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ክብርን መጎስን ንስዉአትና! ሕድርኹም ማሕላና!

ጅግና ስውእቲ፡ ንእሽተይ ሓፍተይ ሲሚቲ!

ጅግና ስውእቲ ንእሽተይ ሓፍተይ ሲሚት ማና ጂሚዕ: አብ ከባቢ 1977 አብ ንግደት ደብረሲና እየ ንመጨረሻ ግዜ ርእየያ።

እቲ ግዜ: ምስ ብጾተይ አባላት ህዝባዊ ስርዒት ጀብሃ:
ህዝባዊ ኣኸባታት ክንገብር ናብ ንግደት ደብረሲና  አብ ዝተንቀሳቕስናሉ እዋን እዩ ነይሩ። አብ ደብረሲና እንዳዞርና ከለና፡ ንሓደ ብጻይ ሰላም ክንብል ጠጠው ንብል እሞ፡ ሓንቲ ቆልዓ ብየማናይ ጎነይ ናባና ሕውስ ኢላ ስመይ ጠቒሳ ብዛዕባይ ትሐትት። ሓወይዶ ትፈልጥዎ ኢላ ትሓትት፡፡ እቶም ብጾተይ፡ አነ ክምልስ ግዲ ደልዮሙኒ ናባይ ጠመቱ። አብ የማናይ ጎነይ ኮይና እያ እቲ ሕቶ ሐቲታቶ። ከምዚ ሎሚ ከይኮነ፡ ጥቕሉል ነዊሕ አፍሮን ጭሕምን ኩሹክ እውን አብ ርእሰይ ጠቕሊለ ስለ ዝነበርኩ ከተለልየኒ አይከኣለትን።

አብ የማናይ ጎነይ ስለ ዝነበረት፡ ውጥጥ አቢለ ሕንቕ አቢሊ ስዒመ: "ከመይ አለኺ ስምይቲ? አደይከ?" ኢለ ሕቶይ ከይወዳእኩ ከለኹ፡ "እዋይ አደይ ክትጽለል እያ" ትብለኒ። ኣነ'ኳ ኣደይ ድሕሪ እቲ ብስርዓት ደርግ ተኣሲራ ዝወረዳ ግፍዒ: ደፊራ ናብ ደብረሲና ትመጽእ ኢያ ኢለ ኣይገመትኩን ኔይረ። ደብረሲና፡ ዓዲ ዓባየይ ክብራ እውን ሰለ ዝኾነ፡ ኣደይ ኩሉ ጊዜ ካብ ከረን ናብ ንግደት ደብሪሲና ስለ እትኸይድ፣ አብታ ቅድስቲ ዕለት እውን አብ ደብረሲና ነበረት።

ከም'ቲ ኩሉ ጊዜ እትገብሮ፡ ናብ እንዳሓቱነይ ግደይ እትያ ኮፍ ከይበለት ንስሚቲ ሓፍተይ፡ "ኪዲስኪ ሐውኺ ኣለም ምስ እዞም ተጋድሎ ሓርነት እንተሎ ድለይዮ" በለታ።

አብ ንግደት ደብረሲና፡ አብ ርእሲ እቲ ብዙሕ ህዝቢ፡ ብዙሓት ተጋድልቲ ጅብሃን ሻዕብያን ስለ ዝነበሩ፡ ንዝረአይቶ ተጋዳላይ ብዛዕባይ ትሓትት ከም ዝነበረት ነጊራትኒ። ከይሃድማ ዝፈርሄት ክትመስል ኢደይ ከረው አቢሊ ሒዛ: ናብ ገዛ እንዳሓቱንይ ናብ አደይ ዝነበረቶ ወሰደትኒ። ኣደይ ብሰንከይ ብደርጊ ተቕጥቂጣ ስለ ዝነበረት: ንብዓተይ ዓጊተ ሕንቕ አቢሉ ስዒመያ ኮፍ በልኩ። ናይ አደይ ብዙሕ ዝበሃል ስለዘለኒ ንሎሚ ግን አብዚ ጠጠው ከብሎ ይሕሸኒ።

"ጸላም አደይ ማርያም" እንብላ ስሚቲ ሓፍተይ፡ አብ መሳራዕ ጅግና ህዝባዊ ሰራዊት አብ ሓልሐል ኣብ 1983 እያ ተሰዊኣ። ሐሙሸይቲ ካብ 11 አሕዋትን ኣሓትን፡ ሓንቲ ካብ ሐሙሽተ ተጋደልቲ አሕዋትን አሓትን፤ 2 አባላት ጅግና ሰራዊት ሓርነትን 3 አባላት ጅግና ህዝባዊ ሰራዊትን ድማ ኢያ። ዝሕበናላ ጅግና ስውእቲ ሲሚቲ፡ ከም ኩሉ ስድራቤት ኤርትራ፡ ታሪኻ፡  ታሪኽ ኤርትራ እዩ። ታሪኽ ተወፋይነተን ጅግንነትን።

ክብርን መጎስን ንስዉአትና! ሕድርኹም ማሕላና

መስከረም ሰነ 19፣ 2019

ዕለት ዝኽሪ ሰማእታትና ብሓንሳብ ዘይነኽብር።
አብ ክልቲኡ ብሓባር ዘይነኽብር። ንሕና ክንከዶም ንሶም ክመጹና።

Dear Isaias: Is it time for change in Eritrea? | The Stream


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It was the peace deal nobody saw coming. In July of last year Eritrea's President Isaias Afwerki stepped off a plane in Ethiopia and was greeted with a warm hug from that country's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed after almost two decades of hostility between the horn of Africa neighbours. Isaias, analysts said, had been caught off guard when Abiy, a new and reform-minded leader for Ethiopia, extended an olive branch. Still, the Eritreans responded in kind as Abiy promised Ethiopia would finally accept the terms of a UN-brokered agreement that ended a 1998 - 2000 border conflict, which had killed more than 80,000 people and left the two nations in an effective state of cold war.

Almost a year later, though, Eritrean opposition activists say there has been no peace dividend. Isaias, a former rebel commander, came to power in 1993 -- and no elections have been held since. Rights groups report that journalists and dissenting politicians have been rounded up and imprisoned without trial. Eritreans must obtain an exit visa to leave the country. There is forced conscription.

Eritrea has long said such measures are necessary to protect it from attack or sabotage from its much bigger neighbour. But activists are now asking, with the new accord inked, how much longer that argument can hold.

