This day in Jewish history / Envious Barbadian colonists enact 'Jewish laws'
Jews flocked to Barbados with the island's conquest by the English, who promptly accused them of underhanded practices.
On October 23, 1668, the Jews of Barbadoes were subjected to “Jewish laws,” which constrained where they could reside and their ability to engage in commerce.
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