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With the defeat of the Berber resistance many of the Jewish tribes were forced to convert to Islam.

Remnants of longstanding Jewish communities remain in Morocco, Tunisia and the Spanish cities of Ceuta and Melilla, with a much-diminished but still-vibrant community on the island of Djerba (Tunisia).

These include: Although not all African Jews are religious, most of the practices found in African Jewish communities are Orthodox in nature, enabling the communities to remain strong and united in spirit and belief.

The most ancient communities of African Jews known to the Western world are the Sephardic and Mizrahi Jews of North Africa.

Communities which were largely unknown in the West until (in most cases), quite recently, are the many so-called “Black [African] Jews”, such as the Lemba (Malawi, Zimbabwe, region of Venda in South Africa) and the Beta Israel (Ethiopia).

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The Beta Israel of Ethiopia were recognized by the Israeli government as legally Jewish in 1975, and many of them were air-lifted to Israel during the time of Prime Minister Menahem Begin; significant immigration continues into the 21st century.Begin had obtained an official ruling from the Israeli Sephardi Chief Rabbi (or Rishon Le Tzion) Ovadia Yosef that they were descendants of the Ten Lost Tribes, probably from the Tribe of Dan, as there are rabbinical responsa that discussed issues concerning them going back hundreds of years; however, historical and DNA evidence suggest different origins.Rabbi Yosef ruled that upon arrival in Israel they must undergo a pro forma conversion to Judaism, and declare their allegiance to a halachic way of life and the Jewish people in conformity with practices followed by Orthodox Rabbinical Judaism, but didn’t demand the normal rigid requirements the halacha imposes on potential gentile proselytes, (such as a brit milah or immersion in a mikveh).Since in Ethiopia the Beta Israel community was for the most part unaware of the Talmud.They did however have their own Oral Law, which in some cases was similar to the practices of Karaite Judaism.A number of tribes, including the Jarawa, Uled Jari, and some tribes of the Daggatun people, converted to Judaism.