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that 1492 is not a good time for other people. For one thing at the same time Colombus was sailing, The Jews were expelled from Spain and Portugal, North Africans and Muslims were expelled, many tortured. Jews who fled Spain and still wish to maintain their traditions often converted but practiced in secret and developed a dialect which called Ladino, a Spanish inflected Hebrew.”
said Mrs. Lois J. Reitzes, the host
of the popular morning program ‘Second Cup Concert’ in the WABE (90.1 FM), in her opening speech of the Ladino Exhibition of the IDEA Society in March, 2012.
The IDEA Society presented twenty photographic images of Ladino community who have been living in the Turkey for over 500 years. When the Jews were threatened to surrender Spain in the 15th century, they settled in the either Netherlands or
the Ottoman Empire upon the invitation of Ottoman Sultan Mehmet II. This was the beginning of the Ladino community in the Turkey.
After lovely and touching speech, reception took place in Dawg Pen, Tate Center. The reception was
well-attended by UGA faculty members, students, and Athens Jewish community. Exhibition was displayed for 3 weeks. We would like to thank to The Quincentenial Foundation Museum of Turkish Jews and Istanbul Center for their help to bring this fascinating exhibition
to the UGA.