Old Mosul includes a quarter called 'Mhalet Al-Yahood', which is 'the Jewish Quarter' in English. Jews had lived in Mosul for centuries until the 1950s when they left Mosul and migrated to the newly established State of Israel. Currently, Mhalet Al-Yahood includes four Jewish relgious structures.
This project works on producing digital documentation of the Jewish religious structures in Old Mosul. Furthermore, the research traces the history of the Jewish community in the memory of the local community in Mosul, including the Jewish community's traditions in Mosul and their interaction with the other regious and ethnic groups in the city. The research aims to highligh that Old Mosul has been a peaceful and culturally and religiously diverse city.