ethiopian in israel

This Ethiopian-Israeli olah is realizing her dreams at BGU

Haile is now beginning her sophomore year, and says the Step-UP activities throughout her freshman year left her feeling inspired and energized.


Racism and social strife, not Iran, is Israel's biggest problem - Zena

Israeli anti-racism czar: “There is racism in Israel. Racism has aspects in common with terror. Everyone says Israel’s biggest problem now is the social conflict element, not Iran.”

ETHIOPIAN CHRISTIAN worshipers carry a cross during a procession along Via Dolorosa

Israel banning easy entry for Ethiopian Christians this Easter - report

Population and Immigration Authority said it is concerned these tourists will not return home.

Rally in Jerusalem by Ethiopian Israelis as a part of the worldwide move

In the past two weeks, the Ethiopian diaspora community over the world and the Ethiopian community in Israel staged rallies joining the No More! movement.


The Hullegeb Festival: Breaking out in song

Due to take place at various venues around Jerusalem December 22-29, the event offers another opportunity to get a handle on what artistic members of the Ethiopian community have to offer/


All Ethiopian Jews must be brought home to Israel

In Gondar, the center of Ethiopia’s historic Jewish community, 10,000 members of Beta Yisrael wait anxiously to immigrate to the Jewish state.

What does the Ethiopian 'Sigd' holiday signify?

Once in Israel, Sigd quickly found a place in the Ethiopian jewish community’s life.

The departure hall at the almost empty Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv on January 25,

Ethiopian guard sues for racist incident at Ben Gurion

An Ethiopian-Israeli border guard for Ben Gurion Airport has filed a racism-defamation case with the Ashkelon Magistrate’s Court against a man for making racist remarks and threats to her.

From L to R: IDC’s President and Founder Prof. Uriel Reichman, businessman and philanthropist Joey L

Founder of Ethiopian-Israeli scholarship program honored with doctorate

Joey Low, a native New Yorker who made aliyah to Israel, was honored by the IDC for his contributions to the Ethiopian-Israeli community

ISRAELA WITH her mother.

Ethiopian-Israeli parliamentary adviser tells her story

Israela Ayenwo, former journalist and current adviser to Tamno-Shata, is the second eldest of eight siblings who were all born in Israel.

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