Untold Human sufferings, torture and exodus in Eritrea is no match to the International conference in the capital city of Asmera!
”International Conference on Eritrean Studies: different research papers presented Asmara, 21 July 2016- Different research papers with regards geopolitical, cultural, literary, historical as well as social and economic developments in Eritrea are being presented at the
”International Conference on Eritrean Studies: different research papers presented
Asmara, 21 July 2016- Different research papers with regards geopolitical, cultural, literary, historical as well as social and economic developments in Eritrea are being presented at the International Conference on Eritrean Studies that is being held at Asmara Palace.
The research papers are being presented by internationally renowned scholars from European, North American and African Universities as well as Eritrean scholars from the different colleges and public institutions.” …..end quote
The propaganda machine of PFDJ mafiossi gangs is in full swing with its empty as usual rethoric. It is telling us that the “ICES is Putting Eritrea back on the Map,Bearing this in mind, over the last several years Eritrea has sought to correct its tarnished image. Global change is happening and creative solutions to abate the pressure on Eritrea require a new paradigm for development and a roadmap for stewardship of the country. Human activities are partly responsible for changing the country’s image and giving rise to other, globally- and locally-critical changes. This has major consequences for the development agenda at both local and regional levels. Solutions will require the application of Eritrea’s best minds, as well as debate and interactions among a broader group than the Eritrean community alone. International scholars are also critically-important players.To this end, the International Conference on Eritrean Studies is vital. It had adequate representation, not only from local Eritreans, but also many from the Diaspora, as well as from international scholars. The conference is also important for several other reasons: May be as a white wash to its ilegal and unwarranted system of governance“..…………….. wauw~!
Eritrean Political Prisoners:
without judges and without judgment :By Oliver Ramme German Radio Correspondent
Eiraeiro is a notorious place. In the prison in Eritrea sit for 15 years a political detainees who have never had the process was taken, including journalists. “We take care of it in our own way,” explains the closest adviser to the president. The members on the other hand to fight for justice”In the windowless cells burn day and night light”
One of the occupants of the journalist Seyoum Tsehaye. He was probably still alive. At least believe that his relatives.
An interview via Skype. Vanessa Berhe is the niece of Seyoum. She is 19 years old and studies at Villanova University in Philadelphia.
“Perhaps one day his body lie ahead – but no matter, we will continue to fight, it is not just about Seyoum Had he died, that would be for our family tragedy But we carry on, even after his death, for the human rights crimes.. in Eritrea directed not only against him. ”
Vanessa is not only a student but also an activist. Your internet campaign called One Day Seyoum. She wants to draw attention to the story of her uncle and all other political prisoners in Eritrea. Your uncle never met – for too long it has been sitting in Eiraeiro. .
Israel’s Deportation Policy Forces Asylum Seekers to Choose Prison and Persecution
According to Newsweek’s Jack Moore Israe, continues to reject Eritrean and Sudanese asylum applications in the country. The findings come in spite of the Israeli High Court of Justice and the Attorney General’s Office criticism of the state’s lack of urgency in dealing with the requests, of which 15,000 remain. Israel reportedly has the lowest asylum acceptance rate in the Western world, with less than 0.15 percent of asylum claims accepted since 2009.The Israeli state routinely an initiative that would deport asylum seekers to third countries, specifically Rwanda and Uganda.But Israel has reported thousands to their home countries instead of these “safe” third countries, according to another Haaretz freedom of information request in August 2015.Some 42,000 Eritreans and Sudanese live in Israel, with many traveling to the country for better economic opportunities, but also to escape persecution and human rights abuses in their home countries, rights groups say.
Human Rights Issue:
Statement by Mr. Mike Smith, Chairperson of the Commission of Inquiry at the 32nd session of the Human Rights Council:
In concluding statement Mike Smith,the Chairman of COI said…..
We presented our first report to you 12 months ago, documenting a multitude of human rights violations in Eritrea.
The Human Rights Council unanimously approved – without a vote – a resolution – and mandated the Commission to determine whether these violations might amount to crimes against humanity and to address the issue of accountability.
The Commission has concluded that Eritrean officials have committed crimes against humanity. The crimes of enslavement, imprisonment, enforced disappearances, torture, persecution, rape, murder and other inhumane acts – have been committed as part of a widespread and systematic campaign against the civilian population since 1991. The aim of the campaign has been to maintain control over the population and perpetuate the leadership’s rule in Eritrea.
On 8 June 2016, the Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in Eritrea released its second report.
On 21 June 2016, the Commission will present its second report to the Human Rights Council. In October 2016, it will present an oral update to the General Assembly.
But the regime in Eritrea is engaged on false propaganda to its own audiance. Who else can believe the usual and repeating lies from Forto Baldissera.
EXODUS: The unending Militarey Services in Eritrea and the shoot to kill policy of the regime drove thousands of young Eritreans out of their country leaving their families behind.How dangerous is the journey?
According to the IOM, more than 3,770 migrants were reported to have died trying to cross the Mediterranean in 2015.
Most died on the crossing from north Africa to Italy, and more than 800 died in the Aegean crossing from Turkey to Greece.
The summer months are usually when most fatalities occur as it is the busiest time for migrants attempting to reach Europe.
But in 2015, the deadliest month for migrants was April, which saw a boat carrying about 800 people capsize in the sea off Libya. Overcrowding is thought to have been one of the reasons for the disaster.
Obsolute dictatorship in Eritrea that will never change by itself but by the power of the people only!
A dictator is someone who has absolute power — or who at least behaves as if they do by bossing others around.
In government, a dictator is a ruler who has total control over a country, with no checks or balances to prevent abuse of power. Dictator can also describe someone who acts like that on a smaller scale. When your sister is getting married and your mom makes her order roses instead lilies for the table arrangements and yells at you for addressing the invitations too slowly and insists that all of her coworkers be invited, she’s acting like a dictator.
We shall Overcome
Newsweek’s Jack Moore Israe & Haraat news paper in Telavive