This is a full English translation of an address to the press released by the Prime Minister’s office on June 30th, made by the following group of Tghat volunteer translators:…
If Twitter was worried about Trump’s tweets being used to justify violence in a country with strong guardrails against civilians turning on one another and where there’s no specific ethnic minority that the tweets targeted, it should be horrified by Abiy’s tweets for two reasons. First, Abiy is very blunt in his tweets in a way that Trump never was, and never could have been. Abiy is clear about who the target is and about what needs to be done. The target is ethnic Tigrayans and what needs to be done is left to each person’s discretion, which means anything goes. This has all the hallmarks of a call to genocide. Second, there’s no independent body in Ethiopia who can say “this is wrong”. So, if Abiy orders an attack against Tigrayans, which has done in multiple tweets, ethnic Tigrayans have no one to appeal to.
English translation of a public statement released by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and shared by the official account of the Prime Minister's Office on 18 July 2021.
The Martyrs’ Monument was deliberately targeted for destruction because of its unique place as a monument for the history of the armed struggle of the people of Tigray. This is cultural genocide.
English translation of the genocidal call that was broadcast by the Ethiopian Satellite Television (ESAT) on August 6, 2016.
On June 22, 2021, Togogwa market was attacked by airstrike, killing many and wounding many more. See background and details including videos and photos in Healthcare workers recount Togoga after…
Why do evangelical Christians, who claim to worship Christ Jesus, chose to side with the state that is determined to wipe out Tigrayans?
Toga is a small market town, some 29 Kms West of Mekelle . On Tuesdays every week, its market day, however, it is filled with people coming from far and…
Almost all facets of the ongoing war on Tigray trigger memories of the horrors of the past for Tigrayans.
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.