የአክራሪዎች ጥፋት

Six things you need to know about women and ISIS

Last summer, the Islamic State captured Yazidi women and girls from Mount Sinjar — and captured the world’s horrified attention at the same time. As some recall, in August 2014, ISIS forces broke through Kurdish defenses in Northern Iraq, leaving the Yazidi community — which ISIS considers heretical — vulnerable. One hundred thousand Yazidi climbed up the mountain to escape, prompting international humanitarian assistance — but  in the end, more than 3,500 Yazidi women were abducted and subjected to torture, rape and other sexual atrocities, as documented by Amnesty International. Girls as young as 9 were gang-raped, and women were sold at slave markets for as little as 1,500 Iraqi dinar ($13 dollars). Here are six things you need to know about the way ISIS treats women — in ways that make perhaps the world’s most brutal perpetrator of gendered violence.
  1. How does ISIS justify its brutality towards women? In its magazine Dabiq, ISIS claims that there is a long tradition of war booty, concubinage  and religious sanction for taking women as slaves. ISIS even coerces local Sunni women into forced marriages.
  1. ISIS has a protocol for dealing with women after capturing a village. After attacking a village, ISIS separates the women from men, and executes males ages 14 and up. The older women and mothers are separated from the younger girls, who are considered more valuable. The latter are stripped naked, tested for virginity and examined for breast size and prettiness. Religious Muslim women are forced to remove their hijabs or headscarves during this selection. Women who refuse are dragged out by their hair. The youngest and those considered the prettiest virgins fetch the highest prices. Most women are distributed among the commanders and foreign fighters. Others are (re)sold at slave markets in Syria for as little as $13.
  1. A hierarchy within ISIS determines who gets which women.Once ISIS ranks the women, they allocate them to men based on hierarchies and status. Commanders and foreign fighters are first allocated women as spoils of war. According to Zainab Bangura, head of the United Nations team investigating sex crimes in war zones, “Sheikhs get first choice, then emirs (princes), then foreign fighters, then local fighters. They often take three or four girls each and keep them for a month or so, until they grow tired of a girl.” At this point the women are passed onto other ISIS members or sold at auction.  ISIS has used women to attract foreign fighters, guaranteeing them wives and Yazidi sex slaves. How the groups have distributed the women as “war booty” has exacerbated rifts within the organization between the foreigners (mujahideen) and the locals (ansar). In March, The Washington Postdescribed rising tensions between foreign and local fighters:
“Most striking are the growing signs of friction between the foreigners lured by its state-building experiment and local recruits, who have grown resentful of the preferential treatment meted out to the expatriates, including higher salaries and better living conditions … and better women.”
  1. Women captured and enslaved by ISIS report being passed around to 20, 30, or as many as 100 menOne woman who escaped ISIS reported being “married” and “divorced” 22 times in a single weekend. These reports come from women from a variety of ethnic backgrounds, including a dozen Sunni women from Tunisia.
  1. ISIS is violating Islamic rules of war through these gang rapes, multiple temporary “marriages” and refusal to free women who give birth. According to the rules laid out in the Hadith, a collection of the teachings, sayings, and deeds of the Prophet Muhammad. If a female slave is not a virgin, a man must wait till she completes her menses, or roughly 30 days, before he can touch her to ensure she is not already pregnant. If she becomes pregnant by him, she is supposed to be freed, following the practice (or sunnah) of the prophet, who freed his enslaved concubine Mariyyah after she bore his son Ibrahim. Even within the Shi’a tradition of temporary marriage, or muta, there is a 30-day waiting period before a woman is permitted to remarry. This is to establish paternity, so that the father must take responsibility for the child, who has inherited his religion and ethnicity. In other words, there is no Muslim authorization for multiple marriages and divorces of the same woman without the requisite waiting period. What ISIS is doing is thinly veiled gang rape.
  1. Most Muslim authorities reject slavery altogether. In other words, not only does ISIS abuse women, but it does not even follow the religious rules it purports to uphold regarding women.
Mia Bloom is incoming professor of communication at Georgia State University and author of  “Bombshell: Women and TerrorismDying to Kill: the Allure of Suicide Terror” and a forthcoming book with John Horgan, “Small Arms: Children and Terror.” You can follow her on Twitter at @miambloom.
Source: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/monkey-cage/wp/2015/06/04/six-things-you-need-to-know-about-women-and-isis/
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Mia Bloom is Professor of Security Studies at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell and author of Bombshell: Women and Terror. 
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እንደዚህ አይነቱን ፀያፍ የሰይጣን ስራ የሚፈጽምና የሚያስፈጽም በነፍሱም ሆነ በሥጋው ከተጠያቂነት አያመልጥም። አትግደል የሚለውን የእግዚአብሔር ትዕዛዝ ሽሮ እግዚአብሔርን(አላህን) ነው የማመልከው የሚል አታላይ የሰይጣን መልዕክተኛ እንጂ እግዚአብሔርን(አላህን) አማኝ አይደለም። ስለዚህ የሁለት እምነት አማኞች ልብ አድርጉ እግዚአብሔር(አላህ) በዘርና በጎጥ ወይም በጥላቻ ተገዳደሉ አላለም እናም ለምድራዊ ህይወታችሁ ስታስቡ ዘላለማዊን ኑሮ ለነብፍችሁ እንዳታሳጧት አስቡበት አውሬነትን አስወግደን የፍቅርን መንገድ ብንከተል በሥጋዊ ኑሯችንም ሆነ ለነፍሳችን አማራጭ የሌለው መፍትሄ ነው።


