ Bekele Abraham Taye, age unknown, male, charged with hooliganism.
8. አብሻ ጉታ ሞላ Abesha Guta Mola, age unknown, male, charges unknown.
9. ኩርፋ መልካ ተሊላ Kurfa Melka Telila, convicted of making threats.
10. በጋሻው ተረፈ ጉደታ Begashaw Terefe Gudeta, age unknown, male, charged with brawling [breach of peace].
11. አብዱልወሃብ አህመዲን  Abdulwehab Ahmedin, age unknown, male, charged with robbery.
12. ተስፋዬ አቢ ሙሉጌታ Tesfaye Abiy Mulugeta, age unknown, male, charged with instigating armed insurrection.
13. አዳነ ቢረዳ Adane Bireda, age unknown, male, charged with murder.
14. ይርዳው ከርሰማ Yirdaw Kersema, age unknown, male, no charges indicated.
15. ባልቻ አለሙ ረጋሳ Balcha Alemu Regassa, age unknown, male, charged with robbery.
16. አቡሽ በለው ወዳጆ Abush Belew Wodajo, age unknown, male, no charges indicated.
17. ዋለልኝ ታምሬ በላይ Waleligne Tamire Belay, age unknown, male, charged with rape.
18. ቸርነት ሃይሌ ቶላ Cherinet Haile Tolla, age unknown, male, convicted of robbery.
19. ተማም ሸምሱ ጎለ Temam Shemsu Gole, age unknown, male, no charges indicated.
20. ገበየሁ በቀለ አለነ Gebeyehu Bekele Alene, age unknown, male, no charges indicated.
21. ዳንኤል ታዬ ለኩ Daniel Taye Leku, age unknown, male, no charges indicated.
22. ሞሃመድ ቱጂ ቀኔ Mohammed Tuji Kene, age unknown, male, no charges indicated.
23. አብዱ ነጂብ ኑር Abdu Nejib Nur, age unknown, male, no charges indicated.
24. የማታው ሰርቤሎ Yemataw Serbelo, charged with rape.
25. ፍቅሩ ናትናኤል ሰውነህ Fikru Natna’el Sewneh, age unknown, male, charged with making threats.
26. ሙኒር ከሊል አደም Munir Kelil Adem, age unknown, male, charged with hooliganism.
27. ኃይማኖት በድሉ ተሸመ Haimanot Bedlu Teshome, age unknown, male, convicted of infringement.
28. ተስፋዬ ክብሮም ተከኔ Tesfaye Kibrom Tekne, age unknown, male, charged with robbery.
29. ወርቅነህ ተፈራ ሁንዴ Workneh Teferra Hunde, age unknown, male, no charges indicated.
30. ሲሳይ ምትኩ ሁነኛ Sisay Mitiku Hunegne, charged with fraud.
31. ሙሉነህ አይናለም ማሞ Muluneh Aynalem Mamo, age unknown, male, no charges indicated.
32. ታደሰ ሩፍ የኔነህ Taddese Rufe Yeneneh, charged with making threats.
33. አንተነህ በየቻ ቁበታ Anteneh Beyecha Qebeta, age unknown, male, charged with instigating armed insurrection.
34. ዘሪሁን መረሳ Zerihun Meresa, age unknown, male, convicted of damage to property.
35. ውጋየሁ ዘሪሁን አርጋው Wogayehu Zerihun Argaw, charged with robbery.
36. በከልካይ ታምሩ Bekelkay Tamiru, age unknown, male, no charges indicated.
37. የራስወርቅ አንተነህ Yeraswork Anteneh, age unknown, male, charged with fraud.
38. ባዘዘው ብርሃኑ Bazezew Berhanu, age unknown, male, charged with engaging in homosexual act.
39. ሰለሞን ኢብ ጉታ Solomon Iyob Guta, age unknown, male, charged with rape.
40. አሳየ ምትኩ አረጋ Asayu Mitiku Arage, age unknown, male, charged with making threats.
41. ጋመ ሃይሉ ዘየ Game Hailu Zeye, age unknown, male, charged with brawling [public disorder]
42. ማሩ እናውጋው ድንበሬ Maru Enawgaw Dinbere, age unknown, male, charged with rape.
43. እጅጉ ምናለ Ejigu Minale, age unknown, male, charged with attempted murder.
44. ሃይሉ ቦሰን ሃቢብ  Hailu Bosne Habib, age unknown, male, convicted of providing sanctuary.
45. ትላሁን መሠረት Tilahun Meseret, age unknown, male, no charges indicated.
46. ንጉሴ በላይነህ Negusse Belayneh, age unknown, male, charged with robbery.
47. አሸናፊ አበባው Ashenafi Abebaw, age unknown, male, no charges indicated.
48. ፈለቀ ድንቁ Feleke Dinke, age unknown, male, no charges indicated.
49. ጀንበሬ ድንቅነህ ቢለው Jenbere Dinkineh Bilew, age unknown, male, charged with brawling [public disorder].
50. ቶሎሳ ወርቁ Tolesa Worku Debebe, age unknown, male, charged with robbery.
51. መካሻ በላይነህ ታምሩ Mekasha Belayneh Tamiru, age unknown, male, charged with hooliganism.
52. ይፍሩ አደራው Yifru Aderaw, age unknown, male, no charges indicated.
53. ፋንታሁን ዳኜ Fantahun Dagne, age unknown, male, no charges indicated.
54. ጥበብ ዋኬኔ ቱፋ Tibebe Wakene Tufa, age unknown, male, charged with instigating armed insurrection.
55. ሰለሞን ገብሬ አምላከ Solomon Gebre Amlak, age unknown, male, charged with hooliganism.
56. ባንጃው ቹቹ ካሳሁን Banjaw Chuchu Kassahun, age unknown, male, charged with robbery.
57. ደመቀ አበጀ Demeke Abeje, age unknown, male, charged with attempted murder.
58. እንዳለ እውነቱ መንግስቴ Endale Ewnetu Mengiste, age unknown, male, no charges indicated.
59. አለማየሁ ገርባ Alemayehu Garba, age unknown, male, detained in connection with A ddis Ababa University student demonstration in 2004.
60. ሞርኮታ ኢዶሳ Morkota Edosa, age unknown, male, no charges indicated.

 

“I remember the killers, I remember the victims, even as I struggle to invent a thousand and one reasons to hope. Because I remember, I despair. Because I remember, I have the duty to reject despair. Hope is possible beyond despair.” Elie Wiesel

 

Photo inset 1, L to R- Inquiry Commission Chair Frehiwot Samuel, Co-Chair Woldemichael Meshesha, and attorney Mitiku Teshome. Photo inset 2, L to R- Inquiry Commission Chair Frehiwot Samuel, Congressman Donald Payne, attorney Mitiku Teshome and Amnesty International’s Lynn Fredriksson at a Congressional hearing held on November 16, 2006. Photo inset 3- Collage of some of the victims of the massacres of June and November, 2005.

 

መቼም የትም አይደገም (Never Ever Again!!!)

ለሠማዕታቱ ቤተሰቦች መፅናናትን እንመኛለን!!!

ድጋፋዊ ሂስና ሃቀኛ ዴሞክራሲያዊ ውይይት ይዳብር!!!

ለመሠረታዊ ለውጥ በሠላማዊ መንገድ እንታገል!!!

ምንጭ Reference

https://amharic.zehabesha.com/ethiopia-november-is-to-remember/ November 14, 2011

 

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