This month, a group of 100 leading African journalists, politicians and activists signed an open letter to Isaias urging him to embark on political reform. Eritrean Diaspora youth are stepping up the pressure, too, kick starting vibrant social media campaigns such as Yiakl - or Enough - and HappyBirthdayCiham.

 The government says it has been victimised by foreign powers and that it is reforming - albeit slowly.

So, where does the truth lie and what comes next? We ask a panel of Eritreans. Join the conversation:
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Is Isaias on a collusion course with AU, IGAD and Ethiopia on Sudan?

Breaking News:

Agreement between Sudan and Eritrea on borders opening...
(while the border with Ethiopia is closed)
Sudan and Eritrea have agreed to open the borders between them and facilitate the normal movement of the peoples across the borders.

This came during the joint talks Friday between the Chairman of the Transitional Military Council (TMC) Lieutenant-General Abdel-Fattah El-Burhan and the Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki, in the Eritrean capital Asmara during the one-day visit to Eritrea.

They have also agreed to activate cooperation and coordination between the two countries in all fields.

The concerned authorities in the two countries are take the necessary measures to open the borders formally and immediately.

In a statement to the Sudan News Agency (SUNA), the Director-General of the African Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs the Ambassador Abdel-Moneim Osman al-Bayti said that the Lt. Gen. Al-Burhan briefed Afwerki on the developments in Sudan.

For his part, President Afwerki affirmed his country's support for the Sudanese people and rejected foreign interference in Sudan's affairs. "Only the people of Sudan who decide their own destiny," he said.

The two leaders affirmed the deep historical and humanitarian ties between the two brotherly peoples as they are considered as the solid base for launching cooperation between the two countries at all levels, overcoming the bitterness of the past and opening a new page of cooperation between the two countries and peoples.


Despite Historic Rapprochement With Ethiopia, "Nothing Has Changed" in Eritrea

Tanja Müller Friday, June 14, 2019

ASMARA, Eritrea-The streets of Eritrea's capital in the runup to this year's Independence Day celebrations on May 24 were unusually quiet. But cafes and restaurants were full of many Eritreans from the diaspora who had traveled back to mark 28 years of national independence. "I come every year on this occasion," an Eritrean living in Germany told me, "to celebrate my country."

Most of the people I know who put up with life in Eritrea the whole year, however, do not feel like celebrating. For them, the holiday is a day off work that they will spend at home, in part because security tightens, with soldiers or police on every street corner. In the past few months, arbitrary arrests have apparently increased, so everyone is cautious and seems to avoid the center of the city. It is impossible to verify these stories, or other rumors of splits within the ruling party and increasing forms of dissent, given how opaque politics are in Eritrea. The only visible sign I encountered last month was anti-government graffiti inside a building, profanely calling out the ruling party, the People's Front for Democracy and Justice. Photos of other anti-government graffiti have recently circulated on Eritrean social media
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"Afwerki's Eritrea, touted in the media as "Africa's North Korea", is the guarantor of stability in Ethiopia." PETER KAGWANJA

Power shift in the Horn of Africa is eroding Kenya's influence


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At the dawn of this century, the then editor of the Foreign Affairs Journal, James Fulton Hoge Jr., rightly observed that the global "transfer of power from West to East" was "dramatically changing the context for dealing with international challenges-as well as the challenges themselves" (Foreign Affairs,July/August, 2004).


In the Horn of Africa, the return to peace and collapse of sit-tight dictatorial regimes is spawning a major power shift.

It is also challenging Kenya's influence in the region over the last five decades in a profound and palpable way.

The old regional balance of power that sustained Kenya's regional influence rested on three pillars. One was a Strategic Alliance, a mutual defence pact ratified by the two countries in December 1963, with scions of the Solomonic Dynasty. The Kenya-Ethiopia Defence pact, which sought to curb the territorial and power ambitions of an increasingly militaristic and expansionist Somalia, ensured that Kenya and Ethiopia coexisted and collaborated in a duality of power as two regional powers with little competition for legitimacy or influence.

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Ethiopia፡ አምባገነኑ የኢሳያስ መንግስት ሊገለበጥ ነው?

Sudan's opposition denies demanding transfer of talks with military council to Ethiopia

Sudan's opposition FFC delegation meets with Ethiopian PM in Khartoum on 7 June 2019 (ST Photo)June 15, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - Sudanese opposition Forces for Freedom and Change (FFC) said they did not demand the transfer of talks to Addis Ababa denying statements made by the spokesperson of the Transitional Military Council on this respect.

On Thursday, Shams al-Din Khabbashi said the opposition groups and not serious to reach an agreement with the military council and said they asked the Ethiopian mediator to transfer the talks on the transfer of power to Addis Ababa.

The proposal to transfer the negotiations to Addis Ababa was made by the Ethiopian Prime Minister on Wednesday.

The FFC declined the invitation in a timely manner, maintaining they want the political process remains inter-Sudanese and the Ethiopian embassy withdrew it, further said the FFC.

Upon the request of the Peace and Security Council of the African Union, Ethiopian premier Abiy Ahmed is brokering a mediation to establish a civilian-led Transitional Authority in Sudan on 6 June.

Following this decision, Abiy was in Khartoum on 8 June where he met the ruling military council and the opposition FFC.

The Ethiopian mediator appointed by the prime minister and the African Union special envoy to Sudan are holding separate meetings with the two sides in Khartoum.

The two mediators have to make new proposals to the Sudanese parties before 30 June as the PSC will discuss the situation in Sudan again and might decide punitive measures on those who obstruct the process.



