ኣሜሪካ ዝመራሒተን ሃጸያውያን ( ኢምፐርያሊስት ) ሃገራት ካብ መፈለምትኡ ኣንጻር ነጻነት ኤርትራ ደው ዝበላን ነዚ ዝሓለፈን ገና ዘሎን ዕንወትን ምፍሳስ ደምን ህዝቢ ኤርትራ ተሓተትቲ እየን። ህዝቢ ኤርትራ ነዛ ዝሕበነላን ዝኾርዓላን ሃገሩ ነጻ ንምግባር ሰላሳ ዓመታት ተቓሊሱ ኣማእት ኣሽሓት ብሉጻት ደቁ ከፊሉ እዩ ረኺብዋ ። ነጻነትና ክቡራት ከፊልና ኣምጺእናያ ፣ ነጻነትና ሕጋውነት ንምልባስ ድማ ብድምጺ ወረቐት ዘይኮነስ ሓደ እናበልና ሰማእታት ቆጺርና ኢና 99.8% እወ ንናጽነት ኣድሚጽና ። Continue reading ኤርትራ ንሃጸያውያን ሃገራት ሓደገኛ ናይ ጽቡቕ ኣብነት
By Yemane Gebreab | Presidential Adviser,
A three-person panel, called the “Commission of Inquiry” (COI), is campaigning to take yet another African country, this time Eritrea, to the International Criminal Court.
The COI claims that it “has reasonable grounds to believe that crimes against humanity have been committed in Eritrea since 1991.” Yet it has no solid evidence or firm legal basis to support its extreme and unfounded charges.
The report of the COI fails to meet the principles of impartiality, objectivity and non-selectivity as laid out in the guidelines of the United Nations. It also lacks the minimum standards of rigor and professionalism. Continue reading Eritrea’s Preliminary Response to the Report of the Commission of Enquiry
By Andemariam Gebremichael, PhD
Eritrea is once again subjected to the never ending onslaught by an unfettered three-person hung jury dubbed as “Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights” with the ultimate aim to bring the country to The Dodo Court, through a “supreme” venue in the enactment of injustice, which by any means of imagination dwarfs The Kangaroo Court.
The selection of the judges in itself is also interesting as much as it is wanting. Mr. Mike Smith, Chairman of the Commission, is from Australia, the home of Kangaroos and Aborigines, while Ms. Sheila Keetharuth, the Special Rapporteur of the Commission, is from Mauritius, the onetime home of the dodo, an avian species, a bird, which today is extinct. However, Mr. Victor Dankwa, a third member of the Commission, contrary to the Kangaroo and Dodo courts’ legal practices in the selection procedures for the job, is from Ghana, Africa, the home of the human species and untamable animals. Continue reading No Dodo Court for Eritrea
By Amdetsion Kidane,
What triggered this article is the decision by the UN Security Council (UNSC) to maintain the sanction against Eritrea imposed in 2009 alleging Eritrea’s support of al-Shabaab in Somalia and the 2008 Djibouti-Eritrea disputes in the context of their implication to regional and international peace and security.
What puzzles me more than anything else though is the continuing bickering about the issue after the Somalia Eritrea Monitoring Group concluded that “it has found no evidence of Eritrean support to al-Shabaab” in Somalia and that the disputes between Eritrea and Djibouti, after the Presidents of the two countries entrusted the State of Qatar to mediate their disputes. In my opinion, this is bitter pill for the big powers in general and the United States of America to swallow. Continue reading Sanction on Eritrea Continues: A Baseless Decision
By Amanuel Biedemariam,
THE thirty year struggle for the Independence of Eritrea has cemented a legacy and history of valor unseen anywhere.
The history is based on stories of a nation that marched forward regardless of the hurdles and stumbling blocks. These are stories of bravery of people that marched forward burying the martyrs on the spot and en-route to certain victory. These are stories of gallantry by those that marched nonstop while drenched with blood and carrying the wounded to safety. They forged ahead eying the future with one thing in mind, Independence. No matter what happened along the way, Eritrea marched forward and won Independence beating all odds and ensured international recognition. Continue reading Eritrea’s Unshakable Gratitude and Commitment to Martyrs and Veterans
By Daniel Y. Tikabo,
RECENTLY, the UN Commission of Inquiry (COI) released its 500+ pages report on the human rights situation in Eritrea. The report was firmly rejected by Eritreans all over the world for being bogus and politically motivated. And this week, Eritrea’s detractors in the UN, following their modus operandi, resorted to tampering with Eritrea’s submissions to the UN Human Rights Council (HRC). Continue reading UN Human Right Council’s Bogus Reports and the Forgery
By Tesfay Aradom (PhD),
ON MAY 24, 1991, the indomitable forces of the EPLA liberated the people and the land of Eritrea from the protracted and brutal colonial rule of successive Ethiopian regimes. The feudal and later self-proclaimed socialist Ethiopian regimes, despite their decisive numerical superiority, would not have been able to hold their colonial rule on Eritrea had it not been for the continual and massive flow of sophisticated arms and training provided by successive US administrations and Soviet Union. Furthermore, these nations, along with their Western and Eastern allies, continued to offer their client state all the necessary diplomatic cover throughout the duration of our war for independence. In a characteristic display of magnanimity, the EPLF led Eritrean Government established diplomatic relations with several nations including those which demonstrated their determination to deprive the people of Eritrea their inalienable right for self-determination. Continue reading Eritrea: A Beacon of Stability and Hope in a Troubled Region
By Berhane Alazar,
THE West’s hypocrisy towards the third world countries in general and Eritrea in particular continues unabated and is simply mind-boggling how it chooses only one side of the coin!
Watching the “Monkey see, monkey do” type drama unfolding, yesterday in Geneva, of the so called “Commission of Inquiry” of the UN Human Rights Council on Eritrea – by grownup men and women would have been nothing short of comical if the matter wasn’t serious, albeit unfounded, allegations leveled against Eritrea. Continue reading The Hypocrisy of the West Towards Eritrea