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Re: Good morning Eritrea! My beloved Country is shining every day

Post by Kuasmeda » 08 May 2019, 12:56

Aswusha Gohaf Arget Agame! Keep on with your scavanging business while we are marching to our destination.

Eritrea Independence Day
On May 7 1997, TPLF army ambushed members of Eritrean Defense force inside Eritrea. TPLF came as peaceful visitors, then launched the surprise attack. Eight EriEDF members were martyred on the day. Never Trust TPLF.
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Re: Good morning Eritrea! My beloved Country is shining every day

Post by Kuasmeda » 08 May 2019, 13:24

The triumph of the Eritrean revolution is proof of the power of persistence, effort, organization, and self-belief. An ant can carry 50 times its own weight. We are also told that little David killed the giant Goliath


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Re: Good morning Eritrea! My beloved Country is shining every day

Post by Ethoash » 08 May 2019, 13:52

Kuasmeda wrote:
08 May 2019, 12:56
Aswusha Gohaf Arget Agame! Keep on with your scavanging business while we are marching to our destination.

Eritrea Independence Day


dear Kuasmeda

i will celebrate ur independent day .. but your freedom is stolen by ISISIS AWARKI

THERE is nothing to celebrate beside morning the dead and call it Eritrea dream is dead

Eritrea celebrate when u guys get freedom ... when u guys break free from slavery ..

look in Cuba, fidel castro stolen their independent and victory
Zimbabwe also their freedom stolen by Mugabe
Ethiopian freedom also stolen by መንጌ

so it is not a new thing u r not the first to be robed their freedom

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Re: Good morning Eritrea! My beloved Country is shining every day

Post by Kuasmeda » 08 May 2019, 14:01

Mr Hasot YeHayish, Why dont you speak HaQi.Appropriate response! Agames have done enough damage to Eritrea. Simply buzz off ደቂ ማይ ጠለምቲ! You low IQ, slow thinking TPLF thugs don't see what's coming until it's too late .
Ethoash wrote:
08 May 2019, 13:52
Kuasmeda wrote:
08 May 2019, 12:56
Aswusha Gohaf Arget Agame! Keep on with your scavanging business while we are marching to our destination.

Eritrea Independence Day


dear Kuasmeda

i will celebrate ur independent day .. but your freedom is stolen by ISISIS AWARKI

THERE is nothing to celebrate beside morning the dead and call it Eritrea dream is dead

Eritrea celebrate when u guys get freedom ... when u guys break free from slavery ..

look in Cuba, fidel castro stolen their independent and victory
Zimbabwe also their freedom stolen by Mugabe
Ethiopian freedom also stolen by መንጌ

so it is not a new thing u r not the first to be robed their freedom

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Re: Good morning Eritrea! My beloved Country is shining every day

Post by Awash » 08 May 2019, 15:40

Fesmeda,
Every wedi komarit medhin berad of Adwa aka Zombies should read this about a normal African country which went through decades of struggle for independence. A complete opposite of the nightmarish/abnormal reality of Penitentiarea.

https://www.cia.gov/library/publication ... os/wa.html

https://www.africanexponent.com/post/10 ... edom-index

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Re: Good morning Eritrea! My beloved Country is shining every day

Post by Kuasmeda » 09 May 2019, 03:05

The camel marches while the dedebit low IQ Agame Asswusha scavenges :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: [/color

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Re: Good morning Eritrea! My beloved Country is shining every day

Post by Awash » 09 May 2019, 08:55

Fesmeda,
Every wedi komarit medhin berad of Adwa aka Zombies should read this about a normal African country which went through decades of struggle for independence. A complete opposite of the nightmarish/abnormal reality of Penitentiarea.

https://www.cia.gov/library/publication ... os/wa.html

https://www.africanexponent.com/post/10 ... edom-index


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Re: Good morning Eritrea! My beloved Country is shining every day

Post by pushkin » 09 May 2019, 10:11

The garbage recycle Agame! ኣይበልናን'ዶ !
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Re: Good morning Eritrea! My beloved Country is shining every day

Post by pushkin » 09 May 2019, 10:41

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ቅድሚ ኩሉ ሃገር ትሃሉ
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Re: Good morning Eritrea! My beloved Country is shining every day

Post by Awash » 09 May 2019, 11:49

ሃገር ሃገር ሃገር... blah, blah, blah.
Why are Eritreans fleeing their country?

