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TJFF and IJAO Present

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TJFF and IJAO Present

MA’ABAROT: THE ISRAELI TRANSIT CAMPS This is a must see movie! Watch it in your own Home – completely COVID-19 safe. Screening: Thursday Oct 29-Friday Oct 30 (TORONTO PREMIERE)Zoom Q&A: […]

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From Iraq to exodus: the flight of a country’s Jewish community

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From Iraq to exodus: the flight of a country’s Jewish community

by Holly Johnston ERBIL, Kurdistan Region —  Bertha Bekhor was 15 years old when a man knocked frantically at the door of her Baghdad home, on a warm June evening […]

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Ending the Humiliation (Vic Rosenthal)

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Ending the Humiliation (Vic Rosenthal)

 by Vic Rosenthal When the muhtasib or his agent comes to collect the jizya, he should stand the dhimmi in front of him, slap him on the side of the […]

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Former Miss Iraq: Arab-Israeli conflict ‘deeply rooted’ in anti-Semitism

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Former Miss Iraq: Arab-Israeli conflict ‘deeply rooted’ in anti-Semitism

At UN Human Rights Council, Sarah Idan calls out Iraqi government for not backing her after she got death threats for joint photo with Miss Israel By TOI staff A […]

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Why Have Transit Camps for Mizrahi Jews Been Written Out of Israeli History?

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Why Have Transit Camps for Mizrahi Jews Been Written Out of Israeli History?

In 1951, a quarter of a million people were living in what was known as ma’abarot, 80 percent of them from Islamic lands. Most of the camps were dismantled by […]

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How Iraqi Jews are Reclaiming their Cultural Legacy in Israel

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How Iraqi Jews are Reclaiming their Cultural Legacy in Israel

  By Pablo Jairo Tutillo Maldonado Last December, after Shabbat ended, I was walking near the Machane Yehuda, Jerusalem’s famous open-air market, when I saw people celebrating the beginning of […]

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With Jews largely gone from Iraq, memories survive in Israel

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With Jews largely gone from Iraq, memories survive in Israel

  By Maher Chmaytelli, Jeffrey Heller and Stephen Farrell   BAGHDAD/JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Behind the high concrete walls of Baghdad’s Jewish cemetery, Violette Saul lies at rest under a weathered […]

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Now-dispersed Iraqi Jewish community fights for access to its legacy

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Now-dispersed Iraqi Jewish community fights for access to its legacy

‘Why should someone’s diploma and grades be in a museum?’ With a stolen trove of historical documents slated for return to Baghdad, Jews from Iraq demand their personal effects back […]

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