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the body of Jews (or Jewish communities) outside Palestine or modern Israel

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the dispersion of the Jews outside Israel

the dispersion or spreading of something that was originally localized (as a people or language or culture)

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He pointed out that the aim of the project was to encourage investments from the diaspora and to work through the grant project with companies that have already been registered or are under registration process.
IOM, the UN Migration Agency announced today the launch of a programme intended to do just that - enhancing the engagement of Albanian diaspora to the social and economic development of Albania.
Thiruvananthapuram: The Kerala budget for the 2018-19 fiscal saw the largest ever allocation of Rs80 crore being set aside for various initiatives for the state's diaspora.
Shittu, however, said 'the aim of the summit is, therefore, to galvanize Nigerian businessmen and women in the diaspora and their counterparts in UK business environment along with international investors to establish new businesses in Nigeria.
The diaspora is aware that the President of Armenia Sarsgysan and his team want only to use it as a moneybag.
The Hague [Netherlands], Jan 9 ( ANI ): The National Indian Diaspora Council (NIDC) brought together representatives of various Indian organisations in the Netherlands to celebrate Indian Diaspora Day (Pravasi Bhartiya Divas) here on January 7.
According to the Kenya Diaspora Alliance chairperson Shem Ochuodho, the inflows are from the approximated three million Kenyans living abroad with a bigger chunk of it coming from North America and Europe.
Afreximbank had integrated the Diaspora in its intra-African Trade Strategy, given the Diaspora's size and importance as well as the experience of other countries.
The publication marks the end of the ODP initiative carried out between 2011 and 2015 and encompassing such wide-ranging studies as diaspora engagement in war-torn societies and in politics and international relations, impact of faith-based community organizations on diaspora inclusion and exclusion in London, African diasporas within Africa, and many others.
Emphasizing for the more vibrant role of the Pakistani and Kashmiri Diaspora abroad, particularly those in Britain and European Countries, for raising the urgency of the just and principled settlement of the much-delayed Kashmir issue, the AJK President called upon the formers to lend all of their energies for highlighting the national Kashmir cause to muster the maximum sympathies of the external world towards the early solution of the lingering conflict.
Diaspora ID -- designed by the private company Netways and financed by a $1 million grant from USAID -- seeks to virtually connect Lebanese entrepreneurs outside and inside the country, thus spawning mutually beneficial business relationships.
Experts stress that this is not the way to give "gratitude" to the billions of Albanians from the Diaspora who come to Macedonia every year, and are used as the main driver of economy and contribute for crucial political moments.
The author discusses the sociolinguistic development of the Jewish diasporas and how Jewish multilingualism was created and transformed by 2,000 years of exile and diaspora and how it was modified by the return to Jerusalem that reestablished Jewish sovereignty in its original homeland, focusing on the social, political, economic, and religious conditions involved, rather than the modifications of lexicon, morphology, and syntax.
A new study done in honor of the Week of Connection to Diaspora Jewry shows how deep the connection between Israel's Jews and Diaspora Jews really is.
This book is the long-expected first book on the politics and history of the Circassian diaspora in Turkey in English that covers an ambitious time frame, ranging from the last period of the Ottoman Empire to 2011.