A Libyan Jewish Woman - one of the Middle East’s 900,000 Forgotten Refugees - Tells Her Story of Growing Up in the Arab World
A talk by MALAKA BUBLIL
Wednesday, February 26, 2003 at 4:00 p.m.
Bublil fled Tripoli in 1967 - one of 38,000 Jews exiled from Libya and one of nearly one million Jews who fled their homes in the Arab world. She is the co-founder of JIMENA: “Jews Indigenous to the Middle East and North Africa,” and works to build peace between Arabs and Jews.