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Fetsum: The opposition camp in examination II

Fetsum: The opposition camp in examination II In my last article I discussed how brittle the EDA has been in communicating with us the people it claims representing let alone with the international politicians living in

Fetsum: The opposition camp in examination II
In my last article I discussed how brittle the EDA has been in communicating with us the people it claims representing let alone with the international politicians living in the same City called Adiss Ababa. If you are one born and raised in the Diaspora, you suffer the consequence of your Eritreawinet with no idea about what the heck is going on. But what would an international politician eager to learn about the EDA in the face of the universal voice against the Afwerki regime confront in its Website that does business in Tigrigna and Arabic? I guess he buys an interpreter or learns one of the languages to do this until he wakes up finding time expiring the EDA from relevance because of over-napping.
You cannot get closer to international politicians concerning universalizing the Eritrean issue than chilling in Addis within a bike-riding distance from them. Most of the homework for the EDA to impact international politicians within immediate reach has been done by the regime itself and the rest by the Diaspora. Girma Asmerom is a decapacited mouth-peace of the unanimously rejected president specially by the IGAD and the African Union. I don’t even know how he is surviving the humiliation for this long? What a courage; but I don’t think any politician in that city would waste time with this loner gravitating on the Eritrean chair for nothing than the symbolism gesture achieved by the blood and sweat of our martyred family members. The African Union chair that this Ambassador is uselessly sitting on could have been equated to by EDA sitting on the opposite guest-chair watching that desperate dude in the eyes at AU meetings. EDA could further have a spot in the IGAD where Eritrea does not exist even for emblematic pretension.
This stationary or static representation has been going on ever since EDA’s inception with no sign of evolution despite the people’s persistent protest and willingness to assist; to the contemplation point of ignoring it all together in search of another remedy to the Eritrean socio-political disease. I am not sure what I am talking about but EDA must wake up immediately for its own survival. I tried to comment on its latest ህዝባዊ እኼባ ንመሰረታት ኤዲኪ ኣብ ኣዲስ ኣበባ ተኻይዱ at ASSENNA but could not understand it at all so I chose to shut up. EDA must do something impacting at this point in time or else get out of the way. We don’t have time to wait any longer and we will either make it together this year or break it good bye for good! That is all I can tell you. Find someone who can write English if you cannot do it yourself or find some people out there to impress with your Tigrigna and Arabic but we Eritreans who understand English better cannot understand you.
There are many things developing in favor of the resistance that I will update our people promptly and I know that the opposition camp will be directly responsible for not taking advantage of them. We will notify them ahead to do their role and they will be responsible for inaction. We will check and balance our struggle through courageous intervention from now on and teach our people who is who in this struggle for democracy. We have now the power as people to reject or accept individual parties based on their democratic essentialism.
I will try to continue discussing the elements within the EDA leaving the rest for the readers to participate.
 “The Eritrean Democratic Alliance (EDA) is an Eritrean opposition umbrella composing of 13 political Organizations. It uses all the available means of struggle to topple the current Eritrean regime. The EDA Charte also states that the EDA respects the autonomy of the member organizations which occasionally results in dynamic tension among them.” Here are the member parties of EDA.
  1. Eritrean People’s Democratic Front-EPDF
  2. Eritrean National Salvation Front-ENSF
  3. Eritrean Peoples’ Party-EPP,
  4. Eritrean People’s Congress-EPC
  5. Eritrean Federal Democratic Party-EFDM
  6. Eritrean Peoples’ Movement-EPM
  7. Eritrean Democratic party-EDP
  8. Eritrean Liberation Front-ELF
  9. Democratic Movement For the Liberation of the Eritrean Kunama-DMLEK
  10. Red Sea Afar Democratic Organization-RSADO,
  11. Eritrean Islamic Congress-EIC, and
  12. Eritrean Islamic Party for Justice and Development-EIPJD
  13. Eritrean Nahda Party-ENP
In discussing the EDA members individually, I will deal with the first seven democracy seeking groups this time and proceed forward depending on what comes in the way with all of you in the forum.
Eritrean People’s Democratic Front
“Eritrean People’s Democratic Front (in Arabic: الجبهة الديموقراطية الشعبية الإرترية) is an Eritreanopposition group. EPDF was founded in 2004 by the People’s Democratic Front for the Liberation of Eritrea (SAGEM) and a group who left the ERDF. EPDF is led by Tewelde Ghebreselassie. “
You see “DEMOCRATIC FRONT for ERITREAN UNITY” in this party’s website and quite a few articles in different languages as well. When I pressed the “about us” button to learn more, I got the following.

