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November 10, 1989 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-11-10

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I die, I will also get to see
my grandchildren who were
born in Addis Ababa after
we were brought to Israel
from the Sudanese refugee
camps." she said.
Up until now it has been
very rough for her children
who came to Addis from
Woggera, including her
married daughter, Woude
Tashome, who has four chil-
dren, and a son, Ayalew
Telele. A recent letter from
Aveve's son, which took two
months to arrive, said :
"Send me money — we have
nothing to eat and are in the
midst of a lot of problems.
Our health is fine, but we
know only to be farmers, so
there is no work for us in
Addis. Without a profession
we are lost. Don't send mon-
ey through the mail — it is
not allowed, and it gets
stolen."
Frequently, the matriarch
has wondered how she could
have come to Israel without
all of her children. The pain
of separation has taken a
heavy toll. "But now," she
says, " everything is going
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