Traditionally residing in Beirut, Sidon and Ba’albek, Jews enjoy a relative level of autonomy in Lebanon, especially under Christian rule. However, after the Six Day War and especially after 1975, Jews pour out of Lebanon fearing for their security. Most go to Israel, some to Europe and the Americas. In 2013, less than 100 Jews remain in Lebanon.
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