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Government Bullying A Citizen: A Personal Testimony

In North America, Europe and, to some extent, Australia, the Eritrean ruling regime, PFDJ, does not wield as much power and its intimidation campaigns are not as effective as they used to be. This is because Eritreans in North America, Europe and Australia are not dependent on the PFDJ for …

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نداء لفك الارتباط مع اسياس افورقي والتعاطي مع الخيارات البديلة

هذه ترجمة للنص الكامل لكلمة الاستاذ صالح يونس في الجلسة التى نظمها  بعض نشطاء حقوق الانسان الارتريين والدوليين وتضمن الحضور عدد من الارتريين ، والاصدقاء ، مسئولي الملف الافريقي في الامم المتحدة ، البعثة الالمانية ، والمبعوثة الخاصة لحقوق الانسان في إرتريا السيدة شيلا كيثاروث ، وعقدت الجلسة في نيونيورك …

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Ethiopia: the Elephant in the Room

Suppose a patient walks into an emergency room with a big axe sticking out of his head. The medical staff is bewilderingly looking at this guy, perplexed at how on earth he is even alive.  They prepare to do something about this deadly axe and ask the victim how he …

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National Self Belief and Bologna 2013

Human rights lawyer vs. trained healer

Opposition at a Cross Road: The Less Traveled Path of National Self Belief and the Bologna Summit 2013 If you study the stories of some of the most successful entrepreneurs on this globe you will find that the attribute that sets them apart from the rest of us is usually …

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Miriam Was Here! She Is Here!

Yes, Miriam Was Here, is finally here. First, thanks to all of you: my readers, friends and relatives for your continual support and encouragement. Once again, I am delighted to announce the release of my latest book Miriam Was Here. Two weeks ago, I announced the news of the planned …

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Eritrea Does Not Allow for anyone to Unbound

Human rights lawyer vs. trained healer

My Sundays begin at dawn, not with reading newspapers, but with listening to one of my favorite National Public Radio (NPR) programs, This American Life. I enjoy listening because it brings stories that one wouldn’t hear anywhere in the mainstream media and one cannot find anything better than this program …

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SEMG Breaks Eritreans Omerta Culture

In 2009, after repeatedly warning the Eritrean regime to moderate its behavior, the UN designated Eritrea as threat to regional peace and, using the powers of Chapter VII of the UN Charter, imposed sanctions: total arms embargo on the state until such time that a panel of experts (Monitoring Group) …

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22 Questions

“You are the salt of the earth; but if the salt loses its flavor, how shall it be seasoned? It is then good for nothing but to be thrown out and trampled underfoot by men. You are the light of the world. A city that is set on a hill …

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What is in Our Name?

Human rights lawyer vs. trained healer

The Unionist movement, which was mostly restricted to a highlander/Christian movement, was the creation of Haileselassie. Abune Markos was instrumental in coercing ordained and lay priests to create mass bases for the Unionist movement; Tedla Bairu ushered in the Federal era while Asfeha Woldemikael, with Qeshi Dimetros, engineered Annexation. At …

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