Ethiopia’s Prime Minister’s Press Conference on Contemporary and Old Issues
Irob-land Nostalgic Musical Slides
Irob-Massene Musical by Berhe Fissuh
How Christmas is celebrated in Bethlehem, Palestine
Israel and African Refugee Issues
A Tribute to Nelson Mandela: SABC Previously Recorded
Eighth Nation and Nationalities Day
Racism in Israel: Ethiopians & Supporters Protesting
Abuse Against Ethiopians In Saudi Arabia:
Watch Horrific Stories of Ethiopian Migrants:
Voices of Eritreans Tortured in Sinai (Source: Voice of Assenna)
Dealing with HIV/Aids in Adigrat Eparchy, Tigray, Ethiopia
Miscellaneous Video News
ሓፂር ታሪኽ-ሕይወት ነፍሰ-ኄር ክቡር ኣባ ወልደገብርኤል ካሕሣይ “እቶም ንብዙኃት ናብ ጽድቂ ዝመርሑ፡ ከም ከዋኽብቲ ንዘለዓለም ዓለም ኪበርሁ ኢዮም” (ዳን.12፡ 3)
“Remain faithful until death, and I will give you the crown of life” Rev. 2:10).
Grace and Peace of Christ be with you.
It is with deep sense of loss and sorrow that we have to inform you the passing away from this life to our heavenly home of our dear priest, Reverend Abba Woldegabriel Kahsay.
He died in the Mekelle Referal Hospital, today Lekatit 26, 2006 EC (March 5, 2014 GC), at 11 AM. There will be Holy Mass and Tselot-Fethat Service for him on Thursday morning, Lekatit 27, 2006 EC, at the Nativity of Mary Parish Catholic Church in Mekelle, at 6:30 AM. In the afternoon, at 2 PM the body will be accompanied from Mekelle to Adigrat. There will be Holy Mass and Tselote-Fethat Service for him on Friday morning, Lekatit 28, 2006 EC, at the Holy Saviour Catholic Cathedral in Adigrat at 5:40 AM, and the burial service will start from 10:00 AM at the Holy Saviour Parish Cemetery in Adigrat.
Our Eparchy has lost within one month, two of its exemplar priests, Abba Teum Tesfay and Abba Woldegabriel Kahsay, who have remained faithful to their call of priestly service and commitment until their last moments of this earthly life.
We will remember Abba Woldegabriel for his love of the Church and for his dedication as educator, chaplain and confessor. May Our Lord whom he served with great love receive his soul and grant him eternal rest.
May he rest in Peace.
Yours in Christ,
+ Abune Tesfaselassie Medhin, Eparch of Adigrat
It was a great shock to everyone who knew Fr. Teum Tesfay to learn of his sudden and untimely death in a horrific car accident. To everyone he met, he always had a cheerful countenance and was such a generously giving soul that he will be greatly missed. (For full text, CLICK HERE!)
Hundreds of Thousands March for Life in Washington, DC, USA Opposing the Roe vs. Wade Ruling of 1973 by the Supreme Court
Over 30,000 thousand African migrants and refugees, most of whom Eritreans and Ethiopians, protest in Israel against detention and for respect of their human rights.
Tecola W. Hagos
If anyone doubts the subhuman status of Saudis, the events of three days ago, which is still in process, leaves no rooms for such doubts. The Saudi Government sanctioned brutality against Ethiopians, irrespective of their visa status, is barbaric and beyond any legal justification. I watched a video of four or five uniformed Saudi men in army fatigue brutally attacking two Ethiopians in separate events in what seems to be a garage. There was no provocation or resistance from the Ethiopians they were just simply brutally attacked dashed on a concrete floor, even being pulverized with a mounted tire and possibly murdered. What is the point in such barbarity? I ask the abominable subhuman Saudis to explain their barbaric and murderous acts. (For more, CLICK HERE!)