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Sephardic Horizons, a free, on-line journal, was founded in 2009 by the late Jacques Roumani and Judith Roumani. The journal follows the views of Daniel Elazar, who in his book The Other Jews refers to the common origins in Babylonian Nusach, Halakhah, and Minhag before the Iberian “interlude.” Thus, Arabic-speaking Jews are also included as Sephardim. The idea for the journal grew out of the vijita de Alhad of the Washington DC area, a fairly close-knit group, originally founded by the late Flory Jagoda. Sephardic Horizons tries to appeal to both academics and non-academics. Anyone, in any country, can read, download, and print our articles for themselves. The current and back issues of Sephardic Horizons can be found at Readers can also subscribe via the website.