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Postby ተድላ ሀይሉ » Thu Jul 15, 2010 1:40 pm

ሰላም ወገኖቼ :-

እስራኤል አሁንም ዘመን የረሣቸው ዘረኞች አሉ ማለት ነው ? ይህንን ዜና ሣነብ በኢትዮጵያዊ-አይሁዳውያን ላይ የሚደርሰውን የዘረኝነት ችግር ለማቃለል ገና ብዙ መሥራት እንደሚያስፈልግ እገነዘባለሁ ::

ምንጭ:- LAHAV HARKOV,
July 14, 2010, 18:22. Driver: 'No black Ethiopians on my bus'


An Egged bus driver is being sued for NIS 200,000 after allegedly slandering, insulting, and verbally and physically assaulting an Ethiopian passenger, according to a statement released by Tebeka, an advocacy organization for Ethiopian Israelis.

The Ethiopian college student waited at a bus stop in Rishon Leziyyon, and tried to board the bus, but the driver closed the door in her face, refusing to let her on. She managed to get on the bus anyway, and the driver yelled at her, saying "I don't let black Ethiopians on my bus," and "these blacks - who let you into Israel?"

The driver added: "All of these kushim [a derogatory term for Africans] should be sent back to Ethiopia. You are a stupid nation, and you damage our land."

The passenger asked the driver not to speak to her, and in response, the driver grabbed her skirt, not allowing her to proceed onto the bus.

At a hearing conducted by Egged, the driver did not express regret and did not apologize. He said he stands by his opinios about Ethiopians. Egged fined the driver with one and a half months' salary. The Ministry of Transportation also pressed charges against the driver and Egged.

Tomer Reif and Hila Ben Harosh, the lawyers representing the student, are part of a Project "My Brother's Keeper," in which lawyers represent Ethiopians that turn to Tebeka pro bono.

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Postby ሰመረ10 » Wed Jul 21, 2010 8:43 am

ቲንሽ ሰለኛ ለማወቅ የምትፈልጉ::
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Postby mamay » Fri Aug 06, 2010 3:37 pm

ጀዝባው ሰመረ እንዴት ነህ ጃል
ፈላሽ ሙራ ተብለህ ተጠርጥረሀልና ጥሬ ካልቆረጠምክ ላላናግርህ ወስነናልና ምርጫችን አክብርና እንግዳ ከከፈተው ክፍል እየገባህ አትበጥብጥ ያለዛ ሙራ ብለን እንሰድሀለን ቅቅቅቅቅቅቅቅቅቅቅቅቅቅቅቅቅቅቅቅቅቅቅቅቅ
ለመሆኑ ቡራ ብሎ ሀይማኖት አለ እንዴ ? ወይ ጉዴ
ይቅር ይበላችሁ የእስራኤል አምላክ
ማሜ ደማሜ ከደማሞች ሀገር
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Postby ሰመረ10 » Fri Aug 06, 2010 4:11 pm

ምስኪን :(
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Postby mamay » Fri Aug 06, 2010 4:31 pm

ምስኪንስ አንተ እናትና አባትህ ሀይማኖታቸውን ክደው ክርስቲያን ሆነው ዛሬ ሙራ የሚል ስም ያሰጡህ ቅቅቅቅቅቅቅ ሙራ
ለመሆኑ እዚህ ምን አመጣህ ሙራዎችን አይመለከትም ብለንህ ነበርኮ
ማሜ ደማመ ከረሆቮት
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Postby ሰመረ10 » Fri Aug 06, 2010 4:39 pm

ሻላህቲ ሆሚር በአንግሊት አቫል አታ ቲፒሽ አዝ ሂኒ ልሀ በሂብሩ ያ ዳፉክ
http://he.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D7%A4%D7% ... 7%A8%D7%94

felashmura is the nickname given glue those Beta Israel who converted to Christianity under pressure from the mission during the 19th century and 20th under this definition are Jews not sure about the existence of Jewish law, as well as Jews who converted to Christianity, voluntary or forced. Largest concentration was in the Amhara Region of Ethiopia, but most of them immigrated to Israel under the Law of Return. According to decisions of the Chief Rabbi, the main

