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Blog: Almost half of Jewish teens in prison are of Ethiopian descent
Thursday, July 02, 2015
Data recently released by the Israel Prison Service show that of the jailed teenagers at the Ofek detention center half are of Ethiopian descent.
Blog: Israel's Ethiopian community raises its voice
Thursday, June 04, 2015
The story of the Ethiopian community in Israel can be described as the best and saddest among the patchwork of Israel's communities.

 

Ethiopians to Contribute to Environmental Education in Israel

Posted on 8/20/2013 by in Israel Today Misrad HaKlita Ethiopian Jews

The Ethiopian lifestyle is based on sustainability. Included in the many challenges that Ethiopian immigrants face on arrival in Israel is the transition to a high-tech and consumerist society. Adapting will be easier in future: sustainability already plays an important role in the conservation-minded West, and is now gaining a more central role in environmental education in Israel.

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Kim Clement Center Playground

Posted on 8/8/2013 by in israel Israel Today Ethiopian Jews

And you Gentiles ... have been grafted in. So now you also receive the blessing God has promised Abraham and his children (Romans 11:17). Gentile believers, or Christians, stand strong on these words of Paul and take every chance they have to visit Israel and be a part of the reconstruction of the Promised Land. Kim Clement Center are no exception. Hailing originally from South Africa, Kim Clement is recognized worldwide for his prophetic ministry to the nations - following in the footsteps of a giant of the faith, America's David Wilkerson, best known for his book, The Cross and the Switchblade, and who recently went to join the Lord in his 79th year.

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An Ethiopian Voice

Posted on 7/21/2013 by in israel immigrants Operation Moses Israel Today Ethiopian Jews

Ester Rada's family history reads like a novel. Driven out of Ethiopia, their country of birth, by famine, Ester's parents escaped on foot to Sudan. They found themselves confined to a refugee camp in life-threatening conditions, and desperation set in until the God of their ancestors intervened. The Radas were Ethiopian Jews, and qualified to be airlifted out of Sudan in 1984 by the Israeli government, during Operation Moses.

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