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Ethiopian Airlines Should be Called Ebola Airlines


Ethiopian Airlines is accused of spreading Ebola to Ethiopia, and potentially to East Africa


Ethiopian Airlines Should be Called Ebola Airlines

A few weeks ago, my friend and I were discussing the dangers of Ebola to the Horn of Africa. Long story short, we both felt the virus would come to Ethiopia via Ethiopian Airlines, and that it would gradually spread to other countries in the region months later.

Yesterday, a report claimed there are four suspected cases of Ebola in Addis Ababa, and that the virus allegedly came from an unnamed West African diplomat who flew in to the country with Ethiopian Airlines.

While numerous carriers have suspended flights to regions suffering from an Ebola outbreak, Ethiopian Airlines remains the only carrier in East Africa to continue several flights daily to these affected regions.

Ethiopia is insistent that continuing flights poses no additional threat.

“This is a time we have to show solidarity,” Said Addis Tamire Woldemariam, director general of the office of the Ethiopian minister of health. “We are citizens of Africa. We believe we have to continue flying.”

While Addis Ababa is playing on African solidarity sentiments to cover its negligent role in potentially spreading Ebola to the region, its motives, however, are purely financial. The significantly fewer flights to Ebola affected countries means big profit margins for the state-owned Ethiopian Airlines. In essence, the Ethiopian dictatorship has put profit before the welfare of its citizens and its neighbors.

As a result of its financial greed, Ethiopian Airlines should be boycotted by all travelers. Your next trip on this airliner could  have a person suffering from Ebola on it, or you could come into contact with the virus from a passenger who may have contaminated your seat or the seats around you from a previous flight. The risk is there, and if you value your health, you should avoid it.

So until the Ethiopian dictatorship suspends flights to West African regions suffering from the Ebola outbreak, Ethiopian Airlines should be called Ebola Airlines.


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91 comments:

  1. Only illegal immigrants crossing the borders illegally and entering Ethiopia from neighboring countries like Eritrea, South Sudan, Somalia e.t.c. are the dangers for a possible Ebola virus expansion in Ethiopia. Ethiopian Airlines clients with the state-of-the-art screening machines installed in the Bole international airport can not pose a threat to that.

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  2. so it is imminent that ebolla will reach eritrea soon rurher than late, my question is is G.o.eritrea have any preparation to deal with this epidemic???
    if yes proove it, if not why not??/ thanx Allah, there is no eritrean air lines except controband couriers from the boarders and those are donkeys, camels.

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  3. Its highly irresponsible as always on their part to continue flying while others who are medically advanced stopped flying to that area already. however, as we have no direct link with them it is not our place to even discus about this issue. All we can do is put necessary measures to protect our people.

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  4. jgmariam@gmail.comOctober 13, 2014 at 3:02 PM

    There has not been a case of ebola infections in Eritrea or Somalia. But there're 4 confirmed cases in Ethiopia, so how can a person migrating from areas with no infection can be the source? Dedebit logic as usual.

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  5. Yes, the government in Eritrea has implemented a plan to deal with the Ebola outbreak, it is called education. They have a contingency plan on avoiding it and should in case it does occur, then on how to isolate and treat victims. Currently there are consorted efforts to educate all medial personnel, different government ministries, schools/students and all civilians, using mass media.

    Unlike your ethnic minority Agame regime, Eritrea is not trying to hide the issue, it is facing it head-on.

    By the way, unlike your Ebola Airlines, those donkeys and camels you speak of are Eritrean owned and fully paid for ;-)

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  6. Cheapest article by all measures!!! First, this is a disease that has no boundaries and all should be united in defatting this disease which is as equally dangerous as the virus called PFDJ. Calling the Ethiopian airlines as Ebola airlines is simply coming out of an angry, jealous and childish minds that have been dreaming the collapse of the gigantic airliner that has over 120 planes, govern by well-educated personnel and is becoming the Lufthansa of Africa.

    Let’s be realistic and human beings. I don’t like the woyanne regime as well as the mafia group in Eritrea. However, truth is truth. Ethiopian Airlines is one of the best airlines in the world and is starving every day to a bigger achievement. Such defamatory articles will only describe the personality of the write who seems happy to see the suffering of human beings just like everyone of us.