ብዛዕባና About Us

Written by ኣመሓዳሪ ደሞክራሲያ ኦርግ  Published: 02 December 2013 Last Updated: 03 December 2013
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Comment: The whole content of the Website’s “about us” was in this format and I don’t know whether this is Japanese or Chinese. I don’t read and understand this language.
Eritrean National Salvation Front (ENSF)
“Ahmed Nasser – Chairman of Eritrean National Salvation Front
Ahmed Nasser is the chairman of the Eritrean National Salvation Front (ENSF) today and was the chairman of ELF from 1976 to 1981. Head of Eritrean Liberation Front-Revolutionary Council (ELF-RC) from 1982-2002. Ahmed Nasser is one of the most tested, secular and multi-lingual (Tigre, Saho, Tigrinya, Arabic, English and Amharic languages) Eritrean leaders. Of Saho ethnic background, Ahmed Nasser has devoted all his life to the struggle for liberty and democracy in Eritrea. Ahmed is now leader of the Eritrean National Salvation Front which is dedicated to the immediate dislodgment of what he calls Isaias’s shameless despotism. “
Comment: I could not find anything more significant than this about this party to discuss it further except learning that the brother was a distinguished figure during the struggle. He is a multi-lingual individual who spent his time for the Eritrean cause with a little hick-up in democratizing the country. What does the character aggrandizement do here when the question on the ground is democracy rather than biography?
Eritrean Democratic Party-EDP: “We feel that the paramount crisis confronting our country is the question of how to move away from the one party dictatorship to a constitutionally anchored multi-party democratic political system while still keeping our attention focused on maintaining and consolidating our national sovereignty. This is a formidable national task that needs and demands the input of every single individual Eritrean. Without the full and total commitment by all of us to find a peaceful, inclusive and creative way of managing our differences we will not be able to build the just and prosperous free nation for which our martyrs gave up their lives and which Eritrean Democratic Party are striving to build. Getting rid of the regime might be easy compared to establishing perpetual peace, stability and democracy. This can only be achieved when each and every Eritrean feels that they belong and is part of the action that determines her/his life.”
Comment: The phrasing tells that this group wants democracy in Eritrea and encourages every Eritrean to work for it. It may have proven its words in practice by joining the EPDP along other three groups to be discussed in relatively better detail in the go. But again it is confusing how it can be with EPDP and the EDA at the same time and I don’t know anything about what is going on at the moment. In any case, I believe this party is similar to the other democracy seeking parties in the category.
Eritrean People’s Congress-EPC and Eritrean Federal Democratic Party-EFDM
I am sorry but could not find anything about these parties goggling the net around. I don’t know another search engine that can help my situation better, so I gave up. Please teach us here if you know these parties!
Eritrean People’s Movement EPM
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Eritrean Democratic Party (EDP)

“About EDP

Eritrean Democratic Party feel that the paramount crisis confronting our country is the question of how to move away from the one party dictatorship to a constitutionally anchored multi-party democratic political system while still keeping our attention focused on maintaining and consolidating our national sovereignty.

This is a formidable national task that needs and demands the input of every single individual Eritrean. Without the full and total commitment by all of us to find a peaceful, inclusive and creative way of managing our differences we will not be able to build the just and prosperous free nation for which our martyrs gave up their lives and which Eritrean Democratic Party are striving to build. Getting rid of the regime might be easy compared to establishing perpetual peace, stability and democracy. This can only be achieved when each and every Eritrean feels that they belong and is part of the action that determines her/his life.”

