The activist, who protested the 2019 police killing of an Ethiopian Israeli teen, provided documentation proving the officer pushed her before she slapped him
Plan, which sought to address systemic racism in policing, sees dwindling applications and only 23 pardons granted since the plan's inception
A surge was predicted when it appeared that Israel was managing COVID-19 infection rates more effectively than other Western countries, but it never materialized
'In the Ethiopian community, talented and educated people apply for management positions and are rejected,' says coordinator of the Justice Ministry’s National Anti-Racism Unit
Israel doesn't consider Ethiopians of Jewish lineage as Jewish under religious law, but permits them to enter the county under a family-unification program that requires special government approval
'I devoted years to bringing your parents here, and this is what we get from you. You should be ashamed,' anti-Netanyahu protest leader says in a clip seen on Channel 12 news
'The message we wanted to convey was: ‘We are here and you can’t do what you want to our children,' says Shula Mola, a founder of the Ethiopian Israeli mothers’ group
A transcript published by Yedioth Ahronoth features an Ethiopian worker saying that Sara Netanyahu forbade workers of Ethiopian origin from approaching the family's laundered clothes, saying they have 'germs'
Identifying with George Floyd is easy, says Shula Mola, a founder of the Association of Ethiopian Jews. White Israelis should confront the institutionalized racism at home, even at the anti-Netanyahu protests
Thirty-four immigrants are third group to come since coronavirus struck
Demonstrators march from the site of the fatal shooting that led to 18-year-old Solomon Teka's death to a police station, alongside his family, chanting slogans against police brutality and calling the cop a 'murderer'
Protesters taunt police officer charged with 2019 killing of Solomon Teka
Forecasts presented by Pnina Tamano-Shata at Knesset committee differ substantially from those of Jewish Agency
Their arrival comes days after the swearing in as immigration minister of Pnina Tamano-Shata, the first Ethiopian-born member of the Israeli cabinet
Spiritual leaders of the Jewish Ethiopian community were denied equal funding by local religious councils, and have been fighting in court since 1992
Tatiana Khaikin and Mastwell Alaza were both killed in recent weeks; in one case the partner has been arrested, in the other he confessed. Why are these cases falling through the cracks?
Aliyah and Coronavirus: 24 New Immigrants From U.S. Land in Israel, While Flight From Ethiopia Canceled
The first group of immigrants to arrive in Israel during the coronavirus outbreak lands safely and is sent to quarantine: ‘Complete strangers [left] piles of supplies stocked outside our door just waiting for us to come home’
Kahol Lavan defector Gadi Yevarkan said he brought the community along with him to Likud – but the youth are with Gantz's party, former colleague says
Subordinates of Chief Lt. Shai Mizrahi made racist comments about a detainee of Ethiopian descent in a work WhatsApp group
The attorney general opposed the move on suspicion that the initiative was a campaign ploy to win Ethiopian Israelis votes for Likud in the upcoming election
Justices order suspension of committee work aimed at reviewing the handling of complaints about a Justice Ministry unit that probes complaints of police misconduct
Netanyahu suddenly decided that bringing a large group of Falashmura just before the election was exactly what was needed to boost Likud votes from the Ethiopian Israeli community
Mayor of Petah Tikva, where the boy lives, and Ethiopian-born former MK Gadi Yevarkan made the request on behalf of the father, who is raising the boy alone
The Israeli boy’s Ethiopian father, who has sole custody, has been denied permanent residency, and his son has been offered to stay in the country alone
Education minister demands the woman, who regularly attends protests against police brutality and racial profiling, be called in for clarifications
'Violence, demonstrations and the media don’t influence the court,' says judge as trial of policeman charged with negligent homicide begins
Judge vows 'trial will take place in an orderly manner' amid media frenzy and popular unrest sparked by accusations of racist bias
Attorney general opposes establishment of committees, arguing it may 'appear to be motivated by election campaign interests'