galuth

galuth

(ɡɑːˈluːt) or

galut

n
(Peoples) the exile of Jews, especially from Palestine
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Immigrants created synagogues in Israel too, reestablishing the synagogues of the galuth (Diaspora).
The Hebrew term galut (also golus, galuth ) expresses the Jew 's feeling of living as a member of a relatively defenseless minority, subject to injustice if not to outright persecution, of an unfulfilled life and destiny as a Jew, and of living in an unredeemed -- though not unredeemable -- world.