Jews Are Leaving South Africa Once Again — but Don’t Blame BDS
In the first of a series of articles from the Rainbow Nation, Haaretz finds out why there has been an exodus from the local Jewish community in the past decade and what’s the one thing you should never tell a South African Jew
CAPE TOWN At its height, in the mid-1970s, South Africa s Jewish community numbered more than 120,000. The figure often cited by Jewish establishment leaders in recent years, following several large waves of...
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