​ለኢትዮጵያ ህዝብ እና ለዓለም አቀፍ ማሕበረሰብ የቀረበ የድረሱልን ጥሪ!

ኢሰመኮ ያቀረበውን ሪፖርት አያይዘን ለዓለም አቀፍ ሰብአዊ መብት ኮምሽን ጀኔባ ለመክሰስ የተገደድን ስለሆነ ስለ ሰዎች መብትና ነፃነት የሚያስብ፣ የሚቆረቆር ግለሰብም ሆነ ተቋም ፣ የማንኛውም ሀገር ዜጋ ኢሰብአዊ ድርጊት የፈፀሙብን አካላትን በህግ እንድንፋረዳቸው እንድትረዱን፣ ለዓለም ህዝብ እንድታደርሱልን ጥሪ እናቀርባለን! "ጥፍራችን በፒንሳ ተነቅሏል። ኢትዮጵያ ውስጥ አይደገምም ተብሎ ሀውልት የየሰራለት የቶርች ገረፋ ተፈፅሞብናል። ንብረታችንን ዘርፈውናል። ህክምና ተከልክለናል። ለነርቭ፣ … Continue reading ​ለኢትዮጵያ ህዝብ እና ለዓለም አቀፍ ማሕበረሰብ የቀረበ የድረሱልን ጥሪ!

Ethiopia: New Spate of Abusive Surveillance

Ethiopian authorities have carried out a renewed campaign of malware attacks, abusing commercial spyware to monitor government critics abroad, Human Rights Watch said today. The government should immediately cease digital attacks on activists and independent voices, while spyware companies should be far more closely regulated. On December 6, 2017, independent researchers at the Toronto-based research center … Continue reading Ethiopia: New Spate of Abusive Surveillance

Fear of Investigation: What Does Ethiopia’s Government Have to Hide?

In February 2016, an 18-year-old student who I will call Tolessa and two friends took part in their first protest, in Oromia’s East Hararghe zone. As the crowd moved forward, they were met by a line of regional police, federal police and the army. Shortly thereafter and without warning, security forces fired live ammunition into … Continue reading Fear of Investigation: What Does Ethiopia’s Government Have to Hide?

Ethiopia’s Bloody Crackdown: The Case for International Justice

Ethiopian security forces gunned down at least 100 people a week ago in the bloodiest weekend in the ninth month of anti-government protests. Unlike previous protests, which have been largely confined to the Oromia region, the protests on August 6 and 7 were also in the northern Amhara region. Altogether at least 500 people have … Continue reading Ethiopia’s Bloody Crackdown: The Case for International Justice