Medrek’s wrong premises:
leading to resuscitation of the politically dangerous wudbetaat.
I wrote an article- entitled ‘Today”s struggle and Post-dictator Eritrea- much safer without the current wudbetaat’- last week, which was posted on assenna’s website on Dec. 4; the first part was on Medrek’s resuscitation of
I was deeply saddened and disheartened when I heard about the untimely death of my dear friend, Issac Ghebreselasie Amanios.
Issac was my beloved friend with whom I grew up with and attended the same Secondary school, San Gorgio in Mendefera. In 1974, we both joined
Fetsum: Two factors down; the most critical void in the way of the destination
I believe that the enemies have finished digging their own graves. No authority can be imagined to trash itself out of society stronger than what the Eritrean regime has been doing to
A US air strike killed a senior leader of the Islamic State (IS) group in Libya, the Pentagon has confirmed.
Pentagon spokesman Navy Capt Jeff Davis said Abu Nabil died after an F-15 jet targeted a compound in the eastern city of Derna on 13 November.
December 8, 2015 By Tewelde Stephanos (email: email@example.com)
Along with few friends, I make very modest monthly contributions to encourage the work demo.assenna.com is doing. I do this with the spirit of “if I cannot lead, at least I should support those who do”. And
In Memory of Issac Amanios
Isaac Amanios Gebreslassie, 60, was tragically taken from us on Wednesday December 2, 2015 in San Bernardino, California. He was one of the 14 killed in the mass shootings by two radical Islamists.
Isaac was born to Aregash Emnetu and Gebreslassie Amanios
History shows that Eritrean justice seekers living in GTA and surrounding cities have played a leading role in confronting the dictatorial regime of Eritrea and its operatives in Toronto. We have highlighted the plight of Eritreans who were forced to leave their beloved country and
Isaac Amanios, cousin of New York Giants player, among San Bernardino mass shooting victim
By Larry Altman, Daily Breeze
FONTANA >> Isaac Amanios, 60, fled his war-torn country 15 years ago in search of the American dream, his brother said.
Abraham Amanios said his younger brother immigrated to
We, the Eritrean Youth for Unity, Salvation and Justice in Seattle and vicinities, are cordially inviting all our Eritrean brothers and sisters residing in the Puget Sound area to join hands with us without any delay, for the salvation of our country, Eritrea, at this
Part one- the current Medrek’s resuscitation of the politically dangerous wudbetaat
I had attended the EU-parliament organized workshop on migration on Nov 9- a summary of which was posted In Assenna’s website on Nov. 11, and the Tigringa version is read over Assenna’s radio few days
I was getting a bit frustrated by the brief silence of OUR VOICE after elevating the Eritrean hope for freedom in multiple controversial but down to earth appearances. The video-graphic exposure of Professor Araya Debessay at Assenna, however, changed my helpless and impatient state of
The Afars, a tightly knit Muslim minority in one of the most inhospitable corners of Africa, are determined to keep their home and the culture that sustains them.
By Dan Connell, December 4, 2015.
Many traveled by foot through the Danakil Depression, one of the lowest and
European states increasingly rejecting asylum applications from Eritrea
Between April and September, the UK rejected 64% of Eritrean asylum cases in first instance
Asylum seekers returned to Eritrea at risk of torture
Eritrean men can be conscripted to military for 20 years or more
“Eritrea is haemorrhaging its youth.
"Asmara defends conscription saying it faces a constant threat from Ethiopia, but has said it has ended policy; rights group says 'just rhetoric'. "
ERITREA’S claims that it has ended indefinite national service are untrue and refugees arriving in Europe should not be deemed economic migrants,
In a clear night one can see forever. I don’t know who said it but I like the maxim, whatever it means. And in a serene mind one can think forever. There are people who love to think, and they travel far and wide,
Not everyone he knew in the Sudanese refugee camp supported Girmai Araya’s decision to seek refuge in the United States in 1984.
“They said, ‘You don’t want to go to America. You’re gonna wash dogs, you’re gonna wash horses.’ It was scary,” said Girmai, seated with
December 2nd - international day for the abolition of Slavery: Slavery has become a historical term elsewhere, only remains to be practiced in Eritrea
This day is to be observed as a day for the abolition of all forms of slavery. Eritrea, the only remaining country,
I have decided to write this article in English taking into consideration some readers whose grasp of Tigrinya is a bit too shaky to completely understand what I have written over the past few months.
I think that in order to effect a change of
Human rights violations, relentless cruelty, tyranny and oppression are, tragically, everyday experiences for Eritreans.
It is horrifying. It is also so far away from what so many Eritreans heroically fought for, and what campaigners outside that country were supporting, in the struggle for liberation.
Twenty-seven years ago,
The government is to give the BBC £289m over the next five years to invest in expanding the BBC World Service into countries such as North Korea as part of its strategy designed to strengthen the UK’s “soft power”.
The cash injection was announced on Monday