REFUGEES: Journey Home

A late afternoon rain was falling when the announcement came over the detention camp radio at Xylotombou, Cyprus. A young Jew scurried along the camp's muddy paths, blowing a trumpet as he ran. To Abraham Greenberg, the sound was like that of the trumpets that brought down the walls of Jericho long ago. Abraham ran to tell his wife Zahava. Their firstborn, Arie, was cutting his first teeth; he would be a Jew of Israel, the first of Abraham's family in centuries not to have another nationality. Abraham and Zahava and others in...

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