Turkey's Jews and their immigration to Israel

@article{Toktas2006TurkeysJA,
  title={Turkey's Jews and their immigration to Israel},
  author={Sule Toktas},
  journal={Middle Eastern Studies},
  year={2006},
  volume={42},
  pages={505 - 519}
}
The largestmass emigration of minorities from Turkey was that of the Greeks during theTurkish–Greek population exchanges of the early 1920s. However, the emigration ofthe Jews was not part of a government-mandated population exchange. On thecontrary, the Jews immigrated to Israel of their own free will. Despite this prominentcharacteristic, the mass migration of Jews to Israel has failed to attract significantattention either from the perspective of policy-making or of social science, as shownby… Expand
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