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I said you'll learn will succeed, then come talk to me
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ሂድና አናትክን ጠይቃት!!!
ቡር ሀአሪጽ ካሞሀ :D
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Postby mamay » Fri Aug 06, 2010 4:53 pm

እዚህ የምታመጣት አታር አንተና መሰሎቻጩ ያዘጋጃችኋት ነች እንዴ ???? ሁለተኛየ ነው ሳነባት ለወንድም እንግዳ ያስነበብካት ይችኑ ነው እስኪ ልጠይቅህ ኢትዮ በስደት ሳለን ማርያም ወደድ ነበር አሉ የምትባሉት አሁን ሙራ የምትባሉት በሂብሩ ሲተረጎም ነው በቃ ፋችን መሆኑ ነው ቅቅቅቅቅቅቅ
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Postby gmm » Sat Aug 07, 2010 7:51 am

ሻባት ሻሎም
ካማ ኦይቪም እያሉን ቢምኮም ለሂላሄም ያሀድ የእኛ መባላት
ትርፉ ምንድን ነው ? ኢም የሽ ባአዮት ትዳብሩ በሂብሩ ንልማድ ኤሀድ መሀሸኒ
በበካሻ ትኑ ካቮድ ኤሀድ በሸኒ
ጂሚ የእስራኤሉ
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Postby ሰመረ10 » Sun Aug 08, 2010 8:00 am

ג'מי קודם כל אתה צודק לגמרי,שאמרת שאנחנו צריכים להתאחד ולפתור את הבעיה שיש לנו בארץ החדשה.אבל אם תשים לב איזה אנשים מטומטמים יש באתר הזה אין לך מושג
שכותבים דברים מאוד לא יפים על עצמם ועל בני עדתם וזה מעצבן אותי
ואני נאלץ לענות להם, למרות שיש להם ראש קיר שלא מבין שום דבר
אנגדה ומאמי אתם רוצים לדבר על זה לא חסר לכם פורמים של הקהילה אז תלכו תכתבו את הבורות שלכם שם מה אתם רוצים מהעם האתיופי? מה הם קשורים לזה?
ויש לי בקשה אחרונה לפני שאתם פותחים את הז'ורה שלכם תחשבו קצת כי אתם כרגע
פוגעים בקהילה השלמה ולא בזרם אחר כמו שאתם חושבים ,
את הכביסה המלוכלכת לא מוצאים מחוץ לבית.
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Postby ሰመረ10 » Sun Aug 08, 2010 11:39 am

יש לך בעיה עם פלשמורה, יש לך המון בלוגים ופורמים של בני העדה
שם אתה יכול להביא את דעתך.
אבל פה זה סתם לטחון מים חבל אתה רק עושה פאדיחות לעצמך ולעדה שלנו
אם אתה רוצה לדבר במייל אין לי בעיה עם זה. אפילו אני מוכן להפגיש איתך.
אבל השטיות שאתם כותבים פה מעצבן אותי כי אתם כל כך צרי אופק
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Postby ተድላ ሀይሉ » Tue Nov 16, 2010 8:49 pm

ሻሎም : ሰላም የዚህ ቤት ሰዎች :-

ምነው በእስራኤል ምድር የሚሠማ ሽማግሌ ጠፋ ወይ ? እንዲህ ያለ ጭካኔ ከየት የመጣ ነው ? በሌላ ነገር ከመጨቃጨቅ ይልቅ ይህንን ዓይነት አሣፋሪ ተግባር የሚፈፅሙ ወንድሞቻችሁን ወደሥህተት እንዳያመሩ አስቀድማችሁ ምከሩ ::
ምንጭ:- Noam Barkan, Published: 11.16.10, 20:37, ynetnews. Ethiopian women's secret
Ethiopian women's secret

Three women of Ethiopian descent murdered by their partners in past year. Many others suffer extreme violence every day. Experts try to explain phenomenon

Noam Barkan
Published: 11.16.10, 20:37 / Israel News

At the age of three she watched as her mother lay in a pool of her own blood having been shot in her head and stomach by her father who also lay wounded on the stained floor. She sat beside them in the bloody floor with torn eyes, not crying or uttering a word. She merely watched as Magen David Adom paramedics tried to save the two people who were meant to protect and raise her. Only when one of the police officers removed her from the house of horror she dared ask: "What happened to mommy?"

