Moïse Rahmani August 29, 1944 – September 18, 2016 was a Belgian Sephardic author, editor, and publisher of Los Muestros Ladino-French-English language magazine
- 1 Biography
- 2 Death
- 3 Works
- 4 Legacy
- 5 See also
- 6 References
- 7 External links
Rahmani was born in Cairo, Egypt into a Jewish family His Jewish paternal grandmother was from Rhodes He grew up in the Heliopolis district
In 1956, at the age of 12, he and his family left for the then Belgian Congo, where a Greek-Sephardic Jewish community already existed His family emigrated during the Congo Crisis of 1960–1966
A resident of Belgium since 1980, Rahmani worked as a diamond dealer
In 1990, he founded the Institut Sefarade European and launched the quarterly review Los Muestros “Our Kin”, which published news of Sephardic communities around the world The review published in three languages–French, English, and Ladino–as testified by its three-language subtitle: "La voix des Séphardes," "The Sephardic Voice," and "La boz de los Sefardim"
Los Muertos ceased publication in 2015 due to a combinations of Rahmani's fatigue, declining health, and finances
Rahmani died on September 18, 2016, in Brussels after a long illness
His funeral was held at the Cimetière de Wezembeek-Oppem on September 22, 2016
Rahmani researched and wrote numerous publications on the Jewish community of the Belgian Congo Many Jewish families left their ancestral homes of Rhodes in the early 20th century and immigrated to various part of the world, including the Belgian Congo
He wrote in three languages He published the following books in French:
- Rhodes, un pan de notre mémoire 2000: homage to the birthplace of his paternal grandmother on the Aegean Island of Rhodes
- Shalom Bwana, la saga des Juifs du Congo 2002
- Les Juifs du soleil, portraits de Sépharades de Belgique 2002
- L’Exode oublié, Juifs des pays arabes 2003
- La Réponse de Noa 2003
- Lettre à un frère 2007
- Juifs du Congo La Confiance et l’Espoir 2007
- Tu choisiras le rire 2008
- 14 ans, 4 mois, 6 jours 2009
- Juifs en terre d’Islam, une minorité opprimée 2009
- Une pierre pour l’éternité 2010
- Rodi, una parte della nostra memoria 2012
In 2014, King Felipe VI of Spain sent personal wishes for the 25th anniversary of Los Muestros
In 2015, Rahmani said of his own concept of Convivencia, "In my ideal community, I would no longer be amazed if the head of the Hebrew State visits an Arab country, nor if one of his counterparts visits Israel"
In September 2016, the Centre Communautaire Laïc Juif David Susskind remembered Rahman as a "pillar of the Sephardic community in Brussels, the Jews of Rhodes and memory of Congo" "Pilier de la communauté sépharade de Bruxelles, mémoire des Juifs de Rhodes et du Congo"
- La Convivencia
- Alhambra Decree
- Sephardic Jews
- ^ a b "Los Muestros" Institut Sefarade Europeen Retrieved 20 September 2016
- ^ JUIFS ET CHRETIENS EN TERRE D'ISLAM de Jean A Neyroud wwwsefaradorg/p=1560 "22 mai 2010 – Depuis 1980, Moïse Rahmani réside en Belgique Il anime une émission à Radio Judaïca, milite pour les organisations sépharades, fonde le "
- ^ a b c d "Fallecimiento del Sr Moise Rahmani" eSefarad 19 September 2016 Retrieved 19 September 2016
- ^ a b c d e f "Moïse Rahmani nous a quittés" Centre Communautaire Laïc Juif David Susskind 18 September 2016 Retrieved 19 September 2016
- ^ a b c "Funérailles de M Moïse Rahmani" Institut Sefarade Europeen 19 September 2016 Retrieved 19 September 2016
- ^ a b c Dassa, Clément 18 September 2016 "Hommage à Moïse Rahmani par Clément Dassa" Institut Sefarade Europeen Retrieved 19 September 2016
- ^ a b c d e f S, Asher 1 October 2015 "Moise Rahmani: a quest for lost convivencia" Classroom Globe Retrieved 19 September 2016
- ^ S, Asher 24 September 2015 "Welcome back: Spain ends Jews' 500-Year exile" Classroom Globe Retrieved 19 September 2016
- ^ Archived 2005-09-21 at the Wayback Machine
- ^ Los Muestros magazine 1999 "L'ouvrage de Moïse Rahmani sur l'histoire juive de Rhodes est passionnant à plus d'un titre The aulhor was born in Cairo, descending partly from a Rhodes family who emigrated to Egypt at the end of the nineteenth century "
- ^ Egyptian Jewry: guide to Egyptian Jewry in the mid-fifties Victor D Sanua, International Association of Jews from Egypt - 2005 "5 Remarks by Moise Rahmani on His Departure from Cairo and the Nostalgia over leaving Egypt Moise Rahmani remembers vividly the blackouts and the deafening sirens in Cairo during the first Israeli war It was assumed that Israeli "
- ^ La lettre sépharade magazine 2005 "Moise Rahmani, discussing the ISRAEL family and the 1840 blood libel in his book Rhodes, un pan de notre Mémoire Les Editions "
- ^ Avotaynu: the international review of Jewish genealogy: 12 1996 "In this issue is a summary of a talk given to the Cercle by Moise Rahmani, founder of the Sephardic review Los Muestros 66, In 1956, Rahmani's family left Cairo for the Congo, where a "Jewish Rhodes" was recreated"
- "Moïse Rahmani" Sefarad Retrieved 19 September 2016
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