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After practising in both South Africa and the United States, he moved to Israel, and worked both in private practice as well as in a hospital setting in Jerusalem.
Even if we exclude Israel from these figures, it takes only eight countries to reach that figure. North American Anglo Jewry (The United States and Canada) comprises 71% of the Diaspora and 46.4% of total world Jewry.He currently lives in London, where he lectures on Jewish thought and medical ethics for the Jewish learning exchange of Ohr Somayach. S., he moved to Israel where he practised both in hospital and general medicine in Jerusalem and engaged in a number of years Talmudic study and later teaching in Jewish thought and medical ethics in Jerusalem.Considered in isolation, without reference to the kiruv potential or finances of different places, demographics would require that these are the countries on which the lions share of outreach efforts ought to be focused.In 1939, there were 17 million Jews in the world, and by 1945 only 11 million.