የነነዌ ሰዎች በፍርድ ቀን ከዚህ ትውልድ ጋር ተነሥተው ይፈርዱበታል፤ በዮናስ ስብከት ንስሐ ገብተዋልና፥ እነሆም፥ ከዮናስ የሚበልጥ ከዚህ አለ። ንግሥተ ዓዜብ በፍርድ ቀን ከዚህ ትውልድ ጋር ተነሥታ ትፈርድበታለች፤ የሰሎሞንን ጥበብ ለመስማት ከምድር ዳር መጥታለችና፥

የማቴዎስ ወንጌል (Matthew) ምዕራፍ 12:-41-42

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2013 list of persecutors of Christians dominated by Muslim countries

WASHINGTON (BP) — Islamic extremism, especially in Africa and the Middle East, dominates the latest annual report on global persecution of Christians.
Eight of the top 10 persecutors of Christians — and 24 of the top 30 — are countries marked by militant Islam, according to Open Doors’ 2013 World Watch List released Jan. 8.
Meanwhile, North Korea, a non-Islamic country, maintained its hold on the No. 1 spot in the Open Doors list for the 11th consecutive year.
“Islamic extremism is the prime persecutor of Christians in the world today,” said Ron Boyd-MacMillan, Open Doors’ chief strategy officer, at a Washington, D.C., news conference. Among 24 of the leading 30 persecuting countries, “it is Islamic extremists, either in government or in violent opposition forces, that are the source of the persecution,” he said.
The new list of the world’s most severe persecutors of Christians includes five African countries that were unranked last year but reached the top 50 because of the impact of Islamic extremism: Mali (No. 7); Tanzania (No. 24); Kenya (No. 40); Uganda (No. 47), and Niger (No. 50).
In addition, militant Islam in Ethiopia helped catapult that East African country from No. 38 to No. 15. The Muslim state of Sudan, Ethiopia’s neighbor, jumped from 16th to 12th.
The uprisings against totalitarian states in North Africa and the Middle East that began about two years ago have produced greater persecution for Christians, according to Open Doors.
“The Arab Spring has turned into an Islamic Winter for the Christians in the Middle East,” Boyd-MacMillan told reporters. “In every country where a regime has been deposed — such as Tunisia, Libya, Morocco and Egypt — Islam is still in power and putting pressure on the Christian minority.”
The top 10 countries on Open Doors’ latest World Watch List, which covered November 2011 through October 2012, are: (1) North Korea; (2) Saudi Arabia; (3) Afghanistan; (4) Iraq; (5) Somalia; (6) Maldives; (7) Mali; (8) Iran; (9) Yemen, and (10) Eritrea.
Syria, which is torn by civil war as a result of an Arab Spring-like conflict fueled by militant Muslims, jumped from 36th to 11th this year.
 Download the report here.