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  7. Cheapest article by all measures!!! First, this is a disease that has no boundaries and all should be united in defatting this disease which is as equally dangerous as the virus called PFDJ. Calling the Ethiopian airlines as Ebola airlines is simply coming out of an angry, jealous and childish minds that have been dreaming the collapse of the gigantic airliner that has over 120 planes, govern by well-educated personnel and is becoming the Lufthansa of Africa.

    Let’s be realistic and human beings. I don’t like the woyanne regime as well as the mafia group in Eritrea. However, truth is truth. Ethiopian Airlines is one of the best airlines in the world and is starving every day to a bigger achievement. Such defamatory articles will only describe the personality of the write who seems happy to see the suffering of human beings just like everyone of us.

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  8. where did u get that info?That is what u wish happen;shame on u .

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  9. my ebolla air lines is #1 in africa while you are not able to maintain the existance of your air lines with its one dc3, and pretending that everything is ok. to be honest with you eritreans should learn to be ashamed of their egnorance, egnorance feeds hate multiplies its number of destitute members.

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  10. Desperate as awalys
    Ethiopians airlines has no flight to the three most affected countries. Even ET airlines half owned ASKY airlines of Togo stopped flying to those countries. Can you name a single destination that ET flies to but airlines like British, emirates, or Turkey suspended flights?

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  11. Yes his logic is right. First of all there is no Ebola case reported in Ethiopia(except wishful reporting from people like you). Secondly passengers in Bole are being screened with state of the art facility only found in US and some European airports. There might not be Ebola in Eritrea, But no one knows it even if it occurs and its not possible to screen the thousands of Eritreans crossing border each month(despite shoot to kill policy of the regime)

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  12. "Nairobi, along with Ethiopia’s capital, Addis Ababa, are East Africa's two biggest air transport hubs; both typically have several fights daily to West Africa. But while Ethiopian Airlines has continued to fly, Kenya Airways has suspended its flights to Liberia and Sierra Leone. "

    http://www.csmonitor.com/World/Africa/2014/0916/Ebola-a-shared-African-problem-yet-nations-look-to-their-own-needs-video

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  13. If articles on this site site are graded on a parabola, this one will be at the bottom of all. How low can a human brain go? It is our continent taking the brunt of the bad name be it you are from Eritrea, Kenya, Djibouti or the affected countries. By the way you forgot many that crisscross Africa, but obsession and ill will takes over I guess.

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  14. FLY EAL
    (EBOLA AIR LINES)
    GATEWAY TO HELL.

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  15. golden nation
    bullshit golden nation:: you do not know anything and you do not have air lines so, shut the foook up. jealousy is burning you, ethiopian air lines is one of the best in the world and #1 in africa, my question to you is where is eritrean air lines this days???

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  16. How about Congo? Does it fly there? If yes, you got your answer right there.
    Fight= flight.

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  17. Die agame !

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  18. Die agame !!

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  19. Die agame !!!

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  20. Die agame reshat !!

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  21. Die agame reshat !!!

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  22. Die agame gohafat !!!

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  23. anyee, don't try to be honest with me, be honest with yourself. Admit it, your inferiority complex is eating you from the inside out, and now Ebola will do the same to you; thanks to your Ebola airlines. You should know that your Ebola airlines is and has been owned by the US (first it was TWA and now...), just like your government. In Eritrea we know who we are, we live withing our means. We will never LEARN to be ashamed because that is your department. We are to busy working hard and not begging. You have been on your knees for too long that you have forgotten what it is to stand straight. Also... Lay off the dictionary, you are not making any sense.

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  24. Screened with state of the art... Bull @#$@! Dude, it is just a laser temperature Gage that checks your temperature to see what your body temperature is. You can actually get this "state of the art" equipment from your local hardware store. It can get fooled with a few ibuprofen pills... Then again I'm wasting my time arguing against an Agame who is either intentionally lying or doesn't know what what he is talking about. Typical degenerate Agame.

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  25. fake ere; i bet all i have, that you are an ex agame your self or with 1/2 ethiopian parents born somewhere in the army garison around afabet durring the drgue time, come home find your dergi dad, who is somewhere in ethiopia.

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  26. Breaking News:
    Ebola Airlines started handing out free condoms at E-Bole Airport.
    Woyanay always ahead of the game.
    Sorry I had to make fun of woyane :)
    On a serious note: This is not Ethiopian problem. This is a black-mans problem. Africans, we better help each other before it is too late.

