Syrians to be housed in Dutch former village for Jews who fled Nazis | Jewish Telegraphic Agency

The Dutch owner of land that was once a village for Jews fleeing the Nazis offered to use it to house refugees from Syria and Iraq.

Joep Karel, the owner of the area in Slootdorp, 35 miles north of Amsterdam, made the offer earlier this month to the government’s Central Agency for the Reception of Asylum Seekers, The Noordhollands Dagblad daily reported last week.

The offer came amid a heated debate over the arrival this year of at least 26,000 Middle Eastern migrants. In Geldermalsen near Rotterdam, police fired warning shots during a riot by thousands of…

Source: Syrians to be housed in Dutch former village for Jews who fled Nazis | Jewish Telegraphic Agency

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2 thoughts on “Syrians to be housed in Dutch former village for Jews who fled Nazis | Jewish Telegraphic Agency

  1. It is sad to hear of Jewish people protesting against the settlement of refugees. The irony is thick enough to cut with a knife. This world just keeps turning in an ever-destructive cycle of similar events.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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