Comment: this party is clearly for democracy based on this description. It further asserts the notion through the following phrasing: “The regime in power is unconstitutional and has been struggling to prolong its grip on power at the expense of the Eritrean people. In today’s Eritrea , rule of law is absent and the regime is the law by itself; citizens have been denied their basic rights and been arbitrarily arrested and detained unabatedly in undisclosed locations. Citizens have been denied of their constitutional rights of free expression of their opinions.”
A source of information says: “Political parties: In every modern democracy the will of the people is represented by elected members of parliament. These representatives organize themselves in political parties. Parties do play a central role in the process of creating andnegotiating working solutions for public affairs. The political parties in Europe and North America are basically oriented according to ideological and social (class) criteria. Their platforms reflect different views on how society could work at its best and different interests (entrepreneurs, farmers, workers, …). As long as everybody – party leaders as well as the electorate – is aware of these basic facts and if the interests of parties and members of parliament are made transparent to the electorate in some detail, democracy will work fairly well. “
Comment: A political party must have a unique program that differentiates it from other political parties to justify its claim of representing the people more efficiently. It must have an ideology: unique economic vision, foreign policy, business, social welfare, gender issues, education, medical, housing and taxation, etc. and should be able to fully expose its program to the people in order to attract them for election.
The US democratic party differs from the Republican in social welfare issues (food-stamps,etc), gay/Lesbian issues, foreign policy, Medicare issues, education (student loans, financial aid), etc. to say the least. Political Party is a function of serious visionary socio-political issues and not a HOBBY! I did not see our parties’ political programs to learn their difference and for people to support them accordingly. The only thing I know so far is that all of them want democratic change in Eritrea and this alone cannot justify the independent existence of a political party because it cannot replace the program that defines its socio-political essence. Had that been the case the American society would not have needed the two most popular parties because they both support democracy.
Religious or Ethnic Parties:
“On the other hand there are many countries where the political parties deliminate with respect to ethnic or religious groups. There is no doubt that belonging to an ethnic or religious group is one of the strongest and most binding feelings human beings are capable of. Culture isimportant for orientation and it will always be based on some traditions. But history shows that these strong feelings of belonging have often been abused by individuals (leaders) to gain power and wealth on cost of the very people that trust them as ethnical or religious leaders. Many people will not ask themselves why they belong to an ethnic and/or religious group. As a consequence, it is almost inevitable that the interests of party leaders become quite hazy behind strong ethnic or religious party labels [] needless to say that this fact is a downright invitation for party leaders to abuse of power and corruptionModern democracy is not compatible to any cultural tradition” nor is it religious or ethnic affiliated. An ideology based on these elements is not democratic and cannot be one under any circumstances.
Conclusion: I cannot see any fundamental difference between the seven political parties in discussion. I cannot see their programs to compare and contrast where they may differ from each other in political vision. Even if that was the case, there is no reason for them to stand alone within the EDA before bringing democracy in unison. Their difference can only materialize in democratic Eritrea upon proving a visionary value that theoretically differs from others. The Eritrean society as it stands today cannot accommodate their division with no concrete visionary variation needless to say that this is too premature for us to do in our current broken and damaged sociological fabric.
Name does not mean anything without justifying it through a unique political program. Apparently, the political parties did not clearly show their difference in managing the socio-political structure of our society beyond reasonable doubt.The conclusion here is that the seven Eritrean parties under this thought experimentation equally advocate democracy without any visible vision differential.
Nothing is visible about their policies to appreciate their diversity to convince us into justifying their autonomous relationship within the EDA. We did not see this to approve the independent existence of each of the seven parties in the EDA.
Two common elements are obvious though: they all claim to work for the disposal of the dictatorship and for a multi-party democratic system in Eritrea. This is easy to prove: they are all members of the EDA (Kidan) that believes in democratizing the country. We appreciate this very much and thank you. This, however, is not enough for a political party to swim alone in the EDA’s global political pool and in fact has nothing to do with the requirements by which political parties should be erected.
My neutral VERDICT therefore states the following:
None of the seven political parties under examination have a unique political program to justify its difference from the others. The parties could only have been organized in terms of familiarity/ethnic/religious affiliations in the absence of a unique program that globally serves the people. But we have seen the problem of this setup in many countries of the world (Iran, Afghanistan, Somalia, Egypt, etc.) and we should discourage any party that prioritizes one’s ethnicity/religion to other all inclusive national agendas. Human experience is to learn from not to duplicate or to camofludge a weakness behind, as Rezen put it in the last forum stating that “history is indeed only a lesson to humanity but definitely not a consolation. Societies, in their own atmosphere, should — first and foremost — be fully responsible for their action, without searching for crutches to lean upon. Without this deep awareness and acceptance of being fully responsible for one’s action, the struggle ahead is indeed simply a “circular journey””
We cannot continue marching through the common road to democracy like this and we have seen the problem of this choice and certainly do not want to repeat or recycle it in this walk. We need to learn from other societies rather than justifying failure based on their experiences, a very important point Rezen brought to the table.
We cannot say we are okay thinking we were not the only sufferers of misunderstanding the concept of democracy. Misery looks for company and we don’t want to be that miserable looking excuses for failure.
If we know other sufferers of this, then we should learn not to suffer the consequence of committing the same mistake. The best example of this crisis for us in my opinion is the Eritrean experience!
Now we saw the light that there is no substantial difference between the seven parties, one may argue that they may differ on the METHODE OF OVERTHROWING THE REGIME (peacefully, violently or both). Few may stick with the first and others with the second while a third group may advocate for a hybrid of both methods depending on the situation and other conditions. This, however, is opinion difference equivalent to two riders arguing which way to go to more efficiently reach a destination like from New York City to Atlanta Georgia out of the available Express-Ways. It is like two kids arguing whether a hamburger or hot dogs would be good for dinner, the end result been satisfaction. You cannot form political parties based on this!
This difference cannot justify the division hitherto presented by our brothers and sisters in question for a very direct reason: the issue is not vision or political program oriented to begin with. This is not an economic, medical, social welfare, foreign policy, philosophical ideological, educational, sexual or gender oriented approach to justify the division at forming a different political party level of the relationship.
With all respect and humility, the seven political parties in discussion can and should then merge into one Political Party based on their common ground (democracy in Eritrea) for they have not otherwise proven to be substantially different in vision from one another through material proof (political program) to justify their individual autonomous existence within the EDA. See you soon!

