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ኣደይ ጽንዓት

ግንቦት 10: 2020 ኣደይ ጽንዓት ግዒታትለይ ግዓት… ብጽንዓት! ኣይውሓዳን ማይ ኣይውሓዳን ወራድ ማይ ከምዚ ኸማይ ግዳስ… ኣብ ግዜ ምዓት ክነፍዓላ ከምቶም ንፉዓት ክብርትዓላ ከምቶም ብርቱዓት ክበቕዓላ ከምቶም ብቑዓት… ደቃ ዶ/ር ርእሶም ሃይለ ዕንክሊል (2002)

The 2020 Manifesto of Eritrean Scholars and Professionals in the Diaspora

With a government that commits horrific human rights abuses against its own people, plays reckless political games in regional affairs, amidst the ongoing spread of COVID-19 pandemic and a country with one of the weakest health systems, Eritrea is currently exposed to unprecedented humanitarian and political crisis. We, the undersigned 95 Eritrean Scholars and Professionals,

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ኣይትጫረቱና

ኣብ ከብድና ዘይወዓሉ ኣጋይሽ በጻሕቲ ንዓና ዘይመስሉ ነዚ ሓለትና ሓለት ተኸዋሊ ጨጓር ንውሽጢ ልሙድ ንላዕሊ ቀቢኦም . . . ቅብኣ በረከት ዓጊብናሉ ኸኣ ስእላዊ ዕግበት። ቀንጠ-መንጢ ኢደ እግሪ እናመንጠለ መናድቕ ገዛ ድኽነትና ኩባዕ እናዘለለ ስታስቲክስና ሰማይ ምስተሰቕለ ደጊሙ ነብስና ዓጊቡ ማና ጸብጻብ ኣሃዝ ተመጊቡ። ሕጂ ግዜ ምስ ዛረየ ግብሪ እንተጸወየ “ኣንቆልቊሉ. . . ተዋሒጡ ተሃስዩ

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Book Review: The Dynamics of an Unfinished African Dream

Timnet Gedar*  Mohamed Kheir Omer. The Dynamics of an Unfinished African Dream, Eritrea: Ancient History to 1968. Lulu Publishing, 2020. 256 pp. The title of Mohamed Kheir Omer’s book, The Dynamics of an Unfinished African Dream, orients the reader to the activist ethos of his work. Though it is primarily a work of historical analysis,

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ሰለስተ (ኣገደስቲ) መጽሓፍቲ ግጥሚ ተሓዊሰን ኣለዋ’ሞ ከይጋረዳ

ኣብርሃም ተስፋልኡል* 2 መጋቢት 2020 ኣስተማቓሪ እምበር ገጣሚ ዘይምዃነይ፡ ንኸምዚ ዝብል ውልቃዊ ትንታነ ክህብ የኽእለኒን ብመጠኑ ካብ ጸግዕነት የድሕነኒን ኢለ እኣምን። ኣብ ፈለማ ወርሒ ለካቲት 2019፡ ኣብ ኤርትራ ብመገዲ ኣሕተምቲ ሕድሪ ናብ ኣንበብቲ ዝበጽሐት ህያው ደብሪ፡ ትግርኛዊ ቕንየት  ብተስፋማርያም ወልደማርያም ኣብ መኣዝን ስነ-ግጥሚ ኤርትራ ዓባይ ነጥበ-መቐይሮ’ያ። ድሒረን ብመገዲ ኣሕታሚ እምኵሉ ኣብ መወዳእታ ወርሒ ጥቅምቲ 2019

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ኣለኹ!

እታ ወርሒ’ኳ ብጸሊም ደበና ኣካላን ብርሃናን እንተ ተሸፊና ተኸዊላ’ምበር ሞይታ ንብላ ዲና፧   ድብዝዝ እንተ በለት ከም ዝተታኸሰት ብርሃና ከይሕባእ እናተቓለሰት ወትሩ “ኣለኹ” እንድያ ትብል ተስፋ ፈታዊኣ ምእንቲ ኸይቅምስል።   ከምኡ ድማ… እዚ ዒግታ ትኪ፡ ምስ እልቢ ንፋሱ ኣዒንተይ ኣንቢዑ ትንፋሰይ ዓቢሱ ሞተይ ከርእየኒ እንድዩ ተበጊሱ ኣጭኒቑ ኣጭኒቑ ነይተርፍ ምንፋሱ።   ኵልፍ ከብለኒ ዕድመይ ከሕጽረለይ

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Human Rights Day 2019: Abraham Zere’s perspective on Eritrea

Eritrea: Forget “rights” and speak of duties and responsibilities Abraham T. Zere* The concept of “rights” doesn’t meaningfully exist in the state vocabulary of today’s Eritrea. The idea has been replaced by “duty and responsibility.” The state media apparatus constantly pounds into citizens the need to carry out their duties rather than wasting time by

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Human Rights Day 2019: the Eritrean perspective

Daniel Mekonnen Of threshing fields, funerals and Eritrea on International Human Rights Day Tuesday 10 December 2019 or a country like Eritrea, an occasion like International Human Rights Day serves two major purposes. On the one hand, it serves as a stark reminder about the dire state of human rights violations in the country. On

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