Friends Of Assena @ Paltalk This Saturday 12-19-2009 – Eritrean Room for Strong & United Opposition

We welcome you to join us in our “Empowering and Fostering Independent Media Discussion Seriesthis Saturday evening at paltalk.  We are honored to present to you the next guest speakers Mr. Isayas Sium from Bay Area and Mr. Tesfit Kiflu from Washington DC.   Both are member of a fraternity called “Friends of Assena”, a group that is working to drive up financial support for Assena Media.  Both Mr. Isayas and Mr. Tesfit and others have teamed up to establish “Friends of Assena” so that others can join in this remarkable mission of empowering independent media.  Founder and director of Assena Media Mr. Amanuel Eyasu will also join the discussion.   

We welcome you to join us in our “Empowering and Fostering Independent Media Discussion Seriesthis Saturday evening at paltalk.  We are honored to present to you the next guest speakers Mr. Isayas Sium from Bay Area and Mr. Tesfit Kiflu from Washington DC.   Both are member of a fraternity called “Friends of Assena”, a group that is working to drive up financial support for Assena Media.  Both Mr. Isayas and Mr. Tesfit and others have teamed up to establish “Friends of Assena” so that others can join in this remarkable mission of empowering independent media.  Founder and director of Assena Media Mr. Amanuel Eyasu will also join the discussion.   

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  • akal@eritrea.com December 10, 2011

    Nukulu Teazebo Nwedi Afom Seabo!

    Eritrea never kneels dawn !

    Awet nehafash!

    • Tensea Berhe July 16, 2014

      Are you orginaly from Tembein like Iseyas, You serem like aD emhit lover.

  • nebiat33@gmail.com December 10, 2011

    Press Releas

    “Sanctions” against Africa’s fastest growing economy, targeting Eritrea with its projected 5 years of double digit growth rate: Russian newspaper
    Asmara , 10 December 2011- The Russian newspaper, Pravda, said that the Security Council resolution of further “sanctions” against Africa’s fastest growing economy, targeting Eritrea with its projected 5 years of double digit growth rate, …should come as no surprise.

    As regards the first version of the sanctions against Eritrea, the paper wrote: “The “sanctions” passed against Eritrea on Monday are all bark and no bite, less even than the first batch. It also elaborates that the first version of this latest round of sanctions, (that even the Europeans vetoed) was designed to cripple Eritrea’s emerging mining industry, one of the main drivers of its new found economic engine and block Eritreans abroad from paying their 2% income tax.

    As regards allegations against Eritrea supporting Al-Shaabab, Prevada quoting Wiki leaks wrote: “Now, we know that the senior US diplomat in the Horn of Africa, US Ambassador to Ethiopia, Donald Yamamoto, told his bosses in Washington D.C. in 2007 that the Eritrean involvement in Somalia was “insignificant” as in very small or trivial.

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  • nebiat33@gmail.com December 10, 2011

    As regards the first version of the sanctions against Eritrea, the paper wrote: “The “sanctions” passed against Eritrea on Monday are all bark and no bite, less even than the first batch. It also elaborates that the first version of this latest round of sanctions, (that even the Europeans vetoed) was designed to cripple Eritrea’s emerging mining industry, one of the main drivers of its new found economic engine and block Eritreans abroad from paying their 2% income tax.

    As regards allegations against Eritrea supporting Al-Shaabab, Prevada quoting Wiki leaks wrote: “Now, we know that the senior US diplomat in the Horn of Africa, US Ambassador to Ethiopia, Donald Yamamoto, told his bosses in Washington D.C. in 2007 that the Eritrean involvement in Somalia was “insignificant” as in very small or trivial.

    Before Wiki leaks, we had the UN General Assembly’s Special Committee on Somalia Report in 2009 under South Africa’s Ambassador, Dumusani Khumalo, which exonerated Eritrea and placed the blame for the influx of arms into Somalia squarely o

  • nebiat33@gmail.com December 10, 2011

    “Sanctions” against Africa’s fastest growing economy, targeting Eritrea with its projected 5 years of double digit growth rate: Russian newspaper
    Asmara , 10 December 2011- The Russian newspaper, Pravda, said that the Security Council resolution of further “sanctions” against Africa’s fastest growing economy, targeting Eritrea with its projected 5 years of double digit growth rate, …should come as no surprise.

    As regards the first version of the sanctions against Eritrea, the paper wrote: “The “sanctions” passed against Eritrea on Monday are all bark and no bite, less even than the first batch. It also elaborates that the first version of this latest round of sanctions, (that even the Europeans vetoed) was designed to cripple Eritrea’s emerging mining industry, one of the main drivers of its new found economic engine and block Eritreans abroad from paying their 2% income tax.

    As regards allegations against Eritrea supporting Al-Shaabab, Prevada quoting Wiki leaks wrote: “Now, we know that the senior US diplomat in the Horn of Africa, US Ambassador to Ethiopia, Donald Yamamoto, told his bosses in Washington D.C. in 2007 that the Eritrean involvement in Somalia was “insignificant” as in very small or trivial.

    Before Wiki leaks, we had the UN General Assembly’s Special Committee on Somalia Report in 2009 under South Africa’s Ambassador, Dumusani Khumalo, which exonerated Eritrea and placed the blame for the influx of arms into Somalia squarel

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