BELLO, Colombia — They were committed evangelicals, devoted to Jesus Christ.
But what some here called a spark, an inescapable pull of their
ancestors, led them in a different direction, to Judaism. There were
the grandparents who wouldn’t eat pork, the fragments of a Jewish tongue
from medieval Spain that spiced up the language, and puzzling family
rituals such as the lighting of candles on Friday nights.
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