The Independent Moslem League, sometimes referred to as the Independent Moslem League of Massawa, was a political party in Eritrea. It was formed through a split in the Moslem League, founded by Moslem League members from the central and eastern provinces of Eritrea. Mohammed Omer Cadi was the president of the party.FormationIML was initially a constituent of the Independence Bloc. However, the IML began to see the Bloc as dominated by Italian interests, and by 1949 it had broken away from it. The IML was the first of various Independence Bloc factions to desert the Bloc.Political activitiesAt the time of the split from the Moslem League, the IML held negotiations with representatives of the Ethiopian government. The Ethiopians offered the IML assurances that if Eritrea enter into union with Ethiopia, Islamic traditions would be respected and schools would teach in Arabic language alongside Amharic. After receiving these assurances the IML o
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