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Lebanon: A Lebanese Jew

“I am a Lebanese Jew [and] I was forced to change my family name because my family origins are from Wadi Abu Jmil. I still live there under a false name, my family did not emigrate during the war, we hid in a sieged town in the Shouf district …” says a message written to The Jews of Lebanon.

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