Phishing attack attempts to steal Google passwords via Red Cross website
So, what do you imagine happens if you click on that link?
Well, you will end up on a website looking like this:
At first glance, you might imagine you are logging into Google Docs to see the content from the email's sender - but a closer examination of the URL bar reveals that this isn't Google at all that you're visiting, but instead a phishing page hidden away on the Ethiopian Red Cross Society's website.
Of course, you shouldn't enter your credentials on the page - as they are likely to end up in the hands of cybercriminals. And with so many people running their lives via Google's online tools (email, calendars, and so forth) you can understand why it's becoming increasingly attractive for online criminals to steal usernames and passwords from unsuspecting users.
Sophos has attempted to inform the Ethiopian Red Cross Society about the security breach on their website, and hopefully they will resolve the issue soon.
If you run a website make sure you are doing everything to keep it as secure as possible - for both your company's sake, and that of your users. If you haven't already done so, read this informative paper by SophosLabs, "Securing websites", which covers some of the issues.