Ethiopia: government increasingly intolerant of Islam risks radicalizing muslims - By Alemayehu Fentaw

From African Arguments Fri Nov 16 2012, 04:41:45

The Ethiopian constitution provides for freedom of religion and requires the separation of state and religion. However, the Muslim community in Ethiopia has, for more than a year now, been holding protests at mosques around the country against what is

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