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Thousands of Syrian Jews lived in there from the 1920s to the 1950s, creating a small version of their Middle Eastern homeland within its streets and plazas — and their legacy lives on there today.
The deeper meaning could be that if they were Jewish they would have found something to complain about.
"We are asking that the Israeli government does not abandon us, but helps us get out of here to another country... All my love and loyalty is to this religion [Judaism]."
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