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A small ancient group of Jews, the Beta Israel, live in northwestern Ethiopia, though most emigrated to Israel in the last decades of the 20th century as part of the rescue missions undertaken by the Israeli government, Operation Moses and Operation Solomon.
Some Israeli and Jewish scholars consider these Ethiopian Jews as a historical Lost Tribe of Israel.
Until the 1980s, a substantial population of Ethiopian Jews resided in Ethiopia.
The country is also the spiritual homeland of the Rastafari religious movement.
The Kingdom of Aksum was one of the first nations to officially accept Christianity, when St.
2.6% of the population (mainly in the far south and southwest) follow traditional religions; other religions (Bahá'í, Judaism, etc.) make up the remaining 0.6%.
Ethiopia is the site of the first hijra in Islamic history and the oldest Muslim settlement in Africa at Negash.
It insists the Grand Renaissance Dam will reduce its water supplies from the Nile, and talks on the issue involving Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan have been deadlocked for months."We don't have any intention to harm Sudan or Egypt," Ahmed told reporters in Khartoum after meeting Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir."In our opinion, utilisation of Nile would benefit the three countries with insignificant harm," Ahmed said in English with Bashir standing next to him."The most important thing is to reduce, to minimise the downside of the project and we are doing that in a very responsible manner."Ethiopia began building the -billion dam in 2012, but the mega project has triggered tensions primarily with Egypt as Cairo fears that once commissioned the dam will reduce its water supplies.
Cairo argues the treaties grant it 87 percent of the Nile's flow, as well as the power to veto upstream projects.