Sudan should halt the deportation of asylum seekers from Eritrea because they face detention and torture by the Eritrean authorities, Amnesty International said.
“Eritreans forcibly returned to Eritrea face a real risk of being subjected to violations, including incommunicado detention, torture and other forms of serious ill-treatment,” Amnesty said. “Detention conditions in Eritrea are appalling, and in themselves amount to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment.” http://www.businessweek.com/news/2012-0 ... um-seekers
Eden the ugum so are you just echoing what the liar media said or you have a first hand eye witness to the happening? If it is the earlier, you do not have to re-post it here. We read it all the time in the media and laugh about it. How in hell can Amnesty international or any NGO say such when they are not even allowed to see what is going inside Eritrea?
Do you ever think, may be they are smearing Eritrea's image because they do not have access to Eritrea, because Eritrea knows their intention of intruding in different countries to do the job of your masters and they are pissed off and that is their way of trying to punish it?
By the way if you are for human rights, can you some times post about the genocide which is going on by your woyane thags in the Ogaden region, by a very few media outlets?
Hey, but doing so, you will be a real human being who cares about all people.
It is amazing why you ugums care about Eritreans well being more than you do of your own people.