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Shame on You Senators Feingold and Leahy Print E-mail

Shame on You Senators Feingold and Leahy [Draft Bill S. 3757]

By Tecola W. Hagos

September 5, 2010


Both Senators Leahy and Feingold, shame on you for your dishonesty and misleading “findings.”  What have you gained from such outrageous statements simply blaming the victim of concerted campaign by the historic enemies of Ethiopia ? You cannot claim ignorance for you have access to intelligence reports compiled by very many agencies. How much money does Saudi Arabia, along with Egypt, Iraq, the Gulf Emirates, et cetera expend financing and arming and instigating hostilities against Ethiopia? We all know Eritrea is a poor country. Where do you think all this weapon that the Eritrean Government is distributing is coming from? Senators Feingold and Leahy do not claim you are doing all these for the benefit of Ethiopians? You are promoting the goals of Ethiopia ’s historic enemies to destroy Ethiopia for some convoluted mind bending reasons of your own. You do not, simply put, make sense!

http://www.tecolahagos.com/Shame_Feingold_Leahy.htm

 
Energy and Security Issues in the Red Sea Transforming as the Age of Gas Begins in Earnest Print E-mail

Now, unlike a year or two ago, Eritrea recognizes that it can no longer give Ethiopia a pretext to go to war, because it would lose that conflict. On the other hand, Ethiopia’s need for the recovery of its Red Sea access may well have been forced by the combined efforts which recently resulted in, effectively, the loss of access through the Republic of Somaliland, which has succumbed, with broad Eritrean, Iranian, and other aid, to pan-Somalist, Islamist governance. So Ethiopia must bow to whatever demands Djibouti may make on it, in order to use the port of Djibouti, or else Addis Ababa must find a way to take back its territory in the south-eastern, Afar, area of what is the modern Eritrean state.

http://oilprice.com/Geo-Politics/Africa/Energy-and-Security-Issues-in-the-Red-Sea-Transforming-as-the-Age-of-Gas-Begins-in-Earnest.html

 
ERITREANS VOW TO LAUNCH ETHNIC BASED MOVEMENT Print E-mail

"Eritrean nations and nationalities have decided to collectively take an arms struggle in a united form to secure the abandoned rights of self determination up to secession" Mohamed Mear, Red Sea Afar Democratic Organization(RSADO) foreign affairs head told Sudan Tribune. "Eritrean nations and nationalities have decided to collectively take an arms struggle in a united form to secure the abandoned rights of self determination up to secession" Mohamed Mear, Red Sea Afar Democratic Organization(RSADO) foreign affairs head told Sudan Tribune.

http://asmarino.com/news/720-exiled-eritreans-vow-to-launch-ethnic-based-movement

 
Google Search in Amharic Print E-mail
ABSHA/ESC of Colorado announced the release of Google Search in Amharic at the free GeezEdit online Typing page, at http://freetyping.geezedit.com

 

GeezEdit Typing Online is an incredibly simple application to use due to innovative two-key stroke technology. Patent pending technology allows the user to use a maximum of two keystrokes to type any letter in the Ethiopic alphabet. GeezEdit Typing Online allows the user to save time and type any Ethiopic character, numeral, symbol or tonal mark with two keystrokes at most.  This free application is to edit, save, and print anything in Amharic, the national language of Ethiopia . In the past it was advised to type the Amharic words and paste them in Google to search in Amharic. The current announcement is about the addition of Google search in Amharic to the free typing GeezEdit page. 

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Eritrea's President Isaias supports Egypt over Ethiopia on Nile river issue Print E-mail
(JT) According to a publication by the Eritrean Ministry of Information, President Isaias Afwerki has reached an agreement with Egypt on various bilateral matters. President Isaias Afewerki said the Nile Littoral States (Uganda, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda etc) are however making the "wrong agreements and regulations" on the use of the Nile river. In an interview with Egyptian Television, Isaias said the position of upstream Nile countries "not only aggravates the situation but also creates tension. "
 
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