On the death of Rachel Muyal, doyenne of Moroccan Jewry
My great-grandmother Mimi lost her mind from too much memory and found it at the rabbi’s grave. To cure her, my grandfather, just a boy, carried her weight on his shoulders two hours each way in the desert.
What else keeps the Jewish-Moroccan relationship alive?
At the Met’s blockbuster show opening this weekend in New York, the French painter’s ethnographic and orientalizing gaze on a precarious people
Once a month in Caracas, Estrella Benmaman turns her home into a restaurant, putting a new spin on her Fez-born grandmother’s recipes
‘Recipes for food she had, but not so much recipes for life. But her cooking. Her cooking was the flawless creation that she wasn’t’
From chicken fritters to honey-drizzled fried dough, a Moroccan menu gives the holiday a unique flavor
Mimouna, a group which teaches students about Moroccan Jewry, visits NYC
Report lists anti-Semitic incidents outside the U.S. during Gaza operation
From Paris to Benghazi to Dhaka to Kiev, France’s most prominent, and tireless, public philosopher is also its de facto statesman
After discovering the extensive Rabat Geniza, scholars digitized the archives
Members of the Mimouna Club have made it their mission to learn about Jews and Jewish life as a way of learning about themselves
Keren Cytter becomes lightning rod in country’s debate over Israel
Lonely Planet names Rynek Głowny most beautiful square
‘Risalat New York,’ the Arab world’s only non-Israeli Jewish-hosted radio show, offers perspective from Brooklyn
David Nahmias keeps a family tradition alive by making mahia, a Moroccan fig brandy, in America
The disease has spread and it looks like global chicken pox
Moroccan novelist Abdellah Taïa confronts the challenges of gay life in the Mideast in An Arab Melancholia
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