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Eritrea: Human rights central to brighter future, says expert

NEW YORK (24 October 2018) – Eritrea’s recent peace deal with Ethiopia is positive for bilateral relations and the region, but much remains to be done on human rights and allowing full participation in rebuilding

NEW YORK (24 October 2018) – Eritrea’s recent peace deal with Ethiopia is positive for bilateral relations and the region, but much remains to be done on human rights and allowing full participation in rebuilding the country, a UN human rights expert said today.

“The Eritrean Government continues to lock up or forcibly disappear dissenting voices, thus silencing analytical discussions and critical debates,” the Special Rapporteur on human rights in Eritrea told the General Assembly. “Without any space for the Eritrean people to participate in shaping the country’s future, there is little scope for progress,” Sheila B. Keetharuth said in a report. “Human rights must be put at the heart of peace.”

The Special Rapporteur said July’s peace declaration ending two decades of conflict between the African nations should be celebrated as potentially improving human rights in Eritrea. “Whether it will also transform the relationship between the Government and the Eritrean people as far as human rights are concerned remains to be seen,” Keetharuth said.

The Special Rapporteur said so far Eritrea’s overall legal and institutional context remains unchanged. She said the country still lacked a constitution and an independent judiciary and had no legislative assembly or institutionalised checks and balances protecting citizens from abuse of state power. An environment without free press or avenues for citizens to express their opinions is compounded by non-respect for the rule of law and existence of weak institutions. “The people of Eritrea have seen little improvement in their human rights,” Keetharuth said.

Since the border between Eritrea and Ethiopia opened last month, the number of Eritreans seeking asylum in Ethiopia has spiked. According to the latest UNHCR figures, between 12 September and 12 October 2018, a total of 9,905 refugees were registered.

The average daily rate of arrivals has jumped from 53 to more than 300. A key reason cited for leaving Eritrea continues to be the indefinite military/national service. Despite the peace with Ethiopia, the Eritrean Government is yet to announce if it intends to limit conscription to the statutory 18 months and whether it plans any demobilisation.

The Special Rapporteur said Eritrea should implement its 1997 Constitution to build a solid national legal framework and a society governed by the rule of law. “Such enactment would also demonstrate that Eritrea takes the responsibilities attaching to its membership to the Human Rights Council seriously,” Keetharuth said.

“Eritrean authorities will also need to take stock and account for the violations of the past. Justice and accountability are twin pillars, reinforcing each other, on which peace can be built, strengthened and security achieved,” she said. “The impunity enjoyed by perpetrators of crimes against humanity and human rights violations must be addressed through effective measures, the more so at this particular moment in time, for lasting and sustainable peace.”


** Ms Sheila B. Keetharuth** (Mauritius) was appointed as the first Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Eritrea in October 2012. From 2014 to 2016, she also served as a member of the Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in Eritrea. Since May 2014, Ms Keetharuth has been an expert member of the Working Group on Extractive Industries, Environment and Human Rights Violations of the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights. Until 2012, Ms. Keetharuth was the Executive Director of the Institute for Human Rights and Development in Africa in Banjul, The Gambia. She also worked with Amnesty International in Kampala, Uganda, and as a lawyer and broadcaster in Mauritius. In 2017, Ms Keetharuth was awarded with the Outstanding Alumni Achievement Award by the University of Leicester, in recognition of her human rights work.

_ The Special Rapporteurs are part of what is known as the Special Proceduresof the Human Rights Council. Special Procedures, the largest body of independent experts in the UN Human Rights system, is the general name of the Council’s independent fact-finding and monitoring mechanisms that address either specific country situations or thematic issues in all parts of the world. Special Procedures experts work on a voluntary basis; they are not UN staff and do not receive a salary for their work. They are independent from any government or organization and serve in their individual capacity._


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  • Asmara Eritrea October 27, 2018

    Well done Sheila – a very good article and more crucially a factual one. You have done a wonderful work for the Eritrean people. Who knows a road may be named after you in the centre of Asmara when Isaias returns to his home country of Ethiopia where he belongs.

