The ancient Turkish community dates back to biblical times but today its 24 members struggle to make a minyan on Yom Kippur
Esti Judah is a freelance journalist, researcher and translator. Born in London, she is a graduate of the London School of Economics, Sciences Po Paris and King’s College London and has lived in the Balkans and Paris before moving to Brussels. She writes on Europe, the Middle East and Turkey. Follow her on Twitter: @EstherJudah.
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