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I remember feeling shocked when I learned that my Jewish boyfriend, now husband, had grown up with a female rabbi.
My surprise was two-fold: one that his rabbi wasn’t a man and secondly, that as a feminist, I even cared. And yet, it wasn’t until the issue of women bishops reached boiling point last year, and I lent my support to those trying to push the General Synod for female inclusion at the highest ranks of Christianity, I felt it time to explore my own illogical hypocrisy.
It is followed by New York, with 1.9 million, Haifa 655,000, Los Angeles 621,000, Jerusalem 570,000, and southeast Florida 514,000.
In 2001, 8 countries had a Jewish population of 100,000 or more; another 5 countries had 50,000 or more.
Am I less ambitious in my religious life than I am in my secular one? Male-led religions present a big dilemma to feminists in the modern world. But as they say, faith begins often where logic ends.
Europe was decimated of its Jewish population and Israel and America became the new major centers of Jewry.France, the Soviet Union and Hungary were the three Holocaust-hit countries left with reasonable populations.The war left 250,000 displaced Jews who were mainly supported by the Joint Distribution Committee until they could relocate. The Moslem countries emptied out, and the world Jewish population has continued to consolidate over time in fewer countries with large urban Jewish populations over time.There is not a single Diaspora country where Jews amounted to 2.5 percent of the total population. Gibraltar (24.), United States (20.1), Canada (11.9), France (8.8), Uruguay (6.7), Argentina (5.3), Hungary (5.2), and Australia (5.1)What this means is that 90% of world Jewry is contained in only 6 countries. South Africa and Australia, also English speaking, are also reckoned in the first 14 countries.Even if we exclude Israel from these figures, it takes only eight countries to reach that figure. North American Anglo Jewry (The United States and Canada) comprises 71% of the Diaspora and 46.4% of total world Jewry.