Category Archives: Human Rights

Israel grants asylum to persecuted Iranian journalist

World Israel News August 6, 2017 An Iranian journalist threatened with the death penalty in her home country has found refuge in Israel.  Iranian Nada Amin, a journalist whom the Islamic Republic is persecuting for her views, has been granted … Continue reading

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Watch – Dr. Stanley Urman

Dr. Stanley Urman, Executive Vice-President and Co-Founder of New York-based Justice for Jews From Arab Countries (JJAC), spoke to Speakers Action Group at a Business Lunch Lecture on November 22, 2012: “Middle East Refugees: Facts and Fiction” **** Dr. Stanley … Continue reading

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MK urges Arab League to admit ethnic cleansing

Jpost – Diplomacy and Politics By GABRIELLA TZVIA WEINIGER/ June 20, 2013 On the United Nations World Refugee Day, MK Shimon Ohayon (Likud Beytenu) called on the Arab League to “own up to its role in the ethnic cleansing of … Continue reading

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G-d’s Nudge

By Rabbi Jonathan Sacks First in Yitro there were the aseret hadibrot, the “ten utterances” or general principles. Now in Mishpatim come the details. Here is how they begin: If you buy a Hebrew servant, he is to serve you … Continue reading

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Shimon Ohayon Calls on the Arab League to Accept Responsibility for the Jewish Refugees from Arab Lands

Yisrael Beytenu Published on: June 20, 2013 On the date of the United Nations World Refugee Day, Member of Knesset Shimon Ohayon (Yisrael Beytenu) has called on the Arab League to accept responsibility for the exodus of Jews from countries … Continue reading

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The Forgotten Jewish Refugees From Arab States

Robert Ivker • Spring 2008 In February 2008, Israeli and Palestinian negotiators were discussing “core issues” of the Middle East conflict: the status of Jerusalem, the building of Jewish settlements in the West Bank, and the “right of return” for … Continue reading

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JIMENA CAMPAIGN

International Rights and Redress Campaign for Jews from Arab Countries On two separate occasions the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) ruled that Jews fleeing Arab countries were ‘bona fide’ refugees who fall within the mandate of  (the UNHCR) … Continue reading

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