More than 10,000 Eritreans and their friends from across Europe inundated Geneva on Tuesday, June 21, 2016, to protest against the politically driven agenda of the UN Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights and to condemn the COI-Eritrea for its preposterous conclusion that “crimes against humanity have been committed in Eritrea since 1991.” Continue reading Over 200,000 Petitioners Slam Sickening COI-Eritrea Report
By Daniel Berhane,
Thousands of Eritreans from across Europe flocked to Geneva to protest against the recent manoeuvre by the Commission of Inquiry (COI) on Human Rights in Eritrea, which is making a false politically motivated accusations and request the referral of Eritrea to the International Criminal Court (ICC).
Since early morning the scenery of the quiet city, Geneva, was getting jam-packed with many Eritreans colourfully decorated with Eritrean flags, who arrived in many busses, cars, and planes from all parts of European countries including Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom and some from other parts of the world. Continue reading Thousands of Diaspora Eritreans Rally Against COI Report in Geneva
By Yasmin Nasrudin,
SINCE the release of the “Report of the Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in Eritrea” in early June, the coverage on the acute stream of Eritrean refugees is closely entangled in critiquing the Eritrean government. Thus, resulting in a partial representation of truth. This piece should be read as an analysis on how the media is presenting the subsequent events following the release of the UN report. Continue reading A Biased News Coverage on Eritrea and Its Government is Dangerous
By Thomas C Mountain,
I SPENT Monday, June 22 in Geneva, Switzerland protesting alongside over 5,000 fellow Eritreans in front of the UN “Commission of Inquiry” offices.
We were there because a UN “Commission of Inquiry” had just issued as nasty a lot of lies about Eritrea as one could imagine. But then none of the three Commission members had ever been to Eritrea and two had even called for “regime change” in the country. That’s right, two out of the three commissioners chosen by the leadership of the UN to “investigate” the human rights situation in the country had already called, though indirectly, for the overthrow of the Eritrean government. Continue reading The UN vs. Eritrea