How did Jews get to Ethiopia?
Nobody knows for sure, but there are some opinions that they went with the queen of Sheba in the time of King Solomon.
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Ethiopia is on the Horn of Africa, but not quite on the east coast of Africa. Its neighboring countries are Sudan, Somalia, Djibouti, Kenya and Eritrea. To see a close-up m…ap of the Horn of Africa - which shows Ethiopia in relationship to its neighboring countries - see the Related Link. Eastern Africa.
Ethiopia is a country in the Horn of Africa. It is one of the oldest countries in the world dating back more than 3000 years, the birth place of coffee, one of the few countri…es that was never colonized, mentioned in the bible about 45 times and home of Lucy - the oldest full human fossil ever discovered.
Clothes, tea, coffee, food, and oils are some major imported products to Ethiopia.
Yes,Ethiopia is so poor some people have to run around naked.
I think that Ethiopia was found accually im talking about addis abeba it was found in 1886. hope that answers your quetion.
426,371 square miles
According to data the last three times statistics were available, Adherents.com shows the Jewish population in Ethiopia as follows: (1959) 32,000 - (1990) 14,000 - (1998) 500…. There is either no available data for 2009 or the stats are now negligible to none.
donations give muny wells food water pump
1935-1936, right before the WWII by Italy
There are almost alot of shops of the same things here in America but just not the best quality :]]
The dominant culture in Ethiopia I believe is the Amharic culture although the Oromo people outnumber them. The main religion is Ethiopian Christianity, followed by Sunni Isla…m.
No one 'discovered' Ethiopia. People may indeed have been created there. The country is the oldest in Africa, having been known as a country at least since 1,000 BC. It was t…he home of the Queen of Sheba at that time.
Sadly, no. Some Ethiopian Jews remain in Ethiopia.