Forget Adi Halo, we are heading your way. I do not falter nor vacillate on my views towards the destructive regime we have at home. But, so are all the stake holders.
I wait for few months, even few years, still to no avail.
The positions of some opposition organizations some completely in fold with TPLF narration, others showing just meek reactions actually emboldened TPLF thinking that better deals would come with the victory of their puppet organizations. And that practice has been made obsolete by the technology of GPS.
Mez Dear Hope What ever may be in the background, it is too early to call. If the TPLF would offer him a consulting job, he will depict it as an angel with huge wings.
Speaking frankly I know that I am going to receive some flack on this and based on my own personal observations, I believe that Eritreans, at least those above 30 years of age, do hold some level of contempt for not only the TPLF but also Tigrians in general.
I could have advised him from expercince about getting disciplined by awate: But to each his own. Will do in summer. Experience of Eritreans in Ethiopia? Patriot Selam MS and thanks for your comments. The outcome would have been still the same. What is remained is relationship built on international rules and mutual respect.
Not sure that would be the case of Eritreans that had been earlier deported or those that have in recent years sought refugee status in Ethiopia. You are just a sucker for good stories and devour them as they come.
Coming to Rushdie and his piece i think it speaks brilliantly to the anxiety and fear that grips anyone venturing into the realm of writing.
It is just a matter of taking a stand and both of us have made our positions clear. Is it personal or is it part of his mission as a lobbyist for the eritrean regime? A movement, on the other hand, can be achieved.
So, here you go:is and in to a was not you i of it the be he his but for are this that by on at they with which she or from had we will have an what been one if would who has her. On Thursday, March 22,the Eritrean Ministry of Information issued a statement accusing Mohammed Jumma, an Eritrean exile, now a citizen of the United Kingdom, of starting to “organize political and military activities as well as to train their members.”.Download