Deutsche Welle on Yiakl

#ይኣክል የኤርትራውያኑ ተቃውሞ 

በውጭ አገራት የሚኖሩ ኤርትራውያን አገሪቱ ሉዓላዊነቷን ከተቀዳጀች ጀምሮ የመሯት የኢሳያስ አፈወርቂ መንግሥት ላይ "በቃ" የተባለ ዘመቻ እያካሔዱ ነው። በትግሪኛ፣ በእንግሊዘኛ እና ሌሎች በአገሪቱ በሚነገሩ ቋንቋዎች የሚካሔደው ይኸው ዘመቻ መልዕክቱን ለማስተላለፍ ትዊተር እና ፌስቡክን ተጠቅሟል። የ16 አመት ታዳጊ ሳሉ አልጋ ተደግፈው የሚታዩበትን ምስል በትዊተር ያጋሩት አቢ የተባሉ የዘመቻው ተካፋይ "ሳዋ እጅግ አስፈሪ ቦታ ነው። ምን እንደሚፈጠር ማንም አያውቅም። በዚህ አሰቃቂ ሁኔታ ውስጥ ኖሪያለሁ" ሲሉ በወታደራዊው የማሰልጠኛ ጣቢያ ያሳለፉትን ጊዜ ፅፈዋል። በሳዋ ወታደራዊ ማሰልጠኛ የተሰጠ የትምህርት የምስክር ወረቀት አያይዘው "እኛ ወደ ኮሌጅ እነሱ ወደ ወታደራዊ ማሰልጠኛ ተላክን። ሁላችንም ከዚህ የተሻለ ይገባናል። በውጭ አገራት የምትኖሩ ኤርትራውያን ለሰዎቻችሁ እንድትጮሁ እንፈልጋለን። የእናንተን ጥሪ እየተጠባበቁ ነው። ለእርዳታ እያለቀሱ ነው። ዝም አትበሉ! ንቅናቄውን ተቀላቀሉ" ያሉት ደግሞ በዚያው በትዊተር መንደር ሮራ ሐባብ ናቸው። 
Eritrea Präsident Isayas Afewerki (picture-alliance/dpa)

ደስአለ በበኩላቸው "እኛ ዝም ብለን ስራ እየሰራን ገንዘብ በመላክ ቤተሰቦቻችንን እና ዘመዶቻችንን እንድንረዳ እና ከፖለቲካው ገሸሽ እንድንል ተነገረን። ተከፋፈልን፤ ተዳከምን አሁን ግን በቃ። ተነስተናል" ሲሉ የኤርትራ ገዢ ፓርቲ ሥልጣን መልቀቅ እንዳለበት ፅፈዋል። ሕሩይ ኪዳኔ የተባሉ ሌላው የዘመቻው ተሳታፊ በሳዋ ወታደራዊ ማሰልጠኛ የገጠማቸውን በትዊተር አጋርተዋል። ሕሩይ "ለመጀመሪያ ጊዜ በሳዋ ፌስቲቫል ሲዘጋጅ ከውጭ አገራት የመጡ ተማሪዎችን ለማስደሰት እንደ አስመራ ኤክስፖ ያሳመርንው እኛ ጭቁኖቹ ተማሪዎች ነበርን። በጣም የሚያሳዝነው ነገር በበረዱ የቀዘቀዘ ውሐቸውን እየጠጡ እኛን ቁልቁል ያዩን ነበር"ሲሉ ያለፉበትን በፅፈዋል። 

በትግሪኛ ይኣክል የሚል መጠሪያ የተሰጠው ዘመቻ በውጭ የሚኖሩ ኤርትራውያንን ጭምር ከሁለት የከፈለ ሆኖ ይታያል። ፊኒ ፌሊቴ በተሰኘ ስም በትዊተር መልዕክታቸውን ያሰፈሩ አንድ ሰው "በዘመቻው የሚሳተፉ ሰዎች አይረቡም። በሱዳን የተፈጠረውን አሳዛኝ ሁኔታ ዘመቻቸውን ለማጠናከር መጠቀማቸው ያሳዝናል" ሲሉ ወቅሰዋል። ፍሪ ኤርትራ በሚል ስም ሌላ የትዊተር መንደር ተጠቃሚ "በሁለት የተለያየ ዓለሞች ውስጥ መኖራችን እጅግ የሚያሳዝን ነው። ለሶስት ቀናት የወታደራዊ ማሰልጠኛ ሕይወትን መቋቋም የማይችሉ ሥልጣን ላይ ያለውን መንግሥት ሲደግፉ ማየት ያሳዝናል። ከእውነታው እጅግ ተገንጥለዋል" ሲሉ በኢሳያስ አፈወርቂ ደጋፊዎች እና በነቃፊዎቹ መካከል ያለውን ልዩነት ጠቁመዋል። 

በነገራችን ላይ በሳምንቱ መጀመሪያ በስነ-ፅሁፍ የኖቤል ሽልማት አሸናፊው ናይጄሪያዊ ወሌ ሾይንካን ጨምሮ 103 የአፍሪካ ሰዎች ለፕሬዝዳንት ኢሳያስ አፈወርቂ ደብዳቤ ፅፈው ነበር። የዴሞክራሲ አቀንቃኞች፣ የጸረ-ሙስና ዘማቾች፣ ጋዜጠኞች እና ጸሐፊያን ጭምር ለፕሬዝዳንቱ በላኩት ደብዳቤ በኤርትራ በእስር ላይ የሚገኙ ዜጎች ጉዳይ እንደሚያሳስባቸው ገልጸዋል። ኤርትራ ሐሳብን በነፃነት የመግለፅን ጨምሮ በተለያዩ ሰብዓዊ መብቶች ከሌሎች የአፍሪካ አገሮች ወደ ኋላ መቅረቱን የገለጹት ጸሐፊዎቹ ኢሳያስ አፈወርቂ ከፈቀዱ ወደ አስመራ ጎራ ብለው ለመነጋገር ጥያቄ አቅርበዋል። 


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"ይአክል" አብ ሲኤን ኤን እንክቃላሕ


Thank You Our African Brothers and Sisters
Bereket Habte Selassie
Emeritus Distinguished Professor of African Studies and Professor of Law
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Fellow, African Academy of Sciences

Image result for Professor Bereket BBCThe Open Letter our African brothers and sisters wrote to Eritrea's Head of State, Isaias Afwerki, is a breath of fresh air in the stale atmosphere of African politics and diplomacy. It came on the 55th Anniversary of the establishment of the OAU (the predecessor of the African Union), which falls one day after Eritrea's Independence Day, and it thus carries a poignant symbolic significance. It signifies a Pan-Africanist spirit as well as reflecting a spirit of liberation that had given birth to a new African nation, following a long and arduous struggle. It is a simple message, simply expressing a wish to visit Eritrea and requesting the President to allow such a visit, which includes visits to meet with government Ministers as well as prisoners, including journalists, who had been locked up without any legal process for over seventeen years, just for daring to exercise their civil and constitutional rights.

