Jewish Communities of the World
More than just a guide to centers of Jewish populations throughout the world, this comprehensive work provides facts about the demography and history of these important communities, as well as a listing and description of community organizations, religious life, local Jewish culture, and educational facilities. Introductory sections include information on the founding of Israel, population statistics, and thoughts on topics ranging from the Diaspora to the founding of the Jewish state.
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