The Brutal Massacare of the Amhara People

Brutal Massacre of Amhara People of Ethiopia Underway. Thousands Killed By Government Forces In Recent Massive Civil Uprising.

The Amhara, Ethiopia’s second largest ethnic group, face genocide by the government led Tigray People’s Liberation Front. 2.5 million Amhara killed since 2010. International aid and assistance is sought.

 
 
 

Ethiopia is in east-central Africa, bordered on the west by the Sudan, the east by Somalia and Djibouti, the south by Kenya, and the northeast by Eritrea. It has several high mountains, the highest of which is Ras Dashan at 15,158 ft.
 
 

Capital of Ethiopia is a modern city, despite mythology of tribalism associated with most of Sub-Sarah African.
 

The beautiful Nile runs through the country.

 

Ethiopia: Ethnic Strife.

The current crisis in Ethiopia arising out of the long term oppression of the most populace ethnic groups in the country: the Oroma People and the Amhara People. According to 2007 census the ruling Tigray ruling party only represented 6% of the country population but maintained absolute control of all aspect of government, including the military.
 
Ethiopian ethnic groups: Oromo 34.4%, Amhara 27%, Somali 6.2%, Tigray 6.1%, Sidama 4%, Gurage 2.5%, Welaita 2.3%, Hadiya 1.7%, Afar 1.7%, Gamo 1.5%, Gedeo 1.3%, Silte 1.3%, Kefficho 1.2%, other 10.5%.
 
 

Natural beauty. Cotton crop is important commodity.
 

The oldest human remains in the history of mankind has been found in Ethiopia.

The Untold Plight of the Amhara People

16th August 2016 By Wondemagne Ejiguo
The massive civil uprising in Ethiopia last week has captivated the attention of the world. Needless to say the world is now well aware of the protest by the Oromo ethnic group, the so called Oromo Protest, that has been going on for the last nine months. The second largest ethnic group, the Amhara, joined the uprising last week. The magnitude and consistency of the uprising in Amhara is quite a surprise and uncommon for many non-Ethiopians, including the mainstream media. It has however been observed that larger mainstream medias are reluctant to report on this uprising for reasons that remain unclear. On top of this, there is very little information available that exposes the immeasurable suffering of the Amhara people under the TPLF (Tigray People’s Liberation Front) dictatorial rule. This article aims to fill this information gap so that one may fully grasp the deteriorating political situation in Ethiopia – even though it is a daunting task to express inumerable years of suffering inflicted on the Amhara people in just one article. This should be considered a simple framework that outlines some specific insights.

Ethiopian forces have systematically used excessive force in their misguided attempts to silence the peoples voices.

TPLF is the current ruling party in the Ethiopian dictatorial government. There is no difference between TPLF and the government. TPLF was formed as a guerilla fighter group representing Tigrayan People which accounts for 6% of the Ethiopian population. When TPLF took power 25 years ago, it fabricated different political alliances in the name of other ethnic groups in the country, such as OPDO (Oromo People’s Democratic Organization) and ANDM (Amhara National Democratic Movement) representing the Oromo and the Amhara respectively. However, these political alliances have no legitimacy in the eyes of the people which they claim to represent. They are mainly serving the TPLF as a trojan horse to solidify TPLF’s sinister repression upon the people of Ethiopia.Having said this, I will now attempt to discuss the untold and least reported plight of the Amhara people in two categories. The first category is The crime of ethnic cleansing perpetrated on the Amhara people . The second category will be The Welkite Identity restoration movement. The crime of ethnic cleansing perpetrated on the Amhara people

Ethiopia: Amhara Genocide.

Estimated that upwards of 2.5 million Amhara people have been killed since 2010.
 

Government troops and state actors are responsible for genocide. Human rights violations continue and government officials should be brought to justice for war crimes.
 

International attention is required to stop the ongoing massacre.
 

Ethiopia

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