Syria : Arab tribes rise up against the YPG/PKK terrorist organization in Manbij Syria : Arab tribes rise up against the YPG/PKK terrorist organization in Manbij

Syria : Arab tribes rise up against the YPG/PKK terrorist organization in Manbij

Palestine : The streets of Tel Aviv have turned into a “war zone” and its government meets to examine the possibilities of expelling the African “rioters”. Arab World : 8 Palestinians were injured in clashes with the Israeli occupation army and settlers Syria : Arab tribes rise up against the YPG/PKK terrorist organization in Manbij The Arab tribes in the Euphrates Shield region, cleared of terrorism, in northern Syria, decided to support the tribes in Deir ez-Zor by attacking the YPG/PKK terrorist organization in Manbij in the Aleppo countryside, after a meeting that took place in the city of Jarabulus, while Russian aircraft bombed the sites controlled by the tribes.  Clashes between Arab clans and the PYG/PKK terrorist organization expanded on Saturday from Deir ez-Zor Governorate to the Aleppo countryside in the city of Manbij.  The Arab tribes in the Euphrates Shield region, which was cleared of terrorism, decided to support the Arab tribes in Deir ez-Zor, after a meeting that took place in the city of Jarabulus and attended by Arab tribal leaders. The tribes then launched a military operation to purge the areas around the Sajur River south of Jarabulus of members of the terrorist organization YPG/PKK.  The operation led to the cleansing of the villages of Al-Mohsenli, Al-Mahmoudiyah, and Arab Hassan, located north of Manbij, as well as a hill called Syriatil, of the terrorist organization, whose members withdrew from the center of Manbij to escape attacks by Arab clans.  Later, Russian fighters bombed villages controlled by Arab tribes, according to the Syrian opposition aviation observatory.  Clashes are still continuing between the clans and the terrorist YPG/PKK elements in the areas adjacent to the Euphrates River, east and southeast of Deir ez-Zor, while the terrorist organization continues to bring in reinforcements from the provinces of Hasakah and Raqqa, which are under its occupation.  Tensions escalated after the arrest of Ahmed al-Khabil, nicknamed "Abu Khawla," the leader of what is known as the "Military Council of Deir ez-Zor" on August 27, after he was invited to al-Hasakah by Farhat Abdi Shaheen, nicknamed "Mazloum Abdi," one of the officials of the terrorist organization.  Armed clashes intensified in the countryside of Deir ez-Zor, with Arab clans joining the clashes, as armed clashes erupted between the terrorist PKK/YPG and what is known as the "Deir ez-Zor Military Council."  The Military Council includes members of the Al-Aqidat, Al-Busaraya, and Al-Baqara Arab clans in the east of the Euphrates in Deir ez-Zor Governorate, while the Shammar clan forms the backbone of the Al-Sanadid group that fights alongside the terrorist organization, and both groups have worked over the past years under the umbrella of the organization.  The number of members of the Military Council is about 4,000, while the number of al-Sanadid members ranges between 2,000 and 3,000, according to local sources.  Arab World : 8 Palestinians were injured in clashes with the Israeli occupation army and settlers Ramallah : 8 Palestinians were injured, on Saturday, during clashes with the Israeli army and settlers, in the northern occupied West Bank. Anadolu Agency correspondent reported, quoting eyewitnesses, that a group of settlers, under the protection of the Israeli army, attacked Palestinian farmers while they were working on their land in Ras al-Nakhl area, south of Qusra village, south of Nablus. The witnesses added that the residents tried to confront the attack, which led to clashes that resulted in the injury of 6 Palestinians with rubber-coated metal bullets, and two others with stones. Their injuries were described as minor, and they were treated in the field.   Also in the northern West Bank, the Palestinian News Agency “Wafa” (official) said that two Palestinian youths were injured by a rubber-coated metal bullet, and dozens suffered from suffocation, during confrontations that broke out with the Israeli army, in the village of Kafr Qaddum, east of Qalqilya .  The village of Kafr Qaddum witnesses weekly protests against settlement on village lands, extending to confrontations with the Israeli army between homes. Settlers usually carry out attacks against Palestinians and their property in the West Bank.  The Palestinians accuse the Israeli authorities of condoning and protecting these attacks, as part of official efforts to intensify settlement in the occupied territories. About 650,000 extremist Israelis live in more than 130 settlements built since 1967, when Israel occupied the West Bank, including Jerusalem. (Anatolia)   Palestine : The streets of Tel Aviv have turned into a “war zone” and its government meets to examine the possibilities of expelling the African “rioters”. Nazareth : In light of mounting criticism of his government, south Tel Aviv turned into a war zone yesterday between immigrants and infiltrators from Eritrea, while Benjamin Netanyahu said that today he would examine the possibilities of expelling participants in the riots.  