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In 1793, Rabbi Yosef Maimon, a Sephardic Jew from Tetuan, Morocco and prominent kabbalist in Safed, traveled to Bukhara and found the local Jews in a very bad state. Maimon was disappointed to see so many Jews lacking knowledge and observance of their religious customs and Jewish law.He became a spiritual leader, aiming to educate and revive the Jewish community's observance and faith in Judaism.The appellative Bukharian was adopted by Bukharan Jews who moved to English-speaking countries, in an anglicisation of the Hebrew Bukhari.However, Bukharan was the term used historically by English writers, as it was for other aspects of Bukhara.Among Bukharan Jews, there are two ancient theories of how Jewish people settled in Central Asia.One theory is that Bukharan Jews may be descended from the Tribe of Naphtali and the Tribe of Issachar of the Lost Tribes of Israel The Bukharan Jews are considered one of the oldest ethno-religious groups of Central Asia and over the years they have developed their own distinct culture.In 1843 the Bukharan Jews were visited by the so-called "Eccentric Missionary", Joseph Wolff, a Jewish convert to Christianity who had set himself the broad task of finding the Lost Tribes of Israel and the narrow one of seeking two British officers who had been captured by the Emir, Nasrullah Khan.

Their name comes from the former Central Asian Emirate of Bukhara, which once had a sizable Jewish community.There was a case when Caliph Umar had ordered the destruction of a mosque, which was built illegally on Jewish land.Before the construction of the first synagogue, Jews had shared a place in a mosque with Muslims.Around 1620, the first synagogue was constructed at Bukhara city.This was done in contravention of the law prescribed to Caliph Omar who forbade the construction of new non-Muslim places of worship including synagogues as well as forbade the destruction of those that existed in the pre-Islamic period.

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