While rabbis and Jewish institutions are becoming more conservative in Italy, the same cannot be said of the majority of Italian Jews, reports Anna Momigliano.
Anna Momigliano is an Italian journalist. She is an editor of Studio, a bimonthly magazine, and a frequent contributor to the leading Italian newspaper Il Corriere della Sera. She is the author of a book on Israeli youth, Karma Kosher (Marsilio, Venice 2009) and recently published a biography of Bashar Al-Assad in Italian. Follower her on Twitter: @annamomi
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