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At Least 800 Worshippers Die Defending Ark Of Covenant In Ethiopia – Genocide in Ethiopia: 800 people killed to save the holy Ark, know the whole matter


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The Christian community of the East African country of Ethiopia claims that a sacred Ark (of the Covenant) is placed in the enclosure of St. Mary’s Church in Exem. Exams are considered the holiest city in the Tigray region of Ethiopia. According to the information that created a hue and cry about it, in November last year, more than 800 people gave their lives to save this sacred chest.

The information of this horrific massacre has now been revealed to the world because this area was stopped contact with the outside world. For this, the Prime Minister of Ethiopia Abi Ahmed had banned mobile as well as mobile networks. He has deployed the country’s army against the local leadership.

According to a report by The Sun website, Getu Maq, a spokesman at a local university, tells how many people died in saving the box. 32-year-old Mak said, “When people heard the sound of firing bullets, they came to the church to accompany the rescuers. Certainly some people lost their lives in doing so.

A member of the church living in the exam (Deacon) described how he had helped in counting the dead, collecting the identity cards of the victims and collectively burying the dead. They believe that about 800 people were killed in this incident by this firing of government-backed forces. He said that the bodies of the people were lying on the streets for several days.

Getu explains that after the November dispute started, there were reports of soldiers stealing artifacts and destroying them. The locals then feared that the box would be moved somewhere else or it would be completely extinct. He said, ‘No kindness was shown, he did not even care for the children or the elderly. They killed people and took away whatever they could carry. ‘

It is worth mentioning that under Abi Ahmed’s rule, issues of ethnic violence related to land and resources have been continuously coming up. Abi became the Prime Minister of Ethiopia in April 2018. He declared victory against the TPLF (Tigre People’s Liberation Front) in late November after government forces regained control of the regional capital Mekel.

His government has denied the involvement of the North-East African country of Eritrea in all these incidents. However, recently he has retreated from his claim that no citizen was killed in this campaign. The Ministry of External Affairs has acknowledged that there may be incidents of rape, loot and mass genocide in areas where people will be armed with illegal weapons.

The ministry blamed the Tigrayan fighters for being backward in the area. Many humanitarian organizations have warned that the same level of starvation may come here during the 1980s. According to the United Nations, the Tigray community has a population of about six million, of which 80 percent of the population is away from aid.

At least 102 civilians were killed in an alleged genocide during an ethnic violence in Ethiopia in December. The attack took place a day after the Prime Minister’s visit there. Who allowed the army to take action to deal with the rebels.

Abi Ahmed was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize of the year 2019. He was given this award for his contribution to ending the 20-year-old vivac in Aritree. However, he is proving to be Naram in dealing with incidents of ethnic violence in his own country. Tensions are currently underway between more than 90 ethnic groups in Ethiopia.

It is said to be a coffer made of wood and overlaid with gold, in which two stones are written. The 10 commandments are written on these stones, which Moses brought from Mount Sinai. It is also said that there are many other items in this box which are mentioned in the Bible and these items have magical powers.

At present no one knows anything about where it is. But there are some stories about it. According to them, this box may be in Mound Nebo in Jordan, South Africa, Ethiopia, Egypt and some other parts of Europe.

Christians in Ethiopia have long claimed that it was kept in safety at the Church of Our Lady Mary of Zion in the arch exam.

According to the Old Testament (the first part of the Bible), the arch was kept in Solomon’s temple in Jerusalem for centuries, but it disappeared after an attack on Jerusalem in 586 or 587 BCE.

Christians in Ethiopia believe that the chest was brought to the exam in the 10th century. It was brought here by Menelik, the son of King Solomon of Israel and Queen Sheba.

The Christian community of the East African country of Ethiopia claims that a sacred Ark (of the Covenant) is placed in the enclosure of St. Mary’s Church in Xemon under protection. Exams are considered the holiest city in the Tigray region of Ethiopia. According to the information that created a hue and cry about it, in November last year, more than 800 people gave their lives to save this sacred chest.

The information of this horrific massacre has now been revealed to the world because this area was stopped contact with the outside world. For this, the Prime Minister of Ethiopia Abi Ahmed had banned the mobile network along with the Internet. He has deployed the country’s army against the local leadership.

According to a report by The Sun website, Getu Maak, a spokesperson at a local university, tells how many people died in saving the box. 32-year-old Mak said, “When people heard the sound of bullets, they came to the church to support the boxers.” Certainly some people lost their lives in doing so.

A member of the church living in the exam (Deacon) described how he had helped in counting the dead, collecting the identity cards of the victims and collectively burying the dead. They believe that about 800 people were killed in this incident by this firing of government-backed forces. He said that the bodies of the people were lying on the streets for several days.

Getu explains that after the November dispute started, there were reports of soldiers stealing artifacts and destroying them. After this there was a fear among the local people that the box would be taken somewhere else or it would go completely extinct. He said, ‘No kindness was shown, he did not even care for the children or the elderly. They killed people and took away whatever they could carry. ‘

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