Jews by country
This article deals with the practice of Judaism and the living arrangement of Jews in the listed countries.
Jews by country - Wikipedia
Keeping Alive a Haven for Yiddish Culture in Modern Romania
Bucharest is home to one of only a handful of Yiddish theater left in Europe
Israel: Ethiopian Jews Protest In Jerusalem Against Police Brutality
As protests raged throughout the United States, Israel dealt with its own demonstrations on 30 April, after about 1,000 Ethiopian Jews took to the streets of Jerusalem to protest police brutality. The...
History of Jews in Poland before the 18th century
The History of Jews in Poland before the 18th century covers the period of Jewish-Polish history from its origins, roughly until the political and socio-economic circumstances leading to the dismember...
History of Jews in Poland before the 18th century - Wikipedia
Moses Hamon
Moses Hamon (Granada, c. 1490 – 1567) (Amon) was the son of Joseph Hamon, born in Spain. Going with his father to Constantinople, he became physician to Sultan Sulaiman I. This "famous prince an...
Keeping Alive a Haven for Yiddish Culture in Modern Romania
Bucharest is home to one of only a handful of Yiddish theater left in Europe
Israel: Ethiopian Jews Protest In Jerusalem Against Police Brutality
As protests raged throughout the United States, Israel dealt with its own demonstrations on 30 April, after about 1,000 Ethiopian Jews took to the streets of Jerusalem to protest police brutality. The...
History of the Jews in Ireland
The history of the Jews in Ireland extends back nearly a thousand years. Although the Jewish community has always been small in numbers (not exceeding 5,500 by religion since at least 1891), it is wel...
History of the Jews in Ireland - Wikipedia
Saul Solomon
Saul Solomon (25 May 1817 – 16 October 1892) was an influential liberal politician of the Cape Colony. A tireless defender of racial and religious equality, Saul Solomon was an important member of the...
Saul Solomon - Wikipedia
Imre Ámos
Imre Ámos (1907 in Nagykálló, Hungary – 1944 or 1945 in Ohrdruf, Germany) was a twentieth century Hungarian Jewish painter.Following his studies at the Technical University, Budapest from 1927 t...
Imre Ámos - Wikipedia
Bukharan Jews
Bukharan Jews, also Bukharian Jews or Bukhari Jews (Persian: یهودی بخارایی‎ Yahūde-ye Bukhārāī ; Russian: Бухарские евреи Bukharskie evrei ; Hebrew: בוכרים‎ Bukharim ; T...
Bukharan Jews - Wikipedia
History of the Jews in Italy
The history of the Jews in Italy spans more than two thousand years. The Jewish presence in Italy dates to the pre-Christian Roman period and has continued, despite periods of extreme persecutions an...
History of the Jews in Italy - Wikipedia
Mordechai Avniel
Mordechai Avniel (1900–1989), variant name Mordecai Avniel, was an Israeli painter and sculptor.
Avniel (Mordecai Dickstein) was born in 1900 in Minsk, present-day Belarus. He studied fine arts in...
History of the Jews in Sri Lanka
Jews in Sri Lanka have had a presence on the island nation since at least the 9th century. In the 10th century, Abu Zeid al Hasan, an Arab Muslim traveller from Siraf, Persia, stated that there were ‘...
George Maduro
George John Lionel Maduro (15 July 1916 – 9 February 1945) was a Dutch student who served as an officer in the 1940 Battle of the Netherlands and distinguished himself in repelling the German attack o...
George Maduro - Wikipedia
Jacob ben Abraham Faitusi
Jacob ben Abraham Faitusi (died July 1812 in Algiers) was a Tunisian Jewish scholar. He settled in the later part of his life at Jerusalem, whence he was sent as a collector of alms to Italy and Alger...
Tamir Sapir
Tamir Sapir (Russian: Тимур Сапир, birth name Temur Sepiashvili, Georgian: თემურ სეფიაშვილი); 1946/1947 – September 26, 2014) was an American immigrant from the former Soviet republic of Georg...
Lithuanian Jews
Lithuanian Jews or Litvaks are Jews with roots in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania: (present-day Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine, Latvia and the northeastern Suwałki region of Poland). The term is sometimes ...
List of Latin American Jews
Jewish immigration to Latin America began with seven sailors arriving in Christopher Columbus' crew. Since then, the Jewish population of Latin America has risen to more than 500,000 — more than half ...