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Thursday, November 7, 2013
Weyane (TPLF) is a Terrorist Organization (Reuters)
November 7, 2013
According to a cable released by Wikileaks, the TPLF minority regime in Ethiopia planted bombs in Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa and killed innocent people in a bid to frame neighboring Eritrea for the terrorist crimes. Here are some photos of the crime scene in Addis Ababa captured by Reuter’s correspondent in Ethiopia, Andrew Heavens .
Addis Ababa blast: Staff clear up piles of broken glass after an explosion shattered windows during lunch time at the popular Lalibela restaurant in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. According to one report, at least four people were injured in the blast. Andrew Heavens – Addis Ababa – 07 March 2006. Blood-stained steps and torn shoes left by a blast in the Amica Cafe in busy Merkato market area of Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa. Two people were reported to have been killed and five injured in the blast – one of nine explosions that rocked the capital this morning. Today’s series was the latest in a string of mysterious explosions to have hit Addis in the past few months. Shume Seifu, aged 35, one of the people injured in an explosion at the Amica Cafe in busy Merkato market area of Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa. Two people died and at least five were injured in the blast – one of at least six to hit the capital this morning. Today’s series was the latest in a string of mysterious explosions to have hit Addis in the past few months. A cafe worker clears debris from blood-stained steps at the Amica Cafe in busy Merkato market area of Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa. Two people died and at least five were injured after a explosion in the cafe – one of nine blasts to hit the capital this morning. Today’s series was the latest in a string of mysterious explosions to have hit Addis in the past few months. Shume Seifu, aged 35, one of the people injured in an explosion at the Amica Cafe in busy Merkato market area of Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa. Two people died and at least five were injured in the blast – one of niner to hit the capital this morning. Today’s series was the latest in a string of mysterious explosions to have hit Addis in the past few months. The aftermath of an explosion at the GM Cafe near Addis Ababa’s Mexico district. The aftermath of an explosion at the GM Cafe near Addis Ababa’s Mexico district. The aftermath of an explosion at the GM Cafe near Addis Ababa’s Mexico district. The customer sitting closest to the seat of the blast in the back corner of the cafe left blood stains on the floor. Source: http://www.flickr.com/search/?q=addis+blast SUBJECT: ETHIOPIA: RECENT BOMBINGS BLAMED ON OROMOS POSSIBLY THE WORK OF GOE Classified By: CHARGE VICKI HUDDLESTON FOR REASONS 1.4(b)AND(d). ¶1. (S) SUMMARY A series of explosions were reported in Addis Ababa on September 16, killing three individuals. The GoE announced that the bombs went off while being assembled, and that the three dead were terrorists from the outlawed Oromo Liberation Front (OLF) with links to the Oromo National Congress (ONC). An embassy source, as well as clandestine reporting, suggests that the bombing may have in fact been the work of GoE security forces. END SUMMARY ¶2. (U) On September 16, three bomb explosions were reported in the Kara Kore area of Addis Ababa. The explosions were heard at 4:45 a.m., 7:00 a.m., and 10:00 a.m. The National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS), together with the Federal Police Anti-terror Task Force later reported that the bombs were “part of a coordinated terror attack by the OLF and Sha’abiya (Eritrea) aimed at disrupting democratic development.” The NISS said that the intended terror plot had failed and the bombs had mistakenly gone off while the suspects were preparing them while hiding out at an illegally built house. Two of the suspects died immediately, while another died on the way to the hospital. One other is in critical condition. The police task force reported having others in custody related to the plot and that evidence shows the terrorists had ties to Oromo groups – the Mecha and Tulema Association (MTA) and the ONC. They also said that the bombs used contained parts sourced from Eritrea and were consistent with bombs used in previous terrorist attacks. ¶3. (S) On September 20, Dr. Merera Gudina (strictly protect), the former leader of the ONC (and a typically reliable information source), contacted Post to report that the deceased had not died not while constructing a bomb, but rather at the hands of GoE cadres. Dr. Merera said that the men had been picked up by police a week prior, kept in detention and tortured. He said police then left the men in a house and detonated explosives nearby, killing 3 of them. He did not indicate whether the men were ONC or OLF affiliated. ¶4. (S) Clandestine reporting indicates that the bombs did not explode inside the structure, but rather appear to have been placed outside and detonated. [Ambassador Vicki] HUDDLESTON Secret Wikileaks Cable Reveals Recent Bombings in Addis Ababa the Work of the Woyane minority regime in Ethiopia The Two Wiki Files that Froze the Zenawi Regime’s Spine Zenawi’s contempt for Ethiopian lives and his deceptive nature exposed in Wiki files By TesfaNews, Here we go again, on another eye boggling denials by the shameless minority Ethiopian regime after embarrassed by a series of revelation from a secret US Embassy cables released by the whistle blower website Wikileaks. Yesterday, they issued a frantic ‘press statement’ with the usual denials and full of armature diplomatic languages concerning ‘two issues‘ raised on the Ethiopia Wikileaks files. The first issue that hits the nerve of the Addis Ababa junta was the release of the file that exposes the pattern and behavior of the Ethiopian security forces on how they plant bombs in the city then later blame on the opposition and neighboring Eritrea. Because this latest revelation is to their complete disadvantage specially at a time when they were seeking, in a frenzied campaign together with Susan Rice, for more severe economic sanctions on Eritrea under the pretext that Eritrea planned a terror bomb attack during an African Union summit last January in Addis Ababa. The report from a 2006 US Embassy cable reference id: #06ADDISABABA2708, said:
“An embassy source, as well as clandestine reporting, suggests that the bombing may have in fact been the work of the Government of Ethiopia (GOE) security forces.”
