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The Jews of India: A Lost Tribe?

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The Jews of India: A Lost Tribe?

The Jews of India: A Lost Tribe?

The Jews of India: A Lost Tribe?

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Members of a tribal group in northern India believe they're the living descendants of one of the "lost tribes" of Israel described in ancient chronicles of the Jewish diaspora. They have converted to Judaism. Miranda Kennedy reports.

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