Where are the Tigrayan members of Ethiopian National Defence Force?

After Abiy Ahmed declared war on Tigray, life has not been the same for Tigrayans. There were reports of harassment, discrimination, and abuse of Tigrayans by government officials. Tigrayan top military officers and members of the Ethiopian National Defense Force (ENDF) were not even spared. All ethnic Tigrayans who were serving ENDF have been disarmed, many of them are detained and unjustly imprisoned since the beginning of the war.

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Abiy Ahmed: the reformer that wasn’t

Alas! All these reforms were short-lived. Most of the released political prisoners are now imprisoned on bogus charges; hundreds of thousands of dissenters are incarcerated; many media organizations are forcibly closed. The internet and telephone services are used to suppress dissenting views, there is a war on all fronts in Ethiopia, and many regions are operating under a state of emergency.

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Talk of Eritrean withdrawal from Tigray is falling for yet another Abiy ploy for international consumption

Abiy's grand lies are always to deflect international pressure and they have always worked for him. There are no scruples when Abiy lies, and surprisingly there are still media outlets, shallow so-called analysts, international organizations, and diplomats who accept his lies and deceptions.

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Tripartite Malice and the Genocide in Tigray
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed receives Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki and Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed at the airport in Gondar Ethiopia (Footage by AFPTV via Getty Images)

Tripartite Malice and the Genocide in Tigray

Editor’s note: The author of this article is a professional who had witnessed the war in Shire and previously sent us this account and photos and images which we published here.…

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There might come a time when we will not celebrate the Battle of Adwa
Guzo Adwa Team 2021 Photo Credit: Yared Shumete

There might come a time when we will not celebrate the Battle of Adwa

Just like we stopped marking the Battle of Dogali and commemorating Ras Alula because Dogali is now part of Eritrea there might come a time when we will not celebrate the Battle of Adwa.

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License to Commit Atrocities Disguised as an Ultimatum
Notice from the Office of the Prime Minister

License to Commit Atrocities Disguised as an Ultimatum

And so, having already planted this "notice", the regime seems bent on devastating Tigray and then blaming it on the TPLF for refusing to surrender. In other words, the regime has given itself a license to murder and destroy Tigray.

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The Betrayal on the People of Tigray: Overall Consequences and a Beacon of Hope

The government still maintains that the brutal war against Tigray is a “law enforcement operation” to bring those behind the alleged attack to the court. If that is the case, why were the commandos sent to the borders in Tigray some four days in advance? Why were they encircling Tigray all-round from Dansha to Wolkayit and Weldya and other directions? Why was the South Command secretly told to go to an unknown place three days earlier? Why did they beg Sudan to close its border with Tigray, as admitted to by the spokesperson of the Ethiopian Foreign Minister, Ambassador Dinna Mufti? Why, three days before, was it told to loyal members of another ethnic group that the Tigrayans were not going to take part in the operation? Why did they exclude Tigrayan members of ENDF from the operation? Why was there an unusual military and logistical operation in the Bahir Dar a few days before the war started? Why were Ethiopian commandos sent to Eritrea?

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Debunking the Myth of an ‘Attack on the North Command’ as a Factor that Led to the Ongoing Genocidal War on Tigray
Women mourn the victims of a massacre allegedly perpetrated by Eritrean soldiers in the village of Dengolat, in Ethiopia’s Tigray region, on Feb. 26. EDUARDO SOTERAS/AFP VIA GETTY IMAGES

Debunking the Myth of an ‘Attack on the North Command’ as a Factor that Led to the Ongoing Genocidal War on Tigray

Now it is clear that this whole thing about the attack on the Northern command is justan Anti-Tigray alliance,which was in the making for the last three decades and strategically organized in the last three years. This was realized by the pseudo ‘peace pact’ with Eritrea, which only wanted to sandwich Tigray between two mortal enemies (Eritrea and Amhara) and then finish it off.

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