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አክራሪ እስልምና በኢትዮጵያ አስተስፋፋም ይሉናል፥ እስቲ እነዚህን አዳምጠው ፍርዱን እራሳችን እንስጥ በእርግጥ አክራሪነት በኢትዮጵያ ውስጥ ከሌለ ለምን ሲባል "የኪዳነ ምሕረትን ቤተክርስቲያን እኔ አቃጥላታለሁ" ይላል ተናጋሪው አክራሪ፥ ፍርዱን ሰምቶ መልስ ለሚሰጠው ኦርቶዶክሳዊ መተው የተሻለ ይመስለናል። አላማችን ቅድስት ቤተክርስቲያናችንን ከውስጥና ከውጪ አክራሪ እስምና እና መናፍቃን መጠበቅ የሁላችን ሃላፊነት መሆን ይኖርበታል እንላለን። 
እግዚአብሔር አምላክ ቅድስት ቤተክርስቲያናችንን ይጠብቅልን አሜን
                             የአክራሪ እስልምና ግብ በኢትዮጵያ ምን ይመስላል፣ ልብ ያለው ልብ ይበል እንላለን

                                                            የአቡ ሐይደር መልዕክት

A mob of more than 500 Muslims torched a church in Ethiopia after police had destroyed the roof. The church, in the village of Qoto Baloso, Silte province, was burnt down on 29 November 2011 by Muslim students, accompanied by Muslim police officials. The students were shouting "Allahu Akbar" ("god is great") and "jihad".
More than 30 police officers were deployed to destroy the church, but in the face of protests from local Christians, they held back from demolishing the rest of the building.

ልብ ያለው ልብ ይበል
                                              ልቦና ይስጠን እና ቅድስት ተዋሕዶ ሃይማኖታችንን እንታደግ!

3 comments:

  1. I do no where i start this is too bad i stand
    for revange who are these devil animal people.

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  2. aegezia,behyre የኢትዮፕያን ህዝብ ይጠብቅልን ዳሩ ግን የባቶcne ቃል ኪዳን አcx,ብቆ,ለመኖር ዛሬ ሁላችንም መትጋት ካልቻልን አደራመወጣትa ካልቻልን በሁዋላ መወጣት ወደማንችለው አaqeት ውስጥ እንገባለን ስለዚህ አደራ ወገኖቼ በጋራ እጃችንንa ወደላይ እናንሳ እና በህብረት እንቁም

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  3. this fundamentalist killing Christians all over the world, why can't we stand and defend every christian right through out the world. Especially, in Ethiopian we grew up with Muslims, yet they are killing us, burn down our church, rape women and children, and force our people to convert to Muslim. The most surprising thing, the Ethiopian Muslim community did not denounce this act in Ethiopia, does it mean they support them or they don't care about the Christian right. They are their brothers and sisters killing their own, so why not they say something, yet again they always ask Christians in diaspora asking to stand with them against "weyane" as first gesture of solidarity between Christians and Muslim, they should have said "we are against the killing and burning of the churches" and they should denounce the action in public, then all Christians fell a little security when we stand with them against a common enemy "weyane".
    Otherwise, sooner or later there will be a blood shed Muslim against Christian, then we will prevail. All we say, let us respect one another, if a Christian killed in Jimma, we going to kill muslim in Addis or somewhere . . . that's how it's going to be, the Muslim leader should tell there followers to respect Christians right to worship their choice not Soudi Arabia's choice.
    Let's make it happen!

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