Justice for Jews from Arab Countries, which is leading the November international campaign to raise awareness of the Jewish refugees from Arab countries across 40 countries, has produced a useful chart showing anti-Jewish laws and practices in Arab countries after 1948. The chart covers the following countries: Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia and Yemen/Aden.
Stripping Jews of citizenship: this happened in all countries except Lebanon and Tunisia.
Arrests and detentions: all countries except Lebanon and Tunisia.
Riots/pogroms: all countries without exception.
Islamic religious restrictions: these were in force in Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia and Yemen.
Zionism a crime: laws were introduced branding Zionism a crime in Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco and Syria.
Freedom of movement curtailed: Jews were restricted in Iraq, Libya, Morocco, Syria and Yemen.
Loss of work and employment discrimination: Jews were dismissed and/or banned from certain careers (eg government service) in Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Morocco, Syria and Yemen.
Freezing of assets: all countries except Morocco.
Confiscation of property: all countries except Morocco.