List of Israeli Ethiopian Jews

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This is a list of notable Israeli Ethiopian Jews, including both original immigrants who obtained Israeli citizenship and their Israeli descendants.

Although traditionally the term "Ethiopian Jews" was used as an all encompassing term referring to the Jews descended from the Jewish communities of Ethiopia, due to the melting pot affect of the Israeli society, the term "Ethiopian Jews" gradually becomes more vague as many of the Israeli descendants of the Beta Israel immigrants gradually adopt the characteristics of the Israeli culture and as more descendents intermarry with descendants of other Jewish communities.

The list is ordered by category of human endeavor. Persons with significant contributions in two fields are listed in both of the pertinent categories, to facilitate easy lookup.

Religious figures[edit]

Priests[edit]

Rabbis[edit]

  • Rabbi Yosef Hadane - the Ethiopian Chief Rabbi.[3]
  • Rabbi Sharon Shalom - a lecturer in Jewish ritual and tradition at Bar Ilan University in Israel. Is the rabbi of Ashkenazi synagogue in the town of Kiryat Gat.[4]
  • Rabbi Yefet Alemu (b. 1961) - In 1980, he left his small village in Ethiopia to go to Israel. He was arrested in Addis Ababa and escaped from prison. He arrived in the Gondar region and then set out walking to Sudan. There he met a Jewish Red Cross director who arranged for him to fly on one of the Israeli-organized secret flights to Israel. In Israel he studied and became a nurse. He was accepted by the Schechter Institute and after 6 years of hard work, he received a BA, MA, and his rabbinical ordination.[5]

Athletes[edit]

Association football[edit]

  • Shai Biruk (born 15 February 1984) - soccer player.
  • Ziv Caveda (born 10 December 1978) - soccer player.
  • The brothers Baruch (born 26 March 1981) and Messay Dego (born 15 February 1986) - both are Israeli soccer players.
  • Amiya Taga (born 1 February 1985) - soccer player.
  • Yehiel Tzagai (born 27 January 1983) - soccer player.
  • Kfir Zokol (born 31 July 1982) - soccer player.

Runners[edit]

Knesset members[edit]

Shlomo Molla, former member of the Knesset for the Kadima party.
  • Adisu Massala (born 16 June 1961) – former Israeli politician of the Labour party and later One Nation. Massala was the first Ethiopian-Israeli to serve in the Knesset.
  • Shlomo Molla (born 21 November 1965) – an Israeli politician and former member of the Knesset for the Kadima party.
  • Rabbi Mazor Bahaina (born 12 September 1973) – from Beersheba, studied at Yeshivat Porat Yosef, one of the most prestigious Sephardi yeshivot in Israel. Bahaina is a member of the Shas party and a former knesset member.
  • Aleli Admasu (born 1963) - an Israeli politician and former member of the Knesset for the Likud party.[6]
  • Pnina Tamano-Shata (born 1977) - a lawyer, Israeli politician and former member of the Knesset for the Yesh Atid. former journalist in Channel 1 and the first Ethiopian-Israeli presenter.[7]
  • Shimon Solomon (born 1968) - an Israeli politician and former member of the Knesset for Yesh Atid
  • Avraham Neguise - one of Israel's most prominent Ethiopian Activists and a member of the South Wing to Zion. His struggle, with the support of many other Ethiopian-Israelis has resulted in the Israeli government continuing to bring the last 23,000 Ethiopian Jews from Ethiopia; though the Israeli government has set a quota of 300 Jews per month, half of what they agreed to under pressure from Negussie, NACOEJ and the United Jewish Communities. He is a member of the Knesset for the Likud party.

Activists[edit]

Military officers[edit]

Cultural figures[edit]

Actors[edit]

Musicians[edit]

Writers[edit]

  • Omri Teg'Amlak Avera (born 1977) - Israeli Writer. Named "the first Ethiopian Writer" for his book "אסתרי" ("Asterai").[31]
  • Shai Amit - Author.
  • Abraham Adgeh - Israeli Writer. His books "המסע אל החלום" ("The journey to the dream"), "עם הפנים קדימה" ("Facing forward") and the futuring novel "אלמז" ("Almaz" - Amharic for "Diamond").[32]
  • Asefu Baro - Israeli female writer, poet and academic.[33]
  • Tsega Melaku -politician, author, journalist, community activist and former director of Kol Yisrael's Reshet Alef ("Network A")[15]

Journalists[edit]

Fashion[edit]

Education[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  30. ^ Nadav Haber, Teddy Aklilu passed away, Kedma, 12 December 2005 (Hebrew)
  31. ^ Omri Teg`Amlak Avera
    הבשורה על פי אומרי
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  39. ^ Israel's Foreign Affairs Ministry Names First Ethiopian Jewish Ambassador
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  52. ^ Israel's First Ethiopian Fashion Designer
  53. ^ מרכז ההיגוי של יוצאי אתיופיה
  54. ^ Memo to U.S. Jews: Ethiopians are part of Jewish heritage, too