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The Eritrean political comments online make many site maps on this network. This is the site map 3 F. It includes some Eritrean comments on political topics including the political comments Eritreans posted on pages about the Eritrean refugees in Libya, Sudan, Ethiopia, Egypt and other places in the world.
Since the volumes of the Eritrean political commentaries are great, we needed to reorganize them in some site maps like this one and build them forums for Eritreans to enjoy reading some political topics, agree, or disagree and discuss Eritrean political arguments.
We thought at the same time of creating Eritrean community on this network. Other communities that belong to the other states in the Horn of Africa will appear here soon. There are some already, such as the Somalis community and the Sudanese community.
So, to agree, or disagree is seriously not a big deal, or the serious matter. The serious matter is to collect and gather some Eritreans who have socialist political interests to read Eritrean political comments.
After that we want them to comment regularly, enlighten our readers, connect to each other and then work towards creating that socialist awareness we aim at.
In addition to the Eritrean political comments by the HOA's Eritrean community, we have already a small community consist of Sudanese community, Somalis community and Ethiopian community.
We do not need just any community. We need socialists to come and get crackin' a network they love and trust to achieve their political, cultural and economical goals.
Since those site maps you see on this page are about political topics, all relevant comments on them fall in this category. Each state in East Africa has its political forums.
Cultural topics start at three important pages at HOAs Cultural Project, HOAs Journalists Project and HOAs Poets Project and then run in to fall on the cultural pages for each community included in the HOAs Comprehensive Projects.
But, the cultural topics build also some cultural forums for each state in the Horn of Africa and East Africa. The set of cultural forums are connected to the cultural site maps of the Horn Africa's Network.
Economical topics get also to special economical pages on these communities and so forth to categorize the network scientifically and make it easier for you to ready topics by categories.
They build the economical forums for each state in the region. Sooner we will have you covered completely through the coverages of the states in East Africa, although you could read economical topics at the Eritrean forums and the Sudanese forums at this moment.
It also may be that since the date we have published this pages that we have already many economical forums to enjoy in this network in addition to the Eritrean political comments on this page and at the other Eritrean forums.
It is an organizational matter that demands the web-based revolutionary process to build good and socially oriented communities on this network, all of which would fall at the end on the great USHA Framework, since the IGAD is already dead.
This is a revolutionary initiative to revive the political, economical and cultural situations in the states that make The Intergovernmental Authority on Development.
The Eritrean political comments online or the site map 3 F start with the main pages about Eritrea and then include the other site maps of each country in the Horn of Africa in addition to Chad and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
The two mentioned states here have some impacts on some countries in the Horn of Africa politically and culturally, so it is obvious that we include them for that reason.
Some Eritrean Site Maps:
Eritrean Primary Site Map 3 A - Eritrea
Eritrean Primary Site Map 3 B - Eritrean Political Articles
Eritrean Primary Site Map 3 C - Eritrean Forums Online
Eritrean Primary Site Map 3 D - Eritreans Write Online
Eritrean Primary Site Map 3 E - Eritreans Love Commentaries
Eritrean Primary Site Map 3 F - Eritrean Political Comments
Eritrean Primary Site Map 3 G, Eritrean Humanitarian Topics
Eritrean Secondary Site Map 13 B, Eritrean Refugees
Eritrean Secondary Site Map 17, Write about Eritrea
Here are some of the posts in the Eritrean forums including the Eritrean political comments:
* 15 Eritreans Are in Danger of Deportation from Libya - In the first entry on the Eritrean political comments here, Selmawi tells the story of 15 Eritrean refugees in the Surman detaining, which lies about 80 kilometers at the west of Tripoli in Libya.
The detained Eritreans faced hard conditions in the detaining center while waiting for deportation to Eritrea. There's a sad story here, I witnessed personally.
A human rights activist female contacted me to provide the information needed to get to these refugees and connect with them, through which I acted as a liaison, so some of them have got the help to come to Europe. However, the female activist neglected getting back to me.
This entry alerted the human rights organization that time and some of them have been notified of the dangerous attempt of the Libyan authorities.
* 15 Eritreans Are in Danger of Deportation from Libya Comments - There is no follow up in this entry. If you were one of those 15 Eritrean refugees, or if you had been in Libya that time, tell us where are you now and how did you managed to escape.<br><br>
* The Untold Threats and Sufferance of Eritreans in Libya - How did the Eritrean refugees suffer from maltreatment in Libya?
How did they survive there in Tripoli?
How did some of them get out?
How many of them have been deported?
How many of them tried to flee to Italy and ended as meals for the shark in the Mediterranean Sea?
I am not wondering, as the unfold tragedy proves that people could still have dignity in their homelands, no matter what and they could survive, connect and get together to work together to achieve what they want.
I strongly suggest this, as Europe is not a paradise anymore. There is also some kind of dictatorships here. Believe it, or not. I am living it daily and just don't mention racism, despite all the claims of civilization.
* The Untold Threats and Sufferance of Eritreans in Libya Comments - This entry has many replies and it opened a good dialogue between a contributor who did not believe of such stories, the first commentator and other participant in this Eritrean debate.
* Asylum Seekers in Libya under Great Fear - Selmawi was one the Eritrean asylum seekers in Libya. He wrote many reports about the Eritrean refugees in Libya stating that they lived in great fear in the Libyan capital city and elsewhere in the country.
