This year, American Thanksgiving and the Ethiopian-Israeli Sigd Festival fall just one day apart.
Players for one of Brazil’s most popular soccer teams wore Stars of David on their jerseys on Wednesday to remember Kristallnacht, or the 1938 Nazi pogrom that most mark as the beginning of the Holocaust.
Torn between leaving or staying in chaos, Venezuelan Jews turn toward Spain
A review of Ilan Stavans' new book exploring Latin America's diverse Jewish community.
Zabulon Simentov has seen it all, and now, like all Afghans, he must embrace a future filled with uncertainty and violence.
Belgian Prime Minister Sophie Wilmes at her office in Brussels on Oct. 27, 2019. (Vincent Duterne/Getty Images)
This Sephardic language, also known as Judeo-Spanish, has a rich history and is more accessible than you think.
In his latest book, “The Seventh Heaven,” published earlier this month, the Mexico-born Stavans shares a travelogue of a trip through Jewish Latin America, a topic on which he has emerged as a leading expert in recent decades.
A recent call by a minister in Sudan's new government for Jewish people to return to the country and reclaim citizenship has shone a light on a small but once thriving community.