Speaking for myself, having been privileged to have known some of the people who wrote the letter, including Professor Wole Soyinka, whom I consider a good friend, I was not surprised when news of the letter hit the headlines; but I was thrilled and most grateful that Africa had come to the rescue, that the Pan-Africanist spirit was invoked in defense of our people's rights. I was also pleased that the letter was couched in polite, diplomatic language, avoiding preaching and any hint of high-mindedness. The letter even made reference to problems some of their own nations were facing, but that Eritrea's predicament of total denial of elementary human rights, and deadly isolation, is beyond the pale. Hence the timely and welcome intervention of our African brothers and sisters whose conscience has been pricked and who had waited long to see changes that did not come. And, after years of hope for change, they decided to intervene in a desperate effort to induce change of behavior from Eritrea's leader.

The dominant sentiment of the letter is a deep-rooted concern for the plight of the Eritrean people, and a Pan-Africanist spirit of solidarity with a people that the writers of the letter considered (and called) heroic. The writers expressed their ardent desire to see them and their country emerge form isolation and join the family of fellow African peoples.

Will Mr. Isaias Afwerki respond positively to the requests of the writers of the letter? Judging by the desoerate comments of the propaganda machine that appeared in the government website, which reflects a knee-jerk reaction by the regime's Department of Information, it would be unwise to expect anything better. Having been a member of the G-13, and knowing him as I do, I have no illusion that Isaias will respond positively. The G-13, a group of Eritrean scholars and other professionals, had pleaded with him to make peace with his colleagues in the government and erstwhile comrades-in-arms (during the armed struggle) and agree to implement the ratified constitution that he had suppressed. He refused and when they persisted by calling for the convening the Congress of the governing party, he proceeded to arrest and detain them. They have been in detention and incommunicado ever since, and many have either died or suffered bodily and mental harm.

The important point is that all of Africa, has turned its gaze on Eritrea, through the eloquent pens of its men of letters, and democracy and human right s activists. In other words, Africa's needed awareness of Eritrea's tragic plight has been expressed by its voices of conscience. We cannot have wished for more.

So, we say:



Bereket Habte Selassie

Emeritus Distinguished Professor of African Studies and Professor of Law

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Fellow, African Academy of Sciences


Eritrea interferes in Sudan's internal affairs?

Press Statement

    Press Statement on the occasion of the visit of Lt. General Abdul'Fattah Al'Burhan; Chairman of the Transitional Military Council

For over thirty years, Sudan's National Congress Party ' an adjunct and continuation of the Islamic Movement ' inflicted unparalleled damage in the country thereby creating a vacuum.  The following few and major events illustrate the gravity of the prevalent situation:


* Pushing South  Sudan to opt for secession and precipitating a situation of recurrent tension;

* Perpetuating and micro'managing the problems in Darfur, Kordofan, Blue Nile, the East and other areas;

* Inducing the proliferation of over 120 political organizations and parties in order to divide and weaken them and thereby prolong its rule;

* Impoverishing the Sudan - potentially a breadbasket  - and causing it to suffer chronic bread shortages;

* Installing a corrupt and kleptocratic regime in stark contrast to its pronounced agenda of "advocacy for the deprived and promotion of social justice";

* Not only has it caused Sudan's debt to skyrocket to over 50 billion US dollars, but it also plunged the country into spiraling  economic crisis;

* Pursuing a reckless regional policy of sowing discord.  This was manifested by, among other things, the regime's harbouring of Bin La Den and Al'Qaida; ... giving safe'haven to Carlos; involvement in the attempted assassination of (former Egyptian President) Housni Mubarak in Addis Abeba (OAU Summit);... the propping up of "Eritrean Jihad" who were trained and involved in Afghanistan;...its support to Jihad movements against Libya, Chad and Egypt respectively; as well as hosting, promoting and serving as a springboard for destructive regional agendas and alliances.  The regime had thus become the principal actor in stoking regional conflicts and destabilization;

The ensuing vacuum created by the regime's policies tested the patience and tolerance of the people of the Sudan.  In the event, the entire people of the Sudan managed, in unison, to overcome all obstacles and usher in a new, historic, phase through a spontaneous uprising.  The Sudanese people are today earnestly engaged in formulating their own road'map for a durable arrangement that transcends the challenges of the current transitional phase.  And this is being achieved without pretentious external interventions. 

In view of the historic and robust bondage between the peoples of Eritrea and the Sudan, the Eritrean people have also been victimized by the negative consequences of the regime's reckless and destructive policies.  This is indeed why war was declared on the Eritrean people without any justification whatsoever.  The border between the two countries was then closed whimsically using the "declaration of emergency" as a pretext.  In the circumstances, the Government of Eritrea expresses its admiration and support to the patience and patriotism of the Sudanese people.  Aware of its obligations that stem from the historic ties of the two peoples, the Government of Eritrea pledges its full and unequivocal support to the Transitional Military Council in its efforts to shoulder its responsibilities at this crucial phase of transition.

Ministry of Information
14 June 2019

Eritrea responds to "Open Letter" to the Eritrean President by African writers and activists; refused to extend invitation to visit the country

"African Voices": political cherry picking at its worst!

Early this week, a motley network of African writers and journalist wrote an open letter to President Isaias Afwerki expressing concern on what they termed as "continued detention of Eritrean journalists and activists, migration of youth and...the isolation of Eritrea from the larger African family".

To impart a semblance of "balance", the writers also expressed their "most sincere congratulations to Eritrea" for "its normalization of diplomatic relations with Ethiopia".

The timing and rather inappropriate medium of communication that they selected to convey their views to the Government of Eritrea provoke profound questions of purpose and intent.  But we would rather focus, at this point in time, on the issues they have raised than wasting time second'guessing their underlying motives.

June is a very solemn month for all Eritreans in all walks of life.  June 20th is Martyrs Day!  

Due to the travesty of justice and flagrant breaches of international law at various junctures of their history, the people of Eritrea were compelled to pay enormous sacrifices in the past 60 years.  The human toll has been staggering and unparalleled relative to the small size of Eritrea's population.  These figures say it all:  65,000 freedom fighters martyred in the three'decades long liberation war (1961'1991); more than 20,000 of Eritrea's best sons and daughters lost their lives in the subsequent border war (1998'2000)  as well as its sequel in the past two decades as Ethiopia pursued wanton policies of belligerence and "regime change".  

June is thus a month of somber reflection on the myriad injustices that were meted on Eritrea by a constellation of major powers and their local surrogates for over six decades.  It is a month of commemoration for the high price paid and arduous trajectory blazed simply because Eritrea's inalienable national rights were perceived as incompatible with, and had to be compromised on, the altar of "higher" geostrategic interests of major global powers.

