Israel maps out plan to move Iran’s Jewish population to Palestine

[ 15/12/2010 – 05:49 PM ]


NAZARETH, (PIC)– The Israeli Ministry of Immigrant Absorption has announced mapping out a plan to transfer all of Iran’s 20,000 Jews to occupied Palestine.

The ministry collected data confirming that the number of Jews in Iran reached about 20,000, and that resettling them in occupied Palestine would cost around 2.22 million dollars, Israeli Army Radio reported.

The Israeli parliament’s migration accommodation committee had discussed resettling Jewish Iranians amid a study of the development of Jewish communities in Muslim countries.

The radio station quoted the committee’s head, Likud party member Danny Danon, as saying: “The current situation the Jews of Iran live in concerns us very much. The state of Israel is obliged to bring them to the country and help integrate them.”

The Israeli government recently approved a step to move 8,000 Ethiopian Falasha Jews  to occupied Palestine.

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Israel maps out plan to move Iran’s Jewish population to Palestine.

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