15 June 2012

Eritrean Community Members in Dubai and Northern UAE Express Readiness to Support Families of Martyrs

Asmara — Indicating that popular support to families of martyrs is part of the national endeavors to ensure social justice, Eritrean community members in Dubai and Northern UAE expressed readiness to raise their contribution in this regard. The community members further explained that they have already taken initiatives to support a number of families of martyrs, and that they obtain moral fulfillment out of the voluntary task.

Among the Eritrean community members, Mr. Rusom Teame and Ms. Akberet Zeregabir, asserted that what they are doing for the families of the martyrs is the least thing they could do, and that they would increase such support.

Glory to the martyrs who bestowed peace and liberty to us. And the task of shouldering support of their families is but the responsibility of every citizen, Mr. Bereket Semere and Mr. Musie Zewoldi underlined.

Likewise, Ms. Dehab Mohammed Ahmed and Mr. Abdulhadi Dawod, voiced conviction that it is the supreme responsibility of the citizenry to work hard for the prosperity of the nation. They also indicated that their support to the families of fallen heroes is the raison d'être of their readiness to honor their trust.

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