From Poland to Uruguay: Jewish Identity in Pictures

Tali Farkash, ynet news, 08/18/2017

At a time when Jewish identity has become a source of anti-Semitic and political persecution around the world, 100 teenagers from three different continents participate in a photo competition with pictures reflecting their connection to the Jewish people. The result is a beautiful exhibition of 25 selected projects displayed at the Beit Hatfutsot museum in Tel Aviv.

Mimouna: Taking the End of Passover to Whole New Level

Team Be'chol Lashon, Jewish&, 04/25/2016

After the internal focus on the Jewish experience of the Exodus, Mimouna celebrations were community affairs with families opening the doors to friends and neighbors.

Bsisa: A Tasty Women's Tradition To Begin The Passover Season

Adam Eilath and Tamar Zaken, Jewish&, 04/06/2016

What is the best way to usher in the Passover season? Not with handwringing and housecleaning, but with celebration, blessing and sweet joy!

Mizrahi Artists Are Here to Incite a Culture War

Ayelet Tsabari, Forward, 03/16/2016

A poetry event called Ars Poetica, consisting of typically marginalized poets in Israeli society, has become both the best party in town and the most significant cultural phenomenon in Israel today.

Sephardic Hanukkah Traditions

Adam Eilath, Jewish&, 12/16/2014

As a Jew with North African roots, I have always felt that my culture's rich and diverse traditions set me apart from my peers and classmates.

The Day the Rabbi Disappeared: Jewish Holiday Tales of Magic

Howard Schwartz, Viking Juvenile, 07/01/2000

Provides readers with a collection of twelve tales that tie fantasty and magic to major Jewish holidays, such as Yom Kippur, Rosh Hashanah, and Passover.

The Yemenite Baby Affair: What if this was your child?

Shoshana Mamoni-Gerber, +972, 07/11/2013

A well-known Israeli journalist casts doubt on one of the most tragic affairs in the country’s history: the alleged kidnapping of thousands of Yemenite babies between the years 1948 to 1954. Now, one prominent scholar asks why journalists are siding with the state’s narrative, rather than using their power to expose what may be hiding from the Israeli public.

Reflections By An Arab Jew

Ella Habiba Shohat, The American Muslim, 03/07/2013

The Mizrahi Jewish "refugee" problem

Zachary Smith, The daily beast, 01/10/2013

When the Arab Jews Fled

Lucette Lagnado, The Wall Street Journal, 10/12/2012

Jason Guberman-Pfeffer, Illuminating Mizrachi history

Helen Chernikoff, The Jewish Week, 05/22/2012

Passover Recipes from JIMENA

JIMENA, JIMENA, 04/04/2012

The Unlikely Emissary

Sarah Breger, Moment Magazine, 03/29/2011

Sephardi Genealogy Comes of Age

Schelly Talalay Dardashti, The Jerusalem Post, 01/27/2008

Mixed marriages lose stigma among Iranians

Karmel Melamed, Jewish Journal.com, 12/14/2007