Title Ethiopia: 1. What evidence is there of the operations of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church in the UAE? 2. Is there any material which confirms a split in the church in 2005 in UAE related to continued support for Patriarch Paulos? 3. Is there any evidence of harm to those who have ceased to support Patriarch Paulos in recent years in Ethiopia? 4. Is there any evidence that those who have converted Muslims in Ethiopia have been the subject of harm in Ethiopia in recent years?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 15 February 2008
Country Ethiopia
Topics Muslim | Orthodox Christian
Citation / Document Symbol ETH32853
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Ethiopia: 1. What evidence is there of the operations of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church in the UAE? 2. Is there any material which confirms a split in the church in 2005 in UAE related to continued support for Patriarch Paulos? 3. Is there any evidence of harm to those who have ceased to support Patriarch Paulos in recent years in Ethiopia? 4. Is there any evidence that those who have converted Muslims in Ethiopia have been the subject of harm in Ethiopia in recent years?, 15 February 2008, ETH32853, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4b6fe1d20.html [accessed 25 December 2014]
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