Molla heads Knesset delegation visit to Falash Mura camp in Ethiopia

Molla heads Knesset dele

November 29, 2009 09:07


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MK Shlomo Molla (Kadima) will be heading a Knesset delegation to Ethiopia on Sunday. The lawmakers will spend two days in the African country, visiting a camp of Falash Mura community members in Gondar. "The delegation's goal is to assess the situation of the Falash Mura [community] and check why the Israeli government has not implemented its decision of September 2008 to determine their eligibility for aliya," said Molla The delegation is expected to return to Israel on Tuesday.

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