Paradise Lost - An Iraqi Jewish Story
interview with Tamara Ruben
From Baghdad To Queens: An Iraqi Community Remembers
A Jewish writer from Queens shares his connection to the Baghdadi Jewish community
Manhattan’s Only Vineyard Creeps Up an Upper East Side Brownstone
The backyard was going to be Mrs. Jiji’s kingdom, but in 1977, when his wife wasn’t looking, Jiji planted a vine in one little corner that he bought from the local nursery. “By the time she noticed it, it had already taken over,” he says.
Why does Holocaust Remembrance Day ignore Middle Eastern Jews?
When I asked my Iraqi grandmother why the Holocaust is significant to us, she answered, “It is a horrible thing that happened to the Ashkenazim,” and that we are one family; we are all Jews.
Iraq's Unsung Jewish Airforce Hero
A Jew appointed head of Iraq’s Air Force? Unlikely as it may sound, it almost became a reality.
Growing Up Jewish in Modern Baghdad
Celebrating Nowruz as a model for hope and change.
'I Left Iraq but Iraq Never Left Me': Jewish Exiles Finally Begin to Tell Their Story
Sephardi Voices, an audiovisual documentary project, aims to retell the story of Jewish civilization to include 'the richness of Sephardi Jews'
Celebrating Passover Around the World
According to legend, at Passover Elijah the Prophet visits every Seder table around the world.