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  • Sephardi Jews — akitía was subjected to pervasive, massive influence from Modern Standard Spanish and most Moroccan Jews now speak a colloquial, Andalusian form of Spanish, with only an occasional use of the old language as a sign of in group solidarity,… …   Wikipedia

  • Jews of Bilad el-Sudan — Jews of the Bilad al Sudan (hebrew|אַהַל יַהוּדּ בִּלַדּ אַל סוּדָּן, Judeo Arabic) describes West African Jewish communities who were connected to known Jewish communities from the Middle East, North Africa, or Spain and Portugal. Various… …   Wikipedia

  • Sephardi Hebrew — is the pronunciation system for Biblical Hebrew favored for liturgical use by Sephardi Jewish practice. Its phonology was influenced by contact languages such as Ladino, Portuguese, Dutch and Arabic. Phonology of Sephardi Hebrew There is some… …   Wikipedia

  • Sephardi — [sə fär′dē, səfär΄dē′] n. pl. Sephardim [sə fär′dim, səfär΄dēm′] 〚Heb sefaradi, after sefarad, a region mentioned in Ob. 20, often identified with Spain, but prob. orig. an area in Asia Minor〛 1. a member of the group of Jews that lived in Spain… …   Universalium

  • Jews for Jesus — is a Christian [ * During my time with the mission, I found Jews for Jesus to be a Christian ministry (or Messianic, if you prefer) with a passion for the good news about Jesus... Pastor Lev Leigh. Hope Baptist Church. Richmond, CA (… …   Wikipedia

  • JEWS' COLLEGE — JEWS COLLEGE, rabbinical seminary in London. Jews College was founded in 1855 by the Ashkenazi chief rabbi, nathan marcus adler (but with support from the Sephardi community). It had two objectives: to train English speaking ministers and laymen… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Sephardi — [sə fär′dē, səfär΄dē′] n. pl. Sephardim [sə fär′dim, səfär΄dēm′] [Heb sefaradi, after sefarad, a region mentioned in Ob. 20, often identified with Spain, but prob. orig. an area in Asia Minor] 1. a member of the group of Jews that lived in Spain… …   English World dictionary

  • Jews and Judaism in the African diaspora — The Jewish people have had a long history in Africa, dating to the Biblical era. As the African diaspora grew, because of the movement of Africans and their descendants throughout the world, African Jews were part of that diaspora. In addition,… …   Wikipedia

  • Jews in the Middle Ages — Part of a series of articles on Jews and Judaism …   Wikipedia

  • Sephardi Torah Guardians — (SHAS)    A political party established by individuals of Sephardic (see ORIENTAL JEWS) background who split from Agudat Israel and first contested the 1984 Knesset election. While ideologically close to Agudat Israel positions, the founders of… …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

  • Sephardi — noun (plural Sephardim) Etymology: Late Hebrew sĕphāradhī, from sĕphāradh Spain, from Hebrew, region where Jews were once exiled (Obadiah 1:20) Date: 1851 a member of the occidental branch of European Jews settling in Spain and Portugal and later …   New Collegiate Dictionary