Mother Elmanesh's condition improved slightly during the course of the night. The fate of Melkam Tesra, 26, another Ethiopian immigrant, was sadly not so fortunate. Last week she was stabbed in all parts of her body by her partner and eventually died of her wounds on Saturday. Tesra, the mother of an eight-year-old girl, and her partner Gatnech, immigrated from Ethiopia to Israel several years ago. Her only sin was wanting to break up with Gatnech.

Two years have passed since Rachel, 25, escaped a similar fate. Her brother had walked in at the exact moment her husband flung an axe over her head. She was seriously wounded but survived the attack. After being discharged from the hospital Rachel filed a complaint against her husband with the police. He has been in jail for over a year but Rachel dreads the moment he is released and comes back to finish the job.

The couple immigrated from Ethiopia years ago and have three kids. Rachel fit in well in Israel, quickly picking up the language and soon pursued a higher education. Her husband remained frustrated at home. As the years passed conflicts between the two began to emerge, primarily concerned with his jealous temperament. He wanted Rachel to go back being the wife she was supposed to be had they stayed in Ethiopia. Her family too preferred her to change her ways, keeping her traditional role as wife, and mainly to refrain from complaining. Since filing the complaint Rachel has been an outcast among her family and community.

'In Ethiopian societies norm is stronger than any law' (Archive photo: Ido Erez)

"When she comes to the center to rest, have a cup of coffee or take some clothes it tears my heart apart," says Liza Nikolychuk, director of the sexual assault victims support center in south Israel. "I ask her 'What will you do when your husband will be released from jail' and she answers: 'I have no choice, I'll go back to him.'"

Code of silence

Rachel is one of dozens of Ethiopian women seeking support at the center every year. "Five years ago we had a young woman, a mother of five, come in who ran away from home and filed a complaint," Nikolychuk says. "She was in a battered women's shelter, pulled herself together and lived independently for a few months. She was forced to return to her husband at the pressure of her family. She was murdered a week later."

The center provides women who suffer abuse with legal aid, consultation and help from Amharic and Tigre speaking volunteers. "Many time we try to help them break the code of silence," Nikolychuk says. "For the most part, an Ethiopian woman will not complain. This is a very quiet population where one angry moment could cost a woman her life. We can find out about the distress from the children. They will voice what's going on at home in various ways in school, with a word here and there. The problem is that most of the time we don't listen.

"Many times violence comes from financial or emotional distress. Divides are created between the men and women. Women go out studying and working and the men, who back in Ethiopia were the breadwinners, sit unemployed and frustrated at home. They discover the women are not abiding by the rules they set her. One of the main problems is that we in Israel primarily care for the women and not the men. Even if the woman leaves a violent home and changes, her man will always stay in the same place."

Social worker Miri Benshalom-Dror, director of the battered women's shelter in Jerusalem adds: "Not to generalize, Ethiopian men have lost their dominant position in their families. We had a woman at the shelter whose husband was a mayor on Ethiopia and here he remained unemployed and could not bear this frustration.

"Women in Ethiopia did not used to complain about violence and in some places it was legitimate to beat women. Here the women learn that violence towards them is not legitimate. Another characteristic among traditional and Ethiopian families is that the norm is stronger than any law. That’s why the women's families always pressure them into getting back together with their abusive husbands. "

Absorption difficulties

In the past year, 16 women have been murdered by their partners in Israel, three of which were of Ethiopian descent. Many others suffered extreme violence or escaped a similar fate. "It's a very high percentage in relation to the rate of Ethiopian women in the Israeli population," says Ronit Ehrenfreund-Cohen, director of women's status promotion at WIZO.

"These are just the murder cases. In three of our family violence support centers and two of our battered women's shelters we get dozens of complaints from Ethiopian women who survived murder attempts."

