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Tigray should surrender to NAMA

Post by Noble Amhara » 14 Feb 2020, 00:38

Tigray should Surrender to NAMA

The Nama party is planning to build relations with Eritrea this opening the. Border peacefully

The Tigray government doesn’t know how to handle Eritrea this it should surrender to Amhara especially gonderes they have a good relation with Eritrea

This will mark unification isiais has been waiting for!


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Re: Tigray should surrender to NAMA

Post by Noble Amhara » 14 Feb 2020, 00:41

86% of Eritreans love Amhara while 82% of Tigrians hate Amhara - Survey

86% of Eritreans love Amhara while 82% of Tigrians hate Amhara - Survey

By CDE

03 Sep, 2016 - A survey by Professor Alemseged Abbay* shows Eritreans don't harbor enmity towards the Amhara people.

Alemseged also gives us a glimpse into the psychological profile of the TPLF and what 40 years of TPLF "leadership" has done to the psyche of the constituency they represent--Tigrayans. Like a hidden camera, Alemseged "catches" the leaders of the TPLF and the people of Tigray in moments of unguarded candor that does much to illuminate their motives and ambitions in his 250 pages book.

Asked to name who they consider their "historical enemies", 82% of his sample of Tigrayans answered.... . Amhara (Shoa). (p. 154).

Asked if they would trust an Amhara doctor, 64% of Tigrayans said they would not. (p. 155).

There's no doubt that the survey results are more or less accurate, for it's a well known fact that while the Eritrean government (Shaebia) had gone to great lengths to make a distinction between the Derg army and the Ethiopian people, the TPLF cadres didn't make such a distinction, but rather they portrayed the Derg army as an Amhara army, leading the Tigray people to believe that they were fighting against the Amhara people.

Asked what do you consider your "Adi abo"--your "fatherland"? This question was posed to Tegaru and Eritreans. 64. 3% of the Tigrayans sample, which included Sebhat Nega named Tigray (not Ethiopia) as their Fatherland.

To 71. 4% of the Eritrean sample, "Fatherland" meant Eritrea and those who did not mention Eritrea did NOT say Hamasien or Seraye, etc.

To Eritreans, notes the author, "fatherland" does not mean the land of the forefathers; it means the land that their children sacrificed their lives for: Eritrea.

Acceptance of intermarriage--marriage outside your own caste, ethnicity and/or religion, when the Tegaru were asked what is their preference, 46% said they would prefer "intermarriages with the Kebessa [highland Eritreans] to the Amhara, or their fellow Tigrayans. (p. 161).

Asked the same question, 64% of Eritreans refer all intermarriages to take place among Eritreans alone, regardless of ethnicity and religion. Intermarriages with Tegaru became a last choice. (p. 162).

Professor Alemseged took a variation of questionnaire by asking TPLF leaders of a hypothetical soccer match up between an "Eritrean" and a "Shoa" soccer team. "Almost all evaded the question", writes Alemseged. Of those that responded, only 14. 3% would support a Shoan team. One of the few who answered was General Mohammed Yonus ("Samora"), who said, "...In the past, I used to support the Eritrean team. Now, I am changed. " (p. 166).

Source: Jilted or Re/Imagining Identity (Red Sea Press, 250 pages)by Prof. Alemseged Abbay

*Alemseged Abbay is an Ethiopian professor
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Re: Tigray should surrender to NAMA

Post by Noble Amhara » 14 Feb 2020, 00:45



November 7, 2018 - Eritrean President Isaias Afewerki is scheduled to visit Amhara Regional State of Ethiopia starting on Friday. This is the third time the Eritrean President is visiting Ethiopia in as many months since the historic normalization of relations brought about by Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed.

Earlier, he visited Addis Ababa twice. During the last visit, he also toured development projects in Ethiopia, including the indurial park in the southern city of Hawassa.

The Eritrean President was invited by officials of the Amhara regional state following visit to Asmara by their delegation a couple of months ago.

According to Tesfaye Moges, Head of Gondar City Communication Affairs, the Eritrean president is expected to visit historic sites and development projects in the region.

In a related news, the Erirean President Isaias Afewerki gave interview on November 3rd to local media that was broadcast live on state television and radio. (You can watch the full interview with President Isaias on Ezega videos.)

During the interview, President Isaias praised the resilence of the Eritrean people, saying this all came due to the ‘steadfastness and resilience’ of his people

“The peace process transcends Ethiopia’s full acceptance of EEBC border ruling,’‘ Afwerki said. "The peace process goes beyond Ethiopia's full acceptance of EEBC ruling and represents new, fourth epoch where external deceptions of controlling the region have been vanquished through resilience of the Eritrean people, political dynamics in Ethiopia and global developments," he added.

Isaias Afewerki said Eritrea will consolidate the normalisation of relations with Ethiopia, Somalia and Djibouti for peace anddevelopment.

‘‘The new reality will pave way for solid cooperation within the Horn of Africa, the Nile Basin, and the Arabian Gulf, regions that are endowed with substantial resources, huge populations and considerable human capital,’‘ said Isaias Afewerki.

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