The group of 250 which made aliyah earlier this week was the first to arrive in two-and-a-half years.
The new arrivals will enter COVID-19 quarantine in the Nordiya moshav close to Netanya and will remain there while they adjust to their new country and learn Hebrew
In partnership with the Absorption Ministry and the Interior Ministry, around 722 Bnei Menashe will be making aliyah following the High Holy Days.
The first group is currently expected to arrive after the conclusion of the High Holy Days, which ends around the middle of October.
Am-Shalem Singson, 28, a young member of the Bnei Menashe Jewish community, originally moving to Israel from Manipur, India, in 2017, was attacked Saturday in Tiberias by two men.
So far, about 3,000 Bnei Menashe have moved to Israel and undergone the conversion process. Some 7,000 others are waiting to come, puzzled why the Israeli government restricts them to 700 a year.
Shavei Israel leader calls on gov’t to bring remaining 7,000 Bnei Menashe as soon as possible.