- January 29, 2010
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Israel brings 240 new Jewish immigrants to occupied Palestine
OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, — The Hebrew radio reported Wednesday that 240 Jewish immigrants arrived within the past 24 hours in Israel in the context of campaigns organized by some Zionist organizations to bring Jews from Latin America and Africa.
The broadcast said that the new immigrants came from their native cities in South America and Ethiopia to join thousands of Jews who was brought last year.
The immigrants will be sent to several centers before they are placed in settlement outposts.