Meles Zenawi Jammed Al Jazeera TV. in Ethiopia

February 20, 2011

A message from Addis Ababa

Hi folks!

Please be informed that the renowned media, Al jazeera TV, is jammed of intercepted as of this afternoon (Feb. 20-2011) in Ethiopia. I don’t know if this bitter reality is happening all over the world. But my receiver has stopped enjoying this famous TV station starting today, around noon. Please relay this information if it is not yet known by concerned people of especially the Al jazeera. This station is the voice of all the oppressed people in the world.

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6 Responses to Meles Zenawi Jammed Al Jazeera TV. in Ethiopia

  1. Anbesaw Reply

    February 23, 2011 at 11:22 pm

    I hope one Ethiopia and Ethiopian live together as one forever and destroy all who are separating us in the name of “kilil” and selling our land to others who are not even have a blood of Ethiopian. I hope we can overthrow this dictator somewhere nobody can see him no more. I wish one day sooner we witness the fall of another dictator.

  2. Abraham Reply

    February 21, 2011 at 7:19 pm

    Meles, it is now too late. there is time to come and there is also time to go. Now is your time to go.

  3. Mastishxoxo Reply

    February 21, 2011 at 3:05 pm

    I guess each dictator is getting ready for back fire. Our leaders never understand that there could be nothing that destroys our commitment for freedom. Today’s Egypt is a living proof that POWER IS IN THE HANDS OF THE PEOPLE!

  4. letitgo Reply

    February 21, 2011 at 3:43 am

    why not???? “leba eko hule endedenegete new yeminorew” there are a lot of “Bandas” in Ethiopia where they don’t have their own stand but just running here and there. those are the worst citizens of the time now. This action you talking about is nothing compared to their stupid behavior. you will see how stupid they can be when something starts in the country. God bless Ethiopia .

  5. Biniam Reply

    February 20, 2011 at 9:07 pm

    What is there to be afraid of? I thought Meles had received an approval in the recent general election. If memory serve me, 99. 6% approval.

  6. Biniam Reply

    February 20, 2011 at 9:02 pm

    Here we go again, information black out. What is the problem, I thought Meles had received 99.6% approval of the Ethiopian people! what is there to be afraid off?!?!

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