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Avi Kaner Jun 1
On this day in 1941, during Jewish holiday of Shavuot, Jews were violently attacked in . The pogrom killed over 180 Jews, injured 1,000, destroyed 900 homes, property looted. Within 10 years most fled Iraq after 2,500 year history.
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Avi Kaner Jun 1
Must read in-depth historical article describing events following the massacre - “Baghdad 'pauperized' its Jews and forced them to leave for nascent Jewish state in 1951-2. It was Iraq that suffered.”
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Hen Mazzig 🥀🔥 Jun 1
Today we commemorate the , and we remember the 850k Jewish refugees of MENA. Where there is no remembrance, there is no truth; where there is no truth, there will be no justice and where there is no justice, there will be no peace.
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Shlomi Ben Meir 1 Jun 18
1.6.41 the , a pogrom against the Jews of Baghdad. 179 Jews were murdered & buried in a mass-grave. property of 10,000s was plundered.
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Israel Nitzan🇮🇱 Jun 1
Today we commemorate the , the antisemitic pogrom committed against the community in , . During the two days of violence in 1941, rioters attacked 2500 Jewish families and homes, killed over 180 Jews & injured more than 2100 >>
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Hen Mazzig 🥀🔥 Jun 1
Replying to @HenMazzig
She doesn’t speak a lot about her past. It is challenging to get any negative stories from Iraq out of her. She prefers to tell me stories about how great it was, how beautiful Baghdad is, and how they always felt safe – until the 2 days of horror: June 1-2, 1941, the .
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Hen Mazzig 🥀🔥 1 Jun 16
The - for my grandparents: acknowledgement, justice, peace.
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Mel McDermott 1 Jun 16
This day 75 yrs ago, the 1941 : mobs slaughter 200+ of 's 2,500-yr-old community
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(((Emily Schrader))) May 31
When Iraq kicked out its Jews, gripped by vicious anti-Semitism, Baghdad ‘pauperized’ its Jews and forced them to leave for the nascent Jewish state but it was that suffered...and continues to suffer. Not the Iraqi Jews. Remember the
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(((Emily Schrader))) Jun 1
Two days in 1941 led directly to the violent expulsion of 120,000 Iraqi Jews from their land, the confiscation of their property and possessions. Remember the .
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Israel in Ireland 5 Mar 15
pogrom, 1941, in which over 180 Jews were killed, over 1,000 injured.
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StandWithUs Jun 1
As we remember the horrific events of the today, it's important to remember and share the truth about the nearly 1 million refugees who were expelled or forced to leave countries because of violent antisemitic persecution.
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Michael Baskin🇺🇸🇮🇱🇺🇦 1 Jun 15
Massacre - a murderous Muslim pogrom against of - influenced by
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StandWithUs 1 Jun 18
Today we remember the : a Holocaust-era massacre committed by Arab nationalists June 1-2 1941 in , when hundreds of innocent Jews were murdered, thousands more were brutalized, and Jewish property was pillaged on the holiday of Shavuot.
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Israel ישראל Jun 1
Israel commemorates the 78th anniversary of the – the deadly -inspired pogrom by Iraqis against 's🇮🇶 Jewish community. 180 Jews were murdered, over 2,000 were injured & thousands of Jewish homes & businesses were destroyed & looted. We Remember 🇮🇱🕯️
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Seth Frantzman 1 Jun 16
What began with in 1941 continues today with the attempts by to exterminate and other minority Assyrian, Kakai, Shabak
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Clarion Project 2 Jun 16
Shocking account of the - massacre of the of in 1941
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Seth Frantzman 1 Jun 16
Remember when they came for the of ; today is anniversary ;
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Diyar 1 Jun 16
REMEMBER THE Massacre of Iraqi , June 1-2 1941
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Mizrahi-chick Jul 15
Replying to @Ilhan
You seek to substantiate by . dismissing Al Quaeda : a self proclaimed terrorist group.SELF proclaimed & mock those reacting . dismissing Somalia's recent terrorist deaths . Attacking Israel.55% Brown Jews. . wanna explain how you are not hateful ?
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