AP In Morocco, tiny Jewish community grapples with virus impact Mosa'ab Elshamy Jun 4, 2020 Jun 4, 2020 Rabbi Levi Banon poses for a portrait in his home in Casablanca, Morocco, Thursday, May 28, 2020. Like many Muslim majority Arab countries with once-flourishing Jewish communities, the numbers in Morocco have dwindled. Roy Mittelman, director of the Jewish studies program at The City College of New York estimates it is 1,500 today, mostly in the city of Casablanca. Mosa'ab Elshamy Tags Religion Obituaries Coronavirus Infectious Diseases Diseases And Conditions Health Lung Disease 2019-2020 Coronavirus Pandemic Kosher Food Cuisines Food And Drink Lifestyle Purim Holidays Occasions Locations Morocco North Africa Africa Rabat Casablanca COUPON DEALS NEWSPAPER ADS This Week's Circulars Obituaries Smith, Jerry Proctor, James ALLEN, Craig Darnielle, Diane Lunt, Phyllis Most Popular Articles Images Videos ArticlesSorry, there are no recent results for popular articles. ImagesSorry, there are no recent results for popular images. VideosSorry, there are no recent results for popular videos.