Ethiopians, Eritreans desirous of renewal of relations – By Abebe Gellaw

March 17th, 2010 Print Print Email Email

Ethiopian and Eritrean scholars took turns to lay the blame for the separation of the Ethiopian and Eritrean people on dictatorial rulers and extremist “liberation fronts” that took secession as the only viable solution to a complex problem. (more…)

Ethiopian and Eritrean scholars took turns to lay the blame for the separation of the Ethiopian and Eritrean people on dictatorial rulers and extremist “liberation fronts” that took secession as the only viable solution to a complex problem. Speaking at the Ethiopian and Eritrean Friendship Conference in San Jose, California, which was held from March 12-14, panellists and members of the public emphasized the need to start a process of healing, renewal and normalisation of people to people relations as the feeling of enmity were created and fuelled by succeeding rulers and elites that never represent the interests and desires of their people.

Opening the conference, Dr Worku Negash, who moderated the dialogue without taking sides on behalf of the Stanford Ethiopian Forum, noted that the unique gathering was a beginning in the right direction to normalize the toxic relations between Ethiopians and Eritreans, who have been through so much conflicts and pains due to their tragic past.
Eritrean Professor Mesfin Araya of City University of New York said that the Eritrean middle class that blindly rallied around Isaias Afeworki and the Eritrean People’s Liberation Front committed a “collective suicide in post-independence Eritrea.”

He noted that even during the Eritrean referendum, there had never been a public debate on the available options to resolve the Eritrean question. “It was merely the EPLF’s agenda that was carried out with TPLF. The intellectual class never demanded a public debate over the cost and benefits of independence,” he said.

According to Professor Mesfin, the Eritrean intelligentsia should particularly take the responsibility for sheepishly allowing the political class led by the EPLF to impose its narrow will and opt for the territorial independence of Eritrea without involving and consulting the people. “Spinelessly, the intellectual class backed EPLF actions to support the referendum in the total absence of democratic debates.” The Professor, who was bluntly honest, pointed out that it would be logical to argue that the Eritrean referendum was not really authentic.

Professor Mesfin also questioned the motive and wisdom of the Eritrean business class to opt for separation in spite of the fact that a significant number of its members had comfortable lives and thriving businesses within Ethiopia since the reign of Emperor Haile Selassie. “Normally, one would expect that the Eritrean business class, driven by self-interest, would seek a bigger and expanding market. Why they have chosen to confine themselves to a much narrower market is incomprehensible.” The professor went on to say that the business and intellectual classes in post-independence Eritrea ended up paying a heavy price because of their myopic miscalculations.

“Monopolizing business activities, EPLF has almost wiped out the Eritrean business class. The wealthy Eritrean business people of the good old days are no more there,” he said. Professor Mesfin underscored the fact that those Eritrean intellectuals and business people, who had given unwarranted support to independence, have now been losers confronting a crisis of hegemony as well as political, economic and social problems in liberated Eritrea under Isaias Afeworki, who has turned the nation into a pariah state.
The professor pointed out that the Horn of Africa, which has been facing cyclic tyranny and poverty, has a potential to unify gradually on condition that the sub-region is free from destructive and divisive tyrannies. For that to happen, according to Professor Mesfin, the intellectual class need to reflect on its past mistakes and develop the capacity to “dream big and beautiful” to reconcile with its tragic past and envision a better future for generations to come.

Another Eritrean scholar, Professor Tesfatsion Medhanie, who teaches politics and law at Bremen University, Germany, on his part tried to analyse why Ethiopia and Eritrea were separated and how they can start a process of reunification that can lead up to federation. According to him, the main cause of the conflict between the Ethiopian state and Eritrean nationalists was mainly a result of the decision taken by Emperor Haile Selassie to dissolve Eritrea’s federal status in 1962.

The professor went on to claim that the ruling elites, both in Ethiopia and Eritrea, were not ready for rational solutions as they held extremist views akin to Manichaeism, which sees the world as a struggle between the forces of good and evil. Professor Tesfatsion identified the current rulers of both nations as tyrannical that did not even allow popular debates and dialogues on the question of Eritrea. He also admitted the fact that the separation of Eritrea was not done in a legitimate and just manner but emphasized that people have to accept the current reality.

