Review overview
  • Mohamed June 17, 2016

    I would like to see Eritrea without Higdef and democratic country that accommodates its diverse communities who want live in peace, as they did from time immemorial.

  • Mohamed June 17, 2016

    I hope the new website will have security features to keep intruders coming from TigrayOnline out .
    Ignoring them, as many seem have decided to do so far, will only allow them to muddy the site more.
    You cannot discuss freely while comments that insult martyrs, Ghedli and Eritrea are posted regularly in front of you.
    Please give this issue the attention it deserves, because hate speech is damaging and should not be tolerated.

  • Mohamed June 17, 2016

    Make it comments signing using verifiable emails. Once that is done, then it’s easy to find out who is abusing the site, in case of need. Verifiable email will lead to the owners profile. Only that will deter abusers.

  • Berhe Tensea June 18, 2016

    I would like to see a radical change, Eritrea without PFDJ,, iseyas, and the crime ridden generals, and security agents. Eritrea ruled by constitution and rule of law, where by every citizen, and nationality rights are respected..
    An Eritrea, with a working national assembly like that we tried in the fiftieth.
    An Eritrea where individuals are not treated like a hen, a goat, that ca be left in police station till the agent is back from his private activities, if he did not forget about you.
    I would like to see Eritrea where the young are not forced to choose to flee and end up in deserts and seas.
    I would like also to see minority rights are respected
    I would like also to see the smile coming back to hundreds of Eritrean mothers.
    Finally I would like to see people taking revenge, revenge, and revenge when the right time comes.

  • zemen June 20, 2016

    Essayas must go, we need complete change , essayas is accountable for all the damage of Eritrean image. must go to the UN court.

  • zemen June 23, 2016

    The PIA got to go hell

  • Harent June 27, 2016

    -An Eritrea ruled by rule of law and a constitution. Where an individual will have his/her rights respected.
    – An Eritrea, where a student goes to school without worrying about the upcoming endless national service.
    – A farmer can farm his land without being requested to show up in the front/Sawa for unnecessary military training or building others houses and planting others land for no wages.
    – The Elderly would have their children/grandchildren close by to take care of them.
    -An Eritrea where the educated professionals are allowed to work to develop themselves and their country.
    – Business men and women are able to trade inside and outside their countries.
    -Where neighboring problems are resolved with talks instead of Guns.
    – An Eritrea, when a person wanting to leave the country can leave thru Asmara Airport instead of illegally crossing boarders, walking thru deserts and crossing seas.

  • dani USA July 6, 2016

    we want freedome we want all the presenors out,we want justice no dictitorship!