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WOJAC and the Palestinian problem
In November 1975, the World Organisation ( WOJAC ) established by Mr. Mordechai Ben-Porat, held its first conference in Paris. Before I left for Paris to attend that conference, I telephoned the State Department in Washington in order to exchange some views regarding the Palestinian refugees and their comparison to a similar number of Jews who had to leave Arab countries. more

Iraq- The way ahead For thousands of years water has been the strength of Mesopotamia. The land of the Twin Rivers was the cradle of civilisation and the home of powerful empires. The result was aggression on weak neighbours, alternately being the prey of other predators. History has demonstrated that peace in the region will only prevail if Iraq is brought under control. more

The Palestinian Intifada- A high-profile conference of political/military leaders met a year ago to discuss the on-going Israeli-Palestinian conflict. today's conflict is not an "Intifada" - a popular uprising - but a pre-meditated war; chapter two of the Palestinian war of independence. The aim is to create a hostile state for which the 1967 or even 1948 borders mean nothing. Palestinians today speak of reversing the results of 1948 and of absorbing Jordan. more

The search for weapons of mass destruction more

Look after the pennies, and the pounds will run more

Where did we go wrong?- Israel is accused of occupying Arab land, and of persecuting and oppressing Palestinian Arabs. What are the facts? more

The Forgotten Exodus; Jewish Refugees from Arab Lands- U.S. Rep. Frank Pallone, Jr. (D-NJ) gave the following statement on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday, May 7, 2003. more

Many Iraqi Arabs are saying that the sufferings of the country and its people are due to the hoba (guilt) for having badly treated the Jews. This is the superstitious way of looking at it. more

Memories by Renee Dangoor: on the kindness of Clark Gable and the good job of Prince Charles more

Why I don’t read the Jewish Chronicle? more

Jews of Iraq at the Crossroads, To be or not to be?
Israel has sent an emissary to Baghdad asking the 30 remaining Jews to leave for Israel, but The Exilarch’s Foundation has plans and funds to revive Jewish settlement in Iraq and intends to purchase houses in a suitable area in the capital to provide accommodation for those Jews who intend to go to Baghdad more




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