It is noteworthy that there are about 32 thousand Eritreans who arrived in the country as job seekers or asylum seekers, who fled their country due to persecution, persecution and abuse by the dictatorial regime there, where about 25 thousand intellectuals and activists are languishing in the prisons of the ruling regime. The majority of these reside in south Tel Aviv, like many African immigrants (from Sudan, for example) in poor socio-economic conditions, since the year 2000, the year in which groups of immigrants from Africa began to infiltrate the country through the Sinai in search of work, or to escape persecution.  The Eritrean embassy had organized a festive festival in Tel Aviv, on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the “liberation war” that preceded the independence of Eritrea, and the dissolution of the federal union with Ethiopia. The celebration soon erupted as a result of clashes between supporters and opponents of the bloody ruling regime in Asmara. If the Palestinians of the interior were the ones who participated in such confrontations, dozens of them would have been killed, but the undisclosed accounts of the occupation government, and the secret relations between it and the bloody regime in Eritrea prompted the Israeli police not to fire the killing bullets.  Netanyahu reneged on the 2018 agreement regarding infiltrators from Eritrea, not only under pressure from settler circles and the right opposing the survival of any African immigrants in the country, but also at the request of the tyrant of Eritrea.  Confrontations spread in several streets inside Tel Aviv between thousands of supporters of the ruling regime in Asmara, wearing red shirts, and thousands of their brothers opposed to it, wearing blue shirts. It is noteworthy that the infiltrators seeking work from Eritrea, who are, for the most part, supporters of the ruling regime in Asmara, pay taxes to the Eritrean treasury on their incomes as workers in Israel, and this pours water into the mill of the Eritrean dictator, who maintains strong public and secret relations with Israel, and this is perhaps one of the reasons why he does not They were expelled by Netanyahu's governments over the last two decades, and one of the reasons for his withdrawal from the 2018 agreement.  The clashers used sticks, metal tools, and stones, and some of them are said to have used pistols. The confrontations quickly turned into clashes with the Israeli police, who were surprised by the force of the "explosion", and dozens of their members were seen fleeing in front of the Eritrean immigrants.  Against the backdrop of the Tel Aviv Police losing control, its Inspector General, Kobi Shabtai, rushed to the scene of the clashes, and instead of the Tel Aviv Police Chief, he supervised the event, and called for extensive reinforcements from the forces until he was able to regain control of the situation. During the clashes, which lasted for hours, dozens of shops were completely destroyed, and 170 people, including twenty policemen, were injured, some of their injuries are serious and they are undergoing treatment in hospitals.   Suspended agreement - It is noteworthy that the presence of tens of thousands of African infiltrators in Tel Aviv has led to tensions and frictions with the Israeli “population” in recent years, amid criticism of the occupation government for neglecting an urgent and burning issue and calls for the deportation of “foreigners” and sometimes assaulting them. Against this background, in 2018, the occupation government, led by Netanyahu, reached an agreement with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees stipulating the deportation of half of the infiltrators (mainly work seekers) from Eritrea to Western countries, the rehabilitation of the other half of them (asylum seekers), the organization of their place of residence, and their deployment throughout the country. As temporary residents until their problem is resolved. But Netanyahu quickly, hours later, to withdraw from the agreement, under pressure from right-wing circles and settlers who reject “foreigners” remaining in the country.  Today, opposition circles are accusing Netanyahu of reneging on a good agreement with the infiltrators for political considerations, and for fear of losing points among supporters of his “Likud” party who are extremely hostile to refugees, African infiltrators, and others.  After the scenes of chaos that confused Israel in the streets of Tel Aviv, Netanyahu was quick to say last night that he had appointed a ministerial committee to follow up on the issue, indicating his desire to exhaust all opportunities to expel the participants in the riots in Tel Aviv. The ministerial committee is expected to meet today, Sunday, with Netanyahu's participation before he travels to Cyprus, while the police are trying to ensure that clashes do not break out again. Yesterday, it took the initiative to close the migratory shelters for immigrants in southern Tel Aviv, while the police investigation unit in the Ministry of Justice began opening an investigation file into the firing of live bullets by police officers.  There are calls from the ruling Israeli coalition to expel African immigrants from the country, as Culture Minister Miki Zohar said that he intends to expel everyone who participated in the riots, immediately, and without regard to other accounts, in reference to the restrictions of international law regarding immigrants and political asylum seekers. Yesterday, during a conversation with Netanyahu and with Police Chief Kobi Shabtai, National Security Minister Itamar Ben Gvir called for the expulsion of the infiltrators involved in the massive chaos.   