    The time has come for Eritrea to be led by an Eritrean who feels and understands their daily pain.

    Eritrea Forever, death to diactorship.

    • Dawit October 27, 2018

      We would be very happy if a road is named after madam Sheilla in Eritrea as long as you don’t also ask us your other nefaHito many names to be used on other roads as well! Don’t come back to praise/compliment yourself with your other ridiculous garbage nicks. Stick to your old Sol or Suleiman. Who knows a road may also be named in your Afghanistan as an old taliban.

    • Haben October 27, 2018

      You are absolutely true Asmara Eritrea
      tgat t blood sucker Isaias must be thrown out of our beloved country and send him to jail to serve his remaining years.

  • k.tewolde October 27, 2018

    “The impunity enjoyed by perpetrators of crimes against humanity and human rights violations must be addressed through effective measures, the more so at this particular moment in time, for lasting and sustainable peace.”>>>>>>>> That pretty much caps her superb work and colleagues,yes! she articulated the pain and suffering of fearful and introverted people who can’t speak for themselves.God bless Sheila in whatever noble endeavor you embark on.

    • Dawit October 27, 2018

      Should there be any award or noble price for your non-stop ajewjows nonsense comments and also for defending your old criminal barbaric ELF mendef vigorously? I mean you’ve no shames at all!

    • Gezae October 27, 2018

      Several elements are useful in defining peace. On an individual level, peace may start with having calmness within oneself.

      The Truth will out. So say the sages.
      Yet the lies proliferate- Pages and pages;
      Though the nude politicians parades,
      Their adoring subjects embrace their charades
      Trading reality for reassurance;
      This is not a new occurrence.

      • k.tewolde October 27, 2018

        “Their adoring subjects embrace their charades”…..I couldn’t agree more,rings a bell? She did what you can’t do for your people Gezae,give her a credit,she even got roughed up by the adi halo regimes hired hands,it is a shame,how low can they go bringing their stale laundry to the free world.

        • Gezae October 27, 2018


          Had I given vent to your emotions and what you are really feeling inside. Brother,

          What are saying Dr. Sheila is a hired UN employee which is in other word a USA mouthpiece and does not need any credit from any one. She doing her BIG CHECKS. Do not fool innocent Eritreans. This is her profession, necessity and her daily bread. So do not try to make her a dear and Godly lady. She is not saintly than you and your friends made a prejudicial assumptions of her.


          • k.tewolde October 28, 2018

            “ in other word a USA mouthpiece” and you live in the USA and you gonna enjoy an American ball game in a big American TV screen?! if the white nationalists happen to read your post..? You are one discombobulated person,BTW,I am a Canes fan which are working their way to bring the swag back.

        • HdriswuE halalmariet October 28, 2018


          I hope you know Gezae is isaias afewek’s die hard supporter for long long time.He is here to cover up and rationalize the Genocide isaias and his jackals have been perpetrating on genuine Eritreans with impunity.
          Their mantra—–‘Woyane invasion, woyane occupied Eritrean land etc etc—– have been their contrived ploy. The truth is they are woyane themselves and the 1998 war was a contrived war to bring about the current decimation of our country and our people, of which the evidences speak for themselves:

          1.. the alleged flash point of the war, Badme, had been deliberately handed over to woyane in 1985 for this purpose.
          2. Isaias afewerk did not notify UNSC as international law demands before the alleged counter offensive. Neither did he invite international media to witness the incident. As a matter of fact, just after he ordered the army to start the war, he left for Saudi Arabia
          3. He could not provide any evidences to support his claim of woyane invasion when asked by Eritrean Ethiopian Claim commission, who subsequently found him guilty of starting the war
          4. He singlehandedly conducted the war excluding all the war tested Eritrean military Generals and purposely led Eritrea to defeat.
          5. Allowed woyane troops to penetrate deep into Eritrean territory and attacked Eritrean GashBarka Fronts from their rearguard with devastating consequences
          5. He ordered Eritrean Asseb Front to withdraw. Had they complied Asseb would have fallen to woyane hands.
          6. He ordered Eritrean Zalambesa Front to prematurely abandon their position under the pretext of peace and exposed them to be slaughtered by woyane soldiers..

