Hope in Ethiopia?  (Analysis. By Gregory Copley, Editor, GIS/Defense & Foreign Affairs.)

Hope in Ethiopia?  

Analysis. By Gregory Copley, Editor, GIS/Defense & Foreign Affairs. 

How is it possible to find hope for Ethiopia in the wake of hundreds of thousands of civilian deaths and millions of people displaced and impoverished by power-seeking militants over recent years?  

Those searching for positive developments in Ethiopia in mid-2022 could point to the fact that the massacre, on June 19, 2022, of at least 200 ethnic Amhara civilians by Oromo Liberation Front (OLF) militia in Tole — a village in Oromia region — may not have been just one more futile loss of innocent lives.   

This latest OLF genocidal atrocity may have finally forced Ethiopian Prime Minister Dr Abiy Ahmed Ali to go hard against the OLF and its associates. The deaths — on top of the tens of thousands of deaths, injuries, and displacements of the past two years — may finally been enough to have stirred Ethiopia and the world into action.  

Dr Abiy was quoted on July 8, 2022, as saying that, 

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