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Israelis of Ethiopian origin march in Jerusalem to request the transfer of their relatives

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Jerusalem, Nov 25 (EFE / EPA) .- (Camera: Abir Sultan) A group of Ethiopian Jews marched on Wednesday towards the office of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, to ask the government to allow the Ethiopian Jews who are still in Ethiopia, the Falash Mura, to travel to Israel to meet their families.FOOTAGE OF THE PROTEST.

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