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Bukhori is based on a substrate of classical Persian, with a large number of Hebrew loanwords, as well as smaller numbers of loanwords from other surrounding languages, including Uzbek and Russian.

During the Soviet Period, communists wanted Hebrew to be the language of culture and instruction in the Republic of Turkestan and in the Soviet’s People Republic of Bukhara.

In late 1921, the Turkestani People’s Commissariat of Education ordered that schools for Bukharan Jews to teach in Bukharic and not in Hebrew.

Throughout the years, Jews from other Eastern countries such as Iraq, Iran, Yemen, Syria, and Morocco migrated into Central Asia by way of the Silk Road, as did Jews who were exiled from Spain during the Spanish Inquisition; all these joined the Central Asian Jewish community and were later collectively known as Bukharian Jews. brought the Mongol invasion which also negatively impacted the Jewish communities. E., the area was invaded and occupied by nomadic Uzbek tribes who established strict observance of Islamic Sharia Law.

The Bukharian Jewish community was severely discriminated against and isolated from the other jews, as well as the Uzbek people.

There is also evidence of a Jewish presence from the 5th and 6th centuries C. The Arab conquest of Central Asia in the 8th century C. Under the fanatical Uzbeks, the Jews suffered considerable discrimination.

They were forced to wear a distinctive black and yellow costume to distinguish them from Muslims.

This organization is introducing to the public the unique story of the Bukharan Jews.