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Ethiopia, long seen by the West as a bulwark against militant Islam in the Horn of Africa, denies the claims but says it fears militancy is taking root in the country.
“These were Salafist elements who tried to create disturbances as the crowd went back to their homes,” government spokesman Shimeles Kemal told Reuters, referring to the ultraconservative brand of Islam followed by al Qaeda.
They were released; however Tewodros II changed his mind and sent a force after them and they were returned to the fortress and imprisoned again, along with Captain Cameron.” In the end, Tewodros took his own life in order to avoid being captured alive as the British closed in on him at his mountain fortress in Meḳdelā.
Abiy said: "Democracy cannot be realized in the absence of rights, be it civil or economic rights.
We all need to have a platform to voice our concerns." (Getty Images) Africa News By Daniel Mumbere Ethiopia PM appeals for unity, pledges democracy and improved relations with Eritrea Ethiopia’s parliament swore in Abiy Ahmed as prime minister on Monday with a mandate to implement democratic reforms aimed partly at defusing ethnic tensions in the Oromiya province from which the former army lieutenant general hails.
Addressing a parliament session attended by 478 members of parliament, the new prime minister gave an impassioned speech on the need for unity and reform in the Eastern Africa nation. Today we are in the midst of uncertain times,” Abiy said in a speech to parliament.
Read more » — Join the conversation on Twitter and Facebook Associated Press August 8, 2013 ADDIS ABABA – An international rights group is urging Ethiopia’s government to end “repressive tactics” against Muslim demonstrations.