And their literary history.
Yet these countries may get them from their rightful owners.
From Independence Day celebrations to Eurovision.
Of shlukh and shlokh.
Speaking haughtily about peace and human rights while disdaining Mizraḥim.
The diary of a Tunisian Jew.
Tantamount to returning stolen treasure to a thief.
Eurocentrism and confusion about the holy.
The Jews of Djerba.
A proposed agreement would honor Libyan claims to historic Jewish objects.
A businessman and child of Moroccan immigrants is a sharp break from the socialist past.
A lesson for those who claim a distinction between “anti-Israel” and “anti-Jewish.”
The Homer of Lod.