A Tale of Two Bulls!
[Reading time: 5 minutes.] Memory is a bewildering human faculty. Just look at a dream you have of a long-forgotten
Yosief’s Messages From the Underground
It is only a narrow-minded or embittered man who can harbor evil thoughts about ordinary people because they are not
Eritrea: It is left to us!
Seasonal river In words worth describing the on/off modes of our Eritrean opposition activities in its quest for justice, the
Circle of Love
Introduction :The lockdown of cities and countries to slow down the Corona pandemic, have turned lives upside down and discontinued
In Defense of Tamrat Negera
If I were to empty and free myself of affection, sentiments, anger, concern and all sorts of feelings; that is
Nobel, a Juxtaposition of Leaders
The Nobel Prize website Summarized the rationale behind the awarding of its prize of 2019 to Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed
Eritrea and the Oromo Empire
Inspired by liberal and radical ideas, the Revolution profoundly altered the course of modern history, triggering the global decline of absolute monarchies while
Akria: Memories of Childhood in the Garden Among the Flames!
INTRODUCTION: What you are going to read here is not history! But it is not fiction either! You may consider
Google’s YouTube: A platform For Hate And Genocide Incitement
Saleh Johar’s article The Malignant Cancer of Eritrea, has,in my opinion, undeservedly honored the bigot whom Google’s YouTube is providing
I came across this story long time ago, when a knowledgeable man, an Eritrean, was using it as an allegory
Anatomy of a Proverb
I had a relative who won all her arguments, thanks to her toolbox full of proverbs and parables which she
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
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
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
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
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.
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