December 11, 2005
Republished Nov 8, 2022
Remembering 2005 TPLF Terror Against Peaceful Ethiopian People
The Ethiopian police massacre refers to the killing of innocent people by government forces during June and November 2005 which led to the deaths of more than 250 protesters and injury of thousands, mostly in the capital Addis Ababa, following the May 2005 elections in Ethiopia.
Four people were killed and 11 were wounded in Bahar Dar. More than 100 martyr’s blood on TPLF/Meles hand
2 thoughts on “Remembering 2005 TPLF Terror Against Peaceful Ethiopian People”
May those victims rest in eternal peace! For us here at our comfy and safe homes, it is time to refrain from scratching the surface just to once again expose an old wound which will not further the accord for those who are laboring 24 hours to bring peace and stability. It is time to temper our rhetorics and avoid making incendiary remark. There is still a good deal of raw emotion out there. Even BBC is now reporting that food prices are coming down in Tigray already. That is a big deal for the suffering innocent millions there. That is the dividend of the peace deal. I applaud those who worked very hard unfazed by stupid criticism by stragglers and brought about this desperately needed peace. I applaud H.E. Obasanjo, Envoy Mike Hammer, Brother and Neighbor H.E Uhuru, AU Chairman and former South African Vice President for working together very hard and produce this unprecedented peace deal. It is time to roll up sleeves and start the reconstructive mountain of work. There will be no time for bickering.
Could anyone tell me what purpose this article serves by refreshing bad experiences instead of promoting positive climate for peace?