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KIBBUTZ TLALIM, ISRAEL - MAY 31: (ISRAEL OUT) An Ethiopian Jewish immigrant boy does his Hebrew homework in his family's new home on May 31, 2007 at Kibbutz Tlalim, southern Israel. Some 2,500 Ethiopians of Jewish origin remain in the East African country as Israel slowly brings them over, a few dozen at a time, on commercial flights. Since 1984, more than 73,000 Ethiopian Jews have been settled in Israel. (Photo by Uriel Sinai/Getty Images)

KIBBUTZ TLALIM, ISRAEL - MAY 31: (ISRAEL OUT) An Ethiopian Jewish immigrant boy does his Hebrew homework in his family's new home on May 31, 2007 at Kibbutz Tlalim, southern Israel. Some 2,500 Ethiopians of Jewish origin remain in the East African country as Israel slowly brings them over, a few dozen at a time, on commercial flights. Since 1984, more than 73,000 Ethiopian Jews have been settled in Israel. (Photo by Uriel Sinai/Getty Images)