Who's Responsible for Disappearance of 1,000 Children in Israel? Inquiry Fails to Say
The Kedmi panel that investigated the disappearance of Yemenite children in the nascent State of Israel did not take seriously the allegations that they were abducted and avoided casting responsibility on state institutions.
The report of the state commission of inquiry that dealt with the disappearance of children of new immigrants from Yemen during Israel’s early years is framed in legal language. The manner in which the...
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