Political exploitation - A number of ministers in the occupation government took advantage of this chaos inside Tel Aviv to challenge the judiciary and incite against it and the Supreme Court, as Finance Minister Batzalel Smotrich held it responsible for the events, because it rejects the arbitrary expulsion of African infiltrators, followed by the Chairman of the Foreign Affairs and Security Committee, Representative Danny Danon. Likewise, Minister of Justice Yariv Levin himself, who said, in media statements today, Sunday, that the permanent chaotic events in Tel Aviv are evidence of the validity of the decision to carry out judicial reforms, and to change the building and status of the Supreme Court.  For their part, the opposition leaders blamed the Netanyahu government, and considered what happened as evidence of a loss of control and an expansion of the state of widespread chaos in the country under a failed government. The head of the “State Party,” Representative Benny Gantz, said that Tel Aviv witnessed, yesterday, severe violent incidents, calling for the rioters to be prosecuted, and to draw lessons from the event, and from the clear harm to the state under the leadership of a failed government by all standards.  Police failure - The Hebrew media also continues to accuse Netanyahu's "out of control" government in all arenas: the Palestinian arena, the rampant crime arena within Arab towns, and the foreign immigrants arena in Tel Aviv.  Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper confirms that the police failed to deal with the confusing event, starting with the lack of adequate preparation for this explosion, despite intelligence information available to them and to journalists indicating that the Eritrean “embassy celebration” in Tel Aviv will ignite a major fire.  As part of his attempt to defend the police, its Commissioner General, Kobi Shabtai, said that it had previously learned of escalating tension between two groups of African immigrants, but was surprised by the force of the explosion. He praised its eventual success in imposing control, after summoning more of its forces.  Job seekers from Eritrea, most of whom are supporters of the ruling regime in Asmara, pay taxes to the Eritrean treasury on their income as workers in Israel, which pours water on the mill of the Eritrean dictator.  Haaretz newspaper blamed the police and the government for the state of complete chaos and failure to address urgent issues of all kinds. Its political analyst, Amir Tibon, went on to say that Netanyahu, with political motives, ignored the problem of infiltrators from Eritrea working in the country illegally and sending their financial income to their families in their country of origin and tax dues to the Eritrean authorities, which contributes to moving the wheel of the economy there.  Tebboune said that Netanyahu reneged on the 2018 agreement regarding infiltrators from Eritrea, not only under pressure from settler circles and the right opposing the survival of any African immigrant in the country, but also in response to the request of the Eritrean tyrant, Isaias Afwerki Abraham , who has ruled with iron and fire in Asmara since Eritrea's independence from Ethiopia. And he continues: “There are overt diplomatic relations between Israel and Eritrea, but there are secret relations of cooperation with the bloody ruling regime there, and Israel practically participates in the suppression and persecution of the regime of Isaias Afwerki Abraham. Therefore, successive Israeli governments claim that the High Court of Justice prevents the expulsion of infiltrators out of respect for international law. But in reality, there are other accounts linked to Israel's interests with bloody, tyrannical regimes in Africa, South America, and the Far East, with which it maintains a network of secret relations, arms deals, aid companies, security consultancy, and tracking of dissidents, journalists, and others.   On the Red Sea coast - Eritrea, a small country opposite the Arabian Peninsula, next to Somalia, Sudan and Djibouti, is home to about five million people, and witnesses successive migrations of its people because of tyranny.  Since ancient times, Eritrea has been a link of commercial and cultural communication between Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. There is no doubt that this important strategic location has made Eritrea a zone of conflict and influence, and the subject of interest and ambitions of colonialists throughout history, as it was subjected to several colonial eras. Israel must be eager to exploit the geological situation. Eritrean politics.  According to historical sources, the name Eritrea came from the period of the ancient Greeks in memory of a Greek island bearing this name, and later the Romans gave the Red Sea the name Eritrea. When the Italians occupied Eritrea, they called it Eritrea, renewing the old name, by decree issued by King Humbert I, King of Italy, on January 1, 1890.  In the past, Muslim historians called the region names such as the country of Zeila and the country of Al-Jabarta, and Ibn Hawqal said about it: the country of Eritrea. He mentioned that there are many Muslims in it, and there is a great king over it.  The first migration took place at the dawn of Islam to Abyssinia, when Eritrea and Ethiopia were a single geographical and political unit.​​​​​​​

