For decades, once hapless immigrants to Israel from Yemen, Iraq and other Mid-eastern countries have said that, 70 years ago, their babies were taken and never returned. Some say that, until there is hard-and-fast evidence, these claims must be treated with suspicion.
But shouldn’t we switch the default to trusting the victims?
This is a segment from The “The Decade Surveyed” Edition.
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