The president of the association Be Sepharad-Legado Sefardí, Pepa Rull, said that the Jews have contributed much to the history of Spain and its culture. In order to understand this fact, "we must review the history they have told us, because it is impossible to understand Spanish history without understanding that of the Jews." "It… Continue reading “Qualitavely Jews are not a minority”
The Sefardi Cultural Center is designed to recover the production of the great Intellectuals until the fifteenth century, but also the work of the heirs of the Sephardic diaspora. This space "does not want to recover the footprint of the Spanish Jews, but the legacy of the Spaniards of Jewish religion, "explained Wednesday the editor and… Continue reading Malaga will have more than two years with a museum devoted to Spanish Jewish thought.
In 1912, during the Olympic Games in Stockholm, the adolescent Yosef Yekutieli, of Belarusian origin but emigrated to Palestine, had a vision: Jews needed their own Olympics. For years it called innumerable doors and collided with so many obstacles. In 1921 he created the Macabi International Union, a sports organization that pays homage to Judas… Continue reading Macabiah: The Zionist Olympics
More than 200 French Jews arrived on Monday from Israel on a special flight from Paris, which is the largest number of new olim (those that ascend to Israel) from Europe and anywhere in the world this summer. Among them there are 74 minors. The youngest, who travels with his parents and brothers, is two… Continue reading From Champs Elysee to Ben Yehuda