While TPLF sees itself as the champion of Eritrean independence but with a sinister motive, the EPLF, backed by the TPLF, has taken an unscientific view that claimed that the Ethio-Eritrean problem was a colonial issue. Professor Tesfatsion said that both Eritreans and Ethiopians, who have suffered a great deal as a result of their terrible history of conflict and hostility, need to make efforts to treat and understand one another with “deep sense of sympathy.” He also lambasted Ethiopian opposition groups who naively believe that Eritrean dictator Isaias Afeworki would genuinely help liberate Ethiopia. He said it was insensitive on the part of some Ethiopian groups and individuals who have gone to the extent of naming the Eritrean tyrant Isaias Afeworki person of the year.

The professor said that Ethiopians and Eritreans, should the pre-conditions be fulfilled, need to consider an “open confederation” that can lead to reunion based on a fair federal arrangement.

Historian Dr Daniel Kindie, argued that federation, in stead of confederation, was much more plausible than confederation given the history of the two nations. Dr Daniel laced his argument with a historical context by emphasising on the root causes of tensions and conflicts that were deliberately created and sustained by colonial powers especially the British Empire that has deliberately sowed deadly divisions and conflicts among the people of Africa.
One of the founders of the Tigray People Liberation Front, Dr. Aregawi Berhe, who resides in The Hague and is currently a researcher at Leiden University, spoke about the “horrendous looting and plundering” being committed by Meles Zenawi and his cronies. According to Dr. Aregawi, the main obstacles for peace, reconciliation and unity in the Horn of Africa are the ruthless rulers robbing and messing up the poor people.
He said that the most important precondition for co-operation and reconciliation between the oppressed people of Ethiopia and Eritrea is freedom. “Under these dictatorial regimes, neither confederation nor federation can be viable alternatives,” he noted.

Executive director of the Solidarity Movement for a New Ethiopia, Obang Metho took the podium and delivered a rousing speech that touched the hearts of so many people. After talking about his own experience of being treated differently by fellow Ethiopians because of the colour of his skin, Obang highlighted the need to focus more on our humanity than ethnic origins, commonness rather than differences as people of one nation.

Obang pointed out that there was an urgent need for healing among Ethiopians and Eritreans who have been subjected to extremely traumatic suffering and bloodshed. He said that people should go through four phases of transitions: awareness of the truth, transformation, healing and embracing one another with wholehearted compassion and forgiveness.

Jawar Mohammed talked about the need to challenge tyranny through nonviolence, which has proven to be a potent force of change across the world. In a well-articulated presentation, he forcefully advocated that opposition groups need to adapt nonviolent struggle as a means to bring about change in Ethiopia. According to Jawar, nonviolent strategies and tactics have yet to be employed to mobilize people to confront and disobey those who are abusing them in a well-coordinated and systematic manner.
On my part, I emphasized on the need to confront the truth to start a process of healing and reconciliation as well as taking Ethio-Eritrean initiatives at grassroots levels that can deepen trust and eventually help rebuild the broken bridges and bonds between the two nations.

Other panellists and members of the public lined up to speak out their divergent views on issues related to Ethio-Eritrean relations and the prevailing realities in the two nations. While the majority of participants have expressed their delight with the start of such a unique dialogue which can eventually lead to repair the damage done on Ethio-Eritrean relations, there were also few suspected supporters of the TPLF who exhibited their lack of civility and intolerance to freedom of expression. A couple of them were seen hurling tantrums, shaking their fists and pulling out their hairs in a futile bid to intimidate participants, including myself, from expressing honest views. Despite all that, the conference was concluded without any serious incident and renewed hope for a better future.

At the conclusion of the three-day conference, special plaques were presented to Professor Tesfatsion Medhanie and Dr. Daniel Kindie for their extraordinary effort to promote peace and reconciliation between Eritreans and Ethiopians. Other members of the panel were also awarded certificates of commendations.

