The Ethiopian Jewish Exodus: Narratives of the Migration Journey to Israel 1977-1985

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APPENDIX

Biographical Data of Interviewees

Name

M/F

Area of origin

Village/ town

Education in Ethiopia (years)

Set out at the age of

Duration of trek (month/ week)

Time in Sudan (month/week)

Arrived in Israel

Type of residence in Israela

Interviewed on:

Date

Age

Years in Israel

Alamnesh

F

Gondar

Village

6

13

2w

24m

1984

Boarding

1987

18

3

Amos

M

Wolkite

Village

-

17

3.5m

2m

1980

Community

1984

20

3

Aryeh

M

Tigray

Village

-

10

1m

6m

1980

Boarding

1987

17

7

Avner

M

Gojjam

Town

?

14

1w

8m

1984

Boarding

1987

17

3

Baruch

M

Gondar

Village

6

13

3m

24m

1983

Boarding

1987

19

4

Berkulin

M

Tigray

Village

3

13

1.5m

24m

1983

Community

1984

16

1

Boaz

M

Gondar

Village

12

18

3w

1.5m

1980

Community

1988

26

8

Bossana

F

Tigray

Town

-

10

3m

18m

1983

Boarding

1986

15

3

Brehanu

M

Wolkite

Village

-

18

3.5m

2m

1980

Community

1984

20

3

Daniel

M

Gondar

Village

12

18

2w

5m

1984

Community

1988

24

4

Desta

M

Tigray

Village

7

14

6m

18m

1983

Community

1984

17

1

Devorah

F

Gondar

Village

-

13

2w

12m

1985

Boarding

1987

16

2

Elazar

M

Tigray

Village

?

30

1.5m

12m

1980

Community

1990

41

10

Elie

M

Gondar

Village

12

20

3w

9m

1984

Community

1988

25

4

Esther

F

Wolkite

Village

-

11

4m

5m

1981

Boarding

1987

17

6

Eyov

M

Gondar

Village

-

14

2m

24m

1984

Community

1985

17

1

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations viii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Note on Transliteration and Form xii
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - The Context of the Journey 16
  • 3 - Interviewing and Interpreting in Crosscultural Research 39
  • 4 - The Theme of Jewish Identity 60
  • 5 - The Theme of Suffering 87
  • 6 - The Theme of Bravery and Inner Strength 120
  • 7 - The Impact of the Journey 152
  • 8 - Ethiopian Jews Encounter Israel 180
  • Concluding Remarks 199
  • Appendix 203
  • Notes 206
  • Bibliography 225
  • Index 247
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