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American Sephardi Federation Hits:912
Description:Information about the projects, events, and membership benefits of this umbrella organization representing 25 American Sephardic groups. The current issue of their online newsletter, Sephardic Today, is also available. THIS IS AN UPDATED URL.
Submitted On:2003-01-01

Association International Nebi Daniel Hits:810
Description:This organization is devoted to the preservation of the heritage of the Jews of Egypt. The website in English, French and Portuguese provides information about the community registers, synagogues, cemeteries, documents and artifacts of the Egyptian Jewish community as well as a set of relevant links.
Submitted On:2013-01-24

Community of Turkish Jews in Israel Hits:405
Description:This Hebrew language site provides information about and for Turks living in Israel. It has a collection of relevant links and a number of Powerpoint presentations.
Submitted On:2009-03-23

Couscous Hits:699
Description:This Hebrew language site is dedicated to the preservation of Jewish traditions of Morocco. The site features the history, customs, sayings, food, and holiday traditions of Moroccan Jews.
Submitted On:2005-10-12

Diarna: Mapping Mizrahi Heritage Hits:282
Description:“Diarna, “Our Homes” in Judeo-Arabic, is a project dedicated to virtually preserving Mizrahi (“Eastern”) Jewish history through the lens of physical location. Satellite imagery, photographs, videos, oral history, and even three-dimensional models offer a unique digital window onto sites and communities disappearing before our very eyes.” The site in English, French, Hebrew and Arabic includes video tours and 3-D reconstructions of Jewish sites in the Middle East.
Submitted On:2010-12-17

Digitized Ladino Library Hits:253
Description:Part of the Sephardi Studies Project at Stanford University, this website includes representative samples of writings in various Judeo languages of the Sephardim over the ages, starting with Ladino.
Submitted On:2012-01-09

European Sephardic Institute Hits:992
Description:In English, Spanish, and French, this searchable site has areas about the groups goals and membership along with links to their hosted publications, the Sephardic world on the Internet, Israel, and the Jewish communities of Belgium. Social announcements, a discussion forum, and a guestbook are also available. You can sign up to be part of the groups listserv as well.
Submitted On:2002-04-22

Foundation for the Advancement of Sepharidic Studies and Culture Hits:584
Description:This site details the history, mission, and publications of the foundation and offers full text papers on Sephardic studies along with an introduction to Judeo-Spanish (Ladino) with audio examples. The site also features a large section on Sephardic geneaology.
Submitted On:2004-08-20

Haquetía: Judeo-Spanish Vernacular of Northern Morocco Hits:251
Description:This site in English and Spanish is “the place to explore the Judeo-Spanish vernacular of Northern Morocco, and the history and culture of the Moroccan Jewry.” There are full text articles in English, Hebrew and Spanish, as well as photographs, music and recipes.
Submitted On:2012-01-09

Harif: The Association of Jews from the Middle East and North Africa Hits:263
Description:“HARIF is a UK association representing Jews from North Africa and the Middle East, and dedicated to promoting their history, culture and heritage.” The site provides a list of videos and some relevant links.
Submitted On:2012-11-26

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