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Eritrean Christians and Their Persecution PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 06 October 2011 03:07


 

His Holiness Abune Antonios,

the Patriarch of the Eritrean Orthodox Church, Eritrea''s Most Prominent Prisoner of conscience.

In chains for his faith since January 2006.

He has never been charged with any offense nor allowed visitation by family.

No reports of his whereabouts.

Orthodox Priest

Fr. Ghebre-Medhin Ghebre-Georgis

In chains for his faith since November 2004.

He has never been charged with any offense,  nor allowed visitation by family.

No reports of his whereabouts.

Orthodox Scholar,

Merigeta Yitbarek Berhe (Orthodox Priest)

In chains for his faith since early 2006.

He has never been charged with any offense nor allowed visitation by family.

No reports of his whereabouts

Orthodox Priest,

Fr. Dr. Fitzum Ghebre-Negus (Picture taken before his ordination).

In chains for his faith since November 2004.

He has never been charged with any offense nor allowed visitation by family.

No reports of his whereabouts.

Orthodox Priest,

Fr. Dr. Tekleab Mengisteab (Picture taken before his ordination).

In chains for his faith since November 2004.

He has never been charged with any offense nor allowed visitation by family.

No reports of his whereabouts.

 


 

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Helen Berhane, an Eritrean Gospel Singer, 
who suffered paralysis as a result of the torture 
she underwent in Eritrea’s prison. 
Ms. Berhane now lives in Europe.

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