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Lyn Julius is a journalist, blogger and co-founder of Harif (www.harif.org), a UK Association of Jews from the Middle East and North Africa. Her work has appeared in The Guardian, Haaretz, Huffington Post, Jerusalem Post and Times of Israel, among others.

ARTICLES BY: Lyn Julius


July 29, 2016 4:24 am
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The Palestinian Distortion of the Balfour Declaration

Palestinian Foreign Minister Riad Malki has threatened to sue Britain for issuing the 1917 Balfour Declaration because, he claims, that it led to mass Jewish immigration...

November 27, 2015 5:38 am
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On November 30, Remember the Jewish Refugees Expelled from Arab Lands

Linda Hakim left Iraq for London in 1970. But she has never been able to shake off the fear that she felt growing up as a...

September 22, 2015 4:51 am
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Remembering the Triumphant Success of Israel’s Migration Crisis

The current refugee crisis in Europe has evoked memories among Jews in particular. More often than not, the comparison is made with Jews desperate to flee...

June 29, 2015 2:23 am
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Why Doesn’t BDS Care About Expelled Jews and Arab Human Rights Abuses?

The man behind the Boycott Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel, Omar Barghouti, is a PhD student at Tel Aviv University. Yes, you read...

August 12, 2014 7:31 am
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France No Longer a Home for Jews Fleeing Persecution

The Jews of France are reeling. It's been a month that they would rather forget. Although all European Jewish communities have been affected, the French...

June 10, 2014 1:09 am
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Was the ‘Farhud’ Really a Nazi Event?

Last week was the 73rd anniversary of a cataclysmic event in the tragic annals of Iraq's Jews: the outbreak, on June 1-2, 1941, of the Farhud. The Farhud...

November 8, 2013 10:12 am
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Israel, the Palestinian Authority, and the Right of Return

As the current negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians lurch forward, the burning question is: will Israel's withdrawal from the West Bank put an end...

September 25, 2013 8:54 am
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Israel, Colonialism, and the Arab World

It's been 46 years since the late French Marxist scholar Maxime Rodinson published his influential essay, and later book: "Israel: colonial settler state? " Reinforced by...

August 12, 2013 8:53 am
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EU Settlement Policy Legitimises Mass Dispossession

Cairo's Tahrir Square is once more in the news: revolution and counter-revolution, protest and put-down.  But some issues never capture the headlines: for instance, did...

Culture

Israeli Shalva Band’s Eurovision Performance Praised for ‘Making Dreams Come True’

Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs commended the country's Shalva Band following...

Eurovision Fans Hit Tel Aviv Beach Ahead of Saturday Final

Hundreds of tourists and concertgoers packed into a seafront Eurovision park in Tel Aviv on Friday, soaking in the late...

Features

Abraham Foxman Talks Antisemitism, BDS, and Mel Gibson

Abraham Foxman is the National Director Emeritus of the Anti-Defamation League and a Holocaust survivor. He is the author of...

Israel’s Information War Is as Important as Its Military One

In recent months, the Israeli defense establishment has made increasing use of “information...

Next Israeli Government Could Soon Face New Iranian Terrorist Challenges

In Saturday's early hours, when the attention of most Israelis was focused on...

World

San Diego State University Women’s Center Apologizes for Sharing Photo of...

The Women’s Resource Center at San Diego State University apologized on Thursday for sharing an image of an armed Palestinian hijacker,...

Israel

Israeli Terror Victim’s Mother Gives Birth Four Years to Day After La...

An Israeli mother whose baby died following a terrorist attack four years ago gave birth on Sunday on the same...

Middle East

Iran Increases by Fourfold Enrichment Rate of Low-Enriched Uranium

Iran has increased by fourfold the rate of enrichment of low-enriched uranium, an official in Natanz nuclear facility was cited as saying by Tasnim news agency on Monday, a week...

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