Assab: The Eritrean Nose

Was he right? Paulo Neruda! In his verses (as re-recounted in the movie Il Postino) in respect to an aquatic-terrestrial

Winds of Change… Are we ready?

“Unity of purpose brings purposeful citizens together and accords them leverage to effect meaningful change.” A new reality is unfolding!

ERITAS: PFDJ Sues Veldhoven Mayor at the UN

The Eritrean government has announced that it has sent formal, ground-breaking legal memorandum to the Office of the Special Rapporteur,

Curse god And Die

‘Curse god and die’ has evolved from an imprudent advice of an embittered wife of a patient patriarch to ascent

Prelude To ‘The People of Eritrea Vs. Isaias Afwerki’

“The Leviathan won’t tame the angry sea…” Until June 15, 2015. More pointedly until February 28, 2015. Perhaps one of

Ahmed Nasser, Fifty Years of Quest

Fifty Years. Fifty years of Struggle. 50 years of wandering.  50 years of endless search.  50 years of yearning. 50

Eritrea: Over 10, 000 Prisoners of Conscience

Ours is not a tragedy; tragedy has some ingredients of chivalry and integrity. Ours is a farce directed by us’s Mantra: Sympathy For The Devil

“Two monks were on a pilgrimage. One day, they came to a deep river. At the edge of the river,

Hidomona’s Reply To Meskerem’s Willful Ignorance

[ notes: On August 17, the Winnipig Free Press reported on the efforts of Hidmona Eritrea-Canadians Human Rights Group of

Think Of It—Always!

“When I despair, I remember that all through history the ways of truth and love have always won. There have

Rage! Rage! Rage!

Dear Eritrean Youth, I feel your pain; I feel your pain. Oh, Sunset’s Children! Remember the 80s, waiting for the

The Olive (AwLi’e) Revolution In Eritrea: A Satire

Prelude: The Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak was forced to make “concessions” (please! I can’t overemphasize the importance of them quotation

N’gdet Abuna-Qudus Claus

….Christmas has come a long way from its Pagan origins. Hmmm! May be not….. Ruhus beAl Lidet ! “…A child

“Lynching” by the Rivers of Winnipeg

1. By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down, yea, we wept, when we remembered Zion. 2. We hanged

Why did the Chicken Cross the Road? (The Eritrean Version; A Satire)

   2009-2010 was a hectic year for Eritrean internet writers, users and abusers, even by Eritrean internet standards. With due

In Search Of Two Chickens And…A Latteria

This installment is about two chickens and a latteria; about ‘they may have come through us but  they are neither

‘H’Mamate-Christos’: Review of The Passion of the Christos

“In ages to come, it is up to one lapsed young ‘Haleqa’, to take the melodic wealth of ‘Ge’ez’ from

Curse god and Die

‘Curse god and die’ has evolved from an imprudent advice of an embittered wife of a patient patriarch to ascent

The Fire Next Time

Muslim-Christian, Kebesa-Metahit, as we know is the only single most important issue since Eritreans gathered to mark the destiny of

“I Want To Be A Sailor…”

This short essay was written sometime in 2004.   If what we knew were the only guideposts for reality, the innocent