Eritrea's Political Problems!
Eritrea's Political Problems are different nowadays from those problems Eritrea faced yesterday. Since 1991, the great liberation day, Eritrea began to witness some different kinds of problems than those faced the Eritrean people during the annexation of the country to Ethiopia. Some of those political problems are domestic and the others are exported by groups of political opponents to the Eritrean People's Front for Democracy and Justice (PFDJ).
Military and religious dictatorial regime of Sudan is the major source of threats to the Eritrean resettlement. The regime supports the so-called Eritrean Jihadists and other political opponents in many groups to tumble the political system in Asmara. During the 1990s, the Sudanese dictatorial regime's embassy in Asmara worked hard to recruit some Eritrean people inside the country to carry out destructive plans inside the Eritrean society.
Severe destructive activities carried by the Eritrean Islamic Jihad Movement (Harakat al Jihad al Islami al Eritri), one of the Sudanese dictatorial regime's allies, starting from 1991 and continuing even while both Eritrea and Ethiopia were in war in 1996-1998. Eritrean Islamic Jihad Movement announced many operations against the Eritrean government in 1996 on the global computer network on the Internet by The American Islamic Group, an association based in San Diego, California, which promotes the ideas of fundamental Islamic movements, notably Algeria's Islamic Armed Group.
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