The Forgotten Refugees the mainstream media will never tell you about

In 1948, the year Israel was declared a state, 265,000 Jews lived in Morocco, 150,000 in Iraq, 140,000 in Algeria, 100,000 in Egypt, 100,000 in Tunisia, 55,000 in Lebanon, 40,000 in Libya, 30,000 in Syria, and thousands more throughout the Middle East and Northern Africa, for a grand total of 880,000.

Shortly thereafter, over 850,000 Jews were expelled from the very countries they called home.

The Arab League rejected the establishment of the State of Israel and ultimately decided to force out the absolute majority of Jews from their countries.

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