Kiryat Malachi - a City of Absorption, not of RacismDespite reports of discrimination against Ethiopians in Kiryat Malachi, its Torah core group shows the opposite is true.
Peres: Israel Should Thank Ethiopians for Coming HereIt's not Ethiopian immigrants who should thank Israel for rescuing them - Israel should thank them for coming, Shimon Peres said.
Ethiopian Leader: Embrace the Ethiopian CommunityAvraham Negosa, a leader of Ethiopian Jewry in Israel: It's hard for Ethiopians to adapt to life in Israel. They should be embraced.
The Sigd: A Traditional Ethiopian Holiday 'Comes Home' to IsraelThursday marks the holiday of Sigd, a traditional holiday celebrated by the Ethiopian Jewish community, with prayers, fasting and feasting.
Bnei Akiva's Ethiopian Youth Celebrate SigdBnei Akiva's Ethiopian youth will hit Jerusalem's pedestrian mall and celebrate the traditional Sigd holiday with passersby.
Celebrating 20 Years of Ethiopian AliyahA ceremony Thursday marked 20 years since Operation Solomon. Arutz Sheva spoke to a young woman born on the plane to Israel.
Rivlin: Begin Ended Israel's Injustice to Ethiopian JewryKnesset Speaker at event marking 20 years since Operation Solomon: "The Zionism of Ethiopian Jews began long before Operation Solomon."
Jerusalem Day is Remembrance Day for Ethiopian JewryThe first Ethiopian Jews to reach Israel in the 1980's crossed to Sudan by foot to escape from Ethiopia. Thousands died and are remembered today.
80 Ethiopian Jews Arrested at Protest in Addis Ababa80 Ethiopian Jews arrested during a demonstration near the Israeli Embassy in Addis Ababa, where they demanded Israeli citizenship.
New Equal Opportunity Law for EthiopiansThe Knesset has passed a law requiring government agencies and private firms to guarantee a”reasonable amount” of job openings for Ethiopians.
IDF Boosts Integration for Ethiopian-Israeli SoldiersStudy finds the IDF's Amir course for Ethiopian-born soldiers increases motivation to join elite units.
Aliyah from Ethiopia Back after DelayImmigration from Ethiopia resumes after a delay caused by chicken pox. More than 330 to arrive on midnight flights.
30 New Civil Service Positions for Ethiopian CommunityCabinet seeks to improve proportion of Ethiopian Jewish academics in the civil service, with 30 new positions in the year 2011.
Falash Mura on Their Way to IsraelGov't decides to allow the eligible members of the nearly-8,000 strong Falash Mura tribe in Ethiopia to immigrate to Israel over four years.
Government Votes to Begin Final Ethiopian AliyahThe government has voted to begin a final mass aliyah from Ethiopia, after which immigration from the country will end.
Photo Essay: Ethiopian Jewry: Emblem of Jewish Continuity'Nothing proves Jewish eternity like Ethiopian Jewry,' says Rabbi Druckman as Ethiopian Jews celebrate Sigd holiday. INN was there.
Ethiopian Community Begins Sigd CelebrationsSigd celebrations kick off in residence of President Shimon Peres.
Jerusalem Day is Day of Remembrance for Ethiopian JewsJerusalem Day is a Day of Remembrance in the Ethiopian Jewish community, for the thousands who didn't manage to complete the trek to the holy land.
Ethiopian Olim Knock on Computer Industry's DoorEighteen young olim (new immigrants) from Ethiopia have completed a first-of-its-kind computer systems training course.
'Sample Seder' for New OlimHundreds of new immigrants from Ethiopia are hosted for a sample Passover seder, their first ever.
Hundreds Demand Falash Mura ImmigrationHundreds of Ethiopian Jews demonstrated outside the PM's office, demanding: "Bring to Israel the 20,000 Falash Mura stuck in Ethiopian camps."
Sigd Ethiopian Festivities at Petach Tikvah SchoolThe Sigd holiday of Ethiopian Jews was held 3 days early in Petach Tikva when the Education Minister attended celebrations at a school there.
Poll Shows Anti-Hareidi Bias in the WorkplaceA study shows that employers in several “elite” fields are biased against hareidi-religious, Ethiopians, Arabs.
Last-Minute Solution to Petach Tikva School CrisisThe Education Ministry, the city of Petach Tikva, and local schools have reached a last-minute deal to absorb 100 immigrant pupils.
No Immigrants? No Funding, Semi-Private Schools ToldSemi-private schools that refused to take in immigrants from Ethiopia may lose their funding, as the Education Ministry rejects compromise deal.
Shomron: We'll be Glad to Take Ethiopian Kids from Petach TikvaThe struggle in Petah Tikva over where to enroll 50 young immigrants in school has revealed deeper issues involved in immigrant absorption.