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    The Jewish Refugees from Arab Countries

    The PowerPoint presentation below is from a lecture held by Prof. Ada Aharoni on the uprooting of the Jews from Arab countries in the mid 1900’s. She argues that the knowledge of this banishment, the “Second Exodus,” can be a strong element for the reconciliation and peace between Palestinians and Israelis. It would help both sides to discover their common history.

    PowerPoint presentation on the Jewish Refugees from Arab Countries


    4 Comments on “The Jewish Refugees from Arab Countries”

    1. Ada Aharoni says:

      Dear Solveig,
      Your summary of the PowerPoint above: THE UPROOTING OF JEWS FROM THE ARAB COUNTRIES IN THE MID TWENTIETH CENTURY, is so well done! it is accurate and to the point, and shows a deep understanding of the subject. Thank you very much.for explaining the main point – a new perspective toward peace between Palestinians and Israelis – so well.
      Prof. Ada Aharoni
      IFLAC Founding President

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    2. Ada says:

      Dear Solveig,

      Well done!

      Many thanks,

      Ada

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    3. selenedreams says:

      Justice comes hearing and listening to all voices and to feel the pain of individuals and a community. Justice is not blind, Justice is not deaf, Justice is not muzzled, justice hears, sees and speak its truth, that is all encompassing and full of .compassion, without compassion there is no justice what we have is JUST US or JUST ICE.

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