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THE U-TURN SPIRIT

. Some friends have suggested that we need a clear path and a focus on issues this time and proposed that I make a little introduction as a regular contributor. Also bowing the my good friend SY, here is what I thought any good friend would want to know: I was born to a mother…

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U-TURN

To start by getting this out of the way and for those who may care to know, my real name, if there is anything real about names, is Younis Hossein (for details, I would be glad to have an autobiography ready for you and we can always negotiate the price). I have in the few…

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Ghosts Of The Horn!

Many of those who will read this and who have read the few that I wrote before are justified in wondering why any Eritrean in his/her right mind would be skipping all the catastrophes that Eritreans are facing and be fixated with unsexy, irrelevant and off-date issues. There are a lot of Eritreans who are…

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Just Tickling!

This article is exclusively intended to acknowledge and congratulate developments that took place while I had no idea they did. Please read each in its totality and do not dwell on the details. What I feel right now is no different than what the Seven Sleepers felt the day they woke up. Please help! The…

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What Opposition!?

In the last couple of weeks, I wrote three full blown articles and every time I finished one, I keep asking myself “So what?” I save a copy of the article and delete the original (original? on Microsoft!? Just to make me feel that some of the old “shredder” ways are still around). Part of…

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Quicksand!

Bear with me please! I think we are in quicksand and we need to cross a few steps before starting the journey. By “we” I mean people (Eritreans) who have already crossed over from the stage of “what should I be doing?” into the stage of “how should I do it best for maximum impact?”…

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The Trade Of Defiance!

Thanks a lot to every good friend who took the time to throw in a few but very valuable words in the comments section of my previous article. All of the comments, I must admit, are on spot and none have said anything that I do not fully agree with and accept to follow word…

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Setting The Stage

I don’t really know where to start. So much has happened in the last two years that I would be lying if I told you I have been following Eritrean politics the way I used to. Several friends have suggested different entry points including private disclosures. I do understand the pressures that my allegedly dubious…

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Comments On The Go To Bro Semere Tesfai

I will keep it short here and will do so the lazy way. In an interview with a VoA journalist on September 27, 2011, President Isaias Afwerki responded to why he would keep doing this to helpless Eritreans at a time when human rights organizations are appealing for the release of those who are already…

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Liberating Civil Society

I should probably start by saying a few words about how amazing the developments in the opposition camp in general and the civil society component in particular have become. I haven’t been following much of the written material with the exception of my favorite writers on Awate and Asmarino. This, added to what we have…

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Isaias and His Tactics for a Quarter of…

01 Mar 2017 Tsehaye Eyassu Comments (159)

A quarter of a century after independence on May 24, 1991, Eritrea still has some growing agonies to overcome. The…

A Group of Eritreans To Issue a Memorandum…

26 Feb 2017 Gedab News Comments (7)

A group of Eritreans representing a wide array of civil and political affiliations has agreed on key issues regarding the…

A New Book: Abyssinian Orthodox Tewahdo Church History…

23 Feb 2017 awatestaff Comments (380)

A New Book by Semere Tesfamicael Habtemariam Reflections on the History of the Abyssinian Orthodox Tewahdo Church Paperback: 312 pages Publisher: The Red Sea Press,…

The Village Of Wehni-Ber (Chapter 2)

21 Feb 2017 Saleh "Gadi" Johar Comments (150)

The following is chapter 2 of the historical novel, "Of Kings And Bandits" ________________________________________________________________ Mokria, a young Ethiopian boy, glanced at the…

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