Ethiopian People by Ethnic or National Origin: Ethiopian Armenians, Ethiopian Jews, Ethiopians of Italian Descent, Beta Israel, Abatte Barihun

 
9781157827672: Ethiopian People by Ethnic or National Origin: Ethiopian Armenians, Ethiopian Jews, Ethiopians of Italian Descent, Beta Israel, Abatte Barihun
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 118. Not illustrated. Chapters: Ethiopian Armenians, Ethiopian Jews, Ethiopians of Italian Descent, Beta Israel, Abatte Barihun, Italians of Ethiopia, Eldad Ha-Dani, Qemant, Luciano Violante, Francesco de Martini, Yehiel Tzagai, Shai Biruk, Sirak M. Sabahat, Amiya Taga, Rosa Dainelli, Baruch Dego, Adisu Massala, Ayala Ingedashet, Shlomo Molla, Esti Mamo, Asher Isso, Luciano Vassalo, Ziv Caveda, Meskie Shibru-Sivan, Kfir Zokol, Mazor Bahaina, Messay Dego, Italo Vassalo, Raphael Hadane, Yona Bogale, Alexander Boghossian, Arba Lijoch, Abba Sabra, Beit Avraham, Abba Saga. Excerpt: Judaism The historical region of Beta IsraelBeta Israel (Hebrew: - Beta Israel, Ge'ez: - Bta 'Isr'l, modern Bte 'Isr'l, "Betä srael", "House of Israel") also known as Ethiopian Jews (Hebrew: , Yehudei Atiopia, Ge'ez: " ", "ye-Ityoppya Ayhudi", "the Jews of Ethiopia"), are the names of Jewish communities which lived in the area of Aksumite and Ethiopian empires (Habesh or Abyssinia), nowadays divided between Amhara and Tigray Regions. Other terms by which the community have been known include Falasha (Ge'ez: "Exiles"), Buda (Ge'ez: "Evil eye"), Kayla (Agaw language spoken by them), Tebiban ("possessor of secret knowledge"), Attenkun (Ge'ez: "Don't touch us") which is considered derogatory and the Hebrew Habashim, associated with the non-Jews Habesha people (Abyssinians). Nearly all of the Ethiopian Beta Israel community, comprising more than 120,000 people, reside in Israel under its Law of Return, which gives Jews and those with Jewish parents or grandparents, and all of their spouses, the right to settle in Israel and obtain citizenship. The Israeli government has mounted rescue operations, most notably during Operation Moses (1984) and Operation Solomon (1991), for their migration when civil war and famine threatened populations within Ethiopia. Some immi...

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