Review overview
  • rezen March 6, 2014

    Subject:Fetsum: Eritrean Opposition Forces Under Examination, 2 March 2014

    1.Purpose of the study
    It is assumed what Fetsum has in mind is to develop credible documentation pertaining to the effectiveness of Eritrean political opposition groups. The work can be done via two possibilities:
    a) Documentation: Comprehensive enough to be credible for future easy-reference; or b) Book: Well researched with all the necessary bibliography and written in a straight forward, clear language, intended for historical account for future students of Eritrean History. (a mammoth undertaking)

    It is assumed, he would prefer to undertake the first option — at least for the immediate future. Needless to say, in either case he is seeking (refreshingly) the input of all interested Internet readership. It is in this frame that I contribute my mini-input solely based on my empirical knowledge and personal common sense.

    At this stage, the opposition camp under examination is the Eritrean Democratic Alliance (EDA) —an umbrella organization of thirteen groups >>> a far cry from the idea of: ‘Eritrean field cannot hold more than one group’ (smile, please)

    2. Qualification of the Opposition Groups
    Reading the five-page information (Article) provided by Fetsum leaves one completely confused by the emptiness of substance in the operation of the seven member groups of EDA. Taking the norm of any political opposition parties, one would expect: a) well defined unambiguous goal; b) clear and comprehensive terms of reference and constitution; and c) clear directive of working arrangement, responsibilities, and organization structure. Unfortunately, one does not see such organized undertaking in the Eritrean political organizations.

    To run an organization of the above nature without the necessary qualification and stature is simply a daring and reckless exercise. It has also a permanent negative effect on the membership at large – and, if taken to its extreme, the party becomes a laughing stock. Why do such parties continue to mushroom? That is a sad STORY by itself.

    3. Working Language
    It goes without saying that language is one of the most essential medium of communication. This obvious fact is raised here in order to eliminate any misunderstanding in our exchange of ideas. Fetsum raised it in his paper, but it may be misconstrued. The political groups under consideration at this time do not seem to understand the importance of language(s) in their dealings with their membership as well as with their international organizations. Using this mechanism to its maximum is a prerequisite for the advancement of the prescribed goal of the political organizations. Sadly, it looks as if they did not realize the essentiality of this item – which leads them to be where they are today: irrelevant, by their own failure.

