Addis Ababa (PP News Desk) — The Prime Minister of Ethiopia Abiy Ahmed has posted a controversial Amharic tweet that describes Tigrayans as “weeds” to be removed.
“We will work to remove the weed. But while removing the weed, we will try our best not to damage the wheat” tweeted Abiy Ahmed.
About his decision to call up regional forces to fight alongside Amhara’s extremist Fano militias, Abiy Ahmed paints a picture of all Ethiopian ethnicities fighting another ethnicity: “The children of Ethiopia have risen from all four corners to undo the plans of the junta. This itself is a victory. The children of Ethiopia have identified their enemy. In our country, we weed [out] collectively. And this is what the children of Ethiopia are doing”.
Observers alluded to the Ethiopian Prime Minister’s characterisation of Tigrayans as a clear example of a dehumanising language that resulted in persecution of Tigrayans by Amhara militias, Eritrean forces and Ethiopian National Defence Forces.
“The silence of the International Community about the unfolding genocide in Ethiopia is deafening” said a human rights lawyer in Addis Ababa.
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How tragic and how painful to see Somali youth on their way to a senseless war, sacrificing life and limb for the #Amharas. Why not stay put and save your resources and your youth for what might come your way? pic.twitter.com/5wpYmqqXQ9
— Mohamoud Gaildon (@MohamoudGaildon) July 18, 2021
Finally, these are the Somali boys who were sent to defend the Amharas. It’s a black history, the number of boys taken is 600