  1. Eritrea
    | #1

    it is amazing seeing people who can not even represent them selves talking for Eritreans and Ethiopians
    99% of Eritrean people vote for independence in the presence of international community and it was called by these loosers ” not legitimate”
    It seems to me that these Drs never feel the pain of the peopel in Massawa , Hirgigo Asmara Agordet masacars
    They Compared independence with Eritrean businesses in Ethiopia ( funny)
    I though Aregawi Berhe fought for Tigray independence ?
    the old annexation claims 65000 heroes and many more civilians and displaced millions of Eritreans …. god knows from Ethiopian side … I don’t know if these loosers are looking for more destruction
    they fail to differentiate Isayas (PFDJ) from Eritrea …
    I am sure they are doing this for few dollars more

  2. Anonymous
    | #2

    The majority of Eritreans are racist people. Ethiopia have lost money and its countless numbers of soldiers fighting these people for years. They grew up hating Ethiopians…I know this for a fact; some of my relatives who were born from Eritrean mother and Ethiopian father were tormented all their lives for being only half Eritreans. Mind you, these brothers and sisters were born and raised in Asmara speaking only Tigreigna, till they finally left Eritrea in the late 1960s. Eritreans only want Ethiopians’ money. Issayas one of the most hateful man on earth, created Meles and all the separatists group in Ethiopia in order to dismantle Ethiopia. It took one demented man, Adolf Hitler to influence others to kill over 6 million people in Germany, and now, we are witnessing because of the two demented so cold leaders, Issayas and Meles Ethiopia and Ethiopians are being destroyed as we speak. Issayas and Meles need to be tried in International Court System and be punished for the crimes they have committed. Once Ethiopia is free of TPLF, we have to get back our ports by any means of necessary. It is Meles and a few biased individuals who had decided to hand over the only Ethiopian Port against 75 million Ethiopians and it should not stand as a permanent law. Almost twenty years later what Eritreans called freedom from Ethiopia–not all it’s cracked up to be! These people were blinded by so much hate, and now, after they have seen life without Ethiopia–they are talking brotherhood. I believe brotherhood has nothing to do with it, but only financial gain for themselves. I say, get our ports back and let the Eritreans have their freedom and live with their own dictator.

  3. Henok Zeremariam
    | #3

    The professors and Docs representing the Eritrean side on this debate are all from the opposition camp(if there is any?) and worse they all seem to be approaching the issue from pure intellectual standpoint and at best from events up to the federation. they don’t seem to have the knowledge of the new reality and social order on the ground in Eritrea that was forged by the struggle! so it is safe to say the debate was by the scholars of ethiopia only, on a matter relevant for both eritrea and ethiopia. it was useless!

    i believe some form of economic and social integration can be achieved after the two countries first mature up and clean up their houses on their own. and that will definitely be mutually beneficial for the two people.

  4. Ertirean
    | #4

    Ethiopia can only Assab Hotel not PORT OF ASSAB

  5. ትክክል ኤርትራዊ
    | #5

    ኢትዮጲያውያን ኣሰብ ሆተል ብቻ ኦውን ማድረግ ይችላሉ ኣሰብ ወደብ ግን አይቻልም!!!!!!!
    የኢትዮጵያ መንግስታት ሁሉ ግዘ ለ ኤርትራውያን ይገድላሉ ያስራሉ ያሰቃያሉ … ሲለዚህ ኢትዮጵያ አንፈሊግም … ድህነታችን እንመርጣለን ከ እ ቲዮጵያ ኢሳያስም እንደሆነ እትዮጲያዊ ስለ ሆነ ነው የኤርትራ ህዝብን የሚያሰቃይ …
    ኤርትራ ለ ኤርትራዊያን

  6. Anonymous
    | #6

    Hmmmmmm we have a say in Tigrigna ‘Meraat keyhaza si mehaza yiquatsera’ Let first the eritrean people (am not concerned about ethio) be free from the dictator. after that all the eritrean people should have to know about federation or confederation their benefit and so on.and hear from the whole eritrean people, but not from 1 2 or 3 intelectuals.
    thanx

  7. wedi tepenja
    | #7

    What a waste of time!!!

    Those professors are not Eritreans, they are Ethiopians.
    The basic requirement for you to be an Eritrean is to believe and defend the independence and sovereignty of Eritrea like every Eritrean does and will continue to do for generations to come. I am a young Eritrean and I can tell you there are millions like me! Some of you people make me sick, how backward can you be? You need to grow up. You can be united in many ways without re-drawing international borders or drawing more blood.
    Trust me, after the PFDJ, there is a more harder lined group of youth inside Eritrea, far more nationalistic, aware and proud … they will bury anyone who tries to undo our independence 6 feet under without a thought. We know how to defend our nation.

