June 20, 2012

Eritrean Martyrs Day commemorated with patriotic...

Eritrean Martyrs Day commemorated with patriotic zeal across nation

Asmara, 20 June 2012 – Eritrean Martyrs Day was today commemorated across nation with patriotic zeal under the theme Lofty Sovereign Dignity – Fruit of Supreme Martyrdom. Reports also indicated that the commemoration of the Day took place in a number of cities abroad.

In the commemoration at national level conducted in Asmara City in the morning hours, President Isaias Afwerki, ministers, Army commanders, senior PFDJ officials, religious leaders and thousands of citizens walked from the Shida area to Patriots Cemetery along with a Marching Band. Read more

June 18, 2012

Honoring the trust of martyrs involves fulfillment...

Honoring the trust of martyrs involves fulfillment of national obligations by every citizen: Mr. Saleh Mohammed Mahmoud

Asmara, 18 June 2012 – Mr. Saleh Mohammed Mahmoud, a citizen who annually carries out trek on the occasion of Martyrs Day on June 20 asserted that honoring the trust of martyrs involves fulfillment of national obligations by every citizen. “On my way across the places where our heroes fell and in which the valor of the Eritrean people was demonstrated during the armed struggle, I feel pride and at the same time indebted,” he added.

Mr. Saleh further indicated that he started the trek on June 8 in Adi Sheikh Al-Amin, Dige sub-zone, and passing through Agordat, Engerne, Degesei, Megawda, Diluk, Ad’kukuy, Mentai, Mensura, Gerger, Mai-Medef, Denagul, Milezanai, Tseazega and Asmara – all the way to Ginda. Read more

June 17, 2012

Nakfa Heroism Resonates in Sydney a Generation...

Nakfa Heroism Resonates in Sydney a Generation Later

by Ibrahim Hajj – Melbourne, Australia | Our history of armed struggle abounds with feats of great heroism, that getting a non-Eritrean accept their genuineness is often a challenge. Read more

Thy will be remembered for eternity

Thy will be remembered for eternity

by Yishak Yared | As Eritreans joyfully and enthusiastically celebrate May 24, Independence Day, they also equally celebrate June 20, Martyrs Day, in commemoration for those heroes and heroines who paid the dear lives for the Independence Day to happen.

On the eve of the Martyrs Day, June 19, every Eritrean wherever he/she lives will conduct candle light vigil symbolizing that our heroes gave their lives for us to walk proud as Eritreans and live as people free and decide our destiny by ourselves. What a big and priceless gift we got through their blood and life. Read more

June 23, 2011

Eritrean nationals in Australia and New...

Asmara, 23 June 2011 – Eritrean nationals residing in Australia and New Zealand decided to assume responsibility for catering to 61 additional families of fallen heroes they made the pledge during the commemoration event of Martyrs Day. Read more

Eritrean nationals commemorate Martyrs Day

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