Thursday, March 10, 2011

Jews of Ireland

By Linda Morel from the Jewish Telegraphic Agency

Although the Jewish presence in Ireland stretches back nearly 1,000 years, today's Jewish community has its origins predominantly from the 1880s, when immigrants from Lithuania, fleeing pogroms and Russian oppression, sought refuge in Dublin and Cork.

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