          It is not by accident either but by design that the presidential advisor, the minister of information, the security minister, the economic de facto minister etc. are all of tigrai descent like isaias himsel. Obviouly, these are the tip of the iceberg. Very soon in the wake of his demise, we will know how much our country has been usurped by these enemies. Lucky Ethiopia has already been freed of these vermins. We will too. We Shall Triumph, No Doubt Very Soon.

          • k.tewolde October 29, 2018

            H.h. dearest, vermins is not the word,they played the people like a violin,like talata waraga,took them to the market and sold and resold them again and again and when they were done with them,they discarded them like a piece of dirty rug.Now the vermin knows the vermin and they are already hunting each other and no doubt very soon like you said the pristine land from which me and you sprouted will be sterilized from them clean and the stench of death will dissipate and will be replaced by the scent of fresh orchards and groves of life,liberty and serenity and the people will scream at the top of their lungs,”THANK GOD ALMIGHTY ,WE’RE FREE AT LAST!!!”

  • Gezae October 27, 2018

    I am/do not arguing/argue there are/were not Human rights problems in Eritrea. But I just am arguing the way Dr. Sheilla is held and treating the Human rights in Eritrea. As we all understand Human rights:

    Human rights are the rights possesses simply because he or she is a human being and are held by all persons equally, universally, and forever. Human rights are indivisible. Human rights are interdependent: all human rights are part of a complementary framework.
    To violate someone’s human rights is to treat that person without dignity as though she or he were not a human being; the same to treat one country and government, and leaders. To advocate for human rights is to demand that the human dignity of all people, country and government be respected. In claiming these human rights, everyone also accepts the responsibility not to infringe on the rights of others and to support those whose rights are abused or denied.
    Human rights are both inspirational and practical. Human rights principles hold up the vision of a free, just, and peaceful. We experience our human rights every day when we worship; when we debate and criticize government policies; when we travel to other parts of the country or overseas. Although we usually take these actions for granted, people both here in our country and in other countries do not enjoy all these liberties equally.

  • Gezae October 27, 2018

    Human rights violations occur when a parent abuses a child, when a family is homeless, when a school provides inadequate education, when women are paid less than men, or when one person steals from another and as the same way trafficking humans in the name of human rights and so on. Thus I believe human rights are an everyday issue and national and international law recognizes all these cases.

    Hence, if you/we witness law enforcement or other government actors violating these rights, there are a number of things you/we can do to stop the violations. Your/our ability to trigger a change in policy or prevent further human rights violations depends to a large extent on getting other governments and international organizations to take an interest in the problem solving genuinely
    However, as highlighted in the report, how protection is operationalized in practice is contested in certain contexts. The challenge is to devise strategies to ensure that in all circumstances the protection of human rights and engagement in humanitarian action are mutually reinforcing rather than traded off against the government of Eritrea biased with. And these perceived dilemmas and corresponding procedures for her all responses explicitly. To this end, a reiteration and further strengthening extending to the Woyane type regime change by the Shella ways of protection the human rights in Eritrea affected and sharpness the crises is very crucial

  • Tiblets October 27, 2018

    This brave and courageous woman is advocating on behalf of our oppressed young and old Eritreans because she could clearly see that there are no REAL committed Eritreans around. All the diaspora so-called opportunist opposition Eritreans are just waste of time only and always just beating the drums with empty rhetoric and monkey noises. Furthermore, I don’t think she/Sheila is doing what she is doing for fame or any financial gains like some on Assena.

