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In 2001, 8 countries had a Jewish population of 100,000 or more; another 5 countries had 50,000 or more.
In Russia and other former Soviet countries, Orthodoxy is the overwhelming presence.By 2080, the data suggested, the Jewish community there would be virtually non-existent.Among the study's conclusions was that Israel would be home to the world's largest Jewish community as early as 2020, and the majority of the world's Jews by 2050.Claims by Reform in Russia are widely exaggerated, with many of the Reform communities barely existing or not at all.
Orthodox shuls are the majority in Germany too, though other streams of Judaism remain well represented.Most Klei Kodesh in Mexico today are from Argentina. In the same period, according to the study, the number of Jews in Israel would likely double, swelling to 10 million.