VIDEO: Remembering Expulsion of Jews from Arab Countries
Jewish Refugees Middle East

On November 30, Israel marks the expulsion of  850,000 Jews from Arab countries.

One day after the UN endorsed the 1947 Partition Plan, Arab states began taking the first punitive measures against their Jewish populations. Over a period of years, Israel absorbed more than 850,000 Jewish refugees from Arab countries fleeing pogroms, discrimination and expulsions.

Some of the Jewish communities had existed for 3,000 years.

Dr. Emmanuel Navon discusses the fallacy of Palestinians calling themselves “refugees” and why the world must remember the Jewish refugees.


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