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John Kerry Arrives in Kenya to End Years of Frosty Relations Updated: May 03, 2015 18:58 IST

John Kerry Arrives in Kenya to End Years of Frosty Relations
NAIROBI:  US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Kenya on Sunday for talks on security cooperation and ahead of US President Barack Obama’s visit to his late father’s home country.The trip to the east African nation is the first high-level visit since 2012, and comes after years of tensions surrounding Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta being charged by the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity.

The ICC has since abandoned the case against Kenyatta over his alleged role in the 2007-2008 post-election violence, citing a lack of evidence and Kenya’s failure to cooperate — somewhat removing Kenyatta’s pariah status.

“We’ve had a long relationship with Kenya that goes back more than 50 years, and we have had continuous economic and cultural ties with the Kenyans, and this has never ended. So this trip is not about making amends,” a State Department official said.

“It’s about reinforcing and deepening the relationship that we have had with Kenya, and it’s also partially in preparation for President Obama’s trip that’s going to take place at the end of July.”

Kerry arrived from Sri Lanka on Sunday afternoon, and leaves on Tuesday, He is lined up for talks with Kenyatta and other senior officials.

The fight against Somalia’s Al-Qaeda-linked Shebab militants will feature high on the agenda, with Kenya struggling to stop increased cross-border attacks by the militants even though it has thousands of troops in southern Somalia.

Last month Shebab gunmen massacred close to 150 people, mostly students, in a raid on Garissa University in Kenya’s northeast.

The raid followed a string of other massacres in the northeast and Muslim-majority coastal areas, and after the September 2013 siege of the Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi which left at least 67 dead.

“We think the Kenyans are doing their best. Fighting terrorism is tough, and particularly fighting it in this region is very tough,” the State Department official said.

“Kenya has been the victims of multiple attacks – the Garissa attack starkly illustrated the extent to which al-Shebab can have an impact on innocent civilians. And so we will be looking at additional ways that we may be able to support the Kenyan efforts to fight al-Shebab.”

Diplomats said Kerry would nevertheless raise human rights issues with Kenyatta, whose government has been accused of clamping down on civil society groups and the press.

The top US diplomat will also meet Kenyan opposition leaders and rights activists.

“We continue to express our concerns to the Kenyan government. The ICC case against President Kenyatta has ended, but we have also continued to say that the issues that came out of that election must be addressed,” the US official said.

“We will be meeting with civil society organisations. We will be encouraging the Kenyans to look at their civil society laws and to ensure that their laws are not putting undue pressure on civil society… We will be encouraging the government to respect civil society, to also respect the rights of the press,” the official added.

Story First Published: May 03, 2015 18:58 IST

Italy: At least 10 migrants found dead in sea off Libya By FRANCES D’EMILIO2 hours ago

  Migrants arrive at the Lampedusa island harbor early Sunday, May 3, 2015. Ships rescued 3,690 migrants in just one day from smugglers' boats on the Mediterranean Sea off the Libyan coast, the Italian Coast Guard said Sunday. The agency said 17 different rescue operations were carried out Saturday after smugglers took advantage of calm seas and warm weather to move the migrants out of Africa on motorized rubber dinghies and fishing boats. (AP Photo/Mauro Buccarello)

ROME (AP) — Italy’s Coast Guard and Navy as well as tugs and other commercial vessels joined forces to rescue migrants in at least 16 boats Sunday, saving hundreds of them and recovering 10 bodies off Libya’s coast, as smugglers took advantage of calm seas to send packed vessels across the Mediterranean.

The Italian Coast Guard said the bodies were found in three separate rescue operations off Libya’s coast. The Coast Guard was being aided by a tug and a merchant ship in at least some of the rescue efforts. In one of those rescues, a cargo ship found three migrants dead and 105 survivors on a dinghy in the waters north of Tripoli, Libya.

In yet another dramatic rescue, migrants aboard a motorized rubber dinghy that was deflating were spotted by an Italian Navy helicopter. Boats in distress were being spotted so quickly Sunday, that in one case, a Navy vessel had just finished one rescue of 90 migrants when it immediately went to the aid of another migrant boat. One rescue involved 311 people, including 16 children, saved from a fishing boat in the smugglers’ fleet.