The Arab tribes in the Euphrates Shield region, cleared of terrorism, in northern Syria, decided to support the tribes in Deir ez-Zor by attacking the YPG/PKK terrorist organization in Manbij in the Aleppo countryside, after a meeting that took place in the city of Jarabulus, while Russian aircraft bombed the sites controlled by the tribes.

Clashes between Arab clans and the PYG/PKK terrorist organization expanded on Saturday from Deir ez-Zor Governorate to the Aleppo countryside in the city of Manbij.

The Arab tribes in the Euphrates Shield region, which was cleared of terrorism, decided to support the Arab tribes in Deir ez-Zor, after a meeting that took place in the city of Jarabulus and attended by Arab tribal leaders. The tribes then launched a military operation to purge the areas around the Sajur River south of Jarabulus of members of the terrorist organization YPG/PKK.

The operation led to the cleansing of the villages of Al-Mohsenli, Al-Mahmoudiyah, and Arab Hassan, located north of Manbij, as well as a hill called Syriatil, of the terrorist organization, whose members withdrew from the center of Manbij to escape attacks by Arab clans.

Later, Russian fighters bombed villages controlled by Arab tribes, according to the Syrian opposition aviation observatory.

Clashes are still continuing between the clans and the terrorist YPG/PKK elements in the areas adjacent to the Euphrates River, east and southeast of Deir ez-Zor, while the terrorist organization continues to bring in reinforcements from the provinces of Hasakah and Raqqa, which are under its occupation.

Tensions escalated after the arrest of Ahmed al-Khabil, nicknamed "Abu Khawla," the leader of what is known as the "Military Council of Deir ez-Zor" on August 27, after he was invited to al-Hasakah by Farhat Abdi Shaheen, nicknamed "Mazloum Abdi," one of the officials of the terrorist organization.

Armed clashes intensified in the countryside of Deir ez-Zor, with Arab clans joining the clashes, as armed clashes erupted between the terrorist PKK/YPG and what is known as the "Deir ez-Zor Military Council."

The Military Council includes members of the Al-Aqidat, Al-Busaraya, and Al-Baqara Arab clans in the east of the Euphrates in Deir ez-Zor Governorate, while the Shammar clan forms the backbone of the Al-Sanadid group that fights alongside the terrorist organization, and both groups have worked over the past years under the umbrella of the organization.

The number of members of the Military Council is about 4,000, while the number of al-Sanadid members ranges between 2,000 and 3,000, according to local sources.

Arab World : 8 Palestinians were injured in clashes with the Israeli occupation army and settlers

Ramallah : 8 Palestinians were injured, on Saturday, during clashes with the Israeli army and settlers, in the northern occupied West Bank.
Anadolu Agency correspondent reported, quoting eyewitnesses, that a group of settlers, under the protection of the Israeli army, attacked Palestinian farmers while they were working on their land in Ras al-Nakhl area, south of Qusra village, south of Nablus.
The witnesses added that the residents tried to confront the attack, which led to clashes that resulted in the injury of 6 Palestinians with rubber-coated metal bullets, and two others with stones. Their injuries were described as minor, and they were treated in the field.


Also in the northern West Bank, the Palestinian News Agency “Wafa” (official) said that two Palestinian youths were injured by a rubber-coated metal bullet, and dozens suffered from suffocation, during confrontations that broke out with the Israeli army, in the village of Kafr Qaddum, east of Qalqilya .

The village of Kafr Qaddum witnesses weekly protests against settlement on village lands, extending to confrontations with the Israeli army between homes.
Settlers usually carry out attacks against Palestinians and their property in the West Bank.

The Palestinians accuse the Israeli authorities of condoning and protecting these attacks, as part of official efforts to intensify settlement in the occupied territories.
About 650,000 extremist Israelis live in more than 130 settlements built since 1967, when Israel occupied the West Bank, including Jerusalem. (Anatolia)


Palestine : The streets of Tel Aviv have turned into a “war zone” and its government meets to examine the possibilities of expelling the African “rioters”.

Nazareth : In light of mounting criticism of his government, south Tel Aviv turned into a war zone yesterday between immigrants and infiltrators from Eritrea, while Benjamin Netanyahu said that today he would examine the possibilities of expelling participants in the riots.

