n.— «Jews had held the status of “dhimmis” since the twelfth century. “Dhimmi” means a protected person without the rights of a citizen. He could not vote, get a passport or have his oath accepted in a Morroccan law court.» —“Equality Promised North Africa Jews” New York Times Dec. 30, 1955. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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