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On the Cynics and on the Frustrated

On the Cynics You certainly have observed that now the time has come when the dead old demons are resurrected and its agents, seeing adventurous, optimistic Eritrea, at this time, standing amid its ruins, bewildered and confused, and although she knows perfectly well who the culprits were, she keeps bemusedly asking herself “whose fault is…

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Some Eritrean Wonders Of 2012

The year 2012 was not in short supply of Eritrean wonders, I chose a couple of these wonders and tried to put them under the microscope trying to dissect them and see what they really are. The subjects discussed are not new subjects, they have been thoroughly discussed and researched, but what this article brings…

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A Third Side Of A Coin

Separatist! The Eritrean National struggle was never a separatist struggle as some Eritrean quarters are now philosophizing and before them many Ethiopians who preferred to give up to bitterness and bury their heads in the sand. From the beginning to the end the separatist and the secessionist was Ethiopia, not Eritrea! It was official Ethiopia…

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Of Kings And Bandits: A Literary Review

I see men making a language of music and music out of language; men dreaming of finer lives, and living them. Here is a process of creation more vivid than in any myth, godliness more real than in any creed – Will Durant, A Shameless Worship Of Heroes Life is one, continuous and whole. No…

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A Chieftain In The Pasha’s Camp

  I .  There is no position more embarrassing than that of the historian in relation to his subject of expertise: history. One of the distinguishing features of science from other human endeavors is its ability to predict and anticipate to an ever improving degree of precision, the possibilities, results and outcome of applying of…

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A Sudanese Journalist of Fortune

In my afternoon visits to the Eritrean websites on December 25, 2009, I was surprised to come across a report on Adulis.com about an article written by a Sudanese journalist, Mr. Kamal Hassen Bakheet of the government affiliated Al-Rae Al-Am Arabic Newspaper on the sanctions the Security Council imposed on the Eritrean dictatorial regime. I…

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“Mistir Leyti”: Secret of The Night

10 Feb 2016 Tzigereda Haile Comments (517)

During the struggle (Ghedli), the Tigrinya phrase for "password" was “misTir Leyti”: secret of the night. Usually, it was the…

Eritrea's King Isaias Afwerki Judges The World

04 Feb 2016 Salyounis Comments (283)

Recall that in Part 1 of the interview with Eritrean state media (EriTV), President Isaias Afwerki addressed domestic issues and…

Hussein Khelifa and Abdelah Hamdoi Arrested In Sudan

02 Feb 2016 Gedab News Comments (5)

Last Saturday Sudanese security officers in Kassala arrested Hussein Khelifa who is the president of the Eritrean Liberation Front (ELF)…

Critiques And The Politics of Truth: "EASE" Demonstrated…

31 Jan 2016 Amanuel Hidrat Comments (271)

“No theory can develop without encountering a wall, and practice is necessary for piercing this wall” Introduction  On December 26…

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