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The Eritrean Diaspora and ‘Travelling Without Seeing’

How many of you from the Eritrean Diaspora are guilty of of 'travelling without seeing'? Tourism Eritrea
How many of you from the Eritrean Diaspora are guilty of of ‘travelling without seeing’?

BY BERKTY ALEM

Every year the Eritrean diaspora from all parts of the world return to Eritrea. The vast majority stay for less than a few months. Some are lucky to visit and stay in Eritrea for a longer time.The Eritrean diaspora is labeled by some as Beles . Continue reading The Eritrean Diaspora and ‘Travelling Without Seeing’

The National Council of Eritrean Americans 2019 Conference

BY SHABAIT

The National Council of Eritrean Americans’ annual conference was enthusiastically opened on Wednesday, 7 August. The conference was continuing till today in the Bay Area, California under the themes “Consolidating our Future” and “Resilience for Higher Progress”. Continue reading The National Council of Eritrean Americans 2019 Conference

Eritrean Citizens vs. Bloody Mercenaries

Eritreans defended the legacy, history, reputation and image of Eritrea. No matter how much the anti-Eritrea establishment invested on some mercenaries dubbed as “activists”, regardless of the power and influence it wields, the people of Eritrea fought back and beat them.

BY AMANUEL BIEDEMARIAM

Occasionally, we come across very important revelations that serve as evidence to conspiracies that Eritreans long claimed existed against them. These conspiracies are multifaceted, funded by organizations with deep-pockets and intent on ensuring the success of their agendas no matter what. The obvious questions are: why, whom, when, where and how? Continue reading Eritrean Citizens vs. Bloody Mercenaries

Eritrean Diaspora: Home is Where the Heart Lies

A devoted Eritrean patriot, Professor Ghideon Abay

BY BILLION TEMESGHEN | ERITREA PROFILE

It is rare for any community in the diaspora to be spiritually linked to the homeland as much as the Eritrean diaspora. We try to understand why and how while talking to Professor Ghideon Abay.

Professor Ghideon is a highly regarded professor in the United States. Born and raised in Eritrea, the professor left in the late 1970s. A devoted Eritrean patriot, Professor Ghideon Abay is our guest for this edition. We analyze the strong bond Eritrean Diaspora keeps to its homeland: its meaning and importance. Continue reading Eritrean Diaspora: Home is Where the Heart Lies

Silencing Eritrea …

As in the past, any attempt to silence Eritrea will fail, and Eritrea’s voice will resonate even louder, as no one can muzzle the voice of truth and justice forever.

BY SOPHIA TESFAMARIAM | SHABAIT

The late Samuel Mahaffy once wrote that “the effort to invisibilise countries like Eritrea grows from an international strategy to main power and control over others. It perpetuates hegemonic discourse, which is of course is not really discourse at all”.

He lived long enough to see the misrepresentation of Eritrea. Historian Michel Rolph Trouillot in his book “Silencing the Past” writes about how narratives are created and how entire histories of peoples can be distorted. He said “the production of historical narratives involves the uneven contribution of competing groups and individuals who have unequal access to the means for such production”. Continue reading Silencing Eritrea …

This is How Former South African Ambassador, Prof Iqbal Jhazbhay, Explained Eritrea

BY EMBASSY MEDIA

Former South Africa Ambassador to Eritrea, Prof. Iqbal Jhazbhay, explores the steadfastness of the people and Government of Eritrea; the role of the Eritrean Diaspora; the rich natural resources; Geo-strategic importance; the constructive role on Red Sea & Horn of Africa Region; negative media campaign and animosity from big powers, existing and potential partnership between Eritrea and South Africa. Continue reading This is How Former South African Ambassador, Prof Iqbal Jhazbhay, Explained Eritrea