In all these difficult decades, "voices of conscience" in the wider international community ' and especially African voices; official or otherwise  ' were conspicuous for their absence and deafening silence.  In the case of African voices, the apathy persisted even in the past 16 years when Ethiopia flagrantly flouted Africa's sacrosanct principle of the sanctity of colonial boundaries and continued its occupation of sovereign Eritrean territories in contravention of the final and binding arbitral ruling of the Eritrea'Ethiopia Boundary Commission of 13 April 2002.

Peace has been achieved at long last now after Ethiopia belatedly accepted the EEBC decision and agreed to implement it fully.  This is indeed the backdrop of the Joint Declaration of Peace and Friendship between Eritrea and Ethiopia signed in Asmara on July 9 last year.

Peace is extremely dear to Eritrea.  Needless to emphasize, those who cherish peace most are those who have been affected most by its absence; by the attendant prevalence of war.  This was acutely felt in Eritrea for the past six decades.  Indeed, in the past 57 years from 1961 until 2018, the only time the country enjoyed durable peace to funnel its undivided attention and resources to nation building was the short, seven'year, interlude from 1991 until 1998; in the immediate aftermath of the historic victory of the liberation struggle.  

Eritrea is now focused on consolidating the hard'won peace process underway.  It is earnestly working to recoup lost time and opportunity to address critical issues of nation'building ' in all its dimensions ' with a redoubled sense of purpose and urgency.  Formulation of appropriate policies, their prioritization and sequencing, as well as timelines of implementation are serous tasks that fall within the purview and prerogatives of the Government and people of Eritrea alone.  Maintenance of the independence of its policies and ownership of its national developmental programmes are in fact cardinal principles that the GOE subscribes to strongly.  

Despite attempts to isolate and muzzle Eritrea by certain powers, Eritrea has and currently enjoys the support of many, including Africans, at international forums.  Eritrea has vast diplomatic ties and representations in virtually all continents.  Suffice to mention a couple of recent examples: Eritrea's election (167 states) to the UN Human Rights Council and its assumption of the Chairmanship of the Khartoum Process that deals with migration and human trafficking issues. 

Eritrea is making modest contributions in these forums. More importantly, Eritrea is playing a widely acknowledged, active, and constructive role for regional peace, stability and economic integration.  

The provision of education for all and health for all, achievement of food and water security in difficult circumstances of war and relentless belligerency, attest to the government's commitment to improve the lives of its people. Eritrea's commitment is evidenced by its achievement of all health'related UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Much needs to be done, and with the new found peace, no doubt Eritrea will fulfill the aspirations and dreams of her people, to develop their war'torn nation. 

In as far as" migration of youth" is concerned, there is vast literature in the public domain on the dominant and politicized pull'factors that have spurred it in the first place.  The granting of "automatic political asylum to all Eritreans" by certain European countries, with the UNHCR at the helm, was indeed designed to weaken Eritrea's defense capabilities by "weaning its youth from the National Service".   Other domestic push factors pale in impact in terms of this externally'driven and politicized pull'factor.

The authors of the open letter also allude to "continued detention of journalist and other activists".  Here again, the painful events of sedition that transpired at a crucial time during the border war are well known, documented and available in the public domain.  To feign ignorance of these facts is disingenuous or irresponsible.

The majority of the signatories have undoubtedly been influenced by the narratives on Eritrea produced over the last 20 years.  None of them have firsthand knowledge of, or have ever visited, the country.  When one skims through the list, there is not even a single individual who has penned one single article on the predicaments of Eritrea in all those decades when it faced enormous existential threats.  

Another poignant fact that we must recall is the tendency of external powers to instrumentalize "African voices" to implement their policies of subversion.  In the case of Eritrea, both the UNSC sanctions (2009/2011) and the UNHRC resolutions (2012) of harassment were adopted using African Trojan horses as "key sponsors".  One wonders whether a similar gimmick is on the offing in this case too.  Particularly as some of the individuals in the list have murky associations with certain powers.

Be that as it may, Eritrea's motto has been, "Come and See".  Eritrea is open to all those with genuine interest in understanding the country, its people and its leadership.  Otherwise, Eritrea's "rightful place in the family of African nations", achieved and preserved through the blood, sweat and sacrifice of her children, remains intact.


13 June 2019

Last Updated (Thursday, 13 June 2019 07:01)


Open letter to Eritrea's president: Let us visit detained activists and journalists

Your Excellency, President Isaias Afwerki:

We write to convey our most sincere congratulations upon your country's normalisation of diplomatic relations with Ethiopia. This is a development much appreciated by all Africans of goodwill.We write to you in our capacity as citizens of Africa to pledge our unequivocal solidarity with all the people of Eritrea. This includes the many Eritreans we see enduring all manner of risk and suffering in search of a better life outside their homeland. 
We acknowledge that we too hail from nations with varying governance and developmental challenges.  We write to you, in the spirit of Pan'African solidarity, to seek common solutions to our shared problems.
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30 ትካላት ተጣበቕቲ ሰብኣዊ መሰላት፣ ብዛዕባ ኤርትራ ናብ ባይቶ ሰብኣዊ መሰላት ደብዳቤ ጽሒፈን

Radio Erena: 12 June 2019

30 ትካላት ተጣበቕቲ ሰብኣዊ መሰላት፣ ብዛዕባ'ቲ ኣብ ኤርትራ ዘሎ ኩነታት ሰብኣዊ መሰላት ብዝምልከት ናብ ባይቶ ጸብኣዊ መሰላት ሕቡራት ሃገራት ደብዳቤ ጽሒፈን።

እተን ኣህጉራውያንን ሃገራውያንን ትካላት ኣብቲ ብ11 ሰነ ዝጸሓፈኦ ደብዳቤ፣ ባይቶ ሰብኣዊ መሰላት ኣብ ዘካይዶ ስሩዕ ኣኼብኡ፣ ብዛዕባ ኩነታት ሰብኣዊ መሰላት ኤርትራ ምቁጽጻርን መጽናዕትን ክካየድን ጸብጻባት ብስሩዕ ክቐርብን ክቕጽሎ ሓቲተን።

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ክቡር ፕረዚደንት ኢሳያስ ኣፍወርቂ፡
ነዚ ንጽሕፈልካ ዘሎና ነቲ ሃገርካ ምስ ኢትዮጵያ ዝነበራ ዲፕሎማስያዊ ርክበ ናብ ንቡር ናይ ምምላስ ዝወስደቶ ስጉምቲ ካብ ልብና ዝመንጨወ ናይ ዮሃና መልእክቲ ከነብጽሓልካ ንፈቱ። እዚ ኣገዳሲ ምዕባለ ብኹሎም ደለይቲ ሰናይ ኣፍሪቃውያን ምስጋና ዝረከበ ንኡድ ስራሕ እዩ!!
ነዚ ጽሑፍ ነዳልዎ ዘሎና ከም ዜጋታት ኣፍሪቃ መጠን ምስ መላእ ህዝቢ ኤርትራ ዘሎና ዘየማትእ ምሕዝነት ንምግላጽ እዩ። እዚ ድማ ነቶም ካብ ሃገሮም ወጻኢ ንሓደጋን ስቓይን ተቓሊዖም ራህዋ ኣብ ምቑማት ዘለው ኤርትራውያን ዘካተት እዩ። ንሕና ‘ውን ካብ ዝተፈላለያ ናይ ምሕደራን ምዕባለን ብዱሆታት ዘለወን ናይ ኣፍሪቃ ሃገ...