It is noteworthy that there are about 32 thousand Eritreans who arrived in the country as job seekers or asylum seekers, who fled their country due to persecution, persecution and abuse by the dictatorial regime there, where about 25 thousand intellectuals and activists are languishing in the prisons of the ruling regime. The majority of these reside in south Tel Aviv, like many African immigrants (from Sudan, for example) in poor socio-economic conditions, since the year 2000, the year in which groups of immigrants from Africa began to infiltrate the country through the Sinai in search of work, or to escape persecution.

The Eritrean embassy had organized a festive festival in Tel Aviv, on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the “liberation war” that preceded the independence of Eritrea, and the dissolution of the federal union with Ethiopia. The celebration soon erupted as a result of clashes between supporters and opponents of the bloody ruling regime in Asmara. If the Palestinians of the interior were the ones who participated in such confrontations, dozens of them would have been killed, but the undisclosed accounts of the occupation government, and the secret relations between it and the bloody regime in Eritrea prompted the Israeli police not to fire the killing bullets.

Netanyahu reneged on the 2018 agreement regarding infiltrators from Eritrea, not only under pressure from settler circles and the right opposing the survival of any African immigrants in the country, but also at the request of the tyrant of Eritrea.

Confrontations spread in several streets inside Tel Aviv between thousands of supporters of the ruling regime in Asmara, wearing red shirts, and thousands of their brothers opposed to it, wearing blue shirts. It is noteworthy that the infiltrators seeking work from Eritrea, who are, for the most part, supporters of the ruling regime in Asmara, pay taxes to the Eritrean treasury on their incomes as workers in Israel, and this pours water into the mill of the Eritrean dictator, who maintains strong public and secret relations with Israel, and this is perhaps one of the reasons why he does not They were expelled by Netanyahu's governments over the last two decades, and one of the reasons for his withdrawal from the 2018 agreement.

The clashers used sticks, metal tools, and stones, and some of them are said to have used pistols. The confrontations quickly turned into clashes with the Israeli police, who were surprised by the force of the "explosion", and dozens of their members were seen fleeing in front of the Eritrean immigrants.

Against the backdrop of the Tel Aviv Police losing control, its Inspector General, Kobi Shabtai, rushed to the scene of the clashes, and instead of the Tel Aviv Police Chief, he supervised the event, and called for extensive reinforcements from the forces until he was able to regain control of the situation. During the clashes, which lasted for hours, dozens of shops were completely destroyed, and 170 people, including twenty policemen, were injured, some of their injuries are serious and they are undergoing treatment in hospitals.


Suspended agreement -
It is noteworthy that the presence of tens of thousands of African infiltrators in Tel Aviv has led to tensions and frictions with the Israeli “population” in recent years, amid criticism of the occupation government for neglecting an urgent and burning issue and calls for the deportation of “foreigners” and sometimes assaulting them. Against this background, in 2018, the occupation government, led by Netanyahu, reached an agreement with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees stipulating the deportation of half of the infiltrators (mainly work seekers) from Eritrea to Western countries, the rehabilitation of the other half of them (asylum seekers), the organization of their place of residence, and their deployment throughout the country. As temporary residents until their problem is resolved. But Netanyahu quickly, hours later, to withdraw from the agreement, under pressure from right-wing circles and settlers who reject “foreigners” remaining in the country.

Today, opposition circles are accusing Netanyahu of reneging on a good agreement with the infiltrators for political considerations, and for fear of losing points among supporters of his “Likud” party who are extremely hostile to refugees, African infiltrators, and others.

After the scenes of chaos that confused Israel in the streets of Tel Aviv, Netanyahu was quick to say last night that he had appointed a ministerial committee to follow up on the issue, indicating his desire to exhaust all opportunities to expel the participants in the riots in Tel Aviv. The ministerial committee is expected to meet today, Sunday, with Netanyahu's participation before he travels to Cyprus, while the police are trying to ensure that clashes do not break out again. Yesterday, it took the initiative to close the migratory shelters for immigrants in southern Tel Aviv, while the police investigation unit in the Ministry of Justice began opening an investigation file into the firing of live bullets by police officers.

There are calls from the ruling Israeli coalition to expel African immigrants from the country, as Culture Minister Miki Zohar said that he intends to expel everyone who participated in the riots, immediately, and without regard to other accounts, in reference to the restrictions of international law regarding immigrants and political asylum seekers. Yesterday, during a conversation with Netanyahu and with Police Chief Kobi Shabtai, National Security Minister Itamar Ben Gvir called for the expulsion of the infiltrators involved in the massive chaos.


