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The Forgotten Refugees

One of the biggest barriers to Arab-Israeli reconciliation is the unresolved issue of compensation for Jewish refugees who fled Arab countries in the 1940s and ’50s. A new study explores how the compensation demand arose, then fell into obscurity. If … Continue reading

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Stanley Urman, “Palestinian Refugees and Jewish Refugees from Arab lands, Same or Different?”

Published on Jun 15, 2015 This talk was sponsored by ISGAP, The Institute for the Study of Global antisemitism at McGill University, Apr 20, 2015, “Jewish Refugees from Arab Countries: A Case Study in Discrimination” Dr. Stanley Urman dissects the … Continue reading

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