Think about where Abiy Ahmed was just two years ago and the pariah he is now, put his coronation in the context of the ugly and stubborn reality of ethnic cleansing, carnage, famine and genocide, and bring the state media EBC's messages and images on a day when it is supposed to be busy glorifying the king. It couldn't have been a more ignoble coronation, could it?
Emperor Yohannes IV Palace/Museum is one of the cultural properties targeted in the war on Tigray as part of a systematic campaign of destruction and cultural cleansing.
During his first state visit to Mekelle, the capital of Tigray, Abiy Ahmed said: “Ethiopia without Tigray is as meaningless as a car without an engine.” On many occasions, Abiy Ahmed didn’t hide his admiration for the people of Tigray and their role in building the Ethiopia he inherited.
This analysis of data collected on 3000 civilian victims identified so far looks at what the numbers and demographics tell us about the massacres in Tigray.
In the fourth installment of TGHAT Forum, Dr. Goitom Gebreluel moderates a discussion with Professor Mukesh Kapila and Dr. Patrick Wight about the international response to the Tigray war. Professor…
If institutions like the UN do not amend their approach to the Tigray crisis, the suffering of millions will continue and likely increase in the coming months.
Ceasefire must be pursued to save lives from engineered famine, but it is not an ultimate solution as the mistrust between parties to the conflict is so severe. A final solution must be to arrange mechanism to allow the Tigrayan people to decide on their destiny.
All of these horrifying acts included in the definition of ethnic cleansing have been committed in Western Tigray.
It has been more than six months since the Ethiopian regime of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, the 2019 Nobel Peace Laureate, declared a full-scale war on the Tigray region, one…
Tigrayans and those who care about the people of Tigray are calling for urgent action to put an end to human rights violations. Above all, the UNSC members must demand Abiy Ahmed to take concrete measures to stop the war before it is too late. He should not be allowed to hide behind “sovereignty and territorial integrity” and continue, unchecked, to violate the human rights of Tigrayans. If he as a head of government cannot protect civilians, someone else should.