ethiopian protest

WITH DEPUTY Public Security Minister Gadi Yevarkan and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the memo

Ethiopian youth call on Netanyahu to honor election pledge to bring them to Israel

In the run up to the election, Netanyahu met with the leaders of the Ethiopian community in Israel and promised that he would bring the remainder of the Flash Mura community still in the cities of Addis Ababa and Gondar to Israel.

Ethiopian Israelis celebrate the holiday of Sigd in Jerusalem on November 27

Mequnante’s healing: A reset for Israel and its Ethiopian community?

An Ethiopian kid had been killed by a police officer and this was not investigated; my wife was arrested at a demonstration last week!

10/12/2019

Policeman who killed Solomon Tekah likely to be indicted for negligent homicide

Shai Nitzan said that the policeman would first receive a pre-indictment hearing before a final decision was made.

Solomon Tekah's sister makes aliyah

During the Shiva, Minister Uri Ariel first heard that Solomon's sister, Masrat Verika, was waiting on approval to make an aliyah along with her two children, Habtamo and Tadillo.

Dead or alive? Five years after Mengistu enters Gaza, only silence

Since the story came to light over four years ago, media coverage of the issue has been almost nonexistent, and public demand for Avera’s release has been sporadic at best.

Ethiopian leader arrives, meets Mengistu's mother, consoles Teka family

He briefly mentioned Ethiopian-Israeli killed in July, meets mother of another Ethiopian-Israeli held in Gaza

01/09/2019

Police reform now

The shooting of Ethiopian-Israeli Solomon Tekah set off nationwide protests by the community against what they claim is rampant police racism

Ethiopian-Israeli teen killed by cop had alcohol, drugs in blood - autopsy

In light of these findings which indicate that Tekah was under the influence, sources said that they believe that the officer's claim that he felt like he was in danger can be given greater weight.

Police put officer who killed Ethiopian on forced leave

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.

Racism in Israel?

Violent protests have stopped, but the anger the Ethiopian community feels has not

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