For African migrants in Tel Aviv, Exodus is more than distant memory
Having crossed Sinai on their own tortuous routes to freedom, Eritrean and Sudanese migrants gathered for their own unique seder. Hardships continue in the Promised Land.
Persecution at the hands of a tyrant, the desperate flight from Egypt, the taxing trek through Sinai and the long-awaited entry into Israel. Habtom Okubu nods as he hears the familiar story − familiar because he has lived it.
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