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Mohamed Al Amoudi Arrest in Saudia and its Implications to Ethiopia

Sheik Mohamed Al Amoudi Arrest in Saudia and its Implications to Ethiopia Amanuel Biedemariam Over the years, particularly from 1991 until now, one of the key players that helped shape the political dynamics of the region is Mohammad al-Amoudi. Sheik Al-Amoudi appeared on the seen in 1991 when Eritrea achieved independence and when Eritrea handed Tigray Peoples Liberation Front (TPLF) […]

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Eritrean Sanctions and Little Boy Dawit Daniel

Amanuel Biedemariam On a cold snowy day in February 22 of 2010, Eritreans from around the world and the US gathered in front of the Whitehouse and State Department to denounce the unjust sanction hatched by Washington. They stood astride in defiance to make a point to the Obama administration Eritrea is one, united. They demonstrated to demand the repeal […]

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Eritreans in New York

Eritreans gather to welcome their president, Eritreans in New York     October 3, 2011, By Amanuel Biedemariam, There are not enough words to describe what transpired on September 25, 2011 in New York City before, during and after the gathering with His Excellency President Isaias Afwerki. The festive-charged environment was indescribable and the event was a smashing success. The […]

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Thank You Zersenay Tadese

By Amanuel Biedemariam November 29, 2010. Ever since he burst upon the scene in 2002, Zersenay Tadese has proven that he is the embodiment and example of what Eritrea is all about; resilient, consistent and victorious. Like most Eritreans around the world, I am wowed by what Zersenay has achieved for himself and by extension, the people of Eritrea at large. In a sport that requires tremendous amount of team support and organizational structure for any success, Zersenay has single handedly placed himself in a position of international acclaim and placed Eritrea in a map of a sport that has traditionally been dominated by a handful of nations. My aim therefore, is to thank Zersenay Tadese for all the joyous moments that he brought into the faces of all Eritreans every time we saw him. We are happy to see him compete, see he meeting and enjoying Eritrean communities in the Diaspora and happy when he went back to Eritrea and contributed to the lives of Eritreans in many ways. We were also happy when he was received by the biggest victory-welcome accorded him by the people of Eritrea from the President down to the youngest that revere this deserving soul. Eritrea needed Zersenay to be the best possible human being that he could be and he delivered with his heart, dignity and humble nature. He brought a sense of decency and became a true model for Eritreans and the […]

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