Friday, June 22, 2012
One of the prophits of hate propaganda Abebe Belew building a vila in Ethiopia One of the prophets of hate propaganda and Ginbot 7 Radio host and Producer Abebe Belew is building a villa in Ethiopia but, how? Abebe Belew is one of the hate mongers in America. His hate towards the Tigrai people is limitless and he is preaching day and night against any type of development in Ethiopia. All those shameless opposition leaders while they are telling us not to go Ethiopia, to boycott the Ethiopian airlines, not to buy bonds for the Ethiopian Grand Renaissance Dam, and all the economic growth and development is a lie, they are secretly investing on the Ethiopian booming economy through their families and friends. This is the case on Abebe Belew based on SendiK an Amharic paper article, Abebe is building a house in (Woyane)Addis Ababa. Read More
Genetic DNA research to the Axumite Queen of Sheba The Queen of Sheba was a powerful queen in the rich kingdom of Axum, Tigrai in modern day northern Ethiopia Clues to the origins of the Queen of Sheba legend are written in the DNA of some Africans, according to scientists. Genetic research suggests Ethiopians mixed with Egyptian, Israeli or Syrian populations about 3,000 years ago. This is the time the queen, mentioned in great religious works, is said to have ruled the kingdom of Sheba. The research, published in The American Journal of Human Genetics, also sheds light on human migration out of Africa 60,000 years ago. This paper sheds light on the very interesting recent and ancient population history of a region that played an important role in both recent and ancient human migration events” Dr Sarah Tishcoff Department of Genetics and Biology at the University of Pennsylvania, Lead researcher Luca Pagani of the University of Cambridge and the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute added: "The genetic evidence is in support of the legend of the Queen of Sheba." More than 200 individuals from 10 Ethiopian and two neighbouring African populations were analysed in the largest genetic investigation of its kind on Ethiopian populations.