After centuries of Jewish life in Barbados, the historic synagogue is beautifully restored—but the community itself faces an uncertain future
For Brooklyn’s Syrian Jews, an annual trip to the Caribbean island has become a family tradition
Israel’s consul general in New York, Ambassador Dani Dayan, explores Jewish history in his travels from Zhashkov to St. Thomas, and reflects on the obligations that unite the world’s Jews.
Jewish slaveowners celebrate Passover in 17th-century Suriname
In my daughter’s eyes, nose, and spirit, I see her strong, diverse foremothers
Holiday celebrations bring together the island’s diverse Jewish community
Though only a tiny fraction of what it was in the 18th century, Barbados’s Jewish community—and its 1750 synagogue—still stand proud
How the Mossad assassinated my tropical vacation