Ethiopians held a noisy demonstration in Washington DC against what they called the “Divisive Politics” of the prominent political activist, Jewar Mohammed. They described the man (whom they hailed as a freedom fighter until recently) as a killer, called his political activities inside Ethiopia “terrorism” and demanded his arrest.
The question is: how does the subjective description of Jawar Mohammed as a “terrorist” differ from the EPRDF’s description of its political opponents as terrorists – only to release them a few years later as freedom fighters?
Drs. Tsegezab Gebregergis