When the young member of Uganda's Abayudaya community applied to make aliyah in 2017, he couldn’t have imagined that he would be poised to fundamentally impact the dynamic of Israel-Diaspora relations.
American Jews with ties to a small community of Jews in Uganda are condemning the Israeli Interior Ministry’s decision to reject the right of those Jews to immigrate to Israel.
I usually am not in favor of Nazi analogies because such comparisons downplay the horrors of the era, but so many events over the last years seemed to echo the past.
Jewish stories deserve to be taken seriously by social advocacy movements, and we deserve to live in peace.
As an infant, she was airlifted to safety. Today she’s bringing Ethiopian culture alive in Tel Aviv.
This opportunity was really a turning point, providing a springboard where I could use my voice to represent my community and fill a gap in the knowledge of Jewish people globally — many of whom remain unaware of Israel’s Ethiopian Jewry,
"I’ve been in community service my whole...this city was good to me and my family.”
Our guest this week is Congressman-elect Jamaal Bowman, one of the most surprising political stories of the year 2020.
Eden Amare Yitbarek, 23, studied at Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya as part of special program sponsoring youngsters from the community with leadership potential for BA degrees.
For Jews hailing from the Middle East and North Africa, the normalization of Morocco-Israel relations is a reminder of how far we’ve come in our history of struggle and persecution.