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  27. lol!!! do you mean we are walking hard to reach shimalbe eritrean refugee camp in tigray?? no wonder eritrea is doomed to die soon becouse of people like you.

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  28. kkkkkkkkkkk like Haben says your inferiority complex is eating you from the inside out. kkkkkkkkkkkkkkk

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  29. You can't dismiss a source when it isn't to your favor and select parts from it as 'facts' when it is. The source posted is credible. Ethiopian Airlines is currently traveling to Liberia and Sierra Leone --two countries facing a severe Ebola outbreak.

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  30. TRUE ERITREA:::::::::::))))))) is agame himself, he is pretending as eritrean, he was born in afabet from a dergi soldure as a father from welayta sodo and an agame mother, both deseased when he was only 5 years old, and an eritrean neighbour raised him as his own son, and then he went to sawa he had a miserable life as he was bullied by people who knows his true identity. now shamelessly he is working hard to proof himself as an eritrean.

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  31. This shows clearly our governmrnt,hgdf,is frustrated by the development of ethiopia.and by thedeveloment of ethiopia airlines.

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  32. you can't have the capacity to buy a single boeing,so to cheat your people ,you fabricate things .There are many international medias,which have the international trust.Madote is a vilage website.

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  33. The plan of mafia government is just to kill any suspected or potential Ebola affected Eritrean. The best medicine of EPLF/PFDJ is killing.

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  34. we ethiopians will urge our ethiopian government to close the border with eritrea not to accept the eritrean immigrants,because there is a tendancy for ebloa to enter through the immigrats of eritrea!madote is trying to evacuate the eritrean immigrats from our country ethiopia! we will evacuate eritrean immigrats from ethiopia to their country eritrea!
    eritreans leave our land ethiopia!

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  35. kkkkkkkkkkkkkk ewai agame tgebra. kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk die agame!!!

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  36. anyee
    Don't waste your time arguing with these sub humans, They don't carry any human value. Ebola is a disease threatening the life of humans in the entire world but the dogs of DIA are cheering it for entering Ethiopia. If they don't care about their neighbors, it is supposed to care about the tenth of thousands living in refugee camps in Ethiopia who fled from a regime worst than Ebola itself.

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  37. i know where your dad is, he is in welaita sodo, go and pay him a visit, if this can help you to make peace with yourself other wise hiding your true identity is a hard thing to do.
    haben loved my raya jella last time, i am sure she will tell you all the good exprience.

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  38. Eritreans back home survived for 23 years under the continuous attack a plague called PFDJ, thus they have a great resistance to any disease.

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  39. kkkkkkkkkk wui wui agame ma tetselilen kkkkkkkkk

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  40. Eritrean airline dead of ebola.kiekiekiekiekiekiekie
    Issaya Ask federation in 1992.

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  41. Guys let us be fair and stick to facts, Ethiopian Airlines does not fly to Ebola high alert zones ,besides there is no reason for the airline to discontinue its operations to unaffected African cities while there is no travel ban issued by the WHO.

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  42. First
    and foremost, please try to learn where Ethiopian flies. Ethiopian Airlines doesn't
    fly to most affected countries like; Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone. Besides,
    as Ethiopian is the largest African carrier and a global carrier, it's taking
    precautionary measures where you can find it on their website
    www.ethiopianairlines.com .

    I’ve
    been travelling with Ethiopian for a decade. I know Ethiopian for its
    hospitality and its care to its esteemed passengers. And at the time of Ebola
    outbreak, they are taking rigorous and specific examination to passengers
    regarding all flights from West Africa (Abuja and Lagos) at Addis Ababa
    Airport. Refer, http://www.ethiopianairlines.com/en/news/prarchive.aspx?id=540 . No need to name the national carrier in
    such illogical way.

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  43. Poor ethiopia, was enough their miser life and corrupted governance and now it adds also ebola..Sorry, why all time the poors have to pay, it's not fair.

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  44. @King, thank you for your clarification. We need to report every detail based on facts not with hearsay!! As to my knowledge and stated by King, ET doesn't fly to affected countries and know Ethiopian Airlines has been taking precautionary measures since the outbreak of Ebola.

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  45. Ethiopian Airlines is the biggest airline in Africa by revenue and profit. To see such a title on madote shows the hatred and pettiness that supporters of the Eritrean regime have. Not really towards Ethiopia, since it's a dirt poor and backward country in many, many aspects, but in this case to Ethiopian Airlines.

