Many B’nei Menashe have fled their homes, synagogues have been burned, and at least one has been killed.
A 700-book collection reflecting the history of the local community.
The Sassoons, Rothschilds of the east.
Evidence of a 13th-century synagogue?
A community comes into its own as New Delhi begins to cultivate its diaspora.
“A diamond created by the vice-like pressure of persecution.”
They came to Israel not out of fear of persecution but out of love for their homeland.
His pro-Israel turn has provoked neither Arab states nor Indian Muslims.
How a young man from a village in northeast India, convinced of his hidden Jewish roots, moved his family to Israel, became an Orthodox rabbi, and turned into a national hero.
A new book portrays a community of enduring faith and proudly distinct character dating back to pre-Roman times: a remarkable Jewish path through time.
Local Muslims and Hindus even attend Jewish schools and learn Hebrew songs.
Most likely, Jewish men from the Middle East came to India and married local women.
One of the city’s last Jews has made it his mission.