We are all aware that a genocidal war is being waged against the people of Tigray because they defied the fascistic decree of the clique led by Abiy Ahmed and held democratic elections as an expression of the right to self-administration, to ensure existence and security, for which the Tigrayan people have vigorously fought.
Not only did Tigrayan religious leaders decline the invitation to meet with the delegation from Addis Ababa, the people of Mekelle registered their protest through various acts of civic disobedience, including blocking roads, and staying at home.
My heart breaks for my beloved Tigray, and my heart starts to hold a grudge. I know this is a feeling that many share, and I am scared that with the grudge, slowly creeps in the need for revenge and hate. I don’t want to see my beloved Tigray destroyed by hate and the need for revenge
The following table contains official record of sexual violence victims from Ayder Referral Hospital in Mekelle.
Exactly the area where these churches and the lodges are found has been now a raging battlefield. The footage below shows the smokes and sounds of shelling from an active war. The footage captures the area from Megab to Digum.
This is a summary from a preprint by Jan Nyssen, which mainly focuses on mass starvation, fake news, massacres and sexual violence, destruction of heritages, international dimension and solidarity works.…
One of the world's leading experts on Ethiopia, Professor Kjetil Tronvoll, is being harassed by Ethiopian authorities and his life threatened by Ethiopians in exile.
Goda Bottle and Glass Factory under construction Early on the morning of Nov 4th 2020, Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia and Isaias Afeworki of Eritrea waged a joint war on Tigray,…
About 24 violently killed bodies in groups can be seen in the footage. The killed bodies are all men, and almost all of them look young men. In the footage is one wounded young man who appear to have managed to stay alive by pretending dead.
According to a report by an NGO worker in north western Tigray, received by Jan Nyssen on 5 February 2021, in Shire city only, there are tens of thousands of…