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An epic journey walking from Sudan to Israel in the ’80’s was just the opening course of this extraordinary woman’s life. Listen as Yuvi Tashome shares her story with Eve Harow in this mid-cooking class interview.
For every shekel the state invests in preventing delinquency or rehabilitating a juvenile delinquent, it will save 5-10 shekels in the future by avoiding the delinquent's imprisonment, compensating those hurt by the delinquent, etc.
"Currently, French nationals who are looking to emigrate have many options, so if we do not offer them at least what other countries are offering – we'll be facing stiff competition."
On May 24-25, 1991, Operation Solomon brought nearly 15,000 Ethiopian Jews home to Israel in the biggest operation of its kind ever recorded.
Neguise told the delegation members, pointing out Israel's advanced capabilities in the fields of irrigation, desalination, solar energy, medicine, education and tourism.
B'nei Akiva is helping to prepare the remaining Jews in Ethiopia to come home to Israel over the next five years
An Aliyah plan of this scale hasn't been attempted since the rescued of Ethiopian Jewry.
Zehava was born during her family’s two-year ordeal en route to Israel. She was born on the way. Two of her brothers died. She survived. So did her father’s Torah scroll. Today, she is an IDF officer.
Title: The Koren Ethiopian Haggada Journey to Freedom: Celebrating Ethiopian Jewish History, Traditions & Customs Editor: Rabbi Menachem Waldman Publisher: Koren Publishing
The Hebrew-English haggada provides a wealth of photographic evidence of the lives led by Ethiopian Jews. The pottery, the unembellished homes, school, and synagogues, the gaunt Jews in modest clothing and head coverings portray dedication to Torah values despite harsh political and topographical conditions.