Jews of Nigeria, A Documentary FilmDVD - 2012
"When the Internet was introduced into the more rural parts of southeast Nigeria, it opened the eyes of a few young Igbo people and began answering some difficult questions of identity. For Shmuel (who was then called Sam), the nagging question he wanted answered was whether there was any truth to the long-told lore that the Igbo people were once Jews. He began by comparing Hebrew traditions to Igbo traditions, and what he found astounded him. The similarities were so convincing that it sent him off on a journey in the quest to find other Igbo people who might be practicing Judaism."--Container.
Publisher: New York City : Re-emerging Films, ©2012
Description: 1 videodisc (96 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Branch Call Number: DVD 296.09669 Lie