It’s not easy being Jewish, let alone in Nigeria
Some 30,000 of Nigeria’s 30 million ethnic Igbos consider themselves Jews, an identification that goes back to the last century, and that picked up steam after that country’s civil war. Political scientist William Miles visited with some of them and has written a book about the challenges they face.
Jews of Nigeria: An Afro-Judaic Odyssey, by William F.S. Miles,
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