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Ethiopian aliyah renews with 180 new immigrants to arrive next week

In total, 3,000 first-degree relatives of Ethiopian immigrants will be reunited with their families.

High Court decides to resume aliyah of Ethiopian Jews

In February, the High Court issued an interim order freezing the aliyah of Ethiopian Jews.

Ethiopian Jews can’t get the same embrace from Israel as Ukrainians

Opinion: Ukraine crisis is clear evidence of a racial imbalance in how the world responds to tragedies; while many open their doors to Europeans, few do so when it comes to refugees from Ethiopia, or other countries with populations of

Cabinet unanimously approves further immigration from Ethiopia

3,000 immigrants to be allowed in to Israel under new resolution, entry of further eligible immigration candidates will need new govt resolution to appropriate funds.

Broward County Jewish Federation allocates $30,000 for Ethiopian Jews

The Jewish Federation of Broward County, which earlier this year committed to raising $100,000 to provide assistance to struggling Ethiopian Jews, recently allocated over $30,000 for immediate emergency use. Conditions in Ethiopia have worsened following more than a year of war and

Ethiopian Jewry: Will Israel repeat mistakes?

Israel must bring all of the 14,100 Ethiopian Jews who have been awaiting aliyah, in some cases for decades. Otherwise Israel will be partially responsible for deaths which could have been avoided.

Israel to evacuate families of diplomats from Ethiopia, steps up travel warning

Amid an escalating civil war in Ethiopia, Israel’s Foreign Ministry on Saturday announced it would begin evacuating the families of its diplomats stationed in the African country. The Israeli diplomats themselves will continue to work at the Addis Ababa embassy,

Immigrant compound opens in northern Ethiopia

From the Jerusalem Post Newspaper:By Melissa RadlerJune 27, 2001 A community compound for 10,000 Ethiopian Jews awaiting aliyah to Israel opened yesterday in the nation’s northern Gondar province. Sponsored by New York-based advocacy group Struggle to Save Ethiopian Jewry (SSEJ), the