    • Sol October 27, 2018

      Tiblets, the problem of the opposition is that some of them are really opportunist and malicious pretending that they are opposing the regime while they promote the main tool of the mafia regime which is regionalism and sectarianism.

    • Gezae October 27, 2018

      Dr. Sheila is a hired UN employee and as we all know the UN is not be a free entity. As we all know the UN is funded by members’ dues, which are based upon each country’s individual wealth and ability to pay. The United States is the largest contributor to the UN, paying 22% of the organization’s regular assessed budget. Thus, due to unpropitious pays and other cases the roles and regulations of the UN are constantly challenged.

      In other words the United Nations human rights machinery system is at risk of abuse due to the many pressures arising from concurrent delegates warned, as they debated the Organization’s special procedures and mandates.To use these criteria is obviously difficult. There are clearly no powers common to all nations insofar is different, and the powers that are attributed implication will therefore enormousness
      Instead dialogue should be conducted on the basis of equality and mutual learning pursued in an open, inclusive manner, the politics surrounding human rights instruments is/was addressed by Super power’s representative. Hence, since the Eritrea’s cases notably turning from the broader political context and then the chaotic flux of migration had reinforced the operating of the specific situations that United Nations special procedures sought to address the problem must be seen as a consequence of the very special characteristics of regional situation. However, Sheila played/is playing double standards on human rights issues, and interference in Eritrean affairs under these pretexts.


      • Simon G. October 27, 2018

        ህዝቡ ሕሰም መከራ ዝምነ ወዲ ድያብሎስ ዩ
        ህዝቡ ሞት ዝትምነ ሓሳድ’ዩ
        ንህዝቡ ስደትን መቕዘፍትን ዝትምነ ትንፋሱ ብዕጣን ጋኔን ዝተዓጥነ ዩ
        ስኻ በዚ ዝገለጽክዎ ዝተሃንጸ ነብሲ ሒዝካ ትዛወር ሰብ ኢኻ
        ስጋኻ ኣሪጉ ሓንጎልካ ኣብ ወዲ 8ተ ዓመት ደው ዝበለ: ኣረሜን ትበሃል
        ብደውካ ዝሞትካ በድኒ ኢኻ።

        • Gezae October 28, 2018

          Here’s the harsh truth: People can only treat you in ways you allow. In essence, please be courteous to others. Attack ideas, not users. Personal insults, shill or troll accusations, hate speech, any advocating or wishing death/physical harm, and others fearlessness the signs of frustration. So, if you are settling for someone’s poor treatment or halfway efforts, you are silently telling them,

          Thank you. This is how I want you to treat me, and I like it. More, please.” Again and again thanks, you have penned a very meaningful poem, well done. I am kidding

          They ask me what’s up/ what is wrong?? I say it is all OK, fine!!
          I don’t want them to worry
          Because tomorrow will be another story
          They will think something happened outside
          If they don’t see me in here awhile
          Maybe something I should tell
          I just hurting people of not doing well
          But I thought act like happy people
          Everything to be seen OK and fine
          Since they don’t care what I look like inside
          But may be I do, my needs to hide
          I stayed happy as I could be
          For friends are temporary, changes will take awhile
          They never guess I wear a fake smile

          • Danilo October 28, 2018

            Gezae,you can make fake smile seeing the death of people including the distraction of our beloved country for the sake of Dia and your self.while human rights are violated. Imagine and reflect should be your tool. Don’t forget that your comments are useless than constructive.

