Jews in the world

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The vast majority of Jews around the world live amongst their non-Jewish neighbours and could not easily be recognised as Jewish on the street. For example, a Jewish Indian woman might wear a sari, while a Jewish Moroccan bride will wear a highly ornate wedding dress, common in Morocco.

Many Jews prefer to live in large Jewish communities for the convenience of being close to Jewish schools, synagogues, kosher food shops and whatever allows them to live a religious cultural life.