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Ethiopia - Ayatollah Khomeini's "Testament" book translated to Amharic
The "Testament", a work by the late Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khomeini has been translated to Amharic and published in Ethiopia, according to ABNA news agency in Iran.
The book was translated in to Ethiopia's official language by Al-Hoda International Publisher and Distributor. and the Iranian cultural office in Addis Ababa.
Ethiopia has a large number of Muslims, according to CIA's World Fact Book, the percentage of Muslims in Ethiopia is 34%.
Here is the cover of the book.
Finally, the coptics should surrender. -- The Aspiring terrorist Gragn AhmedAnd, you call me a traitor, a Banda? Yigermal ale yagere sew! It is like the kettle calling the fresh milk in it dark or black. That statement clearly testifies your contempt and desire to suffocate Ethiopian Christians and to destroy the Ethiopia that is secular. It tells your wish to see a country that is led by Sharia "Law" like Iran, which the book is all about. Ask your grand parents and they will tell you that Ethiopians do not surrender to anybody not even for a barbarian like Gragn Ahmed from Somalia, you fuckin idiot! How could you celebrate the triumph of a foreign ideology and demand the suffering and humiliation of your country's men and women? Because you were thought you are first Muslim then second Ethiopian? fuckin Chingaf! If tomorrow, Islamic Iran wages a war against Ethiopia, i am sure that your dead body will be found in their abandoned fortress.
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