Dozens of Jews of Egyptian origin return for ‘very emotional’ service at historic synagogue

Marcy Oster, Jewish Telegraph Agency, 02/18/2020

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

The Jerusalem Post Staff, The Jerusalem Post, 01/12/2020

Since 1948 and Israel’s establishment, the Jewish community in Egypt dwindled, and the synagogue fell into neglect.

The Jews You’ve Never Heard Of: In the Bay Area, Karaite Jews struggle to build a future in America

Shira Telushkin, Tablet, 09/29/2016

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.

Muslims in Egypt are trying to preserve its Jewish heritage

The Economist Staff, The Economist, 09/09/2017

Egypt’s leaders have increased their outreach to the shrinking Jewish community