The reason for family violence among Ethiopian immigrants appears to be related to the immigration aspect. "The move from one country to another and from one culture to another is always traumatic," Ehrenfreund-Cohen explains. "That is why it's important that the State of Israel also address cultural issues."

According to Ehrenfreund-Cohen, battered Ethiopian women are usually financially dependent on their husbands and extremely afraid of them. "It's not a rarity that after a woman escapes to a shelter with her children she is forced to return to her abusive husband for financial reasons," she explains.

"In many cases we discover that the husband deliberately refrained from paying property tax, water and electricity bills leaving the debt to his wife. When the woman leaves the shelter she caves under the financial burden. In the past, we promoted a bill together with Knesset members Ilan Gilon and Dov Khenin to provide income support to women in shelters amounting to NIS 2 million ($540,000), however the proposal is being delayed."

More support needed

David Mehrat, a senior official at the Education Ministry wishes to avoid generalizations. "Not every member of the Ethiopian community who stumbles across a rough situation responds with violence towards their wife," he says. "There are immigrants who don't handle the absorption challenge well and obviously they require a much more intense support. Sadly, reality shows this is not being provided in an adequate manner."

Six years ago the Immigration and Absorption Ministry started the "Bridges" program coordinating the operation of Russian and Amharic speaking social workers in 30 cities with a high rate of immigrants. A large part of the ministry's work is devoted to raising awareness, making services accessible, training caretakers working with immigrants and preventing violence. "We’re working together with the Social Affairs Ministry," says Sarah Cohen, director of Social Affairs at the Immigration and Absorption Ministry.

"What we add to the mix is a cultural response tailored to the various cultural characteristics of the different countries of origin. In the past years we have witnessed a constant rise in the number of Ethiopian women seeking help as well as a rise in the number of Ethiopian men coming for treatment at the family violence prevention centers. Nevertheless, it is clear there is still much more work to be done."

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ሻሎም ተድላ በዚህስ ውነት ብለሀል በጣም የሚያሳስብም የሚያሳፍረም ነው እንድም ቀን የማይሻሻል መተላለቅ በተለይ ሴቶች እንዲህ በባላቸው እጅ እንደዶሮ መታረድ በጣም ያሳዝናል በዚህ 2010 አመት ቢያንስ 10 ሴቶች ተገለዋል በባላቸው እጅ ግማሾቹም ወዶች ሴቶቹን ከገደሉ በሁዋላ ራሳቸውን አጥፍተዋል ከሁሉ ያሳዘነችኝ አርብ እለት ኤርትራዊው ሚስቱን የ4 ወር እርጉዝ ሂወትዋን ያጠፋው እና በበነገታው ሌላው ደሞ ከ3 አመት ልጃቸው ፊት ሚስቱን አቁስሎ በጠና ራሱንም አቆሰለ....
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Postby ተድላ ሀይሉ » Wed Nov 17, 2010 2:44 am

ቆንጂት08 wrote:ሻሎም ተድላ በዚህስ ውነት ብለሀል በጣም የሚያሳስብም የሚያሳፍረም ነው እንድም ቀን የማይሻሻል መተላለቅ በተለይ ሴቶች እንዲህ በባላቸው እጅ እንደዶሮ መታረድ በጣም ያሳዝናል በዚህ 2010 አመት ቢያንስ 10 ሴቶች ተገለዋል በባላቸው እጅ ግማሾቹም ወዶች ሴቶቹን ከገደሉ በሁዋላ ራሳቸውን አጥፍተዋል ከሁሉ ያሳዘነችኝ አርብ እለት ኤርትራዊው ሚስቱን የ4 ወር እርጉዝ ሂወትዋን ያጠፋው እና በበነገታው ሌላው ደሞ ከ3 አመት ልጃቸው ፊት ሚስቱን አቁስሎ በጠና ራሱንም አቆሰለ....
ሰላሙን ያውርድ ምን ይባላል.

