Baghdad's Dwindling Community of Jews NPR's Guy Raz in Baghdad reports on Iraq's tiny Jewish community. The Jewish population in the Iraqi capital has dwindled from a high of around 250,000 in the 1940s to just 35 Jews left today.

Baghdad's Dwindling Community of Jews

Baghdad's Dwindling Community of Jews

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NPR's Guy Raz in Baghdad reports on Iraq's tiny Jewish community. The Jewish population in the Iraqi capital has dwindled from a high of around 250,000 in the 1940s to just 35 Jews left today.

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