    For this website to post such a ridiculous article shows how desperate they are to write anything negative about Ethiopia. This is ironic especially since only a week ago there was an article about the wet-lease of a 2 decade old Airbus by Eritrean Airlines. The comments in that article were the usual mindless cheering we see from the regime supporters. This site consistently downplays anything positive that happens in Ethiopia and paints a rosy picture of Eritrea as if nothing is wrong there. Both countries should be critically analyzed for their rights and wrongs (and there is a lot going wrong in both countries).

    I can give an example of the bias of madote, just to stay within the aviation related articles. In 2009 Kibrom Dafla the former CEO of Eritrean Airlines, former senior official of Himbol Finance, Red Sea Trading Corporation and ministry of Trade and Industry, defected. While I don't know if madote was operating back then, I wonder whether they would have posted the defection if they were active, or not. The last time I recall madote posting about a defection was when Ali Abdu defected and madote ridiculed assenna for lying, claiming he arrived back safely in Asmara. When later on his defection turned out to be true, madote quickly deleted the article:

    https://web.archive.org/web/20130703055834/http://www.madote.com/2012/11/ali-abdu-arrives-in-eritrea-ends.html

    Just goes to show you what the main aim of this site. There are many reasons to criticize the Ethiopian regime (not abiding by EEBC ruling, arbitrary arrests of tens of thousands, situation in Gambella/Ogaden/SNNP etc) but to call a Star alliance member and a fast growing aviation company like Ethiopian Airlines, Ebola Airlines just shows the immaturity here. Perhaps we should call Eritrean Airlines from now on Ailing Airlines, or Greyhound Airlines since it's (leased) planes spend more time on the tarmac of Asmara International than in the sky.

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  46. Ethiopian Airlines trying to robe travellers to Eritrea by flying them through Istanbul or Egypt from many parts of the world. Eritreans who travel half of their journey with Ethiopian Airlines are exposed to many kinds of infectious deaseases and could bring with them ebola to Eritrea.Watch it !

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  47. I I AM SICK CAN TOU HELP!!!I AM BUSY!!

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  48. so true = "You have been on your knees for too long that you have forgotten what it is to stand straight."

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  49. please stop this wishing death on anyone, its UnEritrean and you're making the page stupid, ... please if you believe / want that then put it into action, stop talking about it and stop using this language

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  50. yes "This is a black-mans - Africans problem"

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  51. I cant believe we are having an argument with an obvious issue. Please try to book a flight on Ethiopian airlines to Guniea, sirraleone or Liberia(good luck with that). If you consider yourself a journalist, it was a 10 second task to check any flight aggregate website to see if Ethiopian has flight to those destinations.

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  52. Now you are learning to become wise like me lol. Welcome to the club EriRat.
    Ps. If you continue like this I will upgrade your rank from Rat to Lion 😊

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  53. Wow This article is......
    I think Eritreans will not worry because there is no air service and no one want to get Eritrea. So you are safe from any thing happen in the world.
    Shame on you


    Ethiopian Air Line is one of the best air line in the world and first in Africa that is why any country in the world ask to get our service.

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  54. Sudanese man dies of Ebola in Germany

    By Laura Smith-Spark, Laura Perez Maestro and Alexander Felton, CNN

    October 14, 2014 -- Updated 1325 GMT (2125 HKT)

    (CNN) -- A United Nations medical worker who was infected with Ebola while working in Liberia has died in Germany.

    His death further raises questions of just how equipped health officials are in dealing with the disease.

    The 56-year-old man was Sudanese, a spokesman for the St. Georg hospital in Leipzig said Tuesday. He was being treated in a secure isolation ward there. And the clinic said last week that its doctors and medical staff were "perfectly prepared" for the task.

    After the man's death, Germany is treating only one other Ebola patient, said St. Georg hospital spokesman Constantin Sauff.

    The other patient is being treated in Frankfurt, he said. Another patient who was being treated in Hamburg has been discharged from a hospital after recovering, Sauff said.

    A Spanish nurse's assistant last week became the first person to contract the virus in Europe in the current outbreak.

    And a nurse in Dallas was confirmed as the first to have contracted the virus in the United States.