The Wikileaks report goes on,
“A typically reliable information source contacted Post to report that” the bodies of three men found at the bomb sites were “men [who] had been picked up by police a week prior, kept in detention and tortured. He said police then left the men in a house and detonated explosives nearby, killing 3 of them.”
This high profile US government report irrefutably witnessed the pattern and behavior of the minority regimes identical lies about a nearly identical “terrorist attacks” that are staged time and again in different parts of Ethiopia in the hope of getting some short-lived propaganda gains on its opponents by playing the blame game. However, this also raises some serious questions about the credibility of the recently released report by the UN Monitoring Group for Eritrea and Somalia which blames Eritrean and the OLF for the January bombing attempt at the African Union summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The second issue that makes the Addis Ababa junta a bit uncomfortable is the release of the file that exposes Zenawi’s ill advice to the Americans on the option of seeing an Al Bashir free Sudan. The January 30, 2009 report released by Wikileaks shows discussions that took place between Zenawi and Acting Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Phil Carter and during the discussion, Zenawi told the officials that,
“Toppling the government led by Sudanese president Omer Hassan al-Bashir would be the ideal scenario for Washington.”
Zenawi then went on to wrap up his views by saying that,
“If he [Zenawi] were the United States’ he would look at two options and the first one, which he clearly conveyed as the preferred choice would be “removing the Bashir regime.”
Ethiopia’s ruling junta again killed innocent civilians by planting a bomb in a minibus. Many people have been warning the possibility of such an attack coming from the terrorist organization which is leading Ethiopia now. It has been a known fact that the ruling party in Ethiopia conducts such criminal acts in order to keep the assistance it gets from the so called ‘allies’ in the name of antiterrorism operations. According to wikileaks documents, even the US is well aware of such criminal acts of the ethnic minority junta in power in Ethiopia, but is still keeping its assistance without any restriction.Four killed in bomb blast as Ethiopia raises security alert: official
ADDIS ABABA | Wed Nov 6, 2013 2:13pm EST (Reuters) – Four people were killed when a bomb blast tore through a minibus in western Ethiopia late on Tuesday, at about the same time that the government warned of imminent attacks by militants, an official said.
The official, speaking to Reuters on Wednesday, said nobody had claimed responsibility for the blast.
Addis Ababa put its security forces on heightened alert on Tuesday night after receiving strong evidence that Somalia’s Islamist al Shabaab group was plotting assaults.
It was not clear whether the blast occurred before or after that warning.
“The bomb exploded on Tuesday inside a minibus travelling in Segno Gebeya,” government spokesman Shimeles Kemal said, referring to a region bordering Sudan.
“No one has claimed responsibility yet. The case is under investigation.”
The warning came three weeks after officials said two Somali suicide bombers accidentally blew themselves up while preparing for an attack on football fans during Ethiopia’s World Cup qualifying match against Nigeria.
Al Shabaab has warned Ethiopia of revenge attacks for deploying troops inside Somalia to fight the al Qaeda-linked militants, alongside African Union forces from Uganda, Burundi and Kenya.
The National Intelligence and Security Service also urged the public on Tuesday to inform police if they encountered “suspicious” activity, and urged hotel staff and private landlords to verify the identity of visitors.
Al Shabaab gunmen killed at least 67 people in September when they raided a mall in the neighboring Kenyan capital of Nairobi.
Addis Ababa says it has foiled several attacks in the past few years planned by domestic rebel groups and Somali insurgents.
There have also been sporadic explosions in recent years. Thirteen people were wounded when an explosive device ripped through a bus in the north in 2010, while a bomb explosion near a court in the capital injured two in 2011.
(Reporting by Aaron Maasho; Editing by Edmund Blair and Hugh Lawson)