Israeli sources estimate Jewish property in Tunisia and Libya worth more than $ 50 billion
Tel Aviv has estimated the cost of lost Jewish property in the Arab world at $ 250 billion, while some have commented Israel that it could be part of Israel's preparations for the "century deal."
According to a report on Israeli television, the Israeli authorities estimated Jewish property in Tunisia and Libya for more than $ 50 billion, noting that the total value of Jewish property in Arab countries could be over $ 250 billion.
The report noted that in 2010, the Knesset passed a law that envisages all peace talks on "compensation for the loss of Jewish property in Arab countries and Iran."
"It's time to correct the historical injustice that has occurred with the Jews who lost property in the Arab countries … We can not talk about the Middle East, despite the rights of the Jews," said Gila Gamale, Minister for Social Equality in Israel. Who was forced to leave his wealthy society under violence. "