  • aditekelezan October 27, 2018

    እዚ ኹሉ ዝዝርዘር ዘሎ ግፍዕታት , በረኸኛታት ተኮስቲ ካብ ዝነበሩሉ ጊዜ ዝጀመረ እዩ. ሺላ ተቃናብሮ ዘላ ጸብጻብ ኣንጻር መንግስቲ ኤርትራ ዝጥቀሙሉ ኢሳያስ ኣንዳዕዲዑ ጽኑዕ ምስ ጥቕሚ ኣሜሪካን ምዕራብን ዝጻረር መርገጽ ምስ ዝወስድ እዩ. ኢሳያስ ድማ ዓሻ ኣይኮነን ብኣፉ ኣሜሪካ እዚ,ሲኣይኤ እቲ እንተበለ ካብ መገዶም ኣይወጽእን እዩ. ነዚ ኣንቢብና ተስፋ ንገብር, ከምቲ ወኻርያ ፍረነብሲ ብዕራይ ጠልጠል ኢሉ ክወድቕ ዝደለየ ስለዝመስል ካብ ሕጂ ሕጂ ወደቐ ኢላ 27 ዓመት ንብላሽ ዝተኸተለቶ ከይንኸውን. ናይቲ ለውጢ ብዓል ቤት ንሕና ክንከውን ኣለና. ንመጀመርያ ጊዜ ኤርትራዊ ቃልሲ ንጀምሮ ቀልጢፍና ድማ ነጠናቖቆ.እቲ road mapጽባሕ ክዝርዝሮ ክጅምርየ .
    ምስ ኤረ ኩሕሎ ንዘልኣለም

  • aditekelezan October 28, 2018

    እዋእ እታ ጸርፊ ይኹን ብዕልግና ዘይነበራ ምሃሪት ርእይቶይ ድኣ ተደምሲሳ ? ዘይትዓዘብኩዎ መስመሩ ዝስሓተ ዝጽሓፍኩዎ ጥቕስታት ኔሩ ክኸውን ኣለዎ . next time . In any case thank you for all the opportunities assena.

  • aditekelezan October 29, 2018

    “ሰመረ ርእሶም ንወያነ የጽብበሎም ኣሎ”

    ክቡራት ደቂ ኣሰና ,
    ዝኾነት ማዕከን ዜና ከየውጽኣቶ እቲ ወትሃደራት ናብ ቤት መንግስቲ ኣትዮም ንኣቢይ ክረኽብዎ ከለዉ ገንዘብ ውሒድዎም ቅጫ ረቒቕዎም ዝብሃል ዘሎ ሓሶትዩ ወያነ ዝልኣኾም ኦነግ ክገብርዎ ዝትሓስበ ዕልዋ ሰመረ ርእሶም ዘዳለዎም እሙናት ወትሃደራት ንኣቢይ ክካላኸሉ ከም ዝኸዱ ገሊጸልኩም ኔረ,ጸኒሑ ባዕሉ ኣቢይ መፈንቅለ መንግስቲ እዩ ተሃቂኑለይ ኔሩ ኢሉኩም.
    ሕጂ ድማ ሃጸይ ኢሳያስ ሃገሩ ኢትዮጵያ ከይትፈርሶ ኢሉ ዝልኣኾ ኤርትራዊ ሞሳድ , ሰመረ ርእሶም ተኣሞራታት ይሰርሕ ኣሎ. እዚ ኣብዚ ቐረባ ኣብ ራያ ቆቦ ዝተገብረ ጸረ ወያነ ሃውኪ ሰመረ ከም ዘቃናበሮ እሙናት ምንጭታተይ ሓቢሮምኒ. ካልእ ንወያነ ዓቢ ጽፍዒት ዝሃቦም ኣብ ዓፋርን ጋምቤላን እዩ. ንሽሙ ድኣ እምበር ናይ ቀጥታን ተዘዋዋሪን ኣመሓደርቱ/በዝበዝቱ ወያነ እዮም ኔሮም. ካልእ ሓይሊ ትግራይ ከይመጾም ከም መከላኸሊ (buffer zone) ዝጥቀሙሉ ዝነበሩ ክልላት እዩ. ሰመረ ነተን ክልላት ብሰላማዊ ሰልፊ ዑንቂ ጌሩ ነቶም ፕሮ ወያነ ዝነበሩ መሪሕነት ኣውሪድዎም ኣሎ,ንሰመረ ጸንኪራቶ ዘላ ቤንሻንጉል ትብሃል ክልል እያ. ጸረ ኣምሓራን ኦሮሞን ብርቱዕ ጽልኢ ስለዘሎ ብጥልቂ እናጽንዓ ይርከብ!!! ሓድሽ ሓበሬታ ምስ በጽሓኒ ክሕብረኩም እየ. እዚ ሎሚ ኣብ 10 ከተማታት ኣምሓራ ዝተገብረ ሃሳስ ሰላማዊ ሰልፊ ግን ሰመረ ኢድ የብሉን ባዕላቶም ኣምሓሩ ዘዳለዉዎ እዩ. እታ ሞሳድ ሰመረ ዝበርትዔት ዝሰርሓላ ንወያነ ኣብ ቱሽቱሾም ኣትዩ ኣብ ራያ ዝገበሮ ስርሒት እዩ ወያነ ንመንግስቲ ክልል ኣምሓራ ኣጠንቂቖም ብሕቡእ ኣብ ዝገበርዎ ኣኼባ ግን ኢድ ሃጸይ ኢሳያስ ከም ዘለዉ ይፈልጡ እዮም. ንዕኣ ግን ሳግላ ብላዕ ኣይትቕላዕ እዮም ጌሮማ. ተቓወምቲ ሓይልታት ንሰመረ ርእሶም ከም ሓራዲ 72 /ሓለዋ ሰውራ እዮም ዝገልጽዎ