    The youth who have been born and raised outside of Eritrea are far more conscious of their Eritrean identity and than any of you are. Please educate yourselves about the world that you live in. This is proof that Africans have a long, long and painful road ahead of them. Eritrea and Eritreans are far more advanced!

    http://www.youngpfdj.org/index.php

  8. Bidiho
    | #8

    It is good think that you are trying to build peace and bring about normalazation between these two countries. However, I feel like you are jumping to talk about the port of assab and confederation. These ideas are dead long someone couple of decades ago. Digging the dead issue up again will make no sence or it may flar-up the matches again. We know each and everyone of you on the list since long. We also know what you stand for. We know Professor Tesfatsion Medhanie, Aregawi Berhe and all others. Stop digging the dead….please don’t lag behind times. The whole issue of the fight between Eritrea and Ethiopia begun after Baduma. So, focus of issues happened after Baduma. Tell Meles Zenawi to give it back to its historical owners. Then, peace will prevail in its full-swing.

  9. lion of juda
    | #9

    I love Mr.Afeworki because he is making eritrea a country of old people and children.He destroyed the youth through war and migration and still he enjoys the support stupid ers.ON contrary Ethiopia is moving forward and nobody stop it.

  10. Gertachew
    | #10

    I believe these professors are naive or they are trying to fool Ethiopian to forgive the devils on the contienet of Africa. They fought the freedom loving people Ethiopia siding with Eriterians. These so called doctors need to teach Eriterians some lesson and then ask forgiveness. We will get our sea port as soon as we liberate Ethiopia from The criminal Meles and his merceneries.

  11. aha!
    | #11

    Diversion! Diversion! The Eritreans should have their own grass root movement to deal with their current regime. The Ethiopians have theirs to deal with the current regime. These two grass root movements loosely coordinated will bring about change nothing more and nothing less. These consotium of elitists is nothing more than diversion from the current focus on gaining momentum on the campaign for election. At the moment the parties that putting up resistance to regime are not well financed as are the parties that sustaining the regime and engaging the regime on corruption, which is a side line issue, as much as this consotium is a side line issue, where except for Obang Metho none them have a sizable clout/followers at the grass roots.

  12. ኮረሪማ
    | #12

    ኤርትራውያን ብቸኝነታቸውን እንደ ሴት ነብር ብልት ሲንከባከቡ፣ ኢትዮጵያውያን ደግም እንደተራብ ጅብ አሰብ ወይም ሞት ይላሉ። እነዚህ ተጻራሪ አመለካከቶች ናቸው።

    ኢትዮጵያውያን፣ የኤርትራን ህዝብ ትብብር የሚሹ ከሆነ፣ የኤርትራ ህዝብ ከትስስሩ ሊያገኝ የሚችለውን ጥቅም በቅድሚያ ማጤን ያስፈልጋቸዋል። የኤርትራንም ብቻ ሳይሆን የሌሎች ጎርቤት ሃገራን ውህደት መሻት አለባቸው።

    ኤርትራውያንም፣ ዛሬ አለም በሙሉ በመሰበጣጠር ሳይሆን በመተባበር፣ በማነስ ሳይሆን በመተለቅ ላይ የታነጸ ህላዌነትን በሚሻበት ግዜ፣ እነሱም ከኢትዮጵያም ሆነ ከሌሎች ጎረቤት ሃገራት ጋር ተደባልቀው አቅማቸውን የሚያተልቁበትን መንገድ መሻት አለባቸው።

    የጥቁር አፍሪቃውያን ዘላቂ መዳረሻ ያማረ ሊሆን የሚችለው፣ ተሳስሮ የመተባበርን አቅጣጫ የተከተለ እንደሆነ ነው።

  13. ቅብዓ-ቅዱስ
    | #13

    ባል ያገባች ሴት ፍንክንክ ያለች የሰከነች፣ የህብረተስብም ምሶሶ ነች ይባላል። ሚስት ያለችው ወንድ ደግሞ ተጠያቂነት የሚሰማው የህብረተብ ሃላፊ ነው ይባላል። ስለዚህ የኢትዮጵያና የኤርትራ መጋባት, ከህልም ይልቅ እውን ከሆነ, ውጤቱ በጎ ነው የሚሆነው።

