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South American Jews coalescence around new Torah in Manhattan

Members of the Latin Jewish Center come from almost every country of South America but most are immigrants from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and Venezuela.

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Nearly 300 Latin American Jews gathered on the evening of Dec. 4, 2011 to celebrate the inauguration of their first community Torah of the Jewish Latin Center in New York.

Members of the Latin Jewish Center come from almost every country of South America but most are immigrants from Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and Venezuela who moved to the United States to continue with graduate studies and launch professional careers. Many are descendants from Holocaust survivors. Some have made the U.S. their new home and even have started their own families.

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