- Created: Thursday, 23 October 2014 11:19
Now desperate mothers drag their BABIES 5,000 miles to squalid Calais refugee camps to find husbands who have already crossed channel into Britain
The latest report of the UN Monitoring Group on Somalia and Eritrea, released last week, depicts TPDM (a.k.a. “Demhit”) as the strongest among Eritrea-based Ethiopian rebel groups with around 20,000 fighters.
On September 29, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu kvelled as he addressed the UN General Assembly on Israel being the one true democracy in the Middle East: "…Where issues are openly debated in a boisterous parliament, where human rights are protected by independent courts, and where women, gays and minorities live in a genuinely free society."
“I represent a humble but nevertheless oppressed and enslaved people. I represent a nation whose current human rights record is beyond poor. I represent Eritrea, a country known otherwise as an open prison referred to as the North Korea of Africa by the Human Rights Watch.”
The Eritrean Canadian Human Rights Groups – a network of human rights defenders is proud to invite you to a public seminar with a distinguished Eritrean human rights lawyer and scholar Dr. Daniel Rezene Mekonnen.