Israel’s religious services minister reportedly called Reform Jews “a disaster for the people of Israel.”
Spain’s lower house gave final approval to a law offering citizenship to descendants of Sephardic Jews.
Spain’s Congress is poised to vote on final amendments that would make it possible for descendants of Sephardic Jews to apply for citizenship.
Spain’s embassy in Ankara disputed a New York Times article claiming that thousands of Turkish Jews have applied for Spanish citizenship amid growing concern about anti-Semitism.
Once, Sephardic influence on Seattle’s farmer’s market was palpable. Today, you can still hear just a few traces of Ladino there.
The Jewish community of Porto opened a museum in the northern Portuguese city.
Jonathan Katz is all for embracing Jewish culture. But he is wary of some who promote Ashkenazi heritage as a way of excluding others — like Sephardi Jews or people of color.
Ri Turner argues that embracing Ashkenazi culture is not just about knowing our roots. It’s necessary to help end racism within and outside the Jewish community.
On a nondescript Brooklyn street stands Mizrahi Bookstore. The only Sephardic bookstore in the borough houses over 60,000 volumes — and even more incredible stories.
Dozens of Portuguese Jews were set to convene on an island in the Atlantic Ocean for the rededication of the country’s oldest intact synagogue.