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The racial and cultural schisms dividing the Mizrahi and Ashkenaz communities have never been more problematic, but can this soon come to an end?
Sigal Samuel says today’s white supremacist surge is pushing Ashkenazim into the racially ambiguous space occupied by Sephardic and Mizrahi Jews.
Just singing in Arabic isn’t enough.
What happens when Jews of color, including Sephardic and Mizrahi Jews, get together for a historic three-day gathering? Sigal Samuel found out.
When Adi Keissar launched the poetry series Ars Poetica, she had no idea it would become the best party in town — and the most significant cultural phenomenon in Israel today.
Israel’s Mizrahi Jews and indigenous Arabs were uniting in solidarity way back in the 1950s. So why is everyone talking about intersectionality as if it’s some foreign new idea?
Contemporary Israeli women are increasingly looking back to their grandparents’ Arabic, Persian and French dialects for inspiration — with great success.
An Israeli commercial that sells real estate to Ashkenazi Jews by making fun of Sephardim and Mizrahim has been pulled after a public outcry. But the damage is done, Sigal Samuel writes.
Of all days to commemorate the near-disappearance of Jewish communities in Arab countries, why choose November 30? Shayna Zamkanei argues that the date signifies a radical departure from the tenets of Zionism.