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Postby እሰፋ ማሩ » Mon Nov 13, 2017 2:10 pm

የወያኔ ተባባሪ ሳሙኤል ገብሩን የቦስተን ነዋሪ ኢትዮጲያዊያን አወገዙት፡፡የኢትዮጲያ ህዝብን መብት የረገጠ ወያኔ አጋር ሳሙኤል በሰው መብት ትግል ስም ቦስተኖችን ምረጡኝ ይላል፡፡በአፍሪካ የሰው መብት ረገጣ 1ኛ ወያኔን ደጋፊ ሳሙኤል አይኑን በጨው ታጥቦ ለከተማ ምክርቤት ምረጡኝ ይላል፡፡የቦስተን የምርጫ ሂደት የወያኔ ምርጫ ቦርድ አይደለም!
Posted by: ecadforum November 11, 2017
Samuel Gebru speaks at a 2014 Inclusive City Forum at Tufts University’s Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. (Photo: Matthew Modoono/Fletcher School)
A flier making the rounds in Cambridge’s Ethiopian community has been causing distraction for Samuel Gebru’s campaign for City Council just days before polls open.(cambridgeday.) —The flier accuses Gebru of being “silent when the regime he supports commits atrocities” and says he speaks of development in Ethiopia when “his attention and energy should be focused on human rights first.”
Gebru, 25, was born in Sudan to Ethiopian parents in 1991, but was moved to Cambridge when he turned 3. Since graduating from Cambridge Public Schools, he founded and serves as managing director for Black Lion Strategies, a firm that works to strengthen relations between the United States and Ethiopia, and ran a nonprofit for 10 years also focused on Ethiopia. The campaign materials for his first run for City Council call for people to “take the initiative and stand up for civil rights, civil liberties and democracy,” and he speaks of keeping Cambridge a “safe, inclusive, and welcoming community.”
But among local members of the Ethiopian-American community – estimated at up to 30,000, with as many as 5,000 in Cambridge – there are some who see Gebru’s local stance at odds with his position on the regime running Ethiopia for the past three decades. Dissent is not allowed, and the Ethiopian People Revolutionary Democratic Front government, which has fired on crowds of protesters, occupies every seat in Parliament. Ethiopians have fled the country in waves over the decades.“We are victims of this government, and he is supporting this government,” said Tibebu Gashaw, a 15-year resident and parent who has moved out of the city. “He’s counting himself a Democrat and running in the city of Cambridge, but if they are killing his own people, and this guy is defending these dictators, how can he be working for human rights? So we are not supporting him.”
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