Dozens of Jews of Egyptian origin return for ‘very emotional’ service at historic synagogue
They came from around the world, dozens of Jews of Egyptian origin, to celebrate a Sabbath service at the newly renovated 14th-century synagogue in Alexandria.
Magnificent synagogue restored in Alexandria, but only three Jews show up
Since 1948 and Israel’s establishment, the Jewish community in Egypt dwindled, and the synagogue fell into neglect.
Muslims in Egypt are trying to preserve its Jewish heritage
Egypt’s leaders have increased their outreach to the shrinking Jewish community
The Jews You’ve Never Heard Of: In the Bay Area, Karaite Jews struggle to build a future in America
The Karaite Jews of America will be celebrating the first day of the seventh month Yomof the Jewish calendar, a day of sacred assembly called for in Leviticus 23:24.