Rioting in the streets of Baghdad, circa 1930. No monetary compensation has been granted by Israeli courts, in the context of the Victims of Nazi Persecution Law, to victims of the Farhud. From "Remember Baghdad" (2016)

The Jews Who Survived Baghdad's 'Kristallnacht' and Their Struggle to Be Recognized as Nazi Victims

Survivors are appealing a decision not to recognize connection between Nazi incitement and the 1941 pogrom that killed 179

“The Kristallnacht of the Iraqi Jews” is what the Jews of Baghdad call the pogrom that swept their city 77 years ago, during the festival of Shavuot.

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