Eritrean Peoples Liberation Front

By IndepthAfrica
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Mar 20th, 2014
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Salih O. Nur / Eritrea – Since the last decade, Eritrea has been unpleasantly dubbed as Africa’s North Korea. Many disagree, but the analogy was made for the right reasons, notably the regime’s rogue behavior and its flagrant violation of human rights and basic freedoms. Isaias’s regime is no less br...
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Feb 17th, 2014
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We the people who recieved Ethiopia from our ancestors victorious country against NAZISM and CLONIALISM were extremly ashamed last time our brother fall victim on the Arab streets! He was sloughtered in day light and even his dead body was scolded as THE DOG, THE HABESHA IS DEAD! It was realy the hig...
By IndepthAfrica
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Jan 31st, 2014
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EFND Communiqué No. 3 The Eritrean Human Tragedy: Root Causes Why Eritreans Are Fleeing Their Country in Droves Eritreans for Facilitating National Dialogue (EFND) By virtue of the fact that Eritrea has sadly become the ‘North Korea’ of Africa, the Eritrean people are today in a horrendous situation ...
By IndepthAfrica
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Dec 30th, 2013
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Berhan Hagos By Berhan Hagos Although this article is critical of Eritrean Diaspora political opposition, it would be simplistic to portray their challenges as unique to Eritreans. Rather, we need to examine the challenges within the inherent nature of being opposition anywhere in the world today and...
By IndepthAfrica
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Dec 24th, 2013
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Selam Kidane “If a people one day show a desire to live, then fate is destined to favourably respond, their night is destined to fade, and their chains are certain to break”. (Abu al-Qasim al-Shabi Tunisan poet) … so the year that started with Wedi Ali showing us what our struggle is all about is [&h...
By IndepthAfrica
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Dec 22nd, 2013
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Zekre Lebona The tiger is on the back of the Eritrean masses, the same tiger about which one of the founding fathers of the movement for Eritrean independence, Weldeab Woldemariam, often loved to mention in his speeches. He described the “dilemma” of the Ethiopian regimes, which had the tail of the a...
By IndepthAfrica
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Dec 4th, 2013
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by Zekre Lebona All nationalist Eritrean historians stipulate that the Unionist Parity in the 1950s had the strong support of Ethiopia from headquarters located in Tigray, resulting in its dominance among the kebesa Christians. What they forget oddly, however, is the parallel phenomenon of the larger...
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Nov 4th, 2013
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Zekre Lebona All is quite on the Eritrean front, except for the hundreds of drowning victims in southern Europe. The expected backlash from it has not transpired so far; but the rumor machine among Eritrean political circles has now shifted, and is replete with stories of a besieged government bereft...
By IndepthAfrica
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Sep 2nd, 2013
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Smuel Negusse The problem is not that they changed, but remained the sam CAPTION: An EPLF Fighter-actor performing in a propaganda show in Europe in 1980’s.   “Did we choose to be rebel fighters because we like it?” a soldier of the Eritrean Peoples’ Liberation Front (EPLF), asks his fellow sold...
By IndepthAfrica
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Aug 26th, 2013
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Yebio Woldemariam This brief paper was prepared for an informal meeting held in Washington DC by concerned scholars to discuss Eritrea’s current predicament and to suggest means on how to extricate the country from its present quagmire. The two day scholarly meeting attempted to describe the causes a...