Where is Your Brother? Gen. 4:9

Cain Murders Abel and so is PFDJ to Eritreans

Cain told Abel his brother. And it came about when they were in the field, that Cain rose up against Abel his brother and killed him. Then the LORD said to Cain, “Where is Abel your brother?” And he said, “I do not know. Am I my brother’s keeper?” He said, “What have you done? The voice of your brother’s blood is crying to Me from the ground.…


After constant torture, slavery and indefinite violation of Eritrean rights by PFDJ, the people flee from their own home. They are not lucky, all they encountered is trafficking, drowning and injustice in the countries where they dreamt they will be safe. The anguish increased, families became lonely and crying day and night. Death of their beloved children is what they hear always. It is terrible, terrible of terrible.

As Cain did to his own brother Abel, so is PFDJ doing to his own people. The same is happening to Eritreans by their own brothers. PFDJ is killing Eritreans. And when he was asked where they are, he reported plainly with no feeling, “They are Illegal Africans Immigrants.” He denied them and even he forgot Africans are of his own brothers.

This is too much for Eritreans, to much barbaric and inhumane. Though late, now, the church is yelling to her own children about where they are. A call from the church, in search of its own children. The churches are feeling the loneliness. No young people are attending the masses. No songs are played, except old families are praying and calling to God to bring them back their beloved children. No hymn is played in thanking God. Only cry are raising to the heavens. Only tears are poured like a shower day and night.

God is now looking the churches and is asking them why all this? Why I can’t receive praise, the hymn that was echoing to me before. God is saying I missed the songs which were coming to me every Sunday, every morning. He asked the church, where are my kids, those who were playing the songs of David to me, the musical notes of Yared to me? Where are they? God asked the church, why all these deep anguish, everyday mourning? Why this all blood tears?

As a result, the church is forced to search for its own kids that she has lost them in the past 15 years. The question is to the killer, the same as God asked to Cain, so is the church to PFDJ.

Where is your brother? Gen. 4:9


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