Killed more than 100 people! Ethiopia’s civil war is out of control, rebels accuse it of organized massacre
The Ethiopian army killed this week in a raid on a village in the western part of the Benisangur-Gummuz region Forty-two accused of being militants in Ethiopia’s Tigray, these Ethiopian rebels’ deaths prove that they were horribly massacred during their lives. The Tigray Rebel Regional Government said in a statement:“The Ethiopian Defense Forces destroyed 42 rebel forces that attacked civilians yesterday.” According to the Ethiopian Peace Commission, unidentified armed men burned houses and killed in turbulent areas. After more than 100 people, the Ethiopian government army launched this offensive the next day, and subsequently annihilated a large number of Ethiopian rebels.
Subject The Ethiopian state’s Fana TV station, citing unnamed regional officials, also confirmed the news, saying that the Ethiopian government forces have seized a large number of assault rifles, grenades and other weapons from armed men. Ethiopian Prime Minister Abi Ahmed said earlier in the day that he is sending more troops to the Benisangur-Gumuz region to curb ethnic tensions there.
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy said:”Benisan The massacre of civilians in the Gul-Gumuz area is very tragic.””The government has deployed a necessary force to solve the root cause of the problem.” Ethiopian Red Cross volunteer Mesfin Messel said , The brutal attack on the village at dawn forced thousands to flee the village and sleep in the forest or school. He further said:”There are mothers who have lost their husbands and children who have lost their parents.” We have no food to feed them. They walked 25 kilometers. ”
In addition, Ethiopia The Peace Commission stated that Ethiopian rebels burned down fields and houses while people were asleep. Since Abi Ethiopia was appointed Prime Minister of Ethiopia in 2018, the African country has been dealing with the outbreak of deadly hostilities and hastened politics. The reforms loosened the central government’s firm control over the disputed area.
Abi, the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2019, accused the rebels loyal to the region’s ruling party, the Tigray People’s Liberation Front, of launching deadly attacks on two government military camps in the region. He also The Ethiopian government is accused of ignoring the government of Tigray and trying to undermine the government of Tigray. So far, the Ethiopian military has carried out many large-scale attacks on the Tigray rebels. However, the violence has forced many people to flee the area and transit into neighboring Sudan, But Sudan itself is facing serious economic problems.