  • Gezae October 29, 2018


    Security Council Committee on Somalia and Eritrea Considers Final Reports of Its Monitoring Group
    On 12 October 2018, the Security Council Committee pursuant to resolutions 751 (1992) and 1907 (2009) concerning Somalia and Eritrea held informal consultations to consider the final reports of the Somalia and Eritrea Monitoring Group (SEMG), submitted pursuant to paragraph 48 of resolution 2385 (2017). The Committee further discussed the recommendations contained in the final report on Somalia. Both final reports are expected to be transmitted to the Security Council on 8 November 2018. Committee members expressed appreciation and support for the work of the SEMG.

    The Committee also held an exchange of views with the delegations of Somalia and Eritrea, respectively.

    During the course of the discussions, Committee members welcomed the efforts of the Federal Government of Somalia in complying with the partial lifting of the arms embargo and encouraged reinforcing those efforts, including by strengthening cooperation with the SEMG.

    Committee members recalled that the arms embargo served to limit the flow of weapons to Al-Shabaab, which remains a threat to the peace and stability of Somalia and the region, while allowing the Federal Government of Somalia to build the capacity of its security forces.

    Committee members welcomed the positive political developments in the Horn of Africa region, under the new leadership in Ethiopia.

    They expressed appreciation for the meetings of Eritrean authorities with the Committee Chair and with the SEMG Coordinator.

    They underlined the importance of efforts to achieve the normalization of relations between Eritrea and Djibouti and encouraged the two countries to continue to engage in meaningful dialogue.

    • Ermiyas October 29, 2018

      Mr Gezae, are you a reporter and if yes then for which media or organazation?
      I think the article here is about human rights being central to brighter future,
      but you are writing about SECURITY COUNCIL and about Somali, Eritrea and Djibouti!

