There was once a thriving Jewish population in Georgia. Now just 3,200 Jewish believers remain. There have been Jews in Georgia for 26 centuries. The first are said to have settled in Western Georgia in Babylonian times following the invasion of Israel. Further waves entered fleeing persecution by the Byzantine Empire. Locals claim that at one point there was a […]
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