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Jews have lived in Honduras since the times of the Inquisition. Today, some 40–50 Jewish families live in the country. The community is concentrated primarily in San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa. Other families are found in the port city of La Ceiba.

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  • Jewish Hondurans
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  • Jews have lived in Honduras since the times of the Inquisition. Today, some 40–50 Jewish families live in the country. The community is concentrated primarily in San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa. Other families are found in the port city of La Ceiba.
  • Jews have lived in Honduras since the times of the Inquisition. Today, some 40–50 Jewish families live in the country has more than 390 jewish people that had gained Honduran residence the last decade an thousands of descendants. The community is concentrated primarily in San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa. Other families are found in the port city of La Ceiba.
  • Jews have lived in Honduras since the times of the Inquisition. Today, some 40–50 Jewish families live in the country has more than 390 jewish people that had gained the Honduran residence in the last decade and thousands of non determined descendants all laong the Honduran pouplation. The community is concentrated primarily in San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa. Other families are found in the port city of La Ceiba.
  • Jews have lived in Honduras since the times of the Inquisition. Today, some 40–50 Jewish families live in the country has more than 390 jewish people that had gained the Honduran residence in the last decade and thousands of non determined descendants all along the Honduran pouplation. The community is concentrated primarily in San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa. Other families are found in the port city of La Ceiba.
  • Jews have lived in Honduras since the times of the Inquisition. Today more than 40–50 Jewish families live in the country has more than 390 jewish people had gained the Honduran residence in the last decade and thousands of non determined descendants all along the Honduran pouplation. The community is concentrated primarily in San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa. Other families are found in the port city of La Ceiba.
  • Jews have lived in Honduras since the times of the Inquisition. Today more than 40–50 Jewish families live in the country and has more than 390 jewish people that had gained the Honduran residence in the last decade and thousands of non determined descendants all along the Honduran pouplation. The community is concentrated primarily in San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa. Other families are found in the port city of La Ceiba.
  • Jews have lived in Honduras since the times of the Inquisition. Today more than 40–50 Jewish families live in the country and has more than 390 jewish people that had gained the Honduran residence in the last decade and thousands of non determined descendants all along the Honduran population. The community is concentrated primarily in San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa. Other families are found in the port city of La Ceiba.
  • Jewish people have lived in Honduras since the times of the Inquisition. Today more than 40–50 Jewish families live in the country and has more than 390 Jewish people moved to Honduras in the last decade along with thousands of non-determined descendants all along the Honduran population. The Jewish community in Honduras is concentrated primarily in San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa along with the port city of La Ceiba.
  • Jewish people have lived in Honduras since the times of the Inquisition. Today more than 40 to 50 Jewish families live in the country and more than 390 Jewish people have moved to Honduras in the last decade along with thousands of non-determined descendants all along the Honduran population. The Jewish community in Honduras is concentrated primarily in San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa along with the port city of La Ceiba.
  • The history of the Jews in Honduras begins in the colonial period, during the proceedings of the Inquisition. As of April 2020, Honduras is home to approximately 40 Jews, making it one of the smallest Jewish populations in Central America. However, Honduran Jews are able to practice Judaism peacefully, and are included in Honduran politics and culture. The Jewish community is primarily concentrated in Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula, where there are also synagogues. Honduras was one of the first countries to recognize the State of Israel in 1948, and the Jewish community in Honduras has benefited greatly from Israeli aid.
  • The history of the Jews in Honduras begins in the colonial period, during the proceedings of the Inquisition. As of April 2020, Honduras is home to approximately 390 Jews, giving it one of the smallest Jewish populations in Central America. However, Honduran Jews are able to practice Judaism peacefully, and are included in Honduran politics and culture. The Jewish community is primarily concentrated in Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula, where there are synagogues. Honduras was one of the first countries to recognize the State of Israel, in 1948, and the Jewish community in Honduras has benefited greatly from Israeli aid.
  • The history of the Jews in Honduras begins in the colonial period, during the proceedings of the Inquisition. As of April 2020, Honduras is home to approximately 390 Jews, giving it one of the smallest Jewish populations in Central America. Honduran Jews are able to practice Judaism peacefully and are included in Honduran politics and culture. The Jewish community is primarily concentrated in Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula, where there are synagogues. Honduras was one of the first countries to recognize the State of Israel, in 1948, and the Jewish community in Honduras has benefited greatly from Israeli aid.
