• 1. Follow-up report, Issues of Aliya Entitlement of the Falash Mura, Israel Association for Ethiopian Jews, 2008(in Hebrew): j9llr8a
  • 2. Aspects of Integration Advancement of Ethiopian Israelis—Fundamental Management Flaws of the National Program, State Comptroller’s Report, 2008 (in Hebrew): 926efbcf-6853-4c93-8154-2844c658d9aa/7917.pdf
  • 3.
  • 4. Most interviews and WhatsApp conversations were conducted in Amharic.


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