Ato Getachew Belete's Speech On Current Situations

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A federal High Court in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa handed down sentences to 20 Muslims leading to protests by their families at the premises of the court. Among the 20 are two journalists namely Kalid Mohammed Ahmed and Darsema Sori Banqash, both working with Radio Bilal. Four of those charged are also facing seperate charges in relation to a deadly fire outbreak in the Qilinto prison in September last year. Influential local media portal, the Addis Standard reports that convicted persons were found guilty of terrorism related charges and also inciting violence. displayAdvert("mpu_3") They were charged with contravening several articles of the country’s anti-terrorism proclamation and the Penal Code. Their trial has been running since December 2014. And 2 of the 20 setenced this morning to 5yrs & 6months are journos Kalid Mohammed Ahmed, 26, & Darsema Sori Banqash, 48, from #RadioBilal— Addis Standard (@addisstandard) January 3, 2017 Kedir Moahmmed & th19 Muslims accused with him have shouted “Let our voices be heard” when the court handed them down the lengthy sentences— Addis Standard (@addisstandard) January 3, 2017 According to the Addis Standard, Muslims in the Horn of Africa nation have since 2011 been protesting what they see as undue interference of the government in the religious affairs. A court also denied
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