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A Testimony On Milkias

Milkias is special when it comes to exposing the tyrannical regime’s brutal nature and cruel treatment of its own people. He is not saying it only now, when everybody has taken it as a fashion to write and talk about it, but long time ago, right in the middle of …

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One Day In Ramadan

Yusuf Mohammed Ali (Yusufzai) was clearly bothered; something must have went wrong. I tried to reach him by phone throughout the day to no avail. His office was not that far from mine, we usually talked on the phone or met to have coffee almost every day. I talked to …

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The Past & Future: The different Views

Can Eritreans live together & share a common future? The immediate response to that question will be: of course they can, yes they should! You will always find that answer in public, but not behind closed doors! You can read that in the political programs of the government & the …

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The Diaspora Ethiopians: A Matter Of Perspective

Mengistu H. Mariam as we all vividly remember was one of the most brutal dictators in Africa during one of the most turbulent periods in Ethiopian History. This non-descript small man committed atrocities on his people under which the ‘French Reign of Terror’ will pale by comparison. So I was …

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Beneath The “Emamet”

Not realizing beneath “Emamet” (traditional Eritrean Muslim’s turban), Ymma Zeineb was over excited to see Eritreans with “Emamet” in a meeting with the Ethiopian dictator, Mengistu Hailemariam, in Ethiopian TV. And, confided to her close friend “Adey Selas”, and said “N’mejemerya gz’ye nay add’na Emmamet ztekhednu ertrawyan r’eena” (this is …

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Beneath The “Emamet”

Not realizing beneath “Emamet” (traditional Eritrean Muslim’s turban), Ymma Zeineb was over excited to see Eritreans with “Emamet” in a meeting with the Ethiopian dictator, Mengistu Hailemariam, in Ethiopian TV. And, confided to her close friend “Adey Selas”, and said “N’mejemerya gz’ye nay add’na Emmamet ztekhednu ertrawyan r’eena” (this is …

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YPFDJ: Radicalization Of Eritrean Diaspora Youth (P- I)

An article titled “Exposing YPFDJ in Europe: Part IV” appeared at awate.com. It reveals an untamed and gratuitous physical attack committed by Senai Solomon Lemma, the head of YPFDJ Denmark, against an Eritrean man at a social gathering. Instead of averting the attack, PFDJ members were encouraging and cheering Senai …

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YPFDJ: Radicalization Of Eritrean Diaspora Youth (P- I)

An article titled “Exposing YPFDJ in Europe: Part IV” appeared at awate.com. It reveals an untamed and gratuitous physical attack committed by Senai Solomon Lemma, the head of YPFDJ Denmark, against an Eritrean man at a social gathering. Instead of averting the attack, PFDJ members were encouraging and cheering Senai …

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Why Is The Eritrean Regime Still Surviving?

The PFDJ regime is the most repressive regime in the world. It is known as a troublemaker nationally and internationally.  The regime has become a source of instability for the countries of the Horn of Africa and is listed at the top of human rights violating governments of  the world. …

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Why Is The Eritrean Regime Still Surviving?

The PFDJ regime is the most repressive regime in the world. It is known as a troublemaker nationally and internationally. The regime has become a source of instability for the countries of the Horn of Africa and is listed at the top of human rights violating governments of the world. …

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Ethiopian Village Of Agarfa & The American Ambassador

It is not a coincidence to come across similarity of attitudes in all totalitarian regimes in the world. In their good days they assert that they are undivided part of their region rather part of the whole world. Though informally, many times they consider themselves as regional powers, and they …

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Exposing the YPFDJ in Europe: Part IV

By Eritrean Unity Movement Part I exposed the branches of the YPFDJ across Europe. Senai Solomon Lemma, Chairperson of YPFDJ in Denmark that we mentioned in Part I received 40 days of suspended prison sentence for his uncontrolled act of violent assault on an Eritrean at a party. Elderly members …

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An Appeal To The PFDJ Conscience

‘Evil prospers where good people do nothing’. This saying is heard in various circumstances and contexts, and it is worth taking a careful note of it in the context of Eritrea. On the occasion of the anniversary of Eritrean independence we have seen a stark and clear illustration of the …

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The Road To NCDC: Challenges And Opportunities

These are the main highlights of the presentation I gave in a seminar in Birmingham on 09.07. 2011. The seminar was organized by Eritrean Cultural Forum in Birmingham: Stock assessment: Our basic background: What? -Will always be part of us How we dealt/ deal with it?           -Our experience How does …

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The Past & The Future: Important But Not Urgent Questions

The human brain is designed in such a way that is responds to external messages according to their importance and urgency. The ability to understand and analyze those messages depends on how every individual’s  mental capacity is prepared. Education, culture & I.Q Once the brain gets the message, it applies …

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Below Passing Mark

A close friend of mine has prompted me to write this article. He was a PFDJ passionate member. I think he still is; though he started to disagree on some points with his party members. I believe he is not an active member anymore like he uses to be. We …

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Regionalism, Identity And Political Organizations In Eritrea

This is a speech that was presented at The Universities at Shady Grove in Rockville Maryland on June 25, 2011. Panelists presented their speech on an array of topics pertinent to Eritrea’s Path towards Democracy. The main issues that were presented by the panelists were: Diversity Management in Nation Building, …

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