Sunday’s drama at sea came a day after 3,690 migrants were saved from smugglers’ boats. Most of those migrants were still being taken to southern Italian ports even as the fresh rescues were taking place.

The soaring numbers sparked the latest round of calls from far-right politicians in Europe for drastic action to stop migrants from reaching European shores, once and for all.

Far-right National Front leader Marine Le Pen said France should send migrants back across the Mediterranean Sea.

A French patrol boat on Saturday rescued 217 migrants from three rubber dinghies and detained two suspected smugglers before all were turned over to Italian authorities.

Criticizing European immigration policy, Le Pen said on Europe-1 radio Sunday that France should send migrants back to their port of departure so “traffickers know that no migrant will come ashore on our coasts.”

With Italy bearing the brunt of the arrivals for years now, the Italian far right, spearheaded by the anti-immigrant Northern League party, has also been pushing for a radical change in how the migrant sea arrivals are handled. One such suggestion has been to keep rescued migrants aboard large ferries offshore until their asylum applications, a process that can take months or more, are examined. Then those only found eligible for asylum in Europe would come ashore.

How the others aboard would be sent back to their homelands hasn’t been made clear in these proposals, which hasn’t made any headway in any case.

Italy and humanitarian officials have been warning for weeks that the smugglers’ boats would continue to head toward Italian shores unabated, and that spells of mild weather and calm seas could see spikes in the arrivals.

Some of the migrants rescued earlier in the weekend were brought to tiny Lampedusa island, while others were headed to ports in Sicily or in Calabria, in the south of the Italian mainland, on Monday. Temporary shelters for those rescued were running out of room for more even before this weekend’s new arrivals, local authorities had warned.

In weather good or bad, smugglers often use aging vessels that sometimes begin leaking shortly after leaving Libya. The boats are crammed with too many people as traffickers try to maximize earnings off the migrants, who pay hundreds of euros (dollars) for the passage between the Mediterranean’s southern shore and Italy.

The relentless flood of migrants is continuing this year after 170,000 were rescued at sea by Italy in 2014 — a 277-percent increase over the numbers in 2013. Italy has pressed the European Union to do more to help it save the migrants, especially since many of those plucked to safety are asylum seekers hoping to reach relatives in northern Europe.

An estimated 800 migrants drowned last month when their boat capsized off Libya with hundreds of them locked in the hold by smugglers. After that, European Union officials at an emergency meeting agreed to beef up the Triton rescue mission with boats and patrol aircraft contributed by several countries. Italy, often pressing nearby cargo ships into service, coordinates the rescue operations.

Overall, a record 280,000 illegal border crossings were detected in the 28-nation EU last year, according to Frontex, Europe’s border agency.


EU plans to provide Eritrea’s oppressive regime with new funding By RSF April 28, 2015


An Italian delegation that visited Eritrea from 24 to 26 March met with President Issayas Afeworki, his political adviser Yemane Ghebreaben, and several ministers. Ghebreaben assured the delegation that Eritrea would carry out democratic reforms “in its own way” during the next three to five years.
The EDF is the main instrument for EU development assistance. Under the 11th EDF, the EU’s Eritrean “partner” is to get 312 million euros in aid between now and 2020 – three times what it was awarded in 2009 for the following five years – although it continues to flout freedom of expression and information, and human rights in general.

Such promises have been made in the past without any significant improvements ever being seen. The Eritrean authorities continue to be inflexible as regards the detention of political prisoners, including many journalists, claiming that high treason and national sovereignty issues are involved.

“It is astounding that the European Union provides Issayas Afeworki’s regime with so much aid without seeking anything in return in the areas of human rights and freedom of expression, although Eritrea’s constitution guarantees the right to free speech,” said Cléa Kahn-Sriber, the head of the Reporters Without Borders Africa desk.“This country, which has never had democratic elections, is subject to a single man’s will. How can the European Union, which defends the rule of law and democratic values, support such a regime? While it is important to maintain a dialogue, there is a limit to how far you can go in accommodating a dictatorship that does not keep its promises”.

