Abi Woldemeskel: He shows up on a few international conferences and exhibitions in the last two years but work behind the seen with his operatives. Director General of Ethiopian investment Agency Ethiopian Investment Agency (EIA) (ethioinvest.org) Read the rest of this entry
By Nahom Freda
ESFNA opening ceremony, Dallas, Texas
The dual Ethiopian soccer tournaments staged in Washington D.C. and Dallas in a U.S., possibly we acknowledge it or not, are extensions of a assault for democracy, tellurian rights, and press leisure in Ethiopia. The evidence of a newly-formed All Ethiopian Sports Association One (AESA One), Read the rest of this entry
WASHINGTON, Jun 12, 2012 /PRNewswire around COMTEX/ – The Ethiopian Orthodox Church Synod in exile, on end of a 33rd unchanging discussion in Washington DC, released a oneness matter to mount with a continued Ethiopian Muslims’ direct for eremite leisure and simple rights. Having cursed a supervision division in eremite affairs, a Synod called on Ethiopians of all faiths to arise in unanimity opposite pervasive abuse of citizen rights perpetrated by a EPRDF regime in Ethiopia. Nejashi Justice Council, as rights activists campaigning for tellurian rights and amicable probity in Ethiopia, hailed a call of this top Ethiopian eremite management as a miracle in enlightening Ethiopian fundamental eremite tolerance.
Following a recover of Synod’s worthy statements, Nejashi Justice Council launched a rough consult assessing a greeting of rights activists and typical Ethiopians and what precedence it would have on a onslaught for justice, democracy and a order of a law in Ethiopia. The Council is dumbfounded by a formula from Addis Ababa and other vital cities and town. The greeting of Ethiopians opposite all credentials to a ancestral matter of Synod is obvious that a long-standing interreligious toleration is total notwithstanding divide-and-rule process of a obligatory regime over a final 20 years. The matter is a ancestral pierce that would lay down a overpass among people of diversified faith and move them together in their onslaught for a only complement of governance where no one would be restricted and tormented for his/her belief, domestic opinion, ethnicity, gender or informative background. Read the rest of this entry
Washington DC, Friday, May 18, 2012at 7 am
This is a great opportunity for all Ethiopians residing in and around Washington DC to protest and make the world know the destruction and atrocities he and his regime committed on our country and our people.
Meles is an architect of Ethiopian destruction; destroyer of Ethiopian identity; master of divide and rule; trader of thousands of our Ethiopian sisters to Arab countries; a killer of innocent Ethiopians; merchant of our fertile land and promoter of land grab; master jailer of free thinking citizens; leader of mafia organization and supreme thief that looted Ethiopia of its precious and meager resources. Read the rest of this entry
Norsk ambassadør i USA Washington DC,
Jeg håper du leser et åpent brev jeg skrev til deg på 31 januar 2012. Siden mange ting som hadde skjedd og la meg dele med deg en som betyr mest. Norske tjenestemenn har pågått fra leiren til leiren i å snakke med andre etiopiske flyktninger til å signere på deportasjon programmet regjeringen og unelected diktatoriske regimet til Meles Zenawi avtalt nylig. Målet med denne leiren til leiren kampanjen er å dele vårt samfunn ved hjelp av agenter for Meles Zenawi i disse leirene Read the rest of this entry
|Activist Yenesaw Gebre|
The 29 years old Yenesew Gebre is a hero and an exemplary martyr for peaceful struggle in Ethiopia. Yenesew was an English teacher at both the Waka High School and Waka Vocational and Technical College until he was fired from his job by the Woyane (TPLF) regime two years ago. For years officials of the Tercha Woreda, Dawro Zone in southwestern Ethiopia, have been violating the rights of the residents of Waka town. Waka was reduced from a Woreda (district) capital to a non-entity town, many development activities in the town were curtailed by the regime’s officials without any tangible reasons, and residents have been harassed frequently by the regime’s thugs. Yenesew, being an activist for the opposition groups in the town, was a regular victim of the regime. Two years ago he was summarily fired from his teaching job because of his political opposition to the Woyane regime. In recent days he was actively campaigning against the injustices of the regime at public meetings. On Friday November 11, 2011, the day he set fire on himself, this was what he publicly said to the people of Waka town: Read the rest of this entry