    The nurse, Nina Pham, had cared for Liberian national Thomas Eric Duncan, who contracted Ebola in Liberiaand died of the illness at a hospital.

    Liberia is one of the countries worst affected by the deadly virus, along with Sierra Leone and Guinea. The World Health Organization estimates more than 4,000 people have died from confirmed or suspected cases of the virus.

    The World Health Organization said via Twitter on Tuesday that by December of this year, 5,000 to 10,000 Ebola cases a week are anticipated in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone.

    'Slight improvement'

    Spanish nurse's assistant Teresa Romero is stable but remains in serious condition, Antonio Andreu, director of the Carlos III Hospital in Madrid, told a news conference Tuesday.

    There is a slight improvement in her clinical state, which gives hope to the health care workers treating her, he said.

    Andreu insisted that Spain's health care professionals have the situation under control.

    Earlier, a source at Carlos III Hospital, where she is being treated, told CNN that she is producing antibodies to fight Ebola.

    Besides treating Romero, Spanish authorities are monitoring 81 potential Ebola cases -- 15 in hospitals and 66 at home, according to the Spanish Ministry of Health.

    The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control said the Madrid hospital doesn't meet all the standards set for centers capable of Ebola care.

    In a scathing letter distributed Monday, Javier Limon, Romero's husband, said she received only 30 minutes of training in putting on protective gear and called for the resignation of Madrid's regional health minister over how the case has been handled.

    Romero helped care for two Spanish missionaries who were brought back to Madrid for treatment after being infected with the virus in West Africa. Both men died of the illness.

    A spokesman for a special committee created in Spain to keep people informed about Ebola told CNN that Spain will have a contagious diseases reference center in each of its regions.

    Police, firefighters and ambulance personnel, as well as hospital staff, will be trained to deal with Ebola cases.

    http://edition.cnn.com/2014/10/14/world/europe/ebola-outbreak/index.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+rss%2Fedition_africa+%28RSS%3A+Africa%29

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  55. Everything You Need to Know About Ebola Right Now
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xSthap4JULM

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  56. Boy, I’ve never wish evil on any one maybe except you, and that because you made it personal on a one 2 one bases (not saying the TPLF shit is not personal) because you could not counter argue my comment or continue to speak lies in the face of the truth or logic. Thus like a true coward you made it personal by attacking me personally, thus declared war using fabricated lies (a true child of his masters Keda’I, Telami kalu) and you started it by called something I’m not, using a Tigrinya words (remember what word you used) and please do not forget, just as I’m making an Empire accountable
    and be judged by the truth, I gave you my words that likewise I’ll pass judgment over you. I’ll always stand by my words, which you might not understand means suffering in other words true wisdom. You talk about fair play and accountability yet like a true hypocrite you never live by your words, if you really understood what wisdom really means, then you would know that it means suffering due to the truth or suffering due to the lies of man. thus a child of lie could never understand or archive wisdom. So hold my words for that will be the bases of my own judgment.

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  57. I like the Song and it is making me wonder who is Keda'i - the one who throw his comrades in prison or the one who is thrown into prison for standing with and for his people? The one who ordered to abandon Assab or the one who stood against 5 Woyane divisions and defended Assab? The one who is opposing the dictatorship or the one who s supporting the dictatorship and oppression?
    Waiting Answer from you mr Rat.

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  58. anyee,


    dont take them seriously, all that Ertireans do now days is try and defame Ethiopia because they have nothing to show for their country (well i will take that back...they have a cold storage unit of some kind...ohh and it is prelude to a much more anticipated development that is being planned as we speak along with the constitution and a bridge that I will sell to them soon after all the said comes into fruition). They are indeed burning with jealousy. Like their leader said. "It is one thing to have a dream it is another to realize that dream". Eritrea is a scam orchestrated by shabia, they sold a fairy tale style dream and delivered a nightmare. Cheers

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  59. Gusest, if that helps your emotion, keep thinkging that way, and leave us Eritreans alone so no one becomes your parasite.

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  60. Cheapest article by all measures!!! First, this is a disease that has no boundaries and all should be united in defatting this disease which is as equally dangerous as the virus called PFDJ. Calling the Ethiopian airlines as Ebola airlines is simply coming out of an angry, jealous and childish minds that have been dreaming the collapse of the gigantic airliner that has over 120 planes, govern by well-educated personnel and is becoming the Lufthansa of Africa.

