Nevertheless, it is necessary. Rarely does a victim escape before the age of 30 and, even then, the victim needs tremendous support if possible to break free from the clutches of manipulation and blame. Further, the victim then needs a great deal of time and help for healing.
Deal with your security crisis, stop chasing scapegoats Abdur Rahman Alfa Shaban Eritrea Eritrea says Ethiopia must move to deal with its chronic internal security crisis instead of finding scapegoats from outside. This is the position of Information Minister Yemane Gebremeskel in a response to an email query by the Bloomberg magazine.
Ethiopian authorities were reported over the weekend to have said neighbouring Eritrea was partly to blame for its internal security headache.
The state-owned Ethiopia Broadcasting Corporation late last week quoted the federal police chief as saying Eritrea was trying to destabilize the country by sponsoring anti-peace forces.
Ethiopia is currently under a six-month state of emergency imposed on February 16, It followed the resignation of Prime Minisiter Hailemariam Desalegn, barely hours earlier.
The government said it was necessary in the wake of spreading violence across the country. The measure was controversially ratified by the parliament in early March in a vote fraught with claims of rigging. It is not the first time that Ethiopia has accused Eritrea of such acts, neither is it the first time Eritrea is rejecting such claims.
The two continue to trade blows over a border demarcation process which dates back to Eritrea achieved independence from Ethiopia in after decades of armed struggle.
Inthe two neighbouring countries fought a two-year long war over their disputed border which claimed the lives of at least 70, The two countries have had tense relations as a peace deal signed in to end the war has never been fully implemented.
Ethiopia-Eritrea borderline tensions puts regional stability at risk — EU Africanews https:Scapegoat definition, a person or group made to bear the blame for others or to suffer in their place.
A ‘scapegoat’ usually implies a person or group, but the mechanism of scapegoating can also apply to non-human entities, whether objects, animals, or demons. Conversely, human scapegoats are to varying degrees dehumanized and objectified; some, such as witches in medieval Europe, are quite literally demonized.
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A ‘scapegoat’ usually implies a person or group, but the mechanism of scapegoating can also apply to non-human entities, whether objects, animals, or demons. Conversely, human scapegoats are to varying degrees dehumanized and objectified; some, such as witches in medieval Europe, are quite literally demonized. Family Scapegoating: Part 2. MeganC ♦ March 21, ♦ 66 Comments. To read Part 1 of this series click here. It is very challenging for a victim of family scapegoating to escape their position. The Ancient Greeks practiced a scapegoating rite in which a cripple or beggar or criminal (the pharmakos) was cast out of the community, either in response to a natural disaster (such as a plague, famine or an invasion) or in response to a calendrical crisis (such as the end of the year).
—According to Talmudical interpretation, the term "Azazel" designated a rugged mountain or precipice in the wilderness from which the goat was thrown down, using for it as an alternative the word "Ẓoḳ" (Yoma vi. 4).An etymology is found to suit this interpretation.
Scapegoating is the practice of singling out a person or group for unmerited blame and consequent negative treatment. Scapegoating may be conducted by individuals against individuals (e.g.
"he did it, not me!"), individuals against groups (e.g., "I couldn't see anything because of all the tall people"), groups against individuals (e.g., "Jane was the reason our team didn't win"), and groups.