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We will not be silent about Ethiopia association anniversary

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Interview with Memeher Dereje. Let’s understand the secret and hidden purpose of fashion. We will not be silent about Ethiopia association anniversary. The country we know as Ethiopia has a long, complex, fascinating, and fairly well-documented history, during which it was primarily known as Abyssinia. It is not surprising that Ancient Egyptians knew the area because of the Nile River, and centuries before the arrival of Christianity, it was regularly visited by people from Palestine and Arabia. It also houses the oldest human fossils ever discovered, the 3- to 4-million-year-old fossils of ‘Lucy’ and ‘Ardi’. Both were found in the Afar region near the Red Sea, one of the hottest regions in Africa. Ethiopia has one of the oldest written countries on earth, dating back to about 3,500 years ago, and the ancient Ge’ez language is still used in Christian rituals. In ancient times, Tigray was said to be the home of the Queen of Sheba, who visited King Solomon in Jerusalem and returned with her child, the first Menelik. According to legend, Menelik returned to Jerusalem as an adult to visit his father, and returned to Ethiopia with a large entourage drawn from the upper echelons of Jewish society and the Ark of the Covenant. Much of the population of northern Ethiopia followed Judaism for centuries thanks to these connections with Judaism (as did much of the southwestern part of Arabia and the Horn of Africa).Many Ethiopians are very religious, regardless of their faith. Abraham’s three faiths have a strong and long history here, and animism is still prevalent in the Omo Valley and western lowlands near South Sudan. Christianity arrived in Tigray in the 4th century AD and was gradually adopted from many of the highland regions north of the Rift Valley all the way to present-day Addis Ababa. Despite occasional problems, such as Axum being destroyed by the Jewish Queen Gudit in her 10th century, and some scraps with Muslim invaders and the Ottoman Empire, Ethiopia has remained peaceful for Muslims and Christians. It was a very tolerant place for people of different faiths who lived in In fact, Muhammad declared the Ethiopian Church a friend of Islam. This is because some of his followers found refuge in Aksum in the 7th century. Today, much of the eastern lowlands and southeastern part of the country is Muslim, centered around the Rift Valley and the walled city of Harar east of Addis Ababa.

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