Why Jews left Morocco?

morocco[1]Last month, Israeli historian professor Yigal Bin-Nun (Bar-Ilan University), in a study exposed Zionist lies about Jewish exodus from Morocco. Based on his study of Moroccan Jewish community, Bin-Nun has claimed that Mossad, the national intelligence agency of Israel, was behind the whole operation wherein about 160,000 Moroccan Jews left Morocco for the Zionist occupied Palestine.

According to professor Yigal’s research, the secret services of Tel Aviv had sent to Morocco, in the early 1960s, a group of officers whose primary mission had been to carry out attacks against well-settled Jews in Morocco in order to terrorize them and subsequently convince them that they were victims of violent persecutions by the Moroccan authorities and African Muslims in general. Read more here.

Morocco and Israel have maintained good relations since the creation of the Zionist entity in 1948. Israel’s former Defense Minister Amir Peretz (b. 1952) is son of a Moroccan Jewish family, which migrated to Israel in 1956. The other Moroccan-born Israeli cabinet minister is Arieh Deri 50, leader of Shas party, who was sentenced for three year in jail for taking bribes in 2000. Read more about Morocco here.

The Zionist anti-Muslim propagandists have been lying to the world about the exodus of Jews from Muslim countries for decades. These lies have been debunked by several Jewish witnesses and historians.

Iraqi-born US-Israeli citizen, Naeim Giladi, who participated in the Zionist terrorist activities in Iraq, tells his story in book ‘The Jews of Iraq‘.

Giladi wrote that Jews from Islamic lands did not emigrate willingly to Israel. To force them to leave, Zionist Jews killed Jews. In order to buy time to confiscate ever more Arab lands, Zionist Jews on numerous occasions rejected genuine peace initiatives from their Arab neighbors. “I write about what the first prime minister of Israel called ‘cruel Zionism’. I write about it because I was part of it,” he said.

Iraqi-born US-Israeli citizen, Ella Shohat, in “Sephardim in Israel: Zionism from the Standpoint of its Jewish Victims,” wrote: “Sephardi Jews were first brought to Israel for specific European-Zionist reasons, and once there they were systematically discriminated against by a Zionism which deployed its energies and material resources differentially, to the consistent advantage of European Jews and to the consistent detriment of Oriental Jews“.

Professor Joel Beinin says that Zionist had two motives to create the myth of Jewish expulsion from Muslim lands. First, it served to counter the grievances of Palestinian refugees, by claiming a “fair exchange” between refugee populations. Second, it provided the Mizrahim in Israel a means with which to redress their mistreatment in Arab countries, and—just as important—to claim a status in Israel comparable to Ashkenazi survivors of European anti-Semitism. To distance themselves from Arab cultural attachments, Beinin argues, was “the price of admission to Israeli society.” Beinin quotes one Israeli emigrant from Iraq: “In Baghdad we got along fine with the Arabs. But here we have to fight them“.

American Jewish writer, David Green, said in 2009: “The disintegration of Jewish cultures in Arab societies was a complicated and by no means inevitable process that has been neither properly understood nor appropriately mourned by its victims, other Jewish Israelis, and Jews of European background around the world. Its use as Zionist propaganda by the Ashkenazi elite in Israel and the US reflects various degrees of racism towards Mizrahim, Palestinians, Arabs, and Muslims, and serves to harden the false bipolarity with which Israelis and their American supporters view the world, now through the lenses of “Judeo-Christian” civilization. The specter of the Holocaust has been unfairly transferred to the Arab world, and is used to justify the oppression of the Palestinians and the “war on terrorism.” While Arab Jewish culture has been transformed in the Diaspora, an understanding of their history and demise can begin a process that will allow the Mizrahim to more actively shape a more just Israeli society, and a more peaceful future among Israelis, Palestinians, and other Arabs. In our own country, it can be minimally hoped that debunking mythology about Arab Jews will open some minds to a more fundamental questioning of Zionist conventional wisdom and its relation to American empire.”

How many times you remember Jewish Lobby whining about Jewish communities being expelled from European nations 108 times in the past?

Professor Philip Khuri Hitti, in his book ‘History of the Arabs’, exposes many Zionists’ “Biblical and historical” propaganda lies about Palestine and its Natives. Read more here.

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One response to “Why Jews left Morocco?

  1. This issue keeps creeping up — as zionist manipulators work to diminish obvious, legitimate claims by Palestinians against the theft and destruction of their homes/land over the century.
    I offer only a small correction of Naeim Giladi’s excellent history actual title: “Ben Gurion’s Scandals: How the haganah and mossad eliminated Jews” NOT “Jews of Iraq” by N. Rejwan.

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