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Libya will allow Jews to visit homes JTA September 3, 2010 The Jewish Journal
Arab Jews: A Forgotten Exodus October 13, 2012 BBC World Service
As Berlusconi exits, new report shows rising anti-Semitism in Italy Ruth Ellen Gruber November 15, 2011 JTA
The Vanishing Jews of the Arab World Semha Alwaya March 6, 2005 The San Francisco Chronicle
Jews in Syria say life easier, but few are left Brooke Anderson June 28, 2009 San Francisco Chronicle
Family's Tale Recounts Libyan Jewish Dispersion Danielle Berrin November 29, 2007 JewishJournal.com
Loser in Alabama Vote Blames Jews, Says Black-jewish Relations May Suffer Larry Brook July 2, 2002 JTA
Ancient Tunisian Jewish community faces uncertain future Elizabeth Bryant June 20, 2016 Religion News
Eye on Future, French Group Works for Jewish Refugees from Arab Lands Philip Carmel September 24, 2004 JTA Email Edition
The Last Jews Of Tunisia Daniella Cheslow n/a Radio Free Europe Radio Liberty
Finding my wild Sephardi voice Jessica Duchen June 9, 2016 The Jewish Chronicle Online
Just a few hotheads, Mr Willetts? Marcus Dysch November 11, 2011 TheJC.com
Just a few hotheads, Mr Willetts? Marcus Dysch November 11, 2011 TheJC.com
Study Finds Genetic Connection Between Indian Bene Israel and Middle Eastern Jews Ido Efrati April 11, 2016 Haaretz
Bsisa: A Tasty Women's Tradition To Begin The Passover Season Adam Eilath & Tamar Zaken and Tamar Zaken April 6, 2016 MyJewishLearning: Jewish& Blog
Sephardic Hanukkah Traditions Adam Eliath December 16, 2014 My Jewish Learning
'Nappy Hair' author Carolivia Herron speaks at Roanoke College Sheila Ellis March 22, 2011 roanoke.com
Tunisia: the first Arab revolution Mona Eltahawy January 16, 2011 www.guardian.co.uk
Tunisia: the first Arab revolution Mona Eltahawy January 16, 2011 guardian.co.uk
Dictionary of Sephardic Surnames Guilherme Faiguenboim, Paulo Valdares, and Anna Rosa Campagnano January 1, 2004 Sao Paolo: Editora Fraiha

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