The New York Times has reported that after the decades of decline, the Jewish population of New York City is growing again, increasing to nearly 1.1 million, fueled by the explosive growth of the Hasidic and other Orthodox communities. Reform and Conservative movements each lost about 40,000 members between 2002 and 2011. The New York area’s Jewish population is the largest in the world outside of Israel. It composes about one-third of the American Jewish population, which has been estimated at around six million.

 

 

New York Gallery


American Flags  New York Central Synagogue   Empire State Building 
American Flags  New York Central Synagogue Empire State Building
     
     
34th Street  Reflection  New York Traffic 
34th Street  Reflection New York Traffic 
     
     
  Skyscrapers Dome of the old synagougue  The Dome of the Synagouge 
Skyscrapers Judaic Sculpture    The Dome
   
     
New York View From The Top Bridge Over Hudson New York Subway Tracks
View From The Top Bridge Over Hudson Subway Tracks
     
     
New York Rooftops New York Under The Clouds New York Concrete Jungle
Rooftops Under The Clouds Concrete Jungle
     
     
Flags and Skyscrapers  Barge On The Hudson River  Reflection 
Flags and Skyscrapers   Barge On The Hudson River   Dome Reflection  
     
     
Orange Glow over Manhattan  Street Light Row  City Peaks 
Orange Glow Over NY  Street Light Row   City Peaks