Israel insists on Algeria to claim $ 144 million
Revealed, yesterday, references inform the Hebrew for the Israeli Knesset ready in a few days to vote on a bill demanding Arab governments, including Algeria, a large financial damages against the backdrop of what it considered compensation for the alleged displacement of thousands of Jews from their land by force.
The state began the Zionist entity to move forward in a move described as “bizarre” by the so-called management of property, the Israeli Foreign Ministry prepared a draft law to parliament, issued within days demanding Algeria to pay financial compensation, what is claimed as “Jews out” of the Algerian territory.
In this context, the Tel Aviv claims that the value of Jewish property they left behind after in 1948 and 1962 Date of Algeria’s independence more than $ 144 million. According to media sources was divided the bill into two parts, where they placed Algeria in the first section with Egypt, Mauritania, Morocco, Tunisia, Libya, Sudan, Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan and Bahrain; when demanding compensation for the property of 850 thousand Jewish value of U.S. $ 300 billion divided among them according to the census, the last of the Jews in 1948.
The second section of the law Vttalib the Israeli Foreign Ministry Arabia compensation for Jews who were removed from four centuries since the time of the Prophet peace be upon him. The ever-Deputy Foreign Minister, Zionist, Danny Ayalon, the accused Algeria expulsion of his family and the displacement of thousands of Jews in more than one occasion, most recently a video of the presented fabricate facts and a comparison between Palestinian refugees and called on them in return, “Jewish refugees”, which provides the Deputy Minister Zionist himself in five minutes and a half minutes, the duration of the video, that his father and his family with Algerian origin, but Algeria has five decades of expulsion by force the company of thousands of Jews who lie in “Israel”, he claimed that more than 850 thousand Jews from Arab countries who have lived and their families in their homes even before the coming of Islam were forced to abandon their assets from Algeria, Tunisia, Iraq, Libya and elsewhere after the state of Israel in 1948.
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