Fano Amhara terrorists, backed by Ethiopian government, behead, burn alive, and displace Oromo civilians in ongoing campaign of terror
Published Dec. 25, 2022, 6:30 a.m. by FNN
Terror reigns in Oromia by the Ethiopian government backed Fano Amhara terrorists. The Fano Amhara terrorists have been carrying out brutal attacks against Oromo civilians in Ethiopia, according to eyewitness accounts and reports from the community and government officials. On December 23rd, the terrorists chopped the throat of an Oromo teenager, adding to the list of gruesome tactics such as beheadings, throat-cutting, and burning alive that have been used to terrorize and kill Oromo civilians. Earlier this month, two Oromos were decapitated and their heads were displayed on sticks and fences. In a particularly heinous attack, an eighth month pregnant Oromo woman and her child were burned alive. The terrorists have continuously choosen barbaric methods to kill the unarmed Oromo civilians to instill terror in the population. These attacks have not been limited to young individuals - senior Oromos aged 85 and 87 have also been killed.
The violence and terror inflicted by the Fano Amhara terrorists has resulted in the displacement of millions of Oromo civilians from areas such as Horo Guduru Wallaga zone, East Wallaga zone, North and East Shawa zones, and Wallo zones of Oromia. The death toll is in the thousands.
The response from the international community, media, and human rights organizations has been minimal, despite the severity and scale of the crisis. The Ethiopian government, led by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, has also failed to take meaningful action to address the situation. Instead of condemning these attacks and taking steps to stop them, the government has praised the Fano Amhara terrorists as protectors of the country and has reportedly provided them with funding and coordination. At least 80 Oromo members of Ahmed's parliament have opposed these actions and called for the government to halt the attacks and ensure the territorial integrity of Oromia state.
The situation in Oromia bears striking similarities to the ongoing genocide in Tigray, where Tigrayan civilians have faced similar acts of violence and terror at the hands of Ethiopian and Eritrean forces. The international community must not turn a blind eye to the atrocities being committed against the Oromo and Tigrayan people and must take action to hold those responsible accountable.
In light of these ongoing crimes against humanity, it is imperative that the international community and governments categorize the Fano Amhara terrorists as such and take action to eliminate them or hold them accountable for their crimes. The Ethiopian government, led by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, must also be held accountable for its failure to protect its citizens and for its support of the terrorists. The safety and security of all individuals in Ethiopia must be ensured. The international community has a moral obligation to stand in solidarity with the Oromo and Tigrayan people and to pressure the government to take action to stop the violence and protect its citizens. The continued inaction and even support of these attacks by the government is unacceptable and must be condemned by all.
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