Since its founding in 1948, Israel has seen itself as a safe haven for Jews from anywhere in the world to come to escape persecution. But now that policy is under threat. As Jewish communities in Ethiopia, Uganda and Kenya are finding, a debate has arisen about who is “Jewish enough” to qualify. And some claim that decisions are being made not on the basis of ancestry or religious observance but on the colour of people’s skin.
Analysis, 17 May 2018
Producer: Simon Maybin