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List of Chilean Jews

Chilean Jews are Chileans residing in the Republic of Chile who are of either Jewish ancestry or observe the Jewish faith.

In the 2012 Chilean census, 16,294 Chilean residents listed their religion as Judaism, an increase of 8.8% since 2002.[1][2] The actual Jewish community in Chile is estimated to be slightly larger.[3][4] Chilean Jews are found across the country, although the majority live in the cities of Santiago and Valparaíso, and are predominantly found in higher-paying professions and all walks of public life.[5] The Chilean Jewish population decreased in the political turmoil of the 1970s and 1980s, but their identity as Jews in Chile remains. Most Chilean Jews are Ashkenazim. Here is a list of some prominent Chilean Jews.

Contents

  • Actors 1
  • Sportspeople 2
  • Other notable Chileans of Jewish descent 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Actors

  • Shlomit Baytelman, actress[6]
  • Alejandro Cohen, actor[6]
  • Daniel Emilfork, actor[7]
  • Anita Klesky, actress[6]
  • Nissim Sharim, actor[8]
  • Jael Ünger, actress[6]

Sportspeople

Other notable Chileans of Jewish descent

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.ine.cl/cd2002/sintesiscensal.pdf
  2. ^ Censo: Comunidad Judía duda de las cifras sobre sus fieles
  3. ^ Poblaciones actuales de judíos.
  4. ^ Los judíos residentes en Chile
  5. ^ (Spanish) Judios en Chile.
  6. ^ a b c d e f [3] page 48: "Chile's best-known actors are Jewish, including Shlomit Baytelman, Alejandro Cohen, Anita Klesky, Jael Unger"
  7. ^ Daniel Emilfork obituary - Times Online
  8. ^ a b c d e f g The Virtual Jewish History Tour - Chile
  9. ^ Nicolas Massu
  10. ^ The Jewish Chronicle
  11. ^ VG: Artist Biography: Agosin, Majorie
  12. ^ La palabra israelita, Entrevista., a letter by Enrique Vainroj, August 24, 2007.
  13. ^ a b Instituto de Chile
  14. ^ a b c The Jewish Experience under Military Dictators in Chile and Argentina during 1970s and 1980s
  15. ^ La palabra israelita, Ministro Eduardo Bitrán en el Mercaz., September 29, 2006.
  16. ^ Volodia Teitelboim.
  17. ^ Cristopher Carpentier. Interview in Spanish
  18. ^ [4]
  19. ^ Roberto Dueñas. Article in Spanish
  20. ^ a b c Julián Elfenbein. Article in Spanish
  21. ^ Untitled Document
  22. ^ a b c Most Jewish gov’t outside Israel – in Chile - Israel Jewish Scene, Ynetnews
  23. ^ Tomás Hirsch.
  24. ^ Jeremías Israel. Article in Spanish
  25. ^ a b c Monthly Report
  26. ^ Alejandro Jodorowsky
  27. ^ a b La Ultima Gran Operacion De La Dina:
  28. ^ JewishJournal.com
  29. ^ The Jewish Experience under Military Dictators in Chile and Argentina during 1970s and 1980s
  30. ^ Manifestaciones, marchas y caminatas de solidaridad con el Estado de Israel
  31. ^ a b Milan Platovsky.
  32. ^ Sarika Rodrik La Tercera ::: Mujer.
  33. ^ Daniel Schidlow.
  34. ^ a b Miguel Schweitzer.
  35. ^ Detalle noticia
  36. ^ Gabriel Silber.
  37. ^ Iton Gadol
  38. ^ Revista QuéPasa

External links

  • Jews celebrate 100 years in Chile (El Mercurio)
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