Welcoming the strangers among us / Former Montclair filmmaker explores Israel’s refugee crisis



Former Montclair filmmaker explores Israel’s refugee crisis. In 2012, while visiting her daughter in Tel Aviv, Beth Kruvant happened upon a controversial spot. Levinsky Park had become a meeting place and sometimes a makeshift home for up to 65,000 people who fled through Egypt from trouble spots in Africa — Darfur, South Sudan, Congo, and Eritrea — the same locale where Jews from Germany, Eastern Europe, Russia, and Arab counties had congregated decades before. 

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