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This distribution is uneven. This seems to be related to patterns of settlement of Muslim populations in the capital city. One of the merits of these volumes is that they give a first and original access to the understanding of the evolution of the status of Islam and Muslims in Ethiopia under different governments.

Muslims were not many in number during the early times of the capital city. They were mostly Arab merchants. They had no official mosque and they were gathering for prayer at the house of an Arab merchant called Bazar v1: This minaret remained unfinished till the mosque was demolished for better construction in years s. Under the Italian occupation , some measures were taken in order to benefit the integration and domination of Ethiopian Muslims under the colonial empire that was aimed to be achieved. At this time getting a plot of land from the government to build a Muslim religious building was unimaginable.

Most of these mosques were either waqf or built on land that used to belong to Muslim individuals. It was virtually impossible to get a new plot of land for the purpose of mosque construction. Muslims who were residing in remote quarters of the city were forced to go to the grand mosques like Al-Anwar to perform their prayers v1: The regime also confiscated some parts of Hashim v2: 33 and Abba Jifar v1: mosques. The democratization process undertaken by the new regime marked the beginning of construction of a large number of mosques all over the country, including more than one hundred in the Capital.

Secondly, authorizations were. Comptes rendus de lecture given to renovate and build mosques on lands owned by Muslims or granted as a waqf.

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  • Challenges still at stake. The present government showed its firm determination and solid stand for protecting and enforcing the law and order of the country by sending policemen to guard and secure the construction of different mosques by way of avoiding the usual possible challenges and obstacles. This is why, in these two volumes, the author, the sponsors and informants time and again express their content and comfort with the present government for not oppressing Muslim citizens.

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    But when Muslims start praying on a slice of land, challenge usually comes. Now, under this government, the past has gone and rights of all religions are equally respected, how behavioral change could not be brought? Nevertheless the construction of religious buildings still remains a controversial issue. But sometimes blood-shedding violence and loss of lives are witnessed. During a dispute to construct Sumaya, two people were killed 87 people were wounded and were imprisoned and the mosque was named in their memory after the name of the first Muslim martyr woman v1: There are also mosques which are.

    Though they are very limited, there are exceptions to such very usual trends. Even if conflicts did not always occur, most mosques were built after legal battles with government bodies responsible for granting the plots of land, issuing the necessary title deeds and the permits for construction.