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Jews Around the Globe
While all Jews have roots in the Middle East, Mizrahi Jews never left it.
Amsterdam became a haven for Jewish refugees from the Inquisition.
Although most jews from core areas of this country survived, those in Bulgarian-occupied territories were deported to death camps.
More than 60,000 Greek Jews — out of a prewar population estimated at 72,000 — were murdered by the Nazis.
Though often confused with Sephardic Jews, Mizrahi Jews have a separate Middle Eastern heritage.
Sephardic memory and tradition at Shavuot.
Or, the story of how the so-called marranos returned to Judaism.
Piecing together legends and stories.
An exuberant Sephardic custom whose origins are the subject of debate
What Holocaust survivors taught this refugee from Laos.
A filmaker’s journey to uncover the story of Jews in Bollywood.
The heroes who endured torture and risked their lives to save Ethiopian Jews.