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BINIAM Benjamin
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* People with the name Biniam / Benjamin or its variant spellings include: ''BINIAM'' or ''BINYAM''

* Biniam Zera-Yacob ZelAlem Ethiopian magical names of god and their creative powers of the Krĕstyan.
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Welcome to my new 2000 friends! :)

This week has been really incredible. 2000 of you joined my party and I'd like to welcome you and to thank you for your interest!

There must be a good explanation, can you tell me how you found me?

- Is it through a shared circle? (tell me so I can thank the person who introduced me to you)
- Is it through a post? (which post did you like enough to circle me?)
- Is it through a random G+ suggestion?

I can't wait to interact with everyone of you! Have a great week-end!
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Rare live interview with Ethiopians about Ethiopia / Africa, It's a powerful and heart-warming tale that would be motivating millions of people in Ethiopia as well as in the whole Africa. My thanks go to the many people who contributed to this interview and interviewer Mr. Vickram Bahl. Esp. thanks to Ceo of Ernest & Young Ethiopia Mr. Zemedeneh Negatu.
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CEO of Ernest & Young Ethiopia Zemedeneh Negatu, opportunities with Africa and his view on the increase investment in Ethiopia and global inflows of foreign direct investments in the future.
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  •  About the histroy and origin of the name   Biniam  or 'Benjamin''' (House of David).
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            *** Biniam Zera-Yacob ZelAlem Ethiopian magical names of god and their creative powers of the Krĕstyans & Jewish.
     
    'Biniam' Ethiopian Tĕwahĕdo Krĕstyans (Christianity) is pronounced Bin-ya-am (ቢንያም = (Gĕĕz = ግዕዝ), Ethiopic syllabary BI-N-YA-AM) or 'Benjamin' (Hebrew Name בִּנְיָמִין Binyamin ) was the last-born of Rachel's & Jacob's twelve children, in Ethiopian Tĕwahĕdo Krĕstyans, Jewish  and  Christianity tradition.
    He was the founder of the  Tribe of Biniam or known as Israelite Tribe of Benjamin .
    In the Ethiopian Tĕwahĕdo Krĕstyans (BIBLE), "Biniam''  or 'Benjamin'  is "SON of the RIGHT hand; (Favorite Son)''; son of the south or son of my old age" 'Benjamin', would literally translate also as ''son of days''. That's why, in the classical literature argues that this was the original form of the name and was a reference to the advanced age of Jacob when'Benjamin'  was born.

    ''BINIAM'' or ''BENJAMIN'' is a very popular first name of the Tĕwahĕdo Krĕstyan (Christianity), tradition in Ethiopia.

    The etymology of the name "Biniam''  or 'Benjamin" is a matter of facts, though most agree that it is composed of two parts - ''ben'' and ''jamin'' - the former meaning ''son of'' and ''jamin'' means right.
     
    The literal translation of 'Benjamin' is ''son of right'' (as opposed to ''left''), generally interpreted as meaning ''son of my right hand'', though sometimes interpreted as ''son of the right side''. Being associated with the right hand side was traditionally a reference to strength. This is, however, not the only literal translation, as the root word; root for ''right'' is identical to that for ''south'', hence "Biniam''  or 'Benjamin' also literally translates as ''son of the south''. This meaning is advocated by several classical Christianity literature of Ethiopian sources, which refers to the birth of "Biniam''   or 'Benjamin' in the south of Kingdom of Israel, as compared with the birth of all the other children of Jacob's & Rahel's who born in the north. Modern scholars have proposed that, "Biniam''  or 'Benjamin' being just not only a metaphor; ''son of the south'' or ''son of the right'' are references to the tribe's being subordinate over on to the undominant tribe's .

    In the the liturgical languag and history of the Ethiopian Orthodoxy Church or Tĕwahĕdo "Bĕtĕ-Krĕstyan , is written in the (ግዕዝ=Gĕĕz ) (Ethiopic syllabary) ''ቢንያም ''and Binyam, Benjamin; is Hebrew (''בן ימים''). (Kingdom of Israel).

    According to classical literature sources of the Ethiopian Orthodoxys or Tĕwahĕdo  Bĕtĕ-Krĕstyan  ቢንያም = (Gĕĕz =ግዕዝ), "Biniam''  or  'Benjamin' was only born after Rachel had fasted for a long time, as a religious devotion with the hope of a new child as a reward. By then Jacob had become over 100 years old. "Biniam''  ('Benjamin') is treated as a young child in most of the Biblical narrative and at several points is also described as the father of ten children.

    *** People with the name Benjamin or its variant spellings include: ''BINIAM'', '' BINYAM''  or ''BENJAMIN'' .

    * Biniam Zera-Yacob ZelAlem  Ethiopian magical names of god and their creative powers of the  Krĕstyans.
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