Israel Solved the Problem of Jewish Refugees

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In the past year, nearly 80 million people — or 1 percent of the world’s population — qualified as refugees or as internally displaced, according to the United Nations. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, this number increased by 9 million in the past year and has doubled from a decade ago. With population growth and environmental destruction, the number and proportion of refugees may increase even more.




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Former software engineer at Google, U.S. National Spelling Bee champion, and synesthete, based in New York, NY. Loves books, liberal Judaism, and nature.

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