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Law to commemorate victims of the Inquisition submitted to the Knesset

MK Michal Cotler-Wunsh submits bill to make Nov. 1, the anniversary of the Spanish Inquisition, a day to remember the victims.

Law to commemorate victims of the Inquisition submitted

'What happened to Spain's Jews?'

Over 100 million people descended from forcibly converted Spanish Jews, says Reconectar organization, 1 in 4 US Latinos has Jewish ancestry.

'What happened to Spain's Jews?'

Spanish king honors Sephardic Jews

'How we have missed you,' Spain's King Felipe VI tells Sephardic Jewish representatives at historic royal palace meeting.

Spanish king honors Sephardic Jews expelled five centuries ago

Spanish Town "Camp Kill Jews" Changes Name

Tiny Spanish town reverts back to old name from early 17th century after mayor deems current name 'offensive.'

Spanish Town "Camp Kill Jews" Changes Name

Spanish Citizenship for Sephardim 'Legal Hell'

Attorney warns: historic move to allow Jews citizenship after the Spanish Inquisition is needlessly complex.

Spanish Citizenship for Sephardic Jews is 'Legal Hell'

The Next Exodus? New Mexico's Crypto-Jews Return

Communities in New Mexico and southern Colorado have found irrefutable evidence to say they are descended from Jews. What next?

The Next Exodus? New Mexico's Crypto-Jews Seek Liberationplayer

Spanish King Meets Jewish Leaders Over New Law

Spain set to pass law granting descendants of expelled Jews citizenship; US Jewish leaders meet king and political leaders.

Spanish King Meets Jewish Leaders Over New Law