    4. Parochial Cancer
    It should be admitted that Eritrea has been inflicted with debilitating cancerous disease of religion, provincialism and racism that drives the diverse societies therein to their own demise – it is just a matter of time (one dares to say). Blindly denying this fact is not going to turn “Eritrea” into Paradise. On the contrary, bearing in mind the unparalleled exodus of young “Eritreans” fleeing the country in mass, it wouldn’t be too long before the country becomes barren. Or perhaps, just perhaps, that may indeed be the grand ultimate design of ……….Hmmm…………

    5. Women’s Day
    Don’t be surprised! Let me try to connect it with the subject at hand.
    Question: In the thirty-odd Eritrean political organizations, is there a single woman elected as head of an organization? Please don’t remind me of others’ failure. If you insist, however, be kind and democratic enough to tell me why you do not aspire to the excellence of achievements of those who have advanced in the struggle for the Equality of Women. It is a shame. Admit it! And you shall be free to find the source of your fundamental failure – the first step to SANITY.

    It would be remiss of me not to take this opportunity to recognize notable Eritrean women in the INTERNATIONAL arena struggling for human rights: Ms. Chirum, Ms Meron and other sisters, I am sure. For what it is worth, here is my Salute and unbound admiration and respect for the indefatigable THE ERITREAN WOMAN.
    The End

    • Meretse Asmelash March 6, 2014

      Brother rezen, there is nothing for me to say except thank you again for your great analysis.
      As I have commented before (next to sister Zufana’s and Walta’s inspiring poems) which was written regarding the Women’s Day: no struggle can prevail without participation of our great sisters who are always the LIGHT in the midst of darkness.

    • rezen March 6, 2014

      They “are always the LIGHT in the midst of darkness.”

      I cannot say it better, especially when it comes close to my heart in fond Memory. Thanks a million.

  • Dawit Meconen March 6, 2014

    Fetsum is a flip-flop; By his own admission, he was a Buddhist, International Human Right Advocate, Eritrean, Ethiopian, Musical Virtuoso etc. and now, he has turned 180 degree to be the woyane Trojan Horse, EDA, apologist.

    However, he has an underlying reason to exhibit such outrageously foul character, and that is: He is a paid woyane agent, stooping to impress and to deceive young Eritreans into the trap the treacherous woyane has set up for them. You do not have to take my words for it, the fact that he is a perennial fixture at speaks for itself.

    Genuine Eritreans,

    Let no one, including Fetsum and his flock, ambasera and others, fool you that the treacherous and faithless woyane is a friend of Eritrea or Eritreans, and that no one should fool you EDA is an Eritrean organization. EDA is a misnomer, a decoy in which woyane hides.

    But again, who would benefit the magnanimity of Eritreans for 17 years, and then turns around to commit and to inflict horrendous crime on them?…… only brute woyane!

    Who would congratulate Eritreans on their independence, and then within two years, turns around to burn, mutilate, Eritreans at the border between Eritrea and tigrai?……only brute woyane!

    Who would brand others as subscribers to the Law of the Jungle, sign for a Final and Binding arbitration, and when the hour of reckoning approaches, rears its ugly nature by running away into its den ……..only brute woyane!

    Who would exterminate Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Party just because they were Ethiopians encamped in the accursed land of tigrai, asimba, and then turns around to look like Ethiopian patriot? ….. only the brute woyane!

    Who would write a Constitution that guarantees a self-determination up cessation for any Ethiopian Ethnic group, and then when they demand for it, showers them with deadly bullets etc. ? ……..Only brute Woyane!

    Who would brag of its own sense of immoralities by saying…. N’derho B’Meshela, N’Hamasien B’Mahla?…… only brute woyane!!

    I cannot exhaust all the bestialities of woyane, but, for a while, the above are enough to warn off young Eritreans from falling into its trap. They must know woyane is naturally devoid of moral scruple; can swear by invoking the Bible, God, Jesus Christ etc. knowing full well that it has no intention of honoring it. They only bow to force of power as the mighty EPLFs had them under control for 17 years.

