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Ethiopian Muslims Protest February 8, 2013

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Published on Feb 9, 2013

ADDIS ABABA - It's a raw video that the government planned to bedevil Ethiopian Muslims as "terrorists". The film also escaped "unedited" and was shown on Ethiopian national television (ETV).
In the documentary film entitled "Jihadist Harakat", Abubeker Ahmed, one of the most respected jailed leaders of Ethiopian Muslims, is seated in front of his torturers. He is handicuffed. He speaks in low and soft voice, obviously part of the forced confession. Suddenly, the torturers burst into laughter, and that leaves Abubeker totally shocked and startled -- as if suddenly gazing at a death squad. The little devils were mocking at him, like he were a piece of trash.

The predators may have thought, "We will eat you soon," and soon enough did millions erupt in anger and protest and in defense of the law-abiding Abubeker Ahmed and the other Muslim leaders in the dark cells of prison.

As the streets of Addis Ababa witnessed on Friday, thousands of Muslim protesters were angrily chanting, "We couldn't get peace in our country!" "ETV - the terrorist!" "We are all Abubeker Ahmed!" and many other slogans that point that time may be winding down for the rogue regime that Meles Zenawi left behind at Arat Killo!

The film shows the jailed Muslim leaders side by side with Al Shabab terrorists menacing through the streets of war-torn Mogadishu atop their machinegun-mounted trucks.

In reality, though, the Muslim leaders have been the envy of even Ethiopian opposition parties: Highly disciplined, peace-loving and law-abiding. But when the regime continues to play with fire as a terrorist, both Muslims and Christians may join hands to enforce the rule of law any time soon.

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