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Oromia/Ethiopia: Message is Clear – Zenawi & Regime Must Go Now

Posted: Ebla/April 11, 2011 · Finfinne Tribune | Gadaa.com | Comments (1)

Oromo Protests Against Zenawi's Disinformation | More updates on EthiopianReview.com & Ogaden.com

As most are already aware of, Atse Meles Zenawi had dispatched his cadres to an unsuccessful mission of disinformation in the Diaspora. Over the weekend, peaceful protests were held in major North American cities to expose the Meles Zenawi murderous regime as the cadres met for disinformation. Protesters demanded that Meles Zenawi and his regime must go now. Here are videos of protests by Oromos, Ogadenis and others.

Today in North America, Tomorrow in Ethiopia!

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Video: Washington, DC

Video: Atlanta, Georgia

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We thank citizen journalists who've kept us updated.

Video: Toronto, Canada

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Obbo Amano Dube, Leader of Oromo Community in Minnesota: Zenawi Must Go Now!

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Protesters: “This is Just the Beginning”
Zenawi’s political calculation could be to use the Diaspora meetings and rallies as a climax for the upcoming nonviolent revolution that’s made him restless over the last couple of months; to let off the steam of rage against his regime here in overseas. However, political experts, whom we’ve talked to, explain that the TPLF-organized Diaspora disinformation meetings could actually help spark the very nonviolent revolution that Zenawi is so desperately attempting to preempt. The tide of rage from this weekend’s peaceful protests will ultimately engulf Zenawi’s 20-year murderous and terrorist regime. The experts explain that rally goers should never give up, never relent and never lose passion as the protesters in Egypt’s Tahrir Square refused to go home until dictator Mubarak had been ousted from power. Never let off the steam of rage against the murderous regime of Zenawi after this weekend.

RELATED: 114 Oromo Students Injured by Live Ammunition, More Than 50 Arrested
(OLF News – April 10, 2011) – Starting on the evening of April 6, 2011 up to the morning of April 7, 2011, the Woyane Ethiopian Federal police have been firing live ammunition on about 400 unarmed and peaceful Oromo students of Mizan-Tepi University injuring several students and arresting several others, a report we received on April 08, 2011 revealed.

While OLF News could not verify the exact number of students injured and arrested, the latest update we received today April 10, 2011 revealed that 114 Oromo students, injured by live ammunition, have been admitted to Mizan Tepi hospital, and many others, who were not taken to hospital, are suffering in individual houses without any medical attention.
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  1. Biiftuu

    Apr 14, 11 at 5:08 am

    Meles Hattuu duuti ishii gahe