    • MightyEmbasoyra March 6, 2014

      ዳዊት ሞኮነን፥
      ሓደ ወያናይ ጓል መንዚዑካ መስለኒ። ኣብ ክንዲ ጸገም አርትራን አርትራውያንን ትዛረብ፣ ዓሰርተ ግዜ ወያነ፣ ተጋሩ ክትብል ጸሓይ ዓሪቡካ። ንኣቶ ፍጹም፣ ኣቶ ተስፋይ ተመንዎን፣ መሰልትን ከዳዓት ክትብሎም መሰል መን ሂቡካ፧ ሓውቦኻ ኢሳያስ፧

      • belay nega March 6, 2014

        Dear Mighty,

        አብ ቃልሲ ህዝቢ ኤርትራ ንዝአምን ኩሉ: መማቅርቲ ተጋደልቲ ሒዙ ዝሃደመ ተስፋይ ተምነዎ: ዝዓበየ ከዳዕ እዩ::

        • MightyEmbasoyra March 6, 2014

          ኣቶ በላይ፣
          ሂወቱ ከድሕን፣ ካብዚ ሓራዲ ሰብ ኢሳያስ፣ ገድሊ ዝገደፎ ‘ድሕሪ ከዳዕ ተባሂሉ፣ እቲ ኣሸሓት ንጹሃት ተጋደልቲ ኣጥፊኡ ኣብ ርእሲ ስብ ዝስዕስዕ ዘሎ ሰብ ከ እንታይ ትብሎ፧
          እቲ ካብ ውግእ ሃዲሙ ምስ ስንኩላት ተዓቚቡ ጸኒሑ ደሓር መሳርሒ ህግደፍ ኮይኑ ዘገልግል ጻሕጻሒ ወዲ ገራህቱ’ኸ እንታይ ትብሎ፧

          • belay nega March 6, 2014

            ኩቡር ማይቲ

            “እቲ ካብ ውግእ ሃዲሙ ምስ ስንኩላት ተዓቚቡ ጸኒሑ ደሓር መሳርሒ ህግደፍ ኮይኑ ዘገልግል ጻሕጻሒ ወዲ ገራህቱ’ኸ እንታይ ትብሎ፧”

            ወዲ ገራህቱን: እስተፋኖስ ተመልሶን: ናይ ሐደ ሳንቲም ክልተ ገጽ እዮም::ሳላ ተመሳሳልነቶም ጸገም አይርአዩን::

          • MightyEmbasoyra March 6, 2014

            ኣቶ በላይ፣
            ኣቶ እስቲፋኖስ ምስ ወዲ ገራህቱ ከተወዳድሮ፧
            ንዓ ደኣ! ወዲ ገራህቱስ ምስ በዓል ገደዎን፣ ተኸስተ ናይ እስራኤል፣ ኣርኣያ ደስታ፣ መሰልቲ ደኣ ኣወዳድር። ኣቶ እስቲፋኖስ ድማ ምስ በዓል ኣቶ ተስፋይ ተመንዎ፣ ኣቶ ረድኢ መሓሪ፣ ጅግና ቢተወደድ ኣብራሃ፣ መሰልቲ ይስራዕ።

  • belay nega March 7, 2014

    ኩቡር ማይቲ

    አይምሰልካ ፍልልዮም እግሪ ስዒሙ ዝደየበን እግሪ ስዒሙ ዘይሰለጦን እዩ

  • Meretse Asmelash March 7, 2014

    ኣቶ በላይ
    1. መጺጽ ማለት …..እዩ ኢልካ ኣስፊርካዮ ንዝነበርካ ሓሳብ ምላሽ ሂበካ ኔረ። ኣብኣ በጺሕካ ቃላት’ዶ ሓጺርዃ? ንሱ እንትኾይኑ እቲ ምክንያት እሞከኣ ኣሰየ!!! እንቛዕ ኣብኡ ኣብጽሓካ ክብል ይፈቱ
    2. ብዘዕባ እታ ኣብ መቃብር ዘይትሽትት ዕንባባ ዝሃብካያ ሪኢቶ ሓንቲ ሕቶ ሓቲተካ ኔረ። እታ ሕቶ ድያ ከቢዳትካ ዋላስ እንታይ?

