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Topic - Henrietta Wenkart
At the end of March, a census taken by Israel's Interior Ministry reported that the Jewish population in the nation stood at 6 million, out of a total population of 8 million. The vast majority of the remainder are Arabs, with another 350,000 non-Arab Christians, press reports indicated.
Whoever could leave, did," Ms. Wenkart, who now goes by Henny, said in an interview in "50 Children: The Rescue Mission of Mr. and Mrs. Kraus," a documentary that airs on HBO on Monday, which is also Holocaust Remembrance Day.
"What people don't understand is that at the beginning, you could get out, everybody could get out, [but] nobody would let us in. Everyone could have been saved. Everyone," Ms. Wenkart said.