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16.2.2017. 23:33
Izgubljeno židovsko pleme
 
These incredible photos show members of an Indian-Jewish ‘lost tribe’ moving to Israel

Ova nevjerojatna slika pokazuje članove indijansko-židovskog "izgubljenog plemena" kako dolaze u Izrael.

One hundred and two members of the Jewish community in India, who trace their heritage to one of Israel’s lost tribes, are moving to Israel this week.  The immigrants, who hail from the northeastern Indian state of Mizoram — home to the second largest concentration of the country’s Bnei Menashe community, as they are called — will arrive in Israel on Tuesday and Thursday. The move is being facilitated by Shavei Israel, a nonprofit that seeks  to connect “lost” and “hidden” Jews to the Jewish state.

Radi se o  odlasku u Izrael 102 člana Židovske zajednice u Indiji, koji vode  nasljeđe od jednog od Izraelskih "izgubljenih plemena". Imigranti  su živjeli u najsjevernijoj indijskoj državi Mizoram, gdje se nalazi dom za  drugu najveću koncentraciju Bnei Menache zajednice. Selidba je pomognuta od " Shavei Israel,"  neprofitne organizacija koja omogućava  kontakte sa Izraeloskom državom  za  "izgubljene" ili "sakrivene " Židove.

Grupa namjerava živjeti u gradu  Nazareth Illit,  gdje su se već naselili drugi članovi njihove zajednice. Oko 3.000 Bnei Menashe su imigrirali u Izrael posljednjih godina , a u Indiji je ostalo još 7.000.


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“After 27 centuries of exile, this lost tribe of Israel is truly coming home,” said Shavei Israel founder Michael Freund. “But we will not rest until all the remaining Bnei Menashe still in India are able to make aliyah as well.”

In December, as they have in years past, thousands of members of the Bnei Menashe community gathered to celebrate Hanukkah in the town of Churachandpur, in the northeastern state of Manipur.