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The Sephardic House Hotel – Hotels in Jerusalem

| April 22, 2016

A unique hotel in Jerusalem's Jewish Quarter in the Old City.

Jewish-Sephardic song, Flory Jagoda – Oco Kandelikas …

| April 5, 2016

Hanuka linda sta aki Oco kandelas para mi. O... Una kandelika Dos kandelikas Trez kandelikas Kuatro kandelikas Sintju kandelikas Se kandelikas Siete kandelikas Oco kandelikas para mi

The Term “Sephardic Jew,” by Sarina Roffe

| April 4, 2016

Many researchers believe the term "Sephardic" originally referred to Jews living in and later expelled from Spain in 1492. Today the term "Sephardic" has come to be accepted as a reference to the Jewish exiles and their descendants who settled in countries along the Mediterranean Sea, North Africa, the Balkans, Italy, Syria and Palestine, as well as indigenous Jews who already lived in these places.

Help Support Congregation Zichron Binyamin/Kollel Ohel …

| April 1, 2016

[COMMUNICATED CONTENT] Congregation Zichron Binyamin was founded in 1998 to serve the growing Sephardic populationin Lakewood. Within a year the original group of twelve had grown tremendously, with ZichronBinyamin hosting a morning and evening kollel

Sephardic Studies – UW Stroum Jewish Studies

| March 9, 2016

The Sephardic Studies Program has already energized student, faculty, and community involvement in Sephardic history and culture through innovative research opportunities, new courses, and public lectures. The Sephardic Studies Program has quickly become a world-renowned center for the study of Sephardic history and culture, as well as the Ladino language. Learn more > Make a gift to support Sephardic Studies at the University of Washington and its wide range of projects and programming.

Portuguese Citizenship Sephardic

| March 9, 2016

Yoram Zara, Adv.

Sephardic Studies Material Arranged by Country of Origin

| March 3, 2016

Sephardic Studies Material Arranged by Country of Origin Remember the days of old, consider the years of many generations; ask your father, and he will show you; your elders, and they will tell you. -- Deuteronomy, 32:7 Note: The number in the brackets i.e. (75) indicates the number of persons listed in the associated table

Sephardic Haredim – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

| January 19, 2016

Sephardic Haredim are Jews of Sephardic and Mizrahi descent who are adherents of Haredi Judaism. Sephardic Haredim today constitute a significant stream of Haredi Judaism, alongside the Hassidim and Lita'im. An overwhelming majority of Sephardic Haredim reside in Israel, where Sephardic Haredi Judaism emerged and developed.

Sephardic Music: A Century of Recordings

| December 17, 2015

This website showcases over 100 years of recorded Sephardic music, from the 78 rpm era to the present. It first explores in detail the earliest Sephardic recordings, the artists that made them, and their repertory and performance practices. These early recordings tell a rich story of Sephardic musical life in the first half of the 20th century.

The Sephardic Music Festival – The Sephardic Music Festival …

| December 17, 2015

Volume 1 of SMFs fundraiser compilation series is a mix of traditional, dance, electro, hip hop, and folk songs from around the Sephardic world. Grammy-nominated artist Matisyahu combines a suite of Middle Eastern inspired hip hop riffs with a time-honored Yemenite chorus sung by Yehuda Solomon. Yasmin Levys impassioned song Mi Korasn (My Heart) emphasizes the under-appreciated romantic side of the Ladino language.


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