Meet José Faur.
The few dozen who remain now live in secrecy.
How Yamma made Psalm 104 a runaway hit.
The real issue is the Ashkenazi-Sephardi divide.
The late Tunisian-Jewish intellectual wonders if he is a traitor.
Virtual visits to the synagogues of Damascus, Aleppo, and Tripoli.
The noted author and political thinker drops by our studio to talk about his other passion: Israeli music and the ways it has shaped the country.
Israel’s Mizraḥi Rihanna.
The majority of Israeli Jews, Lyn Julius points out in her book Uprooted, are not new to the Middle East—they were moved from one part of it to another.
Four-million dollars is a small price to pay for ethnic cleansing.
In 1960s Israel, Arabic-speaking Jews were invaluable as spies for their new country. In normal life, they were marginalized.
The journalist and author joins us to talk about Israel as a Mizraḥi nation.