The struggle for unified resistance against dictatorship By Fetsum Abraham//5/21/03 I dedicate this material to Ato Weldeab Weldemarian and Shek Ibrahim Sultan, the founding fathers of our unity who prioritized their Eritrean identity to their ethnicities and religions, to install a unified struggle for the Eritrean independence. They practically left … more
Eritrea’s Zersenay Tadese and Mestawet Tufa of Ethiopia yesterday set new times in road race at the Gifu Seiryu Half Marathon in Japan. Tadese upgraded Kenyan marathoner, Martin Mathathi’s record that has been in the archives for two years now as the Eritrean clocked 1:00:31 to hit the podium while … more
After seven months of beatings, burns, electric shocks and constant threats to kill him, an Eritrean refugee has finally been freed by his kidnappers in Egypt’s Sinai desert. Covered in deep scars and suffering from breathing problems and bone injuries, Philemon Semere, now in Cairo, told the BBC how it … more
Eritrea’s human rights record has long faced international criticism. Located in the Horn of Africa, the country is home to five million people, but so closed to the outside world that individual stories tend to come almost exclusively from those who have fled.
Haben’s devotional -1 Can a religious person be a politician and a true religious leader at the same time? By Haben Zeray This month as we thought and celebrated Easter for the huge sacrifice that was done for us, we are also entering into a season where we memorialize, honor … more
April 29, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) – A Chicago student inspired by the life of baseball legend Jackie Robinson won an essay contest about her own struggles with the death of her brother. Arsema Tesfai was honored Monday by Robinson’s daughter, Sharon Robinson, at the seventh-grader’s school, St. Thomas of Canterbury. “So, … more