“Wouldn’t it be in the EU’s own interest, as the recent deaths of hundreds migrants in the Mediterranean have reminded us, to encourage the development of a government that respects human rights and allows young Eritreans to see an alternative to a future of forced conscription of indeterminate duration?”

Kahn-Sriber added: “We call on the European Union to condition its funding on Eritrean government guarantees for more respect for human rights, including the release of imprisoned journalists who are political prisoners and authorization for media pluralism.”

Reporters Without Borders condemned the five-year EDF funding that the European Union awarded Eritrea in 2009 although the situation of political prisoners had worsened considerably and more journalists had been arrested.

Contrary to its repeated promises to improve respect for human rights, the Eritrean regime has become steadily more oppressive and, although a small country, detains more journalists than any other African nation.

Since closing down all privately-owned media outlets in 2001, the government has exercised complete control over news and information, repeatedly cracking down on independent journalism and trying to jam independent news radio broadcasts from outside the country.

The least critical opinion can lead to permanent incarceration without trial in unbearable conditions in one of the country prison camps. Of the 11 journalists arrested in 2001, at least seven have died or taken their own lives in detention.

Eritrea is ranked last in the Reporters Without Borders press freedom index for the eighth year running. – An African-American news and views website.
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Hundreds of migrants rescued off Libyan coast About 220 migrants, mostly from Sub-Saharan Africa, were brought to Italian island of Lampedusa [AP] 03 May 2015 02:50 GMT | Human Rights, Europe, Italy, France

About 220 migrants, mostly from Sub-Saharan Africa, were brought to Italian island of Lampedusa [AP]

Italian and French authorities have rescued more than 1,400 migrants after smugglers’ boats ran into trouble in the Mediterranean Sea, near Libya.

Italian officials told Al Jazeera that the country’s coastguard and navy have taken most of the migrants to Italian ports on Saturday after about 13 search and rescue operations.

Authorities have released video showing continuing operations to rescue migrants from dangerously overcrowded boats between Libya and Sicily.

Meanwhile, a French ship sent to boost EU migrants patrols in the Mediterranean rescued about 220 people off the Libyan coast and handed them over to Italian authorities, officials said.

The migrants, who were reportedly mostly from Sub-Saharan Africa, were brought to the Italian island of Lampedusa, where they will be accomodated temporarily.

The migrants had been on board three boats, the authorities said, adding that two suspected smugglers were caught and will be handed over to Italian police.

The French patrol boat “Commandant Birot” was sent on Tuesday to reinforce the EU’s Triton surveillance operation after a series of migrant tragedies in which nearly 5,000 have drowned since the start of the year.

Two weeks earlier, a fishing boat in which smugglers had crammed an estimated 800 people capsised in what is the largest known loss of life in a single boat accident involving migrants trying to reach Italian shores.

There were only 28 survivors. The tragedy prompted a humanitarian outcry and a European Union pledge to boost rescue efforts.

Ethiopian Israelis decry alleged police racism,01 May 2015 09:57 GMT | Israel, Jerusalem, Ethiopia, Religion, Middle East

Clashes have broken out in Jerusalem as more than 1,000 Ethiopian Israelis staged a protest, demanding an investigation into alleged police racism and violence.

At least 13 people were injured and two police officers and five protesters were taken to hospital, the Magen David Adom ambulance service said after protests on Thursday.

Police said the crowd hurled stones and bottles, with police using anti-riot measures to keep them at bay, including tear gas and stun grenades.

I strongly condemn the beating of the Ethiopian IDF [army] soldier and those responsible will be held accountable. However, no one is allowed to take the law into their own hands.

Benjamin Netanyahu, prime minister
The protests reportedly started outside the city’s police headquarters with demonstrators blocking off one of the city’s main traffic arteries and the light rail service.

Protesters waved banners reading: “Stop police brutality, stop racism” and “Today it’s him, tomorrow it’s you!”

