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NYT op-ed describing Israel as a place of refuge is missing the word, Palestinians

Rabbi Susan Silverman describes Israel as a place of refuge in a NYT piece denouncing plans to deport thousands of African refugees. But the piece never mentions Palestinian refugees. "We are the people who expelled over three quarters of a million people in our war of conquest in 1948," Joseph Levine writes.
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