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On island getaway, Turkish Jews fight to keep their ancestral language alive.
“Ladino was something of a forbidden language at our home,” Vazana said. To her father, a Fes native, it represented the opposite of fitting into Israeli society, Noam Vazana explained.
"The idea isn't to absorb Ladino into modern Spanish, it's the opposite: to preserve it."
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