A glimpse at a Greek island’s 800 years of Jewish history.
Nearly 80 years after the Holocaust, an attempt at revival.
An artifact of one of Europe’s oldest Jewish communities.
Once home to a large, if overlooked, community.
Yom Kippur in a waning community.
And rebuilding its synagogue.
Jews who view themselves as neither Ashkenazi nor Sephardi.
And the current state of Jewish life there.
There’s a special character to Cretan Judaism.