*SHOCKING!* Egyptian Police Freed Three Ethiopian Children Chained, and Held Captive in Northern Sinai


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Egyptian Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force Freed Three Ethiopian Children Held Captive for Ransom by a Weyane-run Trafficking Ring in Southern Rafah, Sinai

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The Ethiopian children were found handcuffed and shackled at the legs

* Sunday, June 16 2013
* Published in News Sinai

*Google Translation**

RAFAH, Sinai - Egyptian Anti-Human Trafficking Task Forces stormed a building in the city of Rafah, northern Sinai, and freed Three Ethiopian children and their parents who were being held captive inside a small store with their wrists and legs shackled together with iron chains. Their kidnappers fled and are still at large.

A spokesperson for the task force said the store is owned by three Ethiopian nationals running a kidnapping ring— targeting African migrants crossing the Sinai desert on their way to Israel. Inside the torture chamber disguised as a legitimate store, the task force discovered that the kidnappers were holding their Ethiopian captives in inhumane slave-like conditions while ransom payments are extorted from their relatives abroad.

The task force's crack down on kidnappers and human smugglers is the third of its kind this month. In previous three successful operations they were able to free five Eritreans and detained three kidnappers in two different locations.

http://www.sinainow.tv/portal/sinainews ... D8%AD.html

ግብጻውያን ጸረ-የሰው ዝውውር ግብረሃይል ወታደሮች ኢትዮጵያውያንን ነጻ አወጡ::
ኢትዮጵያውያኑ ታግተውበት የነበረውን መጋዘን የተከራዩት አጋቾቹም ኢትዮጵያውያን መሆናቸው ተረጋግጧል;;

የግብጽ የጸረ ሰው ዝውውር ግብረ ሃይል ባደረገው አሰሳ በሲና በረሃ በራፋህ ከተማ በተባለ ቦታ በመያዣነት የተያዙ እና ገንዘብ ሲያመጡ ሊለቀቁ የተዘጋጁ እጅና እግራቸው በሰንሰረት የታሰሩ ሶስት ኢትዮጵያውያን ታዳጊ ወጣቶችን ከነቤተሰቦቻቸው ነጻ ማውጣታቸው የሲና ዜና አገልግሎት በአረቢኛ ባለቀቀው ዘገባ ታውቋል::
የግብረ ሃይሉ አሳሽ ቡድን በሰሜን ሲና በረሃ በምትገኘው ራፋህ ከተማ በአንድ መጋዘን ውስጥ ተቆልፎባቸው እጅና እግራቸውን በሰንሰለት ታስረው ገንዘብ ካላመጡ እንደማይለቀቁ በመያዣነት የተያዙ ኢትዮጵያውያኑን ነጻ ያወጣው በደረሰው ጥቆማ መሰረት የመጋዘኑን ህንጻ ደርምሶ በመግባት መሆኑን መረጃዎቹ ጠቁመዋል:;
እጅግ የሚያስደነግጠው ይህ መጋዘን የተከራዩት ኢትዮጵያውያን ሲሆኑ ወደ እስራኤል ማቋረጥ የሚፈልጉ አፍሪካውያን ስደተኞችን ኢላማ በማድረግ እና በማፈን በዚህ መጋዘን የሚያከማቹ ሲሆን በዚህ አፈናዊ ድርጊታቸው ከታጋቾቹ ቤተሰቦች ገንዘብ በመጠየቅ ገንዘቡን ሲያገኙ እንደሚለቋቸው የገለጠው የጸረ ሰው ዝውውር ግብረሃይል ቃል አቀባይ በዚህ በሌላ ስራ ፍቃድ የህጋዊነትን ሽፋን በተላበሰው መጋዘን ውስጥ ከፍተኛ የሆነ ኢሰብኣዊ ድርጊት የሚፈጸም ሲሆን እነዚሁ አጋች ኢትዮጵያውያን የራሳቸውን ዜጎች ታጋች በማድረግ እንደ ባሪያ እየደበደቡ እና ኢሰብኣዊ በሆነ መንገድ ይርያዙዋቸው ሲሆን ገንዘብ ካላስመጡ እንደማይለቀቁ ይነግሯቸው ነበር ብሏል ቃል አቀባዩ::አጋቾቹ ሶስት ኢትዮጵያውያማምለጣቸውን አክሎ ተናግሯል::
ይህ ግብረሃይል በዚህ ወር ለሶስተኛ ጊዜ የአጋጮችን ድራማ ያከሸፈ ሲሆን ክርዚህ ቀደም ባደረገው የተሳካ ወረራ አምስት ኤርትራውያንን ነጻ ሲያወጣ አጋቾቹን በቁጥጥር ስር አውሎዋል::http://www.sinainow.tv/

Nelson Mandela Dead? Not Yet, But He's Been Hospitalized Yet Again


Nelson Mandela has been in and out of the hospital for the past few months, with one of his most recent visits ending this past April after his treatment for pneumonia. Currently hospitalized again to seek treatment for a recurring lung infection, he is said to be in stable though critical condition and some are discussing the possibility that these may be Mandela's final days.
While President Zuma called on the people to pray for the anti-apartheid leader and expressed that he hopes he will have a quick recovery, others have been outright in their beliefs that perhaps Mandela's long fight with his health could be quickly coming to an end.

On Sunday, South Africa's Sunday Times released their Sunday paper with a headline that read "It's time to let him go," a quote from his longtime friend Andrew Mlangeni who called on his family to release him from the hospital. "Once the family releases him, the people of South Africa will follow. We will say thank you, God, you have given us this man, and we will release him too," Mlangeni added.
In another article published on African Arguments, one editor writes about how a journalist would prepare for writing a public figure such as Nelson Mandela’s obituary and how one would properly frame his accomplishments and his legacy.
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ማንደላ ኢትዮጵያዊ ናቸው:: Mandela`s Ethiopian Passport

I normally would be against speaking about an individual's death prematurely, that is, if no medical report has been released that states the individual in question is on the brink of passing away. However, these statements and articles making references to the likelihood of Mandela's death occurring soon are not outrageous in pointing out this possibility.
Robben Island, the place where Mandela was held captive as a political prisoner for 27 years, is also the place in which he contracted tuberculosis, the disease that would later cause him to fight a long-term battle with his health. At the age of 94 and after having taken several trips to the hospital in recent days, we would hope that Mandela will be resilient and survive through another round of medical care, although we cannot bank on it.
No matter what the outcome of this hospitalization will be, we must never forget to celebrate the life and legacy of this tremendously accomplished and venerated figure, both in his life and posthumously.