In the Field | Apr 17, 2012 | 27:28

April 17, 2012 Part 2

In part two of this episode. A story about people who left Israel, partly to escape the constant threat of war.So where did they end up? New York? London? Los Angeles? Montreal? Nope.In all places...in Saint John New Brunswick, a city Where the once thriving Jewish community was in danger of extinction

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