What made Canada recognize Jewish refugees from Arab countries?
'The narrative that somehow only Palestinians have been victims of the conflict has to be challenged,' says Jewish leader.
As a Jew growing up in Iraq, Gladys Daoud had an ordinary life. Her father served in the Iraqi army as a colonel and had a medical practice in Baghdad. Her childhood was relatively happy and uneventful — until 1948. Once the establishment of the State of Israel disrupted the equilibrium in the Middle East, Iraq, like many other Arab countries, began persecuting its once-equal Jewish...
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