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The Blue City of Chefchaouen, Morocco

A pleasing blend of Moroccan and Andalusian influences, the Blue City of Chefchaouen is nestled in the Rif Mountains about two hours south of Tangier.  Named for the brilliant hue adorning most of its buildings (originally chosen by Sephardic Jews fleeing the Spanish Inquisition), the Blue City is undeniably one of the country’s prettiest.  471 more words


An insight into head covering for the Jewish

Judaism is one of the oldest religions existing in the world. People who follow them are known as Jews. They are almost 0.2 percent of the total world’s population. 255 more words

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Ari Afilalo - Top 3 Myths About Jews and Judaism

The myths are common in almost every race, religion or culture. Such myths are well known about Jews and Judaism. Some are that can make you laugh and some are too shocking. 191 more words

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Ari Afilalo- Crucial Facts Related To Jewish Study

The Jewish Studies Program allows students an energetic, interdisciplinary cluster of courses from Ancient Jewish History to Contemporary Multiculturalism. Ari Afilalo one of the famous writer has provide enormous facts regarding Jewish study. 174 more words

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Scrumptious Sephardic Jewish cuisine-Ari Afilalo

Sephardic Jews are known for their North African, Middle Eastern, and Central Asian descent. They arrived in the NYC by a boatload in 1654. With them, they brought the famed food menu. 136 more words

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Sephardic Jews and food customs- Ari Afilalo

Sephardic Jews are the large and diverse group of Jews who belong to the particular region of Spain, Middle East, Egypt, North Africa, Turkey and Italy. 163 more words

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A Brief Introduction To Sephardic Community

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The Sephardim are those who left Spain or Portugal after the 1492 expulsion. There are said to be the descendants of Jews. 107 more words

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