Why North African Jews Are Missing From the Holocaust Narrative

Racism and stereotyping kept hidden the tale of North African Jewry during World War II. An Israeli scholar examines the topic's absence from local culture

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My grandfather was a very proud person. He uttered not a word about the Holocaust he endured in Libya; only once did I hear him talk about the renta, the reparations from Germany, which, by a cruel irony,...