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American Sephardi Federation – Home | Facebook

| January 26, 2019

At the Crossroads of Sephardic, Mizrahi, and Russian-Speaking Worlds: A Three-Part Learning and Cultural Series on the Greater Sephardic Communities of the Former Soviet Union Back by popular demand, the American Sephardi Federation's Young Sephardi Scholars Series is excited to once again host a 3-part learning and cultural series on the Russian-speaking Jewish (RSJ) communities of the Greater Sephardic world. The cultures and histories of Bukharian, Georgian, and Kavkazi (M...ountain) Jews are situated at the fascinating, yet lesser known, intersection of RSJ, Sephardic and Mizrahi life.

Sephardic Studies – UW Stroum Center for Jewish Studies

| December 24, 2018

Dr. Devin Naar, Sephardic Studies Program Chair & Isaac Alhadeff Professor of Sephardic Studies Dr. Devin E.

Sephardic Jews: History, Religion and People: Ron D Hart …

| December 20, 2018

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Eastern Sephardim – Wikipedia

| November 6, 2018

Eastern Sephardim are a distinctive sub-group of Sephardi Jews, mostly descended from families expelled and exiled from Iberia as Jews in the 15th century following the Alhambra Decree of 1492 in Spain and the decree of 1497 in Portugal.

Sephardi Jews | Religion-wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

| October 8, 2018

Sephardi Jews (Yahadut Sfarad) Total population Sephardi Jews1.52.0 million (estimate)up to 20% of the total 'Jewish World' population Regions with significant populations Israel 725,000 France 350,000 United States 100,000 Argentina 60,000 Canada 60,000 Brazil 60,000 Mexico 40,000 Venezuela 35,000 Uruguay 30,000 Italy 30,000 Turkey 25,000 United Kingdom 18,000 Spain 12,000 Greece 8,500 Chile 8.000 Morocco 6,000 Bulgaria 5,000 Colombia 5,000 Cuba 3,500 Serbia 3,000 Croatia 3,000 Peru 3,000 Portugal 2,500 Tunisia 1,000 Puerto Rico 1,500 Bosnia and Herzegovina 1,200 Netherlands 1,000 Gibraltar 600 Philippines 500 Republic of Macedonia 200 Egypt 100 Languages Historical: Ladino, Haketia, Judeo-Portuguese, Catalanic, Shuadit, local languages Modern: Local languages, primarily Hebrew, French, English, Spanish, Arabic Judaism Ashkenazi Jews, Mizrahi Jews, other Jewish ethnic divisions, Arabs, Spaniards, Portuguese.

Sephardim.com – Sephardic surnames

| October 3, 2018

This site was created by Yoram Zara, Adv.Yoram is as Israeli attorney with offices in Portugaland Israel. Yoram specializes in obtaining Portuguese citizenship for Sephardi Jews. The information in this siteused to appear on the sitewww.sephardim.com Harry Steins website, SEPHARDIM.COM, has been for a long time one of the major websites for Sephardic genealogy on the Internet

Edict of Expulsion – Wikipedia

| September 25, 2018

This article is about the 1290 Edict of Expulsion from England. For the 1492 Edict of Expulsion from Spain, see Alhambra Decree. For other historic instances of Jews being expelled from the lands where they resided, see Jewish refugees

The Jews of Spain: A History of the Sephardic Experience …

| August 19, 2018

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Sephardi Jews | Familypedia | FANDOM powered by Wikia

| August 16, 2018

Sephardi Jews (Yahadut Sfarad) Total population Sephardi Jews2,200,000up to 16% of world Jewish population Regions with significant populations Israel 1.4 million France 300,000400,000 United States 200,000300,000 Argentina 50,000 Turkey 26,000 United Kingdom 8,000 Colombia 7,000 Morocco 6,000 Greece 6,000 Tunisia 2,000 Bosnia and Herzegovina 2,000 Panama 8,000 Languages Historical: Ladino, Arabic, Haketia, Judeo-Portuguese, Berber, Catalanic, Shuadit, local languages Modern: Local languages, primarily Hebrew, French, English, Spanish, Turkish, Portuguese, Italian, Ladino, Arabic.

Ashkenazim and Sephardim – Jewish History

| August 8, 2018

For the last 1,000 years the Jewish people have, for themost part, been grouped into two categories: Ashkenaz and Sepharad.Contemporary Ashkenazim are Yiddish-speaking Jews and descendants ofYiddish-speaking Jews. Sephardim originate in the Iberian Peninsula andthe Arabic lands. While there are differences in culture, language, genetics,and nuances of ritual observance, the commonalities between the two groups aremuch stronger than what divides them.


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