    Let’s be realistic and human beings. I don’t like the woyanne regime as well as the mafia group in Eritrea. However, truth is truth. Ethiopian Airlines is one of the best airlines in the world and is starving every day to a bigger achievement. Such defamatory articles will only describe the personality of the write who seems happy to see the suffering of human beings just like everyone of us.

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  61. Ebola outbreak killing 70 percent of victimsWHO official says infection rate could reach 10,000 new cases a week in two months, up from a current 1,000.

    Last updated: 14 Oct 2014 19:38

    The Ebola outbreak in West Africa kills seven out of 10 victims and new cases could hit 10,000 a week within two months if it is not brought under control, the World Health Organisation has said.

    The organisation's assistant director-general Dr Bruce Aylward said on Tuesday that the death rate was higher than the official 50 percent rate and that "a lot more people will die" if the West Africa outbreak was not stopped.

    "What we're finding is 70 percent mortality," said Aylward, adding that he had a "working forecast" of 5,000 to 10,000 new cases a week by December to guide the international response.

    "It's been running at about a thousand cases a week now for about three to four weeks," he said. "The labs sometimes can't keep up with the amount of specimens they're getting."

    WHO figures released on Tuesday show 8,914 confirmed cases and a total of 4,447 people dead. However, the organisation has said several times that the tallies are unreliable due to difficult recording conditions and workload.

    Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia have been hardest hit.

    "There are this many cases that we're aware of, this many deaths that have been reported to us, but that doesn't mean you divide one by the other and get how many this disease kills," Aylward said.

    "To get that number, you need to take a bunch of people, follow them right through the course of their disease, and understand how many survive. That subset of people, who we know were sick, and we know their final outcome, what we're finding is 70 percent mortality, it's almost the exact same number across the three countries," he said.

    Aylward said that the WHO needed to isolate 70 percent of cases within two months to contain the outbreak.

    "Every time you isolate another patient, every time you have a safe burial, you're taking some of the heat out if this outbreak," said Aylward. "But this is Ebola. This is a horrible, unforgiving disease. You've got to get to zero."

    In Berlin, a UN medical worker infected with Ebola in Liberia has died. The St Georg hospital in Leipzig said on Tuesday that the 56-year-old man, whose name has not been released, died overnight of the infection.

    The man tested positive for Ebola on October 6, prompting Liberia's UN peacekeeping mission to place 41 other staff members under "close medical observation".

    http://www.aljazeera.com/news/africa/2014/10/ebola-outbreak-killing-70-percent-victims-20141014132345720164.html

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  62. jgmariam@gmail.comOctober 14, 2014 at 1:53 PM

    As evidence mounts, the present rulers of Ethiopia will announce what the few remaining doctors in the country have already revealed privately; the arrival of the deadly ebola virus in the densely populated city of Addis Ababa, courtesy of the thugs fixated on fattening their bottom line.

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  63. Where is Z Cruise
    In Eritrea, under the mafia regime every one is lying to survive. Once two diaspora young people asked Wedi Gebeya if human rights is respected in Eritrea? he replied there are no humans in Eritrea, because Sha'biya has turned the people into animals walking on two legs.

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  64. መኮንንOctober 14, 2014 at 2:11 PM

    እንቆ፡ሀጎሰኩም!!!
    እንታይ፡ትገብር።አለካ፡አባና፡ቦታካ፡ሀዘልና፡እስካ፡ጥራይ፡ከይኮነ፡ኩልኮትኩም፡ቦታኩም፡እንተትህዙልና፡፡እስካትኩም፡ግና፡ምስነስርአት፡አይትፋለጡን።

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  65. Tesfu
    The supporters of the mafia regime in Eritrea are waiting the Ebola to do the proxy war against Ethiopia after the collapse of Al-Shabab terrorist group.

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  66. መኮንንOctober 14, 2014 at 2:22 PM

    እስካ፡ድማ፡ቁሩብ፡ዘይተሀፍር፡መንዩ፡ማፍያ፡ናይ፡ወያኔ፡በአል፡ስልጣናት፡ካብ፡ኤትዮጽያ፡ሕዝቢ፡መንዚኦም፡ኩሎም፡ሙልቲ፡ሜሊዮነራት፡፡ተገልብጥኪ፡ማፍያ፡ትብል።ዝገርም፡ኢዩ።

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  67. jgmariam@gmail.comOctober 14, 2014 at 2:56 PM

    As evidence mounts, the present rulers of Ethiopia will be left with no choice but to announce what the few remaining doctors in the country have already revealed, privately; the arrival of the deadly ebola virus in the densely populated city of Addis Ababa; courtesy of the thugs at EAL fixated on fattening their bottom lines.
    This is indeed a terrible news not only to Ethiopia but Eritrea, Somalia and all other neighbors and beyond.

