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Abiy Ahmed’s Explosive Genocidal Speech in Wellega Oromia[International Criminal Court

May 11, 2024
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Abiy Ahmed’s address in Wellega was deeply genocidal, as he skillfully manipulated past grievances, fueled anger, and exacerbated biases using veiled language. He urged for Oromo solidarity against their perceived adversaries, the Amharas. His words explicitly justified and endorsed the horrific targeting and slaughter of Amharas, witnessed by a vast audience in a stadium. This act was as repugnant as delivering hate speech against Jews to a gathering of Germans in Auschwitz.

 

 

Kefale Alemu on the 2005 Crimes in Ethiopia. Recorded by Imbita Yetibeb Sirawoch

 

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