Eritrea has accused the UN's refugee agency of forcibly relocating some of its citizens stranded in Libya to Niger.

Inside Story 06 May 2019 19:54 GMT Eritrea, Africa, Europe, Refugees, Migrants

In the past decade, thousands of Eritreans looking to improve their lives in Europe have become stranded in Libya. 

Detained during their illegal transit or rescued from drowning in the Mediterranean, refugeesare sent to detention centres.

But the battle for control of the capital Tripoli has left them exposed to the dangers of war with some going days without food.

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees has intervened and relocated migrants to safer areas, while sending some to other countries.

Among them, a group of 159 Eritrean nationals were sent to Niger before being relocated to a third country.

And that hasn't gone down well with Eritrea's government.

But what would happen if those Eritreans went back home?

And is the country's unlimited national service, a reason why many fled?

Presenter: Richelle Carey

Guests:

Suleiman Hussein - Chairperson of Citizens for Democratic Rights in Eritrea

Fisseha Teklae - Researcher for the Horn of Africa for Amnesty International

Marie-Roger Biloa - Chief executive officer of MRB Networks

Source: Al Jazeera News
Watch: https://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/in ... 53215.html

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Exodus of Eritreans in Post-Peace Era Continues

09 MAY 2019 PUBLISHED DATE

...According to newly-obtained information from the Eritrean-Ethiopian border area, 25 percent of the new arrivals are unaccompanied and separated children. The reason given for them fleeing the country is that the Eritrean Government has started to “kidnap the children to go to SAWA military training,” said one source. 
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Re: Good morning Eritrea! My beloved Country is shining every day

Post by Kuasmeda » 10 May 2019, 11:26

ካድረታት ማለሊት ከምዛ ዋንጭል ዝሓዝካላ ህበይ ንግዚኡ ማኪና ፈደራል ማኪና ሻዕብያ እናበሉ ዋጭዋጭ ክብሉ ክቕንዩ እዮም።ድሕሪ 16 ግንቦት ግን ከምዛ አብ ማይ ዝአተወት አንጭዋ ህጥም ምባሎም ዘይተርፍ'ዩ

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Post by Awash » 10 May 2019, 11:28


Photo: Most of Eritrea’s population are disenfranchised due to forced conscriptions and a life below the poverty line. Source: face2faceafrica.com
Exodus of Eritreans in Post-Peace Era Continues

By Kristina Melicherová

BRUSSELS (IDN) – Hope for change in Eritrea after the July 2018 Ethiopia-Eritrea peace agreement has faded. Nearly a year after Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed announced his country would accept theAlgiers Agreement of 2000 and make peace with Eritrea, the flow of refugees fleeing the repressive regime continues unabated.

A senior official from Ethiopia’s refugee agency recently confirmed that the situation in the border area between Ethiopia and Eritrea has not changed since the official closing of all border crossings for vehicles in April 2019. He confirmed that the number of refugees from Eritrea to Ethiopia continues to increase, with as many as 250 people being processed every day.

This figure does not include the many other refugees and migrants from Eritrea who do not register officially. While the exodus is increasing, Eritreans are put up for ‘voluntary’ return from Libya to Eritrea.

Since December 2018, Ethiopia and Eritrea have been gradually closing their shared border crossings to vehicles again. While information in Eritrea on what the border arrangements are for its people is not available, the borders have not opened for Eritrean people, but this has not stopped people from Eritrea fleeing the country.

According to newly-obtained information from the Eritrean-Ethiopian border area, 25 percent of the new arrivals are unaccompanied and separated children. The reason given for them fleeing the country is that the Eritrean Government has started to “kidnap the children to go to SAWA military training,” said one source.  SAWA is a military academy in the Gash-Barka region of Eritrea.