    ኢትዮጵያ በመጠን አንጋፋ በመሆኗ፣ ኤርትራ ደግሞ እነስ ብላ የምታምር ስለሆነ፣ ኢትዮጵያ እንደባል፣ ኤርትራ ደግም እንደሚስት ሆነው ቢጋቡ ጥሩ ነው።

  14. Anonymous
    | #14

    Thrust me Ethiopia survived with out the so called port. Now, what’s up why can’t Eriteria manage to survive with ur port. Leave us alone.@Ertirean

  15. seifu
    | #15

    we know as Ethiopians melese zenawi is another face of isaias
    who cares about Eritrea than Ethiopia. At this time Ethiopia is administer by Eritrean agent,once we have democratically elected president and abolish melese dictatorship then by hook or crook we will
    have our own port of assab.We don’t force Eritrea to be ethiopian.let’s go our separate ways. we just only need our port.

  16. Anonymous
    | #16

    all this doesn’t make sense people, who in earth will think of of federation againg, this totally totally doesn’t make sense, i would rather tell this people to go and do their own business, rather that trying to get some cash by disturbing inocent citizens, please please please…..

  17. Anonymous
    | #17

    We are neighbours, and we will remain as such, so let’s learn to love each other.

  18. soira
    | #18

    unity is strength i dont see any difference on this people we need to be together as eritreans or ethiopians we are far away from reality look the world globalization still we are talking about port and boundries i bleave we are living in one world but there is another world for eri and ethios get up you people stop the verbal and amunition war start live together with love and haromony you only live ones on this planet or your planet wher ever you think of living.

  19. Gonderew
    | #19

    Gonderew Says:
    March 18th, 2010 at 4:21 pm
    I see here how once again Eriteria and the consern for its people is crowding the the attention of Ethiopians.I concur with Seul whoever initiated this idea it has its own purpose.It is diversionary,and has nothing to benefit Ethiopia.Seting aside pedagogical and academic polemics,when it comes the desteny of Ethiopia the 80 million citizens will fix the directiion of the nation by national consensus.Personally,when it comes to Eritrians,I have no desire to say any thing but this I am done with them.One thing I know the brave Ethiopians who lost their life until the last minuite, the generals who committed suicide at Asab died not in vain. I am a realist;I see no use for this kind of girbish.The calouse intelictuals can may romanticize if they want to.and speake of confederation Federatioin but the genuine Ethiopians will replay, Live us alone we are still nursing the lose of our heros.Finally, Eritria for Eritrians,Ethiopia for Ethiopians.I thought by now they have become the the African Singapur.I can only speak for my time and my generation,Idont want to here any discussion that will evoke about the past involving these people.I am at peace with my self I respect other individuals,I just dont want my country to be used and abused by these would be Black Europians.As long as they stay North of Badame ,and not engaged in provoking Ethiopia I am very happey,without them. IA’s shabia is the spring and the fountain source of lEthiopia’s elment.The malignant IA and his shabia need to be held at arms length.

  20. ሙና
    | #20

    በፍክር መኖር መልካም ነውና እባካችሁ እንፋከር

  21. ሙና
    | #21

    wherevere we travel we have the
    same phsical identity, the same color
    we speak the same languge, so pleace
    our leaders try ro make good leader ship
    for us thank you vsery mach

  22. melaku meheret
    | #22

    what reaction. very sad. the indian ocean used to be called an ethiopian ocean. now the country is locked out by the politics of TPLF and EPLf.

  23. As stupid as you sound, you don’t know what you are talking about. “Emty vessel sounds most”. You are running out of the precious staff, “BRAIN”. Please consult your doctor if you have one.
    | #23

    Anonymous :
    The majority of Eritreans are racist people. Ethiopia have lost money and its countless numbers of soldiers fighting these people for years. They grew up hating Ethiopians…I know this for a fact; some of my relatives who were born from Eritrean mother and Ethiopian father were tormented all their lives for being only half Eritreans. Mind you, these brothers and sisters were born and raised in Asmara speaking only Tigreigna, till they finally left Eritrea in the late 1960s. Eritreans only want Ethiopians’ money. Issayas one of the most hateful man on earth, created Meles and all the separatists group in Ethiopia in order to dismantle Ethiopia. It took one demented man, Adolf Hitler to influence others to kill over 6 million people in Germany, and now, we are witnessing because of the two demented so cold leaders, Issayas and Meles Ethiopia and Ethiopians are being destroyed as we speak. Issayas and Meles need to be tried in International Court System and be punished for the crimes they have committed. Once Ethiopia is free of TPLF, we have to get back our ports by any means of necessary. It is Meles and a few biased individuals who had decided to hand over the only Ethiopian Port against 75 million Ethiopians and it should not stand as a permanent law. Almost twenty years later what Eritreans called freedom from Ethiopia–not all it’s cracked up to be! These people were blinded by so much hate, and now, after they have seen life without Ethiopia–they are talking brotherhood. I believe brotherhood has nothing to do with it, but only financial gain for themselves. I say, get our ports back and let the Eritreans have their freedom and live with their own dictator.

