Rescue Work in Syria and Yemen

The Museum took a bold initiative to save the lives of a number of Jewish families in the Middle East that were in grave danger. Using its vast and extensive list of contacts with international organizations and agencies, and important government officials worldwide, the Museum spearheaded rescue efforts to save numerous families who were trapped in Syria and Yemen. The Museum is currently in the midst of bringing the remaining Jews out of Yemen, and remains committed to helping our brethren in need.

  • 2014-2015:  12 Syrian Jews Flown Out Of Aleppo, Syria.
  • 2016:  31 Yemeni Jews Flown Out Of Sana’a, Yemen.

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