In the south of Israel in a remote area there is a group of 50 Tibetans who change every year. They come through a Israel/CTA programme to study and work in agriculture.

About ten Tibetans who are married to Israelis are living all over Israel.

The Office of Tibet

Tibetans in Israel come under the jurisdiction of The Office of Tibet in Delhi, India.

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This page was posted on 1 September 2013; last updated 3 September 2013.

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