Israel approves plan to bring two thousand Ethiopian Jews to country


JERUSALEM:  Israel has approved a plan to bring two thousand Ethiopian Jews to the country.

They are part of about 8,000 members of a community who have been waiting to come to Israel for years.

The group are members of the Falash Mura, descendants of Ethiopian Jews who converted to Christianity – many under duress – in the 18th and 19th centuries.

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