Poesia Sefardita. This is the Spanish version. This poetry book is written by Barzilai Kellajer, a grandchild of crypto Jews. A few years ago he found out he had Jewish heritage and it changed his life. He has been moved greatly by this experience of being in the Jewish Awakening. He enjoys writing poetry about Sephardic history and his unique interpretation of his new true identity.
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“This fascinating book by gifted writer and storyteller Shalach Manot reflects on the life of an unusual Sephardic man, his childhood in Turkey, and later, his adaptation to life in America. We follow his adventures and come away with a deeper appreciation and understanding of the Sephardic immigrant experience during the 20th century.” — Marc D. Angel
This poem picture book was written and designed for the people in the Jewish Awakening, who consist of many religions. 1 of the 7 poems in this book is about the time that Barzilai went inside a Spanish Catholic Church where he confronted the church stones and Gd about the Spanish Inquistion. The Jewish Awakening is a wave of people who find out they have Jewish heritage.
Este libro de poemas ilustrado ha sido escrito y diseñado como un poema dedicado a todas aquellas personas pertenecientes al Despertar Judío y que todavía son miembros de otras religiones. Este poema hace especial énfasis en las personas Criptojudías y en sus descendientes.Mi nombre es Liviya Hansen. Yo he escrito este poema y formo parte del Despertar Judío.
Ever since his novel, The Search Committee, I have been waiting anxiously for Rabbi Marc D. Angel's next work of fiction. The short story collection The Crown of Solomon and Other Stories was worth the wait! A unique and moving collection that allows the reader insight into Sephardic Jewry's rich heritage." — Naomi Ragen, Author of The Sister's Weiss and the Ghost of Hannah Mendes
A collection of stories based on author Joseph Sutton's Syrian Jewish background. The title story is about a Jewish immigrant from Syria who wants his American-born son Jake to follow the business and marriage path taken by him and his ancestors, except Jake shows the true calling of America by blazing his own trail. Come and enjoy Jake Massry's Syrian Jewish experiences from boyhood to manhood.