Protest against genocide in Ogaden – London, Nov 12

After the Holocaust the world said ‘never again to genocide’ yet our will to prevent the murder and distruction of particular people was not sufficient to stop further genocide in this world to present day.

To day in Ogaden a bloody war fought by Woyanne government in Ethiopia against the Ogaden civilian, the merciless Woyane soldiers have subjected civilians to execution, torture, and rape that amount to war crimes, genocide and crime against Humanity.

These widespread and systematic atrocities amount to crimes against humanity. Yet Ethiopia’s major donors, Washington, London and Brussels, seem to be maintaining a conspiracy of silence around the crimes.

– Georgette Gagnon, Africa director at Human Rights Watch.

Let the British government know that the British people are not happy with the UK aid of military and financial support to the Woyane government. Join us.

Protest Against Genocide and Crime Against Humanity in Ogaden.
Wednesday November 12, 2008, 12 Noon
Parliament Square, Westminster, London, UK.

Contact: 44-7951 291 784

Moreover, In this matter Ogaden Community UK is sponsoring a conference that will focus a latest research carried out by Ogaden Human Rights Committee and rendition programs in Ogaden with the Canadian “free Bashiir campaign.”

Reports and outcomes of the Ogaden communities in Europe Demonstrations in Brussels and Geneva.

Saturday 1 November 2008, starting 1 pm
place: 32 Featherstone Road, Southall, Middlesex, UB2 5AB (London, UK)
Contact: 44-7951 291 784

Ogaden Community UK