Many Eritrean refugees have succeeded to flee during the wars and some of them have been trapped. Some of those who made their way out arrived to new settlements in Europe.
* Asylum Seekers in Libya under Great Fear Comments - Reports by Selmawi have been submitted to human rights organizations in addition to the UNHCR.
Since that date some of those humanitarian organizations have followed to address the issue. We need to know from you if you were there.
Tell us your story through the Eritrean political comments starting from the day you made your way out of the Libyan labyrinth.
* They are Selling and Buying Human Beings in Libya - Selmawi tells here the story of Libyan officers engaging in bribes and robe the Eritrean refugees their money directly from their pockets and in exchange of their freedom to get out of the detaining centers.
Other Eritrean refugees have to pay to get access to present their case in front of the UNHCR. Others have been attacked on some places and robbed even by police. Girls became victims of rape too.
Most of the posts including the Eritrean political comments by Selmawi are remarkable.
* They are Selling and Buying Human Beings in Libya Comments - Mehani asked in his post why the Eritrean fled to Libya and not to Sudan, the nearest country as used to before. Selmawi replied they made it maybe to work.
But reasons apparently are varied. The question was not as important as the matter was.
In another post, Medhani appear to be opposing the idea of getting out of Eritrea to be exposed to other unknown threats. I almost could understand what he tried to convey.
* Political Refugees Killed on Borders to Israel - Adyam wrote about those Eritrean, Ethiopian and Sudanese refugees who were killed while they were in their way from Egypt to Israel. She said the Egyptian border guards killed dozens of them while they were trying to get to Israel to work there.
* Political Refugees Killed on Borders to Israel Comments - This entry in the Eritrean political comments need more follow up here. How many refugees have got to Israel from Egypt? Are you one of them? Tell us your story through the form at the bottom of the Eritrean political comments.
In addition to the Eritrean political comments, or site map 3 F, here are the rest of the primary and secondary site maps on this network.
East Africa's Primary Site Maps:
East Africa's Primary Site Map 1: Horn of Africa
East Africa's Primary Site Map 2: Djibouti
East Africa's Primary Site Map 3: Eritrea
East Africa's Primary Site Map 4: Ethiopia
East Africa's Primary Site Map 5: Kenya
East Africa's Primary Site Map 8: Uganda
East Africa's Primary Site Map 9: Chad
East Africa's Primary Site Map 10: Democratic Republic of Congo DRC
East Africa's Primary Site Map 11: Political Site Map
East Africa's Primary Site Map 12: Political Section
East Africa's Primary Site Map 13: Humanitarian Network
East Africa's Primary Site Map 14: Political Sense Journal
East Africa's Secondary Site Maps:
East Africa's Secondary Site Map 15: Write about HOA
East Africa's Secondary Site Map 16: Write about Djibouti
East Africa's Secondary Site Map 17: Write about Eritrea
East Africa's Secondary Site Map 18: Write about Ethiopia
East Africa's Secondary Site Map 19: Write about Kenya
East Africa's Secondary Site Map 20: Write about Somalia
East Africa's Secondary Site Map 21: Write about Sudan
East Africa's Secondary Site Map 22: Write about Uganda
East Africa's Secondary Site Map 23: Write about Chad
East Africa's Secondary Site Map 24: Write about DRC
East Africa's Readers Site Maps:
East Africa's Readers Site Map 25: Readers Write Good
East Africa's Readers Site Map 26: Readers Write Comments
East Africa's Readers Site Map 27: Readers Read Good
East Africa's Readers Site Map 28: Comments
East Africa's Readers Site Map 29: Readers Comment
East Africa's Newsletter Site Maps:
East Africa's Newsletter Site Map 30, Horn of Africa's Newsletters
East Africa's Newsletter Site Map 31, Horn of Africa's Bulletins
East Africa's Newsletter Site Map 32, Horn of Africa's Ezines
East Africa's Newsletter Site Map 33, Horn Africa's Political Newsletters
East Africa's Newsletter Site Map 34, Horn of Africa's Journal
The Somali Site Maps:
Somali Primary Site Map 6 A, Somalia and Somaliland
Somali Primary Site Map 6 B, Somali Arabic Comments
Somali Primary Site Map 6 C, Somali Political Articles
Somali Primary Site Map 6 D, Somali Political Forums
Somali Primary Site Map 6 E, Somali Political Comments
Somali Secondary Site Map 20, Write about Somalia
The Sudanese Primary Site Maps:
Sudanese Primary Site Map 7 A, Sudan and South Sudan
Sudanese Primary Site Map 7 B, Sudanese Political Articles
Sudanese Primary Site Map 7 C, Sudanese Arabic Political Articles
Sudanese Primary Site Map 7 D, Sudanese Economical Forums
Sudanese Primary Site Map 7 E, Sudanese Cultural Forums
Sudanese Primary Site Map 7 F, Sudanese Forum
Sudanese Primary Site Map 7 G, Sudanese Forums
Sudanese Primary Site Map 7 H, Sudanese Regional Politics
The Sudanese Secondary Site Maps:
Sudanese Secondary Site Map 21 A, Write about Sudan
Sudanese Secondary Site Map 21 B, Comments on Sudan
Sudanese Secondary Site Map 21 C, Sudan Online
Sudanese Secondary Site Map 21 D, Sudanese Online
Sudanese Secondary Site Map 21 E, Sudanese Regimes' Political Crimes
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