ኣብ ዝሓለፈ ቅንያት ኣብ ማንዛዊ (virtual) መራኸቢታት ዝተኣከቡ ሰብ ባጅላ “ማኒፈስቶ 2020 ምሁራንን ክኢላታትን ኤርትራውያን ዲያስፖራ” ዝሰመይዎ፡ ቅድመ-ጥብቆ ዱክትርና (ፒኤችዲ) ኣቐሚጡ ዝርዝር ኣስማት 95 ሰባት ዘካተተ ጽሑፍ ዘርጊሖም ቀንዮም። Continue reading ጉዳም “ማኒፈስቶ 2020 ምሁራንን ክኢላታትን ኤርትራውያን ዲያስፖራ”
BY MARTIN PLAUT
General Mesfin Amare, the head of Ethiopia’s Liaison Office for Eritrean Affairs, has informed Eritrean opposition parties based in Ethiopia that they must immediately end all political activities against the Eritrean government on its soil. Continue reading Ethiopia Orders “Eritrean Opposition” Parties Cease Anti-Eritrea Activities
The anti-Eritrean camp that operated as “Eritrean Opposition” is, in fact, anti-Eritrea because they stand against everything that Eritrea stands for.
Between 1998-2000, over 80,000 Eritreans were forcibly evicted from their homes and deported from Ethiopia by Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) [aka Woyane] in the most horrible ways. Children, elderly, and the very sick were forced to travel hundreds of kilometers via treacherous routs to be thrown away on the hottest parts of the world only because the minority regime from Tigray decided to teach Eritreans. Continue reading You Are TPLF Woyane, Not ‘Eritrean Opposition’
What does the future hold for the so-called ‘Eritrean opposition’ in the face of the current political reality and crisis in Ethiopia?
BY MAHMUD SALEH
Ethiopia’s political situation is deteriorating by the day. All indications reveal that EPRDF, the ruling party in Ethiopia is in crisis. Intra-party crisis (in fights) and external pressure (mass uprising) have shaken the grip of the EPRDF/TPLF, an organization that once seemed invincible. Grievances of marginalized communities have been seething for years, albeit disconnected and less organized. Continue reading ‘Eritrean Opposition’ and Ethiopia’s Fast Changing Politics
BY SIMON WELDMICHAEL
Assuming that the people of Eritrea are unable to think and analyze things on its own, some conspirators have been engaging in incessant dissemination of venomous and distorted information about Eritrea. Accordingly, exposing the hidden characters of the opportunists and the messengers of destruction who are doing their business in the name of Eritreans has a significance of its own.
It is not necessary to tell the truth to people who are not worthy of it. The aim of this article is, however, to help clear things up for those who love the truth. For most of our history, silence has been our preferred response. But sometimes silence seems to be mistaken for compliance and on occasion times demand for the speaking of the whole truth. Continue reading Beware of False Prophets፡ The Trade in the Name of Eritreans
By Helen Berhe,
Amanuel Eyasu of Assena.com, embarrassed himself and his death wish followers for the fourth time after reporting a rumor that has never been a rumor to anyone but to himself. By now, everybody knows Amanuel Eyasu is very much obsessed with President Isaias’ health and rings the alarm bell whenever he missed him on the state television or on shabait.com for more than a week. Continue reading The Tale of a Death Wish ‘Journalist’