Asian Jews from Steppe to Sea
One the “bridge between Islamic and Jewish countries” and the other the largest Muslim nation in the world, Kazakhstan and Indonesia have strikingly different attitudes towards their Jewish communities. While the former hosts the largest synagogue in Central Asia despite being a Muslim-majority country, the latter pushes Jewish religious expression to the margins and sees rampant, politically opportunistic anti-Semitism. The Jakarta Post takes a comparative look at the conditions faced by Kazakhstani and Indonesian Jews.
Read the full feature at the Jakarta Post.