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Work goes on: Efforts to bring last of Ethiopian Jews to Israel

In continuation of the family reunification initiative “Operation Tzur Israel” (“Operation Rock of Israel”), nearly 300 new Ethiopian olim landed in Israel on March 11, joining the other 1,700 Ethiopians who arrived in Israel since last year.

First immigrants from Ethiopia in Operation Rock of Israel land

The first flight of Operation Rock of Israel brought 316 members of the Falash Mura community from Ethiopia to Israel early on Thursday together with Aliyah Minister Pnina Tamano Shata and they were greeted at Ben Gurion Airport by Prime

After 20 years of struggle: Tomorrow, 400 of the remaining Ethiopian Jews will be reunited with their families

Tomorrow (Thursday) the aliyah operation “Tzur Israel” will officially begin with the landing of the first flight, which will bring the rest of the Ethiopian Jews, who have been struggling for about 20 years to unite with their families. “This

Israel Accepts Ethiopians of Jewish Descent, but Fewer Than Promised

“Israel has been slow to admit Ethiopians whose ancestors converted to Christianity, not seeing them as fully Jewish even if they practice Judaism.”

As Israel okays some Ethiopian immigrants, thousands more ‘face disaster’

“Funds to feed families waiting years in Addis, Gondar are drying up because of COVID-19, with malnutrition rampant; Aliya Minister Tamano-Shata urges to honor 2015 airlift decision.

Letter from leading Orthodox American Rabbis

Rabbis’ Perspective: COVID-19 & Ethiopian JewsJews in Ethiopia are desperate as the world turns its back during their darkest hour.As Orthodox rabbis in the greater NYC metropolitan area we have seen our congregants enduretremendous suffering as a result of Covid-19.

Time to Keep Your Word to Ethiopian Jews, Netanyahu

Our forefathers dreamed of returning to holy Jerusalem more than 2,000 years ago, hoping that the day would come when they could reach it. Consequently, from 1977 to 1985, many families left their homes and made their way to Jerusalem

Black Jewish Lives matter too: COVID-19 and Ethiopian Jewry

14,000 Beta Israel await aliyah in a poverty-stricken country where millions are expected to contract the virus. Israel’s silence is deafeningA survey released by the Ruderman Family Foundation found that the majority of Israeli Jews would be willing to send