They then marched towards the residence of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, where they also blocked the road before being stopped by a large number of police equipped with water cannon.

“Enough of racism!” they chanted, some of them waving Israeli flags, others holding up the Ethiopian flag. “In Europe they kill Jews because they’re Jews, here they kill Jews for being black,” read one placard.

Jerusalem police chief Chico Edri said the police were aware of the “stormy emotions” gripping the Ethiopian community but called for everyone to act “with restraint”.

The protest was sparked by a series of incidents involving alleged racism and police brutality against members of the Ethiopian Jewish community.

Earlier this week, footage emerged of two police officers violently beating an Ethiopian soldier in uniform, sparking a wave of anger within the community.

Pledge of action

Netanyahu called for calm and pledged to take action against those shown in the footage.

“I strongly condemn the beating of the Ethiopian IDF [army] soldier and those responsible will be held accountable. However, no one is allowed to take the law into their own hands,” he said in a statement.

Speaking to Channel 10 television, Internal Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovitch said those shown in the video had “brought shame on the ranks of the police”.

Earlier this week, Israel’s national police chief Yohanan Danino pledged a crackdown following the emergence of the footage, saying that police “would not tolerate such unacceptable behaviour”.

He also pledged to set up a team to investigate the community’s grievances.

More than 120,000 Ethiopian Jews live in Israel, having immigrated to the country in two waves in 1984 and 1991.

Egypt bombs Islamic State targets in Libya after 21 Egyptians beheaded CAIRO | BY AHMED TOLBA AND YARA BAYOUMY  

(Reuters) – Egyptian jets bombed Islamic State targets in Libya on Monday, a day after the group there released a video showing the beheading of 21 Egyptian Christians, drawing Cairo directly into the conflict across its border.

Egypt said the pre-dawn strike hit militant camps, training sites and weapons storage areas in the neighbouring oil-producing country, where factional fighting has unleashed virtual anarchy and created havens for jihadi Islamists.

While Cairo is believed to have provided clandestine support to a Libyan general fighting a rogue government in Tripoli, the 21 decapitations pushed President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi into open action, expanding his battle against Islamist militancy.

“And let those near and far know that the Egyptians have a shield that protects and preserves the security of the country, and a sword that eradicates terrorism,” the Egyptian military said in a statement.

Egyptian state television aired footage of fighter planes leaving a hangar with “Long live Egypt” emblazoned on their tails, followed by night-vision aerial footage showing bomb explosions and the aircraft returning in early daylight.

Libya’s air force also participated in Monday’s attack, which targeted Derna, an eastern coastal city regarded as a base for fighters of the ultra-radical Islamic State.

“There are losses among individuals, ammunition and the (Islamic State) communication centres,” Libyan air force commander Saqer al-Joroushi told Egyptian state television, adding that dozens had been killed.

Joroushi, who is loyal to Libya’s internationally recognised government, which set up camp in the city of Tobruk after losing control of the capital Tripoli, said there would be more strikes on Tuesday.

