Around 80 Ethiopian Jews have just arrived in Israel. They are part of the Israeli government’s commitment to bringing more than 1000 Ethiopians to Israel in the coming months.
Immigration to Israel (Aliyah)
A group of 82 Ethiopian-Jews landed in Israel on Monday, the first of about 1,000 to be allowed to immigrate to the country as part of an October 2018 cabinet decision. The community currently numbers close to 9,000 and is concentrated mainly in Addis Ababa and Gondar, the imperial city at the center of the country’s… Read more »
The signs clearly say, as so many rabbis and experts have confirmed, that we are living in prophetic times preceding the messiah. 2018 saw a host of “End of Days” events and predictions actualized. In January, snow fell on the Sahara – the world’s hottest desert – paralleling prophecies of Isaiah. In May, President Trump… Read more »
Yom Ha’aliyah is an Israeli national holiday acknowledging immigration to Israel as a core value of the Jewish state, and to honor the ongoing contributions of Olim, “immigrants,” to Israeli society. The last verse in the Tanakh calls upon the Jewish people to ascend to Eretz Yisrael. After decades of Babylonian rule, Persian king Cyrus,… Read more »
Yesterday, people took to the polls in one of the most divisive – yet critical – elections in the Brazil’s checkered history. Extreme right-wing candidate Joao Bolsonaro was leading the polls heading into the plebiscite. Approximately 120,000 Jews live in Brazil and the country is witnessing an exodus like never before.