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Expressen Sponsored Criminal found Guilty of Hooliganism

EXPRESSEN በጋሚንዶታት እናመወለት ሓድ-ሕድ ኤርትራውያን እተታርኽ ግናይ ጋዜጣ

ከም ቀደም ከይመስለክን፥ ውሕጅ ከይወስደክን
ከም ቀደም ከይመስለክን፥ ውሕጅ ከይወስደክን

By Raimoq.com,

ብጋዜጣ ኤክስፕረሰን ተላኢኾም ናዕቢ ዘለዓዓሉን ብምትሕብባር ዝተጠርጠሩን ሰለስተ ኤርትራውያን፡ ሓደ ካብኣቶም 100 ሰዓት ኣገልግሎት ጉልበት ስራሕን ሰላሳ ሽሕ (30:000) ክሮኖርን ክቕጻዕ እንከሎ፡ እቶም ክልተ ድማ ብጉድለት ጭቡጥ መርትዖ ናጻ ተለቒቖም።  Continue reading Expressen Sponsored Criminal found Guilty of Hooliganism

Violence, Racism and Xenophobia Against Peaceful Swedish-Eritrean Community

An Open Letter to the European Union, The European Parliament, UN Chief  Ban Ki-moon and Ms. Navi Pillay, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights

The indomitable spirit of Swedish-Eritreans will never be dampened by subtle and not so subtle acts
of discrimination, terrorism and Xenophobia

By OEA,

On 25th February 2013, the 10-year long and well-coordinated vilification and defamation campaign against Swedish-Eritrean citizens culminated in a late night firebombing of three Eritrean Community Centers in the heart of Stockholm. This heinous crime followed by the conspicuous media silence, and alarming inaction by the Swedish authorities is prompting us to visit your office and voice our concerns.  Continue reading Violence, Racism and Xenophobia Against Peaceful Swedish-Eritrean Community

Swedish Tabloid ‘Expressen’ Did it Again

The hostile Swedish media or government representatives, are all in total silence. Why?

By Sulieman Osman,

The outrageous coordinated fire bombs carried on three separate Eritrean community centres in Stockholm has entered its full week yesterday and so far no arrest or prime suspect has been named by the police.

What is more telling is the Swedish Media and especially the Expressen paper who does not miss a chance to inform its readers about any small incident that occurs in the Swedish-Eritrean community finds itself tongue-tied on the biggest issue that has occurred in the communities in Stockholm that affects the lives of thousands of Swedish Eritreans living in Stockholm.  Continue reading Swedish Tabloid ‘Expressen’ Did it Again