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Jews Around the Globe
The Jewish world is more ethnically and racially diverse than many people realize.
Just because Israel is a Jewish country doesn't mean all its Jews are the same.
The People of the Book on the Emerald Isle.
Tolerance and assimilation led to the near-disappearance of a Chinese Jewish community over 1,000 years old.
Learn some choice phrases, including the most epic sneeze response ever, in this Sephardic language also known as Judeo-Spanish.
This Sephardic language, also known as Judeo-Spanish, has a rich history and is more accessible than you think.
How Jews fleeing Spain and Portugal transformed the region.
The first Jews arrived in Sydney in 1788 and have been joined by successive waves of Jewish immigrants ever since.
Legends about Jewish pirates and a distinguished 20th-century political legacy are highlights of this Caribbean Jewish community's history.
This custom is a treasured part of Moroccan Jewish and other Mizrahi marriage celebrations.
Sephardic Jews have a rich history, and over time they have developed their own traditions, customs, and laws.
Iranian Jewry under the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Jews from Arab lands are gaining more and more influence in Israeli society.
This site in Iraqi Kurdistan was a major Jewish gathering spot on Shavuot.
Women in the Beta Israel in Ethiopian society are mainly domestic and have strict purity laws.