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Professor William Miles of Northeastern University recounts his travels to Abuja to celebrate both Hanukkah and the Bar Mitzvah of Hezekiah, the son of Abuja’s Synagogue Leader, Sar Habakkuk Nwafor.
Paperback, 184 Pages, 2012. 
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Be transported to Africa with this beautiful collection of photographs, contained in a handsomely-bound coffee table book.
Hardcover, 36 Pages, 2014. 
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Scholar Remy Ilona of Nigeria presents and analyzes Judaic practices and concepts within the Igbo People of Nigeria.
Kindle, 300 Pages, 2012. 
Black Jews in Africa and the Americas tells the fascinating story of how the Ashanti, Tutsi, Igbo, Zulu, Beta Israel, Maasai, and many other African peoples came to think of themselves as descendants of the ancient tribes of Israel. Pursuing medieval and modern European race narratives over a millennium in which not only were Jews cast as black but black Africans were cast as Jews, Tudor Parfitt reveals a complex history of the interaction between religious and racial labels and their political uses.
240 Pages, 2013
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