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Israel’s Rejection of Ukrainian Refugees Shows That It’s the Darkness Unto the Nations

When war refugees are stopped at Israel’s airport, deported or required to deposit huge sums they don’t have in order to taste freedom and security, it’s clear that something in Israel’s moral compass is warped

Gideon Levy
Gideon Levy
Gideon Levy
Gideon Levy

The country that did the most to look after its citizens in Ukraine, and the Jews there, is also the country that shut its gates – and to a certain extent its heart – to all the other victims.

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