Uruguay’s Dwindling Jewish Community Falls Victim to Its Zionist Spirit

A combination of aliyah and assimilation has seen Jewish numbers plummet 80 percent in the small South American country, leaving the close-knit community with a crisis it is reluctant to address

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MONTEVIDEO An anomaly in Catholic Latin America, Uruguayans are quick to boast of their national religion: Laicismo (secularism). Nestled between Argentina and Brazil, this country of some 3 million people,...