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Rabbi Gershom Sizomu reflects on his recent visit to Israel.
The Jewish community in Uganda exalt at a wedding ceremony on Aug. 8. Gershom Sizomu, a rabbi from the nearby Jewish community at Nabugoye Hill in Mbale, and Yafa Chase, a rabbi from Granby, Mass.
Members of groups with a Jewish connection from Africa, Asia and South America may get a chance to stay longer in Israel, even if they fall short of citizenship
The miracle of Hanukkah is bringing light to places of darkness.
Over 250 people from Uganda, Kenya, and South Africa, Ghana, and Nigeria formally converted to Judaism in a ceremony held last week in the village of Nabogoye near Mbale, Uganda.
The Pan-African Jewish Alliance (PAJA) is holding its first multi-national meeting on July 11, 2008 with participants from Jewish communities in Uganda, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, and the United States.
Gershom Sizomu will become the first black rabbi from sub-Saharan Africa to be ordained from an American rabbinic school.
Racially and ethnically diverse Jewish leaders from all over the Jewish world are meeting from May 2-5 in San Francisco.