Ethiopian Israeli religious leaders will now be able to provide a wide range of religious services to members of their community via local religious councils, according to recommendations published on Wednesday by a special government committee. >> Why isn't Netanyahu willing to bring all the Ethiopian Jews to Israel? The panel, whose members included kesim, rabbis, representatives of the Ethiopian community, heads of religious councils and representatives of various government ministries, will also monitor implementation of its recommendations. Keep updated: Sign up to our newsletter Email * Please enter a valid email address Sign up Please wait… Thank you for signing up. CloseThe committee decided that kesim will be able to conduct religious ceremonies on holidays, the pre-burial portion of funerals and mourning and purification rituals.
Source: Ethiopian News November 08, 2018 02:15 UTC