abyssinean wrote:Arba_Gorash wrote:abyssinean wrote:
so what ? you are jumping here and there. higher institutes are secular areas be it in tigrai, oromia, amara, south, else where in the world. period.
You can learn more from Universities in the United States who, ironically some of them have actually financed the building of the however many universities you brag to have in your tigrai.
UC Davis, California.
Campus places to pray
Muslims like Tezcan and Yusufzai have places on campus to pray -- it is hard to leave campus five times a day. In the Shields Library basement, a place exists for Muslim students to register their devotions. "Hardly anyone knows about it," Yusufzai says. "You just need a clean place to pray."
http://www.ucdavis.edu/spotlight/0805/r ... slims.html
It is a fact that higher institutes are/should be secular every where in the word. Making it comfortable for the students in a way that does not compromise the primary objective is some thing Ethiopian also follow.
The one you provided is a good input. we have to grow to understand the needs of our Muslim brothers. The more we make comfortable the country for them the more they will be productive effectively. when the country's potential improves and we grow to understand each other, that will be reality in our country too. do not worry Ethiopia will finances every thing for the well being of it citizens with out discrimination . now we have other priorities and it is not being done to any other religion exceptionally.
If Ethiopian Muslims are not allowed to build a Mosque in their home country, and they are forced to bury their loved ones 15 kilometers outside the city limit, what could be more pressing issue than this? What are the "other" priorities you're talking about ?