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VOICE OF ASSENNA: Another video People’s Demonstration and PFDJ’s Terror in Asmara

Review overview
  • Yohannes October 31, 2017

    The barbarian PFDJ at their final destructive work. Here we go.

  • Z. Hagos October 31, 2017

    I heard about the demonstration and I didn’t believe what I heard. Now, I see and I believe, thanks to Assenna.
    The students of the school were angered by the tyrant’s decision. The anger generated guts in them to take their case to the streets and face the consequences. Standing for their rights necessitated them to fight to stop the usual and every day injustice of the system. They really deserve respect and support of all peace loving Eritreans. Their taking to the street declared the start time to work with all others to achieve what is right and condemn what is wrong.

  • mengistu fickak October 31, 2017

    to day was for moslem Eritrean tomorrow will be for all of us, lets take action to stop these murders,

  • mengistu fickak October 31, 2017

    to was for moslem Eritrean tomorrow will be for others, lets to an action to stop these murders.

  • Berhe Tensea November 1, 2017

    The mafia regime boss, must be lynched and or burned alive,, Lately, he is acting worse than his grandfather Bashai Lema.
    I hope this will continue and the whole population will rise up and destroy the regime for good.
    This criminal was causing irreparable damages to our people and its religion.
    People must stand up in unity , and confront this killer for ever, and send him to hell where he belongs.
    I am very very proud these demonstrators, and wish them success..

  • simon tesfu November 1, 2017

    It is a very significant development, the first of its kind since the birth of the country, this will go to our history book
    as a begin of open confrontation to Dictatorship in the streets of Asmara. The Patience and suffering took as very long our Eritrean culture and traditions washed away, replaced by shabiaism (fear, division, disrespect, lie, terror,…..).
    Families are disintegrated, Parents have no Rights to decide the future of their Kids, because they are owned by the
    regime, I have never heard such a brutality in my life. This is a beging, but we have a long way to go, We should not
    fall in the dirty games of PFDJ they will bring religion card.

  • Adam November 1, 2017

    The Moslem School leaders played into the hands of the PFDJ. Now PFDJ has a reason to close the school and arrest all of them. That is what happened to Asmara University. If they are asked to do so why not make a revision to their curriculum? Aren’t they under the ministry of Education of Eritrea? It seems they were up to something. Very sensitive issue for Eritreans who payed dear for their independence and were able to eliminate religious differences as an obstacle to common agenda. Not good for our moslem brothers and sisters. I am hurt especially after watching the video of the speech the shick made. The fact that he was able to build a community school does not mean he could teach whatever he wanted in the school. Education is regulated by a government and he could not be an exception. I am on the side of the government on this.

  • Wedi Blata November 1, 2017

    Here we go, this is not the first time that the government of Eritrea took evil action against religion, two weeks ago a catholic seminarian school for priests to be was closed. All major religions were and are forced to act to the taste of the government. I admire the guts of those people who risked their lives to demonstrate but the motivation was religion laced. The elderly Sheikh called to defend the action against the school change of curriculum till death, this is dangerous call. I never seen or heard any Moslem Eritrean took to the streets because the Pentecostal followers were and are prosecuted. This is well calculated strategy by the government to widen the rift with in Christians and Muslims. We are bleeding equally regardless of race, religion and region. I do not expect change from this kind of isolated movement. We have and had many causes to revolt united. We have to unite under the notion of this Government ain’t good to no one.