Watch: Jewish Morocco - Small But Still Vibrant

Only a few thousand remain in Morocco's 2,400-year-old Jewish community - but Jewish life is as colorful as ever.

Arutz Sheva Staff,

Lazama Synagogue in Marrakech
Lazama Synagogue in Marrakech

Although only 3,000 of Morocco's once 250,000-strong Jewish community remain today - one of the last Jewish communities remaining the Arab world - they are the guardians of a rich, ancient history and a colorful, surprisingly vibrant culture.