Opinion Fleeing Brutality and Genocide, I Was Sure in Israel, Anne Frank’s People Wouldn’t Deny Us Refuge

I first met Anne Frank in a makeshift library in an Ethiopian refugee camp. When I hear how refugee friends who left Israel for Rwanda have been trafficked, enslaved or drowned, I ask: Does Israel remember her message?

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