Bene-Israel of India:
an ancient living community
Thursday, December 8
USA 12:00 pm PT / 3:00 pm ET
UK 8:00 pm / France 09:00 pm / Israel 10:00 pm
The talk will last approximately 90 minutes
About this talk
The Bene-Israel is the largest historical Jewish community from the Indian sub-continent, surpassing in numbers the Cochin and Baghdadi communities.
Eliaz Reuben-Dandeker is a 4th generation Israeli, descendant of the leaders of the Bene-Israel community from the 18th century, the Kammodan Mocadem Divekars.
He is an author, archivist, documentary maker, lecturer, artist and publisher. Eliaz is the founder and owner of "Kammodan Mocadem Publishing House" and has published five books, taking part in several more. He is also a co-founder of the "Next generation group" of Jewish-Indian activists in Israel. Eliaz has lectured and given interviews around the world on subjects such as The Jewish communities of India and PTSD related to combat experience.
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