Source: BBC World Service (London)
For decades the Sudanese government has been heavily criticised for discriminating against non-Muslims. However the new civilian government has invited a small community of Sudanese Jews living in exile to return home. There used to be up to a thousand in the community, but they almost all left Sudan because of tensions following the creation of Israel. So what do they make of the invitation? Daisy Abboudi is the daughter of Sudanese Jews and founder of the Website TALES OF JEWISH SUDAN.
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