    • Danilo October 29, 2018

      Gezae,ናትካ ነግር’ሲ እተን ኣብ ጸምጸም በረኻ ዊቲሕቲሕ ዝብላ ኣናጹ “ኣበይ ከይደን ማይ ይሰትያ” ኣቲ ወዲ ሰብ ጽምኢ ተላሒሱ ንሰን ግን —-? ብዝኾነ ፡ኣብ ሓበሪየታ ኑጡፍ ንሙኹዋን ኣባ ጥረግ እንታይ ከም ዝበሉ ግዳ ዘይ ትሕብር?።

      • Gezae October 29, 2018

        Eritrean president due to arrive in Mogadishu
        BY Halbeeg News

        MOGADISHU (Halbeeg News) – Eritrean president Isaias Afweki is expected to arrive in Mogadishu barely two weeks after a delegation from his country visited Somalia to deepen the bilateral relations of the two countries.

        Sources privy to the visit of the president told Halbeeg News that a high-level delegation by the president will be arriving in Mogadishu to hold a high-level meeting with Somali leaders.

        The sources said the visit by President Afwerki to Somalia bears significance on bilateral relations and show how the countries are determined to advance their cooperation.

        The visit of President Afwerki comes two weeks after a delegation led by Eritrean Foreign Minister Osman Saleh reached Mogadishu to help improve bilateral relations between the countries.

        The Somalia – Eritrea thaw in relations comes after that of Ethiopia and Eritrea, which even saw about two decades of hostilities normalized.

        Both Eritrea and Somalia have not had diplomatic ties for nearly 15 years, in particular, because of Asmara’s alleged support for Al-Shabaab group.

        • Simon G. October 29, 2018

          I hope some one ይዕወተሉ:ንወድዛ ካላ

          • Haregot October 30, 2018

            Dreamer, you’ve been dreaming nightmares for far too long!
            When will YOU be a BIG BOY enough to eliminate him yourself?

          • Gezae October 30, 2018

            You’ve heard the phrase, “United We Stand, Divided We Fall.” I’ve been wondering lately how many of our problems can be blamed on a lack of unity and reconcilliation. When asked what we thought was the biggest problem facing Eritrean. Lack of unity and reconcillation. Eventhough this answer intrigued me because I see the same problem every where today, but I tend to focus on the lack of unity among us.
            Do we need to work together towards our common good? Do we need to come together and declared in one voice and heart, ‘It’s time that we stopped fighting amongst ourselves and started to truly work together, for the good of our people and country’. No. No. And No again we need to build a greater sense of unity among us especially those living in the civilized democratic counties.
            Why is it so hard for us, even respect, love each other and work together? I believe the answer lies in where we are looking for our sense of worth and security. If we find peace and security, we’ll have no reason to distance ourselves from each other. What happens when we unite towards our common good? How would Eritrea change? Wisdom comes with reflection upon our experience regardless of our role.
            Some days we want to stand up and shout, “What’s wrong here! what’s wrong with us? Why do we bother coming into one if we’re going to treat each other like strangers, even rivals?
            Where destruction is the motive, unity is dangerous.
            Ravi Zacharias

        • memhir October 30, 2018


          Garbage in garbage out equals to zero.

          • Haregot October 30, 2018

            memhir Awalu, how come you know so much about garbage?

          • memhir October 31, 2018


            Because I studied people like you and Gezae. Useless people and bad zeroch thrown from Temben.

  • ዝበረቐ ጽሓየይ October 29, 2018

    ኤውሮጳ እንተሃደምኩላ ሓሪሙኒ ሰላም
    ስድራይ ኣትሪፋቶም ኣብ ድቕድቕ ጸላም
    ኮሎኒ ኣምሓራ ዘኪረ ንዘይምለስ ምሕላም
    ምግብን ፍቕርን ከም ልብኻ በትኽስያን ምስላም
    ሕጂሞ “ነጻነት” ፈላልዩዎ ክርስትያን ምስ ኣስላም
    ኣከለን ሓማን ተፋኻኺሮም ብቓልሲ ንምፍላም
    ምድማር ይሓይሽ ብስቓይ ካብ ምኽራም
    ኢትዮጵያይ ተድሕነኒ ዋላ ወደባት ብምፍራም
    ኤርትራስ ኣብቂዓ እያ እመኑኒ ሓራም