Sunday, January 2, 2011

Israel: more skeptical about Jews from Addis

"We're ready to die until we get an answer," he says, hoping that a "long hunger strike" would draw attention to their poor living conditions and pave the way for "aliyah," the right to return to the promised land. Over 100,000 Ethiopian Jews already live in Israel and Jerusalem recently granted entry to 7,800 more from only the northern town of Gonder, where all Ethiopian Jews -- known as the Falash Mura -- originate from. Those in the Ethiopian capital say they were unfairly left out,Read more…


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