Tigrai Genocide

Never Forget. Never Again.


Ethiopian military leaders who led the Tigray Genocide and who should face justice for committing the crime of all crimes – genocide – against minority ethnic Tigrayans in Ethiopia.


Berhanu Jula (General)

General Berhanu Jula

Abebaw Tadesse (General)

Gen. Abebaw Tadesse

Bacha Debele (Lieutenant General)

Lt. Gen. Bacha Debele

Alemshet Degfe Balcha (Major General)

Maj. Gen. Alemshet Degfe

Yilma Merdassa (Major General)

Major General Yilma Merdassa

Zewdu Belay (Major General)

Maj. Gen. Zewdu Belay

Hassen Ibrahim (Lieutenant General)

Lt. Gen. Hassen Ibrahim

Mohammed Tessema (Major General)

Maj. Gen. Mohammed Tessema

Brig. Gen. Tesfaye Ayalew

Brig. Gen. Tesfaye Ayalew

Adamneh Mengiste (Brigadier General)

Brig. Gen. Adamneh Mengiste

Shuma Abdeta (Lieutenant General)

Lt. Gen. Shuma Abdeta

Mesele Meseret Tegegn (Major General)

Maj. Gen. Mesele Meseret Tegegn

Berhanu Tilahun Berhe (Major General)

Maj. Gen. Berhanu Tilahun Berhe

Maj Gen Shambel Ferede Wube

Negeri Tolina Guder (Major General)

Maj. Gen. Negeri Tolina Guder

Tesfaye Regassa Amente (Major General)

Maj. Gen. Tesfaye Regassa Amente

Desta Temesgen Aragaw (Brigadier General)

Brig. Gen. Desta Temesgen Aragaw

Workneh Gudeta (Brigadier General)

Brig. Gen. Workneh Gudeta

Achalu Sheleme Merega (Lieutenant General)

Lt. Gen. Achalu Sheleme Merega

Tigabu Yilma (Lieutenant General)

Lt. Gen. Tigabu Yilma

Desta Abiche (Lieutenant General)

Lt. Gen. Desta Abiche

Massacres (Work-in-progress)

Togoga Massacre

Mekelle was a ghost town at the peak of the genocide

DBL Factory destroyed by Ethiopian forces

Human remains of the Mahbere Dego Massacre perpetrated by ENDF/ Ethiopian soldiers

Samre High School looted and destroyed by the Ethiopian army and Eritrean forces

Adwa Hospital in Central Tigray completely looted and destroyed by Eritrean forces

Pictures from Adwa, Wukro-Maray, Selekleka hospitals show the massive destruction caused by the invading Ethiopian and Eritrean forces on Tigray’s healthcare facilities. Eritrean forces looted the hospitals’ medical equipment, mattresses and bed sheets.

In Tigray’s Central Zone, court officials return to work, following the withdrawal of Eritrean forces, only to find public property in all 21 courts of the zone looted and destroyed by Ethiopian and Eritrean forces. Picture credit: Wedi Negash

“ሓድሓደ እዋን ካብ’ዙ ኹሉ መዓት ብህይወት ምፅናሕኻ’ውን ትሓዝነሉ ኩነታት የጋጥመካ። ቤት ፅሕፈት ማእኸላይ ቤት ፍርዲ ዞባ ማእኸል ካብ ሓይልታት ኢትዮጵያ ትማሊ ተረኪብናዮ። ኣብ ህይወተይ ኣዝየ ካብ ዝሓዘንኩሎም ሒደት ኣጋጣምታት። ሙሉእ ግዘና ህዝባዊ ግልጋሎት እንህበሉ ዝነበረ 32 ኣብያተ-ፍርዲ ዘማእኽል ዝነበረ ን10ታት ዓመታት ዝተለፍዐሉ ዓብዪ ትካልን ኣብ ትሕቲኡ ዝነበራ ካልኦት 21 ኣብያተ-ፍርድን ኩሉ ንብረተን ተጓሒሉ፣ ዓንዩን ተቓፂሉን ግልጋሎት ኣብ ዘይህባሉ ኩነት በፂሐን ረኺብናየን። ሐዚ ትግራይና ዘለዋ እንኮ ሃፍቲ ርእሲ ተጋሩ ጥራሕ ኮይኑ ኣሎ። I’m down hearted totally!!”

Saba Dimensional Stones PLC in Adwa, Tigray, completely looted and destroyed by Eritrean forces in the 2 rounds they invaded Tigray. Picture credit: Mezeker A. Zemo

Pictures showing the damage sustained by water supply infrastructure in Tigray

Abi Addi Teachers Training College has been totally decimated