To be honest, I think the number of Ethiopians pale in comparison with Russians for instance (whom many of the mothers and grandparents are converts to Judaism). But for me, I still think it is hypocritical that Ethiopians, even if they have a small genetic connection to the Israelites, can immigrate but Palestinian inhabitants cannot. I mean a study has found that up to 50% of Europe has Middle Eastern genes. Does that mean that they are eligible to migrate to the Middle East and displace its inhabitant population? Of course not. (more specifically, they have found 25% of the people in the British isles have some genetic connection with Syria, does that mean they are allowed to migrate to Syria and establish an Anglo-Syria state and displace the inhabitant population? Of course not). Moreoever, many of the countries that were subjected to the Crusade invasion have found that there is some genetic link to Europeans. Does that mean that they are eligible to migrate to Europe displace the inhabitant population? Of course not.
Again the entire notion of migrating to the promised ‘land’ is embedded in religion, which I do not regard as fact and do not regard it as moral. I’m sorry but it has no basis in politics. That does not mean let’s ban them from entering the region all together, of course not, but the ‘3000 years ago my ancestors were these and these people, so I’m going back based on this and religious reasons even though the inhabitant population has been displaced’.