Place, priestly status and purity: the impact of genetic research on an Indian Jewish community
Developing World Bioethics 2003 December; 3(2): 178-185
The Bene Israel is a Jewish community in western India whose origins are unknown from conventional sources. This paper discusses a genetic ancestry study that mapped Bene Israel genealogies and the impact of the study on the Bene Israel.
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