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Protest rallies organized world wide against attacks on Ethiopians in Saudi Arabia

Stop Violence against Ethiopians in Saudi ArabiaEthiopians World Wide are organizing protest rallies at Saudi Arabia embassies and consulates in North America and Europe.

The purpose of these demonstrations is to demand the Saudi government to stop the violence, brutalization and killings of Ethiopian immigrants and have the Saudi regime held accountable for the crimes it committed.

Oppositions parties and many civil organizations have released press statements condemning the Saudi Government and urging the regime in Ethiopia to heed its responsibility and take immediate actions.

BBC reported that about 23,000 Ethiopians have surrendered to Saudi authorities since a clampdown on migrant workers.

Join the rallies in your respective countries, share on Facebook and forward to other Ethiopians!

Bern, Switzerland

Date and time : Wednesday 20th of November 20  from 10:00 to 15:00
Place : KRAMBURGSTRASSE 12 (Saudi Arabia Embassy) 3006 BERN 

Washington DC
Date and time: Thursday, Nov. 14 starting at 9 AM
Address: 600 New Hampshire Avenue NW, Washington DC

Houston TX
Date and time :: Friday, Nov. 15, starting at 1 PM
Address: Saudi Arabia Mission, 5718 Westheimer Rd, Houston TX 77057

Date and time: Monday, Nov. 18, starting at 2 PM
Address: Saudi Embassy, 30-32 Charles Street, London W1J5DZ

Date and time: Thursday, Nov. 14 starting at 2 PM
Address: Drammensveien 102H, 0244 Oslo

Los Angeles
Date and time: Thursday, Nov. 14 starting at 2 PM
Address: Saudi Arabia Mission, 2045 Sawtelle Blvd., Los Angeles CA

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