In 1917 Jews made up one third of the population of Baghdad, by 1947 they numbered 118,000. But now there are only seven Jews remaining in the city, living incognito until a Wikileaks release of an American embassy memo which named them and gave their addresses.
Alan Yentob, the BBC's creative director and himself an Iraqi Jew and Canon Andrew White, the Anglican vicar of Baghdad, discuss the implications.
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