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  68. True true

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  69. ferah hbey hadmi.

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  70. dude am not generalizing, i'm only saying that to that komal agame simon and anyee. don't take to the wrong way. sorry any way.

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  71. Brother erilion, you are beginning to sound like them people from the south, if you got problem calling agame by their names then I got problem with you. If you think most agame don't wish evil towards eritrean, you are sadly mistaken.

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  72. well then i have a problem with you, for what you are stating does not go with Eritrean culture, its UnEritrean. tell me which Eritrean culture or religion teach us not only to hate but also seek revenge or do they teach us to be Merciful and have grace?which are the true characteristics of Eritrean cultural wisdom, as just because an ignorant, blind and hateful wish evil towards you does not mean you have to be evil rather you've to fight evil. as evil, is evil because its simply UnTrue thus my statement is not just obeying the rules of the fathers but also EPLF and PFDJ. so if you have a problem with my Eritrean statement, then i suggest you go back and understand your roots. simply, if you experience injustice do you then go around behaving and acting unjustly or do you fight injustice? (as you could see one is Eritrean culture the other is not)

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  73. Loool true coward, you ignored all I said and tried to change the subject, my statement was about you and nothing else -and yet you expect me to have a proper discussion as if you're a real man. you talk the talk but never walk the walk, what kind of a man are you? if you really have an Eritrean father he would be ashamed to have a manless child.

    although i started to write about the points, however i had to stop for 2 reason, the main one been i do not see why, as the song clearly states who the Kedai'At are: YOU
    in simplest truth those who want out of the Truth
    of their Nature and culture by being temporarily seduced by the temptations of the Great Beast (THE SELF) are clearly the Kede'At llooll.

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  74. http://bcove.me/keir33tz

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  75. Ethiopia: US Warns of Potential al-Shabaab Terrorist Attack on Addis Ababa
    By Jack Moore
    October 15, 2014 13:31 BST
    http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/ethiopia-us-warns-potential-al-shabaab-terrorist-attack-addis-ababa-1470150

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  76. ሕማም ኣንቅጺ ኣብ ሳዋን ዊዓን ኣትዩ ከም ዝነበረስ ክንደይ ካባኻትኩም ይፈልጡ ኮን ይኾኑ? ክንደይ ሰብ ሃሊቑከ ትፈልጡ'ዶ? ኣይመስለንን፡ ንስኹም ፐፕሲ ትሰትዩ ነርኩም.
    ኣይግበሮ አቦላ ኣብ ኤርትራ ኣቲኡስ ካብ ህግደፍ አንታይ ከይንሰምዕ፡ ርአሲ ህግደፍ አምኒ አንዳኣሉ…

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  77. 90% of what you said was crap and the 10% was about me "kedaee". My reply to you was appropriate and to the point. You yourself are coward for not replying my question. Who is kedaee?

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  78. I see you are one big hypocrite, you said to me" just because an ignorant, blind and hateful wish evil to you, does not mean you have to be evil" and yet you wished evil to your brother where is the cruze. So what does that make you . Ignorant, blind and hateful.
    You can't practice what you preach. That makes you the biggest hypocrite brother.

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  79. you know if you actually follow all i said on the subject then you'll get your answer and i do not see how i'm been a hypocrite? 2nd Z Cursed Rat is not my brother will never be as i'm not acting like some Rat making comments in hiding, like a true child of evil.
    wishing evil on a race or whole community is one thing, so i do not understand how wanting justice on an individual who has been unjust is the same, you do not have to agree with me and although you have not showing me how i'm been ignorant, blind or hateful. in fact you're the one who's been ignorant by classifying every Agame as one person, blind as your hatefulness has made you so weak that you have to go against your humanity and culture to find sense
    let me get 1 point clear though: i do not care about your view of me or anyone's view on me, i'm not playing some popularity contest - i've always try to state MY view and i'm prepared to be accountable unlike the Rat, i always try to abide with the Eritrean cultural teaching and values imbedded within me, that does not mean that i'm expecting your approval. if i want justice does not mean i want evil, and that applies to Z Curse or the Agames. stop seeing what you want to see, for that clearly means that you are the one who's being blind to the truth, driven by what seems like hate.
    as i said, 1000000 i do not want evil to happen to the Z Cursed Rat but i want him to answer for his crimes against me and the Eritrean people, which is why i even invited him to my own house, if you do not know what i'm talking about just look over the last 10 month comments i made about him and as i have nothing to hide you could access all my comment unlike the Rat's comments.

