First-Ever Course for Kosher Slaughterers in Ethiopia Graduates 12

“The group studied from early morning into the evening hours.”

180 Ethiopian Olim Arrive in Israel, Part of Ongoing Operation Tzur Israel

95,000 Ethiopians have immigrated to Israel since the establishment of the state.

Israeli Army Vet Launches Tikkun Olam Project in Africa

“We receive money from people who believe in Tikkun Olam, giving back to the world. I try to explain to people the impact of the money."

South African Human Rights Activist Rhoda Kadalie, True Friend of Israel, Dead at 68

Rhoda Kadalie always spoke truth to power, which in South Africa included her being a staunch defender of Israel against the official antisemitic line.

Decision to Revoke Israel’s Observer Status in African Union Postponed for a Year

The Palestinian Authority has been lobbying the African countries to dump Israel.

Military Seizes Control of Burkina Faso in Coup D’Etat

The country’s army announced Monday on state television that it has arrested President Roch Marc Christian Kabore, suspended the constitution, and dissolved the national government and the national assembly.

Israeli Delegation Arrives in Sudan for Talks

The delegation was set to meet with Sudan's top general, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan.

Israel to Donate 1M COVID-19 Vaccine Doses to African Nations

In recent months, the State of Israel has strengthened its relations with the countries of the African continent.

Friday the NY Times Attacks ‘Pegasus,’ Monday Israel Tightens Spyware Export Rules

So Pegasus is equal-opportunity spyware and, needless to say, Israel's greatest friend in the world (America) was not amused.

NYC Mayor-elect Eric Adams Lights Hanukkah Menorah with Chabad of Ghana

New York City health officials issued a new mask advisory urging residents regardless of vaccination status to wear a mask in all public indoor settings.

South Africa’s Chief Rabbi ‘Says Israel Has ‘Closed Its Doors to Us’

“The founders of the state established the Law of Return, and now the 'Entry Law' must be enacted.”

Corona Blamed for Increased Fetal Deaths in Israel Even as WHO Calls Omicron Variant...

The causes of intrauterine death are most likely the Coronavirus affecting the placenta, the metabolism, and oxygen transfer to the fetus.

Kenyan Police Arrest Iranian Accused of Planning Terror Attacks

The report is part of the increased security operations in Kenya following the recent escape of three security prisoners from the largest maximum-security prison in Kenya.

16 UN Staffers Detained in Ethiopia, No Explanation Given

The US Embassy has ordered its non-essential staff to leave. The UN has also suspended non-essential missions to Addis Ababa.

Absorption Minister at War with NSC over Questionable Ethiopian Olim

According to the NSC, there is an "exaggeration of the reality in order to create pressure on senior government echelons."

Report: Mossad Foiled Multiple Iranian Attacks on Israelis in Africa

The attacks targeted Israelis in at least three countries on the African continent: Tanzania, Senegal and Ghana.

Israel Begins to Evacuate Diplomat Families from Ethiopia

The move comes in response to an escalation in fighting between Ethiopian government forces and Tigrayan rebels.

South African Diplomat, PA Arabs, Clash with IDF Outside Jewish Settlement

The Arabs refused to budge and the soldiers arrested Munter Amira, a known provocateur who confronted the soldiers.

Military Coup in Sudan, Government Ministers Arrested

Protesters filled the streets of the capital Khartoum early Monday morning in response to news of the arrests.

Report: Algeria Enlisting African Union Members to Revoke Israel’s Observer’s Status

Israel was an observer in the Organization of African Unity, but in 2002, when it was replaced by the African Union, the Israeli membership was revoked.

Congo: Bill Seeking to Block Candidate with Jewish Father Prompts Backlash

Katumbi’s grandparents were murdered in Auschwitz. His father, Nissim Soriano, a Greek Sephardic Jew, fled Rhodes and settled in Congo’s Katanga province where he married the granddaughter of the local King Msiri.

Sudan Annuls 63-Year-Old Israel Boycott Law as Part of Normalization Process

Sudan signed the Abraham Accords peace accord with Israel this past January 6th as part of the country’s rapprochement with the United States.

Netanyahu Sends Official Condolences to Chad After President Killed in Action

“We will miss his bold leadership and always remember his historic decision to renew Chad’s relationship with Israel.”

IDF Team in Equatorial Guinea Treats 600 Casualties, Performs 85 Operations

The delegation was dispatched following a series of explosions in the city of Bata that led to hundreds of dead and injured and extensive damage.

Close to 300 New Ethiopian Immigrants Land in Israel

The immigrants will enter quarantine following Israel’s regulations.

Biden White House Revokes Trump’s Relief of Sanctions Against Israeli Billionaire Dan Gertler

Alan Dershowitz, who was hired by Gertler in 2019, told the NY Times on Monday that he was disappointed with the Biden administration’s move.

Equatorial Guinea Moving Embassy to Jerusalem

Equatorial Guinea President Teodoro Mbasogo announced they are moving their embassy to Jerusalem.

COVID-19 South African Variant May Reduce Pfizer Vaccine Efficacy

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is expected to make a ruling on the Johnson & Johnson application later this month.

Israel’s Intelligence Minister Makes Historic Visit to Sudan, Discusses Progress in Abraham Accords

Cohen met with Sudanese President Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, Defense Minister Yassin Ibrahim and other senior members of the Sudanese government.

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