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Future of Eritreans and Ethiopians in an Arabized region of the Horn of Africa is very bleak

Post by Mesob » 17 Oct 2020, 19:37

The future of Eritreans and Ethiopians in an Arabized region of the Horn of Africa is very bleak,
especially to Eritreans who face the fate of the Coptic in Egypt and the Christian Maronite of Lebanon,
and the Chalidian Christians of Iraq, unless the Arabiazation of Eritrea is stopped,
and a new Beja Republic is created as a buffer and Muslim homeland on eastern Sudan,
from Gadarrif to Port Sudan.
... and what is happening in France right now?
The burning of Eritrean languages of Tigre Tigrinya books and
imposing of Arabic and the Islamic Sharia law is still the core of the remennants of the pan Arab Jebha/ ELF.

See below the carnage brought to Nigeria by the Arabized north.


https://www.cnn.com/2020/09/16/africa/b ... index.html

Outrage as Nigeria sentences 13-year-old boy to 10 years in prison for blasphemy

By Stephanie Busari and Eoin McSweeney, CNN

Updated 8:40 AM ET, Thu September 17, 2020
A team of Islamic sharia enforcers called Hisbah on patrol in the northern Nigerian city of Kano.
A team of Islamic sharia enforcers called Hisbah on patrol in the northern Nigerian city of Kano.

(CNN)Child rights agency UNICEF has condemned the sentencing of a 13-year-old boy to 10 years in prison for blasphemy in northern Nigeria.
Omar Farouq was convicted in a Sharia court in Kano State in northwest Nigeria after he was accused of using foul language toward Allah in an argument with a friend.
He was sentenced on August 10 by the same court that recently sentenced a studio assistant Yahaya Sharif-Aminu to death for blaspheming Prophet Mohammed, according to lawyers.
Farouq's punishment is in violation of the African Charter of the Rights and Welfare of a Child and the Nigerian constitution, said his counsel Kola Alapinni, who told CNN they filed an appeal on his behalf on September 7.

Farouq was tried as an adult because he has attained puberty and has full responsibility under Islamic law.
Alapinni told CNN he or other lawyers working on the case have not been granted access to Farouq by authorities in Kano State.
He said he found out about Farouq's case by chance when working on the case of Sharif-Aminu, who was sentenced to death for blasphemy at the Kano Upper Sharia Court.
"We found out they were convicted on the same day, by the same judge, in the same court, for blasphemy and we found out no one was talking about Omar, so we had to move quickly to file an appeal for him," he said.
"Blasphemy is not recognized by Nigerian law. It is inconsistent with the constitution of Nigeria."

... BBC
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Funny, Ali Abdu Yonous, Eritrea's notorious Minister of Information
who jailed hundreds of people to their death in Eritrea has become "human rights activist"


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Re: Future of Eritreans and Ethiopians in an Arabized region of the Horn of Africa is very bleak

Post by Deqi-Arawit » 17 Oct 2020, 19:43

Mesob wrote:
17 Oct 2020, 19:37
The future of Eritreans and Ethiopians in an Arabized region of the Horn of Africa is very bleak,
especially to Eritreans who face the fate of the Coptic in Egypt and the Christian Maronite of Lebanon,
and the Chalidian Christians of Iraq, unless the Arabiazation of Eritrea is stopped,
and a new Beja Republic is created as a buffer and Muslim homeland on eastern Sudan,
from Gadarrif to Port Sudan.
... and what is happening in France right now?
The burning of Eritrean languages of Tigre Tigrinya books and
imposing of Arabic and the Islamic Sharia law is still the core of the remennants of the pan Arab Jebha/ ELF.

See below the carnage brought to Nigeria by the Arabized north.


https://www.cnn.com/2020/09/16/africa/b ... index.html

Outrage as Nigeria sentences 13-year-old boy to 10 years in prison for blasphemy

By Stephanie Busari and Eoin McSweeney, CNN

Updated 8:40 AM ET, Thu September 17, 2020
A team of Islamic sharia enforcers called Hisbah on patrol in the northern Nigerian city of Kano.
A team of Islamic sharia enforcers called Hisbah on patrol in the northern Nigerian city of Kano.

(CNN)Child rights agency UNICEF has condemned the sentencing of a 13-year-old boy to 10 years in prison for blasphemy in northern Nigeria.
Omar Farouq was convicted in a Sharia court in Kano State in northwest Nigeria after he was accused of using foul language toward Allah in an argument with a friend.
He was sentenced on August 10 by the same court that recently sentenced a studio assistant Yahaya Sharif-Aminu to death for blaspheming Prophet Mohammed, according to lawyers.
Farouq's punishment is in violation of the African Charter of the Rights and Welfare of a Child and the Nigerian constitution, said his counsel Kola Alapinni, who told CNN they filed an appeal on his behalf on September 7.

Farouq was tried as an adult because he has attained puberty and has full responsibility under Islamic law.
Alapinni told CNN he or other lawyers working on the case have not been granted access to Farouq by authorities in Kano State.
He said he found out about Farouq's case by chance when working on the case of Sharif-Aminu, who was sentenced to death for blasphemy at the Kano Upper Sharia Court.
"We found out they were convicted on the same day, by the same judge, in the same court, for blasphemy and we found out no one was talking about Omar, so we had to move quickly to file an appeal for him," he said.
"Blasphemy is not recognized by Nigerian law. It is inconsistent with the constitution of Nigeria."

... BBC
Our biggest threat is, from whishy washy flip flappers Agame like you. Anta Qomal Qodar!

Btw. Didnt the Agame build a big mosque In Wukro, lubricated their [deleted] and waited the Arabs to arrive in Tigray?

Agames should just shut and fuxxxck up!

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