Monthly Archives: December 2012
Dear webmaster, What is going on? By Tulu Forca I am so alarmed by your selection of web postings recently. You seemed to have forgotten or some emerging lack of oversight in editorializing what is fit to print in the … Continue reading
Neutral Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Churches (EOTCs) in the Diaspora: Is it not High Time to Take a Principled Stand?
by Walle Engedayehu, Ph.D. Introduction In this brief commentary, the writer attempts to show the extent to which the recently-concluded peace and unity mediation of bringing the two EOTC Holy Synods into one was doomed from … Continue reading
By Yilma Bekele The press release was short and to the point. It was only six paragraphs long and was written in a matter of fact way. There were no trumpets blaring, no press conference with TV lights and no … Continue reading
Hama Tuma An art is an art. You may be gifted or talented or just a hard working chap but there are some of us who insist that the art of ruling by distraction requires that you be an … Continue reading
By Yilma Bekele Good news is always welcome. Then there is the extraordinarily good news that jars you from your slumber. And when the good news happens right around Christmas there is nothing one can do other than put more … Continue reading
By Ashao Tewolde – December 13, 2012 On public Holidays On Thanks Giving Day, in a form of email, I asked several friends, relatives and my readers whether Ethiopians or Eritreans have a Thanks Giving Day or for that matter … Continue reading