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Mirjam van Reisen and Martin Plaut: Incubators of Terror

Mirjam Van Reisen and Martin Plaut, the two unsavoury surrogates of violence, have for long been working to see a rampant criminality and violence within Eritrean Diaspora communities. With a veil of journalism and human rights activism, they have been encouraging violence; as such, they are essentially incubators of terror. That is precisely why Eritreans across the board are calling for proactive measures within the bounds of law.

BY HAILEAB LUUL TESFAI

When a highly-motivated group of young Eritreans, organized by YPFDJ were gathering for an annual conference from across Europe with a youthful fervour and a sense of duty to themselves, their respective communities and the motherland, they came across an unpleasant surprise stashed in an Easter basket, not of the M & M chocolate bunny, but of an organized intimidation, packaged with “human rights” glossy wrap, by non-other than Mirjam Van Reisen and Martin Plaut. Continue reading Mirjam van Reisen and Martin Plaut: Incubators of Terror

Will the EU Parliamentary Plenary Debate Be a Battle for the Mediocrity of Mirjam Van Reisen?

Mirjam Van Reisen cannot live by bread alone; she must have Eritrea as her butter.

By Yosief Abraham Z.,

As continuation of her pre-attacking methodologies, Mirjam Van Reisen has posted in her Facebook an invitation (see picture above) for people to stream their comments unequivocally. She authenticates:

It will be very important to send your messages and concerns to us and we make sure the European Parliamentarians will see them. Please let us know what you think should be raised.

In fact, in addition to the bitter defeat against her fabricated perceptions for alleging Meseret Bahlibi [as an Eritrean government spy] in the beginning of this month, her tones in this post “send your messages and concerns to us” also raises other suspicions. Continue reading Will the EU Parliamentary Plenary Debate Be a Battle for the Mediocrity of Mirjam Van Reisen?

Reflection on Meseret Bahlbi vs Mirjam van Reisen: A New Platform

Amsterdam court decides Prof. Mirjam van Reisen not guilty of libel and slander for comments she made based on ‘reaserch’. However, all Prof. Reisen‘s research on Eritrea suffers from hindsight mainly because the ethos behind her intellectual judgment drives her to look information that matches her imagination of the Eritrea she wish.

By Temesgen Tesfamariam,

It was last week that I saw the epic court case of Meseret Bahlbi vs Prof. Mirjam van Reisen. It was historic event for it is elevating the global struggle of Eritrean diaspora into a stage never before was imaginable. Its transformational virtue outweighs the immediate value of the verdict.

In light of this, I decided to put effort writing this article because, I, personally believe it requires a special attention not just to mention it as a new event in a long-standing history of diaspora struggle against defamation but for what it means in changing the course of the struggle.

Continue reading Reflection on Meseret Bahlbi vs Mirjam van Reisen: A New Platform

Truth Prevailed – Mirjam Van Reisen and Her Cronies Know it

Don’t count your chickens before they hatch. From now on, we are going to watch for people like Mirjam Van Reisen the legal way as we are not going to take it anymore!

By Diaspora YPFDJ Members,

Professor Mirjam van Reisen systematically through her huge network of European Union members and sellout Eritreans has proven over and over that she hates the Eritrean government and people with passion. It is very obvious for any one to see that her motive and agenda is simply to showcase an example of a failed state that can only be cured by the western NGO community, like hers, created with funds from many European nations.

As a so-called Human rights expert one document describes her a Professor of International Social Responsibility at Tilburg University specializing in human beings, notably from Eritrea. Who died and made her god? One that can’t even identify who is Eritrean and who is not. Continue reading Truth Prevailed – Mirjam Van Reisen and Her Cronies Know it

Court Rules in Favour of Mirjam van Reisen

Amsterdam court decides Mirjam van Reise not guilty of libel and slander for comments she made based on research. It says “evidence based criticism” in the Netherlands are legitimate although still the court fails to prove specifically if Meseret Bahlbi was or has ever been a “spy” of the Eritrean government in the Netherlands.

By Reinhardt Jacobsen | IDN-InDepthNews Report,

A Court in Amsterdam struck down Meseret Bahlbi lawsuit against Mirjam van Reisen, Dutch professor and human rights advocate. The judge found that she was not guilty of libel and slander and that the youth party of the Eritrean government can be seen as a means of collecting intelligence abroad.

The decision comes as a huge relief not only for the Dutch professor, but also for the Eritrean diaspora [opposition] across Europe.  Continue reading Court Rules in Favour of Mirjam van Reisen

Story Robber Habtom Yohannes and His Biased Court Case Reports

Exposing story robber Habtom Yohannes for his biased reporting on a court hearing following a civil lawsuit between Meseret Bahlbi and Prof. Mirjam van Reisen

By Saron Ghebre,

Habtom Yohannes, a well-known activist against Eritrean government who lives in Netherlands, was given a permission to attend the courtroom as a news reporter on the case of Meseret Bahlbi vs Mirjam Van Reisen. However, his cover as a reporter has failed miserably, and not for the first time.

Habtom Yohannes, whose biased political actions and impartial approach to report in a law case has typically misrepresented and omitted important part of the court proceedings, thereby giving a complete different representation of what happened in court. Continue reading Story Robber Habtom Yohannes and His Biased Court Case Reports