Bring the Ethiopian Jews home
WHO ARE THE LAST JEWS OF ETHIOPIA?
The last Jews of Ethiopia are often referred to as the Falash Mura. These Jews were forced to live like Christianitons under pressure in the late 19th and early 20th century, but since returned to their Jewish faith and yearn to come and live in the Jewish state of Israel.
2. The Costs
The Plight of the Last Jews of Ethiopia: Poverty
The Jews of Ethiopia are living in extreme poverty. They eat only one meal a day, if that. Most of them live in tiny, one-room mud huts with no sanitation. If they have food to cook, they prepare it on a coal or wood fire. As many as 100 people share a single bathroom.
Watch this video to learn more about the financial situation of the last Jews of Ethiopia.
3. The Process
How You Can Help: Bring the Last Jews of Ethiopia Home
There are many ways to help the last Jews of Ethiopia, from giving much-needed funds to support their daily living, to providing financial assistance to help them move to Israel, to protesting the government by signing our petition to bring the last Jews of Ethiopia back to Israel
4. The Results