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  • History of the Jews in Honduras
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  • Jews have lived in Honduras since the times of the Inquisition. Today, some 40–50 Jewish families live in the country. The community is concentrated primarily in San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa. Other families are found in the port city of La Ceiba.
  • Jews have lived in Honduras since the times of the Inquisition. Today, some 40–50 Jewish families live in the country has more than 390 jewish people that had gained Honduran residence the last decade an thousands of descendants. The community is concentrated primarily in San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa. Other families are found in the port city of La Ceiba.
  • Jews have lived in Honduras since the times of the Inquisition. Today, some 40–50 Jewish families live in the country has more than 390 jewish people that had gained the Honduran residence in the last decade and thousands of non determined descendants all laong the Honduran pouplation. The community is concentrated primarily in San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa. Other families are found in the port city of La Ceiba.
  • Jews have lived in Honduras since the times of the Inquisition. Today, some 40–50 Jewish families live in the country has more than 390 jewish people that had gained the Honduran residence in the last decade and thousands of non determined descendants all along the Honduran pouplation. The community is concentrated primarily in San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa. Other families are found in the port city of La Ceiba.
  • Jews have lived in Honduras since the times of the Inquisition. Today more than 40–50 Jewish families live in the country has more than 390 jewish people had gained the Honduran residence in the last decade and thousands of non determined descendants all along the Honduran pouplation. The community is concentrated primarily in San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa. Other families are found in the port city of La Ceiba.
  • Jews have lived in Honduras since the times of the Inquisition. Today more than 40–50 Jewish families live in the country and has more than 390 jewish people that had gained the Honduran residence in the last decade and thousands of non determined descendants all along the Honduran pouplation. The community is concentrated primarily in San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa. Other families are found in the port city of La Ceiba.
  • Jews have lived in Honduras since the times of the Inquisition. Today more than 40–50 Jewish families live in the country and has more than 390 jewish people that had gained the Honduran residence in the last decade and thousands of non determined descendants all along the Honduran population. The community is concentrated primarily in San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa. Other families are found in the port city of La Ceiba.
  • Jewish people have lived in Honduras since the times of the Inquisition. Today more than 40–50 Jewish families live in the country and has more than 390 Jewish people moved to Honduras in the last decade along with thousands of non-determined descendants all along the Honduran population. The Jewish community in Honduras is concentrated primarily in San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa along with the port city of La Ceiba.
  • Jewish people have lived in Honduras since the times of the Inquisition. Today more than 40 to 50 Jewish families live in the country and more than 390 Jewish people have moved to Honduras in the last decade along with thousands of non-determined descendants all along the Honduran population. The Jewish community in Honduras is concentrated primarily in San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa along with the port city of La Ceiba.
  • The history of the Jews in Honduras begins in the colonial period, during the proceedings of the Inquisition. As of April 2020, Honduras is home to approximately 40 Jews, making it one of the smallest Jewish populations in Central America. However, Honduran Jews are able to practice Judaism peacefully, and are included in Honduran politics and culture. The Jewish community is primarily concentrated in Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula, where there are also synagogues. Honduras was one of the first countries to recognize the State of Israel in 1948, and the Jewish community in Honduras has benefited greatly from Israeli aid.
  • The history of the Jews in Honduras begins in the colonial period, during the proceedings of the Inquisition. As of April 2020, Honduras is home to approximately 390 Jews, giving it one of the smallest Jewish populations in Central America. However, Honduran Jews are able to practice Judaism peacefully, and are included in Honduran politics and culture. The Jewish community is primarily concentrated in Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula, where there are synagogues. Honduras was one of the first countries to recognize the State of Israel, in 1948, and the Jewish community in Honduras has benefited greatly from Israeli aid.
  • The history of the Jews in Honduras begins in the colonial period, during the proceedings of the Inquisition. As of April 2020, Honduras is home to approximately 390 Jews, giving it one of the smallest Jewish populations in Central America. Honduran Jews are able to practice Judaism peacefully and are included in Honduran politics and culture. The Jewish community is primarily concentrated in Tegucigalpa and San Pedro Sula, where there are synagogues. Honduras was one of the first countries to recognize the State of Israel, in 1948, and the Jewish community in Honduras has benefited greatly from Israeli aid.
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