‘Weaponizing the Mizrahim’ Why Reparation Claims by Jews Who Fled Arab Countries Could Derail U.S. Peace Plan

Jews who were forced to leave countries such as Iraq, Morocco and Egypt in 1948 have waged a long battle to receive compensation for their lost homes and possessions — but how did that become a stumbling block in any final status accord with the Palestinians?

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Israel’s Supreme Court rejected an appeal last month by a group of Iraqi Jews demanding to be recognized as victims of the Nazis.