VIDEO - Sparkling chandeliers and ancient prayer books are what welcomed Ynet reporter Ron Ben-Yishai at what he called the elegant and well-maintained French synagogue in the heart of Dasascus’ old city. In this Ynet exclusive, Ben-Yishai shares his Yom Kippur experience at Syria’s last remaining synagogue. Syria’s Jewish community, which once included tens of thousands of people, has dwindled to merely several dozen. No one can say for sure how many Jews remain in the country today, but Damascus’ Jewish community head claims there are between 100 to 150 Jews left in the capital. Some 20 more are assumed scattered in other cities. According to Jewish Agency estimates, 50 or 60 Jews live in Damascus today, none remain in Halab, and one family of five still lives in the town of Kamishli in Syria's north.