Sejarah Yahudi di Italia

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Sejarah Yahudi di Italia berjalan selama lebih dari dua ribu tahun. Keberadaan Yahudi di Italia bermula dari periode Romawi pra-Kristen dan berlanjut, meskipun periode penindasan dan pengusiran ekstrim, sampai saat ini. Pada 2007, perkiraan populasi Yahudi murni di Italia berjumlah sekitar 45,000.[1]

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  1. ^ As reported by the American Jewish Yearbook (2007), on a total Italian population of circa 60 million people, which therefore is approx. 0.075%. Greater concentrations are in Rome and Milan. Cf. the demographic statistics by Sergio DellaPergola, published on World Jewish Population, American Jewish Committee, 2007.URL accessed 13 March 2013. As data originate from records kept by the various Italian Jewish congregations (which means they register "observant" Jews who have somehow had to go through basic rituals such as the Brit Milah or Bar/Bat Mitzvah etc.). Excluded are therefore "ethnic Jews", lay Jews, atheist/agnostic Jews, et al. – cfr. "Who is a Jew?". If these are added, then the total population would increase, possibly to approx. 45,000 Jews in Italy, not counting recent migrations from North Africa and Eastern Europe.

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