Independent sources with contacts in Eritrea confirm that giffas to round up children for national service have greatly increased – in these raids, people whose papers are not in order are also arrested. Another source in The Netherlands explained that the Eritrean government has started to kidnap children from their neighbourhoods in these giffas in order to draft them into military training at the SAWA Defence Training Centre. The national service has been qualified as forced labour and slavery by the United Nations.

Meanwhile, an estimated 11,000 Eritrean refugees are trapped in Libya. These include many unaccompanied and separated minors as well as pregnant women or women with small children. In Libya, they are subjected to inhumane treatment and torture in warehouses and detention centres, victim to human trafficking gangs. Rather than finding access to a procedure to seek protection, many are now being pressured to return from Libya to Eritrea.

Recently, the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) has started a ‘voluntary’ return programme for Eritreans. As many as 50 Eritreans have been repatriated, and independent sources confirm that around 70 are currently being processed for repatriation.

The pressure of having been subjected to torture, sexual violence, mental stress, illness (especially TB), frequent death, violence, lack of food, lack of information and other inhumane conditions in Libya leaves the refugees feeling they have no choice but to accept the only option made available to them, which is to return to Eritrea.

According to the 2015 UN Commission of Inquiry report on human rights in Eritrea, “individuals forcefully repatriated [to Eritrea] are inevitably considered as having left the country unlawfully, and are consequently regarded as serious offenders, but also as ‘traitors’.” A common pattern of treatment of returnees is their arrest upon arrival in Eritrea.”

Human rights organisations have called for a stop to these illegal deportations of Eritreans from Libya to Eritrea.

The situation of illegal return is compounded by the fact that the IOM has no presence in Eritrea and has no capacity to check what happens after people have been returned.

According to witnesses, the returnees are not informed of this, nor are they informed that it will be Eritrean officials that will ‘welcome’ them upon their return. The Eritrean embassy is, according to witness statements, involved in the selection of the returnees in Libya. Witnesses also state that those who accept return to Eritrea do so out of desperation and plan to cross the border to Ethiopia as soon as they can.

The situation on the Ethiopian side is increasingly difficult as more than a thousand refugees are staying daily within the registration holding areas which have insufficient capacity to deal with the increasing numbers.

The constant flow of refugees to Ethiopia has brought immense challenges for the Ethiopian Agency for Refugees and Returnees Affair (ARRA) as well as other organisations operating in Tigray region. People crossing to Ethiopia often wait in collection centres for two days before they are transported to Endabaguna, from where they are placed in one of the refugee camps in Tigray region. The capacity of the screening centre as well as the refugee camps is stretched beyond its limits.

An Ethiopian official confirms that there are around 1,200 refugees residing in Endabaguna every day before they are transported to the refugee camps by ARRA. The screening centre currently shelters 800 unaccompanied children because there is insufficient capacity inside the refugee camps for them.

Lack of shelter is just one of many challenges that refugees face in the camps. Because of the dry season, the prescribed minimum standards for water distribution (20 litres per person per day) are not available. The non-food support which provides refugees with items such as water jerry cans, blankets, mats and kitchen utensils is very limited.

After the peace deal between Ethiopia and Eritrea was signed in July 2018, a sense of optimism briefly arose within the communities of both countries, as well as in the international community. However, those who had been hoping for a shift towards democracy and the upholding of human rights in Eritrea have been left disappointed.

The opening of border crossings in September 2018 brought an influx of goods and a brief possibility of family reunification, but the closing of the border ends these positive changes. Meanwhile, the continuation of national service and the forceful recruiting of minors seriously aggravates the situation.

The much-needed involvement of Eritrean people in the peace agreement has not been achieved and the recent closing of the border has resulted in new waves of desperation, leading to a fresh exodus of refugees from Eritrea. [IDN-InDepthNews – 09 May 2019

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Re: Good morning Eritrea! My beloved Country is shining every day

Post by pushkin » 10 May 2019, 11:39

Professor Asmerom Legesse... The master of Libi Tigray “We are a nation of laws, and the law is ours” NewProfilePic 'Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.' George Santayana.

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Re: Good morning Eritrea! My beloved Country is shining every day

Post by Awash » 10 May 2019, 15:17

ዕጉም ጽቡቕ ኣሎ፣ ወዲ'ባት ከፊእዎ'ሎ

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