Jewish Refugees Have Lessons for Arabs

(New York Daily News) Richard Z. Chesnoff - By the 19th century, more than a quarter of Baghdad's population was Jewish, but in 1951 more than 130,000 Jews fled Iraqi. After 1948 some 600,000 Jews fled homes in Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Yemen, Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, Libya, Afghanistan, and Iran. You won't find any of these Arab Jews in refugee camps today.

2003-08-08 00:00:00

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