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

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INDEX

a
AAEJ 54
Abba Mahari 63 , 64
absorption centres:
in Israel 185-6 , 188
acculturation 6
Addis Ababa:
opening of Israeli embassy 33
adolescents 22 , 23 t, 56 , 58 ;
assisting others on journey 129 ;
and concept of gobez122 ;
confronting of death for first time 110-11 ;
experience in Sudanese refugee camps 112-13 ;
and Israeli educational system 189 ;
and leadership 148-51 ;
personal growth and development 166-71 ;
psychological problems of trauma 164-5 ;
and readiness for change 166-7 ;
and separation 87-9 , 91-2 , 99 ;
suffering inflicted on by Sudanese 80-1 ;
and trauma 155 ;
see also children
Africa 196
agriculture 17-18
Alamnesh 80-l , 113 , 149 , 203
aliya107 , 116 , 143 , 197
Alliance Israelite Universelle 30
Allport, G.W. 40
Almog, O. 184 , 197
Amhara 64 , 68 , 120-1 , 122 , 136
Amos 79 , 134-6 , 203
Angola 196-7
Armatch'ho region 94-5 , 101-2
Aryeh 97 , 125 , 131 , 142-3 , 147-8 , 203
Aschieri, Lucien 196
ashangolit21
Ashkenazi Jews 197
Asmara training college 31 , 32
assimilation 6
Avner 104 , 203
Avraham, Kess 64

b
Baker, Ron 12
Barthes, Roland 196
Baruch 65 , 69 , 83 , 84 , 91 , 93 , 94 , 105 , 113 , 124 , 170-1 , 203
basket-weaving 20
Basso, Rosanna 196
beer-making 19
Begin, Menachem 183
Belgian Trans European Airlines 36
Ben-Gurion, David 182-3
Berkulin 203
Bertaux, Daniel 14
Beta Israel 3 , 121 ;
ethnography 16-32 ;
life cycle of 21-4
Bettelheim, Bruno:
The Informed Heart154
Between Two Cultures9
Bilu, Yoram 41-2
black skin colour 1 , 187 , 191
blacksmiths 18 , 28
Boaz 75 , 77-8 , 94 , 134 , 146 , 203
body language, when narrating a traumatic event 157-8
Bossana 203
boys:
role expectations 171
bravery and inner strength 3 , 70 , 120-51 ;
and concept of gobez120-3 , 128 , 133 , 140 , 171 ;
courage and heroism 124 , 132-7 , 146-8 ;
during escape from Sudan 147-8 ;
endurance and determination 128-32 , 140 ;
on journey 128-40 ;
leadership 148-51 ;
myth of in Israel 183-5 , 191 ;
resourcefulness 121-2 , 126-8 , 137-40 , 141-6 ;
in setting out phase 123-8 ;
in Sudan 140-51
Brehanu 132 , 139 , 152 , 99-100 , 203
Bruner, Jerome 40
buda28, 65 , 67 , 71 , 80 , 107

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