ካብ ጽምብል በዓል ነጻነት ናብ ጽምብል በዓል ሓርነት ንስገር፣
ደስበለ መሓሪ፣
" ንቕሎ ኣዴታት ንምድሓን ህዝብን ሃገርን " ዕላምኡ መተካእታ ይኣክል 'ዩ፡

 ኣብዚ ዓመት'ዚ ዝተራእየ ኣበዓዕላ መበል 28 ጽምብል በዓል ነጻነት ብዓቐኑን ዓይነቱን ፍሉይ ምንባሩ ኩሉ ኤርትራዊ ዜጋ፣ደጋፊ ይኩን ተቓዋሚ ዝተገንዘቦ ተርእዮ ምኳኑ ዘይከሓድ ሓቂ ኢዩ። ገለ ክሕጎሰሉን ክዓግበሉን ከሎ ገለ ድማ ክስንብደሉን ክሰግኣሉን ከምዝተራእየ እዉን ባህርያውን ርዱእን ሓቂ ምኳኑ ሓተታ ዘድልዮ ኣይኮነን።

እዚ ዕለትዚ ኣዝዩ ድሙቕ ኮይኑ ክበዓል ዘክኣሎ ምክንያት ናይቲ ዕለት ብልጭታ ዘይኮነስ ፣ ቅድሚኡ ካብ ሓይሎ እዋን ኣትሒዙ ብዝተፈላልየ ወገናት ደለይቲ ፍትሒ ክውሰድ ዝጸንሐ ተበግሶታት ውህሉል ውጽኢት ምኳኑ ብሩህ ኢዩ።

እዚ ዕለትዚ ኣዝዩ ድሙቕ ኮይኑ ክበዓል ዘክኣሎ ምክንያት ናይቲ ዕለት ብልጭታ ዘይኮነስ ፣ ቅድሚኡ ካብ ሓይሎ እዋን ኣትሒዙ ብዝተፈላልየ ወገናት ደለይቲ ፍትሒ ክውሰድ ዝጸንሐ ተበግሶታት ውህሉል ውጽኢት ምኳኑ ብሩህ ኢዩ። ካብ መፈለምታ 2019 ጀሚሩ "ይኣክል" ዝብል ጭርሖ ብዝተወደበን ሰንሰላታዊን መልክዑ ካብ ዝጅምር ኣትሒዙ፣ብውልቅን ብሓባርን ዝተመሓላለፈ መልእክቲ፣ ነቲ ዝጸንሐ ናይ ቃልሲ መስርሕ ናብ ህዝባዊ ምልዕዓል መድርኽ ኣሳጊርዎ እንተተባህለ ካብ ሓቂ ዝረሓቐ ኣይኮነን። እቲ ብውልቅን ብሓባርን (ብጉጅለን) ዝፍኖ ዝነበረ ድምጺ ናይ "ይኣክል" ናይ ብዙሕን እኩብን ህዝቢ ድምጺ ኮይኑ ክቃላሕ ጀሚሩ፣ ይቅጽል 'ውን ኣሎ።ኣብ ዝተፈላለየ ከተማታትን ሃገራትን ዝተካየደ ናይ "ይኣክል" ኣኬባታት ዘርዚርካ ዝውዳእ ኣይኮነን። እዚ ኣኬባታት 'ዚ "ይኣክል" ዝብል ድምጺ ኣብ ምቅላሕ ጥራይ ከይተወሰነ፣ዝተፈላለዩ

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ጋዜጣዊ መግለጺ።
ኣወሃሃዲት ሽማግለ ምንቅስቓስ "ይኣክል" ብምኽንያት ግንቦት 24 ኤርትራውያን ተቐማጦ ሰሜን ኣሜሪካ
4 ሰነ 2019

ኤርትራውያን ተቐማጦ ሰሜን ኣሜሪካ፡ ንፍትሒ ዝቃለስ ህዝባዊ ባይቶ ይኣክል መስሪቶም

እቲ ካብ ግንቦት 24 ክሳዕ ግንቦት 26 ብምኽንያት በዓል ናጽነት ሃገርና ኤርትራ፡ ንሰለስተ መዓልቲ ኣብ ኦምኒሸርሃም ሆተል ዋሺንግተን ዲሲ ዝተኻየደ ሰፊሕ ምንቅስቓስ "ይኣክል" ኤርትራውያን ተቐማጦ ሰሜን ኣሜሪካ፡ ብኣንጸባራቒ ዓወት ተዛዚሙ ኣሎ። በዚ ኣጋጣሚ፡ ኣወሃሃዲት ሽማግለ ናይቲ ምንቅስቓስ፡ ነቲ ካብ ህዝቢ ንህዝቢ ብህዝቢ ዝነበረ፡ ናይ ዝቕጽል መድረኽ ህዝባዊ ቃልሲ ባብ ውን ዘርሓወ፡ ዕዉት ውዕሎ ኤርትራውያን ተቐማጦ ሰሜን ኣሜሪካ፡ ቀጻልነት ዘለዎ መሰረት ኣንጺፉ ብዓወት ከም ዝተዛዘመ፡ ከተፍልጥ ከላ ኤርትራዊ ሓበን ይስምዓ።

