by Robin Beth Schaer

Standing Again in the Diaspora

A walk through The Museum of the Jewish Diaspora (Beit Ha’tefutsot) in Tel Aviv might lead one to believe that only men were taken from their homes in biblical Israel and scattered across the globe by the Assyrian, Greek and Roman conquests. Could it be that the Jewish community existed for 2,000 years without women? That is exactly how it appears on the walls of The Museum of the Jewish Diaspora.

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