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  80. what's you reading age like? i've already answered the question in short you are the "kedaee" and if you want to know why the 1st room 1:01m seems to have your life story all written.

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  81. HAHAHAH,Brother i cant stop laughing Tagaru want to kill every one in the region but that virus is going to attack them first dont worry we will seek refugees in our Gulf Of Aden Islands ,Dumeira,Mullehle..etc

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  82. Jealousy at its best

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  83. "Kifat ena mikegninet drom bagere menfes honew awqachewalehu be Ertra gin Gizef nestew (Siga lebsew) ayehu" modified from Aleka Gebre Hanna's tale

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  84. jealousy eats self

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  85. "E-bole" does it mean electronic Bole?
    Ebola is originally name of a river in Congo.
    Shabo school ( Sawa) teaches only jealosy

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  86. 5 reasons why I deadly hate Shaebia (not Eritrea and its innocent people)
    1.Everyday Shabo invents news & stories about my country, people, city, airline, ethnic groups ONLY negatively
    2.We lost our Eritrean school friends, neighbors, job colleagues, customers etc ONLY due to Shabo's ideology.
    3. While Ethiopians accept lost of sea ports, for the sake of peace, Shabo continues nagging for a small God forsaken land totally worthless.
    4.Shabos insult people OFFICIALLY calling komal...., nation Ethiopia as Servant so a small group of individuals insulting 10s of millions of human beings.
    5. I am allergic to JEALOUSY i.e Shaebia al Geza Banda

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  87. This article is absolutely disgusting and as an Eritrean i'm am ashamed of you people. For anyone reading, please know Eritrean people do not endorse these article/comments and the writers are government sponsored hooligans that we seek to hold accountable

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  88. I stumbled upon this site with the expectation of views from a different angle. It turns out to be a simple hateful media in fact just a portal. This report is the funnies when one sees your intentions. Am sure your govt would definitely ask for 2% to reat an Ebola patient. What happned to Eritrean Airlines by the way? Without Yemen air am sure Eri would be a sky-locked country ;)

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  89. Am sure on EAL ariplane makes now your GDP per year!

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  90. EBOLA | Il Presidente dei Tour Operator italiani
    "Assurdo evitare il Kenya per la paura del virus"

    “Assurdo che ci siano cancellazioni di viaggi verso il Kenya per paura dell’Ebola”. A ribadire un concetto che Malindikenya.net ha espresso e portato avanti da subito, registrando i pareri di molti esperti, questa volta è il Presidente dell’Associazione Tour Operator Italiani (ASTOI) e di Confindustria Viaggi, Luca Battifora.
    "In questi casi, più che farsi prendere dal panico collettivo,invitiamo i turisti ad attenersi alle informazioni ufficiali che provengono da fonti autorevoli, quali ad esempio la Farnesina. Infatti - prosegue - nell'avviso particolare sul Kenya, diramato e aggiornato periodicamente dall'Unità di Crisi, non è fatta alcuna menzione circa la presenza di tale epidemia nel Paese. La Farnesina inoltre, sempre sul sito www.viaggiaresicuri.it, riporta uno specifico focus sul virus, in cui si elencano i vari Paesi coinvolti, tra i quali non è ricompresa alcuna meta turistica africana. E' importante che i media e i canali di informazione non alimentino erronee convinzioni nell'opinione pubblica, così come è altrettanto fondamentale che i viaggiatori, come fanno ormai abitualmente in caso di viaggi all'estero, acquisiscano autonomamente informazioni corrette".

    tratto da malindikenya.net

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  91. you will cry like hungry little kid but you can do nothing. The "ETHIOPIAN " will go up with the wings of Eagle while you are crying like your mamma.

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