ኣወሃሃዲት ሽማግለ ምንቅስቓስ "ይኣክል" ኤርትራውያን ተቐማጦ ሰሜን ኣሜሪካ፡ ነቲ ብምኽንያት በዓል ናጽነት ሃገርና ኤርትራ፡ ብዝተፈላለዩ ኤርትራውያን ሃገራውያን ተቓለስቲ ፍትሕን ካብ ብዙሓት ከተማታት ሕቡራት መንግስታት ኤመሪካን ካናዳን ካብ ህዝቢ ብዝተወከሉ ደለይቲ ፍትሕን ዝተዳለወ ናይ "ይኣክል" ምንቅስቓስ ክትውድብን ክትመርሕን ዝቖመት፡ ሓይሊ ዕማም መርሕነት ኮይና፡ ካብ ዝተፈላለያ ከተማታት ብዝተወከሉ ኤርትራውያን ዝተመስረተት እያ ኔራ።

ቀንዲ ዕላማ ናይቲ ንሰለስተ መዓልታት ኣብ ዋሺንግቶን ዲሲ ዝተኻየደ ንጥፈታት "ይኣክል" ነቶም ካብ ዝተፈላለያ ከተማታት ሕቡራት መንግስታት ኤሜሪካን ካናዳን ዝመጹ ተወከልቲ ህዝባዊ ምንቅስቓሳት ኤርትራውያንን ነቲ ካልእ ሓፋሽ ኤርትራውን ናይ ሓባር ባይታ ብምፍጣር፡ ነቲ ክሳዕ ኣብዚ በጺሑ ዘሎ ቃልሲ ንሓርነትን ፍትሕን ብሓባር ደገፎም ከርእዩን ብዛዕባ ካብዚ ንደሓር ከ እንታይ ይገበር፧ ኣብ ዝብል ወሳኒ ኣርእስቲ ኸኣ ክዘራረቡን ኣንፈት እቲ ተወሊዱ ዘሎ ህዝባዊ ማዕበል ከማእዝኑን ዕድል ክፈጥሩን እዩ ኔሩ። ብተወሳኺ ውን ነቲ ኣብ ውሽጢ ኤርትራ ዘሎ ናይ ለውጢ ምንቅስቓስ ዘለዎም ደገፍን ክፈጥርዎ ንዝደልዩ ምትሕሓዝን ንምርኣይ እዩ ኔሩ።

እቲ ኣብ ዋሺንግቶን ዲሲ ዝተሰላሰለ ናይ "ይኣክል" ሰፊሕ ንጥፈታት፡ ዓርቢ 24 ግንቦት ንግሆ፡ ዓበይትን ምሁራትን ዘለዉዎም ኣዴታትን መንእሰያትን ቆልዑን ዘጠቓለሉ ኣሽሓት ኤርትራውያን ደለይቲ ፍትሒ ኣብ ዝተረኸብሉ፡ ብሰለማዊ ሰልፊ እዩ፡ ካብ ከባቢ ዋይት ሃውስ ጀሚሩ። ድሙቕ ናይ "ይኣክል" ድምጹ እንዳስመዐ ኸኣ ክሳዕ ናብ ቤት ጽሕፈት ኤምባሲ ሃገረ ኤርትራ በጺሑ። ካብኡ ብምቕጻል ከኣ ኣብ ሰዓታት ድሕሪ ቀትሪ፡ ኩሉ ተሳታፋይ ሰለማዊ ሰልፊ ናብቲ ስይምፖዜም ተዳልይሉ ዝነበረ ቦታ ብምብጻሕ ብማሕበረኮም ኤርትራውያን ንፍትሒ ዋሺግቶን ዲሲን ከባቢኣን ናይ እንቛዕ ደሓን መጻኹም ኣቀባብላ ተጌሩሎም። ኣብቲ ሽዑ ምሸት ዝተኻየደ ስይምፖዜም፡ ካብ ዝተፈላለዩ ተቓለስቲ ኤርትራውያንን መራሕቲ ሃይማኖትን ብዛዕባ "ይኣክል" መደረታት ተገይሩ። ተሳተፍቲ ከኣ ክሳዕ እቲ ዝቐጸለ መዓልቲ ዝኸደ፡ ብዛዕባ ምንቅስቓስ "ይኣክልን" ድሕሪ ይኣክል ከ ናበይ፧ ከምኡ ውን ሃገራዊ ዕርቅን ምትካል ቁዋማዊ መንግስቲ ኣብ ኤርትራ ኣብ ዝብሉ ኣርእስትታትን ብሰፊሑ ዘትዮምን ለበዋታቶም ኣቐሚጦምን። ብተወሳኺ ውን ኣብዚ ዕለት እዚ፡ እቶም ካብ 35 ከተማታት ሰሜን ኣሜሪካ ዝመጹ ልዕሊ 90 ተወከልቲ ህዝባዊ ምንቅስቓሳት፡ ናይ ምሉእ መዓልቲ ዕጹው ኣኼባ ብምግባር፡ ነዚ ህዝባዊ ምንቅስቓስ ከመይ ኢልና ኣተሓሒዝና ናብ ቅድሚት ንወስዶ፧ ከመይ ዝበለ ናይ ሓባር መርሕነት ከ ይሃልወና፧ ኣብ ዝብሉ ወሰንቲ ኣርእስትታ፡ ብዑምቀት ዘትዮም። ኣብ መወዳእታ ኸኣ ነቲ ኣንጻር ስርዓት ህግደፍ ተላዒሉ ዘሎ ህዝባዊ ምንቅስቓሳት ብዝሓየለ ክቕጽልዎን ተተሓሒዞም ክሰርሑን ብምውሳን ህዝባዊ ባይቶ ይኣክል ኤርትራውያን ተቐማጦ ሰሜን ኣሜሪካ ዝብል ናይ ሓባር መርሕነት ኣቚሞም ኣለዉ።

በዚ ኣጋጣሚ ኣካያዲት ሽማግለ ንኹሎም እቶም ነዚ ዕዉት ስራሕ ኣብ ሸትኡ ኣብ ምብጻሕ ብፍልጠቶን ንዋቶምን ጉልበቶምን ዘበርከቱ ኩሎም ኤርትራውያንን ዘለዋ ኣኽብሮትን ምስጋናን እንዳገለጸት ንገለገለ እቶም ኣብዚ ውሽጢ ሰለስተ ናይ ስራሕ ኣዋርሓ ዝፈጸመቶም ንኣሽቱ ጌጋታት ምሉእ ይቕሬታ እንዳሓተተት ነዚ ቃልሲ ዘለዋ ምሉእ ደገፍ ከም እንደገና ተረጋግጽ።

