EIASC

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EIASCEthiopian Islamic Affairs Supreme Council
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She and her husband Frank joined the EIASC in 1995 and have three children, Laura, Briana and Ryan.
This feature introduces a big difference with previous algorithms since they use fixed initialization points (e.g., EKMA, IASC, and EIASC); however, regarding this particularity, IASC2 is similar to the KMA, because both algorithms include a FOU-dependent initialization.
The IASC2 works with the switch points starting inside the centroid, iterating similarly as IASC type algorithms but from the [y.sub.min] toward left side while the minimum [y.sub.L] is reached, it is in the opposite sense to IASC and EIASC. The procedure for computing the maximum [y.sub.R] begins in [y.sub.max] and goes to the right side until it is found, and these arch direction is the same of IASC but opposite to the proposed in EIASC.
The algorithms considered in these experiments are IASC [14], EIASC [18], and EKMA [16], which are confronted against IASC2 and KMA2.
The EIASC also raised concerns about the equitable celebration of religious holidays in the country, noting Orthodox Christian holidays such as Meskel and Epiphany are celebrated in Meskel Square and Jan Meda, two large public squares in Addis Ababa, while the celebration of Eid al-Fitr had been relegated to the less prominent Addis Ababa stadium.
The Meserte Kristos/Mennonite Church, Mekane Yesus Church, Seventh-day Adventist Church, and the EIASC made no progress in securing the return of property confiscated by the Government under the Derg regime.
The EIASC oversees the activities of foreign imams and screens out perceived Wahhabi influence.
Evangelical leaders complained that because they are perceived as "newcomers," they remained disadvantaged in the allocation of land compared with the EOC and the EIASC.
An understanding was reached between the MOE and the EIASC that female Muslim students could use headscarves but not the hijab.
Evangelical leaders have complained that because they are perceived as "newcomers," they remain at a disadvantage in the allocation of land compared with the EOC and the EIASC.
The EIASC does not support this position, which they claim originates in the Middle East and not from the Koran.
Evangelical leaders have complained that because they are perceived as "newcomers," they remain at a disadvantage compared with the EOC and the EIASC in the allocation of land.