    ኣብ’ዚ 2 መዓልቲ ካብ ኣስመራ ዝነፈሰ ንፋስ ምክንያት ብምግባር ኣብ ግፍዒ እንትሃሊካ ግን ይቅረታ።

    • belay nega March 7, 2014

      አቶ መረጸ

      ሓቂ ንምዝራብ እተን ትብለን ዘለኻ አይራአኹወንን
      ካብኡ ሓሊፉ ግን: ጽልእን ቅርሕንትን ዝሕመረቱ ትሕዝቶ ጽሑፋትካ አብ ዝኾነ ግዜ ክምዘይከብደኒ ክሕብረካ እፈቱ

      “ኣብ’ዚ 2 መዓልቲ ካብ ኣስመራ ዝነፈሰ ንፋስ ምክንያት ብምግባር ኣብ ግፍዒ እንትሃሊካ ግን ይቅረታ።”

      ንስኻኳ መለስ ዜናዊ ሞይቱ ኢልካ: ሰለስተ ወርሒ ክትሓዝን ዘይሓፈርካ: ንኤርትራዊ ጀነራል መንግስተ ሰማይ የዋርሶ እንተበልኩ እንታይ ነውሪ አለዎ?

      • Meretse Asmelash March 7, 2014

        ሓው በላይ
        እዛ ንእግሪ መገድካ ሕንጥጥ ዘይትገድፋ፡
        “ንስኻኳ መለስ ዜናዊ ሞይቱ ኢልካ: ሰለስተ ወርሒ ክትሓዝን ዘይሓፈርካ: ንኤርትራዊ ጀነራል መንግስተ ሰማይ የዋርሶ እንተበልኩ እንታይ ነውሪ አለዎ?”
        ንዝኮነ መዋቲ ምሕዛን ንቡር እዩ። ካብ ሓዘን ናብ ሓዘን ግን ዝፈላለ ይመስለኒ፡
        ሓው በላይ እስኪ ነዛ ሓጻር ናይ ሓቂ ታሪክ ንሓዘን እተመልክት ክነግረካ፡
        ሓደ ግዜ ሓንቲ ሰበይቲ ንዕዳጋ ኣብ ዝወዳሉ ዝነበራ ግዜ ሓደ ሰብኣይ ደድሕሪኤን ዝከይድ ዝነበረ ኣብ ክፍሊ ኣካለን ሓደ ነገር ጉድለት ተዓዘበ። ደሓንዶ ዊዒልክን ኢሉ ሕልፍ ክብል ከሎ ነቲ ዝተዓዘቦ ትዕዝብቲ ዘይሓተሉ’ከ ብምባል ኣትን እምቤትና እንታይ ደኣ “ፍርቂ ርእስክን ተላጺክን”? ኢለ ሓተተ። እተን ሰበይቲ ሰብኣየይ ሞይቶምኒ ዝብል ምላሽ ሃባ። ጸኒሖም እቶም ሰብኣይ ዋእ! እንታይ ትብላ! እሞ ሓደ ዝኣፉ ከምቲ ንቡር ኩሉ ጸጕርክን ዘይ ላጸክንኦ ዝብል ዳግመ ሕቶ ምስ ተሓታ እንታይ ከም ዝመለሳ ትፈልጥ? …”እቶም ሰብኣይና ሙሉእ ርእስካ ዘላጽዩ ኣይነበሩን”
        ሕጂ ከኣ ኣብዚ ዘሎካዮ ዓዲ ግፍዒ ገዲፍካ ቀብሪ ከተርክብ ህጹጽ ቲኬት ኣቑሪጽካ እንተከድካ ሃብሮም ይብለካ።
        ንምዃኑ ግን ንስካ ነቲ ኢሰያስ ዝሃቦ ሽመት ንምንታይ ክትቕንጥጦ ፈቲንካ። ሜጀረ ጀነራል እንከሎስ ጀነራል ውጩ ኢልካ ዘንጢልካ ዝጸዋዕካዮስ ንምንታይ ዶ ዋላስ ንስካ’ውን ምስተን ሰብኣየን ዝመተን ሰበይቲ ትሰማማዕ ኢካ ማለት’ዩ።

  • Shaebiya yiwdek March 13, 2014

    The PFDJ is a terrorist organization which is worse off than Al-quaeda.