ኣወሃሃዲት ሽማግለ ምንቅስቓስ "ይኣክል" ብምኽንያት ግንቦት 24 ኤርትራውያን ተቐማጦ ሰሜን ኣሜሪካ
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 ንመንእሰያት ዘጸለመ ፖለቲካዊ ቅጥፈት ህግደፍ እንክቃላዕ።
"ህዝቢ፡ መንእሰያት፡ ባንደራ ሃገሮም ተወንዚፎም ክብ አቢሎም እንዳኣንበልበሉ፡ "ልዕላውነት ይከበር፡ ዶብና ይተሓንጸጽ ብዘይ ውዓል'ሕደር፡ ስዉኣትና፡ አሰሮም ክንክትል ማሕላ ዝአተናሎም ጀጋኑና እዮም" እንዳበሉ ብኣሻሓት ሰልፊ ክገብሩ ተገንዚቡ እዩ።"

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ህግደፍ ዝሕብኣለን ዝነበረ ፖለቲካዊ ከውልታት፡ መንእሰይ ቅንጥጥ አቢሉ፡ ነተን ህግደፍ ናተይ ኢሉ ንሃልኪ ዝጥቀመለን ዝነበረ መንዚዑ ወሲድወን እዩ። አብ ስደት ዘሎ መንእሰይ"ባንደራና ዶባትና ስዉአትና: ናትና" ይብል እኳ እንተነበረ፡ ህግደፍ፡ ንበዓል ማስቲካን ስመረን አብ ቅድሚት ብምምጻእ፡ ነቲ ብሰንኪ ደረት'አልቦ አገልግሎት: ፍትውቲ ሃገሩን ፍትዋት ስድራ'ቤቱን ጠንጢኑ ናብ ስደት ዘምርሔ መንእሰይ፡ ከም ባንደራ ዘንድድ፡ ልዕላውነት ሃገሩ አሒሊፉ ዝህብ ንስውአት ዘይኽብር ገቢሮም ስሙን ክድውኑ ንሃገር ዘወፈዮ አገልግለቱን ክኽሕዱን ጸኒሖም እዮም። ሎሚ ግን፡ ህዝቢ፡ ዘይጥራጠር'ኳ እንተነበረ፡ እቲ ሓቂ ብዓይኑ ክርእን ብእዝኑ ክሰምዕን ብደቁ ክሕበንን ክኢሉ እዩ።

ንከውልታት ህግደፍ ገፊፉ: አልዩ፡ ብዓውታ፡ ባንደራይ ዶባተይ ልዕላውነተይ ስዉአተይ ይብል ከም ዘሎ አብ ጎዳናታትን ገበላታትን ዒላታትን ማይ ዝቕድሓሉ ቦታን ሃገርና ድሃዩ ከም ዝስማዕ ገሩ እዩ። አብ ባራትን እንዳ ሱዋን እንዳ ሻህን ላተርያን ገዲፍካ ማለት እዩ።

"ርኢኹሞምዶ እዞም ደቅና፡ ወዲ ክስቶ ርእየዮ..." ኮይኑ ዕላል ህዝብና።። ንገለ፡ አብቲ ሰልፍን አኻባን ርኢናኩም እንዳብሉ ካብ ሃገር ስልኪ ደዊሎም ዝዛረቡ ውሑዳት አይኮኑን። ሳላ ዘመናዊ ተከኖሎጂ፡ ብሳታላይት: ብጋህዲ LIVE፡ መንእሰያት ባንደራ ሃገሮም ተወንዚፎም ክብ አቢሎም እንዳኣንበልበሉ፡ ልዕላውነት ይከበር፡ ዶብና ይተሓንጸጽ ብዘይ ውዓል'ሕደር፡ ስዉአታና፡ አሰሮም ክንክትል ማሕላ ዝአተናሎም ጀጋኑና እዮም እንዳበሉ ብኣሻሕት ሰልፊ ክገብሩ ተገንዚቡ እዩ።

ሎሚ ከም ትማሊ ኣይኮነን። ጸርፊ ኪሕ ኢሉና እዩ። እንተ ደልዮም ምስ በዓል ማስቲካ ክጻረፉ ይኽእሉ። ምስቶም ብወያነ ዝምወሉ ዝብልዎም እውን ክራግሑ ይኽእሉ እዮም። ንሕና ግን አብኡ የለናን። ናብ ንቡር ንምምላሰ ዝግበር ዘሎ ቃልሲ መኣዝኑ ንምስሓት ዝግበር ዘሎ ወፍሪ ህግደፍ ንሕና ይአክል ኢልናዮ ኢና። ብዝተውደበ መንግዲ አብ ናይ ማሕበራዊ ሚድያ ይግጠም ክአ አሎ። ናይ 03 መሓውራት፡ መናውራት፡ ሓሶት፡ አብ መንጎ ኤርትራውያን ኣውራጃዊ ምፍልላይ፡ ጽልእን፡ ቅርሕንትን ንምስፍሕፋሕ ዝካየድ ዘሎ ጽዑቕ ናይ ህግደፍ መፈንጠራታት ገጢምናዮ ኢና። ነዚ ነጺግና፡ ናብ ጽምዶን ዘተን ዝርርብን ኢና ንጥምት ዘለና። ደጊም፡ አብ ጽምዶ ምስ ኣሕዋትናን ኣሓትናን ደገፍቲ መንግስቲ ኤርትራ ምእታው እዩ እቲ ላባም አማራጺ መሪጽና ዘለና።

እዞም ኣሕዋትናን ኣሓትናን፡ ናይ ሃገረና ሰሃሮን መከራን ካብና ዘይውሕድ አፍልጦን ስክፍታን ከም ዘለዎም አብ መዓልታዊ ዕላልና ንግንዘብ ኣለና። ንሶም ዝያዳና ይፈልጡ። ናብ ሃገር ስለ ዝመላለሱ። "አይፋልኩምን! እዚ እንዳርኤኹም" መታን ክንብሎም ናብ ጽምዶን ዘተን ዕላልን ዝርርብን ንእቶ። እቲ ዘተን ጽምዶን፡ እቲ ዘይተርፎ ለውጢ ህዱእን ሰላማውን ንክኽወን ክሕግዙ ምምሕጻን ዘጠቓለለ ክኽውን ይግባእ።

ህዝብና ዝለዎ ኣኻባ፡ ሓዘን ሓጎስ፡ ሰሚናር፡ ጓይላ፡ ውራይና እውን ሰለ ዝኾነ፡ ክንሳተፎ ይግባእ። ብህድአት።



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Asmara July 9, 2018