A chance to right a historical wrong
December 11, 2020
(JNS) — Some 850,000 Jews have been deported from Arab countries and Iran, but their stories are not heard in E.U. meetings and their photos cannot be found hanging in exhibitions in the corridors of the United Nations. Their names are not mentioned in the thousands of U.N. resolutions of recent decades, and the international community has not earmarked an annual date to mark their plight.
The United Nations may see them as “negligible” refugees — but we do not. After their failure to prevent the establishment of the State of Israel, and as part of the Arab outrage after the Nov. 29...