Political exploitation -
A number of ministers in the occupation government took advantage of this chaos inside Tel Aviv to challenge the judiciary and incite against it and the Supreme Court, as Finance Minister Batzalel Smotrich held it responsible for the events, because it rejects the arbitrary expulsion of African infiltrators, followed by the Chairman of the Foreign Affairs and Security Committee, Representative Danny Danon. Likewise, Minister of Justice Yariv Levin himself, who said, in media statements today, Sunday, that the permanent chaotic events in Tel Aviv are evidence of the validity of the decision to carry out judicial reforms, and to change the building and status of the Supreme Court.

For their part, the opposition leaders blamed the Netanyahu government, and considered what happened as evidence of a loss of control and an expansion of the state of widespread chaos in the country under a failed government. The head of the “State Party,” Representative Benny Gantz, said that Tel Aviv witnessed, yesterday, severe violent incidents, calling for the rioters to be prosecuted, and to draw lessons from the event, and from the clear harm to the state under the leadership of a failed government by all standards.

Police failure -
The Hebrew media also continues to accuse Netanyahu's "out of control" government in all arenas: the Palestinian arena, the rampant crime arena within Arab towns, and the foreign immigrants arena in Tel Aviv.

Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper confirms that the police failed to deal with the confusing event, starting with the lack of adequate preparation for this explosion, despite intelligence information available to them and to journalists indicating that the Eritrean “embassy celebration” in Tel Aviv will ignite a major fire.

As part of his attempt to defend the police, its Commissioner General, Kobi Shabtai, said that it had previously learned of escalating tension between two groups of African immigrants, but was surprised by the force of the explosion. He praised its eventual success in imposing control, after summoning more of its forces.

Job seekers from Eritrea, most of whom are supporters of the ruling regime in Asmara, pay taxes to the Eritrean treasury on their income as workers in Israel, which pours water on the mill of the Eritrean dictator.

Haaretz newspaper blamed the police and the government for the state of complete chaos and failure to address urgent issues of all kinds. Its political analyst, Amir Tibon, went on to say that Netanyahu, with political motives, ignored the problem of infiltrators from Eritrea working in the country illegally and sending their financial income to their families in their country of origin and tax dues to the Eritrean authorities, which contributes to moving the wheel of the economy there.

Tebboune said that Netanyahu reneged on the 2018 agreement regarding infiltrators from Eritrea, not only under pressure from settler circles and the right opposing the survival of any African immigrant in the country, but also in response to the request of the Eritrean tyrant, Isaias Afwerki Abraham , who has ruled with iron and fire in Asmara since Eritrea's independence from Ethiopia. And he continues: “There are overt diplomatic relations between Israel and Eritrea, but there are secret relations of cooperation with the bloody ruling regime there, and Israel practically participates in the suppression and persecution of the regime of Isaias Afwerki Abraham. Therefore, successive Israeli governments claim that the High Court of Justice prevents the expulsion of infiltrators out of respect for international law. But in reality, there are other accounts linked to Israel's interests with bloody, tyrannical regimes in Africa, South America, and the Far East, with which it maintains a network of secret relations, arms deals, aid companies, security consultancy, and tracking of dissidents, journalists, and others.


On the Red Sea coast -
Eritrea, a small country opposite the Arabian Peninsula, next to Somalia, Sudan and Djibouti, is home to about five million people, and witnesses successive migrations of its people because of tyranny.

Since ancient times, Eritrea has been a link of commercial and cultural communication between Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. There is no doubt that this important strategic location has made Eritrea a zone of conflict and influence, and the subject of interest and ambitions of colonialists throughout history, as it was subjected to several colonial eras. Israel must be eager to exploit the geological situation. Eritrean politics.

According to historical sources, the name Eritrea came from the period of the ancient Greeks in memory of a Greek island bearing this name, and later the Romans gave the Red Sea the name Eritrea. When the Italians occupied Eritrea, they called it Eritrea, renewing the old name, by decree issued by King Humbert I, King of Italy, on January 1, 1890.

In the past, Muslim historians called the region names such as the country of Zeila and the country of Al-Jabarta, and Ibn Hawqal said about it: the country of Eritrea. He mentioned that there are many Muslims in it, and there is a great king over it.

The first migration took place at the dawn of Islam to Abyssinia, when Eritrea and Ethiopia were a single geographical and political unit.​​​​​​​

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