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Jakarta Post

The unspoken Mideast refugees: Jews

  • Harun Yahya

Istanbul   /   Fri, July 28 2017   /  12:59 am

Refugees are undoubtedly those who suffer most from the unabated wars and conflicts raging in the Middle East and various African countries. There are tens of millions of refugees from Syria, Iraq, Libya, Yemen and Afghanistan, leaving their homelands and dispersing throughout almost the entire world.

The tragedy of millions of Arab, Muslim or Christian refugees who have been forced to leave the countries they had lived in for hundreds of years, the homelands they were born and raised, have been on the global agenda particularly throughout the last decades. As a matter of fact, there is another downtrodden community in the Middle East, which has been suffering similar tragedies for a longer period of time. These are the forgotten and unknown refugees of the Middle East: Jews.

Since the end of World War I, almost all the Jews in Arab countries have been forced to migrate f...