The involvement of Ethiopian Orthodox Church on Tigray religious and cultural genocide.past and present.

Mekelle: 29 December 2023 (Tigray Herald)

By Yerga Yaecobe

The involvement of Ethiopian Orthodox Church on Tigray religious and cultural genocide.past and present.

Creating Powerful Tigray religious and cultural genocide Documentary’s is very important. The comprehensive detail  making a true story powerful documentary  to connect past and present  religious and cultural genocide and the historical context  Tgiray religious and cultural genocide  beginning 14th century’s and
the continuing until present today.the role of the Ethiopian Orthodox church on the historical contexts.
To learn from history and  to prevent repeated genocidal war in the  future.

Creating a powerful documentary that connects past and present historical events about the Tigray religious and cultural genocide is a complex and sensitive endeavor. but  it has to be done and it’s crucial for sustainable peace and development in Tigray  Here’s a comprehensive guide on how to approach this:  powerful documentary that connects the past and present  and the role of the Ethiopian Orthodox church on the Tigray genocide  requires careful planning, research, and storytelling.

Here’s a step-by-step guide

Research and Understanding:

Start by thoroughly researching the history of the Tigray religious and cultural genocide. Understand the root causes, key events, and the impact it has had on the Tigray people over the centuries.
Narrative Structure:the the Tigray genocide today  has a long and historical route  since back 14th century.
The  Ethiopian Orthodox Church leaders in collaboration with the evil Emperor Zara Ya’iqob declared religious genocide on ደቂቀ እስጢፋኖስ. 
the true orthodox christian believers 
Dekike Estifanos ደቂቀ እስጢፋኖስ are Orthodox  Christian martyr’s of Aksum Orthodox.

the inhuman atrocity and killing on 
Dekike Estifanos  was.indeed  shade the true colours of Ethiopian Orthodox Church in regarding Tigryans religious intellectuals.the massacre, atrocities of Tigray genocide is  the continuity of 14th  /15th century’s. false narrative’s
against the featured original Aksumite Orthodox Christianity.መበረ ሰላማ ከሣቴ ብርሃን ዘኣኹሱም.

Decide on the narrative structure of the documentary. Will it be linear, starting from the 14th century and progressing to the present, or will it use a thematic approach, exploring various aspects of the genocide throughout history?
Primary Sources:

Collect primary sources such as historical documents, photographs, survivor testimonies, and interviews with experts. These will provide authenticity to your documentary.
Experts and Witnesses:

Interview historians, scholars, and survivors who can provide insights into the historical context and personal experiences related to the genocide.
Archival Footage and Images:

Incorporate archival footage and images that showcase the evolution of the Tigray genocide. These visuals will help viewers connect with the past.
Mapping Historical Events:

Use maps to illustrate how the genocide unfolded geographically over time. This can help viewers grasp the extent of the tragedy.
Comparative Analysis:

Gathering and collecting all. evidence’s

Compare the historical events with contemporary issues in Tigray, demonstrating the continued relevance of the past in shaping the present.
Personal Stories:

Share personal stories of Tigray individuals and families affected by the genocide. Highlight their resilience and efforts to preserve their culture.
Political Context:

Provide an overview of the political.history and religious, cultural   context that has perpetuated the genocide and its impact on the Tigray region today.
Global Perspective:

Show how the Tigray genocide fits into the broader context of global genocides and the international community’s response.
Visual and Audio Elements:

Pay attention to cinematography, music, and sound design. These elements can evoke emotions and add depth to your documentary.
Narration and Script:

Craft a compelling script for narration or interviews. Ensure that the storytelling is engaging and informative.
Ethical Considerations:

Be mindful of ethical considerations when handling sensitive subject matter. Respect the privacy and dignity of survivors and their families.
Call to Action:

lesson to learn from the Holocaust documentary’s.
Conclude the documentary with a call to action, encouraging viewers to learn from history and actively work toward preventing future genocidal conflicts.
Distribution and Outreach:

Plan how you’ll distribute your documentary to reach a wide audience. Consider film festivals, streaming platforms, and educational institutions.
Impact Assessment:

After releasing the documentary, assess its impact. Did it raise awareness? Did it contribute to positive change or advocacy efforts?
Continued Engagement:

Stay engaged with the Tigray community and relevant organizations to support ongoing efforts to address the genocide and its consequences.

included powerful images of the atrocities. with international standards
Be prepared to update your documentary if new developments or information emerge.
Creating a documentary of this nature is a substantial undertaking, and it’s crucial to approach it with sensitivity and a commitment to historical accuracy. It should serve as a tool for education, remembrance, and a call to action to prevent such atrocities in the future.
will never happen again on the people of Tigray. ትግራውያን ተጋሩ  ካብ ሕሉፋት ሕድሕድ ዝወደቅናሎም ጌጋታት ብግቡእ ተሚሒርና ናብቲ ኣኹሱማዊ ትንሣኤና ክንምለስ ይግባእ.
,failure is a better teacher than success.
However, research shows that wgood for us after all. In fact, failure is a better teacher than success. Madsenhen it comes to learning, failure may just be good for us after all. In fact, failure is a better teacher than success. Madsen and Desai (2010) discovered that the knowledge gained from our failures lasts longer than those from our successes.18 May 2017

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