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Ethiopia’s latest Terrorist Attack against Eritrea and its Implications

There is a limit for everything. If the “midget” falsely believed that it can continue with its attacks by violating Eritrea’s territorial integrity and get away with it, then it thought wrong!

Woyane: "Let me attack you but please do not retaliate" - No more!

By Sophia Tesfamariam,

On 15 March 2012, Shimeles Kemal, the spokesperson for the minority regime in Ethiopia announced to the world that Ethiopian defense forces had violated Eritrea’s sovereignty and territorial integrity by attacking “a military post” 16 kilometers inside Eritrean territory. The ignominious spokesperson had the audacity to tell Eritrea “not to retaliate”. Continue reading Ethiopia’s latest Terrorist Attack against Eritrea and its Implications

Meles Zenawi’s Lower Case Treachery

“…Trickery and treachery are the practices of fools that have not the wits enough to be honest…”– (Benjamin Franklin)

Wikileaks exposed Meles Zenawi's heinous Plans and Intentions for Eritrea

By Sophia Tesfamariam,

Today, the minority regime’s cadres are lobbying members of the Security Council (SC), and specifically the three African states on the SC, to take immediate action against Eritrea. They do not want the members of the SC and the Sanctions Committee to read Eritrea’s response to the erroneous and childish accusations presented in the SEMG report, as the minority regime knows that, time is not on its side. The regime’s elaborate scheme to tarnish Eritrea’s image is unraveling and its lies, deceptions and distortions of the facts are now exposed for all to see. It has become an embarrassment to those who provided it diplomatic, financial, military and political shield and support and the Ethiopian people who have to live with its shame. Continue reading Meles Zenawi’s Lower Case Treachery

Meles called Al-Bashir a ‘Wounded Animal’, Advises the US to Remove Him

Meles Zenawi: If I were the United States, my preferred choice would be “removing the Bashir regime.”

By Sudan Tribune,

Prime minister of Ethiopia, Meles Zenawi, told the U.S. administration that toppling the government led by Sudanese president Omer Hassan al-Bashir would be the ideal scenario for Washington, according to leaked diplomatic cable.

The January 30, 2009 note released by Wikileaks, detailed discussions that took place between Zenawi and Acting Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Phil Carter with the presence of the Director of Sudan Programs Group (SPG) at the US State Department Tim Shortley.

Focus of the talks was on the widely expected issuance of an arrest warrant against Bashir by the International Criminal Court (ICC) on charges of war crimes he allegedly committed in Sudan’s Western region of Darfur. Continue reading Meles called Al-Bashir a ‘Wounded Animal’, Advises the US to Remove Him

No Famine in Eritrea – A Fact Not Yet Sitting Well With Some Quarters

What is the secret behind the reasons why the people of Eritrea are not in need of food aid at a time when 12 million plus horn of Africa people was affected by drought and famine of the worst proportion.

By Sophia Tesfamariam,

It seems the western media and its handlers are having a hard time swallowing another fact about Eritrea – they cannot fathom that there is NO famine in Eritrea, whilst its neighbors, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia are all experiencing drought and famine.  Continue reading No Famine in Eritrea – A Fact Not Yet Sitting Well With Some Quarters