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Violent protests have stopped, but the anger the Ethiopian community feels has not
The decision came following the decision by the Jerusalem Magistrate’s Court on Monday to free the policeman and allow him to enter any police precinct apart from his regular one in the Haifa area.
The meeting took place following two weeks of protests by the Ethiopian community in the wake of the police shooting of Solomon Tekah.
By MARCY OSTER/JTA
Ethiopian minors made up 3.8% more than the national average rate of arrests of minors in 2018. Ethiopian-Israelis constitute just 1.7% of the population of Israel.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Following the riots that occurred throughout Israel on Tuesday, protesters called for further demonstrations on Wednesday, which are expected to be violent.
By HERB KEINON,JERUSALEM POST STAFF,ANNA AHRONHEIM
Erdan expressed his disappointment in the fact that some of the protesters "operate with great violence."
By TAMAR BEERI
Two-thirds of reforms implemented, but some key one ignored.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
In aftermath of shooting of Ethiopian-Israeli by police, community cries ‘Black lives matter.’
By SHAKED KARABELNICOFF
"He was a child with the happiness of life, who knew to hug, to help and to support," said Solomon's father. "He was so caring, with a huge heart, a child who gave greatly."
Yehuda Biadga, 24, was shot and killed by a police officer earlier this month after Biagda rushed at him with a knife.
By LAHAV HARKOV
"It's a shame that the police depict us as a terror organization," said organizer Shahar Mula.
"We see acts of violence towards Ethiopian Jews on a daily basis, but Yehuda's case is the last straw. We just wish to show that we will not stand for it anymore."
By ALON EINHORN,MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN
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