Who knew that just last week, in the year 2015, there was a traditional Pesach Seder (well minus the now-traditional toilets and electricity that is, haha) being held in middle-of-nowhere rural African village called Mepakomhere, Zimbabwe?! I am not talking about the amazing...
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Dr. David B. Goldstein from Duke’s Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy talks about tracking the genetic history of the ancient Jewish priesthood (kohanim) and the Lost Tribe of Israel, the focus of his news book, “Jacob’s Legacy”.