The Jews are an ethnoreligious group that is widely scattered and linguistically diverse. Controversial throughout their long history, they have been victims of discrimination, persecution, and genocide. A majority of Jews today reside either in the United States or in Israel.
-- Patrick Johnstone, The Future of the Global Church, p. 90
Peoples within this cluster:
Bik, Tat; Dzhidi; Jew; Jew, Arabic Speaking; Jew, Black; Jew, Bukharic Speaking; Jew, Czech Speaking; Jew, Eastern Yiddish-Speaking; Jew, Egyptian Speaking; Jew, English Speaking; Jew, Ethiopian; Jew, French-Speaking; Jew, Georgian; Jew, Hungarian Speaking; Jew, Iraqi; Jew, Israeli; Jew, Judeo-Berber; Jew, Judeo-Persian; Jew, Kurdish; Jew, Kurdit; Jew, Maghrebi; Jew, Polish; Jew, Portuguese; Jew, Romanian; Jew, Russian; Jew, Spanish; Jew, Spanish Speaking; Jew, Syrian; Jew, Tunisian; Lishanan
Countries where they are found:
Algeria; Argentina; Australia; Azerbaijan; Bahrain; Brazil; Canada; Colombia; Cuba; Czechia; Egypt; Ethiopia; France; Georgia; Germany; Hungary; Iran; Iraq; Israel; Kazakhstan; Kyrgyzstan; Moldova; Morocco; Netherlands; New Zealand; Panama; Poland; Russia; Singapore; South Africa; Spain; Suriname; Switzerland; Tunisia; Turkey; Turkmenistan; United Kingdom; United States; Uruguay; Uzbekistan; Venezuela; Yemen
Unreached people groups:
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