  24. As stupid as you sound, you don’t know what you are talking about. “Emty vessel sounds most”. You are running out of the precious staff, “BRAIN”. Please consult your doctor if you have one.
    | #24

    በጣም የሚገርም ነው:: ህዝቦች እረ ባካቹ: ምነው በያለንብት ብንከባበር? እገራችን ኤርትራ እኮ በቀልድና ዛቻ በሳይበር ጦ ርነት ሜዳ እልተወለደችም: ሰላሳ ኣመታት በመታገልና ክቡር መስዋእት በመክፈል እንጂ::

  25. Any
    | #25

    In the 21st century the case of Eretrea and Ethiopia has no place other than hurting each other.The road to reconceliation is a reality and should be done cautiously and immediately.We can reunite and become even stronger governance.If you don’t do it,there will come a new generation who will be cool and capable of doing it.Peace be for both countries!

  26. Dhuguma
    | #26

    This person is right.

  27. zeeta
    | #27

    i am sorry all ethiopian and eretra not understand world dosnot understand
    we are exiset.

  28. zeeta
    | #28

    I WISH ALL AFRICAN PEOPEL HAVE TO START FIND OUR SELF WHAT HAPEND TO FEEL OR TO THINK LIKE 12 YEARS OLD EVERY ONE OF US START GO BACK HISTORY TO FIND OUR SELF LOVE & recpecket each other.

  29. Citizen of the Future
    | #29

    There will be time coming where not only Ethiopia and Eritrea but the whole of Horn of Africa will live together as a community of nations. The only thing that is needed is education, the raising of awareness of all individuals in the region and mutual respect, and human rights.

    All false pride, hate and mutual disrespect should be thrown behind. Every citizen has a responsibility to think in terms of higher consciousness that will bring harmony and peace in the region

    PEACE

  30. Anonymous
    | #30

    @Anonymous
    what money is at stake that the Eritreans would want from Ethiopia Is it the Donation Money that your country receives in order to servive as a country or is it the Profit from selling innocent Ethiopian infants to the West. wake up and fight to get the ports and you will be cut off in pieces like your brothers whom were the slaves of the past dictators. Eritreans never needed your money either will want the empity big name Ethiopia with twice of the Eritrean population is on famine watch to be partof. Shame on these who think Eritreans are racist or hateful of others. Eritreans only fought for their freedom agaist all odds by all means available to them, and no one will stop them from defending it.

  31. Anonymous
    | #31

    Why are some Erteans still carry empty pride. Your president has shown his ignorance for the whole world. Shame on you to have this person as a head of state. His right position is butchery. At least meles knows how to answer questions and presentable to international community. But isayas is a curse for Eritea. It is a curse some intellectuals support this blood sucking dictator. I am ashamed of him when I watch some of his interviews !

  32. Arabs are behind all the mess
    | #32

    Well believe it or not Egyptian are the first who became happy in the division of the two countries. The more they are divided the less power they will have, that could mean easy to use NAIL river but as a matter of fact both Eritrean’s and Ethiopians are dull type of people who can not see what the future holds.they have to come to their senses before its too late. when i say Dull it does not include the common people. i am only referring to the proud so called hooligan politicians. I thank you

  33. ሳምሶን
    | #33

    ባለፈው ቶርነት ዘመድ ወንድም እህት አባት እናት የሞተበት የላችህም ወይ እንድገና ቶርነት ክማድረግ እንዳጎረበት በስላም ተባብረን ብንኖር ትሩ ነው በተረፈ usa eurupe ተከምታችሁ እሳት አታራግብ

  34. lt
    | #34

    : Eritrean people are saiko crazy need to leave ethiopian people a lone .

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