ሻሎም ቆንጂት 08:-

እኔን ግራ ያጋባኝ ነገር አገር ቤት ባልና ሚስት ቢጣሉ ከዱላ ያለፈ ነገር አይኖርም (ያም ትክክልም ባይሆንም) :: እዚያ እስራኤል አገር በምን ምክንያት ወደ መጥረቢያ እና መሣሪያ መምዘዝ ተደረሠ ? ያለው የኑሮ ለውጥ ከሴቶች ይልቅ ወንዶቹን ግራ ሊያጋባ ይችላል :: ነገር ግን በአካባቢው ያለው ማኅበረሰብ ተሰብስቦ ወንዶቹን መምከር ያስፈልጋል :: አንዴ ሕይወት ካጠፉ ወዲያ እኮ ለገዳዩም ቢሆን ኑሮው ኑሮ አይደለም :: ደግሞስ ምን ያህል ቢማረር አንድ ሰው የልጆቹን እናት በመጥረቢያ : በጥይት : ወዘተርፈ መግደል :: በኋላስ የልጆቹም ባለ-ደም መሆኑን ዘነጋው ወይ? ይህ የባህል ለውጥ ለእኔ ሊገባኝ አልቻለም :: ዞሮ ዞሮ በአካባቢው ያሉ አረጋውያን በባልና ሚስት መካከል ያለ ጠብ ይበልጥ እንዳይባባስ ወንዶች ላይ ጫን ብለው ምክር ቢጤ ያድርጉ እላለሁ ::

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ሻሎም...
ቆንጂት አንችን 'ሚያሰጋሽ ነገር የለም::በአንድ ወቅት እንዳጫወትሽን ከሆነ ባልሽ የሸዋ ጋን ነው የሸዋ ጋን ሆዱ ከሞላ እንኳን በጩቤ ሊወጋሽ ዝምብሽን እሽ አይልም::ስለዚህ ጨጨብሳ ባፍ ባፉ መጎስጎስ አትዘንጊ...
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Postby ተድላ ሀይሉ » Sun Jul 24, 2011 10:52 pm

ሻሎም : ሰላም ለሁሉም :-

ዛሬ ከወደ እሥራኤል ምድር አንድ አስደሣች ዜና ተደምጧል :: ይኸውም 'ሃጊት ያሶ' የተባለች እሥራኤላዊ-ኢትዮጵያዊ የዓመቱ የእሥራኤል ታዋቂ ዜማ አሸናፊ ሆናለች :: በጣም የሚያስደስት ዜና ነው :: አንዲት ወጣት ወላጆቿ ከኢትዮጵያ ከወጡ ከ25-30 የሚሆናቸው በዚህ አጭር ጊዜ ከእሥራኤል ማኅበረሰብ ጋር ተዋህዳ በዚህ ታላቅ ውድድር ላይ አሸናፊ ሆና ለመውጣት መቻሏ ትልቅ ነገር ነው ::

ምንጮች:-
1 ..... Hagit Yaso - Crowned forehead @ חגית יאסו - עטור מצחך

2 ..... JTA, Sunday July 24, 2011. Israel crowns new ‘Idol’.


JERUSALEM (JTA) -- The daughter of Ethiopian immigrants won Israel's version of "American Idol."

Hagit Yasso, a velvet-voiced 21-year-old from Sderot, garnered the most votes to take first place in the televised song content "Kochav Nolad" ("A Star is Born") on Saturday night.

Yasso, whose parents are Orthodox Jewish immigrants from Ethiopia, served in a musical troupe in the Israeli military and has since worked as a kindergarten assistant in communities on the Gaza periphery. Her repertoire during "Kochav Nolad" suggested an affection for R&B and soul, in addition to Hebrew pop and folk classics.

"I hope to try to combine all of the things I like, so that I create something that is purely mine," she told Army Radio on Sunday, when asked about her career plans.

Nine seasons old and broadcast over Israel's top-rated Channel Two television, "Kochav Nolad" has a track record of streamlining young talent toward Israel's music industry, as well as acting and advertising.

እንግዲህ የዜማውን ትርጉም እነ እንግዳ እንደሚተባበሩን ተስፋ አደርጋለሁ ::

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