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Jewish Immigration: Canadian and Refugees

jewish immigration: Louis in 1939 a safe harbour, according to Toronto Star. Although the apology does little to right the wrong 254 of the 907 passengers were murdered in German concentration camps it perhaps will give those who oppose the settlement of Syrian refugees second thought. She is writing about the prime minister's proposed apology for the Canadian refusal to give Jewish refugees from Nazism aboard the St. Even after the war and the concentration camps were liberated, even after the world knew beyond a doubt that Jews had been murdered in the millions, Canadian government policy was a resounding no to Jewish immigration afraid that somehow Canadian values and way of life would be contaminated by the presence to so many non-conforming refugees. Perhaps by shining a light on our past wrongs, the prime minister is trying to teach some clueless members of our society a lesson. Similar fears exist today and so some of us want to ban refugees whose very lives are in jeopardy. ( As reported in the news.