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From the Islamic sources, it is clear that Eilat had a significant Jewish population, which existed for hundreds of years after the Muslim conquest.
Not one Jew was allowed to remain on the Jordanian side of the cease-fire line.
One of the medieval Aliyot was that of the Sephardic Jewish community which fled Spain following the Spanish and Portuguese Inquisition.
Historically, the Christian residents of Bethlehem did not identify themselves as Arabs.
Printed from: http://www.jewishpress.com/blogs/muqata/history-of-israel-eilat-city-of-sin/2013/05/26/
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