Speaker: Rahel Musleah
There were once 150,000 Jews in Iraq. Today, there are 5. What happened to this illustrious community, the birthplace of the Babylonian Talmud and a rich source of cultural and scholarly life throughout the centuries?
Award-winning journalist, Rahel Musleah, who can trace her roots back to 17th century Baghdad, will lead us on a virtual tour of Iraqi history, customs, rituals, and music through visurals, songs and stories.