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 In 2014, the Government of Israel designated November 30th
as the official day to mark the tragic Jewish Exile period.



















































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Thriving, prosperous Jewish communities existed in the Middle East and North Africa about a thousand years before the rise of Islam in the 7th century, and more than 2,500 years before  modern Arab nations. These communities, which extended from Iraq in the east to Morocco in the west, had a lively fabric of life and were influential in the local economies. Until the 10th century CE, 90% of the world's Jews lived in the areas of today's Arab countries.  Historically, the Middle East is seen as Moslm territory .  Other religions were seen by them as second class citizens under liable to Dhimmis restrictions (see The New World Encyclopedia and dhimmi. When introduced it gave Jews a better life than they had under Christianity.  

In 1946 with international expectation that a Jewish state was going to be established, the Arab League decided  to boycott all Jewish citizens living in Arab countries. With the United Nations adopting the Partition Plan (November 1947) riots broke across the Arab world against Jewish communities. Jewish shops and synagogues were ransacked and burned, hundreds of Jews were killed and thousands were imprisoned.

With the declaration of the State of Israel in May 1948, the Arab League's Political Committee made recommendations to Arab and Muslim countries on how to treat Jews. This stated that Jews should be deprived of their citizenship as they were considered citizens of the newly established Jewish state. Assets were seized, bank accounts were frozen and property worth millions of dollars was nationalized. Jews were excluded from government ministries, restricted entry to public service causing many to lose their means of subsistence.

The anti-Jewish trend increased over time, and an organized plan of oppression and persecution was implemented against them in Arab countries. Between 1948 and 1951, about 850,000 Jews became refugees (see Table above). These were people who usually came with nothing and required an infrastructure which included housing, health services and  education.  In Israel this was met by setting up camps called Ma’abarot.

Israel was a new country in 1948. The state of the economy can be seen in its frequent devaluation and then change to a new currency. One effect of this effort was the depreciation of its currency.The Israeli  Israeli lira was the Israeli currency from 9 June 1952 until 23 February 1980. Its symbol was "I£". The Israeli pound replaced the Palestine pound and was also pegged to the pound sterling at par. It was replaced by the shekel on 24 February 1980, at the rate of 1 shekel = 10 Israeli pounds, which was in turn replaced by the new shekel in 1985. Wikipedia.  

This objective today is defined in the Hamas (who control Gaza) charter Article 6   "strives to raise the banner of Allah over every inch of Palestine, for under the wing of Islam followers of all religions can coexist in security and safety where their lives, possessions and rights are concerned."   Click here for their Charter

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OVERVIEW - JEWISH EXILES FROM ARAB COUNTRIES

COLLAPSE OF THE JEWISH POPULATION

Different sources show slightly different  figures.

But they all show the same collapse of Jewish populations  
in Arab countries.

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Of the nearly 900,000 Jewish emigrants, approximately 680,000 emigrated to Israel and 235,000 to France; the remainder went to other countries in Europe as well as to the Americas..

About two thirds of the exodus was from the North Africa region, of which Morocco's Jews went mostly to Israel, Algeria's Jews went mostly to France, and Tunisia's Jews departed for both countries.
(Wikipedia)

IMMIGRATION TO ISRAEL 1948-53

Eastern Europe

313,037

Other Europe

25,250

Asia

246,460

Africa

108,163

Unknown

30,180



All countries

723,090

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JEWISH EXILE COUNTRIES
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ON RIGHT HAND SIDE OF PAGE)