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Around the Globe: Ethiopia

Shira Yehudit Djlilmand

Today, we’re headed for a country full of mountains, rivers — and coffee. All strapped up and ready to visit Ethiopia?

 

Silent Messages — Part 2: You know another language! Only you’re not speaking it…

Rochel Gellman

You walk into your house and your mother is standing at the entrance of the kitchen with her arms crossed… What does it mean?? The “Hows” of nonverbal communication and body language.

 

Mishpacha Junior Speaks to an Ethiopian Immigrant

Shira Yehudit Djalilmand

“Leah” is a member of the Beta Israel, the Ethiopian tribe claiming Jewish descent. Today, she is grown-up and lives in Eretz Yisrael as a Torah-observant Jew. Mishpacha Junior asked her about her childhood inEthiopia.



 
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