We are one nation, one family. All things pass and yet we remain
Our sufferings have been unspeakable and innumerable, and again there are people who call for our destruction. But we must stand tall as members of our great nation. We are Israel
The Jewish composer whose music draws on his Sephardi roots
Thomas Adès explains why his latest piece for the Royal Opera House speaks to his heritage
Rabbi of S&P Sephardi Community’s biggest synagogue in Maida Vale moves to Holland Park
Dayan Daniel Kada, who has been at Lauderdale Road for two years, will take up new position towards the end of 2023
Exhuming remains of 7,000 Sephardi Jews was ‘contravention of Jewish law'
Calls for a memorial to be built for those whose bodies were dug up from East End cemetery and reburied in unmarked mass graves
Jobs slashed at S & P Sephardi Community head office in bid to make savings of £250,000
A number of positions have already been made redundant
The coronation smalltalk? It was in Aramaic, reveals rabbi Dweck
The Senior Rabbi of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews’ Congregation, Britain’s oldest Jewish community, described the mood as 'buoyant and joyful'
Change at the top as Sephardi community pick new leader
Daniel Sacerdoti chosen as parnas presidente after Alan Mendoza voted out
Yasmin Levy on the sadness behind her music
The Israeli singer, who plays a rare London concert this week, talks of the Sephardi roots that inspire her, and the sorrow that underpins her songwriting
Sephardi Kashrut Authority publishes list of products that don't require Pesach certification
The list includes many everyday staples and the move is partly designed to help those struggling with living costs
Naima pupils sing in tribute to their late founder, Rabbi Abraham Levy
School performs song written by teacher in memory of their principal at memorial events
Sephardi lessons of moderation and balance are precious today
For the Rabbis of Sefarad, the Torah was always a guide to the world. Not, as it became for the embattled Rabbis of Ashkenaz, a wall against it
Obituary: Rabbi Abraham Levy
Exemplar of Western Sephardi tradition, widely admired for his tolerance, non-coercive approach and educational vision
King pays tribute to Rabbi Abraham Levy for his 'message of tolerance'
Charles offers his condolences to the Sephardi community, saying the rabbi would be 'profoundly missed'
Limmud mourns leading British Sephardi rabbi, Dr Abraham Levy
His successor, Rabbi Joseph Dweck, leads tribute to 'towering figure' whose death is loss to all Anglo-Jewry
Egalitarian Sephardi siddur’s new edition
The team behind the the first egalitarian Sephardi siddur has produced a companion volume for use on Shabbat
We were arguing in 1841 — and happily, the broiges is still going
But it is fair to say that overall Judaism in Britain today is more self-assured and vibrant than at any previous stage in our history