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Eritrean National Alliance (ENA)
Press Release
ENA condemns the terrorist actions carried out by the Eritrean government against the innocent Eritrean civilians
June 06, 2004

Dr. Mohamed Osman Abu baker the foreign relations of ENA condemn the terrorist actions carried out by the Eritrean government against the innocent civilians.

Also he condemned the Eritrean regime policy of interfering into the internal affairs of the neighboring countries and supporting their opposition factions. And he regards the Eritrean regime the main threat to the regional peace and security.

Dr. Abubaker renewed his condemn the explosions carried out in a number of Eritrean cities and villages at the end of last May and which targeted the civilians and he said the government has full responsibilities of those actions, and he explained that performing such criminal and sabotage actions against the Eritrean people became one of the daily practices of the Eritrean government and one of its internal policy constants, then giving it an international dimensions in an attempt to break out from the regional and the international isolation that it lives in.

He affirmed that the Eritrean regime is the engineer of terrorism in the region and used to export it to the neighboring countries since earlier nineties. Dr. Abubaker stated that the Eritrean opposition is the first victim of the terrorism policy of the Eritrean regime. And he clarified that the Eritrean opposition condemn the terrorist actions carried out by the Eritrean regime against the innocent Eritreans.

Dr.M.osman Abubaker expressed his sorrow for the loss of persons and properties, and demands the government to compensate the victims.

Dr.Abubaker also demands the international community to interfere to stop the terrorist actions practiced by the Eritrean government against the civilians. And he confirmed that the opposition declines using any violent means against civilians and it follows the peaceful options to change the regime and through democratic alternatives.

Dr. Abubaker in his talks to the Gulf center denied any relations of the Eritrean opposition with any military actions in Eritrea aimed at the civilians because such actions contradict with general principles of the opposition, which adopted the democratic alternatives for changing the regime.

Dr. Abubaker has denied the English translation of his last press release and which been published by various media, he expressed his sorrow for the mistranslation made by some websites and said the English translation has no relation with the contents of the release .He added that the translation was not correct and it aimed to make problems for the ENA. And confirmed that the ENA has no military actions in Eritrean and also affirmed his condemn the terrorism actions in Eritrea and in every place.

- Gulf center for information and studies of Horn of Africa

- Abdu Suleman

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