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First Time: UN Hears from Jewish Refugees of Arab Lands

UN Watch Testifies Before UN Human Rights Council on Forgotten Refugees The history of Palestinian refugees deserves international attention. So does the history of one million Jewish refugees from the Arab-Israel conflict. Yet the United Nations has devoted countless resolutions and debates to only one side of this story, completely ignoring the other. For the… Keep Reading

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Legal Rights and Title of Sovereignty of the Jewish People to the Land of Israel and Palestine Under International Law

This article has been proven to cause “brain freeze” because it is so comprehensive and in-depth and as you read it, your brain freezes and then you have lay down on the floor in a fetal position and go to sleep. The good news is when you wake up, everything returns back to normal and… Keep Reading

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Jewish Remains Dug Up in Belarus

Workers rebuilding a sports stadium on the site of an 18th century Jewish cemetery in Belarus say they have no choice but to consign the bones to city dumps. “It’s impossible to pack an entire cemetery into sacks,” said worker Mikhail Gubets, adding that he stopped counting the skulls when the number went over 100.… Keep Reading

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Today In Jewish History

Sponsored by Aish: In 1492, Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand of Spain signed a decree expelling all Jews who refused to convert to Christianity. Tomas de Torquemada served as “Grand Inquisitor,” charged with uncovering those who continued to practice Judaism in secret (called Conversos or Marranos — “pigs”). In the ensuing Inquisition, an estimated 32,000… Keep Reading

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Come to Palestine

We are not ignorant about our Jewish history. The Arab Palestinians in 1948 are not the original citizens in the land, not by a long shot. In 1948 and in decades prior, just as Arabs were immigrating, so too were Jews. However, the Jews are indigenous to the land and were the first to build… Keep Reading

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