Ethiopian Jews Protest for Right to Immigrate to Israel
About 135,000 Ethiopian Jews live in Israel, many of whom are related to the nearly 8,000 still awaiting permission to perform "aliya," or Jewish immigration. Last October, the Israeli government made plans to bring over 1,000 people - but only one family has been allowed into the country since then, writes VOA.
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