Catalans and Jews
Numbering between 10,000 and 15,000, Barcelona’s Jews are not of the same opinion when it comes to Catalan independence.
By RABBI STEPHEN BERKOWITZ
November 21, 2017 14:11
3 minute read.
Several Jews were among those attending a unity march in Barcelona on October 29, with a sea of Spanish and Catalan flags in the background.
(photo credit: STEPHEN BERKOWITZ)
NEXT YEAR, Barcelona celebrates the 100th anniversary of the creation of the Comunidad Israelita de Barcelona, the first synagogue established in Spain since 1492.It is a home to a very diverse population of native and foreign-born Jews of Catalan, Spanish, Turkish, Greek, Moroccan, Latin American, Central and Eastern European descent reinforced by the recent arrival of Jews from France, Israel, South America, the former Soviet Union and other parts of Europe.
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