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The Somalia and Eritrea Monitoring Group (SEMG) Report PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 28 February 2011 13:00

The Somalia and Eritrea Monitoring Group (SEMG) Report

The UN Monitoring Group for Somalia says it will publish its full report in July 2011 but once again, in violation of its mandate, has chosen to secretly “distribute” in advance its report on Eritrea, no doubt to prejudice public opinion against Eritrea when the final report is delivered in July. The report undermines the non-partisan nature of the Monitoring Group and its stated mandate. Unfortunately, it continues to regurgitate and present for fact the minority regime in Ethiopia’s version of the truth and ignores verifiable facts right in front of its face. Despite its extensive travel itinerary, 22 countries and “some more than once” and meetings with over one hundred individuals, it fails to produce a coherent report that reflects the true nature of the crisis in Somalia.

EPLF’s Last Journey: From Afabet to Asmara via Massawa in Three Years PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 27 February 2011 12:46

EPLF’s Last Journey: From Afabet to Asmara via Massawa in Three Years

Kidane Eyob

Eritrea won its independence militarily against all the odds, thanks to the gallant EPLF fighters and following a referendum, its independence was legally recognised by the International Community against the wishes of its enemies, thanks to the wisdom of the EPLF leadership. Eritrea survived as an economically viable and politically independent nation in a volatile region in spite of all the conspiracies, sabotages and conflicts and is set to achieve food security and holistic development in 2011 thanks to its people inside the country and in the Diaspora. The icing on Eritrea’s 20th birthday cake is expected to be delicious, thanks to Eritrea’s natural resources such as fish, gold, silver, zinc, copper, lead, cement, potash etc.

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Twenty One Years Ago This Week PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 16 February 2011 12:53

Twenty One Years Ago This Week

By: Yishak Yared

This weekend Eritreans are colorfully celebrating the victorious 21stAnniversary of Operation Fenkil. The ceremony is being held under the maxim “Apiary of Eritrean Independence” in the port city of Massawa where the miracle for liberating the city from the brutal Derg regime has been conducted twenty one years ago this week. Operation Fenkil was one of the series offensives the Eritrean Liberation Forces launched against the huge Derg regime’s army to root it out once and for all from Eritrea and thereby realize the rightful place of the country on the world map.

Unity is Strength PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 03 February 2011 13:05

Unity is Strength

Eritrea’s holistic development and economic emancipation is based on the Golden Principle of 'Political and Economic Independence’; the driving force or engine is its human resources; and the fuel that feeds this engine and gives it the strength required is the unity of the people.

For centuries, Eritreans of different ethnic composition and beliefs have lived together in harmony. However, this harmonious coexistence and mutual respect for each other, of this civilised people was first targeted by the British during the British Military Administration when their well know policy of divide and rule was implemented dividing Eritreans along religious, ethnic and geographical lines in 1940s. Ten years later, the Ethiopian Emperor pursued a more aggressive and divisive policy than that of the British in order to weaken the unity and cohesion of the people and tried to sabotage the birth of an independent Eritrea in the Horn of Africa albeit they all failed miserably.


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