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Sudan’s ‘genocide’ lands at Israel’s door

Shlomo Reisman remembers vividly from his childhood the visage of Jewish refugee kids after World War II. They sneaked into pre-state Israel illegally, defying a ban by the British authorities. “They came here without anything,” says Mr. Reisman. “Without underwear, in shorts, with torn shoes.” Now, a new group of refugees is slipping into the country illegally – a mix of Muslims and Christians from a country that’s officially at war with Israel. But the 230 Sudanese refugees that have arrived are landing in an Israeli jail. As Israel decides what to do with those who have fled what the US has described as a “genocide,” Reisman says the government should be mindful of Jewish history. Full Story

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