ካብ ናይ ኣተሓሳስባ ደርቂ ንምውጻእ ምርብራብ መባእታዊ ፖለቲካዊ ንቕሓት’ዩ።

ካብ ናይ ኣተሓሳስባ ደርቂ ንምውጻእ ምርብራብ መባእታዊ ፖለቲካዊ ንቕሓት’ዩ። ብዓይኒ ፖለቲካዊ ደሞክራስን ፖለቲካዊ ምሕደራን ቅድም ቀዳድም ኣመት ውሽጣዊ ኩነታቱ ዘይገብር፡ ገዝኡ እናነደደ ታሪኹ እናሃሰሰ፡ ባህሉ እናተበረዘ፡ ጽቡቕ ኣለኹ ዝብል ሰብ ወይ ገለ ክፋል ካብ ሓደ ሕብረተ-ሰብ ምልኣት ፖለቲካዊ ንቕሓት ዝጎደሎ ንምዃኑ ንምግማት ኣየጸገምን። ሎሚ ከመይ ይነብር ይነባበር ኣለኹ ምሕሳብ ገዲፉ፡ ብትማሊ ከም’ዚ ነበርና ገበርና ጥራሕ ዝዓግብ፡ ብዝጭበጥ ነገር ዘይኮነ፡ ኣብ ናይ ቃላት መብጸዓ ምሉእ እምነት ዘሕድር፡ ብስምዒት ዝምራሕ ምስ ዝኸውን ኣብ ገዛእ ነብሱ ግጉይ ሚዛን ዘለዎ፡ ዝኾነ ይኹን መጻኢ ራእን ውሕስነትን ዘይብሉ’ዩ። ስለዚ እዚ ከም’ዚ ዓይነት ዘይብሱል ኣተሓሳስባ ዘለዎ ሰብ ወይ ክፋል ሕብረተ-ሰብ፡ ሰላም እንተሰኣነ፣ ደሞክራስያዊ መሰላት እንተተነፍገ፣ እንተ ጠመየ እንተዓረቐ፡ እንተሓመመ፡ ቅድሚ ንካልኦት ምውቃሱ መጀመርያ ነብሱ’ዩ ክወቅስ ዘለዎ። ምኽንያቱ ኣብ’ቲ ጸገሙ እንተወሓደ ናይ ገዛእ ርእሱ ኣሉታዊ ግደ ስለ ዘለዎ። ብናይ ኣተሓሳስባ ደርቂ ተጠቒዑ ኣንጻር ክብሩን መሰሉ ተሰሊፉ፡ ንጸላኣቱ ፈተውቱ፡ ንፈተውቱ ድማ ጸላእቱ ሰሪዑ፡ ኣብ ትሕቲ ምሉእ ምሕረት ደመኛታት ጸላእቱ ስለ ዝረዓመ፡ ኣብ ሃገራዊ ፖለቲካዊ ጉዳያት ኣበይ’ዩ ቦታይ፡ ኣበይ’ዩ ረብሓይ ኢሉ ንካልእ ዘይኮነ ንነብሱ ክሓታ ኣለዎ። ካብ 1961-1991 ን30 ዓመታት ኣንጻር ባዕዳዊ መግዛእቲ ኣብ ዝተኻየደ ቃልሲ፡ ብተግባር ኣብ’ቲ ዓውደ ቃልሲ ዝተሳተፉ ይኹኑ ዘይተሳተፉ ኤርትራውያን ብሓሳብ ደረጃ መን’ዩ ጸላኢ መን’ከ ፈታዊ፡ እንታይ ዓይነት ህይወት የሕልፉ ኣለው መን’ዩ ጠንቂ? ኣብ ምፍላይ ምልላይ ጸገም ኣይነበረን ክበሃል ይከኣል። እዚ ልክዑ ናይ ዝፈልጥ ሰብ ወይ ሰባት ምዕቡል ኣተሓሳስባ’ዩ። ካብ 1991 ንነጀው ኣብ ዘሎ ኣስታት ርብዒ ዘመን ዘቑጸረ ኣገዛዝኣ ገባቲ ስርዓት ህግደፍ ግን፡ እቲ ኩነታት ተቐያይሩ። ኣብ ገለ ክፋል ሕብረተ-ሰብ ኤርትራ፡ ብነጻነትን መግዛእትን ተቐቢሩ ዝነበረ ሓያል ናይ ኣተሓሳስባ ደርቅን ድኽነትን ከምዘሎ ተጋሂዱ። ናይ ተፈጥሮ ሰባት ምዃኖም፡ ዝሓስብ ኣእምሮ ከም ዘለዎም፡ ኤርትራ ናቶም ምዃና፡ ኣብ ከመይነት ምሕደራኣ ማዕረ እቲ ካልእ ናይ ምውሳእ መሰልን ሓላፍነት ከም ዘለዎም ዘይርድኡ፡ ኣብ ነብሶም ዘይተኣማመኑ፡ ኣብ ፖለቲካዊ ስነ-ሓሳባዊ ኣረኣእያን ሕጋዊ ኣሰራርሓን ዘይኮነ፡ ድሕነት ቀጻልነቶም ኣብ ምሉእ ምሕረት ውልቀ ሰባት ዘሕደሩ፡ ንነብሶም ንባርነት ዝቐረቡ ኣገልገልቲ ምልኪ ምህላዎም ተረጋጊጹ። እዞም ወገናት ምስ ዘይመኻይዶም ይኸዱ ከምዘለው፡ ጸላኢኦም ይረርው ይሕብሕቡ ከምዘለው ዝተረድኡ ወገናት ንምሓጋዞም ጽዒሮም’ዮም። ከም’ቲ ሕማሙ ዘይቅበል ሕሙም ተገዲስካ ክትሕግዞ ክተሕክሞ እንተደለኻ’ውን ዘይቅበል፡ እዞም ንገዛእ ርእሶም ንቑሓት ዝመስሎም ግን ከኣ ብናይ 2 ኣተሓሳስባ ደርቂ ዝተጠቕዑ ወገናት፡ ንዝወሃቦም ኣስተምህሮ ምኽሪ ክቕበልዎ ፍቓደኛታት ኣይኮኑን። ክኒዮ ሓሳብ ብተግባር ፖለቲካ ኤርትራ ብዘቤታዊ ጸገም ከም ዝተሓመሰ እናረኣዩ፡ ኣይፋል ጽቡቕ ኣለና ሃገር ትምዕብል ኣለና፡ ሕማቕ ኣለና ዝብሉ ኩሎም ጸላእትን ተጻባእትን’ዮም። ዕድመ ንመንግስትናን መራሒናን ክብሉ ይስምዑ። ኣብ ጎኒ ህዝብን ፍትሕን ኣይንስለፍን፡ እምነትና፡ መሰልና፡ ረብሓናስ ምስ’ቲ ኣንጊህና ዘምለኽናዮ ጎይታና ደኣ ኣብ ዝብል ተለጢፎም ክኸዱ ይረኣዩ። ኣብ ክንዲ ሰብ ዘኽብሩ፡ ኣብ ክንዲ ህዝቢ ዘፍቅሩ፡ ኣብ ክንዲ ኣብ ልዕና ግዝኣተ ሕጊ ዝኣምኑ፡ ንሰላም ንደሞክራስን ንልምዓት ደው ዝብሉ፡ እቶም ገለ ብቕሉዕ ንሕና ንመንግስትና መንግስትና ንዓና ይጭርሑ። እቶም ገለ ከኣ፡ ፈጺሙ ዘይተኣሳሰር ጉዳይ ንቕድሚት እናምጽኡ፡ ኣነ’ኮ ሃገረይ ኣይጸላእኩን። እቲ ጸገም’ኮ ኢሳያስ ‘ምበር መንግስቲ ኤርትራ ኣይኮነን። ደሓር ከኣ እዛ ሃገር ብርእሰ ሓያላን ከይተረፈ ተጠማቲት’ያ። ብጸላእቲ ዝተኸበበት’ያ። መሬትና ብጸላኢ ተታሒዙ እናሃለወ መንግስቲ ሰላም ዘይስፈነ፣ ዘየልምዐ፣ ምርጫ ዘየካየደ ዝብል ክሲ መሰረት ዘይብሉ’ዩ። ጠንቂ ስደትን ሓደጋታቱን ናይ’ቶም ዝስደዱ ዘለው ሰባት ደኣምበር ናይ መንግስቲ ጸገም ኣይኮነን። እቶም ዝስደዱ ከደዓት’ዮም። ኣብ ጉዕዞኦም ሓደጋታት እንተጋጠሞም ባዕሎም ብጽጋቦም ዝኸድዎ ደኣምበር ንሱ ኣይመጸኦምን። እንቋዕ ድማ ሓደጋ ኣጋጠሞም እናበሉ፡ ብሞትን ስቓይን ኤርትራውያን ዝተሰመዖም ሓጎስን ነቲ ብፋቓዶም ኣብ ስልጣን ዘየደየብዎ ጉጅላዊ ስርዓት ዘለዎም ተኣማንነት ብኹርዓት ክገልጹ ይስምዑ። ንዘይመረጾ መንግስቲ መንግስተይ ኢሉ ዝቕበል፡ ኣብ ክንዲ ሕግና እንታይ ይብል፡ መራሕትና እንታይ በሉ መምርሒኡ ዝገበረ፡ ዘዕበዮ ሰብኣዊ ሓልዮትን ኣኽብሮትን ደርቢዩ ብጭካኔ ዝተከኣ፡ ኣብ ዝባን ሬሳ ተሓንበለ ዝብል ኣተሓሳስባ፡ ክኒዮ’ቲ ወግዓዊ ጸላኢ፡ ጸላኢ’ዩ። ጸላኢ ገዛእ ርእሱ። ስለዚ ነቲ ወግዓዊ ጸላኢ ህግደፍ ተቓሊስና ክንስዕር፡ መጀመርያ ኣብ ርእስና ተቐሪጹ ዘሎ ድሑር ፖለቲካዊ ኣተሓሳስባ ንስዓር። ቅድሚ ኤርትራዊ መንነት ሰብኣዊ መንነት ነቐድም። ናይ ገዛእ ርእስና ራኢ፡ ፖለቲካዊ መንነት ይሃልወና። ሰብኣዊ ክብርና ኣዋሪድና፡ ፖለቲካዊ መንነትና ኣጥፊእና፡ ኣብ ናይ ካልኦት ራእን መንነት ኣንጉዕ ኮይና ካብ ምግልጋል ንገላገል። ናይ ኣተሓሳስባ ድኽነት፡ ብኣካል ዘይረአ ኣብ ቅድሚ ሕጊ ኣቕሪብካ ዘይኽሰስ፡ ብምርምራ ዘይርከብ ዘይፍወስ፡ እቲ ዝኸፍአ ጸላኢ’ዩ። ኣብ ኤርትራ ዘሎ ናይ ኣተሓሳስባ ደርቅን ድኽነትን ሎሚ ኣንጉዕ መላኺ መንግስቲ ህግደፍ’ዩ። እቲ ዝተረረ ዕርዲ’ዩ። እዞም ኣብ ዝባን ሬሳ ዝስዕስዑ ዘለው፣ እዘን ኢድ ኢሳያስ ዝስዕማ፣ እዞም ባህላዊ ጉዳያት ህግደፍ፣ መንእሰያት ህግደፍ ዝበሃሉ፡ በዓል ህግደፋዊት ሃማደኤ፡ ሃኮሰኤ፣ ሃማመተኤ፣ ልዑላዊ መሬት ቅድሚ ኩሉ ዝጭርሑ፡ መሰልን ክብረትን ልዑላዊ ህዝቢ 3 ዘየገድሶም ውልቀ ሰባትን ገለ ክፋል ካብ ሕብረተ-ሰብ ኤርትራን ፈትዮም ዘይኮኑ ሕማም ነብሶም’ዩ ዝጻወተሎም ዘሎ። ናይ ኣገልጋልነት ባርነት ፋሽሽታዊ ኣተሓሳስባ ኣብ ርእሶም ስለ ዝተቐርጸ’ዩ። ነብሰ ምትእምማን ዘይብሎም ምእዙዛት ምልኪ ስለዝኾኑ’ዮም። ስለዚ እዞም ኣምለኽቲ ውልቀ-ምልካዊ ስርዓት ዝኾኑ ውልቀ ሰባት ድዮም ገለ ክፋል ካብ ሕብረተ-ሰብ ኤርትራ፡ መጀመርያ ባዕሎም ካብ ዘተኣታተውዎ ናይ ኣተሓሳስባ ደርቂ ንምውጻእ ክረባረቡ ይግባእ። እምቢ እንተደኣ ኢሎም በቲ ዝኸድዎ ዘለው እንተቐጺሎም ከኣ፡ ኣብ ቀረባ ርሕቀት ብሕጊ፡ ብሕልናን ብታሪኽን ተሓታቲ ምዃኖም ብዝግባእ ክንገሮም ኣለዎ። ድ,ሰ,ደ,ኤ, 01-05-2015