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Synonyms for Abyssinia

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The regulator said in a statement it made the decision to liquidate the credit union and discontinue operations after determining Greater Abyssinia FCU was insolvent and had no prospect for restoring viable operations.
Sheikh Al Al-Sheikh added that between us and the African continent, a strong correlation of the first migration of Muslims to Abyssinia at the time of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), and then the Islamic conquests that swept the Islamic Maghreb and the people entered into the religion of Allah in crowds.
Egypt was under the yoke of colonialism during the signing of the treaty, she said, whereas Ethiopia was the independent state of Abyssinia in 1902.
Demanding the individual conform with a 'blood and honour' code, crushing dissent and enforcing an authoritarian supremacist ideology is all well and good when you are invading Abyssinia - but will it get you a point at West Brom?
The shares auction of Ethiopian lender, Bank of Abyssinia, attracted bids, some of which were 224 percent over the par value.
POOR old Paolo Di Canio must have expected that taking over as manager at Sunderland this week would be as easy as marching into Abyssinia.
is challenging their claim to fame, presenting the possibility that Abyssinia (modern-day Ethiopia and Eritrea) was the first Christian nation.
Some Muslims immigrated to Abyssinia as its Christian ruler, al-Najashi of Aksum, was considered to be a fair king.
Her CV discloses that she was at one time the supervisor of international banking at Bank of Abyssinia (BoA).
The project was deemed complete when the 36-inch control valve at the Abyssinia Accumulator Station was opened
Together they worked to foment holy war from Libya in the west through Egypt, Abyssinia, Sudan, Arabia, Iran, Afghanistan, and India.
Yet, when Abyssinia was invaded in 1935, it deeply affected Jawaharlal Nehru, and he led India in offering sympathy to the people of Ethiopia," Dr.
Christians in Abyssinia welcomed the early Muslim Emigrants with open arms and assisted them, and Umar ibn al-Khattab's views of those Emigrants is well known, as he is known to have said that he does not equate between those who emigrated in both times [i.
For example, when under pressure Prophet Mohamed instructed his followers in Arabia to flee to Abyssinia for refuge where there was a just Negus, a Christian King.
What happens if halfway up the Eiger, with Simon Cowell draped on their back criticising their choice in crampons, they decide to turn back and let the neglected dogs of Abyssinia fend for themselves?