A small Jewish community that settled along the Yellow River more than 1,000 years ago finds itself an unlikely victim in the recent political crackdown
In Kaifeng, Henan Province, an ancient community of Chinese Jews has not faced arrests, but public gathering places have been abandoned, and the residents feel they are being watched. There is also a rumor that one resident applied successfully for asylum in the United States to escape religious persecution.
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May 26, 2017