It’s not always funny, but what it is may be more valuable.
Jews for centuries have made pilgrimage to what many believe is the prophet Nahum’s grave.
“When [Jews] were deported from Iraq and Mosul, it wasn’t just that they were sent away. They were erased from our history.”
The strikes last month targeted Iranian weapons en route to Syria, the New York Times quoted analysts as saying.
Israel has no right to deny Iraqi Jews the same compensation that other victims of the Holocaust are receiving.
‘There should be two states, and the two people should be able to live normally.’
“Follow along as Ari Fleischer refuses to lay any blame for the monumental policy blunder of invading Iraq on the GWB WH.”
The Iraqi Jewish Archive has a complicated place among the culturally significant items taken from Iraq after 2003. But it’s part of that collection.
To Iraqi Jews and their descendants, the archive represents the rich communal life and history they were forced to leave behind.
“The State Department should make clear to the Iraqi government that the artifacts should continue to stay in the United States.”