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Abayudaya Stories

In the early 1970s, Ugandan President Idi Amin banned Judaism. Since his overthrow, the Abayudaya Jewish community has worked to strengthen its communal religious identity while solidifying its place among global Jews.


Through stories of oppression and subsequent resilience, the Abayudaya community validates its religious identity in context of transnational experiences of conflict.

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