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Dummy Post for “A Long Way Home”

Rudolf van Neijhof - 1 January 1970


They too have a lot to bring up to standard now that they are building a new life in Israel. Ethiopia and Israel may not be so far apart as the crow flies, as far as culture and the standard of education is concerned, there is a difference like night and day | Photo by Anna Kaplan/ Flash90


Studying. English may be spoken throughout the world, Hebrew is the official language here. And you start at the back – Hebrew is read and written from right to left | Photo by Nati Shohat/Flash90


Home! Family embracing you. Tears of happiness. Reunited with the people you love and the country you dreamed of | Photo by Moshe Shai/Flash90
**maariv and agencies out**


New French immigrants seen crowd to get their new Israeli ID distributed at the Ramada Hotel in Jerusalem, after a ceremony welcoming them to Israel, on July 17, 2014. Four hundred French immigrants landed in Israel yesterday and gathered at the hotel to receive their Israeli ID’s before going off to start their new lives. Photo by Hadas Parush/Flash90


Ethiopian Falash Mura arrive at the Ben Gurion airport, outside Tel Aviv on August 28, 2013. Some 450 new immigrants from Ethiopia were brought to Israel as part of the ‘Operation Wings of Dove ’ operation launched three years agoby the Jewish Agency to bring the remaining Falash Mura – Ethiopian Jews whose ancestors were forced to convert to Christianity – to Israel. Photo by Miriam Alster/Flash90.




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