Netanyahu: Israel Must Do More to Incorporate Ethiopian Jews, Combat Racism

Jeremy Sharon, The Jerusalem Post, 06/03/2019

The government must do more to integrate Israelis who immigrated from Ethiopia and to combat racism and discrimination against them, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday.

By foot from Ethiopia via Sudan, Vered is inspired by parents’ sacrifice

Kobe Lieberman, Israel and Stuff, 05/23/2019

Incredible story of sacrifice and the inspiration of a child, Vered Achihon, now 39, who walked to Israel with her parents from Ethiopia via Sudan, on a perilous journey spanning months.

When Ethiopian Jews Tried To Save European Jews From Holocaust

Seth J. Frantzman, The Jerusalem Post, 01/27/2019

Ethiopian Jews suffered under the Italian occupation but by 1943 they were able to reach out to the emperor to suggest hosting Jews fleeing Europe.

First Ethiopian Jewry Research Hub Aims to Preserve Community’s Traditions

Melanie Lidman, Times of Israel, 01/08/2019

Led by popular Rabbi Dr. Sharon Shalom, the new institute seeks to move beyond ‘proving’ community’s ties to ancient Judaism.

The Revolutionary History of Ethiopia’s Jews

David Ratner, Haaretz, 10/29/2018

A new study reveals that Beta Israel were active in the Marxist-inspired armed struggle to overthrow the regime

Ethiopia Appoints Its First Female President

Hadra Ahmed and Kimiko de Freytas-Tamura, The New York Times, 10/25/2018

From Small Town Ethiopia to Big City Law Student

Bezawit Abebe, Jewish&, 10/23/2018

How parents' courage inspired a life of service for one Ethiopian Jew

An Ethiopian Jew Makes Aliyah A Second Time

Pnina Agenyahu, Jewish&, 10/25/2017

What an Israeli Ethiopian Learned About Judaism from American Jews.

Despite Distance and Difference, World Jewry's Rosh Hashana Celebrations Center in Jerusalem

Eliana Rudee, Breaking Israel News, 09/18/2017

"And in that day, a great ram’s horn shall be sounded; and the strayed who are in the land of Assyria and the expelled who are in the land of Egypt shall come and worship Hashem on the holy mount, in Yerushalayim.” Isaiah 27:13 (The Israel Bible™)

08/27/2019

King Solomon and the Bee

Blu Greenberg, Linda Tarry and Avi Katz, , 01/01/1970

An imaginative tale of the story of King Solomon and Princess Makeda from Ethiopia, who marries the Hebrew king and becomes the Queen of Sheba. Their bi-racial son, Ben LeHaham-Menelik sets off to meet his father in the land of Israel and then returns with many Jewish people to help him run his kingdom.

03/22/2019

Yuvi's Candy Tree

Lesley Simpson and Janice Lee Porter, , 01/01/1970

Fleeing famine in her native Ethiopia, five-year-old Yuvi is sure she will have a candy tree when she arrives in Jerusalem.

Then and now: Tracking down the Ethiopian Jews who moved to Israel

Ofer Aderet, Haaretz, 05/14/2016

A new exhibition at The Museum of the Jewish People, in Tel Aviv, provides a fascinating insight into how members of the Ethiopian-Jewish community acclimatized to Israel – some more successfully than others – following Operation Moses in the mid-1980s.

Film to document plight of Ethiopian Jews

Khalid Moss, Dayton Daily News, 12/31/2007

Becoming Israelis

Sandee Brawarsky, The Jewish Week, 11/01/2007

A Touch Of Ethiopia In Israel

Steve Lipman, The Jewish Week, 11/24/2006

Daughters of the Ark

Anna Morgan, , 10/01/2005

In 939 B.C.E. a daring girl and her priestly Jewish family journey from Jerusalem to Ethiopia with the son of Solomon and Sheba secretly transporting the Ark of the Covenant, the most important symbol of their faith.