Ben Judah is the author of This is London and a regular JC columnist.
We must stop ignoring Israel’s Mizrahi writers
There is more than one Israeli story, says Ben Judah
What futuristic American dreams are made of
What does the future hold for the Jews of America, asks Ben Judah
Sephardis and Mizrahis must stand up for tradition
Dominating over Orthodox Judaism is a yeshiva system that is structurally, culturally and halachically Ashkenazi
Cult of Bibi is damaging
How would Washington Zionism cope with an Israel without Bibi? Ben Judah thinks it could have a positive outcome.
Don’t forget our heroes
Sephardic Jews are not without heroes. Ignoring them leaves us poorer, writes Ben Judah
Attacks on Dweck betray the spirit of Maimonides
Those wanting to silence Rabbi Dweck want the Jews of the Spanish and Portuguese Congregation to be silent too.
Judaism, Middle Eastern again
We tell Jewish history as Ashkenazi first - but in its grandest sweep it is a Sephardi and Mizrahi story, as Ben Judah writes.
Front’s rise to front-runners
Ben Judah's own family history has made him watch the French elections in horror.
Converts are part of us —
at all levels
There is nothing to be ashamed of in our past. The time of trembling is over: we can be proud of how complex we really are, writes Ben Judah
The last of our synagogues
Our writer returns to his roots in India
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