The Jewish community of Spain has been hit hard by the coronavirus.
Catalonia’s Pyrenees mountains offered refuge to thousands, hiking through knee-deep snow and ice and avoiding Nazi border patrols.
How do you sum up 500 years of Sephardic history in just a couple of illustrations? That’s the challenge Kurt Hoffman had to answer in the pages of the Forward.
Aristides Sousa Mendes is in search of his past. His grandfather is lionized for saving Jews from the Nazis in Portugal-but it wasn’t always that way.
Madrid — The Spanish government expelled the Jews in 1492. In 2012, they said that they wanted us back. At a press conference that November, two ministers announced that any Sephardic Jew who wanted a Spanish passport could have one.
On a very hot day in Spain, Emma Rudolph cobbled together a Shabbat dinner with cold items from the market. It’s now her go-to summer Shabbat dish.