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Ethiopia prepares to Celebrate Christmas on January 7

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01/06/11

  11:53:19 pm, by admin, 72 words  
Categories: Ethiopia, Religion

Ethiopia prepares to Celebrate Christmas on January 7

Ethiopia prepares to Celebrate Christmas on January 7

Millions of Orthodox Christians in Ethiopia and elsewhere in the world are preparing to celebrate Christmas on Friday, January 7. On Thursday, Ethiopian Christians took part in an all-night Mass around the country. Ethiopia along with Eritrea, Egypt, Greece, Serbia, Russia, Armenia, Bulgaria celebrate Christmas on January 7.

Ethiopia is one of the oldest traditionally Christian country where the church goes back to the 4th century.

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Comment from: mamo [Visitor]
mamo

May peace be upon us. May god help us to from price hike and corruption.

01/07/11 @ 00:18
Comment from: one ethiopia [Visitor]
one ethiopia

Hi NAZRET why you guys spoiled our holiday by taking about Eritrea (fake country ) anyway I thought they are Muslim? . Let them calibrate 911 since they are terrorist . When I say terrorist I don’t mean all of them its only the shabiya,their fascist leader issayas and his supporters.

Anyways happy holiday my Ethiopian brother and sister and you (nazret.com )

01/07/11 @ 01:35
Comment from: 100% ETHIOPIAN [Visitor]
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100% ETHIOPIAN

Praise to the Lord our Heavenly Father;
Praise to the Lord Jesus Christ and
Praise to the Lord Holly Sprit.

Thank You God for your forgiveness and Greatness.

Oh!!! Ethiopia, let your enemies burned and turned into ashes.

My greatest wish is One Great Ethiopia to live forever and ever.

I wish also, Great Prosperous, Peace, Harmony, Love, Peace and Happiness for all Ethiopians who lives around the World. AMEN!!!!

01/07/11 @ 02:03
Comment from: Ethioman [Visitor]
Ethioman

Melkam gena to all ethiopians, including Meles Zenawi.

01/07/11 @ 02:39
Comment from: Sinan [Visitor]
Sinan

I wish Happy and peaceful Christmas to all Ethiopians!
GOD bless Ethiopia!

01/07/11 @ 02:59
Comment from: wepE [Member]  

መልካም ገና nazreters and our beloved sisters and brothers back home!

———————————————————————
Igzer EtyoP’yan And’ Yargat, Kek’fum YiT’ebikat.
Wakes up every day proud that I’m an Ethiopian.
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01/07/11 @ 03:08
Comment from: Peace for Ethio [Visitor]
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Peace for Ethio

Merry Christmas(Melkam Ye gena Beal)for all Ethiopians.I Love You all.
May GOD Bless us all Ethiooian & our country.With his love,peace.

Happy Gena. Selam ,Feker ,Bereket,Melkam tena,Lehulation.

01/07/11 @ 04:39
Comment from: CNN [Visitor]
CNN

Why u try to associate eritrea was ethio!!!

Must eritreans don’t believe Julian calendar eritrean gov don’t believe this crap…

Happy holiday ethiopians

Why u forcing the eritrenas to accept ethiopian holiday!!!
I thank they mike it clear that they r not ethiopian so live them alone…


01/07/11 @ 05:51
Comment from: Imperial Body Guard [Visitor]
Imperial Body Guard

“The Unity of the Church, as Your Holinesses well know it, is the will of God and ought to be an inspiring example to all men. It should always be a help and not a hindrance to the unity of men of different religions…….
Our own Church is as ancient as our faith, and her history is replete with accounts of the unswerving faith of our people, the inspiring heroism of our martyrs, the Holiness of our saints. The history of our nation has always been closely related to the history of our Church, and the Church has been both the rallying point and the inspirer of our national unity.
Christianity has flourished in Our country, keeping its original features and character through the centuries. As a nation we have a great debt to the church for our cultural heritage.” Selected Speeches of His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie I, Conference of Oriental Orthodox Churches.
Long Live the Constitutional Monarchy!
Long Live the Kebra Negast!
Long Live the Fetha Negast!
Long Live the Independent Ethiopia!
Melkam Gena! Bless the Lord!

01/07/11 @ 07:23
Comment from: Real Ethiopian Orthodox christian [Visitor]
Real Ethiopian Orthodox christian

Melkam ye lidet beal le hulachen yihunelen.

But I have one question to nazret.com. Do you really know the video you posted is Ye Tehadeso mezmur and our churh is againest it? If you know I personally demand the explanation and to be removed immediately. You are participating on the weakening of our beloved church!!!!!!!!!!!!

(No, care to explain the difference?)

01/07/11 @ 08:39
Comment from: Tamrat Tamrat [Visitor]
Tamrat Tamrat

Melkam Genna to All Ethiopians!!

01/07/11 @ 08:42
Comment from: LeColonel [Visitor]
LeColonel

Melkam ye Genna Beaal, brothers and sisters.

Let’s not forget our faith, let’s go back to the unspoiled and orginal identity.

Psalm 133:1

“Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!”

01/07/11 @ 09:17
Comment from: Kassa [Visitor]  
Kassa

wow @@ MELKAM LEDET @@
*To All Ethiopian*

ETHIOPIA FOR ETHIOPIAN
ONLY
I WISH THE VERY BEST ONE FOR ALL LOVELY PEOPLE ETHIOPIAN.
Be GOD destroy enemy of my lovely country.

01/07/11 @ 09:51
Comment from: Dejane [Visitor]
Dejane

HAGER WUSTI LALU ENA WICHI HAGER LEMINORU ETHIOPIAYAWIYANOCH BEMULU MELKUM GENNA YIHUN.

I WISH EVERY ETHIOPIAN A MERRY X-MASS AND HAPPY EUROPEAN NEW YEAR. MAY THE AL-MIGHTY GOD GIVE YOU THE LOVE, PEACE, GOOD HEALTH AND BLESSINGS YOU DESIRE.

01/07/11 @ 10:40
Comment from: Yeha [Visitor]
Yeha

Melkam Gina to you all.Yeha

01/07/11 @ 11:59

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