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Aki Yerushalayim

Aki Yerushalayim (; meaning "Here Jerusalem") is a magazine in Ladino language published 2-3 times a year from Israel.

It is currently the main newspaper published in this language, together with the newspaper Şalom, published in Turkey. The aim of Aki Yerushalayim is to ensure the preservation and diffusion of the Ladino language and the Sephardic culture. The newspaper is jointly published by the Sefarad Association and the Autoridad Nasionala del Ladino, the Ladino-language regulator.

Its director is Moshe Shaul. The weekly has an online edition as well.

External links

  • Aki Yerushalayim web site
  • The National Authority for Ladino web site
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