~~Bilen Online~~ >>>>>>~~Eritrea for Ever~~!
Bilin is the language spoken by the Bogos tribe in Eritrea.
This site consists mainly of links to stories from the international mainstream media about politics, entertainment, and current events. Users expect and receive relevant and up-to-the-minute news articles occasionally. The Brothers author news articles themselves. They began by blogging in sharing email dispatch looking beyond to grow and deliver news that matters more to the public.
Bilen ethnic group of Eritrea
The aim of my site is to enable all Bilen speaking people to connect with ,and learn more about their culture. Nevertheless, it is also meant for all others who are interested in ,and already feel the connection with the country, and therefore would like to understand it real good.
The idea of this project was initiated by a some Eri ppl who are hijacking our history, to educated them. And Plus some friends of mine asked mine who are from different countries asked me to open a site to teach them my rich culture and history of Bilen country, who are now well appreciated for doing this website.
Through creating and designing this site, I have learned that I know allots about my culture and history now, then I knew before I started working on this huge project. I know this is happening to allots off Bilen ppl like me leave alone the other country. So To avoid this happening to others (not to know about the history of your own ancestry), I have decided to design this website, as to where the Bilen Bogos-History, Bilen-tradition ,Bilen -Wisdom and much more that this peaceful culture has to offer, can respectfully be displayed to reflect the true beauty of that region and the people. And inshallah I’m hoping to have come close to that achievement.
My ppl are the welcoming hospitality for any and every guest in Eri. Unfortunately, this tradition and ppl seems to become more a rarity and in most families non-existent. However, these cultures began to vanish with the colonization of Italians in 1890 and throughout the 30 year long freedom fight against the dominating ethnic group the Amhara in the government of Ethiopia. This brings to effect that now you'll predominantly find these cultures left only in the many little villages in Eritrea.
Website is still under construction