There are numerous impressive Mizrahi intellectuals, who express radical positions of various political shades, and who share the anger and rage about the continuing discrimination against Mizrahim.
Come election years, the “ethnic genie” always manages to jump from the back seat into the front.
What do they want from these elites and their descendants? To repent, to stop hoping that the Mizrahim will change their right-wing belief systems and traditional ways.
Unfortunately, all of this ended in the 20th century, when its Jews, and the Jews of the entire Arab world fled or were expelled from their homes and communities.
Many Israelis took to social media to express their frustration over the change, which some derided as unnecessary political correctness that ruined a classic Israeli tune.
The court overturned a decision from May 2018 by the anti-trust authority, who rejected the deal saying the disappearance of Union Bank as a competitor likely would harm competition.
In the first half of the 20th century, almost 900,000 Jews lived in Arab countries, whereas today there exists no more than a few thousand.
Matar endorsed the idea conceived by Mahmoud Abbas that there should be an "Arab Keren Hayesod."
Hill’s latest excoriation of Israel, posted to his 90,000 followers, followed Hen Mazzig’s argument that Israel is not a country of “privileged and powerful white Europeans.”
Ladino and all that it embodies are part and parcel of our people’s long and winding journey on the historical stage.