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Addis Alam, a new agriculture association started by two Ethiopian-Israeli brothers, aims to grow traditional Ethiopian produce in Israel.
Their hearts are in Israel; their bodies remain in Ethiopia. Will the story ever have a happy ending?
Immigration would mean leaving his mother, siblings behind
Mulatu Astatke’s concert will take place at the Tower of David on September 21 at 9:45 p.m.
By BARRY DAVIS
A long-standing cultural dream is about to be realized.
By SOPHIE ASHKINAZE-COLLENDER
A presidential trip to Ethiopia highlights contributions of Jewish and Israeli efforts – and the moral obligation to go even further
By JEREMY SHARON
The two women are the first female Ethiopian judges to be selected to serve the nation.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Yankeleh Segal and Avi Vese perform as part of the Hullegeb Israeli-Ethiopian Arts Festival in Jerusalem.
The Ethiopian Jewish community has over 144,000 members, approximately 25% of which belong to the haredi (ultra-Orthodox) and national-religious streams.
By TAMAR BEERI
The holiday connects the renewal of the covenant with the return to Zion and the yearning for Zion.
By JULIANE HELMHOLD
A-lister Hailu Lulessa Mergia, a pioneer of Ethio-jazz, plays Tel Aviv’s Zappa Club tomorrow.
This is the story of a group of teens living in a lower socioeconomic area of Ashkelon who, with hard work and determination, are realizing that dreams can come true.
By MAXINE LIPTZEN DOROT
The Interior Ministry made sure that Shparo left financial guarantees back home so he will return to Ethiopia at the end of his trip, as is customary with Ethiopian Jews who've been refused Aliyah.
By IRIS GEORLETTE
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