Finally Recognized as Holocaust Survivors, Algerian Jews Recount Their Persecution by the Nazis

'The further we get away from the events, I think there’s the greater possibility of Holocaust revisionism,' one survivor says

Judy Maltz
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Meir Zenoude sitting in his home in Netanya.
Meir Zenoude. “We were stateless and people would say to us, 'Why do you even care? There isn’t going to be any Jewish community left here in Algeria.'”Credit: Moti Milrod