Monocolumn: Selling Hummus To Israelis

Monocolumn: Selling Hummus To Israelis
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When they first began arriving in the country in 2005, Sudan’s war-weary Darfuri refugees posed a serious problem for Israeli immigration authorities.

Monocle
  • 14 july 2010

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Monocolumn- Selling Hummus To Israelis

When they first began arriving in the country in 2005, Sudan’s war-weary Darfuri refugees posed a serious problem for Israeli immigration authorities. With no real historical or cultural connection to the Jewish state, these animist Africans added yet another layer to Israel’s complex – and controversial – illegal immigration problem.

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