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Museum searches for Jews deported to Cyprus in 1940s
Korin Elbaz Alush
Published: 08.08.19, 21:56
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1. I know
Boaz   (08.09.19)
The Haymans. Husband and wife, left Kemnitz, Germany, in the middle of the night. Her parents paid a smuggler. They crossed to Turkey to the Dardanelles strait and by boat to Haifa. Upon arrival, they were arrested, put 3 months in a camp and deported to Cyprus.
2. Jews are a self-worshiping people, they R insensitive to the
kms ,   Jerusalem   (08.09.19)
suffering, injustice and pain they cause to others
FO ,   Belgium   (08.09.19)
Alush, you wrote: "British-ruled pre-state Palestine"! No international institution ever gave Britain the right to RULE Palestine. The 24th of July 1922, the League of Nations appointed Britain as a Mandatory, to respect strictly the road map called "The Mandate for Palestine". This Mandate gave the Jewish people the IRREVOCABLE RIGHT to settle between the Mediterranean Sea and, at least, the Jordan River, including the Golan Heights, to create their Independent state in formation! Remember, A MANDATE is a TRUST! Nevertheless the British started from the beginning to behave as a colonial power, betrayed the Jewish people by limiting immigration, by imposing a blockade at the Palestinian shores to prevent Jews fleeing Nazi occupied Europe to reach them, and sending these desperate people back to a certain dead, and after the War sending survivors of the Holocaust to camps in Cyprus! Amazing that Britain's treacherous behavior during its so-called Mandate seems to remain classified history by Israel itself!
4. European values.
tiki ,   belgium   (08.12.19)
After the Germans came the British to throw Jews into the camps.

Today they lecture Israeli Jews about values, while doing business with the fanatic Ayatolla's and pay millions to palestinians both vowing to destroy Israel & it's (Jewish) inhabitants.

They unofficially boycott the Jewish state and hail those that want to destroy her.
5. my parents
SARA REFAELI ,   Philadelphia   (08.12.19)
My parents were incarcerated there near Pamagusta and I was born there on March 1948. My father survived the Buchenwald concentration camp and my mom survived from Auschwitz. If you need more information my sister that live in Tel Aviv can provide you
Best regards
Sara Refaeli from Flaum family
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