Month: December 2016

Secularism for the “United States of Eritrea”

Secularism for the “United States of Eritrea”

By Ermyas Sereke On November 28 2016, I read a very interesting article on ''awate.com'' - Popular Eritrean opposition website - called '' The United States of Eritrea''. In the article the author talks about what kind of ''federal government'', Education, and language should Eritrea have after the post-dictatorship period on his opinion. But he … Continue reading Secularism for the “United States of Eritrea”

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Inspiring Myestery: Infinity In a Jar

By Jonathan Cahn It was morning. The teacher come to my room holding a little jar. ''A question'' he said. ''Can that which is little contain that which is big?'' ''No'' I answered. ''Can that which is finite encompass that which is infinite?'' ''No'' I said again. ''But it can,'' he replied. ''How?'' ''He lifted … Continue reading Inspiring Myestery: Infinity In a Jar

Stop Submission to the Eritrean Dictatorship

Stop Submission to the Eritrean Dictatorship

by Ermyas Sereke The Monkeys Master: An old man survived by keep the monkeys in his services One day there was an old man that have a lot of Monkeys serving him. Everyday he gathers all monkeys and order the eldest monkey to guide them to the mountain to collect fruits from the trees. Every … Continue reading Stop Submission to the Eritrean Dictatorship

The kingdom of Aksum: One of the four greatest powers in the world

The kingdom of Aksum: One of the four greatest powers in the world

Aksum was the name of a city and a kingdom which is essentially modern-day northern Ethiopia (Tigray province) and Eritrea. Research shows that Aksum was a major naval and trading power from the 1st to the 7th centuries C.E. As a civilization it had a profound impact upon the people of Egypt, southern Arabia, Europe and Asia, all … Continue reading The kingdom of Aksum: One of the four greatest powers in the world