Israeli sources estimate that there are more than $ 50 billion in Tunisia and Libya
Tel Aviv estimated the value of lost Jewish property in the Arab world at $ 250 billion, while some relate to Israel's assessment that it could be part of the Israeli preparations for an "annual agreement."
According to a report on Israeli television, the Israeli authorities estimated Jewish property in Tunisia and Libya for more than $ 50 billion, arguing that the total value of Jewish property in Arab countries could reach more than $ 250 billion.
The report stated that in 2010 the Knesset adopted a law combining all peace talks with "the question of compensation for the loss of Jewish property in the Arab countries and Iran."
"It is time to correct the historic injustice that has occurred with Jews who have lost their property in the Arab countries … You can not speak about the Middle East without looking at the rights of the Jews," said Gila Gamalael, Minister of Social Equality in Israel. Who has been forced to leave his prosperous society under the threat of violence. "