September 14, 2006
Post-war belt-tightening: Israel could cut Falash Mura dreams in half
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"It seems to me they don't know what they're doing," Avraham Neguise, director of South Wing to Zion, an Ethiopian Israeli advocacy and aid group, said of the Israeli government.
"It's just Jewish abuse," Neguise said. The Falash Mura "are in a tough situation, the government took a decision, told them that by the end of 2007 they would bring everyone, and they continue to live there in difficult circumstances. Instead of accelerating the pace, they are going backward. It's total disregard for the community."
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