Tag Archive | Berhanu Nega

Democracy One: European Commission Zero

by the Strathink Editorial Team While Europe was closing its doors on refugees fleeing the violence and deprivation in places such as Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq—the Dutch Vice President of the European Commission denying that they are even legitimate refugees—Ethiopia is host to a staggering three-quarters of a million refugees. Ethiopia has opened its doors […]

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Tax Free Terrorism, Part 3: Why is the U.S. Harboring a Terrorist?

  By The Strathink Editorial Team Ethiopian satellite television (ESAT) announced that Berhanu Nega, self-confessed terrorist and leader of Ginbot 7, left Europe and arrived in the United States several days ago. Berhanu Nega was in Brussels at the misguided invitation of E.U. member Ana Gomes (Portugal) to promote his violent political agenda by exploiting […]

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Ginbot 7’s Eritrean Adventure

By the Strathink Editorial Team The recent news that yet another Ginbot 7 leader, Neamin Zeleke, has imploded because of a disagreement with Eritrean President Isayas Afewerki does not portend well for the organization. Just last year, Andachargew Tsige, now in Ethiopian custody, blew the whistle on the massive dysfunction within the leadership, leading Berhanu […]

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EU Parliamentarian Ana Gomes: Is a self-described terrorist the only person who can talk about Ethiopia’s drought?

European Union Parliamentarian Ana Gomes has announced that she has invited Ginbot 7 leader Berhanu Nega to address the European Parliament on, “Drought and Famine in Ethiopia.” This attempt to legitimize the role of Berhanu Nega in current Ethiopian politics has compromised the dignity of the European Parliament and the already questionable credibility of Ms. […]

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UN report: Berhanu Nega went to Asmara via Egypt

UN report: Berhanu Nega went to Asmara via Egypt by Daniel Berhane Eritrea continued to violating the UN Security Council’s resolution by hosting Ethiopian rebel groups, Patriotic Ginbot 7 and TPDM, according to UN experts’ group. The experts of the Monitoring Group on Somalia and Eritrea also found that Eritrea has violated UNSC resolution 1907(2009) paragraph […]

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Ethiopian rebels flee Eritrea en-masse

From Horn Affairs by Daniel Berhane (Updated on the third paragraph with the report of their arrival in Ethiopia. Updated again indicating they arrived with their weapons) The leader of the largest Ethiopian rebel group fled from Eritrea, accompanied by hundreds of his troops. About 683 fighters of the rebel group, Tigray People’s Democratic Movement […]

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Ethiopian Opposition Group Threatens Armed Resistance

Ethiopian opposition figure Berhanu Nega, has moved from the US to Eritrea. Douglas Mpuga July 25, 2015 2:35 PM Ethiopia’s opposition Ginbot 7 Movement for Unity and Democracy has decided to use armed resistance in addition to peaceful resistance against the government in Addis Ababa. This follows the move of the group’s leader from the […]

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US-based Ethiopian opposition leader sentenced to death by Addis, travels to Eritrea to lead rebellion

From The Guardian by William Davison Ethiopian PM Hailemariam Desalegn has warned Eritrea he would take “appropriate action” if its regional destabilisation continued. Berhanu: An adviser to the Ethiopian prime minister says his group is militarily weak and his move to Eritrea is a “publicity stunt”. (Photo/ESAT/YouTube).  THE leader of a U.S.-based Ethiopian opposition group relocated […]

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