The Forgotten Jews of Sudan Even Researchers Haven't Heard Of
Of all the Jewish communities living in Arab and Muslim states prior to the formation of Israel, the smallest was undoubtedly the 1,000 or so Jews who lived in Sudan. One octogenarian is desperate to preserve their history.
Yehoshua Levy, an 81-year-old retired marine engineer, left his Tel Aviv apartment two weeks ago, bound for Bar-Ilan University and a conference on “Exodus, Emigration, Expulsion and Uprooting.” It was the...
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