Interesting piece by Brooke Anderson for the San Francisco Chronicle, “Jews in Syria say life easier, but few are left”.
Even though most of his friends and relatives have left, Albert Cameo says he will never abandon Syria.
“My family has always been here,” said Cameo, 68, a retired tailor and president of Syria’s estimated 200-member Jewish community. “It’s important for some of us to stay here to keep our traditions.”
You can read the full article here.